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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: February 25, 1892
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00055765:00221
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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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Proprietors. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., FEBRUARY 25, 1892. whole .No. 1203 Vol. IV, No.8.


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AGENTS WHITE DIAMOND
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FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE: ro
: Has proved to be the earliest and finest grape in Florida,being fully two weeks earlier than Niagara =:
57 CHATHAM ST., BOSTON. All the white Diamond grape vines we offer for !sale have been grown and will be shipped
'toY direct by the Diamond White Grape Company. of Rochester, N. Y. They are guaranteed to be \
on Price application.Catalogues of weekly sales furnished strong, healthy two-year-old vines and our prices for the same are as follows: A.r.citm\ .

FOR CASH, $22 PER 100 or$200 PER 1OOO.OX .
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BROS., Send for price list and descriptive pamphlet, giving terms for vineyard planting on time. Address o --
BARNETT AGENTS E. DUrJOIS BOX ,.182, Tallahassee, Fla. General Agent Diamond White 1-4 .
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Grape Company for Florida and Georgia.Also .
FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGF. full!stock of Niagara Delaware, Ives,Cynthiana, Norton,Chassellas, Black Hamburg and o c J
all other leading and new varieties ofgrape vines,nat ve and foreign. Q _____ aq
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"PALMER return, Stench RIVENBURG is Wroth on WLratrnnt application&. t"h'-wr co., NEW BEANS NEW PRICES And Building Material.

J 1 SUCCESSORS TO ( IIAnL" tON, s. c.

G. S. PALMER We now have in stock an extra fine lot of crop of 1891 beans at following prices:
166 Meade Street,Sew York. s
Peck. Bu. Peck. Bu BENTON&UPSONJACKSONVILLE
I. SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY. Hastings Excelsior Refugee.......... 81-50 $5.00 Improved en Wax...............0 1.50 5.50
Oranges. Lemons!, Pineapples, nnd all other Improved Round Pod Refugee ....... 1.25 4.50,Wardwell's Kidney Wax............. 1.50 5.50
Fruits and early truck, also dried fruits,nuts, Improved Red Valentine.......... % 1.25 4.25 Flageolet Wax........................ 1.60 5.75 FLA.,
furs etc. Improved Extra Early RedValentine, 1.40 s-ooj I
"- .. All consignments promptly remitted for. Stencil
.. *and market reports furnished free. H. G. HASTINGS & CO., Interlachen, Fla.Our .
References: Bradstreets,and established mer-
chants and banks of the South. 4O-page catalogue with revised price-list free on application. IRRIGATING

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AMERICAN 1 EXOTIC NURSERIES. WE MAKE THEM 3

WHAT ARE THEY
JVVir, Hare nntt .111'IIIt I'lant of llrery MACHINERY

])eaerlltion; The Ventilated'Fruit Carriers.FOR )

Palms, Orchids, eacH and Bamboos Virginia BOTH

Shade and ornameat-trees and shrubs!' for Southern -
STRAWBERRIES PEACHES AND PLUMS.
EARLY TOMATOES ,
4 lawn"andgard Choice exotic plants
j for the greenhouse or conservatory. No. 41-6 Baskets, three-quarter Bushel. No. 34-16-quart gift crate STEAM z HORSE POVERI%
ORANGE Bushel. No. ..
f AND LEMON TREES No. 42-4 one-hall 36-32- ,
k in all the leading varieties,budded from bearing NO.56-2" it u No. 30-32Standard crate.
i. trees on our own grounds and guaranteed -
" true to name. Send for catalogues prices and samples.

Fruits.All the Our New 88 page: and Illustrated Desirable and Descriptive Tropical!; SOUTH SIDE MFG. CO., Petersburg, Va. PIPE, PIPE FITTING, BRASS

Catalogue for 1892 tells all about these things,and s: ",
is sent free to applicant Address -
" R. D. HOYT, Manager, ESTABLISHED; 1879. VALVE, HOSE ETC.
_Seven Oaks, Fla.POULTRY .
R. M. BURROWS & CO., Write for Estimates.

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FRUIT AND PRODUCE PEARS FOR PROFIT IN THE SOUlH

t. I COIOIISIONT fflUEKCHAWTS, ILLUSTRATED LI-T FREE.Jennings .

I Nursery Co., Tbotun.
64 tt 66 PROSPECT ST., Cleveland, O. yule, .. ...R.
I -We are not connected in any way with any so-c+lied Fruit Auction House. Only actual selling
pricestlici than
Trade Mark. II Wm. Edwards & Co.. Wholesale Grocers; Childs, Groff& Co., Wholesale Boots & Shoes; Brad- any. rarlrtvte tcdattbe
: B LLI8' CANNED MEAT FOR POULTRY streets'and R. G. Dun &Co.'s Mercantile Agencies; "Ohio Farmer,"Cleveland. G !: G1 +' Agrlrn't'l Ex.r Ground*
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Will Make Chickens Growl! Southernmost Florist Establishment in U. S. Jtpto"teu.ter. tvrrtt TlJfllulyR'hpe and de
AND GOOD FOR MOULTING FoWLS. AA 't, that ranks first both tnearllnns
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meat carefully : Tine sealed wills
. cooked,ground fine,seasoned _and hermetically ESTABLISHED 1883.n 's'n""" ,- t.ur rlrt sealed In 8-lb cans Being ground fine,It Rare new fruits;Shrubbery;Ornamental plants-Palms,Orchids,Fern*, .. ........IU.... Informal nark ton.labH.Agent end;wanted' lorr
... s. can be readily mixed with soft food,and fed l Bamboos,Cactus,Conifers,Aquatics. Stock safely shipped over the whole 11neanu SrEP" ww ..utis. caoaao.C&.
so as to give each fowl an equal share. Pric } world. Fine illustrated catalogue of 100 pages sent on receipt of loc. Clean,

80cts per can; $3 per doz. Address HOLLIB o S a' healthy stock. Low prices.

DRESSEt* MEAT &: WOOL CO., 20 North '..L'oItE4SONEIt BROS., Oneco, Fla. jjFENCINQW1RE !! ?

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NUT TREES.

t. CHESTNUTS-Japan Mammoth and GLEN ST. MiRY NURSERIES.

4 Giant Parry's.Japan Walnuts.Japan GollenRlJ8set. t
Idaho aud Keiflcr Pear!" EleagnnsLonfcipes
_ Hardy Oranges and:other valuable Ten acres devoted to testing new*varieties. Thirty acres in orchards. One quarter of a million
.('' noveldts. Small Fruits, Grape etc.. Fruit, ((250. 00))nursery trees of the finest tested varieties. Our new catalogue for 189192' is the most com-
t Shade and Nut trees. Ornamental Shrubs,Vines, prehensive we have ever issued and will be mailed. free on application. Address
eta Illustrative free. '
Descriptive>WILLIAM Catalogue PARRY >G. L. TABER :-: Glen St. Mary Fla. RABBIT & POULTRY FENCI G.,
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Is the most effective compound vet discovered for destroying the insects infesting the orange tree, and is sovereign remedyfor .

f the various forms of fund on trees and plants. Being; free from all substances of a caustic, corrosive or poisonous nature it can j. ;

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

This insecticide has been used by some of the largest orange rowers in the State durino- the past two years, and has riven

oerfect satisfaction. References furnished on application.FOR .

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

for the Rust Mite twice month through the season. Where labor constitutes the principal item of expense in spraying trees it is better-

and cheaper to use the Insecticide at full strength viz.: One gallon of solution to 50 gallons of ,water as the fumes from the Insecticide

will kill the Rust Mite even if the solution should not happen to touch them. In using the Insecticide at this strength it will save

three or sprayings through{! the season thereby reducing the cost from one-third to one-half. This is an Advantage Possessed by

no Other Preparation of Sulphur) if used in this manner it will also kill the other insects that may be moving on the trees. ;

FOR RED SPIDER and SCALE use one gallon to fifty rallons of water. General directions for usinr sent on application.

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

, SPRAYING APPARATUS furnished to our customers at cost.McMASTER.
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The attention of shippers if directed to the Plant So B. Line between Havana.Key West'; and Tan-pa,and Frnln Florida Hallway between Tampa and Panford S.,F.&W.Ry.between .
Jacksonville Gainesville,-Bainbridge, River Junction and Savannah Pavarnab and Cbprletton,and Ocean Mfsintbip Lire' between !?:avannnbPl lladelphia,Boston and New
York,and Merchants and Miners Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore The best equipped,fastest and most. prompt lines between all points in Florida and all
points North and North west.1)Receiver and shippers will profit) by the following unparalleled connections:
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NORTH BOUND. I SOUTH BOUND.
Double dally fast freight service for all points West. via Albany,Jesup, Balnbrldge and Double dally fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Balnbrtdge.
Savannah Jesup and Savannah to all points In Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jack?
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern,Interior sonville,Callahan aDd Lh e Oak. ;
and Coast points, Including New!York,Boston, Philadelphia,Baltimore,Washington and Four ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing from
ProVIdence. New York New Pier 35,North River,)direct for Savannah Monday,Wednesday,Friday. .and
Four connections a week for New York via Ocean'SteamshipCompanyleaving; Savannah Saturday.
Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays and Saturdays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston Jane 4 lL
Two connections a week for Baltimore,via Merchants' and Miners'Transportation Company 13 and 25 for Savannah direct, making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast
,leaving Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. freight trains for 811 points in Florida.
Connections for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Compan7leaving Savannah From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Philadelphia May g, 19 and 99,
June 4.11,18 and 25. every five days from regular railing day via New' York to Savannah.
Connections for Philadelphia[every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company,leaving From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., every Tuesday and
Savannah June 4,14 and 24. Friday, making close connection with 8.,F.& W.Ry.for all points In Florida.
Balling days for Steamships are subject to change without notice.

The Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest I and best freight route from all points North,East:and West to Florida. For full particular,rates,stencils and shipping receipts apply to*
any agents of the above lines,or to WM.P.HARDEE,Genl Freight Agent,Savannah,Ga,.
a 3X OWENS,Traffic Manager,Savannah,Ga. F.B.PAPY,Asst.Traffic Manager, Savannah,Ga W. M.DAVIDSON, Gen'l Traffic Agent, Jacksonville,Fl..:
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$2.00 PER YEAR] JACKSONVILLE, FEBRUARY 25, 181)2.!) 82.OO: PER YEAR



]]Oll and Orchard.Does eighteen years old, from a cutting, and digs it up and puts it there, he is I i ORANGE RUST-No.3.
thirty five (feet through the branches, Ephraim joined to his idols, and may
and about the same in height. The be let alone. But this is written to NUMERICAL ABUNDANCE.

Orange Growing Pay? body was twelve inches in diametertwo deter any of the "primary class" from From a large number of l leaves of

In a personal letter a prominent feet from the ground. indulging in any such luxuries and late autumn growth one was selectedin

grower of Orange County says: "I Two years ago forty-six crates were costly] experiments. January which showed an even dis-

always ship all my drops and culls shipped (from this tree, seveneighthsof : Admitting that the muck treatment t ibution of mites upon its surface.

that are sound, and I have no memo- a bushel to the crate. Only the might be the proper thing in latitudes An area of one square inch was accurately -

randum to determine how many 01 finest fruit was shipped, and 'there further north, I feel confident in the marked out with a needle and

these are included in my sales. I can were about ten bushels of smaller assertion that a majority of our best sub-divided-into sixteen equal squares.

only give two years' sales, for my record sizes left. Mr. McKinnon received growers will join me in declaring thatit The number of mites and eggs upon

for the season of 1888-9 is ,incom $80 net for the forty-six crates. is hazardous in Florida. The argument four of these squares taken at random,

plete. I can only say that my entire, W. JENNINGS. of the muck advocates is that it was counted and found to be 1,142.

crop for the season of i888-f9 includ Thomasville, Ga.Capacity produces density of soil, darker color, This gives for the square inch 4,568.
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ing drops, culls and all grades, nettedme attracts the sun's rays, and therefore The leaf was then cut into squires and
f. o. b. here $2.15 box all of an Orange Tree. the of warmth
per augments supply and angles and laid on a sheet of paper and
around. Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: moisture, at the same time retainingboth found to contain fifteen square inches.

"For last season, iSpo-'i, my Are you sure that orange trees in these vital essentials of plant Certain parts of the leaf, however,
'fancy': brand netted me f. o. b. here, Florida will not bear 50 boxes of or-
growth, and tends very materially to were not so densely populated] as this
i $4.9o1$, and my entire crop, includ anges to the tree? Mr. Adkins at keep up a flow of sap at a time whenour square inch was, and the under surface -

ing drops, culls and all grades, $2.24. Grove Park, four miles from here. best endeavors-previously- was still less so, but it was con-
'I cannot tell exactly how much the picked 54 boxes of oranges from one should be to produce the opposite sidered "a fair estimate for both sides of

culls and drops reduced my average, tree a year ago. Dr. N ble, 0" thi. condition. What we want in Floridais the leaf that it contained, even in mid-

but as near as I can estimate about 30 town, Windsor, picked 47 boxes of more dormancy in the trees in the w.nter, the enormous number of 75-
cents box. If I had not shipped oranges from one tree in '91, with no the
per winter-not less-and fact that 000 mite and eggs! This shows the
these my average for merchantabe: extra fertilizing and the tree crowdedin our groves do not know when to keep necessity of getting to work betimes if
fruit would be not far from $2.50 the grove. Surely, with more the element of
per quiet is one painful our the grower is to prevent his trees from
box for all grades for the two years.Jt space and more fertilizer, it could inferiority to California as an orange producing rusty oranges.IN .
Another Orange County have put on three more boxes. I sawa section which
grower ,growing goes far to EARLY SUMMER
writes us:: "In the figures I give you tree four miles from here that bore balance our unquestioned points of when the breeding is active these num-
herewith the whole is includedin 10,300 oranges.
crop superiority.To .
bers will be vastly exceed*- At
every case, seedlings, budded fruit Now, as to Satsuma oranges, I reach this condition in the fall I times a large orange tree wi 1 be so in-
of all kinds fruit etc. and the think it was Mr. Phelps who said he but line of action
grape ; know of one ; one fested that of its thousands of leaves
prices were as follows: never saw a Satsuma orange tree that which has been eminently successful very few will be found free from the
would bear a box of fruit. Mr. True
with the writer and all others who
Season! of S-fd) .SMO on trees. mites. Hence conclude
Season of 88-89................. 2.25 at station. blood, at Archer, picked this year have tried it under his observation. It we may fairly
Season of 8990. 2.2'at' station. that the number on the tree will be
Season of 2.50 at fetation. irom one Satsuma tree not eight feet is to so cultivate the trees during the counted, not by millions, but by bil .
"I have about a quarter of a mileto high 800 oranges, and Mr. Holdrich, growing months, fertilizing if needed, lions.

haul to the cars and think it safe to at Grove Park, picked from one tree with good cool chemicals t later PREFRENCE FOR HALF SHADE.

say that the whole expense of picking. four boxes of Satsuma oranges. than July for growth, and in Novem
An examination made
on a blight
and My Satsuma orange trees are young her for Iruit that in ,
boxing hauling was not over 40 they may consequence -
day showed that while the mites
box." -three and five years old-yet are make and sunny
thrifty
cents per so vigorous
worthy of the name of trees and not cannot long endure the direct light
A the lower St. in these nine safe
grower on Johns a growth eight or
and heat of the also avo.d
sun they
shrubs some of them being ten (feet ,
writ s: "My net commission sales of months as to teadily accept the short
deep shade. At midday they are
all kinds of citrus fruit, including high. rest now offered and so richly de
drops and culls, have been as follows: 1 think Satsuma trees of ten years served. If deprived of this natural] more abundant upon the upper side
capable of yielding] ten boxes, and I this of the Mr. of exposed leaves, and although theyat
Season $ $242 per box. respite at season;; year,
Seat-on iU -yo.. 3.25 per box. believe a seedling tree, under all times show a marked preferencefor
Season 1890-91..... .. ...... 2.40 per box. orange Grocer, they'll whisper in your y.earVe'll light they desert those of
favorable circumstances, capableof ] parts
very "\ later and if won'tgive
"I ship to commission men. I haveno yielding seventy-five boxes of or see you you the leaf or fruit upon which it falls
we'll take it in 'de fust
us a rest
time and
to sort out classify. brightest. On a leaf partially exposedto
anges. GEO. D. WATSON. ,
inno
drouth. And then
These are given as samples of the Windsor Alachua Co. dry my the sun the mites congregate near
best. No sensible would claim cent novitiate you'll proceed to recall
man one edge in the morning, and in the
Don't Muck the Trees. those wonderful legends erst while
that of the State
they are an average or afternoon cross to the opposite side
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower listened to regarding the marvelous
that should (form basis for the
they a of the same surface, following the
fixing 01 transportation rates. Many -Mucka-muck" and "high.youmucka.muck" drouth resisting power of the orangetree shifting shade, which by reason of its
are all right and goodto and with a three ton voice and a
with all the of these ;
men, ; industry curvature, the edges of the leaf throw
but not possessing their business capacity eat among the Webfeet( where they wheel-baritone, Mississippi style, you one side or the other.
upon
do not net $i a box one season speak the Chinook jargon; but, benevolent will sOftly exclaim : "Another Florida
with another.-ED. reader in Florida, don't you lie nailed 1 A three-ply, wooly RINGS OF RUST ON FRUIT.

ever muck an orange tree Nary amuck blanketed, dengued lie cho wrecked !1" On the fruit this preference of them

Large Pear Yields. You can't afford such extrava Good Mr. Compositor, that's it-1 i-e., tes for half shade causes a phenomenon
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Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower. i gance. lee. which will recognized as very

1 have been told that there are Le Some good souls have an idea, and The lecture is over. Go home and common on rusty oranges. This is

Conte pear trees in the lower part of have so written in your columns, muck one tree, and when a cold snap the occurrence of rust in a well defined -

the county that have yielded 70 to 80 gentle editor, that an application of sends the son of Jupiter down into the ring, obliquely encircling the

bushels ot pears, but I do not know muck produces warmth and moisture. twenties, you will be convinced that I orange as the ecliptic does the earth.

! whether such is the fact. The largest Mow, when a man has lived in am either right or wrong. If the latter The surface covered by this penumbraor

authentic yield that I know of was Florida several years and still labors I promise to do penance by agreeing : half shade band is precisely that

from a tree growing in a garden four under the delusion that he really wants to sit on neighbor Thingumbob's upon which the mites gather thickestin

miles east of town (in the garden of muck in his orange grove and deliberately -I I stove the next .,time he uses it for a the middle of the day. Even whereno

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side of the fruit which upon the tree transit and are bearing with them "on I to a uniform height of one foot. The Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruits.

was turned toward the sun frequently the wings of the wind" the seeds ol I next season let them gain another foot The fig is a plant of a double use
presents a bright spot and the oppositeside mischief the orange grower. in height, and so on until they are fulness being of a ornamentaland
an area ol lighter bronze. EFFECTS ON THE FOLIAGE. : four feet high. Each season clip the very
INFLUENCE OF WEATHER. Like certain internal animal parasites sides slightly, as may be needed, to beautiful character and producing

1 It has been already observed that which feed only upon the fat of their preserve a broad base and narrow topto an abundance of delicious fruit. It
the hatching of the eggs, although re- hosts and do not touch their vital or the hedge; but little pruning will has been cultivated from remote an-
be needed, however, in this direction, tiquity, which lends to it an additional
tarded, does not cease in cold weather gins, the mite does not destroy the vital
and that the breeding continues functions of the leaf. The chlorophylis unless a perfect outline is desired; for interest. With its rapid growing
the plant makes such a dense growth, branches clothed with deeply cleft,
throughout the entire year. Frost is untouched and the plant is robbedof
sometimes severe enough to kill only a part of its essential oil. by merly heading down the late: luxuriant foliage, it presents a truly
growth annually, that it soon becomesa tropical and distinct appearance,
the mature mites but does not in The leaves never drop, no matter how
defensive hedge of the most perfect worthy of culture for its beauty alone.
jure the eggs, and the severity of a severely attacked, but there is a
description, even when planted wider But for fruitfulness it is unsurpassed,
winter has little or no effect upon their marked impairment of vitality and the
prevalence during the following sum. growth of the plant is checked. Thisis apart than I have named. and possesses the extraordinary property -
mer. But there is some evidence especially noticed in young trees, I consider this orange the most per- of producing two and, under favor- ,
that in droughts some of their eggs which are frequently overrun by the fect hedge plant yet found for all able conditions, three crops in a >ear.:
dry up and perish. The extremelydry pest in early summer and during the parts of the country. It is providedwith Those who have never eaten any but
seasons of 1881 and 1882 were remainder of the year make little prog long spines of the: sharpest and the dried figs of commerce cannot
followed in the winter of 1882-83 by most persistent character, in comparison form any conception of the lusciousness -
the brightest crop of fruit that had ress.The foliage of infested trees wearsa with_ which the thorns on the os- of a fresh fig thoroughly ripe,
been known for several years. dusty appearance and loses color. age orange are mere prickles. Then, and I never tasted anything so
HOW DISTRIBUTED. The leaves are without gloss and be too, it will make one of the most or rich and delicious as preserved figs
come slightly warped as in a drouth. namental of hedges, giving a great with cream. }
The activity of the mites and their prolusion of sweet orangeblossomsin The: fig makes a very beautiful and

readiness to climb upon anything they REMEDIES. spring, and lots of little sour or interesting pot or tub plant, a fine
meet in their path renders it evident The next and concluding paper of in October. Its roots will not ornament for the piazza or lawn duringthe
that any living creature which passes this series will be devoted entirely to anges ramble all over the land and suckeras summer months, and in the fall
from one tree to another can transportthe this subject. after it drops its leaves it may be removed -
the Maclura does and if
you wantto
mites with it. The tail feathers of -* to the cellar for the winter.
birds must sweep thousands from the An Orange Phenomenon.Editor get rid of it you can do so at once. Although figs will fruit abundantly '
But the
woe to man who digs an
Farmer and Fruit-Grower up
of the leaves and them :
surface spread tubs will
rown in pots or they pro
from tree to tree. Even a needle I mail you to day an orange from osaje orange hedge. The more he duce much larger quantities when .
the wider it .
which grubs gets, usually.No
looks
swept across an infested leaf will gen- my grove very much as planted in the open ground where
erally be found to have several miteson though there must be some other one need have the least doubtas they will naturally attain a much
it do relinquishtheir cause for the rusty skin, or that these to the perfect hardiness= of the Cit
so readily they greater size; and if rightly protected' ,
hold. particular rust mites must have been rus trifoliata, at least anywhere southof '
they are per ectly hardy at points
The same agencies which.assist in thorough mechanics, and had studied Albany N. Y., and perhaps further much farther north than is generally
the spread of scale insects undoubt- geometry to have done the work so north. The only trouble yet is the known. It is essential that short-

edly serve to scatter the mites. Not systematically. cost of the seed. There are not :jointed, fruit bearing wood be pro.
only do they climb readily along the O. W. SADLER, M. D. enough bearing plants in the countryto duced and, therefore, the soil must
webs of but fre Pittsburgh, Pa. affect the seed market, and the seed chances
spiders, they may not be too rich, else the are
quently be seen upon the bodies of The rind is marked with a sharp cut must still be gotten from Japan. I that a great production of long jointed
the spiders themselves, which do not longitudinal'segment of russet discoloration feel sure that if some of our nurserymen wood and little fruit will be the result -
seem to be at all disturbed by the (not true rust at all) like a would get up a stock of this In planting in.the open ground,
restless motions of their microscpic balloon stripe. An orange or a lemonis plant at reasonable prices, a brisk particularly far north, as warm and
attendants.The considered by the botanist nothing demand would soon be created for the I sunny a position as possible should be
wandering habits of spidersare but a ripened pistil, the fruit resulting plants, for I believe that for all partsof selected-say the south side of a tight
well known. Their method of from a many-celled ovary which, our country it combines more of board fence, or a building or angle of
bridging great distances by casting out when ripe, has a tough leathery peri the desirable qualities of a perfect.I buildings protected from cold winds.In .
hundreds of feet ol silken line, to 'be carp (rind) ; the whole cellular arrangement hedge plant than anything I know of. England the best crops outside are
wa'ted by the winds and caught in of the fruit being longitudinaland I do not know the prices at which usually secured from tree planted ina
distant trees, has often been noted. parallel with the axis of the pistil. plants art held. Nurserymen who border composed of loam and brick
There is little doubt that, of all modesof The coloring matter of the rind fol have them should advertise them.- rubbish, by the side of a hard walk
dissemination, both of rust mites lows in its disposition the general \V. F. MASSEY, in Am. Garden. into which the roots can scarcely pene
and scale insects that of transportation structure of the fruit, and at an early The writer over-estimates the hardi- trate. Where this is not practicable,
by spiders is the most important, stage in its growth some freak or acci ness of this tree in the North, but this they are occasionally restricted.by
dent overtook the rind on one side need be no objection in Florida.! -ED.
the most constant and regular. The root pruning, or by some other means, .
spiders bear with them upon their which caused a discoloration to spreadout such as narrow wall divisions under-
hairy bodies the young bark lice and from the stem end into this pecu- Legislation Touching CommissionMen. ground. Of course pot or tub culture
the adult mites,'conveying them in liar stripe reaching to tbe blossom insures the necessary root-restriction ;
their ow nmigrations to distant points end and terminating in a point at A bill has been introduced into the in all cases good drainage is essential.A .
and them under their either end. Lemon-colored stripes Missouri writes
colonizing pro Legislature of New York which worries correspondent me
tecting web whenever they chance to like this in shape are often seen.= -ED. the commission merchants. It is that she has a small plant which

select the leaves of citrus trees as their .r--__ very rigid in its requirements, as may ripened thirty-five figs last summer.
resting place. The Shamrock Orange for Hedges. be seen from the second section: Figs are successfully grown in the

