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Florida farmer & fruit grower
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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: March 17, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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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DACOSTA & POWERS, JACKSON i .E FLA. MARCH 17 1892. Whole V 1200 NEW SERIES
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FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE, I ... .. tfl
lias proved to be the earliest and f rape-in Florida,being fully two weeks earlier than Niagara .r:: ....
.57 CHATHAM ST., BOSTON. All the White Diamond gra es we offer for sale have been grown and will be shipped A fl :sc
direct by the Diamond White Grape wuipany, of Rochester, N. Y. They are guaranteed to be
Price Catalogues of weekly sales furnisher strong,healthy two-year-old vines and our prices for the same are as follows:
on application. m
FOR CASH, $22 PER 10Oor$20OPER 1,000. .
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O.W.BARNETT.ESTABLISHED 186$.J. H.BARNETT, ON TIME, $40, $35 or $30 PER 10O, ACCORDING' TO

QUANTITY.Send 0N

BROS. for price list and descriptive pamphlet,giving terms for vineyard planting time. Ad-
BARNETT dress E. DUBOIS. BOX 182, Tallahassee, Fla. General Agent Diamond White r
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AGENTS Grape Company for Florida and Georgia. so z a
Also full stock of Niagara Delaware Ives, Cynthiana, Norton,Chassellas, Black Hamburg and r
FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE. all other leading and new varieties of grape vines,native: and foreign. .

Wholesale Commission, Fruits and Vegetables. I,

Prompt returns. Stencils on application.1V FOUR NEW WA/MMBLONS.
Houthvnt; t1'f"jlot..Chlt"NFb-
And Building Material.
PALMER, RIVENBURG & co.,
1 SUCCESSORS TO THE DIXIE--The new shipping melon; RUBY GOLD.-A seedling'with Variegated CHARLESTON S. C.
superior to Kolb's Gem. ; splendid for home use.
C. S. PALMER ,
WILD--A large native melon DELAWARE--The largest melon of
THE dlsTHE
166 Heatle Street,JVVtc Xo l.. among the Seminole A single melon weighed 129 pounds BENTON&UPSONJACKSONVILLE
SOUTHERN PRODUCE' A SPECIALTY. In South Florida. and 11 ounces.
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Oranges, Lemons, Pineapples nnd all other PRICE Ten each tI.e0" varieties J
: cents perpachet, or one package of thirty cents,
Fruits and early truck also dried fruits,nuts, postpaid. FLA.,
furs. etcAll
consignments promptly remitted for. Stencils Anyone ordering from this advertisement and mentions this paper will receive a packet of White
and market reports furnished free. Gem Melon,the mo prolific one known.

References: Bradstrects,and established mer- H. G. HASTINGS & CO. Seedsmen and Florists
chants and banks of the South. IRRIGATING

THE.: I:!<*T IS R; Xv A C vii: iV* I LORID.A. .


AMERICAN' EXOTIC NURSERIES. WE MAKE THEM !


New, Rare and Description Elegant Plants} of Every WHAT ARE THEY ? MACHIl 1 ERYJ


Palms, Orchids, Cacti and Bamboos. The Virginia Ventilated Fruit Carriers. BOTH ..

Shade and ornameatil trees and shrubs for Southern

lawn'and gardens. Choiceexotic plants FOR EARLY TOMATOES STRAWBERRIES, PEACHES AND PLUMS. A
for the greenhouse; or conservatory. '
ORANGE AND LEMON TREESin No. 41-6 Baskets, three-quarter Bushel. No. 34-i6-quart gift crate STEAM HORSE POVIERI

all the leading varieties,budded from bearing No. 42-4 one-half Bushel. No. 36-32- II "
trees on our own grounds and guar- NO.56-2" No. 30-32- Standard crate.

itnteed true to name. Send for ,prices and samples.
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All the :Now and Desirable Tropical catologues .
Fruits. Our 88 page: : Illustrated and Descriptive SOUTH SIDE MFG. CO. Petersburg Va. PIPE, PIPE FITTING, BRASS
Catalogue 1892 tells all about these things,and ,
is sent free to applicants. Address .
R. D. HOYT, Manager, ESTADLISHED 1879. VALVE, HOSE, ETC. ,
Seven Oaks, Fla.
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R. M. BURROWS & CO., Write for Estimates.
OULTR' Uwna
FRUIT AND PRODUCECiISHi' PEARS FOR PROFIT IN THE SOUTH

ILLUSTRATED LIST FUBB.IVnrscrr .
NjIH IICII1i.lWTS9
Jeerningd *'<>., Thomas-

6-1 fc 66 PROSPECT ST., Cleveland, O. vt II... U.trsrtn..
T""\Ve are not connected in any way with any soc led! Fruit Auction House Only actual selling
with solicited. REFERENCESMercantile National Bank Six days r iUei than
r' prices quoted. Correspondence shippers ; .
Trade Mark. Win. Edwards & Co.. Wholesale Grocers; Childs, Groff& Co., Wholesale Boots* & Shoes; Brad- anycarletvtetedatt6eGf' Fx. Greeted'
IIOLLIS' CANNED MEAT FOR POULTRY streets' and R.G. Dun &Co.'s Mercantile Agencies; "Ohio Farmer, "Cleveland. 'c Agtlru't at o.n.*T3.N y. Color
' Will Make Hens Lay! grcenteh wMte pulp
ren (er, wet and do-
'Will Make Chickens Grow! llrfout TLeoul capechar
Southernmost Florist Establishment in U. S.
rank llr.ttoshin
AND GOOD FOR MOULTING FOWLS. c .
s. carllDeta amt qua lit,
This food is strictly fresh meat,carefully of ri'or wsI ---._= -_ l.acb'Ine sealed wlia
ESTABLISHED 1883. _. .0"< \ -' a ur rf'?l I"tfled trademark -
$ cooked,ground fine,seasoned and hermetically tk 11'1oo1C1' label I. bend; for
sealed in 8-lb cans. Being ground fine,It 'z n.. Rare new fruits;Shrubbery;Ornamental plants-Palms,Orchids,Ferns, ,,4Ycu.rr J.,.',.wn,. r trformailof. Aaentswrnted
can be readily mixed with soft food,and fed 1 Bamboos,Cactus, Conifers,Aquatics. Stock safely shipped over the whole iltdrtM SIWM Hi>vr-. IONS.\ New Cauaao.Ct.jFECNQ-

so as to give each fowl an equal share. Prlc world. Fine illustrated catalogue of 100 pages sent on receipt of ioc.. Clean,

SO eta per can; O: per doz. Address HO LLIS o\r, healthy stock. Low prices.RE.tSOXER. [

DRESSED MEAT & WOOL CO., 20 North "LON BROS., Oiicco, Fla. !

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f CHESTNUTS-Japan NUT TREES.Mammoth and GLEN ST1 MARY NURSERIES1 o w. T 1

Giant, Parry's,Japan Walnuts.Japan Golden
Russet, Idaho and Keifier Pears. Eleagnu
I norelties. Small Fruits. Grapes etc. Fruit, ((250,000))nursery trees of the finest tested varieties. Our new catalogue for 1891-92 is the most CQm-
Shade and Nut trees.. Ornamental Shrubs,Vines prehensive we have ever issued,and will be mailed free on application. Address
etc Illustrative free.
Descriptive Catalogue
WILLIAM PARRY G. L. TABER :-': Glen St. Mary Fla. I RABBIT & POIILTRY F CI .
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ORANGE GROWERS, ATTENTION !


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AN .APPLICA' 'ION OF'-


, THE ,BUREKM INSECTICIDE I


SHOULD BE MADE AT ONCE.


ONE QUART IN 50 GALLONS OF WATER IS SUFFICIENT.

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,'.. SPRAYING MACHINERY IN GREAT VARIETY AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
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Is the most effective compound vet d.iscovered for destroying the insects infesting the orange tree, and is a sovereign remedyfor

the various forms of funei on trees and plants. Being free from all substances of a caustic, corrosive or poisonous nature, it can ..'

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 growers in the State during the past two years, and has given

Derfect satisfaction. References furnished on application.FOR .

RUST MITE USE ONE OUARMO FIFTY GALLONS OF WATER. When used at this strength the trees should be sprayedfor

the Rust Mite twice a 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 four 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 gallons of water. General directions for using sent on application.

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

SPRAYING APPARATUS furnished to our customers at cost.McMASTER.

>: ;: & MILLER, San Mateo and Citra, Fla.




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With the Magnificent Connections.


w The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South



The attention of shippers Is directed to the Plant 8. 8. Line between Havana.Key West and Tampa,and Poutb Florida Railway between Tampa.and Sanford,8..F.it W.Ry.be
Jacksonville,Gainesville,Bainbridge, River Junction and Savannah Savannah and Charleston and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,Pnlladelphla,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 Northwest.}Receivers and shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connections:
NORTH BOUND. I SOUTH BOUND.
Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup, Bainbridge and Double daily fast freight pervice firm all point:North and Wf st via Albany Bainbridge$!: ,
Bavan:h, 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 Bonville.Callahan and LI\e Oak.
and Coast points, Including New!York,Boston, Philadelphia,Baltimore,Washington and Four ships awefkby the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,galling from
Providence.Four New York New( Pier So:. ,North River,)direct for Savannas:! Monday,Wednesday,f"rJdayand
connections a week for New York via Ocean'.Steamshlp; Company,leaving Savannah Saturday.The .
Mondays Wednesdays Fridays and Saturdays.Two Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston June 4,11.
connections a week for Baltimore via Merchants' and Miners'Transportation Com 18 and 25 for Savannah direct" making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast
pany,leaving Havannah every Wednesday and Saturday. freight trains for nil points in Florida.
Connections for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company,leaving Savannah From Philadelphia via Ocean bieamfbip Co., leaving Philadelphia May P, 19 and 29,
Jane f.11,18 and 25. > every five days from regular tailing day vi* N*w York to ta\annah.
Connections for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Stesnithlp Company,leaving From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., every Tuesday and
Savannah June 4.If and 24. Friday, making close connection with S.: ,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!and best freight route from all points:North Eat sr d'"V\! Ft to Flcrida. For full raHIrvtort,rale,Ftfrt't1F and kirplng receipts apply tony
& agents of the above lines,or to WM.P.HARDEE,Gen Freight Agent,Savannah,Oa.
,0.D.OWENS,Traffic Manager,:Savannab,oa." F.B.PAPY,Ant.Traffic Manager,Savannah,Ga. W. M.DA vn'fON, Gtn')Traffic Agent, Jacksonville,Fla.
|J.P JOBDAN,Trav.Agent,Qnincy. :JJ.E.DRATTON Trav Agent, Jacksonville.. .. ;J.H.STKPHXKS,Agent,Jacksonville.
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Crozce and Orchard fruit thus collected, and there will be We need the tall virgin pine timberfor danger, we muckers think, of gettingtoo
little or no damage result from the protection, not only for orange much humus into the sandhills,
Insects on Deciduous Fruit Trees curculio. In this. connection, how- trees but for nearly all kinds of fruit or in making orange trees grow when
n Nearly all kinds of trees have their in- ever, it is only fair to say that the trees, and especially for the fruit after I they should not by its presence. It
sect enemiesand although damage done by this insect in Floridahas the trees are in bearing. is an all-the-year-round benefit,whether
as a
d thing a tree that is well fed and general. never yet approached, in extent, Fortunately, I got a place in the commercial fertilizers are used or not.
cultivated will off victoriousover properly the damage it has done in States to woods, and while I have a good GEORGE W. HASTINGS.
S come the north of us; and, in many placesin sprinkle of Peen-to peaches, a quarterof Inoerlachen Fla.Planting.
all these insect enemies, still if .
Florida it is still entirely unknown. a mile away in the open field theyare
insects become troublesome it is not : the LeConte.
OTHER INSECTS TREE WASHES all killed. have
Frequently we
best to entirely ignore their depreda- Any soil that will produce a of
r ETC.-While, as intimated above, we pears when they are all killed in the crop
y e tions. have not space to take up all injurious open field. So also with loquats, and corn, potatoes, etc., will produce a
PEACH BORER.-This is a small insects and their remedies, yet much once in the past eight years it was so crop of pears. Whether facing east,
white borer or grub which hatches OLthe can be done in eradicating the common with Japan persimmons. west, north or south does not make a
bark of the tree just at the surface insect pests by using tobacco "Woodman, spare that tree." particle of difference in the productionof
# of the ground and punctures the bark, water and diluted whale oil soap. F. TRUEBLOOD. a crop, and a paying one if properly
eating the inner bark and sapwood.If These are both efficient remediesfor Alachua Co. planted and attended to. Your
the earth is pulled up around the all small insects very that feed upon the : _... '.first consideration is, how will this
trees in March to the height of one young shoots and leaves of plants.To The Anti-Mucker A ain. tree or the whole orchard look one
I .. foot, and allowed to remain so until make the tobacco water, sim- Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: year from now, 20, 50 and 100 years
i. November and then leveled off hence? Generally, this is the last
again, ply boil up a kettle of tobacco stems It would seem that the antimuckersare
the moth that lays the eggs will haveto and water. This will make a strong hard up for arguments. The advocates thought, and never occurs to the
deposit them so high on the trunkof decoction that can be applied to the of commercial fertilizers have planter until his branches meet each
the tree that the bark will be too tops of small trees with a common contended that the application of muck other; then he wonders_why he did
hard for the borer td not give more room to his trees! My
young puncture. garden sprinkler; for using on larger was a harmless amusement" for those
Repeat this process (hilling up in trees, a small hand force pump becomes who had the time and money, but thatit experience and observation have been
March and leveling off in November')) necessary. was absolutely destitute[ of all fer- that it is no matter whether land is
'. each year and but- little trouble will 1 Another mixture that answers the tilizing qualities; others, in answer to worth, ,at the time of planting, $i or
be experienced (from borers. This is same purpose as the tobacco water the statements of the muckers that $5,000 an acre, when trees are simply
both simple and effective. Stiff wrap- for killing and driving away insects, is their trees had all the growth and ap- huddled together-yes, and worse
ping paper tied around the trunk of made by diluting one pound of whale pearance of healthfulness exhibited by than that-other trees are jammed
the tree is said to answer the same oil soap in seven gallons of water. the groves of those using commercial among them. Advocates of close
purpose. Apply the same as the tobacco mix. fertilizers, claimed that though the planting will tell you quite seriouslythat
ROOT KNOT (Anguillula-This they do it so that if every alter-
) trees might look well the fruit was ill
miscroscopic insect which has of late ture.A good wash for the trunks of trees favored, thick-skinned, juiceless and nate one blighted, they still would be
been troublesome is thick enough! I have yet to learn
years gradually is made by dissolving one pound of flavorless.
disappearing and we think that it will potash in a gallon of water. This And now your late correspondent that blight comes to order and just to
be but a short time longer till nothingmore applied to the trunk and larger limbs advises new growers to beware of the trees that we may suggest to it to
is heard of it. The small roots of will free the trunk from bark lice and muck. He does not hope to influence blight. Then again, others will tell
trees upon which this insect has worked will also aid the growth of the tree. those who have used muck in the you that they do so in order that when
possess a peculiar knotty appearance As a wash for trees,this is far preferable' whole history of their groves. Theyare trees get too thick they can cut out
much resembling a string of beads. i every other one. I need hardly say
to whitewash; it can be applied withan joined to their idols-let them
There is no known remedy for this old brush or broom. alone. They cannot be convinced.But that neither idea never entered their
trouble except to give the tree good Kerosene emulsion will destroy new growers, beware! Why? It minds at the time of planting. I havein
treatment and if it has not becometoo scale and other insects, and is made as will keep the orange tree growing mind trees that form a beautiful
badly affected it will outgrow the follows: Dissolve one pound of when it should be dormant. Put on hedge; for years past it has been the
attack. This insect seems to be very whale oil soap in one gallon of boiling I,a lutle "cool commercial fertilizer" at cry:""After this fruit crop I will cut
fond of the roots of cow peas and water and add while hot two gallonsof the proper time and the tree will rest out. And such fruit! good perhapsfor
land that has been recently planted in kerosene; churn violently with a when it ought to. the pig trough-and those men
these peas is in more danger of being spray pump or garden syringe until This theory is bad for the groves in will assert openly that fruit growingwon't
infested with root knot than any other. the mass becomes of the consistencyof hammocks, for the Indian River pay!
Do not plant cow peas among peach thick cream. Add thirty gallons orange groves in beds of humus PLANT WIDE.
trees. of water before using as a spray.- where no commercial fertilizer is used, Plant in all cases forty feet apart for
PLUM CURCULIO.This is a small GEO. L. TABER._ and yet the oranges bring a dollar fine No. i fruit-the only kind that
dark brown beetle that punctures the -- more a box than oranges fed on com will pay. If your land has been prop-
fruit of plums (and sometimes apri-- Satsumas-Timber Protection. mercial fertilizers alone.I erly drained to a depth of five feet
cots and nectarines) soon after the Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: sent two samples of muck-one you may plant 50 feet apart; i it! not
blossoms fall and the fruit is fairly I Dr. Watson tells about a Satsuma taken out of three ((3)) feet of water ina 50 feet and 5 feet deep, then 40 feet
set. The beetle lays its egg in the orange tree on our place that bore 800 pond, and the other thrown out ofa and 4 feet deep, or 30 feet and 3 feet
puncture, and after a short time this oranges. That is true, and furtherlet ditca in draining a glade-to the deep. The material that it is done
egg hatches into a grub which destroysthe me say this tree has been made Experiment Station chemist. He re- I with makes no difference-stone,
fruit. The best method of treat- from near the ground since the big ported the commercial value at between slabs, brush or tile, whichever in your
ment is to spread a sheet under the freeze of '86. These oranges broughtme $6 and$ per dry ton. It costs about$i case is the cheapest-letting the drains
tree and jar off the curculio by hittingthe $2 per box net, just double what a ton to get it on to my groves, and the have plenty of fall into a sufficiently
tree a quick, sharp blow with a my other oranges brought. I believe trees act as though they liked it. I large main drain, also with plenty of
wooden mallet; this should be done they will sell this way right along am willing to compare them with commercial fall. Put four good horsts or mulesto
early in the morning (before sunrise if after people find out what they are. fertilizer three.year-olds, and a heavy plow, run twice in each
possible) and followed up every few Let me say amen to the article of they have suffered as little with tender furrow; then place your stakes forty
days for a month or more, commenc- J. B. Briggs in you issue of February shoots being damaged by frosts, from feet apart (square), drive fast into the
ing as soon as the blossoms have fat nth in regard to the destruction of growing when they ought to be dormant ground, leaving them not more than
len. Burn all the insects and stung timber. Let us take timely warning. I IV" as any others. There is little eighteen inches above ground, to tie



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your trees to when planted; if higher, inclines to the inside, rub off. Bearin orange groves, if it is judiciously dis- would hesitate to take to the second
they become an eyesore and of no mind at all times to keep your cen- tributed : box! .

more practical value. tre open.at any cost of limbs that cross "In answer to your inquiry as to No more use talking to "the peo-

CLEAN OUT A SPACE each other, cut the weakest out, andat whether, after all, potash might not ple"-the "long eared people"buttalk

six feet in diameter and two feet deep.It all places and at any time cut out be the thing wanted in the Riverside to capital. Show people who
is quite unnecessary that this hole all water shoots. These can easily be orange orchards, since it is so much have money to invest how to take:advantage r

be round; it may be a square, octagonor distinguished from the other wood, needed in Florida, I have only to say of the situation and profit( byit.
hexagon; roots and growth will not being perfectly green and with buds "there's nothing like trying;" but, Yours, WM. P. NEELD.
ask the question, and they will flour- further apart, and generally more when I am asked for advice as to how .
ish in either if filled with proper material prominent. In pruning, cut just the trees of your section can be most The Wonderful Oarob.
and the roots properly adjusted above the outside bud thus forming effectually and economically fertilized, The Garden and Field, of Australia

therein. Fill in the bottom of this your tree head round. If cut any. and find that not only does your irri prints the following:
hole eighteen inches deep of surface length above the bud, the wood left j gation water contain, per acre irri From personal experience I can

soil; if sod or soddy so much the dies, and, to say the least, is un gated, nearly as much potash as an safely assert that for a farmer the cul-
sightly. takes but tivation of these trees would be of .
better; bring it up to cone shape at average orange crop away
this height at stake; then, after pruning The best general direction for prun- t farther find that your soils contain, on great value Not alone is its fruit
roots and topping head place the ing this year's growth is, cut what will an average, just a little over one hun highly nutritious, but it is also a great
tree on the north side of the stake. bear fruiting spurs for next year, dred times as much potash as does factor in maintaining the health 0&$ all
Cover roots with finest mold, the lightly; this will give a heavy crop on the Florida soil analyzed by Mr. stock. The cattle powders bought at
operator shaking his shovel as if he that wood. If your tree makes a 4- Robinson, who reaches his conclu- the stores contain almost:) exclusively

had the palsy until all are well covered.If foot growth, ordinarily speaking, we sions by precisely the same methodsas carob-pods. Horses, cattle, and pigs '
your soil is poor, mix it with stable cut back one-third, but this is no safe I do mine, I can but consider that devour them with avidity, and I have
manure or fertilizer to the natural sur rule; cut back according to strengthof I would! fail in my duty to the orange seen calves but a few weeks old ravenously -
face. Then tramp thoroughly with tree. Bear in mind that one foot growers if ,I advised them to spend feeding day after day on these

the feet, using all your weight, hold. of good wood is worth two of spindly any money on 1 potash when there is pods. For a fodder it has not got its

ing fast to your stake that you may not wood. A well grown tree making annually one ingredient in which your soils are equal; i it gives strength and muscle to
put it and tree out of line. Let this .from all its branches one foot notably, and another in which some the horse, it fattens cattle, and increases -

top covering always be the richest, as bearing wood is doing well. are slightly, deficient, namely, nitro the flow of milk in cows; it
it draws the roots to the surface; when After your fruit is set, gen and phosphoric acid. When the makes good firm bacon, and is by no

there, your tree is always in a paying THIN OUT use of these fails to produce the proper means a bad meal to a hungry man.
results it will be time to In fact, the eating of them is recommended -
enough
condition-to sell the farm or to fruit. I at least one-half. Here again you try I
fertilizers." for puritying the blood and 4
call particular attention to this staking, must use your own judgment. If the potash _. ... disturbances. .
restoring digestive Manytons
as in all my experience my best results setting is light, from frost or other
A Plea for Packing Houses. of these pods are retailed in the
have been' from proper staking. A injury, leave fruit accordingly; but in
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower all northern under
: shops over Europe '
tree without such support wabbles and case will have deformed
any you some I am now satisfied that the editoris the name of "S'. John's Bread." Theyare
makes obeisance to the four quartersof fruit when set. Cut these all out
; right in urging the establishment of considered a great treat by the
the globe, working a hole about they will ripen deformed, hard on one
itself and swaying in the wind until side, ripe on the other, or indented ; packing houses in every locality where young. The great amount of sac-
be had. It is charine and other nutritious
enough oranges can ingredients -
the fine feeding fibres are broken and not marketable or usable. Bear in
practically organization without the contained in the pods renders
the tree becomes weak and sickly. mind in thinning that one bushel of
necessity for organizing. With these them to a farmer of more than twice
No. i fruit is worth five of A
PRUNING.I poor. institutions all over the State all the the value of pollard and bran. Eng-
cut the top two feet from the grower stated:: recently, publicly, that .
aims are attained. Tram portation is land imports annually a large quantity,
crown This brings the branches all cullings of pears and apples and
largely controlled. Distribution is and Mr. Goode told me that taimtrs
close to the ground, gives more fruit all not ma'ketab'e' he peeled, cut and i
effected and good prices are insured there buy the pods for fodder aia cost
dried for market. It is such that
and better this :
stem men
appearance.s to all who have good fruit -none other of from .LIO to ;611 per tun. It is
all the buds let them kill the fruit market and
breaks from
are not
will then go to market and the .stand the best shade-tree out, and if sheep
grow. The 'our upper shoots will worthy of owning a fruit tree. ard will be rai:>ed. could rest beneath than ,,'utin, ? the '

always!, from the start, be the longest; PACK YOUR BOXESor Now let this matter be pushed by hot midday sun, it would' incre.ue the

when these four are a foot or eighteen barrels No. I at bottom No i at our State \Ire. s that the capital, nny; 'q-iantiiy. and qualit) ol the wool.
inches long, rub off with the hand all top, and your No. 2 same way There be oh ained. The argument is this: When the trees have been planted in

of the lower ones, which have been is money in it, and your brand will Shortening; the crop by culling will groves, where no cattle: or hogs can
left to help form root growth. When always be sought foe at the highest relieve the markets, but I ought to come near them, no picking of the
the leaders are this length, they will price. I speak from experience, as have said this in parenthesis. The fruit is required, for when ripe it will

keep your roots working. Mulch them for what fruit and vegetables I have better sorting, grading, sizing, and 'fall to she ground, and is easily raked
with any material in summer. 1 pre- sent, commission men have had no the even packing will command the together and bagged up. There is no
fer a tree one year from the bud. A trouble in getting the best prices. confidence of the "trade" and add possible fear ol an over production.

nurseryman grows trees for a clean, There are many growers who do this, twenty five to fifty cents per box to Should a farmer have more than is re
handsome head, to catch the eye. To but a great number who do not. This the fruit The saving on carload quired ft r consumption on the farm,
get this he must nave roots. In lifting hurts all of fruit will add still another find sale for
growers good or veg rates quarter to he will as ready a it as
many of these, and the best, are etables, as strangers will overhaul our the box as a profit for the packing ever wheat met with. On a former
left in the ground, no matter how stuff from bottom find if The better distribution
top to to out house. of the occasion I quoted an extract from Dr.
carefully dug. You, to carry on his of this class. Your will "Buried Cities
we are columns crop add something, as there is DeHass' work, Re-
growth, must have a better soil. have shown up this tricky method in less probability of a few large shippers covered" but as it bears so much on

whether natural or made. I should very plain English; still they keep ai* glutting a market than there is of a my theme of to day, it will be well to .
have sad' that at this distance apart it, as a visit to any commission house thousand or two small shippers. There repeat it here. He writes as follows :

you can grow other crops, always will show. will be a saving in boxes, or I may use 'From our observations in the East,
bearing in mind not to go nearer than "material and there"will believe that
PLANT EARLY. one word we are inclined to the
four feet to them. Do not grow corn To plant from October to April, I be a saving in all the labor cost. 'locusts and wild honey' referred to as
I
or grain among them, if you wish when trees are perfectly dormant, is.. If we figure twenty five cents per box the diet of John the Baptist, was the .
quick growth and returns. best. When sap flows, buds swell and profit to the packing house it ought to fruit of the carob tree, and the 'dibs: ,'

THE SECOND YEAR break; in this condition, even with attract all the capital needed, but herewe or honey, extracted therefrom. The
your trees should have made wood, most careful handling, you will lose figure much more than this. Once popular name for this tree in Palestineis
four branches from four to six feet more or less of them.-Country Gen- the packing houses are a fixture other 'the locust,' and the fruit is known
long. Cut these back to four buds tleman. industries will follow to work up the everywhere as 'the bread of St. John.' "

from main stem, in winter months. In .-.-. culls. Wine factories, peel evaporators In Arabia it is called carob, from the >
spring, give a top dressing of fertilizeror A Hundred Times More Potash. or essential oil makers, marmalade horn-like shape of its pods or fruit,

barnyard manure, forking either in The Riverside Press addressed an or jelly works.I which are considered very wholesome,
with digging fork-this to draw and inquiry to Prof. E. W. Hilgard, of tell you its no wonder we are "ina and are always found in the markets
keep roots to the surface; this second the California Experiment Station, hole." They are putting up the among the other fruits of the land.

year's growth will make and throw a asking if it was not possible that Cali- fruit in a grove neartne while I write.I These pods are sometimes called

great deal oT useless wood. fornia soil needs applications of pot am not "fine" at it, but oh, me! it's husks, and without doubt are the husks
SUMMER PRUNING ash. His reply, given herewith, awful. No wonder we can't standit the prodigal in his distress would fain
with finger and thumb will save a great makes it apparent that it will be diffi- that's all. It must be done after have eaten. This tree is found all over

deal of knife work. All wood that cult to get too much potash in our some sort of system. A decent pig Palestine. Two may be seen grow204 .



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ling on the side of Olivet, just above I months later take everything off and vicinity of the tree. The hole is then My object in writing is to ask youto
[the Garden of Gethsemane. It is a you will find the wood without any filled up either with the burned earthor give me the names and address of
[dark evergreen, with heavy foliage, alteration. with new soil, and afterwards three or four grape growers to whomI
[affording a delightful shade, and bearsa ((2)). To preserve the tree from the watered lightly. could correspond, with the view of
crescent-shaped bean about six disease, mix nine parts} of lime and Ten liters of this water saturated getting them interested in this culture
lincheslongandone inch wide. Theout one of ashes and dissolve the with acid
part sulphurous are more than down here, or you may yourselt find
side of this hean when ripe is a dark same like whitewash. Then dig a sufficient for a tree somewhat grown, some parties who may have the inclination
brown. The fruit is fed to horses, ditch around the tree about three feet but practice will teach the greater or and the money to embark in
cattle and wine, and is a common in diameter, by unearthing the largest less quantity that should be employed.: the business.It .
[article of food among the natives. rrots of the tree, and pour into the .-.-. is an entirely new thing in Central -
Traveling through the country, our ditch about thirty or forty liters A Fickle Climate. Florida and most likely, as in orange u
muleteers appeared to live almost upon ((73'z or 10 gallons) of the compost They are learning some things in culture, the best profits will go
(these pods. The trees are generally stuff, and with such a proportion for California as well as ourselves. C. F. to those who first engage in the in- .
[registered; property in them is capital, large, adult trees, treat the others Shinn writes from that State- to Garden dustry. At fifty cents per box for or-
and marriage portions are frequently .according to age and size. In con and Forest: Every year new light is anges on the trees-the ruling price :
[given in locusts,' or the fruit of the clusion, to avoid such disease for thrown upon the climate of California this season-the old orange growersare
carob. A grove of these trees is considered new groves bitter-orange seed is as signal service observers in, not grumbling. The trees twelve
[ as valuable as a vineyard or recommended for planting, and then crease in number. It has been shown I and fifteen years old are pay',ng hand
olive grove- and a single tree often grafting at pleasure as above stated.IN that a difference of a few feet in elevation somely at those low prices, where;
[yields a thousand pound of pods, SPAIN. or a few hundred yards in dis the young groves, seven or eight
hich are exported to Russia and tance makes vast difference in the
The disease of the orange tree a years old, do not pay anything.
[elsewhere. The fruit when ripe contains known by the name of Mal di Goma, climate. The Coast Range, for instance It
a sweet pulp, which is expressed is the most to be feared, as it causes though usually spoken of as recommended The remedy,now so celebrated, Salvation Oil is
and made into a honey called 'dibs,' such immense loss to cultivators. one great mountain-chain, is really geons as just the by thing experienced for the stable veterinary and cattle sur-
[which is the honey in general use This disease consists of a gummy oozing composed of many groups, isolated or yards.
among the peasantry of Palestine." generally occurring either in the linked closely together, all with val i Even California expects to ship oranges
This is the Ceratonla sillqua, and spring or in the autumn. It attacks leys, high plateaus, river systems, to England with the opening of
j Messrs. Reasoner Bros. say of it; either the trunks of the trees. just canons through which fogs and winds the Nicaragua canal. They claim
["This beautiful tree has proved hardyn above the surface of the soil, or else may sweep, and sheltered places of that the fruit would be but three
South Florida." It is paralleledy the roots themselves. This disease semi-tropic warmth. In general it weeks in transit, which is not much
> the mesquite (meskeet) of Arizona, I. commences to show itself by some may be truthfully said that the areas longer than it takes to land oranges
ew Mexico and Western Texas, a. drops of gum appearing on the trunk, of equable climate are limited; muchof here from the Mediterranean.-Fruit .
low tree looking very much like an which still appears sound, but this the foothill country is subject to more Trade Journal.
cacia, on whose long, red and white spilling c mtinues increasing, the barkis sudden changes and greater extremesof
peckled pods the goats and sheep as perforated, and the flow of gum heat and cold than is generally 0000000000
[well as the horses and even the In augments, being fluid, turbid, grayishin shown by the misleading mean-temper- .
ians make a large part of their living color, and of bad smell; the bark ature tables which sometimes appearin o TUTT'S 0Tiy
[for months in the fall. The writer then raises, drying or rotting on the the newspapers. Land speculatorshave
as seen a flock of several hundredoats roots, and the plant, which com sold thousands of acres as frost- Lic Pills:
every one of them standing on mences turning 'yellow, weakens and less, on which no horticultural skill o
its hind feet browsing on these pods. dies. could ever grow the orange, lemon as remedy an anti-billon wonderful and anti-malarial their effects *
here is also a locust tree (Hymctucaourbaril Recent studies of this disease have and fig with profit or on a commercialscale. in freeing are the system of biliousness V f p
\ ) in the West Indies, ot whose proved that its existence is to be Hardly one-third of the trees of and MalarialRegions malaria No ono living In
weet and fleshy pods the Indians and attributed to a microscopic fungus more tender species planted by hopeful should be without them. Their useO
reoles _make use for food.-ED. belonging to the of spheroids. land owners are brought to successful prevents attacks of chills and fever Ph
group dumb ague, bilious colic, and clve iJ v'"/
Where this fungus does not exist thereis bearing; the rest represent the the system strength; to resist all tho
Mal di soma in Europe. I inevitable waste of ignorance and of an unhealthy and impure at-/!%
no disease; where the germs of it OeTils Elegantly; .up xr-coated.
The United States consular reports do not reach the disease cannot un tolly.. It is beginning to be understoodin Price,S5c. Office,391'arU Flare,N.Y.
ive some interesting particulars ol f fold itself; and where the conditionsof California that every orchardist 0000000009REPOllT_ _
his disease in the orange groves of life are wanting for this small vegetable should own a maximum and minimum
pain and Italy.IN. whether proceeding from natureor thermometers and that some one in OF THE CONDITION

SICILY. occasioned_ artificially, the fungus every town, village and district should -OF THE-
Besides those insects, there is also dies and the disease is extirpated.: The keen careful climatic observations. -

male della gamma (gum disease), fruit of this fungus forms itself about Merchants Rational( Bank,
hich greatly injures the whole treef the end of July or August, being preserved The ineyard.
At Jacksonville,in the State of Florida -
not prevented in time. It makes during# the winter for propagating
.. ... at the Close of Business
... ..,
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ts first with a snrill its in the spring. -
spores
[ appearance spotn
Edited by E. DUBOIS, Tallahassee, Fla. fv'Iatfch 12, 1892.RESOURCES. "
> the trunk gradually enlarging to The best remedy against this dis
bout one inch wide, and, in the ease, and which from experience has Grape Growing About Dade City. .
:ourse of four days, causes a crack on given the best result, is sulphurousacid Woodward Barnwell, writing to The
....... ..........
and discounts.
Loans $258,683 25 ,'
he bark wherefrom white bulks of sulphurous acid Vmeyardist irom this place, says : '
a yellowish 15 concentrated Overdrafts secured and unsecured..... 3. .sJ 59 "
iquid, like milk, drops out. Said at 66 Baume, with 100 Among the recent discoveries in U. S. bonds to secure circulation....... 25,000 00 .
Stocks, secu-i ieties claim, etc ........ 2,62833
iquid becomes thick and thicker 'like liters of water. this State is tne special adaptability of Due from approvtd reserve agents..... 39,711 85 .
Due from other batiks..... ............ "
mall gum drops, and in a few days Method of? Application.-Remove the the Niagara grape vine to the soil and Banking-house, furniture and fixtures 53.2 2,500 514 00
ter they look like transparent yellow earth round about the tree for the climate. Other real e-tate and mortgagesuwned 4.500 oo

earls. circumference! of a meter or so, untilno Three northern menV ho were Current Premiums expenses on U.!S and bonds taxes..paid.. ......... 2,591 4,00000 47
diseased with. The familiar with culture about five Chtcks and other cash items.$13,494 49 .
According to Professor Cassella's roots are met grape ,
Cash on hand.......... ...... 84.741 59-98.23603
xperiments in his grove, where he hole should then be dug deeper, years ago made a beginning on a few Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer
in this section. have in ((5 per cent of circulation).......t.. 1,12503
as saved a great number of trees, to but with great care, so as not to injure acres They
lestroy and preserve orchards from the sound roots near the trunk, to the past few years demonstrated a Total ... ............................$496,12071;
uch a disease, it seems the following about the depth of half a meter if most wonderful success:: vigorous LIABILITIES. ,

methods are highly recommendable, pos jb1e. The earth extracted should! growth; no pests or disease; earliness; Capital Surplus stock fund paid..in... ................. ........$100,00000 3,00000
1 iz : be piled up to burn it in a hormiguervAll good yields and prices. Archdeacon Undivided profits ......... .......... 6,79485
(IVhcn) a plant has been stacked the roots that have completely lost & Co., New York, handle their crop. I Individual National bank deposits notes outstanding...................... 337.3 19,760 08 00 ..
[ all the in'esed: pans of the their bark should be cut off, as also and you could obtain their: statementas Bank deposits. ., ................ 29.34218

ark and wood are to be cut out and those which are in a'state of putrefac i to the dates received and prices. Total..................... ........... *4<#ii*> 71
are taken to destroy all the tissues tion, and these roots should be burned. These new grapes ripen here about STATE OF FLORIDA, /f fI BS'.
(fleeted by the disease then take Afterwards all the sickly portions of the middle ot June, and I have heard COUNTY OF DuY ALe j
of
II. T. BAYA, Cashier the above-named:
>me quicklime, and while it is still the trunk, until the bark is saturated: that the crops of the last two years bank do solemly swear that the above statementis
arm rub all the wound and espe- are well moistened with the prepared netted 27 cents per pound. The true to the best of my knowledge II.T.BAYA and,Cashier.belief
lully i the parts mostly infected. This liquid, as are likewise the diseased three men first put out eight acres. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th
one, cover the same to about one- parts of the roots that may be met They now have thirty acres set out day of March, 1892. TUOS. W.Notary CONRAD Public.,
lird of an inch thick with the same with in such condition. It is estimated and this winter they are engaged in CORRECT-Attest: CIIAS. MARVIN. .
me, but cold, and cover the whole that about five liters are sufficient, and setting out fourteen hundred acres, in A.R.CAMPBELL B. ARCHIBALD, ;/
ith paper or something else. Two another five liters for irrigating in the partnership with their northern friends. Directors.




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Some of the worms hatch during the deferred of course until fall. You with one of those smiles that seem t

FJIl\JdEl\T1D 1'le1El\ late fall, and live in clusters among vegetable 'soon learn that it takes eight times the start right around the nose and mou
.,.... debris in which situation they
,
work times the but reach the heart the
Celery Culture. hybernate. Plowing buries them so eight plants, eight never c
times the fertilizers and eight times Butterine tells that he had so
We bave received from the author deeply that they cannot regain the sur- you ,
face, and they perish.All the land to plant this acre that it did remarkably fine berries consigned
H. L. Stewart Tecumseh Mich.
a cut-worm moths are attracted by to start the small plat of one eighthacre. him from XThey came unexpect,
book of this
151 pages on subject. sweets, and especially by fermentingweets. As the fall season approachesyou of course, were immense, must
He is an enthusiast on this branch of A good idea,then, is to take ad-
find but variety etc. etc. r'j
yourself unusually busy; some new ,
truck farming-almost a crankandthe vantage of this habit and set traps for
literary style is rather loose and them by mixing molasses and stale beer, after considerable exertion, the acre is wished you could help him to get *

or even vinegar, and smearing the sub- planted, or rather the work is done of some of your fruit in consequenand
but he is
clumsy, evidently a man stance upon trees, fence boards, posts, after a fashion. Now for the result. really he did not know how t
thoroughly at home in this business, etc., and visiting the places to kill them.
The next season but few berries are could sell all you brought in this mor.
.: a perfect master of every detail. The Pans of kerosene or soap-suds set in close
minutest directions are given for proximity to these traps will catch and picked from the new patch, and owingto ing. Now, too, those large berri

from the kill many of the moths. Lights are not dry weather and the fact, too, that sent him had rather spoiled the loc ;
operation
every selecting to be used when other remedies will you allowed the most of your former of yours and he would be compellr

land to marketing. Of course, some answer just as well, for just as many patch to grow new plants in order to to mark them down, etc., etc.-DF]
changes would have to be made to beneficial insects
as as injurious are attracted -
plants with which to set out SAMUEL RAPE.
dates and methods to adapt the workto to them. Robins are good cut-worm procure

Florida latitudes, yet there is a vast traps,as are also various other birds. the acre, your crop is light, and the
Quality of soil has very little to do in fruit much smaller than the previous
amount of information in this little
connection with the presence or absenceof year-returns, consequently, about Li'tetocI1A \.
book which is applicable everywhere.He the worms. The main feature required one-half of what they were the last _
says : All the Gulf States have by many of them is some sort of vegetable -
You are encouraged by the reflection Valuable Stock Medicine.
fine lands for celery. Tamarack debris among which to shelter the year.
make good places in time eggs and young Iarva3 during early however, that next year your Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:
swamps spring, and for hibernating species, the acre will be in full bearing, and aj I would like to say through the co
but they must be cleared several years Larvae in winter. Loose soil
dry es- "hope springs eternal in the humanbreast"
of excellent
before be utilized for the umns your most anj
they can pecially if sandy, is more readily dug and await
purpose; as the peat is too new, and into by the worms during day-time than you are patient re- widely circulated paper, (and I say-
sults. You tell the dealers who han
the heavier kinds but the latter
consequently coarse, it must rot are ; for the benefit of all stock-raisei
usually offer the desired retreats in the die your berries that they may expect
down some.U With this book before
shape of clods or other superlying en- big things, as your plants look well that I have used several kinds of to*]
him, supplemented by the experienceof cumbrances. In cool, wet weather, the
and loaded with fruit. Messrs.
I are ics for stock, but for the past t ,
a few successful growers who have : sandy knolls are sought by the worms
already demonstrated the suitablenessof from lower wet places, and in that manner Glucose & Butterine, your firm, smile years have only used W. G. Tilgi 1]

Florida soil and climate for this they sometimes appear to be partialto and tell you they hope to do well with man's. I find it to be far better tha
these knolls.In your berries. Already Mrs. Hasher
the novice could undertakea
vegetable, closing these remarks I will suggest and old Colonel Stuckup are inquiring any ever used before. For gro I

crop of celery with. confidence. that but comparatively little is known in about your berry prospects and want stock it gives a good healthy appea
> reference to the habits of cut-worms
Cut-Worm Remedies. taken as a whole, and that there is stilla some berries growing nearer home ance and appetite; for growing your

Uditor Fanner and Fruit-Grower: wide field for investigation even here. than those Florida berries, which are cattle or calves, in case of scours .
Each will be found to have hard and tasteless. But add
species they
Will please publish an articleon some ,
you salt sickness it will when
cure gig
the cut-worm, how they breed anda peculiar habit of its own not belongingto that berries have been so long in the \
others. It is here that find directions the
just we to
according on
remedy to kill them in an onion the difficulty when we are expected to market high prices are not to be expected pac

patch? How long do they live? Do give advice as to remedies against their this season. i age.Sometimes calves and yearlings
a'
they cut plants all! summer? ravages. No single Jiedy will be suf- However, as your first berries come
WM. A. UTT.St. ficiently broad to cover all cases. It is in they are pretty fine, and bring fair not sick, but have a stupid appe..