EFFECT OF THE WIND. Citrus trifoliata, when used for commission merchantor open ground as far north as Rochester -
Whenever
And here is found the solution of hedging purposes, should be plantedin person receiving any any property,as men- N. Y., and prove perfectly hardy
. that puzzling influence of the wind so a single row about eighteen to tioned in section one of this act, shall when protected in the fallowing manner -
often remarked in the case of scale twenty inches apart. The plants will sell the same, or 23; per cent. thereof, I : On the approach of cold weatherthe
insects and which has led many to need very little pruning, as the growthis such commission merchant or person branches are tied together, the
shall immediately render a true state-
believe that they are disseminated naturally dwarf and dense. They ment in writing to the consignor, show- body of the tree is bent downwards as
directly by this agency and therefore have a habit of throwing up strong ing what portion of such consignmenthas closely to the ground as possible, and
spread most rapidly in the directionof erect shoots late in summer, which been sold, the name or names of the held there by being tied to stakes.
the prevailing currents. continue to grow until checked by person or persons, firm or corporation to The tree is then covered over and
Spiders of the web making kind are hard frosts. These strong growths whom with such the sale place or sales of residence were made of each, together around with boards, over these a

necessarily dependent upon the windin should be cut back to a uniform purchaser, if a natural person, and if a thick layer= of straw, and over the
making long voyages. The warm height in the late fall, so as to inducea firm or corporation, its or their place of straw a covering of four or five inchesof
southerly winds of spring' excite in strong break below in spring. Sup- business, and the price received therefor soil. After the covering is removed
from each of such purchasers.But in the spring the tree is bent back to
them the migratory instinct, and at a posing that one year seedlings are used
time when the orange trees: are swarming for planting, I should let them grow with all its Star Chamber strict its original position. They may be
with the quickened life of scale untouched until late in November, or ness, strange to say, there is not a protected in this manner even after
and mite from a thousand projecting after they have dropped their leaves, word in the whole act providing for they become very large bushes or trees,
points of branch or leaf, the spidersare as, unlike most oranges, this speciesis the most important matter of all, the as the stems are very flexible. Southof
sending out their lines of rapid deciduous. I would cut them back payment: New York City sufficient protection '...

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will be afforded by strawing up the FLORIDA LANDS.The ed that the legislatures of Southern were because it belonged to
branches, the same as is done with States adopted resolutions asking that the heirs of Dr. Henry Perrine."
rose bushes, and covering with evergreen Perrine Grant. the grant be made. The Governor Section 3 of the United States law
boughs or litter. Under the Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: (Roman) of Louisiana and the legislature expressly declares : "Whenever any
darkness oi the covering they are un- It may be permitted a daughter of asked him to select Louisiana for section has a settler upon it actually
injured by freezing and thawing, which Dr. Henry Perrine to refute the slan his enterprise and offered to give him engaged in the cultivation of tropical
would speedily prove fatal in the light. ders which some anonymous writer Lafitte's Island if he would go there ; plants, upon proof thereof being madeto
South of Washington the fig is gener has tried to heap upon his memory.By but his heart was devoted to Florida.So the Land Office, patent to that sec
ally hardy without protection. Thereare President John Quincy Adam he far from "bribing," as his traducer tion shall be issued." There have been
a large number of varieties offeredfor was appointed consul to Yucatan (not insinuates, he refused to accept the settlers upon three sections and the
sale, and all are desirable. Brown Mexico)and was there for many years. grant excepting on condition of settle- proof deposited in the Land: Office.
Turkey is a particularly fine sort and He might have made it "profitable"as ment and cultivation, so afraid was he Here I was informed that it was not
very prolific, often bearing three cropsof other consuls had done, but his that his patriotic motives might be necessary that one settler should be on
fruit in one season. medical services he gave gratuitously impugned.That every section, only there should be
The Celestial. Sugar fig is also as being an effectual way to overcome he was not "visionary," time thirty-six souls upon the land.
exceedingly fine; very productive andso the ignorant opposition to the exporting has proved. The Agave Sisilana has In addition to his great work, Dr.
very sweet that in favorable weather 'of such seeds and plants as, in reproduced itself so abundantly wherever Henry Perrine and his private secre-
they will preserve themselves on the obedience to the treasury circular, he planted that vessels from the Bahamas tary, (who had been his medical student .
tree.-W. N. PIKE, in 11a.flower.. tried to collect. have carried it there, and now
the in that
) were only physicians
....__ How few there are who know the I their wise Governer is petitioning the great city of Campeche for the six
Smaller Packages for Fruit. fact that Richard Rush, directed by I English government to encourage its weeks that cholera scourged that city
I
The rapacity of the Italian fruit President Adams, issued a circular addressed manufacture under the name of "Ba- in 1832, all others that had not died
dealers-a class who contribute nothing to our foreign officials of every hama fiber," thus robbing Florida of fleeing to the mountains for refuge.
to productive industrydemanding class requesting them to "collect and what should be her glory. During this time he allowed himselfbut
25 or 50 cents for the bit of choice send to the United States all seeds After Dr. Perrine's death, Congress, one night's rest in each week, the
fruit that a person can eat out of the and plants not indigenous to the by suggestion of the Hon. De Linn, a rest of his time, day and night, devot-
hand, is doing much to retard the United States or that might be im- Senator from Missouri, passed a ing himself to the sick and dying,
wider consumption of our fruits. A proved varieties." He also said, "Supplementary Act" giving to Dr. honoring his country and himself. So
writer in the American Garden has "While Congress had not made an' appropriation Perrine's widow and children the highly were his services appreciatedthat
this to say on a way to checkmate lor this purpose it would same rights and privileges before gran- the freedom of the city was pre-
these alien extortioners: I undoubtedly remunerate all expenses ted to him, and giving "eight years sented to him. The vice.Governorof
"The enormous fruit offerings that incurred." Dr. Perrine was ,an enthusiastic I from the close of the Seminole War Tobasco publicly honored him and
have been successfully marketed this botanist and in correspondence in which they were to take posses presented him valuable gifts, such as
season ought to be encouraging to with botanists in Europe. He at sion." They appointed Mr. Charles should have been preserved as heir-
producers, indicating, as they do, the once conceived the plan of introducinginto Howe their agent to fulfill the con. looms in his family( but alas like all
great possibility of outlet and the Florida the tree-s and plants of the ditions. He engaged 35 families of else that he possessed, burned or
proper tendency of city consumers to tropics with an idea that by inducing Bahamians to go upon the land, one stolen by the Seminoles. His valua ,
give their incomparable gifts of the the immigration of small cultivators of family for each section, offering to ble library of rare books, his corre .
soil a prominence in use far above the perennial plants the state would be give 20 acres to each family. The spondence with the great minds of his
ordinary position of a mere luxury it sooner settled; and the Seminoles, men came over to build their houses day, his deeds and records of every
used to occupy. I like the Red Man in other states, become and plant their gardens, preparatoryto kind were destroyed and his family
"One of the drawbacks: that attend peaceable citizens. For the bringing their families, and were thrown destitute upon the world.
large crops that require prompt turn purpose of early acclimation he estab frightened or driven off by the Indians "The ofa
ing is the neglect or disinclination of lished agents at Key West, Indian and could not be induced to Brougham says : true test
that which
least .
hand fruit dealers to more generally Key and on Key Biscayne, to whom return as long as an Indian remained.Mr. great his man, at the must
adopt rates in unison with wholesale by every opportunity he sent the plants Howe then hired six men to go order secure of place men-is among his highest
quotations. A large number of grocersare and seeds collected. He also was in upon the land and plant the A(ave ,. been in advance great of his having
equally unjust and make their correspondence with Professor Ramonde upon every section, thus fulfilling the age. Judgedby
this then indeed should
measures pay rates much against the la Sagra, the head of the Royal condition of "tropical plants upon Dr. : standarp Perrine! rank, with ,Florida's
consumer, compared with package Botanical gardens of Cuba, to whomhe every section." The (family acted in Henry .:
sent plants whenever he sent to the good faith, but the United States did greatest men.I
cost."The strong merit of liberal use of United States, having the promise of not protect their settlers as they were fear my communication may be
fruit is yearly becoming better realized duplicates of any that might have been bound to do. Joel R. Poinsett, the too long, but it needed it all to give a
and the time will come when purchasers destroyed and also any of the Cuban Secretary of War, had promised Dr. true statement and rebut the slandersof
will revolt against these imposi plants that he might desire. Perrine to establish a military post the Tropical Sun's anonymous cor-
tions, and will more largely introduce With the present facilities in the upon the grant as soon as located, and respondent. I can only believe that ,
package buying for home use. It will way of transportation it is almost impossible keep it there until the settlement be- such a statement must have originated '..'
be an easy problem for providers or to conceive the obstacles sur came selfprotecting.Time with a man who is laboring to securej:;
small clubs of families understandthat mounted and the difficulties he over passed on. The renewal of I the land for himself and his minions,
well times he had in his hostilities in followed i as he wrote me that "we should not
they can just as buy orangesby came. Many 1858 9, so soon
the box and apples by the barrel rooms boxes of plants from two to by our own Civil War, destroyed all have it." I refrain from naming him, ; r.
instead of giving, as is too frequentlythe three months before opportunity offer: their hopes. But the widow consul but request the Sun to give as wide ....
case, 100 per cent and more profit ed of a transient vesseHo send themto ted a lawyer, who proved not versedin publicity to these facts as he has to ,g

upon peddling. their destination._ He. had no military law and he assured her the slander. '
HESTER .:
thought of enriching. himself or "the grant was void." A fortunate PERRINE WALKER. .,..
The Old Virginia Persimmon.A ennobling his family. He was him- meeting with General Sprague assuredme writer in American Garden states self descended from a noble Huguenotof it was not. An appeal to the One thing at a time. We cannot do ,:
that he improved the native Virginia France who fled to America to Secretary of War confirmed this. two things at once well. For instance, )t
persimmon by cultivation so much escape the massacre of St. Bartholomew Then President Grant and his Cabinet raising weeds and vegetables, cater- '.
that the fruits grew to a length of two and who in mid ocean signed a assured us that the land was held by pillars and fruit, lice and eggs.-
inches and a diameter of one and covenant drawn up on parchment the United States for the heirs of Dr. American Garden.
three quarter inches, the number of dedicating himself and his descendants Peirine, and no power on earth, but a .
seeds was reduced from five in the to the service of the Lord. Special Act of Congress, could take it As a Nerve Tonic
wild state down to two, or even one i Neither was he "slave holder," but from us.Not Use llogford'a Acltl Phosphate. .
and sometimes none; and the flavor expressly declared '"There should be until the last year did we appeal Dr. S. WILLIAMS, Clarence, ..
was improved, the native astringency no slave on the land." to Congress, and then for remun- Iowa, says : "I have used it to grand .
being much abated. The tree was As was his duty, upon his return he eration for our losses by the Indians, effect in a case ot neuralgic fever, and
selected from a large fruiting variety laid his work before Congress with a and that Secretary Noble be author- in uterine difficulties. Also, in cases
in Southern Indiana, and the above request for permission to locate a ized to issue a patent at once, "divestedof where a general tonic was needed.
results were obtained by root-pruning township of ;and in the then declared condition." We ask this becausea For a nerve tonic I think it is the best ,
and high-fertilization.-. "worthless lands of South Florida," company will go on the l land and I have ever used, and can recommend /
An excellent remedy.-Two of my children for the propagation of these plants manufacture the A&avc fibre as soon I it most confidently."
have been much troubled with neuralgia all and the establishing of a tropical plant i as the patent is received. Tney sought i i ..
winter. used
They salvation Oil and a lew I
produced a Complete cure I considerit applications nursery for the benefit of the State. So permission both from the State and Refuse matter, when not used as a
Inspector an excellent,Tobacco remedy Warehouse JOHN H.No.JONES 4, Balto.Deputy, Mo. important was his enterprise consider- United States to buy the land, but fertilizer, becomes an evil.



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:e J11'! T tIeIe: only remedy is for the growers of good It will thus be evident that the Ltuetock.

..... fruit to club together and make ar "unifo.m method" estimate is a di-

rangements to ship their fruit by itself. rect discouragement to the use of
Editorial Notes. --. One Cow on One Acre.
the best materials.Let .
FORAGE vs. GRAIN.-The farmer Six Hills of Cassava. us see how the estimated retail Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:

should never forget that Florida is Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: I value in New York will read when, There is no trouble about this on
essentially but In my letter last week on ''CassavaPJanting" hammock first-class pine. But on
not a grain-growing a instead of the best, a much poorer or
.forage-growing country. And, fortunately I may have placed my esti grade of materials is used, but whose high pine what are you going to do ?

it does not need to be a grain- mate a trifle too high. 1 am anxiousnot combination gives the same chemical Move off from it and get something

growing country. The AngloSaxonrace to mislead anybody, yet I wish to better. But if you are well Situated
analysis :
has been for centuries a meat and give this remarkable economic plant too lbs of ammonia from coarse bone,tank- otherwise good transportation, good

grain eating race in the cold Northern lull justice. ings,etc. retail value $ 8 00 society and all that-you can stay and
Aly estimate of the product of an too lbs.of potash from k..init .... .450
climates which have been the home of too lbs. of available\ phosphoric acid from "fight it out on that line if it takes all
ancestors ar.d acre of cassava was based on the South Carolina ruck...... 8 00 in short can win in the
our ; we keep right on summer; you
too lbs of insoluble acid from South Caro-
planting corn and sowing oats in this weight of six hills dug in succession, lina rock... ... ...... _...._ ...__. 2 00 teeth every obstacle. And this all.

hot climate just as we would a thousand weighing 4134, 32, 27, 284, 35 and Total ...:......._ ...- .....-.. .. $22 SO summer idea is exactly the one you
miles north. T. B. Terry, whois 38 pound> respectively. The averageis It is not believed that these are unfair should work on.

probably the best known and most there'ore far above the estimate. statements of the case. Taking Clear an acre of ground, 8x20 rods.

thoroughgoing farmer in the United though the hills weighing 4I4 and 38 human nature as it is, the reader can Prepare it thoroughly, mark it in rows
States his work horses in pounds were only five .feet: Irom orange four feet .furrow the
keeps good make his own estimate of the proba- apart, rows, apply -
order the round clover trees that had been fertil zed fertilizer thor-
year on hay bility that manufacturers will philan- some approved or
without If that be donein with stable manure. The land wa in the furrow
grain. can thropicallv consent to sell $35 worth oughly good compost
the climate of Northern No. i pine, had had pea vines plowed of fertilizer to
rigorous ot fertilizers (for $30; and most of our (say 65 pounds good
Ohio red clover it be done in the previous year, but only ioo at will mix it
on can readers will probably share the convictions the row, or compost ), .
under the mild skies of Florida with pounds of cotton seed meal per acre of the writer that, so long as well in with a rake or horse-hoe. Plant

beggarweed, if it is equally well cured. had been applied to the cassava. $22 worth of goods is officially estimated tour rows of teosinte (for green fodder
The ot from hill
weight one root one
worth not to mature), six rows to pearl
SANDY VEGETABLES.-We have as $30, occasionallysome
was 1234 pounds and another root
millet four to amber
early
"soulless will "be rows
been able to eat lettuce monopolist"
never or any was 8 feet long and an inch in diameter -
above what he is able and sorghum, six rows to sugar cane, four
other "greens" with satisfactionin tempted ,
any at the small end. Water is only
armed with his "station estimate rows to beggarweed, eight rows to cas
Florida on account of the sand, three feet from the surface of the soil. ,
which no amount of washing will CHAS. F. MAY. palm off his $22 goods as fully equal, sava.Have
if fertilizers that all planted by March 15 earlier
wholly remove. All such vegetables Eustis, Fta. not superior to
--. cost double the if po>sible. Cultivate thoroughly,
should be in heads, then the actually nearly
grown The Gist of the Matter.In but shallow. About the first of April getas
: outer leaves can be thrown amount. It will therefore be seen
away. the following extract from one of that an exact knowledge of the raw good a native cow as possible, or,

SHIPPING LETTUCE.The old say the State bulletins, Prof. Robinson, materials made: use of in compoundinga still better, a J Jersey, if your purse will

ing, 'There's more in the man than State Chemist, presents very clearlythe fertilizer is quite as essential' in esti permit, and confine her in a pen, say

there is in the land," was vividly importance of knowing what; class mating its commercial value as isa lour rods square, with a box stall of

illustrated by an instance which has of materials enter into the compositionof knowledge of its chemical compo- palmetto so that you can shut her uptight

just come under our personal observa fertilizers : sition. and dark in the few worst weeks

tion. A and B shipped lettuce grownon "At many of the agricultural stations *Ammonia as a sulphate would be more valuable of fly-time, and commence to feed her

the same kind of land, from' the of the United States a fixed value and cost more than. .in dried blood." with the green forage.

same station, on the same day, to the is assigned to ammonia, to potash, i No More Free*- Crates.A Every spell of dry weather cut and

same commission house, and the two and to phosphoric acid in its various meeting of the Wholesale Fruit cure a few bundles of feed for winter.

lots were sold the same day. Both forms without reference the the succulent the
to source and Trade Association of New York Dry more grasses, as
lots were good lettuce, though A's from which they are derived. By this was held Wednesday last at the teosinte and sugar cane, longer than
was a trifle the better of the two. method the estimation of values be- the beggarweed, which should be
Mercantile Exchange. The committee
-
But A's was packed with the greatest comes a simple matter of multiplica formulate card for cured in the shade or in tramp cocks.In .
appointed to a
care, the heads laid in regular order tion. It is believed by the writer that September:: sow between the rows
the guidance of the trade reported the I
like oranges and pressed down tight, while this method has much to recommend which turnips, rutabagas, cabbage, mustard,
following, was adopted :
while B's was thrown in with some it on the ground of simplicityand with plenty of fertilizer: or manure. In
A deposit of fifty cents will be required -
sand on it and not pressed down tight. ease of application, it is at the expense for berry crates. All November exchange for a fresh cow,

A's lettuce brought $5 a barrel and of substantial justice. Perhapsthis : cups if the first one begins to fail. Feed
short, to be paid at the rate of one-
B's $2.50. barely be better illustrated than the feed. the
paying expenses. cannot half cent each and slats short three dry one on dry Keep
B's farm is owned by the senior member by an example. That it rruy easily be cents each.A pen and stall well littered with wire-

of the house that sold the lettuce and B understood, it will be made as simpleas committee will shortly on grass, weeds, trash, and you will have
is his tenant This shows what pack ) Let that report of without the
i possible. us suppose we plenty manure buying
other packages when all will be printedon
ing did. have fertilizer whose second .
a analysis gives year.I
a card, and distributed to the
:. STRAWBERRY PACKAGEs.-Early in the following results : trade.-Fruit Trade Journal.; know these things for I have tried

u the season several neighbors have to Insoluble Available phosphoric phosphoric acid..5 ncl'. per "cent. them. Of course, you will have to
5
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combine sometimes to make up a full Nitruxcrii estimated as ammonia.......5 Good tools lessen the demand for I work. Pray tell me what State you
Potash soluble in water...............5 '\ live will
crate. Some will contribute inferior muscle. can in where a poor man not
the mail values which
y berries, thinking the crate will be sold Assuming have to work. J. L. P.
last adopted by several of(
were
for certain and that year Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Sumter Co.
a amount .
gross -
the States north of us, viz.: For -
that Contain
they will receive as much per quart as available phosphoric acid, 7 cents a Mercury, Sheep Manure vs. Guano.
any other contributor. This is an as mercury will surely destroy the Editor: Farmer and Fruit Grower:
pound; ammonia, 17 cents, and pot-
imposition on those who contribute ash 5 cents-the computation and es sense of smell and completely derangethe I have been a constant and inter-

first-class fruit. The people in the timate would be thus made for the whole system when entering it ested reader of your most excellent