Petersburg Fla. for reasons of this kind then, that the prices. The weather suits, berries ance and won't eat. In this case y

Mr. Lawrence Bruner, Entomologist of entomologist "know his insect" be- increase and prices lower. More rain, will have to drench them, which yc

the State University of Nebraska, in his fore thoroughly suggesting he must a remedy.have the To do this more fruit and the town is literally won't have to do more than once

report to the State Board of Agriculture, cooperation twice before they will eat and be .
. of the intelligent farmer, gardenerand crowded. Mr. Butterine, the smiling &
says : right. And for the diseases that ho,
fruit-grower. member of the firm intimates that
It is rather a difficult matter to name ,
two three better crowd them are subject to here, such as choler.
not
any single, or even or reme- you too heavily,
dies, that will apply to all cut-worm Errors in Berry Culture.To as they had to dispose of several crates thumps, staggers, mange, etc., I a
depredations. Before the various species sure it will cure. When hogs are ft
all of fruit low and
begin; nearly growers attempttoo your at very prices,
had been studied it wasandis
separately, much. They are misled sometimesby Mrs. Hasher says the berries are soft give them a dose, say every two or thr
even now-supposed by that
many
what is true of one is also true of all others, and often by themselves.For and nothing to compare with your weeks, and it will keep them in a go

species of cutworms.. The different instance; either your neighbor or former fruit. The height of the sea healthful condition. Major ('Campbe'

kinds appear at different seasons, and yourselt have one-eighth of an acre in son, however, is on you, and soft, if he does not, would do well to ketit
work in different ways, hence, must be and give his razor backs an occ
strawberries the vines small be the berries
fought in different ways. ; are young, vigorous or sour they are
the land rich moist in and the continued rains sional dose.
In the garden many of the worms can productive quantities,
be taken by supplying artificial hiding- ; the season has been good; your make them a little sandy. You intended We give it to our hens, and whi

places for them in the form of blocks, fruit exceptionally fine; it has broughttop to mulch them, but you hadso others are losing a great many
or boards, which can be examined aid theirs from cholera and roup, ours ai
each prices. Your dealer has flattered much land to go over help was
morning and the crushed.
Digging about hills of worms corn, stalks of you by telling you that you have scarce, so you failed to get them perfectly healthy, and lay every da

cabbage and tomatoes, and other plants brought the best and finest fruit to mulched. Mr. Butterine remarked It is certainly the best tonic for stoc

showing recent disturbance, will usually town that he has seen this year, in that he was obliged to carry over several I of all kinds that I ever saw. M

result in the finding of the culprit. fact, perhaps, that he ever saw, and crates of yesterday's berries, andas wife has given it to her dog and ca
Cones of tar-paper set about plants will Once use it you will use no othe.
that Colonel Stuckup, who owns that he was very busy he would be gladif you
act as safeguards against their attacks,
provided the paper projects an inch mansion on the hill, and Mrs. Tapioca you would aid him to dispose of Peniel Fla. JAMES W. STRANGE.

above the ground. Salt is also said to be Hasher, who runs the principal board- them.

repulsive to the worms This latter modeof ing house in town, both used no ber- Things now begin to look a lit le We are not in the habit of printin
fighting injurious insects is not to be puffs of proprietary articles; but ware
ries but In short, have interesting. Town full of fruit prices
yours.. you ,
too highly recommended, since salt is so well satisfied of the genuin
also more or less detrimental to the made a strike. The one eighthacre low, a little too much rain and market merit of this article that make a

growth of many kinds of vegetation.In netted you seventy five dol. very flat. You have done all you this time.-ED.we

fields of corn and other comparatively lars (using the invariable expression could to keep up with the fruit and exception

large tracts, these remedies will applied to milk cows that yield large market your berries. The climax is Bermuda Grass> .4 for New Mexic
not answer, and others must be resortedto.
Usually a second planting of the quantities of milk and butter for sale), reached when one fine morning you Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:

field ten days or two weeks later will be and all the family could consume be come in a little later than usual witha I read some years ago that Bermud]

successful, for at that time the worms sides. Now comes the danger. You very large quantity of fruit which, grass had been tested on the Pacifi

will have been transformed into chrysa- can by a very simple rule calculate owing to your being overworked, you coast on alkali soil where no oth<

lids. Occasionally too, the planting ofa that you made seventy-five dollars on were not able to superintend the pack-
double amount of seed has the desired grasses would grow, and that it flou
result of insuring a full stand. Disturbing one-eighth of an acre, you could make ing in person, and as a consequence, ished and yielded a very fair pastur

the soil is also of some benefit, while six hundred on one whole acre. You big, little, soft and green berries wee Please give me all the necessary n

heavy rolling after night, when the determine at once to plant an acre, keeping each other company. After formation in regard to planting thj
worms are at or near the surface, is an with the noticed Mr. Butterine
excellent idea promise to yourself that you unloading, you roots, etc. For the enclosed chec

of a compact, especially nature. For where some the spe-soilis will increase to five or possibly ten unusually busy with other work; in ship me one barrel of the roots to La

cies of these worms, very late fall plowing acres, should this one acre prove a fact, it was some time before he be- Vegas, in care of- -. Ship bj

is a remedy not to be overlooked. success. Preparations to plant are came aware of your presence. Then freight in time to reach Las Vegas; bt



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tween March 25 and April i, as I live Eastern prices for dressed poultryand ere fed only for three days preceding might to keep from falling downward
" fa4 from the railroad and have to haulnir. eggs are well sustained, and prices this latter period. they suddenly find themselves falling

.freight eighty miles. rule high for this season and stock The results of some other trials and upward, as it were; this little strata- ,
experiments point to the same conclu-
'' W. L. CROCKETT. seems scarce. I was requested last sion, but these referred to are the most gem on the part of the operator help-
(*fticho Ojo de Llano,N. Ii!. week to give prices on a carload of pronounced of any that I have ever met ing him easily to accomplish more by
tPlow the land and harrow it into live poultry, f. o. b., here, to be with. two motions than could be accomplished -
} ,fr>d condition as if you intended. shipped to Baltimore, Md. This Please let me know what you think of by much hard work in tryingto
& oats'or this result. I have written more than I .
plant corn. With smallt
a shows we are not necessarily confinedto intended and somewhat but shake the bees off in a downward
hastily,
bvel-plow run off furrows three feet Florida for a market for our poultry trust I have put everything I have said direction. Some fear that such hand
.' '*rt. Drop a handful of sheep ma products. I think our people will down correctly.Mr. ling would break the combs, but I do
1 "fe or cottonseed meal every step learn that a' diversity of interests will Wheeler distinctly states that the not remember of ever having brokena
&g; the drill and cover with the whole of the ash of the food is not equalto l
pay best, and poultry will get its shareof comb by shaking it as above described
It the proportion of carbonate of lime
or with a hoe. Follow up with attention. E. W. AMSDEN. claim that
in the shells. This is conclusive proof although some
fe roots, dropping one close beside .. .r that the lime in oyster shells does assistin they cannot shake bees off combs
fertilizer, but not touching it. If The Oyster Shell Problem Solved. providing lime for egg shells, but it without breaking them more or less.
te soil\ is damp and the weather not does not prove that oyster shells are nec- trouble
By the above plan I have no
The question whether the lime a
con to provide lime as the food used
b hot it will be sufficient essary
to step on
in off black bee and if
shaking
)Ir. Wheeler deficient in limeas every ,
tained in shells availableas by was as
,te root otherwise it should be oyster was '
; covft disturb the Italians them
could be: well used for the experiment. we causing
about an inch and lightly pressed. carbonate of lime for the hen's use Foods can be fed without difficulty in to fill themselves with honey, they can '.

En., in making the eggshell has finally been procuring them which supply more than be shaken 'Irom the combs about as
the lime desired for shell
I settled by Mr. M. P. Wheeler, of the production. easily as the black bees. But even if

Poultry. Geneva (N. Y.) Experiment Station.Mr. we cannot afford time to wait till theyare

...... -... Jacobs has stated that it was only pia.lt filled with honey, four-fifthc of
edited -NrflN 'V W. X% > -""" serviceable as grit or grinding mate- them can be shaken off.. To remove
by E.W. AMSDEN, Ormond, Fla. -- -- -'
f'' rial; the lime being a mineral, the hen Shaking Bees Off the Combs.A the remainder, I take a turkey or

_mltry Shows-New Book on the could not use it to form the egg writes "I goose quill and trim down the feather
tactical Side of Poultry Keeping. shell.fr.. Jacobs has had considerable correspondent : am edge to about one-half on the side,
'The opposition on this subject, but it bothered very much in getting bees and with this I have no trouble in
great poultry shows are overi was only guesswork. The opponents off the combs when I wish to extract clearing the comb of those remaining
\1 there has not been one failure. could without irritating them. If brushed
bring no in
convincing proof. the honey from them, or taking the
6y are growing in popularity each They were right and Mr. Jacobs combs from the bees for off with a quill and without any shake .
away any
{ar and more stock is changing wrong. But Mr. Wheeler has settled ing, the bees will resent it by many
tile matter and Mr. Jacobs like purpose. Will you tell readers howto stings and a general crossness of the
a
sen
rods in fact it is the to ,
: ; place got sible man, as he is, accepts the facts. do it? We are told to shake the whole colony for several days after- .
!'n you are in want of new blood We give Mr. Wheeler's letter to Mr. bees off. but there must be a peculiarway ward; but this shaking process seems

just commencing the business. Jacobs in full, which leaves no doubtas to shake them that I do not to so confuse them that they seldom

Within& two weeks of each other to the hen utilizing the lime to make know of for the plan to answer." I show any opposition to being brushedoff
fw York City and Philadelphia have its own eggshell, or it can if there is afterward. Of course this plan will
easier always shake the combs to get the majority little awkward at first to the
of a
3d and stock shows and no way obtaining it. As a appear
poultry pet of the bees off and with the but little it
rule we doubt if a hen resorts to this novice, by a persistence
i entries were way up in the thou- method of obtaining lime as the black or German race of bees, com- will soon be found easy enou .-G.

ids, and such birds were nevern amount necessary is found in the or mon to this country, every bee can be M. DOOLITTLE, in .Stockman and

'| in this country before. Let any : dinary food and more than can be shaken off, providing the combs are Farmer. .
e attend these shows when our best i used, especially when clover hay is a built in the frames as they should be. > .

)iciers exhibit and then say there is part of the diet.. E. W. AMSDEN.Mr. To have combs thus built they shouldbe How's This? .
science in Well l if there filled with comb foundation
breeding. Wheeler or We offer One Hundred Dollars -
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I hot why are there not not more says after the frames are filled they shouldbe Reward for any case of Catarrh that

fompsons, Mungers, Sharps, and hens During, confined one period under of conditions twelve days which three I reversed, so that the bees will build canot be cured by taking Hall's -

;n who exhibit pens that score 9534 previously mentioned to you,laid twentyone the combs clear down to the bottom Catarrh Cure.F. .
3 96 points? It is worth while to I eggs, weighing 966.4 grams. The bar of the frame. The point we are J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
4 distance to see such birds. shells (dry) weighed 91.8 grams and the after is to have every frame completelyfull Toledo, Ohio.

core we can educate the people in lining membranes membranes and interior 4.4 grams.of the The shells, of comb which is in a straight, We, the undersigned, have known .,

rids thoroughly in thoroughbred calcium in different combinations eggs contained -, even line with the frame, thus givingthe F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,

fck, we shall have to have a few equivalent to 87.88 grams of carbonate of bees no little holes or open space and believe him perfectly honorablein
$>lic exhibitions and show them the limethe shells alone containing 86.Ggramsof along between the bottom bar to the all business transactions and finan-

terence between a mongrel and aebred carbonate of lime. The grain food, frame and the comb, into which theycan cially able to carry out any obligationmade
the and
fowl.: It does not cost anye this cabbage time contained boiled calcium eggs, fed equivalent during crowd in such shape that they by their firm.

to keep the one than the othern to 7.53 grams carbonate of lime. Througha cannot be dislodged as long as they j WEST & TRAUX, Wholesale Drug-

you get a start. misunderstanding spring water was stay there. After having the combs i gists, Toledo, O.
given the hens instead of rain water, as built out as above and desiring to takea WALDINGKINNAN&MARVINWholesale ,
bookk was intended, and this made some differ- from the bees the '!'
The new "Breeding and comb away place Druggists, Toledo, O.
ence, as the spring water contained a
hiding Poultry for Profit, or :the large amount of carbonate of lime in so- projecting ends of the frame on the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter

(jiness Hen," is just published; lution. There was not enough, however ends of the two middle fingers of each I nally, acting directly upon the blood :'
xe, 40 cents, paper. The fancy is to seriously affect the result, for (I have hand, and then with a quick upward and mucous surface of the system.
l 1)) out, and only the practical side is not the exact data at hand) all the water motion throw the ends of the frame Price bottle. Sold by all
for them 75c. per
to contained less
Mr. of thew possible get the ball or thick of the
l Isn. Wycoff, owner against part
than three grams ((2.28 grams) of carbo- Druggists.
York White Leghorn farm, tells nate of lime. hand at the ,base of the thumb. As .

tv he manages to make $1,080 from On this estimate you can see that only the frame strikes the hand let the A consignment of Cape of Good

li hens, or 105 per cent on capital 9.81 grams of carbonate of lime can be hands give a sudden downward stroke, Hope Muscat grapes was recentlysold
rested. Drevenstedt, editor Fan accounted for to supply the 87.88 grams which makes the shock all the greater.As at auction in Covent Garden, O!
found in the aside from that exist-
':('s' Journal; P. H. Jacobs, Poultry ing in the oyster eggs shells, of which the the frame strikes the fingers it is London, Eng., by W. Draper & Son.
leper; Cooper, of the Prarie State hens consumed during this period 191.4. again thrown back against the hand, The boxes varied in weight, from 24
ubator Company; Felcli, and sev- The total ask of all the food aside from and so on till all or nearly all of the to 36 lbs. gross, and were dec ared to
| other noted poultry men are con- drinking water, during this period was bees are off. The principle is that be superior to the Denia grape from

tutors., The prospectus, only, has but carbonate 81.16 grams of lime-less in the than eggshells the weight, which of the bee is on her guard all the whileto Spain. They realized from 3s pd to

ached our desk. Shall have more was 86.6 grams.To keep from falling off, thus holdingon 7s 9d each, which would average after
jay" when the book comes to hand. my mind the most reasonable con- tenaciously from above, and all payment of expenses 2d per pound for
*** clusion from these data is, that the 78. shaking in that direction generally the grapes, which the trade seems dis-

s\ say that Indian Games are not grams elsewhere of carbonate, over of 88.lime per unaccountedfor cent. of all (fails to accomplish what we are after. inclined to pay.-Fruit Trade Jour

Tmlar just get Sharp's spring prices found in the eggs, were obtained from By a sudden stopping of the upwardand nal.'f. .
Theae hens were kept closely confinedfor bees are thrown off their guard and LADIESNeeding
and to
according
$25 per 13, a tonic,or children who wart build-
If sell for for twenty-three days before this period, dislodged from the comb in an up. jug up,should take
tlity. $25 13,
{ eggs the results of which I mention, began. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS. :.
in words "
direction other
Ht are the hens that lay them The same kind of food was given during ward or .It is pleasant to take, cures Malaria Indlxestion. -
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.,-: CONTENTS.GROVE Persian and Turkish popular medicine, pans and ventilating tubes, keep a elbows; but organization is nothing in

AXD ORCHARD-In!ects on Deciduous Frclt and that mostly after the following strong current of air constantly rush- the real tug of war. It takes money

Trees; Sataumas-Timber Protection; The plan: A flask is filled loosely with finelycut ing down into the hold and betweenthe and corporate power to move oranges
Anti-Mucker Again; Planting the LeCon.e; ; 203
r A Hundred Times More Potash; A Plea for dry or recent flowers and stem and ]loosely tiered boxes, clear downto right.

Packing Houses; The Wonderful Carob ; 201 then with vodka, aqua vitae. The the keelson from stem to stern. To use a military phrase, these three
Mal dl Goma In Europe; A ickle Climate; 2U5 %
THE VIXKTABD Grape Growing About Dade hermetically corked vessel is left to The effect of this constant winnowingwith organizations (if the Ocala movement

City:: ; 205 stand under sun rays or at some warm the salt sea air is to drypicklethe comes to a head), ought to be on car
FARMER AJO Tat"CKEIt-ceJerr Culture Cut-
Worm Remedies; Errors In Berry Culture; ; 206 pace for two or three days. The skins by the time the fruit reaches tel, and not in the least hostile. They

LIVE: STOCK-A Valuable Stock Medicine: ; Bermuda tincture is then ready for use, and New York, hermetically sealing up the should block out their work, map out
Grass for New Mexico; 206POCLTBT
should be given in a small wineglass- contents. Now, wrap the incompar- both the orange,growing and the or-
: : -Poultry Shows->ew Book:on the Practical
Side of Poultry Keeping: The Oyster ful three times a day. In recent cases ably superior Florida orange in this ange-consuming territories, and pre
Shell Problem Solved .207
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complete and permanent cure ensues silken kid-glove skin, sea-tanned, and pare to cover both with a business
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AVIARY-Shaking Bees Off the Combs; 207
i' EDITORIAL-Notes; Malaria and Sunflowers;Mer- in from one to three days; in the most we will capture England. system. The bane and curse of the

cnants National Bank: of Jacksonville; With all his faul.s it situation is that there is
obstinate and inveterate, not later thana as a politician, present no
Branching Out; The Day of Small Things Has
Gone By; 208 week. The remedy proved successful is impossible not to admire the irre- power on earth that can prevent a

MARKETS-Auction Sales; 28 even in such cases where quinineand pressible enthusiasm and the immense thousand shippers from shipping all
Weather and Crops; ,209OCB
YOUNG FOLKS-Geroulmo's Trick:; .210 other anti-malarial means' failed animal force of the Manager of the to New York the same week or all to

: STATE NEWs-Items; 210 S4 Home Market. Chicago the same day.
OCB RURAL HOME-The Flour of the Future; Merchants' National Bank of Jack-
We notice of We to all these three
Washing Colored Clothing; Orange Marmalade sonville. a slight redundancy hope see

; Recipes; 211 ; expression in his remarks, but. if ever agencies, and as many more as may
OUR NATUUL WEALTH-WestFlorida; 212 The attention of'our readers is directed
Lincoln Coreless Winter Pear; 213 there was a Floridian who has drunkof be, working under one central direc-
to the card of The 1'lerchants'National
THE FARMERS ALLIANCE:-The Hardships of FarmIng -
Ponce de Leon's fountain of at the least central
one
}perpetual tory-or, ,
; A One-Man Power Needed; Money and Bank in this week's issue.
Currency; A Land of rromlses; 211 youth, it is Senator Mann. bureau of information. We should
Option Dealing; Brevard County Alliance; This bank is the successor of the, well
Whatever be his political meth- rejoice to a hundred thousand dol-
see
Jackson County Alliance; 215 known banking firm of Ambler, Marvin may
ods, we are satisfied that his auctionis lars spent this summer in chartering
STEPHEN POWERS Editor.P. & Stockton, and is to-day in better
O.Address, Lawtey, Fla. position to serve its customers than ever conducted with system and with ships, chartering solid trains, chartering

honesty, and we heartily wish him a telegraph wire to Boston and
before. The officers are courteous and
in
The the
tomato crop Southwestis success in his great schemes. His another to Chicago, and in building
and late will watchful of the interests of the bank
heavy, our shippers success could not be otherwise than central packing houses and depots.It .
do well and of their depositors, and well deserve -
probably to keep away from beneficial to the Florida orange growers. is only just to add that the 'offi-
the confidence reposed "in them
Louis
St. and
Chicago pretty gener-
cers of these two organizations claim
for financial ability and integrity of -.. "
ally.
they could, with six months prepara-
I character.The The Day of Small Things Has

The frost on the night of the nth, Board of Directors hold frequent Gone By. tion, handle the entire orange crop of

in Bradford county, blasted strawberry meetings and examine into the In seven months 3,500,000 boxesof Florida with as much dispatch as

blossoms and small berries in they now do one-tenth of it. But the
open affairs of the bank, as directors oughtto oranges go out of Florida. Sup
fields but in fields surrounded by growers have never given them an
., pose 500,000 of these.are carried by

pine woods the injury done was extremely do.We note that the deposits show an teamers and sailing vessels, we have I opportunity- to show their capacity,

slight. increase of $78,550 since their reportto 3,000,000 boxes to be transported by -

the Comptroller of the Currencyon rail in about 200 days, or say sixty ]JVtari\ets.AUCTION .