. North are not so stupid as to pay $25 ton of 2,000 pounds : through the mucous surface. Such paper for several years, and I consider
f for of strawberries with- articles should be used it the of the
or $30 a crate 5 per cent nitrogen as ammonia, 100 Ibs. never excepton leading organ agricultural
out looking into it. It will sell on a 17 cents! $17 oo prescriptions from reputable physicians and horticultural interests of
5 percent. potash too lbs@6 cents ....... 6 oo
general average. The only fair way .. available phosphoric acid, 100 Ibs. as the damage they will do is the great coast belt tram Charleston
@ cents ..._. ...... _...__. oo
7 7
is to place a piece of paper on each 5 per cent insoluble(not estimated)_....... ten lold to the good you can possibly to New Orleans.We .
man's consignment, giving his name derive from them. Hall's Catarrh of South Georgia while not
,
Total .......... ..-.... $3000
and his number of quarts; then the Now let us see what at retail prices: Cure, maunfactured by F. J. Cheney engaged in the orange culture, are

merchant can remit to each shipperon such a fertilizer would approximatelybe & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mer- much interested in the success of our

the merit of his berries. In a car worth in New York city, if madeof cury, and is taken internally, and acts neighbors across the line, not only in

load or in a refrigerator containing the best and most expensive: ma directly upon the blood and mucous orange growing, but in fruit and vegetable -

several bushels, of course, the con terials : surface of the system. In buying growing in general. As fertili-

signee can sort out the several lots and I too lbs. ammonia as sulphate or dried Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get zers are indispensable in successful

remit to each shipper separately; but I blixxl-r tail \'alut'.m_.. $14 oo the genuine. It is taken internally, planting in our thin sandy soils, I ask
ton lbs oi potash! high grade sulphate 6 00
r even here the green or rotten berries too lb!".AV. lable phosphoric acid frum pure and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. fur a little space to pay my respects to
do the others their '' fine animal bone. .......... 800 & Co.SSSold the of the
an injustice by very' 100 lbs. insoluble phosphoric acid from Cheney sheep as a competitor

presence, to say nothing of the corrupting -, pure fiue bone............. .... ..._ 700 I I by Druggists, price 75c. guano gentry of our country. It is

effect of rot and mold. The' Total...._.............. ...... .. $3500 per bottle. well known that ordinary scrub sheept

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will pay a dividend of 50 to 100 percent without compunction that goes abroadat or will bring,a price more than double B EE CONVENTION AT THE WORLD'SFAIR.
on capital in wool, and increase.If night. A" valuable dog is not what they would have got for their *,
this is so, where can you find a valuable unless he stays at home and cockerel. These are facts that cannotbe D. A. Jones, of Canada, proposesthat
better investment ? minds his master's business. Put out disputed, and ought to be sufficientto bee-keepers hold a convention at
Now, as a source of manure, the poison remote from the public road, cause one and all to give the subject the World's Fair, lasting one or two
sheep is a much greater success. for an innocent dog may be scurrying their attention. GEORGE Q. Dow. weeks. The idea is a grand one; and
There is no animal of equal size that through the bushes just inside the fenceas North Epping, N. II. let the beekeepers of all nations be
is. half as valuable in this respect.To his master rides along the highway NOTE -I shall be glad to answer invited to come and bring their hives,
those who have had the good for- in the daytime. If the poison! is remote any questions on the subject: to all who whether of wood, straw, earthenware,
tune to have a sheepfold on their from the road and. the dog finds it will enclose postage for reply. stone or mud. Tell them to come and
premises, it is unnecessary to speak ; there when out with his master when +-*-* be welcome.PLAN.
but to those who wish a good manure gunning, he dies a merited death, for Bee Moths in Florida. .
that costs absolutely nothing, and is he has no business there-that is, his Since I have been in Florida I have FOR THE FUTURE.
superior, pound for pound, to the general master has not. Let your vigilance for heard several bee keepers of the old During this season of the year,
School that the "moths" destroyed when no work be done in the *
run of commercial fertilizers that your flock be as sleepless and silent as : complain can
are being sold at i34 to 2 cents a it is relentless. There is no dog!! their bees. Now, it is not as ap ary in most localities, read, study
pound, I would say, get a flock ol that is worth the powder to blow his easy a matter to tell what killed the and plan how to manage the apiary
sheep and pen them every night. brains out except a few trained for bees in these boxes called hives as it with the least outlay of time, strengthor
My word for it, after you have doneit special uses, and those are keptin is in the movable frame ones. When money. Select the best places 'tor
for three or four months, you will cities mostly. The chattering fool) the bees are all gone and there is no hives to rest and have their founda-
not have to be advised to pen them. who poisons a dog right after he has fear or stings they turn up the hives tions ready. When hiving a swarmon
They will become gentle, and in a lost a sheep is likely to get shot.- and find moths, grubs, their cocoons a hot day, it is a great relief when
very short while you will only have to American Sheep,breeder. and excrement-a horrid mess, and the hive and the place to put it is
shut the gate, as they will come home i jump at the conclusion that the moths ; ready. It should be higher at the
and pen themselves.As destroyed the bees. The truth of the back than at the front so that water
for wool matter is that the bees were weak, would run out easily and bees could .
sheep are kept principally FouI'cryad.pary: .. .
in this country, it is all important \ either from the loss. of their queen or roll out their enemies with less labor. .
that the scrub stock should be - disease, and made no resistance to It is not good to have much shade
Edited by E. W. AMSDEN, Ormond, Fla.
transformed into Merino, or some their occupying the same house with early in the season ; choose those trees
themselves.I that leaf out late and branch
high, so
other
breed noted for wool, as rapidlyas About Capons.
possible, which can only be done Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: visited a friend who had a num- that they will not interfere with a person
by getting pure-blood rams. I would Not one poultry keeper in a hundredis ber of colonies of black bees and.w. s working under them. Workingwith .
recommend the Merino, for I have making the profit he might out o very much surprised, in lilting out the bees under a thorny Cherokee
tried them, and there will be no the business if he would caponize his! combs of pretty good colonies, to find plum has brought many of my hats to'
trouble to double your clip of wool, surplus cockerel chickens. He don't. the big, lazy grubs in the new white grief.Much:
and have just as hardy sheep.J. know it, for he never thought enough comb among the brood apparently' on of the work in the apiary
A. D. about capons and the subject to ever the best of terms with the baby bees. must be done during very warm
Valdosta Ga. give it any attention, not even a trial; I had occasionally seen young brood I weather, and shade is a great luxury.We .
The South Carolina experiment station and it is just so with all his neighbors.The :and chippmgs ot comb in .tront ot the I have a number of colonies located
lately estimated that 'a sheep probability is they don't even hive, and on lifting out the combs on the east side of the house, and
would yield $3 80 worth of manure know what a capon is or how they are found that the bees had been cutting during the forenoon we are in the sun
per year. Years of experience with produced.Now around a moth to dislodge it and hadto and shaded in the afternoon. When
sheep have given us a very high opin. tome, who have grown caponsfor destroy some of the brood to do it. work is to be done with these colonieswe
ion of the" value of sheep manure, but many years, this state of affairs When I was a novice in beekeepingI do it when they are shaded. There .
we think both our correspondent; and seems very strange. Here are as was haunted with the fear of losingmy aye some colonies that are shaded in
the experiment station are a little off many dollars clear profit as the farmer swarms and made artificial swarms the morning and work is done with
in their statements. Under the pres has cockerel chicks, right within hi> by dividing. In my eagerness to increase them at this time. It is well to thinkof
ent system of S'ate inspection and grasp, right under his nose, which he my colonies I purchased empty these things when locating colonies.
analysis, the standard brands of ferti lets slip and does not secure, simply comb ot a neighboring beekeeper -MRS. L. HARRISON, in Prairie
lizer are worth a good deal more, because he will not interest himself: who had lost heavily the precedingseason. Farmer. . '
pound for pound, than any animal enough in capons to even experimentwith I would remove a comb oi .
manure whatever.-ED. a few. He will not inform him brood and bees and put one of these You must climb up by your own
self on the subject or make the effortto combs in its place ; many times they strength; but the whole world will
SheepkillingThe Dogs: provide himself with the few simple contained lar e grubs of the bee moth help you when you are going down.
bold, straightforward shotgun tools to do the work. If he has ever, and it was laughable to see how soon the hill.
policy is undoubtedly the best with heard of capons and caponizing, he they 'would be tumbling out these ,.
sheep killing dogs, but it is often a concludes at once, without investigation gentry, which would be picked up by
matter of extreme difficulty to catch that it is something out of his a few biddies who were fond of these
dainties. While I think about I THE BE"STprotection
it
them in the overt act so as to get an line and lets the matter drop.
opportunity to shoot them. Failingin Now this is all wrong. Everybodywho may as well put in a good word for
friends and the hen with
this and in the slow and unsatisfac- keeps poultry, whether they have my hslpers-
tory redress of the "law's delay," the i ten birds or ten thousand, should give [ her chicks. They are continually on against sudden .',
the alert catch moth the
wise man will send off a hundred miles the subject of capons their attention, [I to a upon ,;
wing, and are very fond of fat grubs changes in the weather
and buy some strychnine. Then, and after they have looked into the
without saying a word to any soul, matter they will find that it is some- and ant eggs when their nests are is to purify
disturbed around the hives.MY .
not even to his wife, he will quietlyand thing that comes directly home to or among the blood ':\
judiciously distribute it in such a them-that it directly affects their income EXPERIENCE WITH ITALIAN BEES. a y '
way and in such places that it will ud to a very marked degree, and I have had a small nucleus of Italians with
the most good." Never, on any ac on further investigation they will dis covering only two or three frames,
count, put out poison after you have cover it to be a work of most simple with a division board each side, and AYESSarsapaa$
lost some sheep. If a dog mysteriously character, and one that they or any in this empty space 1 stored combs, .
disappears about that time the mindsof one else can perform with the utmost' and I invariably found them free 01,
all men will instantly fasten on the ease and dispatch. They will find moths, be it ever so late in the season
owner of that lost sheep. After a that improved tools are now producedthat when I wanted them for use. A
sheep is killed people wilt shut up simplify the work and make it an teacupful of Italian bees will keep all s vitalizes!
their dogs for a season, and if now easy thing for all to do. They will the moths out of a hive. Where and enrichesthe
you put out poison you may kill the find that the birds all live, quickly recover hives are bottomless a hive containing
wrong ones. Put out poison, but do and begin to grow very rapidly. combs can be placed under a colonyand life-current, and
it when there is profound peace in the They will find that they require but the bees going in and out will makes the weak
canine world for weeks. Put out poi. little care, will eat no more than a keep the moths all out. I say to one
son, but breathe no syllable about cockerel, that the birds cease to fightor and all who are contemplating en- strong.
dogs or'sheep or poison to a living bother the pullets, and they will gaging in this fascinating pursuit, in Has Cured Others .
soul. Put out poison twenty times a I also find that in course of time they vest no money in patent moth trapsor
year, but be as silent as the grave. I will have some fine big capons that catchers but in that trap of all win! cure :--"
Kill any dog without scruple and will be delicious for their own eating traps-the Italian bee. you. .}





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CONTENTS. water. If the cow would depasturethe of THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER ment Station bulletins, together with

; GROVE USD. ORCHARD-Does Orange Growing Pay track close enough to the to erect Florida's masterpiece and the formula of the Belleview soft
prevent
Large Pear<< Yields; Capacity of an orange
143 I sparks from the locomotive from firing pride, the Ponce de Leon. phosphate:

An Orange Phenomenon: Th Shamrock Orange 0
the country, some good would be ;? uu
for Hedges Legllatli Touching CommiSSion II o :::
' Men Tropical and Semi-Tropical The Pineapple Growers. 'ueu 2 M .!!i
Fru 11; 144 accomplished; but she does not. 3 .a -: ACC- u;; a nr ::
Editor harmer and Fruit-Grower.
Smaller Packages for Fruit: The Old Virginia I-.-. .
Persimmon; .145 Index, Back Numbers, Etc. and enthusiastic ] .8 '8 .5 : !
The meetingof
large .
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FLORIDA LASDS-The Perrlne Grant; 145FABMEB M en .: 0 .:;
A*D TROIKKR: -Fdltorlal Notes: Six mils With this issue send out the of the section of ---- -
of Cassava; The HJst or the Matter; So More we pineapple growers Bcltevicw )
Free Crates; 146 phos'ate 6.55.... 21.636,59 4 561! .; i 18.6
for
index for 1891 to all who applied Eden, St. Lucie River and Lake
LIVE STOCK-One Cow on One Acre; sheep Ma- I N.J.farl: I ,
Sheep-Killing nure vs Uuano Dogs; ; .. .. .. .146 147 i it.Ve have been agreeably surprised Worth, held here Wednesday, Feb greensand Mass.Marl.. 9.00900...... .I..... 1.5026.00, 46 50

POULTRY AND An AST-About Capons Bee MothsIn I to learn that readers decided .... 18.18., 1 .6440.07 .69., 44
Florida; ; 147 so many preserve ruary 17th, was a success, N.c. Marl I 50.04 56 .61.21.95..... ..I50 18
EDITORIAL-How to Sell Orange Tree;Notes; Index their papers. Some wish indexes for being a move in the right direction.
Hack Numbers, Etc: The Hump Legislature The New Jersey marl (properly
DM Right: The Pineapple' Growers; several years back; we cannot now The utmost harmony prevailed and
Phosphate in the Law; 143 greensand) is probably the most valuable -
MARKETS-Auction Sales: 149 undertake to furnish these. Some the three sections above named were that is known, but its fertilizing
Weather" Bus eau Report for January; 149
Ova Y..UJlG )"'oLKs-Didn't Beat His Wife; John I have files more or less complete to sell. all remembered and fittingly repre. elements of greatest importance are

IxitiaRATiox Jacob Astor's-Let Coachman Us Go to ;Work. Polk. County. 150 : Others want a "binder." This has sented on the various governing iron and potash, while it has no phos.
acid whatever On the other
Vital btailstlcs for the Year Ending Dec.31, gone out of use, but the DaCosta boards. The organization is to be phoric
1891; 150 hand, the Belleview phosphate has no
OCR RURAL HOME-Some Simple. Remedies; The establishment will bind the volumesat known as the "Indian Riverand Lake potash. The other two marls in the

Mango Complexion Jam and: Six Jelly Savory; .Supper. Dishes. :151 $2 each. If any have not received Worth Pineapple Growers' Associa table have a trace of phosphoric acid,

"Bal rl..g Off:" 151 I! their but that which them characterand
index and
an nave preserved tion, and its purpose is for the mu- gives
OUR NATO AL WEALTH- UYard County-II; 152
Strawbertif in Mississippi; 152 papers, they will be supplied on ap tual protection of its members in the determines their classification is
STATIC NEws-lU-m; 153 carbonate of lime. The owners of
plying to the editor at Liwtey. We of trade-mark allowable to
THE FARMERS ALLIANCE-Farmers'Meetings; The adoption a the Florida soft phosphate ought to
ucklebur 154
Gi ower Come Last; Alliance ;
Mt Dora Ch 151bTiiPHEN
; of July 30, 1891. ous efforts toward securing better of chemistry agrees with that of

the General that their piod-
POWERS, Editor.P. transportation.A Attorney
O. Address, Lawtey, Fla. The Rump Legislature Did Right. uct is not marl. Marl is good, but

The State Convention of County dozen cr more transportation phosphate is better.

How to Sell Orange Trees. Commissioners-a body hitherto un companies were represented and many There is, however, another view of

Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: improvements were inaugurated, all the matter which it is well enough to
You can discontinue ad. It is heard of as a legislative authority in
my
consider. It is well known that
tending toward the one end, viz.: The
the greatest money-making scheme I American annals-decided that it hada Florida
phosphates are exceedingly
and safe the
rapid delivery to pineap-
have struck in Florida. Last year I clear case of the old Papal Non pos- variable in their composition, inso-
market of the choice fruit of this
used it and sold all my large trees, sumus, we cannot. They simply expressed aple much that it is necessary, at least in

making room for the smaller ones. actively what the Legislaturebefore region and the securing of a valued the case of rock phosphates, to take a

identity for the Indian River pine- pound or two (from every ton as it
This year I found ready sale at good them expressed passively, and apple. comes out of the pit and analyze the

prices for the balance and I have sold what every well-informed man was collection, well mixed, in order to
Committees Crates Constitution
out. I received 77 replies for the aware of long ago, that a majority of on arrive at an average! of a cargo.

short time it was in.Vith the people of Florida are opposed to By-Laws, Incorporation, etc., were Whether this is the case with the soft
many
duly appointed and the work is being phosphates to this extent we are not
thanks for your liberality, I remainT. the laying of any tax for an exhibit at
its informed. But at rate the fact
vigorously pushed so as to reach any ,
the World's Fair. And that
knowing
WILLIAMS.. ,
the holds good as to the phosphates of the
Waldo, Fla completion ere shipping season
painful fact, both bodies simply did State in general, and this leaves the

The United States could well affordto what they were bound to dotheydid opens. farmers and fruit growers with no
The immense interests now at stake the statements of the
ship a few million bushels- corn right. guarantee except
here and in the have demanded themselves. We do
vicinity companies not
every year to the canaille of Europe, While sincerely regretting that Florida -
for time this impugn the integrity of these companies -
some present
if they would only agree to remain at is not to be represented at Chicagoas clear-
but
for a moment, as
innovation and all feel that
home and consume the donations over a State, officially, we do not shed we a headed, sagacious business men, they

there. We could afford to pay liber- any crocodile tears over the situation. general grand good has been accom ought to comprehend the insecure

ally for this gracious concession to our The burden of the exhibit-if Floridais plished. footing on which they are placed. It
THOS. E. RICHARDS.Eden would be the dictate of
seem to a
National prejudice against dirt. to have one at all-has by this action
Indian River.Phosphate. truly enlightened self-interest for themto
I been relegated to the shoulders on -k-.-4-
under the of the fertilizer
A writer in the Monticello Consti come yoke
which it ought to have been laid in in the Law.It law gracefully for the sake of
tution points with graphic emphasis to
the first place, and where every per- ought not to take an intelligentman the official backing which would
the dismantled he has seen by
wagons be afforded them.
the sentiment arrive the deci thereby
son knowing popular very long to at
the roadside-wagons broken down in knew it would have to be placed in sion which Attorney General Lamar The value of that official backing is

the service of hauling away from the established bt yond cavil, and is some
the end-the men who want an exhibit. has lately reached, that Florida phos-
landliterally highway robbery-the thing of which the citizens of the

fertilizing material 'which it had We have always favored a generous phate, rock, pebble or soft, crude or State may well be proud. If there is

pre- and sensible exhibit, and we do yet. ground, does not fall within the cate- any institution or authority in Floridato
for itself the seed and
pared cotton
,
The scheme for reproducing old Fort gory of exceptions in the statute for day on whose outgivings the peo-
which it was entitled by all laws human
learned with
have
ple to depend con
Marion at Chicago is a splendid con this subjec* made and provided. The
. and natural, to receive back. fidence, it is the fertilizer inspection
$ ception which captivates the imagination fertilizer law enacted by the legislature department of the State government.Out .

A cow in Indiana strayed on the like the glorious roll of seventy is a "blanket law," and covers of nearly two hundred brands of

railroad track and was killed, and the horns of brass; but the idea of settingit everything made and sold for fertiliz fertilizers analyzed by the State Chemist -

locomotive was damaged. The Sta'e up by taxing the tens of thousandsof ing purposes, "except stable manure, only two have failed to come up to

farmers who lime, marl, gypsum and crude cotton the sworn_ guarantee; and even in
Supreme Court decided that the farmer toiling, sweating con
seed." these cases it is possible that the sam-
was as much bound to keep his cow stantly have to strain a point to make
Now, it certainly needs little chemistry ples did not fairly represent the goods.At .

off the track as the company were to their butter cover their bread, arguesa and less jurisprudence to deter any rate, the manufacturers made

keep the locomotive out of his pas. lack of knowledge of human nature mine that a mineral substance whose this claim, but did not dispute or contest -

ture field; and they awarded the com- and of the eternal fitness of things so principal ingredient is phosphate of the analysis as they had a legal

lime, cannot come under the classifi right to do.Certainly.
pany damages for the locomotive, but egregious that it positively makes one
cation of marl. For purposes of com- the protection afforded by
refused the farmer damages for his i shudder for the rose-water enthusiasts parison we here give some tables the stamp of this department is worth

cow. In Florida the cow has the I who entertain it. As well tax the taken from the New American Cyclopedia twenty five cents a ton to the farmer

right of way and the right of grass and thousands of hard-working subscribers and the Massachusetts Experi-- who wants to purchase soft phosphate



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]7V1&rlcets.\' : string beans at 2.00 to 3.50: squash, 1.25 JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Feb. 25.; Philadelphia, Fruit Auction Co., Feb.

to 1.50; tomatoes, 1.50 to 2.00; beets. 1.00 FRUIT AND 19:

..... ..... to 1.50; cucumbers, 2.00 to 4.00 cabbage VEGETABLES.
- - - ... .. ; ,
. . 1.50 to 2.25
2.00 to 3.00; plant 10.00 to 15.00 [Corrected every week by Marx Bros.] Bright. . . I
AUCTION SALES. lettuce egg : These are ave rage quotations. Extra choice Russet. . .. . . . 1.15 to 1.80
(Florida),2.00: to 4.00; Charleston,
3.00 to lots fetch prices above top quotations, while ---+.+--
Blake & for F. F. E. poor
Ripley, ex City 5.00.P lots sell lower.
of :Macon, Feb 19: AutER, RIVE JURG & Co. Weather Bureau Report for

Oranges bright.......................|r.5Otoi.Ro
d russet........................ i.ooto 1.50 January.
CJ oH d CJ PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 20, 1892. Lemons. Fla. .:........................ 2.00103.00 .
= 0 ..CJ... = o :> .aJ CJ.. Tomatoes, firm and free from frost. Messina............. ........ 3.75 Temper- No oature.
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Q) Limes, loo ........ ... ................. .50 Days
00 z &&t ri2 r &&t $3 to 3.50 per crate. Egg plants, $10 to Grape..fruit barrel.................... 2.5010300 j
590 15 $1 75 1214 11 62 13 per bbl. Beans. round green, $3 to 4; box .................. 1.25101.50
$1 refugees and flat 82 to 2.50 crate. Cu. Pineapples crate........... ........ 5.00 ] "Eo
6983 15 2 50 346 27 1 45 per Bananas, bunch............ ........... 1.25 to 1.75 STATIONS. .2 uan .
346 23 2 10 3t6 38 2O.i cumbers, $6 to 8 per crate. Strawberries Apples, barrel....................... 3.00 .. -. u .....
376 27 1 50 376 34 2 05 75 to 90 cents per qt. Lettuce, good, 5; Grapes. Malasra, keg ........ ......... 7.50 f V; >- 'c>- =
I poor or heated, 2 to 2.50 per bbl. Good Cranberries, crate .................... 2.75 .r:1&i: .- .. .&ig.. nXn -;
376 25 2 20 378 22 2 15 solid Potatoes, Irish, barrel ................ 2.00 to 2.25 =; csoaquwu -
5646 10 2 00 1384 2 2 23 cabbage, well packed, yould sell; sweet bushel...... .......... .50 I.