A Florida strawberry shipper tied a March i, and its total resources carloads a day. A great deal of the wwww_ ...- -,

bit of mosquito netting over each box lack only a small amount of being hall time during the height of the season SALES.

in the top course, using a rubber a million. there will be 100 carloads a day, often
band; and it advanced the price of Blake,& Kipley. for F. F. E., Ex. Gate
They have a large and growing or even
125 150. City, Boston, March 10:
a them five to ten cents a box. The clientele among the .farmers and fruit What could the combined forces of
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top layer of boxes, in express ship growers and seek new customers. the Fruit Exchange and the Home CJ w eX;;J 'V CJ w eM C'z '

ment, is apt to have the berries shakenup Market accomplish toward handlingthis Q e .CJ- s c
and the netting holds them in Branching Out. traffic At the the C/2 W fc
great ? utmost, 6G21 26 195 3116 24 16)

place. The teeming brain of the Managerof Exchange has never been called on to 3116 18 2 ;50 5399: 23 1 83
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t 6.42 9 1i0 4738 6 3 75:
With this issue we present our the Home Market is revolving vast move more than eighty carloads a 17f.6. 16 2 25: 2553; : : 34 1 85
whichhe 2553: ; 37 2 20 2553: 32 2 G)
readers with schemes for the coming season, week, and the Home Market say
a supplement giving a 25J.; : .33 2 70 0352: 32 1 85
detailed description of the new Da- unfolded in the course of an hour's thirty; when to compass this huge busi 0:357: 24 2 02 6352 26 1 73;

Costa and House conversation. These schemes includea ness they would have to be able to 0352 43: 2 37 G352: 59 260
Printing Publishing 6352; 31 2 00 0333: 22 2 53
the home of THE FARMER AND FRUIT system of central packing; houses, of move 1,000. Surely these,institutions 6352 21 2 60 4240 7 2 (JO
which he several this 'V L 0 3 2 25 5082 42 1 C3
GROWER. We echo the senti hopes to erect ought: to abate a little in their unceas
only 5082; 16 2 25 5082( 14 2 C3
ment of many experienced visitors in season as a starter; an indelible ing denunciations of the consignment 7610 10 2 62 6238 13 2 25

saying that this establishment is the stamp on the boxes to prevent the use system until they are prepared to 5871 18 1 87 5871 19 2 00
0493 1 2 25 4294 12 200
'' finest and most complete in the South. of them for'foreign oranges as ''Flor. grapple with the business; in larger 4294: 28 1 90 4294 25 2 23

idas network of wires 4383 27 2 25 7045 18 1 f 87
. We should be pleased to show our ; a telegraph fashion than this. What will they do
7545;> 19 2 62 3764 9 3 62
subscribers through it.at any time. ramifying from these packeries to with a 4,000,000 box crop next 0-140 25 2 00 0090 20 195

t Jacksonville and thence to the distrib winter without more capital ? 573 18 1 87 573: 12 2 75:

': Malaria and Sunflowers.In uting centers in the North ; two lines The Exchange and the Home Market 5936 530 40 42 2 2 05 80 7530 1991 45 17 2 2 2.25;

a recent issue of the Russian of fruit steamers from Florida to and the new Ocala movement 5199 12 2 12 3329 7 2 62
5148 34 1 90 5148 32 2 35
medical the Meditzina Liverpool both of which he states and work hard
journal, a con- ought to come together 7380 5B; 400 4364 27 205

tributor emphatically draws attentionto are already contracted for, etc. all summer getting packing houses 7133;: 36 2 25 2848 11 237
5780 29 2 20 5874 1 15; 2 37
the common sunflower as an excel The most interesting particular in and ships and money in hand to do
205551G6; 26 2 00 2556 27 2 30
lent and cheap substitute for quininein these schemes is explanation given solid service. The organization of the 47 2 20 5166 41 2 20

the treatment of malarial fevers of by Manager Mann of the effect of growers is well enough, it is a thing 5166 11 2 37 6155 10 2 37
4624 18 3 25 4624 6 200
all possible forms. The remedy has thorough ventilation on board the eminently to be desired as an educational 218 29 2 20 7412 14 2 25

been from time immemorial used f r' fruit steamers. The fruiters from measure and for the powerful 2130 4 2 25 2130 4 1 75:
I 100 25 2 25 1854 19 250
'._:\ he purpose in the Russian as well as I I.Italy, by means of numerous catch. stimulus afforded: by the touch of 1854 I 3 25 6350 9 125

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4270 3 1 87 5050 24 2 30 Lemons,Fla.......................... 2.00103.00 risks and held his fruit
4781 19 2 75 1418 44 2 30 I Messina............ ......... 3.50 until this late WEATHER AND OBOPS.
1418 Limes, 100 ........... ................. .50 date should investigate as to ruling prices
35 3 05 3948 14 2 37 Grape fruit, barrel.................... 3-2503.50 before he disposes of.his crop. For the Week Ending Maroh 11 '92.
1765 18 2 37 5019 9 2 37 44 box i................. 1.50102.00 ,
7132 8 2 00 5577 18 2 2,5 Pineapples, crate........... ........ 7-ootoS.oo R\I "F.ALL.-The drought so generally
4090 13 Bananas, bunch............ ........... 1.25 to 1.75 HOME MARKET SALES. complained of by correspondents last
2 12 4090 4 2 50 Apples, barrel ........................ 3.25103.50 Jacksonville March 14 74i: boxesaver week
4090 3 1 87 4090 31 2 20 Grapes Malaga, keg .... ............. 1.50 was broken on Monday, the 7th.
4751 15 1 87 4757 4 3 00 Cranberries, crate .................... 2.75 age $1.84: Rain was general throughout the Stateon
4790 21 2 00 4796 12 6 50 Potatoes, Irish, barrel................. 2.00 to 2.25 Fancy . . . . . .$2.00 to 3.05: Monday and Tuesday, and, thoughnot
sweet bushel...... .......... .50 Bright. . . . .. . 1.45to2.50 distributed
1030 29 1 85 1030 11 2 37 Florida cabbage...................... 06 to 07 very evenly was very
169 15 225 478 3 3 62 Onions. yellow, barrel...........-... .2.75 to 3 oo Russet. ........ ... .0. 1.40 to 1.95!); beneficial to all vegetation, even at points
4567 32 1 80 4567 '.. red ..... ..... ....... ..... ... 325 Grapefruit . . . .... 1.55 where the fall was light. The high tem-
17 2 37 crate ......................... 1.00 Lemons . . . .. 1.45 the rain
45fi7 2 2 37 7120 14 2 23 Turnips, barrel........................ 2.00 perature accompanying added
5209 6 1 87 5490 22 2 12 Beets, .. ................ ...;.... 2.25 Tangerines. box :. .. 3.40 much to its l beneficial results, as by warming -
6751 8 200 6751 1 Carrots, .. ... .. ............ ...... 2.50 Mandarins, box.. . . 3.30 the soil it caused seeds already planted -
2 50
Parsnips, .......... .............. 2.50 Navels. . . . :. . 2.35 to germinate. The rainfall about
75 52 2 05 75 32 2 50 Radishes, dozen...... ................ was
75 45 3 05 75 32 1 75 Okra. peck.. ........................... .35.40 Cabbage. . . . .. . 1.55 normal in the western part of the State;
75 37 2 30 75 70 2 80 Cucumbers, dozen..................... .40 Same, March 16, 499 boxes: in the northeastern portion it was gener-
Celery J ... .. ... ... ............ .50 to .60 ally below the normal while in the
75 57 2 70 75 2i: 2 50 Egg Plants-wanted at good price.... Navels . .. . . eo 1.80 to 2.00 ,
20 18 2 37 20 16 1 87 Beans, crate ......... ................. 2.50 Grape fruit . .. . 2.50 southern portion of Eastern Florida there
20 30 2 45 New Irish Potatoes, crate............. 2.00102.50 Bright . . . . . 1.23 to 2.05 was a considerable excess. The heaviest
Peas, crate--wanted, ..... .. ......... 3.00 rains fell in Lee and in the north.
Via Cl.rde Line: Strawberries ... .... .. ................ .30 Russet . . . . . 1.15 to 1.9.. county
1673 18 1 62 1673 46 2 10 Cauliflower .... ........ .. .. .... ',:,.'.... i.ooto 2.00 Lemons.. . . . . 1.00 to 1.75' ern Brevard part countie of Dade and The southern brisk and end of
: high
' 1673 35 2 25 1673 37 2 25 POULTRY AND EGGS.
winds on the 8th 9th and 10th injurious
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were -
-720 24 1 80 5720 1 3 12 liens..5 .40 to .45 PHILADELPHIA, March 12.
5720 26 2 55 5720 10 2 62 Roosters............... .............. 30 to .35 Oranges-Indian River to crops and. vegetation. They
Broilers......... .. .... .. .... .... .2.') to .30 fancy. 3.50 to counteracted, to a considerable extent,
4629 19 1 50 4629 20 2 12 Turkeys................... .... ...... i.ooto 1.25 4; straight lines, fancy brights. $2.50 to the benefits resulting from the rain by
N 4283 4 2 37 4283 1 4 25 Ducks..... .... .. .. .. ....... .......... -45 t') .60 3; fancy russets, $' .2,. to 2.50; Navels, sato out the soil. On
7478 11 2 2i: CIIS 5 2 75 Geese............. .............. .5o to .75 4: Tangerines $7 to Mandarins\ drying the whole, the
1 S 4 Eggs.................................. .18 to .20 ; $4 reports indicate much improvement
2 25
I S 2 2 87 to 6; grape fruit, fancy bright, $3 to 3.50; the conditions of the previous week.TEIIEU.TURE.The .
59J6; 28 1 95 5936 31 2 50 ERTILIZERS. russets, :$:;2.25 to 2.50.; Vt'getahles-Egg for
573 13 1 7i: [Corrected by A. 3!. Bond, General of the temperature
573
23 1 95:; Agent, plants, 12 to 16 per barrel; cabbage the week averaged nearly normal. There

7202 24 3 00 F 64 1 10 Bowker Fertilizer Company.] $2.50;; to 3.50 per barrel; lettuce, 6 to 7 was a slight excess for the first six daysin

2442 16 1 75 2442 30 2 50 PER TON. per barrel; round green beans $5: to 5.50; the western and northeastern

2442 21 2 05 2442 26 2 40 Bowkers.. Orange Grower. ..... .. .... ..... $40.00 refugees, wax and flat, $4 to 4.50) when portions
of the State but the cool
2442 33 2 55 Vegetable Grower............... 40.00 wave beginning
2442
29 2 50 11 Pineapple Grower............. .. 42.00 good; peas, $4 to 5 per crate: tomatoes, Thursday night brought it down to nor-
7587 4 2 87 7587 1 2 no Tobacco Grower................. 44.00 choice, $4 to 4.50) ; fair to good. $2.50 to mal. Light frosts occurred at
3985 15 2 87 6869 10 2 50 Bone and Potash............... 38.00 3.50 i per crate; strawberries, 50 to 65 some
6879 7 2 37 1817 44 Fish and Potash!' ................ 38.00 cents places in Northern Florida on the 10th,
9 2 25 44 Fresh Ground Bone.............. 32.00 per quart. Ship berries and lettuce and were doubtless general (!in the northern -
L B 24 3 37 L B 11 3 00 44 Dissolved Bone... .. ............. 30.00 all rail express; all other vegetablesA. part) this (Saturday) morning but it
L B 3 2 50 Dissolved Bone Black.............. ....... 28.00 C. D., all rail. ,
Via all rail Bone Black .... .. .......................... 28.00 is probable that little damage resulted.
: High Grade Sulphate Potash.............. 51.00 REDFIELD & SON. SUNSHINE.-There was about the aver-
20 20 1 80 20 23 2 15 Sulphate Potash ...... .... ..... ........... 32.00 age amount of sunshine, for this season,
20 22 2 37 20 31 2 45 Muriate Potash..... ........................ 44.00 NEW
20 15 2 75 PEP 6 2 00 Kainit....... ........... ........... ...... .. 16.00 YORK. March 16. during the week.
Sulphate Ammonia......................... 75.00 Special to FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWBR : Amelia.-The week has been cool.
PEP 1 2 :50; PEP 2 3 50 Sulphate Magnesia.. ...... .. ............ 18.00 Market Northerly winds prevailed and slightly
Sgobel & Day for F. F. E. 2,000 boxes Nitrate of Soda..... ........................ 52.00 advancing; good demand for that
Nacoochep_ March Nitrate Potash.............................. 130.00 sound fruit. Brights $2.80 to $3.40.E. damaged crops are up. Seeds are
ex --- -n-- -11 Dried Blood (best).......................... 42.00 L. GOODSELL.E. coming up poorly owing to cold weather.
4843 25 n-2' 20 501 15 2 35 Plain Superphosphate...................... 17.00 Fruit _trees look__ well._ _ _
o
4700 19 2 05 7348 10 2 35. SEEDS. L. Goodsell, New York, March 11: Archer.-Hie rains 01 the 7th ana em
1554 15 2 65 4315: 22 2 30 were beneficial to vegetables and
[Corrected every week by W. A. Bours.] Navels very
4305 8 2 25 4364 28 2 05 PER LB. Grapefruit . . .. . 1.80 to 2.15 to the oat crop. Orange and fear trees
3799 20 2 20 3789 27 1 60 Pearl millet.......... .. .............. .20 to 2.90 are backward about blooming. More
3789 23 2 00 3789 30 2 30 Amber cane or sorghum.............. ...... .20 rain is needed, as that of the 7th was the
3789 17 2 45 6118 15 2 35 Alfalfa or Lucerne.. ....................... .20 Russets. : to 2.CO first since January 14th.

7260 23 2 Oi: PER BUSH. Same, 1,000 boxes, average $1.83,
7281 23 2 30 Gold seed rice (upland)...... .. *......... $3.00 :March 7 Bronson.-Good rains on the 7th and
7281 24 2 10 7281 48 2 &5 White seed rice..... ..... .... .......... 2.75 : 8th, which greatly benefited the oat crop.
1150 8 1 45 4297 18 '2 45 Field Peas, or Cow Peas VVhippoorwills Navels: .3.35Indian Bushnell.-Crons are not flourishing.The .

1526 14 2 50 1526 23 (earliest variety)..... ..... ........... .. 1.75 River . . . 2.35
2 10 weather has
Red Rippers (early) ... .... ................ 1.75 to 2.55; been too cool and, until
1526 37 2 35 1526 22 2 35 Clay (cow pea).... ...... ............... 1.75 this week, too dry.Crawfordville..
2722 37 2 2i: 4039 10 2 40 Black (late). .. .... .. ...... .. .. .. ........ 1.75 .,;) to 2.30 good rain last Monday -
802 21 180 802 2i: 2 55 Conch peas................. ..... .......... 4.00 Snow & Co., Boston, :March 9: put all vegetation on a bocm. Farm

805: 29 2 40 'V P.Co 27 2 05 PER oz. Grape to 3.10 work is being pushed: and field
Pumpkin-Cashaw (crook-neck).... ....... crops rap-
W P Co' 25 2 40 417 23 2 30 Fiel ....... .... .......... ............... ... .15 15 Bright ;) to 2.G2(; idly planted.
5517 20 2 20 517 20 2 35 Riverside Seedlings . . 1.40 to 2.15 Eden.-The past week has been exceptionally -

3658 10 2 30 4819 19 2 30 FRUIT EXCHANGE BULLETIN. Riverside Navels. . . 2.75 to 3.75 wet,v ry beneficial to pineapples.

1991 24 2 40 7530 21 2 35 JACKSONVILLE, March\ 15. Sl obel & Day, New York, March\ 9, Green Cove Springs.-On the 7th and
7530 44 2 35 169 22 2 40 1,500 boxes ex John G. Christopher, 8th we had light showers, which revived
603 10 2 20 6i94: 10 2 25 The season has now arrived at the point average $2.80.Barnett trees and plant On the 10th a strong-

3619 24' 2 30 4383 21 2 40 where prices can move but one route, Bros., for F. F. E.. Chicago, northwest wind dried the moisture, and

7641 13 2 30 6125 10 2 35 and that is upward. We therefore lec- March 9; average, brights, $2.27; russets, on the morning of the llth the temperature | -
5357 14 2 35 6813 7 2 10 ommend that the fruit be hurried for- fell to 42 degrees which caused
7585 26 2 55 ward while the demand is active and 2.55.Dix
3918 look
12 2 40 plants to sickly again.
Wilkins, for F. F. E., Baltimore.
478 22 2 95 980 23 2 50 prices advancing.Sales March 7 1I'poluxo.-The low temperature of
:
4251 22 2 40 3001 16 2 55 since last bulletin show a rang I to 2.40 the past week has retarded the growth of

3061 28 3 25 3061 37 2 30 in prices as told by telegrams as follows: .1.70to2.20 vegetables. Pineapples!: do not appear to
1. Two thousand boxes sold 1.50 to I Russet .
3061 28 2 75 3061 32 2 95 have suffered.
2161 9 245 6i82: 4 2 40 3.25; average S2. 3. Fruit sound but Cincinnati Fruit Auction House, for F. Lawtey.-Recent rains have broughtthe

5278 24 2 30 5871 19 2 35 showing some light weight. F. E., March 10: condition of crops above average.

5871 30 2 35 2550 20 1 80 2. Car 1766 sold $1.45 to 2.45: ; average to 2.65: Molino.\ -The week has l been generally

6212 26 2 20 7201 3 2 45 $1.81; car 3359; sold $1.55 to 2.35;; average Russet .-. .') to 2.GO fair. Heavy rain on the night of the 7th

1252 15 1 50 12i2: 27 2 35 $1.99. Market firm. Merchants' Fruit Auction Company, was' welcome. Corn in many places is up.

1252 13 2 20 7201 16 2 75 3 Car 41. Brights 81.80 to 2.17; Rus- Cleveland, March 9: Myers.\ -Vegetables are doing as wellas

7201 21 2 45 6212 4 2 35 sets $1.80 to 2.75; average $2.40; car 42. ;' to 2.90 the cool weather permits.

2556 13 1 15 347 10 1 20 I Brights $1.75 to 3.00; average 2.40; Rus- Bright . . . ... .. 2.15: to 2.80 Orlando.-Oranges and lemons are

2556 1 1 05 6124 5 2 35 sets $1.55 to 2.75; average $2.30. Same, March 7: blooming and Japan plums maturing

5871 19 2 55 5871' 19 2 30 4. Car 308 sold $1.70 to 2.50; average Russet to 3.00 nicely. Cabbage heads of 25 pound

2400 27 1 90 2400 21 2 35 $2.14; car 629 sold $1.35 to 2.65; average weight are not uncommon.
$1.83. Dixie & Wilkins, for F; F. E., Baltimore -
2400 35 2 50 2400 16 235 March 14 St. Petersburg.The rain has been
4243 27 2 40 7120 14 2 35 5. Auction to-day $1.40 to 3.00: average Navels, .: .3.60Indian beneficial to orange, ]pear and mango

4567 20 2 45 4567 8 2 65 $2.37. Demand good, stock light. River to 3.00Bright trees, which are in bloom. An early
6. Good sale fair and condition
4567 1 1 OQ T & J 19 2 40 quality to 2.60 crop of grass assured by the rains.
T & J 91 165 T &J 35 2 40 $1.20 to 3.50; average on 2320 boxes$2.26. Russet .. to 2.60 Starke.Ail crops still needing rain.
7. 1900 boxes sold :3.25:
T & J 20 245 T &J 43 1 65: $1.70 to ;average Strawberries ripening slowly on accountof

T & J 37. 2 30 T &J 28 2 35 $2.50. Market booming.The Hereford's Acid Phosphate cool weather. Some corn is being
bulk of the fruit offered is large ,
planted; Irish potatoes look well; oats and
and otherwise would be Useful In all forms of n'.JlIlu.!
coarse
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., March 16. average .* rye doing fairly well, considering the
much better. We have no difficulty in weather.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Mr. C. V. Hine of Chicago author dry
selling first-class sound stock at figures E. R. DEMAIX Director.

These[Corrected are average to date quotations.by Marx Bros.Extra] choice that net $2.00 and over. We hear of of the work "On Indian River," Jacksonville Fla., March ,12, 189!.

lots.fetch prices above top quotations, while poor numerous sales throughout the State at is planting thirty acres of pineapplesnear .
lots fcell lower. far below market values
i
prices present
Oranges, bright......................$1.70 to 2.00 advised Averill.He will stay throughthe Wbv weary your throat ar.d patience with that
russet....................... 1.40101.85 and think such sales very ill just wretched cough whena 25 ctnt bottle of Dr. Bull'
u. Indian River................ 2.25102,75 now. Any grower who has taken all summer. -. -- Cough Syrup will cure you?




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Our young Folios.; for they were capable of doing it if they tries will be carried on, having a com- Our town has been daily throngedwith

chose. plete building with plenty of steam commission men from the northern -

Those Apaches must have discoveredour power in perfect order, together with cities, and such is their eagernessto
approach while we were a good
Oeronimo's Trick. way
off. Knowing we were on our return to tanks, vats, machinery, etc Tropical secure our tomatoes, that, of late,
I saw Geronimo and a dozen of his instead of soliciting consignments .
the fort, they could easily calculate ;
Apaches do something in Arizona in 1897, where would then bur- Sun.The have been for cash
we
They they buying
which I never would have believed possi- pass. February report of the Escam. spot ,
ble had I not witnessed it with my own rowed in the sand, covering themselves bia county board of health just issued, every lot brought in; paying $2 to
entirely with the blistering particles, so
eyes. The Apaches are unquestionablythe that only their snake-like eyes peered show that there were 24 deaths in $2.50 a crate for them delivered at the
most dreaded tribe of Indians on this depot. Tomatoes often net more than
forth. Thus we passed within a few Pensacola during the month, 10 white
continent.during and They more are unconquerable tougher, more than en- rods of them without suspecting their and 14 colored, making a death rate this when shipped north, but oftentr

any other of their race. An Apache can presence.In of 19.2 per 1,000 inhabitants. The less; consequently nobody is kicking-
with Gen. Crook about
the side of mountain with the conversing except the fellows who didn't plant,and
lope up a the extraordinary incident, that old campaigner deaths according to ages were as follows -
thermometer marking 120, and when he they are happy in anticipation of nextseason's
smiled and replied : : Under 1 year, 4; i to 5 years,
reaches the he won't show of
extra top will he a breathe drop "I am not surprised: I have seen them 2 ; 10 to 20 years, i"; 20 to 30 years, exploits-hence we are a jollyset
perspiration, nor
do the same thing myself but the Apacheis and remarked the
as gentleman
a
a whit faster than when he started. He ; 4 ; 30 to 40 years, i ; 40 to 50 years, ,
the Indian do it. EDWARD
will go for days without a morsel of food] only E. ELLIS, in that the can Chicago Inter-- 3 ; 60 to 70 years, 3 ; 70 to 80 years, other day, "Winter Haven is one

or a drop of water; he will live on snakes, Ocean. 5 : 80 to 90 years, i. The deaths Florida town in which a des-
mice and refuse, or if the worst comes divided between males pondentface is never seen." Four
to the worst will shoot his horse and eat were equally
what he wants of him raSet out to and females. Only one death is at carloads of vegetable crates have ,

pursue a band of Apache raiders and if ptlte ]\1es.Over tributed to la grippe.-News. already been received here. From ,
hard will now until the close of the ship
they are pressed they separate,
- At Apalachicola there are four saw-
each for himself, so that the only way to 800- -shade trees have been ping season, one dealer, Dr. Peacock,
mills which can turn out su
the is to follow them 240,000
keep up pursuit will receive two carloads a week. A
individually, in which case the Apacheis planted in Orange City this winter. perficial feet of lumber per day; one contains from to

sure to have the best end of the con- Dr. Fakes, of Ocala, has com shingle mill with a capacity of 150,000 car Bartow Courier. 2,200 2,500.-
When the hunt is the
tract. over dusky
miscreants will come together at some menced shipping. cabbage by the car shingles per day; two oyster canning

point twenty or thirty or more miles factories, with a capacity of 40,000 Rev. T. H. Rouse's kitchen garden

away. load.About fifty rafts of sawn timber cans per day, and two more canning illustrates very clearly that Floridians