6377 22 1 70 6577 47 2 25 $3 to 3.50 per bbl., but soft ordinary Florida cabbage...................... 06 to 07 1-------

600 6 2 00 2819 8 2 50 stock wouldn't pay to ship. Ship beans Onions.. yellow. barrel........ .......2.75 to 3 00 Amelia..................... 1 203' 81310320,
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red ..... ... .. .
and lettuce all rail all 3 25 ........... 52 .
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7269 express, other vegetables Archer ,,22 4 257
25 1 45 .. .
3981 17 1 62 ...... ...
crate ... ... ..... 1.00 Bristol. ........... ...... .. .
754 32 1 62 3218 20 1 75 A. C. D. all rail. Turnips, barrel........................ 2.00 ................ I' ..
.. rooksville.
36"6 9 REDFIELD & Sox. Beets, ................ ........ 2.25 I 1eLand................. Sol.r 33+ 4 .. J 30
2 00 7591 17 1 37 .. t .1 _..
Carrots, ..... ............ ...... I
2.50 Eu..ti:4... .......... .... So
7362 16 1 87 2657 20 2 .. : 12 30 416 5 10 J.31
60 ...... .
Parsnips i .... .... ......... 2.50 Federal Point..... ........ ,
2657 20 3 00 2637 20 3 00 Radishes dozen...... .......... ...... .40 Fort Meade .... ..... S01222 7 8iI335129" .". I 29
3890 18 2 37 390: 26 1 95) LIVERPOOL, Feb. 13. Okra. peck...,......'................. .35 Grasluere ......... .....'.. ... .I/ J 41 :iI 25
We confirm Cucumbers dozen.....................
our of 20th ult. .40 .
report Green .. .
3685 2 5 25 6807 10 2 25 and Celery, '* ........ ............... 50 to .60 Homdand.Cove...Springs.. ... .8l 77 12251 4 44
4624 16 2 00 137 8 2 12 now have the.pleasure to advise you Egg Plants-wanted ...... ............ 2.00 .. ........ ...." 80 ,I26 4., .. 13 95
6.)91 6 1 75 6057 11 2 25 that a parcel of 148 boxes Florida oranges, Bean, crate ........ ......... ........ 1.50 Jacksonv11le.lIypoluxo ............... 77133l g 1111 9399 29
1631 20 2 62 3801 4 1 62 ex Etruria ((8)), was offered this week and New Irish Potatoes, crate............1.50 to 175 Jupiter .. ................ 81 134 41412 56
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Peas crate-wanted. .. ....
with demand 2.00 ....... ...
met west ... .
C P good notwithstanding Key 791453 : 4 58
'V 15 1 75 C P 'V 36 2 00 the large of other POULTRY AND EGGS. Kis..irnnlee.... ......... .. I .

6.)57 14 2 62 7480 41 1 62 quantity oranges at Hens..... .. ... ........ ...............$ .40 to .45 :\1 acclen u y................ I. ..r .
7480 21 185 6879 4 212 present on our market, such as Valencias Roosters. .... ........... ............. .30 to .35 I, Matron: ....... ........ .. 7J. 5.57
4307 16 2 37 3-17 28 2 2.5) Jaffas and Palermo: One and two in Broilers.... ............ ...... .... .2.; to .30 :Manatee........... ........ 8.; ", 821 8 2321Iicco.
condition sold as follows: Brights, 13s. Turkeys... ........................... i.ooto 1.25 M .. .......... ....... 75 20 30 410 95.70
3683 6 2 62 3683 12 1 62 9d. box Ducks.... ................. .......... 45 t .60 Mullet Key.........:. .... .. .
3458 15 1 37 888 17 1 50 per : Russets, 12s. 6d.; inferior I Geese............. ............ .. ..soto .75 :\tv..rs....... ....... .. .. .
888 34 1 75 8S8 13 1 62 classifications, 7s. 6d. to 11s. Gd. Of Eggs............................ ....... .18 to .20 Ocala. ........:.......7S 27 4 37241710
course, as is only to be expected from OrtngeCity ....:......... 82 '18,25 4186
888 28 160 7143 23 185; Orlando ............ ... (811235 4// r 721'aadrna
9S. 10 1 62 1224 16 1 75 the reports from your side, a large percentage FRUIT EXCHANGE BULLETIN. ... .............. .82 12 27 4 12 II 84 30

1224 12 1 75 5199 9 1 87 of_the boxes were wasty, but lens.1cola.... ......... 70 I 261517 41087%
JACKSONVILLE Feb.
19.
St; Andrew ...... .
the prices for one and two (seconds to 70 528 I 58rt.
6012 7 75 386 8 50 sound shows what be TIlE ORANGE RATE SUIT.-In a former I.den-burg.... ....... 81 1135 4 I1 9 5.1 70
C II S 30 1 50 C II S 12 3 25 ) can done against Tallahassee.... .. ....... 72 5 27 1S 3 916 35
PEP 20 1 90 L B 3 75 competing fruit. L. CONNOLLY & Co. bulletin we stated that the defendants in Tampa.. .. .. ..... ...... '112134 4'3144325/
the suit instituted at the instance of the Tarpon Springs... ..... it 12:34: 41512 57
o N 22 1 3.5 1673 34 1 45 4I3
Florida. Fruit Exchange against the tus\.ll1e. .... ,o335 41510 07
1673 12 1 87 167:3: 40 1 50 NEW YORK, Feb. 23. had still fur-
1673 40 1 95 1673 30 1 95; transportation companies So far as can be judged from the limited num-
Special to FARMER FRUIT GROWER
1673 17 1 75 AND : ther delayed the matter by filing a peti- ber of !stations which have been long enough in
Market about the same; arrivals light. tion before the Interstate Commerce operation to allow a comparison with the normal

Via all rail : Brights, $1.70 to 2.30; russets 1.60 to Commission for a rehearing of the cae. conditions fr the month of January, 1892, was
in 2 to 4 degrees colder than i is usual for
'V E S 28 1 80 'V E S 33 2 37 2.25. E. L. GOODSELL. Our attorney, the Hon. C. M. Cooper, on Florida. This deficiency in temperature was

'VES 24 2 30 'VES 16 1 62'VE our behalf opposed the granting of the greatest in the western part of the State. At Peu-

S 50 2 30 Crown 20 1 95; BOSTON, Feb. 23. }petition, and we now have the gratification bacola low the the mean for temperature was 4.2 degrees be-

Crown 12 1 37 Crown 26 1 93 Special to FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER : of announcing that the petition fora average 13 yearn.
Crown 9 1 00 rehearing has been denied. TEMPERATURE. maximum temperaturefor
To-day's prices, 1.25 to 2.50. General the month was 83 degrees on the 11th, at
Sg-obel & Day for F. F. E. 1,400 boxes character; ordinary and un&ound. Fancy The injunction bill filed by us before Manatee: the minimum was 22, on the 4th at
the United States District Court to en- Archer and Fort Meade.
ex Nacoochee Feb. 19 : ,
: stock strong and advancing.
force the order of the Interstate Commerce The highe-t: monthly mean temperature was
3-1 160 5166 9 1 10 SNOW & Co. which 67.4 degrees, at Key West; the lowest, 48.0 at
386 11 1 70 2731 21 1 70 Commission, was continued Tallahassee The absolute monthly range of
pending the decision of the Commission temperature for the State was 61 degrees; the
2731 31 2 10 2731 30 1 70 CHICAGO Feb. 23. at station, 60 degrees.
on the application for a rehearing, will greatest monthly range any
2731 19 1 80 75U5 31 2 10 at Archer.
Special to FARMER FRUIT GROWER
AND : now be proceeded with.
75U3 25; 1 8.i 3626 8 2 30 I RAINFALL.-Most rain fell in the northwesternand !
5869 21 180 1723 16 155 Brights average 2.25;), russets 2, Tangerines Feb. 23, 1892. northern portions of the Sta e, and least in
7. Indications favorable for improved the southeastern and southern The
1723 18 1 70 1723 45 1 90 Prices so far this week show slight rainfall portions.at Pen-
prices. Choice strawberrit, s, 75 greatest monthly was 8.72 inches
1207 8 1 75 6983 27 2 00 but steady improvement. Choice brigMs S.\COld, and the l..ast.29 of an inch at Jlypoluxo.
cents of Flor-
5496 16 165 6J87 28 175 per qt. Saturday one car to fancy stock in recent sales ranged Sled fell a few miuutes at Madison on the 17th.
idas sold at auction 1.30 to 2.10 for
6624 25 1 40 6624 15 2 00 ; from $2.25 l<> 3. Ordinary brights ranged K. R. DEMAIN, Director.
and 1.50 to 1.95;) for russets. JACKSONVILLE.
6624 15 1 50 6624 20 2 00 brights, $1.50 to 2. Russets ranged $1.75 to 2.25; .
One of California Navels 1.40
1214 46 1 95; 1214 17 1 95; car poor, for best grades and 1.25 to 1.62 for ordi
1.55.; Florida beans 3.50 to 4
to green Many Northerners have bought
1214 31 2 00 376 11 1 60 nary. Grape fruit of choice grades
bushel. Tomatoes 2.50 to 3 for 40-lb
376 27 2 05 346 23 1 55 per ranged $2.12 to 3, and down to 75 cents groves in Florida, only to return affer
boxes. : dozen for
3-16 27 1 95: 3-16 30 1 80 Pineapples per for common stock. Tangerines sold 2.50 failure and loss. Many others have
M. GEORGE & Co.
, 5063 18 1 95; 7a62 15 1 75 fancy large. to 2.60 per half box. Only choice stock, tried the experiment of conductinggroves

897 2 1 60 888 15. 1 So however, will reach these figures. Mandarins -
letters from their homes in
7585 29 210 4251 37 150 ST. Louis, Feb. 21. sold up to 2.25 per half box for by

4251; 30 2 20 5932 2 1 55 Oranges.-Stocks in the hands of deal- choice grades. Lemons are not doing the North with equally dubious re

5923 41 170 7480 19 1 75 ers were light and the demand good for well and we cannot recommend ship- sults. Nature smiles only on those

7095 4 1 85 5879 15 1 70 local and order account. The range was: ments. present constantly by her side. Her

7580 24 170 7580 17 180 Florida, extra fancy, 2.50 to 3.00; do. We now ask for heavier shipments as rewards are payable only to bearer.

4973 3 195 3218 10 170 brights, per box, 2.25; to 2.75; ; do. russets, the supply is not equal to the demand,

590 12 170 754 14 150 California Riverside, per box, 2.50; do. and we feel confident that prices will go Moreover, it requires intelligence to

1655 25 1.65; 7269 26 1.85 Washington Navels 3.75 to4.00; Messina, higher during the week. plant and tend orange trees. For instance -

5873 12 1.85 3890 21 1.70 300 size, per box, 2.25 to 2.50. if a tree rots a foot from the

3891 16 1.75 3137 5 1.65 Grape Fruit.-Light offerings and fair HOME MARKET SALES. ground, the decay must early be detected -
4567 11 1.76772\ 18 1.95; demand at 2.50 to 2.75 per Lox.Strnwberries.L"ugearriyals..
Jacksonville, Feb. 22, 800 boxes: ; then follows some skillful arboreal -
7112 27 1.50 6146 21 1.60 Demand

LRIColS 1.60 LRICo35 1.75 good and current receipts finding quick Navels . . . . . .. . 2.85; surgery. Shoots are grafted ,

LKICo23 1.55 LRICo24 1.70 sale at 70 to 90c. per quart. Indian River . . .. .. . 1.60 and given root, and in time the burden -

60-16: 30 1.90 980 26 2.30 Pineapples.-Fair offerings of exceptionally Grapefruit, bbl .. .. . . 2.85,1 o' supporting the tree is cast upon

980 27 2.40 152G 1 1.90 tine fruit. Demand good at 3.50 Grape fruit, box..1.8.5 Now do

3734 11 2 95 1526 26 2 50 to 4.00 per dozen. Fancy . . . . . 1.25 to 1.75 them. no clodhoppers can

1526:; 12 2 50 980 1 2 40 One of the largest fruit dealers in New Bright . . . . . .70 to 1.w such things. No, it requires a man

York City,' having canvassed the situa- Russet.. . . . . . .50 to 1.40 of diligence and thought to raise or-
E. Roberts for F. F. E., C. & S. car 70,
Feb 19: tion thoroughly, estimates the visible anges. The men who are doing it

6221 21 1 75 6221 15 1 60 supply of green apples in New York New York, E. L. Goodsell, 920 boxes, successfully are far superior in intelligence
State on Feb. 1, that is in hands of dealers
Feb. 17 1.51:
LRJC 225 LRJC 28 160 ; average to the people who keep our
farmers and all concerned as about
LRJC26 185 LRJC 18 150 500,000, barrels. Tangerines, halves .. .. .. . .2.25; markets supplied with the ordinary

C 22 1 45 C 15 16.5() Lemons . . . . . .95; to 1.25 articles of Palladium.
Cuba has been well supply.-
C 8 155 C 15 1 70 pretty representedin Bright . . .. . . 1.20 to 2.05; .
.
the produce the week .
quarters past Riibset . . .. .. . .1.30to 1.80 *
with very fine tomatoes. Florida to- How many a home has been robbed of sunshine -
NEW YORK. Feb. 20. matoes, too, were among the offerings, Cincinnati F. & C. Fruit Auction Co., and happim and rendered Kid and deo-

Vegetables continue in light supply; but the"elJ'cold weather largely reducedthe Feb. 17: late This by the dangerous loss of rome s-ason drar for and children petted cb and lid.

anything that arrives in good condition public appetite luscious tomatoes.P. Bright. . .. eo..... .. 1.65 to 2.10 : parents is a should keep Dr.. Bull's Cough Syrup

meets with ready sale at top quotations; M. KIELY & Co. Russet . .,. ..... .. 1.30 to 1.95*I handy. Price 25 cents.








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Our IMMIGRATION.Let Polk County Vital Statistics for the
youn Pones\ NEWS. ;KODAKS. Year Ending Dec. 31,1891.

.... Us Go Work!
to
Number of births white male
( )
Didn't Beat His Wife
In 1860 Leon county had a white
The English common law does not now population of the succeeding 91, female 75 ; (colored) male 20,
During
"
3,194. You the
( allow a man "to beat his wife with a press female 20.Cause .
stick as thick as his thumb." But it usedto. decade the number fell; off to

And the Chicago Mail tells this good 2.895, a decrease of 299. Duringthe button of Death-abscess, i ; apo-

story of an Irishman who was in thehabIt next decade there was a further plexy, i ; cholera infantum, i ; cere-
of home drunk and we do the rest.
going nights decrease of the white
73, leaving
beating his poor wife Biddy in the good bral hemorrhage, i ; congestion of
population only 2,822 In 1880. Dur
old fashion. Seven Sew .. and Sizes tie brain, i ; convulsions, i ; chlor-
ing the last decade there has been 'oI.%
Finally the woman could stand it no an ALL LOAOKU WITH Transparent Films.
longer and appealed to the priest. increase of 232, making the white For sale by all Photo. /Htock: Dealers. osis, i ; consumption, 8 ; dropsy, 2 ;

The reverend father went to her home population in 1890 3,054, and the net THE EASTMAN CoMPANY, drowned, i ; gunshot wound, i ;

that evening and waited for Pat. He decrease during the thirty end Sand forf ROmKKTER N. Y heart failure fall
came drunk as usual and the good priest years Ktaloaue. 3 ; injury (by ), i ;
ing with 1890, 140, or an average of
took him in hand. inflammation of bowels, i; hemorrhage
"Pat he "you're drunk." 4.66 per year. suggest a possible remedy. It may
says (umbilical), i ; heart disease, i ; la
"Yis, your riverince," says Pat, "I'm In 1860 Leon county had a negro not prove the right one, and there are malarial fever
grippe
lightning,
; ,
3 Ij;
feeling purty good. population of 9,149. During the many reasons to doubt its efficiency,
"'Well how is this 2 ; old age, i ; puerperal septicemia,
long going to con-
succeeding decade the number in. chief of which is the almost universal
tinue, I'd like to know?" 2 ; still born, 3 ; typhoid fever i ;
"Jist as long as I kin git u drop of the creased 3,192>: ; during the next decade disposition to drift along in the old whooping cough, 3 ; unknown, 8 ;

cratur," says Pat.hI cant stop drink-. the increase was 4,449, making the ways, and take things as they come. total, 50.The .

in'." total in 1880 16840. During the dec- The plan proposed will certainly fail above does not include the

"Now see here, Pat, says the good ade ending with 1890? there was a unless the consciousness of danger is
father, "I'll tell you what. You'll stop> towns of Bartow, Lakeland and Fort
this here unless decrease of 2,142,. making the negro sufficiently aroused to incite a concertof ftfeade
right you want to be. for the first half of the year, as
turned into a rat-d'ye mind that?" population 14,698, and the net increase action on the part of those most the board relied upon the town author-

The priest went away and Pat was do- during the thirty years, 5,549, deeply interested. ities for monthly of their vital
reports
cile came that home night;and but kicked the next open night the, whenhe door, or an average of 184.96 per year. In union there is strength ; in the statistics. As that plan did not prove

During the twenty years from 1860 multitude of counsel there is wisdom. the
one glance showed Biddy that he was satisfactory sanitary inspector was
loaded and in lighting trim,so she dodged to 1880 the white population de. Let there be called a convention of requested to collect these reports for .

behind the table. creased over ii percent., while the the planters, farmers, merchants and the entire county. It will be seen-
"Don't be afraid, darlin'," said Pat, in increased
negro population over 84 land owners of Middle Florida at some from the above reports that eight of
subdued he steadied himself
a key, as
before dropping into a chair. "I'm not per cent. During the years from central point-Monticello or Tallahassee -, the fifty deaths were due to consump-

going to bate you this night. I'm not 1880 to 1890 the white population increased -to take counsel together concerning tion. Of the number dying from this

going to lay the weight of me finger on 8.2 per cent., while the negro the present condition of disease, all, except one, came as inva-

ye. I want ye to be kind to me,to-night, population decreased 12.7 per cent. aflairs,- and to consider and agree lids to Florida within the past threeor
darlin', and to remember, if ye kin, the While there is reliable informationas
no the best method of
overcoming four F. M.
upon WILSON Sec'y
days when we were sweethearts, and years.
when I was always kind to ye and ye to the decrease: during 1891, it is the present and impending difficultiesof I County Board of Health, in Bartow

loved me. well known that the number of negroes the situation. Courier-Informant.

"Ye know his rirerince was here last that have left the county since The organization of a strong, active, t G .

night, and he told me if I got drunk 1890 was taken has been very large- pushing and enthusiastic colonization
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
again he'd turn me into a rat. I'm drunk '
much larger, probably, than in any association for the of
'I bringing
this minute, darlin'. The praste didn't'see purpose Cures Indigestion
me, but ho knows I'm drunk,and this previous year-and it is quite safe to in white agricultural immigrantsto Dyspepsia, -

night into a rat I go. say that the decrease has been not take the place of the .farming popu. & Debility.

ul want ye to be kind to me, darlin', less than 2,500, making the present lation[ now so rapidly and permanently ,I -- ---
and watch me, and when ye see me git- little than iI
negro population more 12- departing to other localities, maybe I I
tin' little, and the hair growiu' out. on
000, or a decrease of over 1.7 percent one of the methods but whatever
me, an' Ine whiskers glttin' long, for ; 0S
heaven's sake,darlin', as ye love me,kape ot the population of 1890. shape relief may take, let us do some FOB

your eye on the catr The causes of this alarming decrease thing The Floridian is not less in-

in the only real farming population of terested in this vital question than is 8 cts.
John Jacob Astor's Coachman.Two .
the county are well known. The the merchant or the land owner, and '* in tamps I trill V5]
ladies well known in New York and of the sail10 ferentl .(mjeelertion) Vf,
opening working phosphate recognizing the truth that some one ofmjchoice\'orthernGrownFarm
the New-
City were spending summer at
port. They were i in the habit of order- I mines in other_ counties, the extensive must make a start, has prepared and?

ing a carriage from a livery-stable, and : construction of railroads else- placed in its office a written call foi SEEDS

were always driven by the same coach- where, and the constantly increasing such a convention as is suggestec I
am the largest Farm Seeds In
man, whoso name was Burns, and who of the interests In"Owerof
depression farming above and cordially invites ever Junerfa-t maJoetWe4 my pecialt Cultivate
,
was a careful driver with whom the 6.000 A.cre.. lVonderfuIWhent,
ladies felt safe. caused by the constant but gradual de citizen of Middle Florida who be OatsRarleypotatoGra
perfectly ISO more hard times it you plant them.
One day when they were driving. terioration in the quality of the soil ieves, as the Floridian does, that Send four&e.for fine Seed Catalog with
and
C"OJoredY'Jatett. or Catalog
Burns very suddenly cried, "Whoa!" by the enervating and wasteful man the time for action has arrived, to cometo 10 Pkg.Farm Seed. 13c.

and, pulling up his horses, turned abruptly ner of cultivation; as well as by the its office and sign the call or to JOHN LACROSSE A. ,
to bide of the road. ladies
The
one constantly diminishing price ot the write, instructing the editor to do so. WIS.
were alarmed, and, leaning out, inquired .
what was the matter. Burns' staple crops cotton-are the princi- Let us get to work !Floridian

replied that there was a little lame bird pal causes of the condition that now

in the road, which he had very nearlyrun i confronts us.

over. He was just about getting otf I Every land owner in Middle Flor- cPARESS1I
the box to remove the little creature
ida can testity to the reductions in a
from its dangerous position, when one of
the ladies, wishing him to remain .in area of cultivation, the difficulties of

charge of the horses, stepped from the collecting rents, the decrease in the

carriage, and, picking up the bird, whichwas number of desirable tenants and the

a young one, discovered its leg was falling off of profits by reason ot low
j broken. Her first thought was to takeit
merchant has felt the
home and keep it till it was quite prices. Every (CONSUMPTION OF TIlE ..BRAIN). THE SRAiy(from a photograph).
strong again, but Burns advised her to pressure of bad debts, difficult collec. In ITroJlh'J Omditimt. Jt rarest.Lettont.Retles .

put it on the other side of the fence on tions and scarcity of money. The -ness,a fererfch feeling,: ,sleeplessness' 1 periodic headaches dlzrine( .dimness of vision.,
the grass where the mother bird could conviction that the disasters of 1891 ringing In the ears, difficulty in thinking, trouble in remembering names ..nd the faces even of
find it, and let nature heal the broken leg. friends. The victim or I'ar sills: often shocked or annoyed by title noises and trifling things
They decided to do this the bird will be repeated if not redoubled in Tho nervous system is often in such condition that very Might causes or even no Cairo: at a 11,
so
was excite to sudden' outbursts of'anger. A feeling of the brain Is frequently
1892, is too general to be disre may : pressure upon
left in a safe place and the drive re followed by seasons despondency,mental depression alternating with periods of wild.Illusive
sumed. garded. hopes. When the brain begin to consume! or decay many of these! lymptons become aggraT ted.
The story of the kind-hearted coach- What is to be done ? The world seems strange or different from what it war In the past. ,thought becomes a pobitlve,
man was told until it reached Mrs. John effort and life an intense burden.
Some of the forces
resisting
Jacob Astor who much touched means The system r.eeds soothinsr, toning, and building up. Something unusual Is demanded.
was
by that now threaten a general conditionof And here i is where the great difficulty has always been-to find snty;thing pure and yet positivein
it, saying a man who did that little act its re'nlt The late Prof I'helps Dartmouth College realized this when he began his Investigation -
of mercy would surely be kind to horses, bankruptcy to all except the few which resulted in the discovery of i'alne's Celery mpound. He knew men ar>d
and as her husband was in need of a who live on and cultivate their own women required something heretofore unknown to the world and his great discovery has furnished -
coachman she would to Burns I It. This compound checks Pare"is.even after has secured a foothold In the system.
try get farms, and pay cash, must be found. Taken on the approach of the fir t symptoms,it will positively prevent their Increase. IU high
for the position. I The object in presenting the forego endorsements by the medical fraternity and 1 he cure! it Hn fleeting easily account: for its wonderJul .
The end of the story is that Burns was popularity and the unusual: stir it has caused la: this community.
duly installed as Mr. Astor's coachman ing facts to the earnest consideration r
,
and returned with them to the city. j of the people of Middle Florida is to DIAMOND DYES are Strongest, Simplest, Fastest. -l..f':



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Mrs. Rupert declares wrinkles to until it is a perfect oblong roll-the fail. I Barring Off."
Our 1ura1 fiome. be facial that ure to do tins is the cau e of the cracks
owing to movements; which spoil the croquettes. When ,j One very bad practice prevails in
the pallid, statuesque women escape smooth, roll in beaten egg,then perfectly in the South in the manner of cultivating
Some: Simple Remedies. them best, and that smiling and laugh roller! cracker, and fry in hot lard. corn. I refer to the custom of
For Our Rural Home. ing bring them on. By means of as- \Vith a wire hasket, there will be no 'barring off," as it is called. This

In the issue of February 9th I tringent washes, bagginess: beneaththe difficulty in taking the croquettes out of practice is most common in the sandy

notice "Common Ailments," and eyes can be eradicated ; but actual carefully.the lard; if The without croquettes one, cau use be a spoon madein lands, where the method of beddingup

with the experience of a long life, begto wrinkles cannot be so dispelled, says the morning fried, and heated in the corn land into ridges, like cotton
add some simple remedies for the I this authority. oven for tea. These croquettes equalto rows, is pursued. When the corn

same ailments, and. which are alwayson Eruptions of the skin proceed from those for which we pay a dollar a gets grassy, a turning plow is run
hand. poor and impure blood, which throws dozen for veal and two dollars for chickens along each side of the row, throwingthe
at caterers. and are good i if
For chilblains, simply bathing the the impurities to the surface, and made the"any day before using very, if a large dirt Irom the corn and leaving

parts with kerosene and holding the they can be cured by opening the quantity is needed. only a narrow strip or bar, upon

foot to the fire or in the oven will pores of the skin. Red noses are dueto "KEDGESE" AN EAST INDIAN DlSH.- which the plants stand. This bar is

too much blood on the surfaceand Take any cold bits of fresh fish which then hoed, and the s""il thus taken

cure.For a cut, bind on flour, and it will, also need the opening of the may have been left and pick it over care- from the young plants leaves their

heal very soon. For soft corns, pores, says Mrs. Rupert, who dis fully.boiled Take rice, add an equal a cold amount boiled of egg cold, roots very much exposed to the sun ;

simply dip a broom splint in turpentine believes in massage for the face, chopped fine, pepper, salt and butter. the earth becomes dry. and growth is
and touch the centre of the corn, which she thinks makes it fla''.by. Heat it thoroughly, and serve very hot. checked. At c'ery.plowing of corn

then bind on a little cotton. For a Her recipe for a face powder is one Buttered toast goes nicely with this the soil should be thrown to. and

burn, if the skin is not broken, cotton pound of flour, one fourth pound of f dish.DEVILED never from the stalks. This can be
bound on at once will relieve the oxide of zinc, and one,fourth poundof LOBSTER.-Cold boiled lobster most easily done when the corn is
taken from the shells, cut in small
smart; if broken, bind on flour. The precipitated chalk. She approvesof I pieces;an equal amount of breadcrumbs up } planted on a level instead ot on a

common "cat-tail" of our marshes is a a vegetable diet, but does not be mixed in with milk, a very little red ridge.-DICK. NAYLOR in Farm and
sovereign remedy. Mix\ the down : lieve that anything will make a woman pepper, salt, a good deal of butter and, Fireside.
with j just enough lard to hold it together I of forty five look like a woman ot if liked, a little mustard, ready mixed, .

and apply, it will relieve in a twenty five though she may retain or place is added.the mixture After washing, and bake the in shells a quick, re- Plant your garden at the right time

few minutes the distress of the most secure the healthy complexion of. the o en. with care and precision, and cultivateit

terrific burn, and is equally efficaciousif younger woman. She prefers cold This mixture can also he made into in a like manner, and we will stand

it has become, as it often does, a water to hot for the face ; the use of balls dipped in beaten egg and rolled for the result.

running sore. This is also the Indian soap at night in a good lather well crackers, and makes delicious croquettesif ..

remedy for scrofulous sores. washed ofT, and the use, afterwards, 01! fried.
CURRIED BEEF.-Take steak or roast WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. *
chamois leather rub the face with
FOR SICK HEADACHE, to beef chop or grind it fine, put in a small
: briskly. She disapproves of the use half of to of !
take a small piece of bread, moisten -teaspoonful curry a cupful STILLROLLING
of any grease upon the face, recom beef; add a lump of butter the size of an .. a
flatten out, and then take as much r .
mends salt and bay rum for a hair English walnut, salt; and pepper-cayenne -
Cayenne pepper as you can heap on tonic and enjoins to walk pepper if preferred: very hot.V(t UrIb '.
the of in the women with water let it boil and
point a penknife, lay boiling up, .., "
maintain s l
with elastic and
centre and draw up the bread in the an step a serve on toasted crackers. y J St. Helens,'
dignity of carriage.-Ladies' Home CURRIED OYSTERS-Take of England, is]
form of a pill, taking care that no pep a pint : 46 the seat ofi
Companion. oys>ters. have a white sauce made of nn a bus-<
great
__
per is on the outside, for it the mou h ,
ounce of butter, half an ounce of floi r
or throat smarts it will destroy the Six Savory :Supper: Dishes. to each half-pint of water, and a spoonful
effect upon the stomach. If not re of cream. Then flavor to taste with BE CHAM7s
!
MEAT FISH AND OYSTERS.
lieved in half an hour, take a second curry, salt and }pepper. When smooth
dose. A gentleman after an introduction Housekeepers who have tea or supper and boiling, add the oysters letting themget s are made there and J
instead of dinner at night find thoroughly heated through withoit P they are a specific fort Q
; to me, said: "I wonder if you [ Serve toast. Good House ttHLBnCi all Ncnrou-4 and g
on -
the chief trouble is with the meats. Hill OHS! Disorder'sarising : J
not the I have said I would
are lady keeping. from Weak fetornacli, 1m-
'
"What meat I have? or "Whatcan .....
make can ---- --- paired Digestion and Disordered
I
a pilgrimage to see ? said : :
'.I know of shoulddo I have hot for teasomethingnew Mango Jam and Jelly.A JLiver. 5
no reason why
you a Of all drurgists. Price ,2:; cents a box. J
so." He replied : "Did you not ? is a frequent question. Everynew paper in Queensland suggests, New York Depot, 365 Canal St. w
give Mr.\ B. a remedy for sick head. dish is eagerly tried, and if a says the "Planters' Monthly"\ ol .," ,

ache? He gave it to me and I am success, becomes an institution at H molulu, that mangoes: be utilized for

u cured." It is a great virtue in. this once. Here are some recipes- that are making jam and jelly, as is done here PRINTING OFFICE

remedy, that alter using it a few timesit tried friends, but may: be new to most and in some other countries, with a

destroys the tendency. I have never of the readers of Good Housekeeping view to export. It refers to an excel-

known it to fail. as two of them, at least, came lent marmalade made from this fru't,

An aged physician once said he'had from "over the water." All are con and says that if the fruit be put into FOR.: SALE. .

arrived at an age when he was not venient, as they can be made from the the market: in the ships of jelly and

ashamed to confess that the best and "cold bits" remaining from breakfastor marmalade, it would be certain to i,

most successful part of his practice he dinner. c me into universal popularity, ad
had learned from old women and VIENNA- MEAT\ CAKFS.-Take steak, that it might be manufactured ndn ;'
' If these remedies either raw or broiled chop very fine; for sold at a fair profit. With our abnndant <
nurses. simple meet two cupfuls of chopped steak take half a crops of mangoes, an unlimited I have had placed in my hands y:
approval I am satisfied. There is still salt and ",
small onion, one egg (raw), pepper
of the fruit be
another that I will add. to taste: if the family like mustard, supply preserved can and offer for sale a
use very little. Mix thoroughly and made, but-until it be proved that the
FOR DIPHTHERIA OR CANKER.
make into little round flat cakes. Havean manufacture will pay, no one is
Take common molasses and make it ordinary iron saucepan very hot with likely to start the industry.The .
thick with sulphur; put it in the mouth, melted butter in it; fry the cakes a light 0 .
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Complete
covering every part, and then take Germans brown, and use serve these as cakes hot as uncooked possible., made The Bergamot (Citrus Btrgamid) .
to act the bowels. In from the rind of which the
enough upon a with raw steak, onions, pepper, salt and popular 4
malignant case of diphtheria the mem- mustard, pressed into little cakes and perfume, oil of bergamot, is obtained, ON EASY TERMS.
brane came off six hours after the served with crackers:; or pretzels, as they succeeds as well in the lake region as

first application. H. P. \V. call them. either the orange or lemon, and yieldsan
._ When one has less meat and more
essential oil which commands -
time. a successful way i is to make the a CYLINDEU PRESS, TWO Jon PRESSES,
The Complexion.Mrs. steak into croquettes; cold steak, veal or higher price in market than that obtained -
Anna Rupert, the skin specialist chicken can be utilized in this way most from either of( the other c'trus AND FULL OUTLAY OF TYPE.

of London, in a recent lecture acceptably.BEEF ruits. The editor of the Courier

upon '-'V omen Without Cosmetics," CROQUETTES.-Grind or chop the Informant has a tree at Winter Haven -, .
disapproves in tuto of cosmetics, meat very fine, use as many cupfuls of which is but four years old from the .
bread crumbs as of chopped meat, season
which she affirms seventy-five out of highly with salt, pepper, sage or hud and is fruiting well.-Bjrtow Further information on application to

everyone hundred women use. A celery salt, and a little chopped }ham! Courier Informant.
fair, clear complexion is preferable, cooked or uncooked as most convenient.Mix .
she to and powderedskin all very thoroughly, wet with milk Many Pcrsonc are broken
says, a painted Chas. \W." DaCosta
until it can be squeezed out of the mix down from overwork or household cares ,
and be
she
believes it can se hand will hold Bitters the
ture, take what one Brown's Iron rctcTd:
cured by everyone who will exercisecare. squeeze it as lightly as possible, then system aids digestion' amoves csccts ol tile,
roll it between the palms of the hands and cures Tng-iaria.. c ct the genuine. JACKSONVILLE FLA. ;



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152 THE FLORIDA DISPATCII, FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. [FEBRUARY 25,..1892Our .

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farms at Georgiana, Eau Gallie and boat that may be caught out exposedto From the above it is quite clear

J flatoal! I Wealth, Melbourne have fine flowing wells. To the storm. The damage to the that if any no-frost area is found in

the stranger the value of these wells orange crop can, in a measure, be the Uni'ed States, it" is in Florida,

Brevard County-II. can hardly be realized. The two counteracted by growing the trees I'''and the experience of January, 1886,

We have thousands of of low inch pipes flow about 90,000 gallonsper with low heads, and by leaving heavy makes it equally clear that no por-
acres day, the three-inch pipes from margins around the grove for protec- tion of the mainland is absolutely
utilized
rich hammock that be for
can 180.000 to 200 ooo gallons per day. tion. exempt from frost, but for all practical -
in the Narrows
gardening, especially The pressure is generally sufficient to VERMIN. purposes that part of the State

where this industry than is in carried other on to a force the flow from thirty-five to forty Our greatest annoyance is mosquitoes. lying south of a line from Cape Ro-

of greater the extent any part feet above the level of the river. We have lots of them, good, mano to Jupiter Inlet may be regardedas
country. That these wells have added materi- strictly tropical.
is the obstacle. lively fellows that mean business, and
Irrigation Drought will have greatest to be adopted to ally to the health of our people andto they keep a lazy man moving duringthe North of this line there are places

make it certain and then the value of real estate, is no longera months of July and August. Gen- that are very seldom visited by frosts
a success, we
question. The water is generally a severe enough to do damage.
all kinds of erally, for some three months duringthe any
see no reason why nearly
cannot be to perfec- mild sulphur, while some, toward the summer, they are bad, and come But at long intervals a polar wave of
vegetables grown
north end of the quite such over the country
. tion. We have often county, are nearer demoralizing us than any seventy sweeps
seen
and cabbage salt. To realize the greatest possible known factor in the make-up of the I that its icy breath is felt to the southern -
weighing pounds over
twenty benefit from these flowing wells the point of the peninsula.
head while onions and tomatoes many ills we have to bear in this life.
per all that, could be desired. water should be controlled by pipes Sometimes they are bad for a coupleof There have been two within the

were There varieties of the and hydrants, so as to turn off or on w eks, and then they will almost memory of man. One in 1835 and
are some
at pleasure. another in 1886. The coming of the
that be duringthe entirely disappear, only to return
English pea can grown
FISHINGis next one is beyond the reach of mor-
in numbers
again to torment us
winter, and promise to prove very great ,
remunerative. The results of oneyear's good at some seasons, and rather indifferent perhaps, to teach us the valuable les. tal ken-it may be a century hence,
small scale at others. Our list ol fish is son, that all the good things of this or it may be next winter. But woe to
experiments, on a ,
have encouraged the growers to en large and varied. The mallet, channel world are not to be found in one the rest of mankind when the real
bass crevalli salt South Florida gets a frost. But abso-
their to water trout, place.
acres.
large area over twenty
sheephead, redfiih_, pompano, jew-fish, Sand-flies are bad only among the lute exemption. from -frost. is. not. nec--
THE GUAVA andblue fish abound especiallynear essary to the successful cultivation of!
tarpon near the inlets
mangrove swamps, ,
grows to perfection. Few persons the Inlet. Green turtle are takenin and in the low hammocks, on calm many tropical plants.-REV. JAS. H.
like this fruit at first, but a taste is great numbers, in their season, at days. WHITE, Observer for the Weather

soon acquired, so that one classes Fort Capron. They are shipped North Poisonous snakes are very rare. Bureau of the United States Govern-
them equal to the best. From themwe and sold The ment.
readily at good prices. Our rattlesnakes are huge, hideous .
make jellies, preserves, marma- best fishing commences in June and monsters, but, fortunately, not espe- Strawberries in Mississippi.
lade, catsup, etc., besides canning lasts until December, when the mullet cially vicious, and most easily killed.:

them. The guava jelly, when properly our most numerous and best table A neighbor, and one of our first settlers Strawberries are cultivated very ex-

made, is a very superior article, and fish, go outside to spawn. says he never wants a club more tensively all along the Illinois Central

finds ready sale at remunerative Tourists, who have a weakness for than two feet long to kill one with, railroad, which runs from New Orleansto
prices. The fruit is too tender, and the sport, by taking a competent skip
but with us the length of the club de- Chicago. This road runs through
decays too soon to ship any great dis per, can find duri 'g the winter seasona pends somewhat upon the length of
tance. surfeit of good fishing. The Banana the snake. Mississippi, and at every little station
The guava can, as above stated, be River affords the best fishing in the there are strawberry farms. But there

prepared in so many different ways for northern end of the county, while OUR CLIMATE. will be a decrease of strawberry rais-

market, that recent experiments justify near the Inlet the larger varieties are The climate of a place is its condition ing in the future, as the business has

the belie! that it will .become a val so easily taken that it often becomesan in relation to the temperature, been so overdone that there is scarcelyany

uable fruit product of the county. irksome task in place of a pleasur- and motion of its atmosphere. These, profit to the grower. I would

During our residence here the trees able one. At any point on the whole with clouds, fog and rainfall, are the willingly take five cents per quart net,

have been killed to the ground twice length of the river and its tributaries, principal climate factors. hereafter, if I was certain of that price.

-in 1876 and ten >ears later, when however, a skillful fisherman can meet By our climate I mean : I would plant out more, hoping to
we had trees fiver thirty feet high with fair success under favorable cir I. Florida climate as distinct from realize some profit. The strawberryis
killed, after coming into bearing. We cumstances. that of other parts of the United such a delicate fruit that it is almost

have never known the crop to fail. States, and particularly that of Cali, impossible to ship to Chicago, 800
OUR OYSTERS .. fornia. miles without the continual complaintof
'Vhen'e get comnr.unication so as to ,
ship. this fruit as tar north as Jackson are very fine. Previous to 1878 they 2. Brevard County climate as dis. the merchant, "that your berriesare

ville the same d y that they are were, apparently, inexhaustible, im tinct from that of other parts of the too soft, are running," and -'-A.
mense beds extending for many miles of Florida.: these
picked, we can grow them very profit- State complaints as we continually
ably. both to the north and south of the In No part of the United States, ex- hearing. Before there can be much

GRAPES let. The September) storm of that cept Southern California,'make> evena profit tor the growers, at least one-

been limited year, however, destroyed nearly all pretense at rivalry with Florida in third of those now engaged in the
have to a extent
The grown the beds, and only within the past climate excellence, and because: of business must withdraw from the cul-
only. Scuppernong grows to two or three have they become Failures will drive
but the northern years this our comparison will be mostly rvation. many
perfection, more
plentiful again. With proper cultivation between these states. into other pursuits. The favorite
varieties have
not as yet been a
very
success.Ve have they can be grown in quantises, In 1880 there were three stations strawberries through this section are
gratifying hope,
I and equal to any we have eaten. Asa where there was frost every month in the Cloud Seedling and Hoffman.: Per-
however I
to report more favorably on :
this most delicious fruit ere long. I rule they are not fat, consequentlynot : the year, and. strange to say, one of haps three-fourths of all the straw-
good for the table until December them was in Southern California, berries growing are of the above va

IRRIGATION. owing, no doubt, to our late seasons. where it is so often said "frosts are rieties. The Cloud Seedling was dis

Owing to our extremes in wet and They continue good, however, corre- unknown." covered in the lower part of the State,

dry weather, irriga ion, if not an spondingly late in the season, as we The same year there were but two and is a great acquisition. It is the

actual necessity in fruit growing, will often use them until the middle of stations where thtre was no frost, and largest of berries and bears early and

:. be found very advantageous and June. both of them were in Floridl. late, and produces large crops of ber-

profitable as an investment. For veg- A PARADISEis That it may be seen that even ries; but it is shaped, ragged and

etable growing, however, we considerit not to be found on Indian River, Southern California is far from tropical jagged, and scarcely has the taste of

a necessity, in order to realize profit- however, by any means. We have I quote from the Signal Service the strawberry, but is so large that it

able results. Successful irrigation is, some drawbacks, like all sections and Report for 188, page 336. I says has proved to be a splendid market

fortunately, no lot ger a problem. In all countries we have ever seen. A ot Campo : "Frost every month in I berry. The Hoffman is extensively
the summer of 1888 Mr. Albert S. gale sometimes visits us and does the year 1880. January 28th it fell cultivated, and so far is perhaps more

Magruder sunk the first artesian well more or less damage. Yet they are to zero." Campo is near the Mexican popular than any other variety. The

and made a success of it, in Rock not of yearly occurrence, as some persons line, about fifty miles from the Wilson has nearly disappeared. The
Ledge hammock. Since then several : at a distance imagine. We have coast. Crescent is yet cultivated by some

parties have engaged in the business, now been exempt from one for several On page 577, it says of San Diego : growers, but it is a very inferior berry

have been kept busy, and with such years; our last was on the 3ist of "First frost September 3oth." and must soon be supplanted.The .

success that at the present writing, August, 1880. The principal: damage Page 486, of Los Angeles, it says : best success has been obtainedby
nearly every orange grove at Rock they do is to blow oranges off the "Heavy frost and ice January 28thto a liberal use of fertilizers and the

Ledge, City Point and Merrill's, and trees, sometimes upset a house; if not February 3d, 1880. Last frost of most careful cultivation.-Farmer and

nearly all the pineapple and vegetable securely built, and wreck any small spring March 16th." Horticultucist.F .