There were twenty-five of us cavalrymen passed Bluff Springs, on the Escambia (oyster) factories in the process of need not go without fresh vegetables

returning from one of our fruitless river in erection, to be ready for next winter's during the winter. It is only about
one day.
pursuits of the terrible Geronimo. Our packing, with same capacity; one fish- 50 feet square, but is very richly fer
horses were worn out and so were we. Even the railroad agent, Mr. T. R. establishment which
packing packs tilized. It is divided off into beds
,
It was one of the hottest days I have has his
Canty at Quincy resigned
barrels of salted, and
ever known in that throbbing furnace of about 5,000 pick and around each bed are boards set

a country. We had several miles of position to plant tobacco. led fish per annum; one ice factory, I on edge a foot or eighteen inches

baked alkali plain still to traverse before Taylor county farmers are now having 7 tons per day. All the above enter high, with others laid across them.
reaching the fort, where we could secure rail and to double the amount of
splitting parties, many at- prises expect These may be removed at will to givea
shade and water and what we
needed most of all else-rest., tend, split rails and have fun. business for the next year, as the demand free circulation of fresh air. Thatis
for all the above mentioned
Whew! but it was hot. Had not the There are between 2,000 and a very important point and has

air been perfectly dry neither man nor 2,500 acres of tomatoes around the products is unlimited.Times. much to do with the success in the

beast could have stood it. The metal From the best the garden. Over these boards, on a cool
two towns, Minneola and Clermont. posted men on
work on our guns was so heated that no and especially when there is
night
there ,
I informed that
could bear touch it with the naked subject, am were
one to Choice lettuce from Alachua
likely to be a frost, is spread a lot of
raised last in Gadsden Decatur
hand. The air shimmered and throbbedas year ,
county, has brought $6 a crate in course sacking, sewed together and
it does over a newly plowed field at and Leon counties about 1,400,000
noontide of a summer day. Philadelphia, and beets $4 per crate. pounds of tobacco, of which about reeled back and forth on the frame as

North, east, south and west was one The Juno Sun states that millionsof 300,000 remains unsold in farmers' required. Here are turnips as big as

level stretch of plain, on which not a pineapple slips have been con- hands. As near as I can learn, an one would wish to have them, crook-

tree shrub, or even a blade of grass tracted for this season's planting of of about cents a poundwas neck squash vines well advanced, fat
grew. Far to the westward could be average 32
seen the outlines of the fort, oddly distorted new fields. paid the farmers last year. The peas in the pods, which hang thick on

through the quivering atmos- Correspondents of the Times-Union cultivation of tobacco has worked a the vines that are trained upon

phere, but in every other direction was report considerable activity in plant wonderful change in the farming com pieces of brush that are stuck in the

the naked, burning desert. at Keuka and in Gadsden within the ground; muskmelon vines that will
ing new orange groves munity county
We were strung along for a distance of
melons them in few
have ripe on a
Wildwood.The few Previous to that i
several hundred yards. In fact, there at past years.
was a squad of five horsemen much time; hundreds of them were compelledto weeks ; string beans from which all

farther than that to the rear. All the an- orange groves about Orange sell part of their lands to pay taxes. the pods have been picked and eaten:
imals were plodding slowly through the City are, almost without exception, in it cukes in bloom, fine large beets and
it seemed hot fine condition and promise They rarely saw any money, as
sand, which to me was a very carrots .tomato plants in bloom let-
the ,
all of their to
took
to roast their heads crops pay
enough eggs, droop- heavy bloom.A .
ing, while we were simply enduring it, "general store" man for the supplies tuce with heads as big as an ordinary

grimly closing our teeth, holding out to carload of bee hives in knock- which had been furnished on credit. cabbage, New Zealand and common

reach the post. : down shape reached the lake last To day the farmers have nearly $100- broad leaf spinach, Patapan and Sandwich

Was there anything to be apprehendedfrom week, consigned to Dr. Harry Stites, 000 to their credit in the Quincy Island salsify and other things.-

Geronimo? Could we old cam- whose apiary is in a most thrivingstate. ank. Tobacco Leaf. Belleview Blade.
paigners be entrapped? Low, level sandon ) .-
A second carload of Italian
every hand. Well, right there in the
midst of that flaming plain, with its hor- bees is expected soon for the same .

rible sandy waste, in which no spear of gentleman.-Juno Sun.
could find root,that frightful chief-
tain grass and his Apaches ambuscaded us. It The Coast Gazette relates the kill D.pt DfES

sounds incredible, but it is the fact. ing of a huge shark by two sportsmenwith I H2

Suddenly I heard the rifle-firing at the the very unsportsmanlike weapons .

rear. It had a dull, odd sound, but it of clubs. The monster pursuedsome
close at hand and I turned in the -
was as Brilliant !
small fish into shallow
pond
a ,
saddle, I saw that the squad farthest
away were engaged in a desperate fight and here the men headed him off andy
Durable !
with a party of Indians, who were on > repeated blows dispatched him. .
foot,shooting,striking and darting hither
and thither like so many demons. Judge G. W. Means, one of the Economical I

We instantly wheeled and hurried i pioneers of Evinston, in the successful -

back as fast as we could to the help of cultivation of oranges was in luck
our comrades, but before we could reach this season, disposing of his Diamond Dyes excel all others in Strength, Purity, and Fastness. None ether are

them three saddles were emptied, and orange just as good. Beware of imitations, because they are made of cheap and inferior: materialsand
for the -
$3,600 on trees, or equivalent
Ge. onimo and his warriors were scurry- crop of the DIAMOND DYZS
be only
give ,weak, rocky colors. To sure success use
to $1 a box. He his peach poor
the
at says
ing across plain a speed greater
for coloring Dresses, Stockings, Yarns, Carpets, Feathers, Ribbons, &c.,&c. We warrant .
than any to wInch we could force our orchard promises'a big crop, whichhe
exhausted ponies, who sank to their fetlocks always sells as a money crop.- them to color more goods,package for package, than any other dyes ever made,and to give

at every step. We gave them a Bartow News. more brilliant and durable colors. Ask for the DIAMOND, and take no other.

parting volley, which wounded several, Send postal for Dye Book,Sample Card,directions for coloring Photos.,making the finest Ilk 01' Blui f
but they managed to limp off with the The United States government is (10 cents a quart), etc. Sold by Druggists. Address
of the others, and all were soon be-
help
yond danger. I do not know how far making an experimental station at WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Burlington, Vt.

they traveled off over that burning deso- Biscayne Bay to investigate the fiber Gold, Sllyer, ,
Bronrine
For
lation, but it may have been many miles. question.[ A number of other indus- Fancy Gilding Articles or USE!! |\J"V i M IVlJ IM I D PAl NTS Copper. ,Only I0 Cea..

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washing black clothes, a little beefs with salt, pepper and flour. Have some ,,,,'..
hot fat in Put in the beef WORTH A GUINEA A BOX."
Our Rural fiome gall in the water helps to set and ren- a frying pan.
and turn that all sides
frequently may
the colors. For calicos it is
ovate brown. Take it out and put it in the

The Flour of the Future. recommended to first immerse them in braising pan, with two thin slices of bacon pJ'flWfsCURE
salt and water, made by putting three under it and a slice on top. Put in

[Concluded from last week.] gills of salt in a gallon of water. Into the pan with a large onion sliced, a sliced

"What we need is a reversal cf the this while it is hot, put the calicos, allowing carrot, six whole'peppers, four cloves, a
pinch of thyme and a of stewed to-
opinion which demands a white cup
them to remain till cool ; then matoes. Add and half of hot
a pint a SICK HEADACHE
starchy flour. We further need j
a wash and rinse in the usual manner.A water or stock, cover and simmer for ,

milling process which will grind the few drops of vitriol put into the three hours, turning it several times. j Disordered

whole berry of the wheat to such fine- rinsing water is also said to fasten all This is very nice, served surrounded bya Liver, etc.

ness that the grain will not act as an colors in with the of macedoine of vegetables. J>they ACT LIKE MAGIC on the Vital Organs,
prints exception
irritant on the membrane of the stomach CHOPPED BEEF.-Take a pound of J,restoring long-lost Complexion, bringing
black, for which the salt solution : coarse, uncooked beef, chop it fine. Put J| back the keen edge ofappctiteand arousing<
and bowels. It is well known above little the of butter in with the ROSEBUD OF
or a turpentine in one tablespoonful a frying j| HEALTH the whole<
that the.germ of the wheat contains a rinse, is recommended. This settingof pan, and when hot add a small onion J,physical energy of the human frame. These J
high percentage of ash and phosphoricacid minced and cook until a light brown. |facts are admitted by thousands, in all <
the colors will be
only necessarythe Then add the meat and a tablespoonful! S classes of society. Largest sale in the J
and also fat. Indeed the
germ f world. \
first the articles washed
time are
of salt and m
chopped parsley, some
contains almost all the fat of the pep- Of all druggists. Price
grain the chemical effect remains 25 cents a box. |
I as thoughmost per. Cook about five minutes, stirring
and it therefore becomes one of theI New York Depot,365 Canal St. 27
goods fade with age and repeated constantly. Add half a cupful of hot

most important elements of food. The washings despite precautions.Too water or stock, or if you have any gravyuse
it. Cook about ten minutes the
slight discoloration of the flour whichis on
much be
emphasis cannot placed back of the store.
caused by its presence has, how- upon this matter of the color of prints part I 4 A SCHOOL.

ever, condemned it, and in the modern and like fabrics. A great many house than
Every year more 250,000crates
system of dressing white flour it is discarded -
wives are content to soak boil and
of raised
vegetables are on Fitting young men for the active duties of life.
For much the
same reason rub delicate shades till only a muddy Tampa Bay and there are people Chartered by the Legislature of Virginia, and
yet
the cellulose and the cerealine, endorsed by the Chamber Commerce, Council,
semblance of the original coloring remains traveling through Florida and writing and prominent citizens of the city where located.
which are part of the bran, are unad i justifying themselves by the back California that For catalogue,circulars and testimonials address
to our oranges J. G. DUNSMORE.President Staunton,Va.
visably cast out. This cerealine is
plea that the fault is in the printing of and vegetables are killed by frost.St..
one of the most important of the solu-
the goods ; but it is a fact that most of Francis Facts.
ble albuminoids in respect to the en- FOR SALE
the colors except of cheap stuffs, especially ,
ergy with which it attacks the starchof those which are warranted," or would exchange for bearing grove and pay
the and it into cash difference Forty acres of rich Pine hammock -
grain converts a may be washed repeatedly with little I CURE FITS land. Thirty acre cleared, together with
species of sugar, called maltose or deterioration if the care is plank causeway, }{ mile Ion with dock and
proper When I say care I do not mean merely to stop them ferry i mile from Grahamville, on Ocklawaha
dextrose. It also has a diastatic taken. Red table linens, embroideries for a time and then have them return again. I mean a River;4 miles from Silver Springs. AddressA.
radical I have made the d.seasa of FITS, EPILEPSY .
action which ferment wher- cure.
sets up a and of that class which
goods or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. I TREAD WELL,
ever it is present, thus assisting in the lose all their attractiveness if the clear, warrant my remedy to cure the worst cases.' Becaaae .
digestion of other articles with whichit others have failed is no reason for not now receiriiig a Redding, Conn.
pure color is damaged, should never cure. Send at occe for a treatise and a Free Bottle of .
comes in contact. It acts on the be allowed to get very much soiled before my infallible remedy. Give Express and Poet Office.H. .

food much in the same way as the washing ; otherwise it is next to G. ROOT, DI. C., 183 Pearl Su. Y. Y. STATE BANK OF FLORIDA

saliva or gastric juice. It is in fact, impossible to get them thoroughlyclean "XOT lyCOnVOllATEV."

one of nature's- wonderful aids to di without injury to the hues. They REPORT OF THE CONDITION

gestion. should be washed quickly, in water in OK JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

"The bread made from whole-wheat which a little powdered borax has The I Fist National Bank $30,000.00
Capital -
meal has a richer, more palatabletaste been dissolved, rinsed in tepid water ,

than ordinary wheat bread. Cer- containing a little boiled starch, and, OP FLORIDA, --- ----- -- --

tainly its constituents, being those after drying in the shade, should be At Jacksonville in the State of Florida, at the Hatch Chickens by Steam
close of business March i, 1892 : EXCELSIOR INCUBATOR .
provided by nature, are calculated to ironed before they are fully dry.- IMPROVED

assist the digestive powers, and es Good Housekeeping. RESOURCES. 1 : do. irnp14..Pn-/ed Thousands and foeoenfal&I/-l.gvlal..g oper-.

pecially to counteract --. .. Loans and discounts ..... ..... ..... $209,333.50 ftwm firet-clans Hatcher made.
constipated
any Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.... 4,760.34U. & to hatch a larger percentage
tendencies. For the health of the Orange Marmalade. S. bonds to secure circulation...... 50,000.00 Iiead6atormn.ust.wg.erg*at.ezaabTAtugaIzsylu.PRINTING lei cost than any outer..
Stocks securities, etc........ .. ....... 34,160.00
whole people, as well as upon groundsof Take six large oranges, and the skin Due from approved reserved agents 43541.28

economy, it would appear to be a ([only) of four lemons (reserving the Due Due from from.State other National banks and banks.bankers.... ... 51291.57 31,457.24Banking

duty to better utilize the nutritiousand pulp and juice of lemons), and just house,furniture and fixtures, 22,500.00Other OFFICE

digestive substances in the wheat. covering and keeping covered with owned.real.. ...estate.........and. ....mortgages......-...- 11758.45
"This question of. proper food is water; boil slowly for two hours ; at Current expenses and taxes paid .... 2723.30
Premiums on U. S. bonds...... ...... 9,000.00
one that thinking physicians might the end of that time take them out, Checks and other cash items..... ..... 6,758.84
discuss. If it is a fact that, by a sim. and boil the water down to one quart ; Bills of other bank" ,............... .... 8394.00 _E'O SA E.
,
Fractional nickles
pIe reform in the grinding and prepar- when cool, remove all seed, and chop and cents paper........-:urrency.. ......... .... 147.89
ation of article Specie.....ti........:............ ..... 15559.50
an of such universaluse fine the oranges, lemon skin and pulp, Legal-tender notes.................... 25,000.00 .
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as flour, a great benefit can, be and boil with the quart of water and Redemption fund with U.S.Treasurer -' .. ...> .. :f, 't'f<-:\
((5 per cent.of circulation)............ 3880.00 .
effectually secured, no greater good ten pounds of granulated sugar thirty -- .3. t

could be achieved than by encouraging minutes. Be careful not to allow it to Total..... ......................... $530.265.91 I have had placed in my hands.; '

such a reform. It is important to burn, as so much sugar is apt to do. LIABILITIES. ,. .

create a popular feeling strong enoughto When cool, pour it into jelly glasses.If Capital stock paid in ................. $ 50000.00 and offer for sale a '
Surplus fund........................... 10,000.00
carry reform and improvement over [ it is desired to have it more solid or Undivided profits...................... 36,96329
the strong fortifications which preju. firm soak box of Coxe's gelatinein National bank notes outstanding..... 37.400.00
one
Dividends unpaid...................... 150.00
dice, ignorance and habit have formed the cold water to be used, for an Complete Jointing Office :

around the present starchy compound hour before placing on the stove.- DEPOSITS.

which we call wheat bread." Good Housekeeping. Individual check deposits. ........subjectto ....... 305530.30
a ..---- Demand certificates of deposit ON EASY TERMS.
..............,...... 8,400.61
Washing Colored Clothing. Recipes. Certified checks........... 5855.89
Only white clothes are to be boiled. ROLLED BEEF. Take a round steak Due to other National banks banks and 5*>39M2

When the colored articles are reacheda and spread over it one-half cup of finely Due- bankers.to State..... ............ 24,574.40-395.752.62 CYLINDER PRESS, TWO Jon TRESSES :

suds of medium strength should be dash chopped of cayenne ham, mixed and a tablespoonful with one egg,of a Total.. .................. ........... $530,265-9 AND FULL: OUTLAY OF TYPE. .

l prepared, and rendered sufficientlycool parsley. Roll the steak and tie with STATE OF FLORIDA / ss.
to allow the hands to be borne in twine. Roll it in flour. Have some hot COUNTY OF DUVAL,S
I, Taliaferro Cashier the above named
it. The clothes should then be washed fat in a frying pan, put in the steak and bank Bryan, do solemnly swear that the above state- ,..',
and rinsedin brown it on all sides. Put it in a sauce- ment is true to the best of my knowledge and :
out as rapidly as possible, pan. To the fat in the frying pan add belief, BRYAN TALJAFEBRO Cashier., I Further information on application to:/ :! '
a manner similar to that employed two; tablespoonfuls of flour and one pintof

for the white portion. One pt hot water or stock. Stir until it boils. day Subscribed of March,and 1892.sworn to before me this 8th

the great difficulties met with in Pour this gravy over the rolled steak. JAMES I. MUNOZ, .

the washing of that class of goodsis Add a small onion, a sprig of parsleyand Notary Public. Chas. W. DaCosta
a bay leaf. Cook gently for two Correct-Attest: ,
the tendency to fade; but in hours. JAMES M.SCHUMACHER,
J. C. S. SCHUMACHER,
nearly all cases a slight precautionwill Take five-pound i :
BEEF BRAISE.- a piece JOHN" CLARK, JACKSONVILLE FLA. 'L
prove an effectual preventive. In of rump of beef. Dredge on all sides ,I i .. Directors. -:'<-

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Wealth. fault of starting too late in the spring of Pensacola), and plant them where J "Time and time again have bee
Our J'aturra.I f I I while the sub- ropical !)cen.to begins the tree is to stand permanently. I chronicled Mr. A. P. Tully's and hij

blooming before Christmas and so is Under good cultivati, in a year son George's prodigious productionof
West Florida. usually killed by freezing weather in'' most if not all the young trees will be sugar and syrup, and Col. John SJ
Last week we gave a brief sketch of the latter part of winter. In regard to stout enough to tongue-graft The Terrell's unexampled production oi
each county; in this issue! we will its habit of blooming the Honey peach. cions, taken from choice trees should i sweet potatoes, and their productIon
present some account of the leading seems best adapted to this climate. It : be cut some time before they are used, of sugar and syrup are reported beaten
staples and of other crops that have starts with full vigor early in the say about Christmas, and kept in sand ; that is, their competitors report
been found adapted tb the soil and climate i spring but does not waste its bloom until needed. As soon as the stock the number of barrels of sugar and
even if not yet advanced to the I during the winter like the Peento.In trees show signs of swelling the buds, syrup produced per acre without hinting .
rank of staples. fact it was the only budded variety say about the beginning of February, as to the number of pounds of
FRUITS. making a full crop last year, but its they should be cut to the ground and sugar and gallons of syrup. in each
At the great Ocala Exposition last small size gives it doubtful value for the dons grafted on them. If any barrel. Sugar and syrup barrels are
year the exhibit of Dt Funi k.Springs, market. Some of the native seedlingsare are still too slender, the grafting can not all the same size, nor are they all,
Walton county, was one of uncom- quite promising.PLUMS.. be deferred till the next year. I brimtull. But Col. Ferrell's production -

mon interest. J. T. Stubbs, the director POSSIBLE PROFITS OF CULTIVATION.The of sweet potatoes is unprecedented. -
for the county, had Japanese Of the Japan 'rieties Kelsey and pecan tree yields its crop of From one anda half acres he
quinces of extraordinary size, some Botan both fruited in a small way last nuts almost without failure every sea- gathered 1,000 bushels of large potatoes
weighing over three pounds, and he season, and both are very promising.The son ; however, not in equal abun- leaving all the small ones in the;
stated that make its patch for the hogs, or at the rate of a
they a very fair Kelsey showed two faults of dance, one year of fruitfulness being
r article of Mrs. G. Caw- early blooming and fraction over 666 bushels per acre.
preserves. a tendency to rot, generally followed by one ol considerably
thon confirmed this statement and I but its great size and fine flavor make shorter crops. From numerous The ground and potatoes were meas-
added that her father had grown one : it well worth growing. So far the inquiries made it can be asserted ured. The witness still lives."
weighing 4U pounds, and that theyare Botan has developed no serious fault.It that a tree, after having reached the Mr. A. W. Stewart, of Gait, Santa
of a good quality. is not so large as the Kelsey but is twentieth year, will for generations to Rosa County, finds profit in growingthe
STRAWBERRIES.btrawDernes earlier and even more delicious. come yield an income averaging from Nansemond potato for shipmentto
Wild Goose is and the Northern markets.
grow well here and not promising fifteen dollars to twenty dollars a yearat
seem quite healthy. We have seen beds Marianna is probably only valuable as ruling market prices. Consideringthe SPANISH PEANUT.At .
that have stood through two summersin a stock. facilities with which the shipping the Ocala Exposition Mr. G. T.
fairly good condition. The better PEARS. and marketing of the pecan nut is Anderson, 01 DeFuniak, had on exhi-
way, however, is to set out new This cool, moist soil seems to be attended and its possible transportation bition the Spanish peanut, which he
plants during some wet time in Au. particularly well adapted to the growthof to the most distant points without prefers to the Virginia variety because''
gust. Set a foot apart in the row and pear trees. All kinds thrive' that any injury-considering, too, the in- it grows erect and has the nuts all ina
keep off runners. On good soil they have been tried, and as yet no blight creasing demand for this fine dessertnut bunch, rendering them much easierto
will make fine stocky plants before has been observed. The LeConte has in this country and in foreign dig than those which are scatteredall
'cold weather. Plow up after fruitingand been more ]largely planted than any markets-there can be no doubt about over the ground. They are naturally -
plant to corn or other crops ; other variety. It makes an enormous the profits to be derived from the adapted to limestone lands, as
this practically makes a winter crop of growth and is giving some very heavy establishment of a pecan grove. No in Tennessee and Virginia, particularly
the strawberry, and saves the expensesof yields. In one orchard of 100 trees part of an estate will prove of greater the limestone hammocks of
fighting crab grass all summer. planted seven years ago, there are now and more permanent value as a bequest Florida. This suggests the use of
Strawberries are quite soft grown in 99 trees alive, and last year it pro to posterity. lime and potash. New pine land
this soil, and only the firmest varietieslike duced over 550 bushels of marketablefruit. OTHER FRUITS.It produces tupa at the expense of the-