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: in Gainesville, taking advantage of the get buyers here, so they shipped themto prised to find it in about the sims

Mate eWsr rock streets and driving around from Chicago -Kissimmee Gazette. condition as when taken from the

--- .... house to house, and thus realizes more Brantley, on Merrill's Island is trees in his grove. Cave storage in

A Zellwood than if he were to ship them. Rock Kentucky where the thermometer
is
grower shipping south of Georgiana; the ground i is low
California. roads and streets are an invitation to : stands at 48 degrees all the year promises .
oranges to and has to be ditched, at least most of
country produce.Sun.Solon i to be a boom to Florida fruit
Some of the Auburndale growers it. The soil is a black loam, and is
Belleview Blade.
have netted over two dollars a box for Mansell, of Sidney, has been well adapted to banana and vegeta- growers :: ,

their oranges. I supplying the Tampa Bay and Alme- tables, as is evinced by their luxurious: It is said that m more* than twenty

The Eustis Lake ria hotels with strawberries for several growth. One may here see fields
Region says there ofl I thousand children in Sweden are
weeks. Last five six in dwarf beans
Saturday
morningMr. or acres ,
the
are peaches on trees already as regularly instructed in tree plantingand
and Mansell brought to the city a half a dozen men on their knees busy
large as hickory nuts, that the kindred subjects. Children in
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number of baskets of luscious them. It be tiresome
will be and large, gathering must
T. crop enormous very early. America should he trained in a like
strawberries which the of the work. better
guests They are bringing a price
ot 'our State manner to admire and understand the
t Many exchanges con-
Tampa Bay feasted upon at dinner than they did two or three weeks ago,
tain of lamentable destruc- beauties of horticulture.
accounts
that day.-Journal. I which is well, for the crop is short.- .
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tion of
property caused by forest fires.
I. R. Advocate.Mr. .
The houses and fences of absentees We hear a great deal said about Put your manure where it will do

especially suffer. Florida farmers not being able to E. L Carney, the well-known the most good.

make a good living out of their farms. orange and lemon grower of Lake
Hands are very scarce here and one Weir in He has
was town Tuesday.
,
From
hundred men and women could find I personal. observation we know just returned from Kentucky where he g CURE FITS !
differently. One of the successful, t
employment at once, at good wages. I i has been examining some lemons ship.J When 187 caI da no. mean: merely to atop them
farmers of
Marion
in
If you want to work come to Quincy. young county, him this month. for a tams: end then bars them rtcr:1.In.. I me.:1 a
the Blitchton district is L. T. Nor ped by a year ago ndicil l csre. I bars: : m"do th*d Mise of FITS EPILEPSY
,
I
"The harvest is great, but the laborers The entire shipment was stored in a or FALLING SICKXIS3 a he-bng Ited,. I
are few."-Herald. II wood, who raises all he consumes, ex- warrant: my remedy to cure the worst cases. Bocausa
the famous Mammothcave.
cept coffee, and has plenty to spare, huge cave near others bare failed ii no mason: for n .t now receirla: a
There is a small factory at and has He saw the fruit in the middleof cure. fie:::d at or ce f-r a tre-.Use and a Freo D .tt'a of
Wekjva I always a dollar or two in cash my Infallible: remedy. Give Express and Poet OHice.
which is manufacturing from native i 1! in his pocket. Such farmers are always the past December and was sur II. (;. HOOT, DI. C., 18.1: Penrl Kt- V. Y.

herbs a very popular medicine for looking after their crops.OcalaBanner. -
poultry, a remedy against fleas, mites, 11111111111111111111111111111111111111:11::IJ:S"s,!'si: r;":::ZZalI 1l111111lIIIIIIIIIiLjr !

tc.j; also medicine for the human S. M. Chandler, Charles H. L. = all farmers knew what some farmers get out |

family.-Item in Orlando Reporter.A Chandler, Dan Sloan and J. of "PLANET JR." catalogues, we could sell |

party who were fishing for mule : Pearce came up from down the 1\1.1 them at a dollar apiece. = .
let
near Beautiful Island the'Fort
says : last Saturday
Press evening, bringing = What is there in them? A lift. A push. A fresh s art. An education. :5
Myers encountered a flock'of them 332 otter hides, 600 coon and = glimpse of new possibilities in farming. Once a nan fcts; interested in studying 5

ducks a mile long and they could 15 deer hides, and they have not got = these machines, he is never the same dull, eis; >-gcnj, fanner again. lie gets 5

not tell how wide. It appears the one-tenth Of the otter coon and deer :: stirred up, restless, dissatisfied with the old slow, hard, \\.isteful ways. He sees how S
birds are not all killed in South = farming may be made to pay, and he wants to begin.If S
hides yet. According to the numberof = you write for the latest "Planet Jr." catalog: now, and STUDY it, it will S
Florida. j coon hides they had with them, = put a new farmer on your place next season-and he will be a customer of ours. E

Mr. J. W. Newberry, the oldest that country certainly must be coon -= Send a postal card direct to us. Z

man among us, markets his oranges kingdom down there. They failed to :: S. L. ALLEN <&, CO., 1107 MARKET ST., PHILADELPHIA. E

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To the Orange Growers and Market Gardeners of Florida:


We produce the Leading Phosphate of the world. It is the cheapest. It is the best. It is a quick, vigorous fertilizer. It increases the crops.

THE BELLEVIEW MINING COMPANY OFFER THEIR BURNT AND GROUND SOFT PHOSPHATE.

Analysis by eminent chemists show that it contains over 50 per cent of bone phosphate of lime that is available at once in !soil water, the balance. 20 to 30 pe

cent, become gradually' available. Experts certify to its having a value as plant food green as it comes from the mine, of over '!;3 per ton as compared with coinmercial

acidulated fertilizers, and no danger in its use. The analysis of our Soft Phosphate, as given by Serge Maly van, of Ocala, is as follows:

Insoluble Silicate! and Sand....... ......18.761 I Phosphoric 27.63 I Oxide of Iron.....,. Magnesia:! and soda 6.59
Carbonate ... 4.56 j Equivalent to Bone Phosphate Lime.60.70 J I Aluminum 2.07 J I Moi-ture... ...... ........ ...... 6.55

4Ir\.I He says your Soft Phosphate, referring to the Belleview Soft Phosphate, will be soluble, by gradual steep, under influence of rain water, provided it is perfectly : -
burnt and: pulverized in tine powder.

Serge Maly van says that after analyzing samples of Soft Phosphate from different mines throughout the State, that the only soluble Soft Phosphate is contained -
in-an area of about six miles at and around Belleview.

The Belleview: Soft Phosphate is especially good for peach, pear and orange trees, grape vines and strawberries: and for cotton and com it has no equal. ,
The analysis of our Soft Phosphate shows that every element it contains i is ab3olutelyesaential as plant food, and every intelligent man will see the importanceof
buying plant food at so little cost per ton.
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-TESTIMONIALS :-

More About Soft Phosphate. rowed this in. I did not measure the yield only gives!' them their dark green color? Certainly' cation have ju"t commences: to start up. Mr. Me
The follow ng in regard to soft phosphate is in my cart as I gathered it. I got as much corn nothing the soil a-it is' poor pine laud. Neither Master" of the firm of McM: >ter& Miller of San
taken from'the Gainesville Sun: from the sixteen row that h That soft phosphate is rapidly gaining favor it as I did from the next thirty rows. 'I. he corn orange tree requ re potash. pho"plionc acid and pres-ed himself as being v,ry much astonished
with the fruit and vegetable growers there is no did not dry up any for want of rain, as the rest f lime ad the pine I..IhlSof Florid.reijuire at the growth of the tree! whne then phosphate
sort of d.ubt. Those: who have given it a test un the crop did. I am well pleased and will use it In muck and phosphate we have all hd been applied. If you will reruembet
hesitatingly speak of it in the must complimentary this year on all my crops." potash. This added gives us a perfect humuS'j the first shipment of Phosphate was made less
terras. Mr. George Saxon, writing from and yet there are men who tell u+ that it than sixty days since.and uutil the last few days
Tallahassee,says! : do. that the raw materials must he manipulated we have had very little rain.
The so t phO'phatereferred to in the granulated Soft Phosphate.Mr by the chemist and refined product fed to our I am. fully convinced that one ton of the Belle-
article, containing the elements of ground bone Sutton, one of our Alliance! exeditors.trees.. What nonsense! I don't believe any such view Soft Phosphate hasa.gr "tef\-aluea a plant
and 50 per cent phosphate of lime (bone phosphate writes as follows: to the Florida Agriculturist on a laws en'ered into the Divine plan of Nature."- food than a ton of any Fertilizer that has ever
)crude as it conies from the mine. This matter of much interest to our farmers: Phosphate Field. been brought into the State,and I would warmly
soft phosphate; was put upon cotton last year "Now Mr. Editor I am the same cran'r still, Mr. :r-uttun has since ordered thirty-five tons to recommend its use to the orange growers in the
alongside cotton seed as fertilizers,and the result only more p.o. on the subject of muck, soft phosphate put on his groves adjoining Welshton. btate. Yours truly
was fully or more than double, in yield of and homemade fertilizers,and. like the D. GREEXLEAF.CEDAR .
cotton over the cotton sted, while it gave four fellow: who killed the: rattle nake. I have the -
times!!the yield over the same land without any rattles to show. My trees are loo tug better according JACKSONVILLE. FLA., June 12. 1891.
fenll er. Rev. T. \V Moore, of Lcesburg looked to age than adjacent grove upon which C. D. SMITH.: President tielleview: Phosphate, KEYS. FLA..Dec. 227. tfcjt.
at this crop while in full fruitage and he said th-t commercial fertilizers have been ustd.! Muck Jacksonville, Florida: C. B. Sm.lth, President Belleview Mining Company -
at that time that the cotton fertilized by this soft lime soft phosphate, stable manure and potash DEAR SIK-Enclosed please find my order for I : .
phosphate c had three time- fruit it than will do with 'have used DEAR SIR-Yours of ith received.' It gives
: ; more on me to ma e a grove and I don't two more cars
that fertilized with eot' seed. this .. five oVftthIB2D&te have me pleasure! to state that 1 have used nothing but
oli Thinking thin I will come in behind in the race with the ton
estimate may have been a little high I put it as chemical fertilizer: men either. Sf with much inten 5t its .- :fSm I the BeUeviewSoft Phosphate on my gr.ve the
above hut I am free to admit that he is a better "Any one having any doubts as to the solubility tree The first car load I applied to something past year, and I hare been mure than satisfied!
judge of such matters than I of have been with the results. The tree are looking a>> well
soft the
am. pi.osphate would have these doubts removed o.erfive hundred trees and results :
J. T. Smith, writing from Levy county.-says: "I by visiting a small grove m Welshton simply marvelous. The adjoining five hundred as they have ever looked e-en when I used expensive
put soft phosphate on sixteen row of corn last which h.s had no other fertilizer in the past two trees received no fertilizing! ,and the difference fertilizers. Many persons have heard of
spring about four fiddofcorn.onabuutan thin fields is .something wouderful. my experiment, and yuu phosphate has ad-
a acre years phosphate. It has not had any cultivation between the two
average quality of the land. I broadcasted the this see suu.and yet it is holding its own On one side every tree has started with a vigorous vanced in their estimation.Very .
sift phosphate o\"erthe laud,after breaking it up with well-worked and fertilized groves If not growth. The finest foliage that I have ever seen truly yours.KKV.. _
well, at about two tons per acre. Then I har- soluble what makes these trees grow; what'in a grove. The trees which received no apph- F. R.13oLaLa

We offer this Phosphate at prices so low that it is in reach of every orange grower and gardener. Prices F. O. B. cars at Belleview Florida :

Per ton: XJnLdxled Ixn IB exile, fi c.oo
Per ton, Dried Ira JbSvillc, .. ba.OO
Per ton: H'-1r.1, GrO'-1I"1c1. Cl.r1cI Sacl ed, S L.OO

Put up in SCO-pound sacks. Orders for less than one ton, 50 cents per ton extra. Terms, cash with order. Send orders, and apply for further particulars. ,

testimonials, freights, etc., to >-
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O GAO! THE STATE FARME1S rUiMRflCE lINn INfflJSTRIAh UNION


No. 8.
VoL VL "Agriculture' is the Basis of Wealth."

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for it let it rot on the yearling more than our representatives
FARMERS'MEETINGS. March 9, 10 a. m.; Ft. Meade, Saturday ? Why not
it is -again ;as do. But while the politicians are
March 12, 10 a. m.CountyappointmentsLake. ground when as cheap
President Baekin, of the State Alliance I Marc marketing? hrowing hot shot at each other, the

,Will Address the Brethren. 16; Orange, March 17; Volusia, Marc I was about to be done, but I wish man who is seeking happiness and

The following circular letter has 18; Putnam, March 22; Clay, Marc one word, one lick at Mr. Goodsell, : wealth will do well to carry in his
at their regular quarterly meeting who writes you of his distributingcentre heart and practice in his life John
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just been issued from the headquarters to be held at such place as the County system-have only five placesfor Randolph's maxim, "Pay as you go.

of the State Alliance: Alliance may determine.The selling. So says the Fruit Ex- Mr. Condon addressed the house
And then there is Mr. Mann, twice before noon, after which a nice
ANTHONY FLA., Feb. 16, 1892. brotherhood will oblige me by change.
securing..: a suitable building at each who goes further and says have only! dinner was spread and all invited to
To the Members of the Farmers' Allis place for the holding of these meet one place-at home. But I say with help themselves. Everything went

ance and Industrial Union of Fio.. ings and arrange for the care of those Brother Harvey, if you have orange off nicely, and it is not only the
Ida who attend. to sell take them to market. What;: wealthy who may be classed as really
may
BRETHREN-Deeming it of vital importance A. P. BASKIN, would you think if I left my eggs ;at good society, for poor folks can be re

that the principles of our order Pres. of Farmers' Alliance of Florida. home in the basket instead of taking fined too. Refined people may some-

as set forth in the Ocala platform, p4 them to town ? And so with my times be mere fashionable idlers.

be discussed so that the people maybe The Grower Comes Last. cabbage, turnips, or what not. If J G.
informed as to the merits of our Editor Alliance Department: have something to sell I put it under< P. S.-Will the farmers ever be

demands; and feeling that, if the peo The great "powers that be," the In the nose of the consumer or turnover it able to make a pure party out of two

pie understood our objects properly, terstate Commerce Commission, said< to someone who will.I old corrupt ones? I fear not. God

the issue would grow in favor and that the orange growers ought to be have a complete plan which I am could never make a pure people out

unite us In a closer bond of union, I robbed. "Why so?" I do not know, certain is "the way," but I am in no of the old idol worshippers of Israel.

'have thought best to visit the several unless it was because they would not hurry to publish it as I have no faithin He raised up one with the childrenfit

counties so that these principles maybe move together for mutual protection. its adoption by any existing or to go over and possess the goodly
fully set forth and the people may] I often feel that sentiment. Our only] probable organization. All I have to land. Isn't this the farmer's chance,

realize the necessity of united action. hope is that the decision of the Interstate say to Mr. Goodsell is for him to hack if there is any-Levy Times-Demo

The recent heavy losses sustained by; Commerce Commission will be( his faith with his money. I believe crat. .
our people in the marketing of our orange changed. This will never be so longas he can buy 75 per cent. of the Florida -I-*--

crop also call for concerted action money is king. The king has; crop another year for $i. oo per box Alliance Cockleburs. I

in order that this great questIOn poken, and ofT go the heads of 5 ooc on the trees, or $1.50 at depots. 1 If Right here, and in this connection,

may be intelligently I settled by cooperation to io.ooo orange growers But it is he can't do this, 1 ask of him not we desire to pay a parsing tribute to

on the part of the growers: the. same old thing as with the cottorjirowers to: give us any more of the "dis the members of this wolfish gang who
of oranges. The marketing of our the wheat growers, the corn tributing centre" stuff. in
vegetable crop must also be con. growers and all of the toilers. The WM. P. NEELD. are as numerous as the cockleburs
the tail of a yearling calf. As we
sidered. box man, the paper man, the nail t. .
It is hoped that a thorough discussion mm, the hoop man, the transporta There was a large gathering of the have before stated, there never was
may lead to the adoption of some tion man the commission man, must Alliance and citizens at the Lebanon and never will be any sort of an organization -

plan upon which all may unite and all be paid. If there be any left the school house yesterday; speaking by wholly exempt from the

give to the growers .the benefit of a grower comes in then, after the ferti V.> D. Condon, of Ocah. Mr. Con perfumed presence of this sweet-
home market and the establishment 01 lizer man, for his little pittance ; and don represented the third party as smelling crew. The best thing to do
central packing houses that will insure all because he lacks the brains to being> the remedy for purifying the is to get rid of them. How does a

the most perfect system of packing make an intelligent protest.: nation. He poured hot shot, bombshells calf get rid of its cockleburs ? They
and other needed advantages.Hon. So it seems from this that the peo and minnie balls into the Eng have to wear off; but these human

A. S. Mann, president of the pIe are howling for the Commission to li-h i lords, Wall street: gold gamblers, cacti never let go. What shall we do
Home Market, has given much time do for them that which they are too Democrats and Republicans, Dunn with them ? The answer is. simple

and attention to the study of this sub stupid to do for themselves. If the Commission and Agnew not excepted He never enough-shed the tail. Like buzzards -

ject. He proposes to establish a pack said carry them for 25 cents poke a good word about our representatives in a distant tree top horse, watchingsome and
ing house in every orange centre during per box, it would be done. If the in Congress and the State poor old tottering -
the coming summer and before the people through their organization said Legislature. He put both parties in wishing for him to fall, these human

next orange harvest; his plans are "this is all we will pay," thus it wouldbe the same balance, and I am very sorry vultures will stand aloof when they

pretty well understood and .indorsedby ; and as the people don't say, the for it to be said of this great Nation,, have ridden the Alliance hobby nearly -
the best posted men on this subjectin Commission don't say: either. So when, according to history the world to death, and, when" she falls, exclaim -
And if the
the State, and they have my hearty you see there is no hope in that direc cannot produce a prouder list of : "I told you miss so!the luck of the
would
approval.He ion. The only hope we have is to patriots than those who rescued the Alliance
all winter and
live
has consented to be present and shorten the crop, and that is fast being American colonies from tyranny and homeless calf, to
address the people, and will no doubt done. I know a great many groves led the way to her freedom and pros die in the heyday of its spring time
rid of certain fellows
offer valuable suggestions and will havean that are in debt and tbe prospect is perity. I am sorry for it now to be glory; it, must get -
it the tail of it
eye to proper locations for the pro. for them to stay in debt. said that there is not an honest man who sticketh to ( )
and ride the
posed packing houses. The people There are three reasons for the in public office, and I hate for it tobe closer: than a brother, remunerativejobs. on

should come our and tender such advice present low prices as I understandthe said publicly that we are sending legislature and other
that proper points be selected, as situation. Bad we ether north, men to Tallahassee whom millionaires These are rather homely illustrations -

a mistake in location would work an poor fruit and glutted markets. This can buy for the va'ue of a bull year- but there is no more forcible
attraction of
injury to all concerned, as well as bad weather we always hear of at this ling. Are we sending men there who way of showing the fellow gravitation -

endanger the usefulness the system. time, this poor fruit cry is always love and respect the liberties of their than by knocking individualsas a
Other speakers will be present to raised after Florida has a little frost, country no better than this ? If so, Ido down[ with a rock. Such
Alliance-
discuss the Ocala platform and other and the vast quantities of mid season hope that they may go through the we have mentioned are
there is in it and
of interest the I think that influence of the and men for the money ,
subjects to our people, ranges cause gluts. refining gospel,
making these meetings important to South Florida ought to hold her oranges that they will take for example the not from principle or high appreciation -
doneto
all. The ladies are especially invited.I until after the first of January, three young men who were under the of the injustice that is being

therefore make the following ap white North Florida ought to market: large poplar tree by the roadside when the farming interests. Let us put
foul incubus
pointments: Palatka Tuesday, Marchi hers by the above date. But can you Major Andre passed, and probably carrying them from us as of a the order. W.upon M.

10 a. m.; Sanford, Thursday, March get people to do this? No, say I, no. American liberty in his boot the good in name Gainesville Sun.-

3, 10 a. m.; Oakland, Saturday, March Why is it that you will all ship fruit le g. His purse of gold and the promised BLITCH, ",

; 5, xoa. m.;Titusville, Monday, March 1 I when you know YOU have: only the pensions could not bribe them. l Disordered Liver et right with BEECHA.1T&
7, 10 a. m.; Arcadia, Wednesday, I ghost of a chance for getting anything i Probably they stood in need of a bull IIXS. :



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Mt. Dora Ohautauqua. I lifetime, or else seek a more economi-' A large number of the Florida I RICH FLORIDA LANDS

Editor Alliance Department: I cal country to die in, if he desires that orange growers say that the killing: of

The time for our Chautauqua draw- his family should have the benefit of the forests in that Sate rout be stop _. -,.

eth nigh. In your former letter I his life work. In conclusion, we do': ped, or the culture of the golden fruit t. ,

think you spoke of probably being unable not suppose that the instance above be dropped.If la ,

to publish in full our programme.By cited is, by any means, an exception i

making the following statement to the rule under this infamous fee 1 you raise sunfl,wers save every

and then printing the programme as system, and everyone that expects to, seed. Young fowl relish them duringthe

per enclosure, the end will be met : live and die in Florida, should ponderthe co'd, bad winter months.

During every day of the assembly, matter and set about to change I -

excepting both Sabbaths, there will from a fee to a fixed salary system, .i

be a devotional meeting at 8:30: a. m.; and let the fees collected by law, go GONSUMPTIONp

normal class at 9 a. m.; n a. m.; cho into the tre.\sury, instead of into the I I hive a positive remedy f jr the above disease: ;by its

rus rehearsal; 4 p. m., normal class; officers' pocktt. If the salary system I use thousands of cases: rf the vnrst kind and of long *n QiIN., b
6:30: m., chorus rehearsal. is the thing in State e'lndmg have been cared. Indeed no strong is my fail- i
p. right matters, .
in its e.Jc cy. tint I w II send TWO BOTTLED FUZZ, no .
The following, as to expense, you then why not equally right in county a VALUABLE TREATISE onthlSdj : -..- -, ,..:...::-
ferer who will J -
sen ma their Ex'reaanJ
might also print : matters-St. Andrews' easetoann'1f'l .c .
Messenger. T. A. Slocum, SI. C., 183 -
Board at hotel $2 per day, Of$Io per i Farmers and Think.
Stop
week ; single meal, 50 cents ; lodg

ing, 5o.cents. Cheaper, but substantial WHY Spend the best years of your
provisions may be had at the SOUTHERN SEEDS GROWN\\ ON SOUTHERNSOILICOJCE lie cultivating the soils 01 the frozen

lunch counter. Tents may be rented North and West raising crops on which

for the session as follows: 10x10, $3; the freight is often not realized, when

10x12, $4; 12x14, $5; 12x16, $6; XKOTirilR' rAllXERSI Compare my prices of Seed, especially COTTOXicith you can buy land from the undersigned,
SEEI), others and see if I am not In sympathy tclth 1/oll--aml atrare of the
12x18 rich and fertile as known lands
$7. stringency of the times Below you trill find prices of a few specialties. Write for price- any ,
By the day, respectively, 50 cents, list of many other varieties. and where you can raise a crop that the

60. cents, 75 cents, $i and $1.25. Little Red Cob-All Corn-The best and surbushel| ?5C, per peck; 35C. per quart, by mail, United States Government will pay a
est corn for the South. Has! been grown and postpaid.
Cots, 50 cents each per day. sold by us as a specialty for many ye.irc and BOUNTY of $100 on each acre.
Persons desiring to arrange for has! Riven universal satisfaction. livery ear for Jones' Improved Extra Early Prolific HOLD On, this isn't all. You can sell
seed carefully selecte'l. Price $2.00 per bu;h>l; Herlong tton See 1-Most hardy, earliest.
tents, cots and other furniture should soc. per peck; 350.per quart, by mail, postpaid. most! prolific and profitable type of mnny v.ln. the said crop right there in your home
write early to R. C. Tremain, Mt. Pearl Corn-Verv, very prolific. Makes most etle upwards.. Price 6cc.75C.per per bushel.bushel' ; five bushels and market for $250 per acre. You ask for
Dora. beautiful meal and hominy and is unsurpassed I "
the "How" and the "Wherefore.
for roasting! ears. Price same as Little Red Cob. Improved Peterkin-Price same as Merlon g.
Season tickets, $2.50; single day Early Field Corn-Blount's Prolific, Champion I The Peerless--Vt-ry. very prolific, and has Quite right-facts and figures count best.
tickets exercise tick White Pearl and Golden Beautv. Three best given: mo-l perfectati f ctlon supply limited.
!single
35 cents; I varieties. Seed t are Northern grown and ma-I I I rice Si oo per bushel; 5 bushels and upwards, Plant the Lana with Sugar Cane.
ets, 25 cents. Children under six tures very early iu our climate. Price 12.25 per ?5C, per DUsnel
years, free; under twelve and over TO OLD Farmers and careful perusers -
of the fact that there is now
six tickets papers,
cents
10 a day; season 50
cents. established near Kissimmee, Fla., the

All persons should report at the ho. St. Cloud Sugar Refinery, is stale

tel, where all needs will be met and f f: \ news.Ve are talking to all our
information furnished.B. friends. Sugar cane can be raised as

L. STAFFORD. cheaply as corn, and Uncle Sam will

pay you a bounty of woun
Salaries vs. Fees in Office. the manufactured. sugar. The St.

We have a case in point taken from Cloud plantation in Osceola Co., Fla.,

the records that will serve to illus r averaged 4,500 pounds of sugar to the
acre last year, and it will go 5,000
trate the workings of this fee system,

as follows (omitting names) : A man pounds this year.METHODS .

died in this county, leaving no estate ? This isn't the only big

for administration save a few head of chance of your life, however. The

l loose stock. The administrator, by I cultivation of rice lands about Kissimmee -

order of court, sold the stock at auc is to become an assured, profitablefact.

tion for cash in hand, and realized There is no richer or better

$138.25 from the sale. This money 't "- :: -It rj= truck and market-garden lands in the

was kept by the administrator about a umiptlgitl4lihplllltpI; n= M, world than the land on the ,rich overflow
=
year and a half, paying no interest for :;s ;, or bottom lands about Kissimmee.

the use of the same and last Dec em !; .. .. ,. Write, for confirmation, to Col.)
m ..- .. ,
oer he rendered his final account, and A. K. McClure, editor PhiladelphiaTimes

here are the items of expense of ad JOXF9S MILO1': who has personal- knowledge.Then .
ministering same-fees of Those who.have not planted this splendid new melon, don't fail to try it. It is one of the very in lands for
County best for family use and market. Grown to an immense size, often weighm' eighty pounds. Price, orange groves, or
Judge $18.90, fees of administrator I $1.00 per pound; if by mail, add ice. for postage; one-quarter pound, by mail, postpaid, 3SC:. groves already cultivated or bearing,

$54.80-toal: officers' fees $73.70- : HEADQUARTERS FOR GEORGIA WATERMELON SEED. I can satisfy you that your best interestslie

$13 was paid for driving up the stock, GEORGIA Is the Home of the Melon, Nowhere do they Grow to such 1'erfectlon. in seeing me before any one else.

$5 .for apprai>ers' fees, $5 advertising' Kolb Gem-As a shipping melon it has no equal. Forage C"OPC Pearl Millet, Amber Cane,
Can supply this in large quantities. Price 75C White and Yellow Millo Maize etc. Price 2oc. BEAUTIFUL HOMES. The health
fees. $30 paid out to a bogus widow, per pound; 5 pounds and upwards SOC. If by per pound by mail, postpaid.
leaving only $12.55 for the old help mail add ten c nts fur postage. X pound.: 3Sc. Chufas--Price$3.t'IO per bushel; $r.oo per peck; 'ulness and beauty of Kissimmee
by mail, postpaid. Rattle Snake sc : 3 less widow ot the deceased; and all Sugar Loaf Florida Favorite and Lone Mar,
this expense was incurred without any : $1.00 paid.per pound; U. pouud, by mail, 350.. post Spanish per peck.Peanuts--Price $z SO per bushel; soc. diphtheria, no consumption, no pneumonia
in fact read our medical
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contest, suit, or protest from anyone. I Cantaloupe Melons.-Nixon and New Orleans : Asparagus Roots--Colossal-:standard variety, ,
villas
We cite the foregoing, not for the Market. Best adapted. to our Southern cli-i f?5C per:orders.moo; $5.00 per 1,000. Special prices for report. Beautiful cottages, or
mte. and very b &t to be grown for market. i larger lots suitable for residences. Writefor
w purpose of intimating or presumingthat Price $1 oo per pound; 35c. per % pound, by !' New Palmetto Most even and regu'ar in
these charges were not Unknown Pea-Without doubt the hest and j' too. COME SOUTH And untold
t all fully authorized by the unintelli- most prolific field pea in the work) If you I'I Texas Blue Grass Sets--This grass is the gt.t
gible fee bill now in force in this State, wish to make peas and enrich your soil" plant I greatest wimerand earliest springgrassknown! quantities of the grandest climate in
noothe-. "A word to the wise is sufficient. splendid for pasturage and makes a most
each of
world free with acre ground
but for the purpose of argument Price $ISO per bushel ; SDC. per peck ; 25C. per bt-aulifullawn. Sets 25C.per too: $1. 5 per 1,000. the
against this old and much abused system pound, by mail, postpaid. i If by mail,add sc. per 100 for postage.If purchased. Come where you can till

of compensating officers of the you remit money order, take order on MILLEN, GA. If you remit by draft send tank the soil twelve months in the year
draft and not personal on't fail to write for price-lut.
law in fees, instead of fixed salaries. At least write to me for full Dart cuIa
PHILLIP JONES The Georgia Seed Grower "31. ('ANNON"KI.'tl&m
From perusing the items quoted HF.t:7NDon.: r.FnJ"T4.Qfl ; ( .
above one would readily conclude e, Fla.

that while, Florida is a good country PRAY YOUR UIT TREES i VINES \st"nt for the for AwwlHt the land. l or Hallway the DUMon lands rnmpanlts, and ti .,
minds of Kt"lIlmfJlIp \Jd C'o.
live in it is
to expensive \ti
an
countryto ; WormyProit and Leaf Blight of Anples.Peara.Cherries EXCELSIOR $ Phosphate. sugar cane, rice, truckinguit
OUTFIT
die in, and unless a change is madein Gripe and Potato Sot Plum Curculia prevented by name timber general armingk
ALWAYS SPLLS AT COOD PRICES.OatalogDeshowi.! grazing, ,
this lee system, a man had better : iq PERFECT all-injurious FRUIT insects to Fruits mailed free Large mock. of T..uu..'rait.Trek'lne nd home lands Send (for trap showing
either settle his own estate during his I I aDd BenT t'iaats"DottoUl.r1cea.v.u.: lands.



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FY
fARMCRSAUIANCCCONMIUMTCD
Open to subscriber+! only.WANTRD SALE-One second hand Washington I front properties in the wh le Stat .
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or grove. Can locate a few: choice homesteads.
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Leghorn PuMetts. O. C. KNOX Highland Nurseries PAGE & HAMMOND,
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ORANGE WRAPPING MACHINES should be ter,to order of ':; E CJ .
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.the difficulty 1 I.. reached and th caus r.-
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have for sale a few pair ida. moved, fullr explaln In circular, with afUNvltft -
BKRKSHIRES
pigs from registered stoCK, To all who remit $4.00 I will send ( and ifstlnnmlaisof cures from prominent .
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Busby's aud Shawl Necks. Price, $2.50 per iJ-

R. B. BULL, Bradfordville. F.a. 2-1S-3t Enterprise. Price $3 a year post The Ertb ').1" .'

7 I 0 0 LOQUAT sizes and TREKS for sale cheapr\'arious paid, or 25 cents a copy. Subscrip With Hoe,SOW FERRY'S SEEDS and '
perfectly healthy R. H.
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PORTER,Sunny :Side nurseries,Leesburg, Fla. tions taken at this office, where a sam .. nature will do the rest. -
Seed largely determine the
harvestalwaysplant
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I3t pIe be seen. Any person .; the best-FERRY'S. ,
copy may
i t NURSKKY TREE STAKES for sale A book full of information about Gardens-bow i:
0nnn cheap. Fo.ir feet long and good! as wishing a free trip to the World's Fair I and what to raiseetc.,sent free to all who ask
for>t->?l Ask .
new. R. H PORTER, Sunny Side Nurs'ries. today.D.
Leesburg, Fla 2-18-31 should address"/ B. Can/+bell, Editor I j M. FERRY/"/ P. O. Box 1071

FOR SALE or exchange for city property and Publisher, 218 La Salle Street, & CO., / DETROIT, MICH. r..

choice dry hammock land .in Lawtry, II VCI1Uh.
Bradford County, ,!I'h a good 7-room house partly Chicago, Ills. .'", Cutu\ta>-
frC!C.Jt"d; a large piazza and a good barn. Three
"T/ie Wot Id's Columbian IJj
acres under cultivation, the balance about ready ExpositionIllustrated' HAKROIVS AND: CULTIVATORS.
to. There ate about 50 bearing trres. Price '
and the FLORIDA DISPATCH 'h
51500. Address c. OLSON, 20 East Bay street, I keep in stock seven styles cutting In width
Jacksonville!" Fla. 2-etat FARMER AND FRUIT.GROWER for one from two((2)) to six ((6) teet, at prices from $to.oo
"t I
to Mt.oo.. bend fur cata ogue.

FOR'rYACRES.Its ; 4 mHesftomTampa yards, etc; good; cleared house; year, mailed to any address, for $4. E. S HUUBAKD Gen.Federal State Point Agent Pla.

and buildings: price, $750, or will sell paiL iiV

JAMES LONG Tampa. 2-11-31.!. C. W. DACOSTA,

WANTED. By a in man an of orange experience grove., a Address position Publisher FLORIDA DISPATCH, FARMER GRUB AND STUMP PULLER. :

Box 40 San Mateo. Fla. 2-11-31 AND FRUIT-GROWER.
s \ have the most practical and powerful Grubbing -
FOR SALE-Whippjrwill pees, per bushel, f.o. \\\2\ Machine on earth. Simple in construe
.. $2.00; Conch pea (limited quantity), per Jon and operation. Will pull a l-inch tree of
pound, post paid. 2oc; Chufa seed per pound STATE BANK OF FLORIDA .tump with one horse in 2 to 4 minutes' time.
post paid. 35 millet, per pound. post paid jsc; four pounds! I sill last a life time. We have a safety lock, a
'1.25; ten pound, f. o. b.. $2.00. Send cash with .u.e......... s.u..au.aaaraal.Sare :ake-up on the spool,that saves wearing the rope
order. EXCELSIOR SEED FARM Keuka, PI... jut in a short time-one of the principal objec-
2-4-tf yor ixcoi r0RATED." guaranteed to cure the disease known in .lons to all other machines of this cla"s. We
Florida as.Salt-sick. They will make any animal guarantee satisfaction! to our patrons. Price of
BEGGAR WEED SEKI>-Perlectly clean and eat.put on flesh, att I have a glossy: coat I it wilt nachine complete F. O. B. cars sigourney, Iowa.i7S ,
ed. free from chaff; sow 6 to 8 t:poundsper JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. take but one package to convince you Ask your and $S. Agents wanted. Territory for sale.
acre,broa.tcastaud harrow; supply limited; merchant for them A sample package will be Vnte fur catalogue.
price per pound, any quantity 250..or by mail I sent you by mail for 35 ct... Write to IOWA GRUBBER CO.
35C. bend rash with order to EXCELSIOR SEED W. G. TII.GHMAN.Falaika ,
FARM, Kenka, Putnam Co., Fla. z-7-tf Capital, $30,000.00 i Fla. ie-M-i7t Sigourney, Iowa. ;;,',

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THHJacksonville ... .

GREAT OFFER V1F o* Y '| UPRIGHT PIANOS.Pianos FLORIDA I

I I' FINEST 'ACTOUY
Tampa l... and
Organs, :; IX UNITED STATES.

$35 Always ready for QUICK SHIPMENTS of FinestOntrialin
Pianos and Organs Direct to Your Homes.

& Key West SystemAND I I y our btlore Koine From REV.JAS M. POTTS- D. D.,editor of Michigan "

= paring for. Christian Advocate.Detroit.Mich.: "To StY that
them.Addren we are delighted with the Piano does not express
the fact. VVe are jubilant. If all your instruments
The T.Swoar & Son Pianos & Organs are as fine in appearance and as pleasing in tone as + .
BEAVER FALLS PA this one, your patrons will rise by the hundred." r .w

i EAST COASTLINES. From PROF. I;. 11. PECK Valhennoso Springs Ala.: .oWe could not be pleased better with
the easing: or tone:quick in response and melodious.. In short we are highly pleaSed with the organ."
From B. D. GRUG. Adair+ville Ga.: "I am well pleased with the organ in every respect. It is
Southeast South and all you claim it to be."
Extending "From Y M. C. A per J. G. COOLEY, Hillsboro, N. C.: "The organ gives entire. satisfaction.Ivery .
one who has seen it is very much pleased with the instrument and the price on the same."
Southwest from Jacksonville, cover From BEN. P. STEELE Prescot Ark.: "11y family is well pleased in every respect wits the
rgan. How you sell them so cheap is a wonder."
over one thousand miles of tropical

country, and reach all prominent -THE-

k mGQUTFITSPERFECTION {tlorida Central & ferpsiilarRAILROAD '
{ winter and summer pleasure resort-!

i.twl I.MM;*!tiuprovrti m tucitpm* I tu t'trriwtiu.oitlre ..
of Florida : PawiMMir the uquM aiii ni, iicalljaiiray 1OO Tr-r i'rr Hour. I CO.
i t a mane tae Little Gr.i ant I Garfield Knapaack Sprarer Sun the Vvrmorrl.prartinixle .Sue
,mint ronn-Mnlual spray.Sltin t the w rl The Florida Trunk
THE EAST COAST U't(vlhSulphatr of Copper.PartCrrrn atnl ladd l n Purple at a hdr.ale|prtee.. Caialocar trrc.Wrn uaddreuplsiulyetriaseounty.FLELDFORCEPUMP billaSHoRT1LINE
: CU.126BrlsWlAvaLOt UUTXY,

THE GREAT LAKE REGION,

THE PHOSPHATE FIELDS, JOHN CLARK, SON & CO., TAMPA.

THE PINEAPPLE FIELDS, -

THE ORANGE GROVES GROCERS S AND COMMISSION( MERCHANTS( In addition tions to its with long-established the North by connec-

River Junction, Live Oak.Callahan,Jacksonville -
i AND and Fernandina,

THE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE -DEALERS IN- Has this season re-opened

SECTIONS. Coal Hay Grain Wines 81 Liquors Cigars Tobacco Etc PB ffiomasville and fjonticello Route.
,
Tn connection with the S., F.&; W. R. R.:the
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Alabama Midland and the L.& N.and the lines
leading from Chicago St. Louis, Kansas City
and the North and West.
THREE THROUGH TRAINS PRICE LIST WHISKEY..
Through Cars from Cincinnati to
Harker..._..........._...... _...__......*r. 75 J *l. tllii R9e..._......_.............S3.O1' Jacksonville and .
.y, VIA UrHllltr Vallcy_._._....................... 2.OO V'1"llnhl. .:utde...._............._.... 4.OC Tampa.Fast
spri.p Va'ley ..................._.......... 2.51) Old 11..llrbo.I..._......_._._....i.... o.0( Schedule, I'ulltnan Sleepers, all Modern -
"'orlli Care lua Corn...... ......... 2 5U Kentucky Sour .'Ia.h.........__ 5.Oi llallicay Itnprocniirntt.The .
. Clifton C'lub .................._. ............ Old Ilaker............ _...._......._._..... 5.04.
.TIio Toidllly Trnnk LIP Montrose Velvet........_....._..........SG.00. Florida central I Peninsular

Jigs extra: 1 gallon 25c., 2 gallon 50 holey order, check or registered letter. We cannot ship C. O. D. to dry towns, finest parts of Florida traversing twenty-four
lines are equipped with the counties-Gadsden..Iefferson, Duval Alachua
A list Groceries and Wine list
of free
y complete price sent on application. Lake Leon suwannee Nassau Levy,Orange,

.. est improved modern appliances for .Tr hn C'11nrlcnn fr. Or U iIlsboro ugh, Wakulla, Columbia. Clay,
>. Marion Polk, Manatee. Madison.Baker Bradford -
Sumter llernando and DeSoto-m their
ic safety and comfort of passengers. ; richest portion. It runs through the Middle -
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-" I I 1892. rJ.. For Over Thirty Tears Florida Region of Hill Country where are
)ur patrons call them the I I the tine oldFarming
we have always had very pleasant dealings together, the Lands and the Yew Tobacco
i! s wpublic and myself, and 1 again have the pleasure of Farms
FINEST IN FLORIDA.
presenting to them my Annual Vegetable and
i\ I1 lower Seed Catalogue. It contains the usual (reached by no other line), some of them conducted -
'-- '_ immense variety of seed,with such new kinds added on a large scale. Here are Quincy,
Trains leave Jacksonville, via J., 'I j t ,as have proved to be acquisitions. Raising many Tallahassee (the capital}),Monticello. Madison
of these varieties myself, on my four seed farms, and other towns from whose comfortable,
K. W., 8.50 a. m., daily except and and purity testing,under others such, I reasonable am able to conditions warrant their as arc freshness contained ample dwellings reposing in a fertile country -

.--- r in my Catalogue. Having been their original intro is coming a renewed energy to employthe
iday ; 12.15 p. m., daily ; 4.00 p. ducer, I am headquarters for choice Cory Corn MillerMelon. resources lavished about them. Stretch-
; Eclipse beet Hubbard Squash Deep Head, All Seasons and ing down throughThe

')- i., daily except Sunday. Arrive 6.30 1892.f a.Warren I. II.Cabbage.GIMZGOIHr Etc. Etc.Ss Catalogue HUN, Murblehead Kit KE to all., Mass. 1'each Country

of Baker Bradford Aiachua and Levy coun-
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;: n., 12 55 p. m., 6.10 p. m. ties, through the prosperous
NURSERIES OF THE StrairberrjFarm*
Trains leave via East .
Jacksonville, of Lawtey Starke and Waldo perhaps superior -
in profit to the orange grove-if goes
oast Lines, 8.00 a. m., daily; 4.00n. Milwaukee-Florida Orange Co. through the heart of the State penetratingsome
of the finest groves one having
., Sunday only; i.oo, p. m., daily Selected strains of Choicest Varieties of Citrus: Fruit Trees a Hp"cialty. ;().ooo Full-bearing Orange Trees,
Bu'ldln: -Woof for Rale at all times. passing for nearly a mile between them-

ept: Sunday. Arrive 11.50 a. m., ur stock is large and complete. PROMPT ATTENTION TO CORRESPONDENCE. For making its way southward to the Gulf and to
the more tropical portions of the State. In
40 p. m.INDIAN. Catalogue and Price-List, address, all portions of the State it reaches points of

A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla. Scenic Interest

.; RIVER STEAMERS.Leave Wakulla Springs In the West the Suwannee -
River as beautiful and romantic as it is
3 OVERTON PAINE
E. T PAINE. famous Silver i the lake regiort.and ,
Titusville 6.00 a. m. daily COMPANYJACKSONVILLE the lakes themselves, with their sur-
THE PAINE FERTILIZER roundings of rolling land interspersed with
xcept Sunday for Rockledge, Eau pleasant homes in green groves, sloping downto
FLORIDA. the clear lake fronts. Dy means of this

allie, Melbourne, and way landings. Office 50 West Bay Street Warehouses an t \Vharve;at the terminus of the F. C.&;P. R. R., road you can most readily reach the
St.Johns Ever, East Jack..onvllle. Hunting and Fishing Grounds.
' Leave Titusville 7.00 p. m. Moniys The settler will find on the line of this roada
Manufacturers/ of Commercial Fertilizers. greater opportunity for a varied selectionof
'. Wednesdays and Fridays, for land than on any other road in the State-
r Who. sale tie lers In and importer all kind'. of Agricultural CnemlcahHend from lightest soils to those underlaid with
upiter and way landings : Connect- us your name and we will null you trim tlm 11 time much general Information clay and marl and of richest hammock-
for mixed farming, stock or
.. whether regular
rPesrdln'' w"Mo.'tpi' n i".rp 0'\If v..t..h'' r-'tlu." In "lorM' *
dairy fanning peach or strawberry culture,
ng at Jupiter with trains of J. & L. orange groves and vegetable gardens.
9'' The tourist will be gratified with its scenery.
V. Railway for all points on Lake TooIs The health-seeker on its ample route can find
New Planet Jr some spot adapted to his wants. On the hard
vVorth. lay roads of Middle Florida the horsemanwill
I ride with speed and satisfaction and the
Florida Central and Peninsular is the
For schedules, maps, etc., call on
Among other things TWO NEW GARDEN DRILLS. One sows either Sportsman's Route

vocal agents or address the General IN DRILLS OR HILLS, the other in addition, SOWS FERTILIZERS EITHER NOTE.-Passengers from Northern connec-
tions having tickets over the Florida Central
ABOVE OR BELOW THE SEED. and Peninsular to points in South Florida
Passenger Agent. Great improvements too in "PLANET JR." COMBINED SEED DRILL AND have the privilege of being taken into Jacksonville -

R. B. CABLE, W.L. CRAWFORD. WHEEL HOE, in the DOUBLE AND SINGLE WHEEL ROES: and marked stop-over over within the Company the going line limits and alloweda of the '

General Manager Supt East Coast Lines, changes In HORSE HOES AND CULTIVATORS. ticket with return to their route for destination -
i
attractive for 1892. free of extra. charge. Send for map of
The fine NEW TOOLS offered in 1S91 are made still more
J.,T.& K. W. System. St. Augustine,Fla.G. Florida, mailed free.
D. ACKERLY Y, SEND IMMEDIATELY FOR NEW CATALOGUE and full description of all the A. O. MACDONELL, G. P.A..
goods as now made. It is Impossiblo to undertake any satisfactory description here. Jacksonville Fla

General Passenger Agent. S. L. ALLEN & CO., HOT Market St., Philadelphia Pa. N. S.PENNINGTON. E.MAXWELL, Traffic, General Manager.D. Manai'erFEBUUAi .
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THE LEADING FURNITURE HOUSE OF THE STATE.