Neunan and Wilson will bear distant was stated last fall that over nuts.For
shipment. Kinds like Crescentand THE PECAN. 80,000 deciduous fruit trees, chiefly planting they are hulled, and
Sharpless, so popular farther Mr. Arthur Brown, of Bagdad, has peaches, pears and plums, had been dropped, one at a place, about two by
north, are so soft here as to be worth- had great success in growing this fine planted about DeFuniak. A.V.. I three feet; worked on level. It is not
less for market. nut of which he has necessary to cover the bloom. A
,
developed several Stewart, of Galt, has made a very
RASPBERRIES. } highly improved varieties. His encouraging beginning in growing hoelul of earth on each hill saves
Have orchard is but ten feet above picking fine grass. They don't need
observed Turner, Cuthbert sea grapes, of which he has sent us very
and Brandywine for two years, but level. good samples of Ives and Delaware; much work. The tops must not be
they do not succeed here.They Naturally, this tree is confined to he has several acres planted and finds torn loose in cultivating.The .
make a fairly good growth the first the rich, cool and damp soil or the ready market for them. Peaches, Tennessee and Virginia varie-
season, but they seem to die duringthe river bottom land3, with a sub soil grapes and strawberries are being ties are not a success generally in
fall and winter, and only bear a which offers to its long taproot a constant planted about Pensacola to a very Florida (as is also the case with
few scattered berries. supply of m')isture. This water considerable extent. peaches from the same section). We
supply and abundant plant food are use here the Spanish varieties, both
BLACKBERRIES. essential to the perfect growth of tree CASSAVA. the *'Standups>" and "Lay downs."
Early] Harvest and Wilson both sue and the production of nuts" of the At the Ocala Exposition S. K. The upright is rather the best for forage .
teed fairly well, but require good soil. best quality; The pecan shuns a Causseaux, .a very intelligent farmer and hay; the other yields the most
The Southern Dewberry (rubus trill- dry, silicious soil, and the attemptsto ofVakulta County, had the most nuts, and is very good forage. I class
ia/is) seems a much more promising raise it on the sandy, rolling pine complete exhibit ot cassava that we them with our very best 'forage. The
fruit than its Northern relative. It lands have resulted in have ever seen. He stated that he nuts do not command the price in
disappointment
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bears abundantly and is very early, the highly porous soil render- raises four acres every year, giving market that the Tennessee do, on ac-
often beginning to ripen early in ing the application of fertilizers of him 1,200 to 1,500 bushels, and he count of park color, caused by Florida
April, four to six weeks earlier than little benefit to the tree. It fails, uses it for all his stock, cutting it for soil.The
Early Harvest. The fruit is large and also, on lands with a rocky sub soil, his cows in a common hay cutter. He "Stand-ups" ripen in the mid-
of good quality, though perhaps a lit which impedes the growth of its uses it freely on his table, makes it dle of summer, and should then be
tle acid. root. tap into starch for laundry purposes, etc. harvested. March and April is plant-

PEACHES. PROPAGATION BY GRAFTING. MT. J. T. Stubbs, of DeFuniak, also ing time. Early planting secures the
Most native seedlings bore a full To obtain just such nuts Za- desired had a tine display of it, and stated to us soundest nuts, but for 'forage the first
crop last season while budded fruit -that is, to propagate and multi- that he has produced 32,000 pounds hall of summer will do.
was almost a failure. This was in ply extra fine qualities-as in other per:: acre on pine land, or 533 bushels; CORN.We .
part on account of the April freeze, fruit trees and that he considers it excellent feed
grafting must bo resorted have lately published a state
but the for fattening hogs. Four bushels of
principal cause seemed to be to. ment of the by the Clop-
crop grown
that the it are more than bushel of
trees had not fully recovered equal to a
The cultivator
quoted states that in ton Bros., of Brent, Escambia County,
from the corn, and hogs will fatten it faster
peculiar and widespread the face of the bold assertions to the on on pine land-fifty bushels acre.
than on corn. He also had per
damage caused by the unusually warm contrary made years ago, he suc pumpkins At Ocala W. M. Diamond showed
winter three years ago. They bloomedand ceeded without failure in whip-graft which were very large, over two feet fine samples of the Hickory King, an
the fruit long. He has raised them
set at the proper season, ing or tongue grafting the pecan on a weighingover acclimated Florida variety said to be
but the leaves did i oo pounds on new land wherea
not start early common hickory (the mockernuO, or able to resist the weevil. GeorgeHamilton
enough to it and it log heap had been burned.
support finally the stock being sawn ofl'close! to the also exhibited a'"weevil-
withered and fell. It is singular that ground. He would layer well shaped SWEET POTATOES, ETC. proof variety," ears large and heavy
many Northern varieties ,not only of and well flavored nuts in sand until A local writer says of the Wakulia in the hand, kernels deep grown
peaches but of other fruits, have the January and February (in the latitude County hammock lands: fine specimen. very

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(fuegard; the danger: of sterilizingthe
Lincoln Coreless Winter Pear dom from blight other diseases, a to

UPLAND RICE. Is controlled and prices fixed by a regular, heavy bearer; strong healthy soil by applications of the Bor.

At the Ocala there were< best deaux mixture Professor Halsted
Exposition an excellent shipper; the ,
syndicate and by an especial arrangement grower
scores of exhibits of excellent upland we are now enabled to offer it for of keepers. Largest size-single speci- writes that he has seedling c; plants and
rice from all of the State 1 the I cuttings growing in soil which contains -
parts ; the first time. This wonderful and remarkable mens weigh i to i)4 pounds. High

heads well filled, bright and heavier so far as we are able color-rendering it a very attractive : one per cent. ol copper sulphate,
pear,
in the hand than the best Northern to ascertain is a chance seedling. It market fruit; absence of seeds and and they are as vigorous as similar

wheat-heads we ever saw. But this originated in, Lincoln county, Tenn., core-there being an uninterruptedsolid plants in soil entirely free from copper.It .

is only a remunerative crop on level near Alabama line, and the origin mass of melting, juicy, luscious would require a century of sprayingon

lands not liable to droughts, creek and tree can be traced back for sixty flesh found in no other variety, rendering the approved method before the

river bottoms, and soils retentive c of during which time it has seldom it very desirable as a desert or soil of a vineyard or orchard would

moisture. High, rolling lands;clay years,failed to bear. The original tree canning fruit. Quality the best of contain a like proportion of copper.

and sandy soils are unfavorable to the than shell but its season.-WM. PARRY. Cs I
is now scarcely more a IF TOUR HACK tram
crop. The region known as the pine is still free from blight and is bearing This would seem to be to pears Or you are all worn out,really rood for nothing -

belt, which extends back from the sea fruit. Notwithstanding the fact that; what the Navel is to oranges-the perfect ;It it generaldcbiltty.JJ.'O.V tUTTBHB.TryArtOlTAVi

from eighty to a hundred miles, and bad fruit the old tree ultimate fruit. One tree of it U will cuie you, cleanse your liver and girt
1890 was a year,
reaches from Virginia to Texas, is, had some fruit, and the samples were might be a good thing to have.-ED. a good appetite.

perhaps better adapted to the production
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secured from which our plates were
of upland rice than of any other J. P. TALIAFERRO,
L. MARVIN
made. The young trees are good JOHN
cereal crop. On good soils and i in 1 President. Vice-President.
wood dark foliage healthy
growers, CONRAD,
THOS. W.
favorable seasons it yields from fifteen H. T. BAYA,
leaf
and entirely free from. blight, Assistant Cashier.
to fifty bushels per acre. Commercial rust or mildew. Cashier.

fertilizers must be used to raise other
The fruit is very large and matures CHPITAIi $100,000.

crops, but are not required for this late in the season, at which time it i i is
kind of rice. Fertilizers produce a
hard and but when put away
green; ,
large growth of straw, but do not add and kept during winter, it gradually BANK

materially to the amount of grail. mellows, becomes very highly colored THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL ,

Potash and decayed vegetables are the
juicy, rich and of a very delicate

best fertilizers.A aromatic flavor. It keeps longer than

variety, said to be brought from any other variety known or tested in JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,

Cochin China, is grown to.a limited that section, having been kept in

extent and is the best adapted to quite good condition until March. The Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General

high and dry grounds. Upland rice flesh is of a rich yellow tint. It has

may be planted at any time from the neither seed nor core, and can be pre Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .

ist of March to the beginning of served whole. Occasionally a specimen -

June. That planted in March produces will nave a rudimentary seed or -

the heaviest grain, but its culti two, which are merely black specks,

vation is attended by several difficul about the size of a pin head, and INVITED.

ties. The seed is likely to be eaten rudim entary core lines; but these are

by birds; the soil becomes hard around the excep tions and the core lines are

the young plants, and the crop requires; never hard and leathery. Some of its I>II Ec'rOT S I

much working. The middle of Aprilis good; features, briefly stated, are free-
regarded as the best time for putting John L. Marvin, A. B. Campbell, Chas. arvin,

in the seed. Planted at that time the 45 sold In '88 Jas. P. Tallaferro T. W. Roby, Judge W. M. R.Davidson B. Archibald, ,
I C. B. Rogers,
VV. B. Clarkson,
seed comes up quickly, the plants 2,288 sold in '89 Dr. H. Rob'n! on. John E. Hartridgo.

make a rapid growth and great saving 6,268 sold In '90

ot labor is effected. The soil is prepared

as for corn and small grains, andis 20,049 sold in '9.! NEW DISCOVERY ACCIDENT

then thrown into low ridges from 50.000 will be sold| In'92! In compounding a solution a pan WM accldentljr spilled on the band
up the
washing afterward. it WM discovered tbat balr was com.
three to three and a half feet apart. A, Steel Windmill and Steel ,ij and pletely on remoTed. W* ... OL.CC jan...la YdJ". er...* p.epunt.c. 1. ,.. ,Lo
Tower every 3 minutes. market and so treat baa been tbe demand. tbat we are now introducing
An opening is then made in the top ::::T These figures tell the It throughout the world under tbe name. of Queen's Anti-l! lrioe,
of the drill and the seed in with tory of tho ever- rowlng, t IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND
put
ver-solng, everlasting SO SIMPLE ANY CHILD CAN USE IT.
the hand or by mean: of a seed drill. Steel Aermotor. Where the hair over and apply the mixture for a few minutes and the
one goes others follow, C) Lay pain or Injury whenapplied
If by magic without the slightest
From one to two pecks of seed is re and we"take the country." !'O i 9 :;''' o.. hair disappears or ever afterward.as. It unlike any. other preparation. ever used
longi Bold,we were unable to make all of !.0-i Thousands of LA)I ES who have been annoyed
quired for an acre. The covering ma) the 20,041 Aermotors In TH. Orden often ........w..:r- fora like balr purpoee.on their FA CE. }NECK and A1CMS attest Ha merit
waited S weeks to be filled,but now we hate 0 I If" ." with beard or balron tbelfnf'tt.
be done with hoe drawing a who donot appreciate
by OKNTLKMKN
a or
G: : -
tiY' Increased our plant and are pre- 0. S g,: ;'i y' Anti-IIalrlnewhicb does away
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', 5 boon In Qnern'a
pared pram pUT to plant our Increase In Ends pricclCM
board across the ground. ..ery habitable portion of the Ale yon cartons to know how the Aer- ":.Q.2 Price of Qaeeni Antl-Halrlne ti. per bottle sent In safety mailing boxen" postage paid by as( -
Correspondence
-- 4ih of iti exlit- g p o.t with full address written plainly
motor Co.tn the year sealed from observation. ). Send money or stamps by letter word It
c In
tno., came to make many times BS B;=::_ strictly confidential. This advertisement is honest and straight forward every
That the strawberry crop in 1892 ir navy windmills as all other ;I= :N contains. We Invite yon to deal with as and you will find everything" rfpr "ntf'd. Cut O.this You out and can
takers combined?BOW we came SCI!: o lend to-day. Address QUEEN CHEMICAL CO., 174 Race Street, CINCINNATI,
the South and West will be small is a-1"1" safe delivery. Wto will pay 8500 for any ease
toorlftnate the Steel Wheel tbe register your 1.'Lfor..t any Port Office to insure its .
uaraDteed.SPEIILTO
is ,,JC Steel Fixed Tower the Oteel Tilting ap 0" ot failure or slightest Injury to any parchaer. Every" bottle
There
already an assured fact.( a C Towart 4 0 C of Qnren's Ant(-galria..
Bottles
in the :.a I Q ilL We commenced la a field Inr S:i.... ladles who lntrodne. and sell among yard their beet Mends silk.38 :Xxtra Large Bottle and....11""..
noted shrinkage n.t only num o wbtob there had been no impror- ct:;.. p will present with a BILK DBX88,1 Commission to Amenta.TO .
Ow 4 Salary or
.. pt ;: essssstosl of silk to telftol from ant with order.
T3 f'f*i for IS year, and In which :; i
but in the at
ber of the plants acreage : O there seemed no talent or ambition, ;:-//5.::I ALL BUYERS

many of the leading points of supply. o::*:J ini.Me and none Imitation of eioeptg our .C..4 C,

Mississippi's will be much smaller C p o Inventions. x= i I OF
crop -2: 3d. Before eommenclnf the s C=i .
than last year's, and so will Louis 2 manufacture, exbanstlr scien. w D::Sp POULTRY.
C life inrestlf etlon and expert(3 i FANCY
iana's. The Florida crop, coming ina C mente were made by a skilled z,1E .
.. mechanical engineer In which t.v:8p =:
small way already, is not one.half a 3 our 5,000 dynes ometrto tests .. '
C 0 were made on Cl differentforms.C m1 ATTENTION!
full Unfavorable weather last = of wheels,propelled by artificial f 1 i rC
crop. and therefore uniform wind Ta ,-
.. RNs t: r fS all fowls sent
and several severe frosts the In which settled definitely many '--" -
season ... questions relating to theproper' ,P".. ,,, HEREAFTER by express,
six weeks reduced the supply.The 3 Speed of wheel the best form. t .. the former
will at -
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past l" aafle, Curvature end amount of sail mrfkce, the resliVw go
drouths and unfavorable weatherlast g. ante of air to rotation, abstractions la the wheel each ejf rE 4 rates-a great saving to my customers. !
heavy wooden arms,obstructions before the wheel, u lathe This is by special arrangement -
fall in Tennessee and Arkansas 1.c vaneles mill, and many oilier more abstruse,tho fk and U confined to
.not lees These -
G j. Important questions. InvOStlKatlons fowls from vards.
largely reduced the number of plants, ;i proved that tho power of the best We are the my largest breeders oi j
wind wheels could be doubled and the
_ some of the beds or fields looking so W 0 AERMOTOR dally demonstrates It has a Come thoroughbred and see poultry our stock in Florida.or send i

badly that they were plowed under, .o.i 3 0 been 34. To done.the liberal policy of the l nnotot Co,thfctnarea.C for our illustrated catalogue and j
a. tees its goods satisfactory or pays freight both ways,and iek > price list of 14 van ties.
under
and so few plants were made E theenoraoas output or its factory which enable It to Asa -, ; ; Poultry supplies of all kinds.
nlh the best article at lees than the poorest le sold tor. for r.
3 Shell
the unfavorable conditions that there :G I o "n we turnbh the most perfect bearings w put r Incubators and Clover Brooders Cutters,
The r::'fn a windmill end bar male aa exhaustive re- and Bone Mills,
was practically no replanting. 9 vision of the Aermotor and Towers. r Wire Netting,Desiccated Fish and
low prices last too made growers M If jou want a strong,stiff.Steel Fixed Tower-If yea Boiled Blood and Bone to make|
year
.. want the tower yon don't hate t.ooUlllbht Steel TlltlnzS f hens lay.
indifferent to the situation. This is .Tower)and the Wheel that runs wben all o\her.ltaDd.U1
Oe that OOIt.yOQ I..*tbaa wood and lasts ten times as font
the case not only inVest Tennesseeand ... :*(The Steel lermotor)or If you want a Geared Aermotor.. EGGS TO HATCH.E. .
G choro.grind,eat feed pump water turn grindstone and
Arkansas but also in Southeast C > sew wood that does the work of i horses at the eon of W. AMSDEN,
e f>> ene(f 100),write for copiously Illustrated printed matte?, Ss; OrmondFlaMABCU
and Southern ..showing eonxtvebt.pk a..1 windmill eoastrnetleaia
Missouri Kentucky 4: ererr .
.. ,end work,to the AERMOTOR CO.12th and Book* I I .
Illinois.-P. M. KIELY. well S;..,Cbloago.or 12 Main!L,Saa Francisco.



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yak VI. 'Agriculture' is the Basis of Wealth." "No. 11. .


The Hardships of Farming. to consume, and the market value of'I'r cal office holders and some others, should do anything except it can do it

Editor Alliance Department: these is to him a matter of not the were many years ago granted the better than private citizens can. Pri-
Within the last year or two it has least practical account, for he supplies I i I I privilege to charge, or were given the vate citizens now furnish 95 per cei.t.

become a very common thing to hear his need of these products by his money outright, so that their day's of our currency, and they supply it
the woes of the farmer set forth in labor and not by money outlay. It labor was doubled or quadrupled in much better than the governmentdoes

tones of pity, sorrow or indignationthat is only the surplus of his crops or contrast with that of the farmer. the remaining 5 per cent. The

some accursed speculator or products that need be considered, This has led to a very unfair condition next step in the evolution of finance
robber transporter had wrought this and such other crops as are made for of things, as can now be ob- should be towards taking the remain-
grievous wrong to the simple husbandman i money income as a special or served in of
crop by any person not wanting ing 5 per cent. out politics and not
who knows no guile. Not a little crops. discernment. To illustrate this point putting the other 95 per cent. back
of this hue and cry has been made for Whatever a farmer raises for homeuse more clearly, let us take the farmer, again, as the "spot cash war green-
personal or political ends and is in no is equally valuable to him if the and we find his earnings to be hardly back" idea implies. ((2)) But the as-
sense calculated to improve the condi market price for those same productsis $30 per month. Now, it is a common sertion that all moveable products of
tion of the farmer, but rather to make very low as though it was very high.If matter for others whom we have labor and labor itself "constitute the

him the more discontented and cause it is very dear he may strive to makea referred to above to receive from $75to real foundation for issuing currency,"

him to regard with angry feelings both lessquantity serve his home wants, $150 per month for their labor or is the cardinal fallacy in our friend's

middlemen and transporters. Now, and by this means have the opportunity services, and the farmer pays his full theory. This was the fatal idea in
that this is partly fiction as well as to turn some portion into money; share of all this labor or service\ so John Law's famous scheme, and has

partly truth, I will attempt to show; then, again, when products are very much more highly priced than his always been the weak place in green
and as there has been a way to reach cheap there is apt to be somewhatmore own. The time has come now when backism. Representative money can

this state of things let us see if we of waste; and these considera- this should end, and the farmers can never safely be based upon any kind
cannot find a way leading out from it.Do tions belong to the subject, so we end it at their good pleasure if they of wealth which will not be currently

_not let us forget that we have to should.not ignore them. will unite so to do. A. F. BOYCE. accepted as money in any community;
deal constantly with stern facts. That But just here comes in another view p. g hence a promise to pay in these commodities
while conditions are often changing quite worth notice-prices of farm and A One-Man Power Needed. would be useless. Nothing

certain' well known laws or natural garden products vary about in the same Editor Alliance Department: but the coin the paper represents, or

forces exist unchangingly.Wheat proportion as the general supply or 1 wish to add a few remarks to the the commodity of which the coin is
and corn and meat and dairy plentitude of the crops may be. For very sensible article of Frank Higelin made will fill that function. There-

products are selling to-day at prices instance, eggs are never worth 30 cents FRUIT GROWER of January 28th.I fore no other form of wealth can be a
fully equal to what the same products per dozen except when the farmer has I agree with him ; we want the distribution safe basis for representative money. A
brought in money forty years ago. only a very few either for home use or of the entire crop to be in the currency based upon noncirculatablewealth
It is far more easy to day to get the to spare for sale. And thus it will be care of one man. But I do not see is simply an irredeemable cur-
money for any surplus farm product with grain or meat or fruit etc. The .
the necessity of shipping points, as rency which in its very nature is un-
than it was forty or fifty years since. farmer who grows the most nearly arrangements could be made so thata workable. ((3)) Nor is the third point,
transportation charges are not perhaps what products of the farm or gardenhis car lot could be consigned from any that the amount of currency shouldbe
quite[ one-half as much as they were home consumption calls for will part of the State. Then let this one limited only by what will enable
thirty or forty years back. It is much find he has the of independence .
larger "
measure man consign the fruit to about 100 or everybody to buy with "spot cash,
easier for the farmer to get fifty or a in a contrast with the one more of our own men stationed at all any more tenable. "Spot cash" is the
hundred dollars' for produce off the who grows special crops for money. the markets we can reach, and then method of barbarism, and credit that
farm than it was before 1860. It is wherewith to purchase other ,
products let these men distribute to as many of civilization. To return to a "spot
unquestionable that each dollar will required. Farming is largely. raising !I good houses as will be necessary to cash" method of doing bnsiness wouldbe
purchase more of very many lines of one's living off the farm. We have handle judiciously the volume of fruitto like returning to hand labor and

goods wanted by the farmer than it of late years departed from this as a each of their respective territories. stage coach methods of production,

could ever before. rule and now must return thereto or As these men will be present to seethe I and be about as impracticable.
Now, no sober-minded man will continue to a penalty.
pay condition on its arrival and to cial Economist.
:laim that our farm hands are less The other condition or idea is simply watch after the interest of the fruit .. .
ble to produce fair crops than they this : The farmers have been pay growers the commission men would A Land of PromisesI

were a number of years ago ; nor is itis ing too many manufacturers, too not have such a good chance to be am trying to show you that it is

laborious at this time to raise a many transporters, too many professional dishonest, if they are ever guilty of not our fault out in Kansas that we
iven; quantity of most farm products, workers and too officials
" many such. Give each shipper a stencil are mortgaged. They tell us that out
or the reason of the farm machinery nearly or quite twice what their laboror
with his name and address, and thenif in Kansas we are lazy and shiftless.No .
ow in use. services or goods should have been a grower cannot be taught what to we are not. We are the hardest
If, then, these facts prove that the rated in exchange for the farmer'slabor
ship and what not to ship in one way workers out there that you have any-
ndividual farmer can raise more than or products of his labor. he can be taught it by getting nothing where. I have stated before a hundred
:ver before, and can sell the same This is a matter so often passed
for his shipment. Then with a good audiences that the farmers of
eadily for money, and a dollar will over in silence that I wish to it
give
attorney to look after the delays and Kansas, one day with another, winter
)uy him more of the goods he wants some little prominence. Before 1860
bad I and all the
handling see no reason why summer, way through,
han in the past; if his lands are as the farmer could sell his farm
or gar- they should not stop. The expenseof with their wives and children, do almost
ruitful as in the days gone by and den or dairy products his fruit
or such an association! need not be twice as much work under the
ransportation charges are even less poultry and eggs, his live animals, over $100,000.00 per annum, and stress of mortgages and debts as the
ban in "ye good olden time;j" if his at just about the same prices as are would be a saving of millions to the slaves of the South ever did under the
nuscle and his cunning be what thatf ruling at the time. He could
present fruit and vegetable growers. lash, and I have not found a man to
> his fathers were, how then can he then of manufacturerthat
procure any Without some such an associationwe dispute it.Ve work without masters
:ry out that"all things are against which constituted a day's workof had just as well throw up the and we yield almost everything we
ne? Woe is lot 1"!
my the factory hand for a trifle more sponge and quit the business. earn to the other fellows. We do not
Right here two conditions or ideas than a day's work of himself. This
HAPPY.GO.LUCKY. think that is right. We ought to have
onfront us. One is of a fixed characr exchange, while commonly made Floral City, Fla., Feb. 20th, 1892. better prices.
the other is susceptable of re- through the in circulation _
money was I want to give one reason why Kan-
oval, and this should be done at an nevertheless a literal exchange, and Money and Currency.Mr. sas is mortgaged worse than other

arly date. adjusted upon a fair basis, each one Jones presents as the three places. The Republicans are partly
The first named condition or idea receiving an equivalent that workedno "
"great truths of greenbackism when debts
(i) right they say our are an
; this : the farmer may grow so much injustice or undue partiality. that it
is an essential function of gov- evidence of enterprise and activity, r
orn or oats, wheat or meat, dairy Under a stimulated condition of .
ernment to supply the currency. Thisno because when a man is in a quicksand -
roducts. or vegetables and fruits ass values or prices manufacturers, professional -E ion is neither new nor true; it i is and is sinking, the more he struggles .