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{ LARGEST STOCK SOUTH OF BALTIMORE.

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c"rr. : 4 0 Latest Designs in Parlor and Bedroom Suites in Antique Oak

''''')()' Walnut and Imitation. Hall Stands
'fl ''l'e 8 -C:' 7' rr Mahogany, Cherry, ,

OU"ltCt,. \.J 8 Bed Lounges, Willow, Reed and Rattai

4. Goods, Desks of all Kinds and


WE SELL *te AND 42 i- Styles.


[YOU TIlE BEST BA Y S-r

GOODS FOR THE LEAST: MONEY. ., ACKS


HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. ONVILLE I F LA.

'" *:\ Car pets; Meetings, Curtains, Window Shades, Hanging Lamps, China and

: Crockery Sets, Tin Toilet Sets, Mirrors, Curtain Poles and Brackets.
).

i'.r..: 0 Hotels Boardin Houses Shins. Steamers Offices and Private Residences; Furnished from Top to Bottom.When .
: writing. pl an\n-eml'in this nuner
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; NEW DISCOVERY ACCIDENT
REMEDY
ROOT ROT
In compounding a solution a part was accidently spilled on the band
i and on washing afterward it was discovered that the balr was com
pletely removed. We at once put this wonderful preparation. on the ,
market and so great baa been the demand that we are now Introducing
throughout the world under tbe name of Queen's Anti-llalriiie,
-.- IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND -A SeRE CURE FortMi1eGmi.--

._ 4 SO SIMPLE ANY CHILD CAN USE IT.
1"-4 J:? :-.;.:. Lay the balr over and apply' the mixture for a few minutrs. and the
t .fi : "ti: hair disappears! as if by magic w itbout the slightest pain or injury when .
.g = 51ii-J4.:$ applied or ever afterward. It unlike any other preparation ever used
:.:",, g4 1- fora like purpose. Thousands of LA))1"I-S\\ho have Leen annoyed I
f = 7E::=iEfiffJA.:1wltb: hair on their FA CJ.. :NECK and A TIMS attest its merits.
...;}!;t'--. 7! #:' ?l ; u ENTI.Y.l\I" X wbo do not appreciates beard or hair on their neck, SFOR INFORMATION AND TESTIMONIALS APPLY TO
: ,
-. -ifY flndaprlCl"lSS boon In Queen's Antl-IIRhllle\\hlcb does away
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with Shaving by rendering Its future growth an utter Imposstblllty
Price of Queen's Antl.IIafrine Ill. per bottle sent In Nlfetv mailing bop postage paid by us(securely
sealed from ob"l"rvatlon). Send money or stamps by letter with lull II dd rf>!rS written plalnl1'. CorrE'sponden" \ SANFORD FlA.
,, D. A. CALDWELL.
''r'ctJy confll1/"ntlal. Th'' advertllpmpnt!! III honest and straight forward In every word It -
contains. We invite yon to d.al with U.end you will find everything as rE'prpspntf'do Cut this out and
s'nd to-day. Address QUEEN CHEMICAL CO.. 174 Race Street, CINCINNATI!O. You can
register your letter at any Post Oftlce to insure Its safe d lIv.ry. "'..will pay" 8:00 for any" case
. failure or aUJbtestinJur1'to any purchaser. Every" bottle guaranteed i IT WILL PAY .
.... SPEC i&I To ladies who IntrodtK and sell among their friends 25 Bottles of Queen's Anti-Halrine.
will present with SILK DRESS 15 yards best silk Extra Large Bottle and sample I
of silk to select from sent with order. Good Salary or Commission to Agents.. THOSE

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lIt.';--," --5 --..&. .0 ONEYEAR' iiNl postage> Ua and 10 the CilN'Ta names,and to pay audre Orange 1 Growers and l Vegetable Growers =

A MAN for t145n 0 ..sesof five lady friends that you
think wuuld like sample copies of
HIS NEIGHBOR! The Household Pilot," and
will mail it to you one year F1CKK we Who wish to obtain the highest market prices on their Oranges and Vegetables to
: = paid onlyS375. of co<*t. A large 8 pane,40 column. use the fertilizers manufactured by the ,. '',*..
. i Illustrated Household and Farm
.r !!s Journal oneol the best in existenceNow RELIABLE FIRM '
AND ,
OLD ESTABLISHED
For the very an mr in its! 13th \ear. Devoted to
I iauo. ahortand interesting Stories, Fancv
Neither me was north Work Fa-hiunH!, Hurt cultural.Agricultural "
% i a nickel over$:WO. and evc-n'thingofiutert"st: to THE L. B. DARLING 1 FERTILIZER CO. ;
insure Yourself r the whole family. Large CASH
I] against paying w//. ; PRIZES:: given away. Address,
,. FREE!' Pilot
hlla.l,; buying Publishing Co.,
direct Lrom New Haven, Ct. of Pawtucket, R. I.,

HIDDEN BATES Savannah Ga. -.-- -- r W
Who manufacture only the highest grades of animal fertilizers. These fertilizer "!
Who hare but Awe P-f,And that the In*********. *
.You eipl pvr them more than Instruments SPRAY are so made that they keep up a Vigorous, Healthy Growth, and remain in tit ..
are actually worth. They are not built that way. soil until the Tree or Plant can take it up.
Write for Latest SPECIAL OFFERS.
Southern office and warehouse at Jacksonville, Florida.

PUMPS MADE BY O. B. WEEK, Ntafc Agent,

..-, Bo 1i'Ick Block.
. THE DEMIIMCCO. :No. S "

6h. SALEM OHIO. Catalogues describing our fertilizers, with prices and testimonials, sent fre
h .
Write. for Catalogue and TREATISE ON SPRAYING upon application. '
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Our fertilizers have given the very best of results wherever they have been:
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used. 10-29-Cm ;. .

FOR SALE,

TO ALL BUYERS
i or would exchange for bearing grove and pay
t cash difference Forty acres of rich Pine Hammock o OF
land. Thirty acre cleared, together with
plank causeway # mile Ion with dock and
ferry I mile from Granamville. on Ocklawaha FANCY POULTRY.
River;4 miles from Silver Springs. AddressA.
II
TREADWEZL.L. j ATTENTION!

Redding. Conn. h a" fowls sent
HEREAFTER by express,
7 -t will go at one-half the former
v '. NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY. r -= rates -agreat saving to my cus
a tomers. This is special arrangement.
t -;:;;:- -= ; by
v.-.::;.;- d : and is confined tor

,r ALI.I.a.LE cri "rt1'A'Irt ,1, IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, ) _4 h fowl We from are the my largest yards. breeders ol
= For field garden and .,-ove. "The bet DUVAI COUNTY FLORIDA. .- S thoroughbred poultry in Florida.
i" tor I ever saw." i is the verdict of all who cuttiv"-I \\ITIIERF.AS. Chas. W. DaCo!-a, administrator Come and see our stock or send
:.. Work! either 1 level 1 or on a bed:perfectly of Geo. C. Goodrich,deceased J ,kj i for our illustrated catalogue and
'; able; "'cutting: lightest! draught. late of the county aforesaid, having filed in the price list of van ties
k" : Every cultivator fully wan-anted. Pric fro. I office of the County Judge of said count a written -: ,. iv. Poultry supplies 14 of all kinds.
"GODBEY & HARRIS. su je'tion of the insolvency estate, Incubators and Brooders, Shell
t Waldo. Fla. I notice is hereby given to all persons having claim! w and Bone Mills, Clover Cutters.
of any nature whatever Hgamst! said estate, to file Wire Netting,Desiccated Fish and
the same duly authenticated, in the office of I Blood and
Boiled Bone to make
Steam.
Chickens
Hatch by I
County Judge of said county on or before the 8th hens
IMPROVED EXCELSIOR INCUBATOR day of April A. 1).. 1892. at which time there will {y lay.
be a pm rata payment to creditors entitled thereto iy/
: do it.Thoasand.1n successful opera gyp EGGS TO HATCH.
; and the administrator di!<:harged. ,
J Siwpl4PerIbrt ajllrgvllJi'Z.. : Witness mv name as County Judge of !said .
ftwn1 first-clam Hatcher made. E. W.
-pnced AMSDEN
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I to hAtch a 1 larger percentage county, this day September. 1891.
.eggs at lea cort than any other. I W. B.OWF..V Ormond,Fla
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NEW YORK, CHARLESTON ACID DRfDR LIMES. STEAMSHIP CO. OF FLORIDA..



The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -

to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C., .S tMF r." fwrw4 Y

Both ways : .

(STANDARD TIME.) r
From New York. }'rolll.'ackMoln'Ule.
(Pier 29. E. R.) STEAMER Florida.

Wednesday Feb. 24th, at 3 P. M."IROQUOIS.Tuesday, .Iar. 1st, at 6oo: A. M
Friday Feb. a6ih, at 3 P. M...... "YEMASSEE,"......Thursday, Mar. 3d, at 8:00: A. M
Monday Feb. 29th, at 3 P. M...... "ALGONQUIN.Sunday, Mar. 6th, at 10:30 A. M
Wednesday Mar. zd,at 3 P. M "CHEROKKE,".....Tuesday Mar 8th, at 1230 P. M
Friday Mar. 4th.at3P.M."SEUNOLH.Thursday, Mar. loth, at 200: P. M
Monday, Mar. 7th, at 3 r. M....... IROQUOIS,". .....Minday, Mar 13th. at 4:30A.M t$
Wednesday Mar. 9thatJP.M..YUl\IASSEH.Tucsday, Mar. 15th, at 6oo: A. M
Friday, Mar. nth, at 3 P .Hi... ...*ALGONQUIN,".....Thursday Mar. 17th. at 7:00: A. M y _
Monday, Mar. nth at 3 p. M...... "CHEROKEE," ...Sunday, Mar. 20th, at 930 A. M
Wednesday, Mar. i6th. at 3 p. M.......'.SEMINOLE,".......Tuesday, Mar std, at ttoo: A. l1
Friday, Mar. 18th, at 3 p. M........IROQUOIS,". .....Thursday, Mar. 24th, at 1:00: P. at
Monday, Mar. sift, at 3 P. M.... ."YKMASfEE.: .....Sunday, Mar. 27th, at 4.ooA. M
Wednesday, Mar. 23d, at 3 P. M......ALGONQUIN," ......Tuesday, Mar 29th, at 5:00: A. M
Mar. 25ih, at 3 p. M......."CHEROKEE,".....Thursday, Mar. 31st, at 7:00: A. M.
Monday. Mar. a8th, at 3 P. M.......M SEMINOLE,".......Sunday, Apr 3rd. at 9:30: A. M
Wednesday Mar. 30th, at3P. M ..... "IROQUOIS," Tuesday. Apr. 5th, at 1I:30A.1\[ Steamer Join G. Cl1ris1opher

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ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
FROM NEW YORK FROM JACKSONVILLE.

Thursday February 25, at 3 p. m. Thursday March 3, at 8 a. m.
For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
Thttmtennmhlp been built epecin1li/ t'ffrrll'Tn.." nntl Veyetnltle, and ,.
St. Johns River. perfectly,,' "' Thnr between .Tttfkmtnrillr timl 1'rtrYork 72/tour*.
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A. SOMERVILLE, JNO. G. CHRISTOPHER
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The Elegant Iron Side Wheel Steamers Agent, Jacksonville. Agent New York Gen'! Man'r, Jacksonville.SATTANNAH .
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FRED'I.c DeJ3ARY," Time 53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and

CAPT. T. W. LUND, JR., between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours.

Are appointed'to sail from Jacksonville, daily, except Saturday, at 3:30: p. m., and from Sanford
daily except Sunday, at 9 a, m.
OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY
SOUTHBOUND SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND. ,
READ DOWN. READ UP.
Leave 330'p. M. .......... ............. ....Jacksonville..............................Arrive 11-45 P. M
*' 8:00: p. M.... .............. .......Palatica................ .............Leave 7:00 p. M RCl.tes: I .
.. 1.30 A. M.......................... ...Astor.................................. 2:00 P. 1\[ Pttt :;ta e
.. 2 45 A. M............ ........... .....St. Francis............................... 12-45 P. M York First-class, $25.60 Intermediate $19.00 Excursion, $43.50
5:00: A. M................... .... ....Ber sfo.rd.............. .................. :: 1145 A. M Between Jacksonville and New : 1250.; ; .AJ!
6:00 A. M..........................Blue Springs............................. noo: A. M Steerage .
Arrive 8:00: A. M.............................Sanford....................... ...... II 9:00: A. M Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin $27.00; Intermediate, $21.00; Excursion, $47.3o3ter4; r -
I 9:15: A. M.... ....u.................Enterprise.................... .......... II 9:30: A. b[ The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.
General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville.F. ; [Central or goo Meridian Tim .]

M. IKONMONGKlt. Jr.. Florida Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. Kansas. City........................................................Monday, Febuary 1st, 7.00 p.m
v. F. OGDEN FAY, Traveling Passenger Agent,5 Bowling Green, New York. Chattahoofhee ............................ ......... .............Wednesday, February id,9.00a.m
.1. (). PILOT, Freight Agent on wharf, foot of Hogan: Street Jacksonville Fla. Nacoochee....................................................,... ...FridayFebruary5ti,11.ooa.mCity
JOHN L. HOWAllI, Flurida Freight Agent, foot Laura Street, Jacksonville Fla. of KirminKham..............................................Saturday, February 6th, iz.oom
J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla. City of Augusta................................................. ....Monday. February Sth, 2.30 p.m
MARSHALL II. CLYJ:, Assistant!' Traffic Manager Bowling Green New York. Tallahassee.! ....................................... ............\Vedne I\Y. February toth,4.00p.m
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TIIEO. G. KGKIl, Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green, New York. Kansas, City.........................................................Friday, Pel) ruary 12th, .3oa.m
Chattahoochee..............................................t.....Saturday.February13th,6.30p.m
WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen'l Nacoochee................... .. ..................................5tondayFebruary13th.700P.m '
Agents, City of lllrmiugham................... ... ....... ...,.....Wednesday February 17th, 8.30 a.m
of Augusta' .... ........................................... .Fri lay, February I9th,9.3oa.m
12 South Wharves, Philadelphia. A Bowling Green, New York. Tallahassee City ................................................" "."..Saturdiy.: February 2oth io.ooa.rn
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Kansas! City........................... .MondayFebruary22dta.oomChattaltooehee
I .................................................Wednesday, February 24th 2 30 p.m
l Nacoorhee........................ ........"...".................Friday, February 26th.4.00 p.m
of IHriniiiKham....................... ..........,.........Saturday. February 27th,500 p.m
I City City of Augusta! ...... ........... .:...............................MondayFebruary29th,6.3op.m .
GRAPE It N'AOARA'VINES
> FOR BOSTON.City .

of Macoi. .............................. ........................Tuesday.February2d,8.ooa.m
: Gate City....................i..............................,.... ...Friday, February sth ii.ooa.m
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of Savannah...........;.... Wednesday, February 1olh,4.00 p.m
AtartMr SMALL F1H71T& Re.CnarlvUre CtVna Free. T. 8. 1IUUBAI1D CO.,FREDOXIJL, X.J. City City of)1 acon....,...............................................:.Sunday, February 14th 6.30 a.m
-- Gate City........................... ..................,.....,...Wednesday, February iTth 8.308.m
I of Savannah... ....... e. ...................!................Monday. February, 12.oom
City
ESTA.BLISHED 1l 75.wIEaIiIAM City ora'on. .................................................Friday, February 26th. 4.00 p.m
Gate City.............................................1............Monday February 29th,6.00 p.m

FOR PHILADELPHIA.
: : : : : : .A.. :ElcoFLS... (This Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.)

Dt"s''ouJ" .................................................. ............T .sday. February 2d, 8.00 a.rn
WHOLESALE })el'4sou' :;::,.............................................................Friday, February nth,5.00:>>p.m
leMIoIou:; ................................................ ............Monday, February,22d, 11.30 a.m

Grain Garden Seeds: and Fertilizers THESE PALACE STEAMERS,

Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line), offer to the
20 'WEST BA.Y STREET, JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equaled by no other line. ,
t Through Ticket and Bills of issued to principal points North, East and Northwest via
Lading For i information ana rooms apply to
I HANDLE ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE SEEDS. A COMPLETE STOCK B. R. PRICE. Soliciting Agent, W. II. LUCAS, Fla. Pass.Agent,
77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville. 77 West Bay Street.Jack onvine.

Hay Corn Oats Flour BranWheat Grits Meal' R. L. New WALKER Pier No., Agent 35. North River, New York. City Exchange C. G.ANDERSON Building, Savannah.Agent. Ga.
RICHARDSON & BARNARD. Agents, Lewis Wharf, Boston.
W. L.JAMES. Agent 13 S.Third Street Philadelphia.J. .
COTTON SEED MEAL, Both Bright and Dark. :1). HA"HAGEN, Eastern Agent, Sav., Fla. & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway. N. Y.
G.M.SORREL, Manager. W.ARNOLD, Gen Trav.Agt., Jacksonville Fla.
For Tickets apply to S., F. &W.Railway office.
STATE AGENT FOR PURE

J. E. Tygert & Co.'s j GROUND BON DO pens you and need ink stationery? If so,send of any to DaCosta kind paper Print-j I e'QALE 1 XVHl-BK Sft Sjf 9 I QQES&W EZ3Z3*

i NITRATE SODA, ing and Publishing House,Jacksonville. FlaSUPPLIES"nRi.d I zPB tfuffea H I Ieateifryra __
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,:Blood, and Bone, ; Chicago Bone Meal, _

Pure Fine Ground Bone, ,- .: JDark .and Bright Cotton Seed !Meal! ,

Animal Bone and Potash Tobacco Stems,

Blood, Bone and [Potash, Canada :Hardwood: Ashes,

Pulverized Animal Bone, Sulphate> Potash, &0.
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:j: Fru.11i a.rid.v-' n.e., :Bearing: Trees.

C>ran.gerree :]JrIOOc1.You.n.g: ; Trees:

-Vogeta131e an.c1.: Potato: ; crcxwor..

I i C =FQ. E.: WILSON, 50 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.

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As Florida oranges are now a staple fruit in the.English markets, to obtain profitable prices, in the future it will only be necessary to export good quality and
land oranges in good condition in the foreign markets. "
Messrs. Smith & Crouch, one of the largest, best and most reliable fruit firms in England, say of the Liverpool market, that the demand is now so large that 5.000
boxes, weekly, could be handled up to January 1st, with satisfactory results if the fruit is sound on arrival. .
As one of the largest exporters of apples in NbY6rk and as a large importer or fruit from England, my knowledge the carrying ability of steamers enablesme
to select the best to ship} by.
Representing the best tirms in Liverpool and Glasgow, and having my own house ill London, are also further reasons why shippers should send through ute.
In order to export oranges, shippers can consign their fruit to me to New York If on examination it is in condition to forward, I will have the same placed on the
'>est and fastest steamer,and send_:1' Dill of Lading as evidence of shipment to shipper. If not sound enough to export, I will eitJter turn the lot over to any New York
f fi 'm the owner may designate, or sell it myself at auction. ,
The best steamers land their cargoes in Liverpool, so that a cable report of sales is received New York in twelve days after sailing. A check covering about thea
( .aunt of the proceeds is then sent on account to the shipper, by me. In twenty days from the hands of the .
Please note the following facts : -
large sizes of oranges, 112's-12G's, bring as much as 150.8 and 176's. No matter if oranges are shipped green and are sour, the earliest possible shipment pay.
,. Dead Green Spanish Oranges always bring the highest! ; prices, being,the only kind in the market; Oranges must not be shipped from New York. later than December
,' 1st. There is no demand after the holidays until March 1st. o" .
Advances of 75c. per l box on your fruit will be made to such shippers as need money, and such are authorized to draw on me with Bills of Lading attached.
Further. particulars and stencils will be furnished by ,
E. L. GOODSELL, No. 103 Park Place, ;
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the very best hi ie Fertilizer I ever
I used." J. B. Wyatt, Supt. Fair Oak
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VEGETABLES GROW in 60 to 90 days,

do best on a manure that

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Bowker's Vegetable Grower is a special fertilizer,

FERTILIZERS! : made to produce a vigorous, healthy growth, and

{ is composed of chemicals especially adapted to
ARE CONCEDED TO BE ;THE MOST COMk'L>;gMANURE ORANGEVTREES.
vegetables, which feed this class of in a
They'produce a strong growth of wool: ant: a large yield of the best quality fruit. Mr. F.C. Buffura, I crops
of Stanton. Fla.%says: ':I am cultivating nearly 300 acres of orange and lemon trees and a nursery, I manner to produce a healthy growth which with-
the largest in the State and I have experimented with and tested all the high-grade fertilizers I
for offered beautifully for sale in the illustrated State and pamphlet.I find yours more satisfactory than any others I have used." Send stands disease and matures early. For sound,

729 Reynolds St., delicious vegetables of good shipping quality, use
BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO. 27 Kilby St. Boston ) .
AUGUSTA, GA ,the BOWKER Fertilizers.


FARMERSSaW&D4Gr.aUIIU.4U.P.. I Send for Illustrated Catalogue, Free.

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253 Bushels of Corn Per Acrewas BOWER FERTILIZER ) ,A. M. BOND, CEN'L AGENT,

made with our RIVAL CORN by M:". Drake, COMPANY. j JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.PATENTS .
of Marlborough County. S. CVe have improved
PIANOS.] our corn 24 years. We guarantee it to
make one-fourth more thin anycorn in America
Shells pound of corn per ear Pure white.flint
UNEQUALLED IN grains nearly an inch long Matures in 100 days.
We want a good man in each section to sell it
Workmansh 5 this spring. We pay well. Good samples and .
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printed matter with your< address,2s ctsthis
':Ba't1mQP.22.nd2t East Baltimore Street. \\give Jioo.oo in premiums year. Writeplenty I THOMAS P,S1MPSO.V,Washington your old family Bibles; make them ax
",NewYorkv us Fifth Ave. ._', .: '.'..-. at'once.: Address, FARMER'S SEED CO.,. D.C. No aU,'.frrunUtPatejit otv..I REPAIR as new. .DaCosta printing and hb-
Washington 817 Market Space. 2-1 -COW-4t Orangeburg,S. C. I talned. Write fur Inventor'.Uuidf hshing House,Jacksonville PIa.I .

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