family or his farm stock may need workers, transporters, politi- .not essential that the.government the faster he sinks. We are a strug"THE -. r










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Lmc17' 1892] THE FLORIDA DISPATCH, FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER. 215



gling, enterprising, and active people.We Brevard County Alliance. Ralph Waldo Emerson once said RICH FLORIDA LANDS

are the same people upon whom Yesterday (Thursday) the annual The men in the cities who are the cen- ,
the slave broke its sword and ters of the whee of
power meeting of the Brevard County Farmers' energy, driving s
the money power seems likely to breakits trade, politics or practical arts the
sword on the same people. NowI Alliance was held at the court women of beauty and genius, art the

will tell you another reason why we house. The hour of meeting was to children or grandchildren of fan ers,

are mortgaged so much. When the have been 10 o'clock a. m., but at and are spending the energies heir

soldiers came back from the army they that hour the president and some of fathers' hardy life accumulated.
were paid just half the contract pricefor .
the delegates had not arrived from
their services. They came back .
found in Kansas down the river. The vicepresidentcalled If I
poor. They good I EVERY FAMILY f
homesteads. There were many in the Alliance to order at 11 a. m. II
I
Illinois (my native State) who were and about noon the president arrived. Should be provided with Ayer's Pills. I

bankrupt there, and they went West. The usual business was transactedand No other aperient is in such general demand -

These glorious men who had up the Alliance proceeded with the or so highly recommended by the

held the flag in a struggle for existence election of county officers for the profession. Mild but thorough in oper-
ation these the best of all
pills are remedies -
found Kansas a land of promise, and ensuing year. We did not learn the for constipation,biliousness,heart-
they went there. But, in spite of of all the officers but
names we un- burn, indigestion, flatulency, loss of appetite -
themselves, they have made it a land derstand that M. T. Johnson, Sr., is liver complaint, and sick head- Farmers stop and 1 pink.

of promises. [Laughter.] These prom: the new president, and Mr. G. W. ache. They break up colds, fevers, and WHY Spend the best years of your

ises they cannot redeem unless legislation Idner, vice president. The Alliance malaria, relieve rheumatism and neu- life cultivating the soils 01 the frozen
ralgia, and are indispensable to travelers
is changed on the finances. If then adjourned to meet at Fort Piercein ,either by land or sea. North and West raising crops on which

there was any other land beyond, June. Sugarcoatpounded cd and com- the freight is often not realized, when
then we would not have mortgages in Meanwhile the ladies of LaGrangeand of Needs the purestvegetable you can buy land from the undersigned,

Kansas. We would go to the last Titusville had put their heads cathartics, rich and fertile as any known lands,

.. point before we would stop and borrow together with the result that when the they may be taken with impunity by and where you can raise a crop that the
old and rh 9sicians.recommemlthese .
money and mortgage. They tell Alliancemen adjourned for dinner pills young.in preference to any other. United States Government will pay a

us that our mortgages are an evidenceof they found a bountiful and most in W.IIersh,Juclsonia,Ark.,says: "In BOUNTY of $100 on each acre.

prosperity. They are an evidenceof viting repast spread for them on improvised 1833,by the advice of a friend, I beganthe HOLD On, this isn't all. You can sell

enterprise, of a determination not tables in the court house. It use of Ayer's Pills as a remedy for the said crop right there in your home

to quit and do nothing simply becausewe was originally intended that there biliousness, constipation, high fevers, market tor $250 per acre. You ask tor
better
have no money We are doingthe should hive been a picnic in the pub- and anything colds.I had They previously served me tried and than I the "How" and the "Wherefore."

best we can, and we hope to get lic park, but the committee finally and
have used them in attacks of that sort Quite right-facts figures count best.
along. Yes, we are paying ofT the I decided on the court house, for pru ever since." *
mortgages, and I will tell you how we dential reasons. The "spread," bothas Plant the Land with Sugar Cane.
'
do it. HON. DAVIS. Cathartic Pills TO OLD Farmers and careful
JOHN to quantity and quality, did infinite Ayers perusers -

justice to both the hearts and hands of of papers, the fact that there is now
Dose Effective.
Option Dealing. the ladies, and they certainly deservedthe Every established near Kissimmee, Fla., the

"Confidence," it is said, "is a warm vote of thanks accorded St. Cloud Sugar Refinery, is stale

plant of slow growth," while a panic them by the Alliance.-Indian River! news.Ve are talking to all our

will sweep the bravest armies into ig- Advocate. friends. Sugar cane can be raised as

nominous flight. Capital is prover- cheaply as corn, and Uncle Sam will

bially timid, and it has been said Jackson County Alliance. pay you a bounty of two cents per poundon

there is no greater coward than a man The members of the County Alliance the manufactured sugar. The St.

with $1,000,000, unless it be a man and Industrial Union gave an Cloud plantation in Osceola Co., Fla.,

with $2,000,000. You can frighten enjoyable picnic and basket dinner at averaged 4,500 pounds of sugar to the

capital much more readily than you Grand Ridge last Saturday. Thosein acre last year, and it will go 5,000

can reassure it. The wise man knowshe attendance were addressed by pounds this year.METHODS .

can nearly always count upon his Messrs. J. T. Porter, G. A. Ba'tzel'' ', ? This isn't the only big

fears coming true, and seldom upon J. H. McKinne and State LecturerA. chance of your life, however. The

his hopes being realized. Hence the W. Weeks. Mr. Weeks' speech I cultivation ot' rice lands about Kissim-

"bears" always have the advantageover was lengthy but highly entertaining, mee is to become an assured, profitable

the "bulls." based on the funda and, while he threatened to draw a act. There is no richer or better

. : mental nature of the human mind; third party (so called) gun, it was, as Tuck and market-garden lands in the

and hence option dealing tends to he claimed, based on the Ocala Plat world than the land on the rich over

break down the price of the commo- form and Jeffersonian Democracy.The dow, or bottom lands about Kissim

dities in which it deals. Is it wise day was pleasantly passed and mee.Vr te, tor confirmation, to Col.

for the nation to permit thousands of highly enjoyed by all in attendance. AL.rIAi\CE CULTIVATOR. A. K. McClure, editor Philadelphia

its wealthiest and shrewdest citizens Marianna T.-C. For I ever field,saw garden" is the and grove.verdict"The of all best who cultivator use' it. Times, who has personal knowledge.Then .

to spend their energies and very lives Works either level or on a bed;perfectly adjust in lands for orange groves, or
able cleanest cutting lightest draught.
.
devising means to frighten legitimate We can understand why that mer- Every; cultivator fully; warranted. Price fro. groves already cultivated or bearing,

;" operators and break down the market chant prince, A. T. Stewart, at a pub- GODBRY_ &_Waldo HARRIS.Fla. I can satisfy you that your best interests
_
price of great commodities on which lic dinner given to other merchants a --'n lie in seeing me before any one else.

depends the prosperity of those who few years before his death should SPRAY BEAUT I- UL HOMES. The health
produce the real wealth of the world? have invited one of the greatest college Kissimmeehave
and of
Is there any necessity for such specu presidents which the land has ever uhuss beauty No
been questioned.
lations? It is not required to fix the known to respond to this toast: "Giveus PUMPS never
MADTHE diphtheria no consumption, no pneumonia
of boots and shoes more college bred men for business ,
price or dry goods, ; medical
read
in fact our
( 7.mjp DEMINCCO. ,
;
tired of the of the
or drugs. Why should net the priceof we are graduates villas
a Beautiiul or
wheat, corn, cotton, etc., be left to business colleges, who have learnedso SALEM OHIO. report. cottages, Write
and TREATISE ON SPBAYINO lots suitable lor residences.
Write for Catalogue
the judgment of those who have such much in six months that we are .
- and
articles to sell and those who need never able to teach them anythingmore INSOLVENCY. for terms particulars.

them to use? Why should a non- ; we want college-bred men who NOTICE OF GOME SOUTH, And get untold

producing element be permitted to have learned enough to understandhow quantities of the grandest climate in
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, J the world free with each acre of ground
little know and have learnedto
interpose itselt between the producerand they DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA.}
the consumer, and fill the world master rapidly whatever they un- I\WHEREAS, Chas. W. DaCosta Goodrich administrator deceased, purchased. Come where you can till
of Geo. C.
the
with lies and tricks to unsettle values dertake to know."-PROF. GATES.CONSUMPTION. late I of the county:: aforesaid having filed in the the soil twelve months In year
and office of the County Judge of said county:: a writ. At least write to me for full particulaKisslnuntf
labor ?
impoverish My own
ten suggestion of the insolvency! of said estate,
judgment is that a little judicious notice is hereby given to all persons having claims WI!. t.'ANNON.
f nature whatever against said estate. to file Fla.eent .
;>
hanging would purify the business at- ir the any same duly authenticated, in the office of \ forthe lands of tb' 1'i",.ion torursulfa,
Judge of said county:: on or before the 8th AlOlIOC'lfttf"d Hallway lands,and tt.
and the ounty for the
.
mosphere add prodigiously to I hare positire remedy for the abore diaeaae! by itt
; .lay ot April,A. D.. 1892.at which time there will land of Khulmrme La d Co.
prosperity of the whole people.- use thousands of cases of the wont kind and of long be a pro rata payment to creditors entitled thereto Phosphate. sugar cane, rice trucking
BUnding hare been cored. Indeed BO strong is my fait and the administrator discharged. ,
IGNATIUS DONNELLY.SickHeadache in its a:1cact,that I will send TWO BOTTLES)' EZ.wna Witness my name as County Judge of said fruit, grazing timber general farming
a VALUABLE TREATISE on this disease to any suf. county, this iSth day of September.A. D.. 1891. i and home lands. Send for map showing
? BEECHAM'S: PILLS will relieve ferer who will send me their Express and P.O.address W.B.OWHN.to106m. I lands.I .
T. A. Slocum 31. C.. 183 Pearl St., N, Y. County Judge.



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216 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. [MARCH 17, 1892




BARTER COLUMN. FREE FREE FREE fltORIDAOlSPATCH FOR SALE.

Definite exchange offers inserted free. State l l'rG'ROi'ltRMER.t1 R

what you have and what you want. FY R a We have some of the finest :Frost Proof lake
J front properties the wh. le State.
JiMhiriCftttuufiMCOK30UDATC9
Open to subscribers only. and truck lands
JA5I ART.I$1 Phosphate lands garden nursery
stock and general supplies for the plantation
./T --- -- ----- -
FOR UCHANGE-John Deere, Iron Beam or grove. Can locate a few choice homesteads.
Horse Potato Digger. Wanted-Seed WHITNER'SGARDENING CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publisher.
I.AGIII.DIOXn,
drill,spraying outfit, or cutaway barrow. N. W.
Auburmlale, Fla.
DEERING, Inn wood, Fla."CENTAWORD". I-7-tf

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FREE TO ALL. vance. a
FOR SALE Twenty thousand reset tomato o a
Livingston's Favorite strong and 9ti.oa
well rooted; price, fa.50 per 1000 Also a lot of Hates of Advertising on application.
seed bed plants at 81.50. H. M. & R. FRITH, D
Lane Park, Fla. 3-17-3 I REMITTANCE should be made by Check, t"n
..c r Try k
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25 or 30 bead of grade Jersey cattle, V4
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,
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FLORIDA DISPATCH AND FARMER '-
BOARDMAN, MARION: Co., FLA. all subscribers remitting $2.00 for Cbrfli
Mr. W. C. Warner Palatka, Fla.: AND FRUIT GROWER, a7 m W 0
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You can say for me to anyone interested, that we renewal or new subscription,a copy
have used your Wrapping Machines for two Jacksonville. Fla. ri1
years-wrapping out about 20,000 boxes each year of "Whitner's Gardening In Flor-
-that the wrapping has been far better done,and
at a great saving in cost over former years when ida."
wrapping by hand. We would no more go bac 1'laliofor545O-
to hand wrapping than to packing in barrels A6
To all who remit $5.00 1 will send d
withcut wraps sizing or grading as we put up
our first crop sixteen years ago HIS NEIGHBORpaid!

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3-l7-2t P. G. SAMPSON, t

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pound, post paid soc; Chufa seed. per pound, and testimonialsol cumifroin prowl
post paid, 35c; per peck f. o b., 51.50"; pearl postpaid; 25 cents a copy. Subscriptions lent prop!", mailed free
millet, per pound post paid, 350; four pounds, ')r. A. FONT llivn. 19 Kast 1 Hth Rt X. YTilgliman'H
f 1.25; ten pounds f. o. b., $loo. Send cash with taken at this cffice, where the
order. EXCELSIOR SEED FARM, Keuka, Fla.

2-4-tf paper can be seen, or send 25 cent
This Tree HOT Sprle4.There's .
nil Tree If IS 8pr jed. wu

1 I?ORLECONTn.I,2.FUR AND GARBUR'S 3and4-YEAR.OLD HYBRID ,KRIF-PEAR for sample copy to a difference-in satisfaction, and in cash.

TREES WRITe TO B. W. PARTRIDGE, MONTICHLLO. ; The "let alone" theory is played out. Insect
FLA. ii-26-tf J. B. CAMPBELL, \ 1
enemies are so numerous that the Fruit Grower

SALE-One second hand Washingtoi small) must fight or fail. The Spray
FOR Press for sale cheap at thi nifitr.v Editor and Publisher, (large or ,
" .,1;t. t.,.. "'il"" le'' Pump is his weapon. It will yet be as commonas

218 La Salle Street, Chicago, Ills. the plow. When spraying gets to be business,

SI: (D US 10 CENTS, to pay then the best pump for the business is desirable.
ONE and the and ad-
postage names
Goulds Double
to
That inquiry brings one
Jressesof fire lady friends that you Condition 1'.ndt'"Mar +
hink would like sample copies of "The World's Columbian .E.:psilinIllusraltJ" guaranteed to cure the disei: e known in Acting Spray Pumps. They excel all others

"The Household Pilot"andwe Honda ah bait sick They will make way animaleat in effectiveness work. Made in every re
will mail it to you one year FREE and the FLORIDA DISPATCH put on flesh, au.1 have a glossy coat It will
of cost. A large 8 page, 40( colunin take but one package to convince you Ask quisite form, to save bushes, vines, or plants; in

Illustrated Household and Farm FARMER AND FRUIT.GROWER for one merchant for them. A sample package; will your: be yard, field, or garden. Get a circular and full
YEAR Journal one of the best in exist nce. sent by mail for cts. Write to '
you 35 information on this timely subject, from
Sow in its 13th -ear. Devoted to
) G.
W.
TILGIIMAN.
mailed address for
hortand interesting Stories, Fancy year, to any $5. Palatka, Fla THE GOULDS MFG. CO.
Work.Fashions Horticultural,AgriMiltural ,
and every thingof interest to C. W. DACOSTA, FOR SALE-One and a half miles from Inter-
the whole family. Large CASH bearing orange grove, furnished Mfrs.of Pumps & Hydraulic Machinery

!''RIZES iriven awav. Address, Publisher FLORIDA DISPATCH, FARMER house and everything requisite for a comfortable Works SENECA FALLS, N.Y.
FREE! Pilot Publishing Co.. home on the property. Full particulars from R. ,
New Haven, Ct.. AND.FRUIT-GROWKV A.BROWNE,Greta Grove Interlachen,Fla 2-25-31: Wareroom, 16 Murray Street, N. Y.









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I THE; GREAT OFFER "BSBBf UPRIGHT PIANOS.

Pianos and FINEST FACTORY FLORIDATHE !

[.ACKSONVILLE, TAMPA & -- Organs, IN UNITED STATES

$35 Always ready for QUICK SHIPMENTS of Fines
Pianos and Direct to Your Homes.lourhom. .
Organs
: KEY WEST SYSTEMAND On trial In. -

I btfor From REV.]AS. M.POTTS D.D. editor of Michpane -
I j Ij tor. Igan Christian Advocate Detroit.Mich.: "To say that .
I we are delighted with the Piano does not ex'pres. I
AddreuTba the fact. We are jubilant. If all your instrument
AST! COAST LINES T. Son Pianos & Organs are as fine in appearance and as pleasing in tone a5:
BEAVER FALLS PA this one,your patrons will rise by the hundred."

Extending: Southeast, South and South- From PROF. E. H. PECK, Valhennoso Springs, Ala.: "We could not be pleased better witl
thecasing or tone;quick in response and melodious. In short we are highly pleased with the organ."
est from Jacksonville, cover over one From B. D. GRIGGS,Adairsville, Ga.: "I am well pleased with the organ in every respect. It is:
ousand miles of and all you claim it to be."
tropical country, I From Y. M. C. A., per T. G. COOLEY) IIillsboroIN. C.: "The organ gives entire satisfaction
tch all prominent winter and summer Every one who has seen it is very much pleased with the instrument and the price on the same."
From BEN. F. STEELS Prescot Ark.: "My family in every respect with tin
'eas ire resorts of Florida: organ. How you sell them so cheap is a wonder."

(\The East Coast,

i The Great Lake Region, LNG FITSPERFECTION -

i The Phosphate Fields, (lest. Latest Improved 'aa4 Cheapet Our Perfection sud Florida Eentral & Peqinsdar
umpire Pnmpsstlr Ute liquid automatically and will spray 1OO Trees Per Hour.
w.mate the Little Gem and Garfleld 6aapseek Sprayers and the Verarel.axe IIM I
RAILROAD I CO.
The Pineapple Fields, .praynotrle,most economical spray noiile In the world.oleo s Hone Power Sprayer at tow price.
I We tell Sulphate of Copper,Paris Green and London Purple wholesale prices.. Catalogue) free.writ
The Orange GrovesAND i address plalnly.tirinj eeanty.FIELD FOKCE PUMP. CO.1X 6 Bristol ArekLOCK The!! Florida Trunk billISHORT )



JOHN CLARK, SON & CO., I -AND-LINE TAMPA.

The Fruit and VegetableSections.


In addition to Its long-established connections
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
I with the North by

Blrer Junction, Lire Oak,Callahan,Jack

HREE THROUGH TRAINSVIA -DEALERS IN- I sonville and Fernandlna,
Has
this season re-opened

Coal, Hay, Grain, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. Tt$ ffcommille id Ifton.ieellii Ronti.

I In connection with the S., F. &W. R.IL:the
Line JA.CI SONVILLE, h LA. AlabamaJMldland and the L.&N.and the lines
le Tropical Trunk leading from Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City
and the North and West
PRICE LIST OF WHISKEY.Parker Through Cars from Cincinnati to

These lines are equipped with the latest .i....81 75 Martin Kye...........................S3 00 Jacksonville and Tampa.
mproved modem appliances for the OrangeValley. 2: 00 I Virginia Glades .............. ......... 4 00
Spring Valley..... ..................... :3 5O Old Bourbon ............................ 5 00 Fail Schedule, Pullman Sleeper all. Modern -
ety and comfort of passengers. North Carolina Corn.......... ......... :2 5O I Kentucky Sour Marsh .... ............ 5 OOOld BaU"aJImprnemnat.*
Clifton Club ............ ............... taker ................... ......... 5 00
(fur patrons! call them the Montrose Velvet................ $G 00 The Florida Central i Peninsular R.R.

i Jugs Extra: One gallon, 250.; two gallon,oc.; three gallon, sc. Remit by post office money Is the greatest artery of travel through the
FINEST IN FLORIDA. order,check or registered letter. We cannot ship C.O. D. to dry towns.A finest parts of Florida,traversing twenty-four
complete price list of Groceries and Wine List, sent free on application. countfe&-Gadsden.Jelfenon.Duval Alachua,
I Lake Leon Suwannee, Levy Orange,
trains Leave Jacksonville via J., JOHN CLARK, SON & CO. Hillsborough Waku Nassaul Madison Clay
Marion Polk Manatee Baker Bradford -
T. & K. W.: ,Sumter Hernando and Desoto-in: their
1892. richest portion. It runs through the MId-
;30 a.m. daily, except Sunday; 12:30 p.m. For Over Thirty Years dle Flonda Region of Hill Country where are

I daily; 4:20: p.m. daily, except Sunday; we have always had very pleasant dealing together the the fine oldFanning

8:00 p.m. dally, except Sunday. O public presenting and myself to and them I again my Annual have the Vegetable pleasure and of land and,.,,,*the New TolacCFa

[trrive 7:30 a.m., 8:00 a.m., 12:55 p.m, Flower Seed Catato ie. It contains.the usual (reached by no other line), some of them conducted -
S immense variety of seed,with such new kInds added scale. Here ,
on a large are Ouincy
[ 7:40 pan.grains ED0 a,have proved to be real acquisitions. Raising many Madison
of these varieties myself my four l e4 farms, Tallahassee (the capital!),Monticello.
TAB and testing others, I am able to warrant their fresh. and other towns from whose comfortable
? Leave Jacksonville via East cess and punty,under such jeagonableeonditiogsilsar con ample dwellings, reposing in a fertile country -
Lines __ tained in my Catalogue. Having'been their original} nttoducer..1 is coming a renewed energy to employthe
i Coast : W .. am headquarters for choice Cory Corn.Muler t. eloD resources lavished about them. StretchIng -
Eclipse eet. Hubbard Squash Deep Head All and
down throughThe
Seasons
It25 a.m. daily 1:00 p.m. daily, except Warren Cabbage, Etc..Etc. .&CEONeMa bli to
r Sunday 4:6Sp.m. daily.Vrrive 1892. J. eJ". H. GKEOOKT ,Mass.NURSERIES Peach Country
;
J of Baker. Bradford Alacbua and Levy coun-
[ 9:30 a.m.,12:25: p.m., 6:40: pjn. ties, through the prosperous
r OF THE !r Strawberry Farm
INDIAN: RIVER STEAMERS LEAVE of Lawtey Starke and Waldo perhaps superior -
,
TIT SVILLE Milwaukee-Florida Orange Go. through in the profit heart to the of the State, penetratingsome -it goes

of the finest groves,one having
Melbourne daily, except Sunday,
.or Varieties of Citrus Fruit Trees
8elected 8tralns of Choicest a Specialty. I I 70,000 Full-bearing Orange Trees
|):00 a.m., 3:45 pjn.; Rockledge, 9:00 a.m., Budding-Wood for sale at all times.ur passing for nearly a mile between them-
:00( p.m. Amve Melbourne, 1:00 p.m., For making its way southward to the Gulf and to
J12 midnight Returning,leave Melbourne sleek 16 lame aid complete. PROMPT ATTENTION TO.CORRESPONDENCE. the more tropical portions of the State. In
1230 Rockledge 4:50 Catalogue and Price-List, address, all portions of the State it reaches points of
a.m. ,
1:20 ; pjn
p.m.,
|:00: a.m. Arrive Titusville 8:00 p.m., A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla. I I Scenic Interett.
Wakulla Springs in the West the Suwannee -
112 noon. River as beautiful and romantic as It is
Leave Rockledge for Jupiter daily, ex. E.T. PAINK. :J. OVKRTON PAINE. famous Silver Springs in the lake region,
and the lakes themselves, with their surroundings -
Cept Sunday, 8:30: a.m.f arrive Jupiter following THE. PAINE FERTILIZER COMPANY of rolling land interspersed with
dar 3:30 ajn. Returning, leave pleasant homes in green groves sloping downto
9:30 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. the clear lake fronts. By means of this
:
except Sunday a.m.
[Jupiter daily, most readily reach the
I Arrive Rockledge following day,3:30: a.m. Office 50 West Bay Street, Warehouses and Wharves at the terminus of the F. C. & P. R. R., road you Hunting can and Fishing Ground
St.Johns River, East Jacksonville.
The settler will find on the line of this road
[Steamer ST.AUGUSTINE" Leaves Manufacturers of Commercial Fertilizers. greater opportunity for a varied selectionof
ORMOND land than on any other road in the State-
Wholesale dealers in and importers of all kinds of Agricultural Cnemlcal from lightest soils to those underlaid with
[ Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays clay and marl and of richest hammock
S:00: ajn. Bend us your name and we will mall you from time tJ time much general Information whether for regular mixed farming,stock or
for Rockleage, and way landings. regarding successful orange and vegetable culture in Florida. I dairy farming peach or strawberry culture,
Returning leaves Rockledge 8:00 a.m. and vegetable gardens.
( orange groves
[ \ Wednesdays and Fridays. The tourist will be gratified with its scenery.
Mondays, 1 The health-seeker on its ample route can find

: Connections are made at Jupiter with New Planet Jr. TooIS some clay roads spot adapted of Middle to his Florida wants.the On horsemanwill the hard

{trains of J. & L W. Railway for all points ride with speed and satisfaction and the
Florida Central and Peninsular is theSportsman's
Ion Lake Worth.
Among other things TWO NEW CARDEN DRILLS. One sows either Route
I. For schedules, maps, etc., call on local FERTILIZERS EITHERABOVE Norr.-Passengers from Northern connections -
SOWS
addition
IN DRILLS OR HILLS, the other In having tickets over the Florida Central
gents, or address the General Passenger OR BELOW THE SEED. and Peninsular to points in South Florida
AND have the privilege of being taken into Jack-
DRILL
JR. COMBINED SEED
[Igent. Great improvements too in "PLANET sonville over the Company line and alloweda
i. B. CABLE, W. L. CRAWFORD. WHEEL HOE, in the DOUBLE AND SINGLE WHEEL HOES and marked stop-over within the going limits of the
to their route for destination -
General Manager Supt.East Coast Lines, Changes in HORSE HOES AND CULTIVATORS. I ticket free with of return extra charge. Send for map of .

J. T.&K.: W.System. St.Augustine,Fla. The fine NEW TOOLS offered in 1891 are made still more attractive for 1892. Florida mailed free.

; O. D. ACKERLY SEND IMMEDIATELY FOR NEW CATALOGUE full description of all the A.Q.MJLODONELL.: .o. p.AJacksonville,..Fla

ti I General Passenger Agent, goods as now made. It is impossible to undertake any satisfactory description here. I N.S.PENNINGTON TrafficManager.(

Jacksonville, Fla. .. + S. L. ALLEN & CO., 1107 Market St., Philadelphia Pa D. S.)lAX*aLL, General ManagerI




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' :;Ct l .," 4 'rh a Bel1 "Vie Mining: Company's: 'Greetin.g.c .

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: *To the Orange Growers and Market Gardeners of Florida:


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

: TilE 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
t cent, becomes gradually available. Experts certify to its having a value as plant food, green as it comes from the mine, of over $2o per ton as compared with co'i
mercial acidulated fertilizers, and no danger in its use. The analysis of our Soft Phosphate, as given by Serge Malyvan, of Ocala, is as follows:
'
Insoluble Silicate! and Sand...... ......18.761 I Phosphoric I Oxide of Iron Magnesia and Soda ......... ..... .... 6]
Carbonate Lime.. 4-561| Equivalent to Bone Phosphate Lime.... ....27.631| Aluminum .. 2.07Ioisture.I .......... ......... .............. 6]

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
fectly burnt and pulverized in fine powder.
Serge Malyvan says that after analyzing samples of Soft Phosphate from different mines throughout the State, that the only soluble Soft Phosphate is co
mined 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 corn it has no equal.
The analysis of our Soft Phosphate shows that every element it contains i is absolutely essential as plant food, and every intelligent man will see the importan
.' of buying plant food at so little cost per ton.
-ESTIMONIALS I I

?* More About Soft Phosphate.The rowed this in. I did not measure the yield only gives them their dark green color? Certainly cation have just commence! to start up. Mr N
,. following in regard to soft phosphate is in my cart as I gathered it. I got as much corn : nothing the soil,as itispoorpine land. Neither Master of the firm of McMaster& Miller,of si
taken from the Gainesville Sun: from the sixteen rows that had soft phosphate on is it good cultivation. Chemistry teaches that : Mateo, visited my grove a few days since and ei
That soft phosphate is rapidly gaining favor ,it as I did from the next thirty rows. The corn i I orange trees require potash, phosphoric acid and pressed himself as being very much astonish!
with the fruit and vegetable growers there is no did not dry up any for want of rain, as the rest <.f I lime. and the pinelands of Florida require humus.In I at the growth of the trees where the soft ph 'sort of doubt. Those who have given it a test unhesitatingly the crop did. I am well pleased and will use it.. muck and phosphate we have all but the phate hid been applied. If you will remem
speak of it in the most complimentary this year on all my crops." potash. This added gives us a perfect fertilizer, I the first shipment of Phosphate was made Ic
terms Mr. George Saxon, writing .from I and yet there are men who tell us that it will not than sixty days since and until the last few da]
Tallahassee, : do, that the raw materials must be manipulatedby we have had very little rain. J
The soft phosphate says referred tom n the granulated Soft Phosphate.Mr the chemist and refined product fed to our I am fully convinced that one ton of the Bell
trees.. What I don't believe such view Soft Phosphate has a greater value as a pta
article, containing the elements of ground bone Sutton, one of our Alliance! ex-editors, nonsense any
and SO per cent phosphate of lime (bone phos- writes as follows to the Florida Agriculturist on a I laws entered into the Divine plan of Nature.- food than a ton of any Fertilizer that has evj
phate)crude as it comes from the mine. This matter of much interest to our farmers: Phosphate Field. been brought into the State,and I would warm]
soft phosphate was put upon cotton last year "Now Mr. Editor, I am the same crank still, Mr. Sutton has since ordered thirty-five tons to recommend its use to the orange growers in tf
alongside of cotton seed as fertilizers,and the re- only more so, on the subject of muck, soft phos- put on his groves adjoining Welshton. State. Yours truly
sult wa.fully, or more than double, in yield of phate and home-made fertilizers, and, like the GREEXLEAFJ
cotton over the cotton seed,while it gave four I, fellow who killed the rattle snake. I have the
times the yield over the same land without any I rattles to show. My trees are looting better according JACKSONVILLE, FLA., June 12, IB9I.
fertilizer. Rev. T. W Moore, of Leesburg lookedat to age than adjacent groves upon which C. B. SMITH, President Belleview Phosphate Co., CEDAR KEYS, FLA., Dec.21, ISqI.
this crop while in full fruitage and he said that commercial fertilizers have been used. Muck, Jacksonville, Florida: C. B. Smith, President Belleview Mining Co
at that time that the cotton fertilized by this soft lime, soft phosphate, stable manure and potash DEAR SIR-Enclosed please find my order for pany:
phosphate had three times more fruit on it than I will do me to matte a grove with and I don't two more cars of Soft Phosphate. I have used DEAR SIR-Yours of 17th received. It giv
that fertilized with, cotton seed. Thinking this I think I will come in behind in the race with the seventy-five tons of this Phosphate, and have me pleasure to state that I have used nothing bj
estimate may have been a little high I put it as I chemical fertilizer men either. noticed with much interest its effect on my orange the Belleview Soft Phosphate on my grove tr
above, but I am free to admit that he is a better "Any one having any doubts as to the solubilityof trees. The first car load I applied to somethingover past year, end I have been more than satisfi
Judge of such matters than I am." soft phosphate would have these doubts removed five hundred trees, and the results have been with the results. The trees.are looking as wd
J. T. Smith, writing from Levy county,says: "I by visiting a small 'grove in Welshton simply marvelous. The adjoining five hundred as they have ever looked- en when I used ei
.put soft phosphate on sixteen rows of corn, last which has had no other fertilizer in the past two trees received no fertilizing,and the difference pensive fertilizers. Many persons have heard
spring in about four acre:field of corn,on about an years than phosphate. It has not had any cultivation between the two fields is something wonderful.On my experiment, and you phosphate has
average quality of the land. I broadcasted the this sea son.and yet it is holding its own one side every tree has started with a vigorous vanced in their estimation.
soft phosphate o'erthe land,after breaking it up with well-worked and fertilized groves If not growth. The finest foliage that I have ever seen Very truly yours,
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 appli REV. F. R. HOLM AX.I

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, undrlec1, iML: :I3'-1U':, 8 i x,001er
tor:, DrIed, :lX1 B'-11Ic, 86.00
Per tort: Burnt, Grotxnc1 ctncl Sa.oIcec1, $t .OO

Put up in 200-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

", C. B. SMITH, President and General Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.



TheBAa T W EJg-sw IiBaaDB
ROOT ROT REMEDY


.:. YES TIBULE.: ,

-A. SURE? CURES FORltIa1 -
RAILWAY

SYSTEM Leaves St. Augustine daily at 8:10 a. m.; Jacksonville,
r 9:50 a.m.arrivesMacon,3i5p.m.; Atlantaio:4Op.m.; De Qom.FOR ..

Chattanooga, 4:00 a.m.; Cincinnati, 5:50 p.m.

NO EXTRA F
KARES.
All Passenger TraIns
I.I INFORMATION AND TESTIMONIALS APPLY TO
of this arrive
SJstem, Be sure Your Tickets read by East Tennessee
at and depart from

UnIon Depot, Atlanta. and Queen and Crescent Lines. __
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D. A. CALDWELL SANFORD FLA
-F. M. JOLLY, District Passenger Agent, Astor Block, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.- I ,

B. W. WRENN, General Passenger Agent, KNOXVILLE, TENN.

!5JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOW YOU CAl't SA VB IVICXIVISlly Y

many tOOlS in One ? A hard question to =
Ull'ln.uie FERTILIZERS that are Manufactured<< by the OLD EST IHLI4IIEI
= answer when one examines the machines of the Z

:: famous "Planet Jr." series. The Combined Drill, 5: and RELIABLE FIRM, The

:: Wheel Hoc, Cultivator, Rake and Plow coversa =

= range of work inconceivable to one not familiar =

5 with this wonderful machine. No other combines in 5
L B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO.
=- -. one so many and such excellent tools for rapid and S .
= :- -r::-_ economical work. E

5'Shrewd farmers get the "Planet Jr." Catalogue to study Be sure you have the SZ
OF PAWTUCKET
latest ((1892)) edition, for some novelties have been added which surpass all previous SS R. I.
machines. Sent free on application to the manufacturers. Z

= S. L. ALLEN & CO., 1107 Market St., Philadelphia. = These FERTILIZERS are made especially for the
niiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimmmiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiE

V AUGIIAN'S "GARDENING ILLUSTRATED"For Orange, Vegetable and Pineapple Growers of Florida.
1892 is a beautiful book of one hundred pages,elegantly printed,
with true Photo-Engravings Colored Plates and plain, reasonable
of all indicated its It is Mirror of
descriptions subjects by name. a
American Horticulture to date reflecting the very complete supply Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Florida.
'r- of Seeds, Plants and Flowers of our Stores and Greenhouses.

nIT TELLS THE WHOLE STORY O. B. WEEKS, State Agent,

tor the Garden Lawn and Farm with all additions to date.
For 240. (12 2-cent stamps) we mail one bulb each Jacobian Scarlet No. 8 Bostwick Block.
Lily and new Tuberous Begonia. Our BOOK with each of these offers.
For 400.we mail one plant Grand Chrysanthemum Waban.(see cut)
the sensation of this season's flower shows, mammoth pink flowers ten Catalogue describing our Fertilizers. with prices and testimonials, sent free|
WAKAN CHRYSANTHEMUM. inches in diameter. MENTION THIS PAPER. WRITE NOW.

VAUGHAN'S SEED STOREittttSTse. CHICAGO. upon application. GIVE US A TRIAL.




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NEW YORK CHMRLESTGH AND FbQIIDI UNES.
,. | MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP CO. OF FLORIDA.Jolan. .

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The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -

to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,

Both ways : _

(STANDARD TIME.)
From New York. From Jacksonville
t (Pier 2 9, E. R.) STEAMER Florida.

Wednesday, Feb. 24th,at 3 P.M........"IROQUOIS,"........Tuesday Mar. ist, at 6X0: A. M
r Friday, Feb. 26that3p.K..YEMASSHH.'thul"Sday, Mar. 3d. at Boo: A.U
i Monday, Feb. 39th,at 3 P. M...... ALGONQUIN,".....Sunday Mar. 6th, at 10:30: A. M
i WednesaayMar.: 3d,at 3 P. X .... "CHEROKEE,"......Tuesday, Mar. 8th, at X330:; P. M
Friday Mar. "that3p.x..SHMINOI.E'thursday, Mar. loth, at 2OOP.U
I Monday Mar. at ...... :
7th 3 p. M. "IROQUOIS.Sunday, Mar. I3th. at 430= A. M ;
Wednesa.ayMar. 9th, at 3 P. M...... "YEMASSEK.".......Tuesday Mar. 15th, at 6OOA.H:
Friday, Mar. uth.at3p.I..ALGONQUIN.Thursday. Mar. 17th at 7.-OOA.M:
Monday Mar. utb at 3 P. K...... "CHEROKEE," ....Sunday Mar. 3oth, at 9:30 A. UIIMO
Wednesday, Mar. 16th.at3P.N..SEMINOLB'tuesd8y. Mar. 32d, at
: A. M
Friday, Mar. i8tb,at 3 P. M........"IROQUOIS,". ......Thursday, Mar. 24th, at too: P. M
1 Monday Mar. aist, at 3 P. M......."YEMASbEE," .....Sunday, Mar. 37th, at 4.OO A.M
Wednesday Mar. 33d, at 3 P.Il......ALGONQUIN," .....Tuesday, Mar. 3gth, at 5:XX A. M
i Friday Mar. 25th, at 3 P. M......."CHEROKEE.; "......Thursday, Mar. 31st, at 7: OA. M
Monday Mar. 28th.at3p.M..SEMINOLE..Sunday. Apr. 3rd at : A.M
I WedDcsaayMar. 3oth, at 3 p.M...... "IROQUOIS," Tuesday Apr. 5th, at Ii:30 9:30: A. M
steamer:: GrIS Chris1oph.er

ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. APPOINTED TO SAIL
FROM NEW YORK. FROM JACKSONVILLE.

For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Thursday,February 25,at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 3,at 8 a.m.

St. Johns River. This steamship hag been built:'especially for carrying Fruit and Vegetable*, and i+
perfectly ventilated: Time between Jack onrllie and Hew Tork 72 hours.
I
W. H. CHRISTOPHER W. A. SOMERVILLE, JNO. G. CHRISTOPHER,
The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers Agent,Jacksonville. Agent, New York, Oen'l Man'r,Jacksonville
t Pier 49, East Blver.
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OMDY, 01 J"ACKSONVILLE: ,"

CAPT. W. A. SHAW, SAVANNAH LINE.Time .

FRED'K: "
I DeBARY, 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.

I SOUTHBOUND.DAD DOWN SCHEDULE.; NORTHBOUND. OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

Leave 330= p. u.......... ............. ....Jacksonville............................Arrive READ UP.
II.. 8:00: P.M......-............... ........Palatka.................. .............Leave 1145 P.M
1030 A. M.......................... ....Astor................................... 7:00 ZOO P.H Passage; Rates:
2=45 A. M............ ................St. Francis.............................. P.M
5:00: A. M................... .........Beresford............................... II 12(5= A.P.H M Between Jacksonville and New York: First-class, $25.60; Intermediate, $19.00; Excursion, $41.p
6xx: A. M..........................Blue Springs............................. It 111(5 Steerage,$12.50.
Arrive 8xx: A. M..............................Sanford.........,............. ...... II 11:00 A. M
9:15: A. M.... .......................Enterprise.......................:..... It 9:30 9::MO A.A. M M Jacksonville The magnificent and Boston Steamships: Cabin!$27.00 this Company; Intermediate.are appointed$21.00 to Excursion sail as follows, $47.30: ; Steerage, $14.25

General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville.F. FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.

M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St., ..Fla. [Central or 900 Meridian Time.]
W. F. OGDEN FAY, Traveling Passenger Agent,5 Bowling Green, New Jacksonville Tallahassee.Wednesday, March ad.S.ooa.m
J. O. PELOT, Freight Agent on wharf, foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville. Fla. Kansas ...............Friday, March 4t11,9.3o
JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent foot Laura Street,Jacksonville, Fla. ..............Saturday, Mareh5th,1o.3oa.m a.m
J. A. LESLIE,
SUp'erintendentoot Laura Street Jacksonville, Fla. .? March 7th
: i.oopjn
MARSHALL II. CLYDE Assistant Traffic Manager,S Bowling Green, New York. City of Birmingham.Wednesday, March 9th,2.00
THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green, New York. City of.\ ..........Friday, March ith,..30 p.m a.m

WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents, Kansas Tallahassee City............Saturday.Monday,March Marsh 12th,5.oop.m 14th,6.00 p.m
Chattahoochee.: Wednesday March 16th, a.m
12 South Wharves, Philadelphia. 5 Bowling Green, New York. Nacoochee.Friday March iSth,7.00 sum
1 City of Birmingham..Saturday,March 19th,9.30 a.m
City of Augusta. Monday March 2ist, to.3oa.m

YOUR FRUIT TREES i VINES I Tallahassee Kansas City..Wednesday Friday,,March March 25th.33d,12.3oa.m 3.00 p.m
I Chattahoochee .... Suturday March 26th,4.oop.m
1 I Leaf Blight Applee.Pean.Cherri8l. SPRAYINtf Nacoochee.Monday I March 28th,5.30 p.m
SPRAY Hot,Plum Gnieuuaprevented by using EXCELSIOR OUTFIT F City of Birmingham.Wednesday, March 3oth 6.Joa.m
rR1 ALWAYS SELLS AT COOD ; FOR BOSTON.
insects Fruits mailed free. Larire PRICES.Qata.locuerra
s at Bottom Prices. Address WAI. Gate City.Thursday. March 3d 8.30 a.m
City Macon .Thursday,March
I Gate City..........Thursday, March 17th loth., 7.30 4.00 a.m p.m
City of Macon.....Thursday,March 24th,a.oo p.m
I ESTA.BLISHED 11:1'73.; Gate ., ...' March 31st, 7.30 a.m

FOR PHILADELPHIA.This .

I w7CLLI.AM- : : : : : -A. ZeOTJIHLS.WHOLESALE ( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.)

DesMHig.Thursday, March 3d,8.30 a.m
Dessoug. Sunday March 13th,5.03: a.m
Dessoug.Wednesday,March 23d, i.oop.m

I Grain, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers THESE PALACE STEAMERS,

2O WEST BAY STREET Connecting with the Savannah. Florida and Western! Railway (Waycross Short Line),offer to the
JACKSONVILLE
I FLA Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line.
Through Ticket and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North east and Northwest via
Savannah. For information and rooms to
apply
t 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.Jacksonvilla
I Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran R.L.WALKER. Agent C. G.ANDERSON. Agent.
,Wheat, Grits, Meal New Pier No.35. North River New York. City Exchange Building. Savannah Ga.
t RICHARDSON & BARNARD. Agents., Lewis' Wharf, Boston.
COTTON SEED MEAL Both W. L.JAMES. Agent. 13 S.Third Street. Philadelphia.
Bright and Dark. J. D. HAMIAGEN, Eastern Agent, Sav., Fla. & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway. N. Y.
G. M. SORREL, Manager. W. E.ARNOLD, Gen.Trav.Agt.,Jacksonville, Fla.
For Tickets apply to S., F. &W.Railway office.
STATE AGENT FOR PURE GROUND BON

J. E. Tygert & Co.'s A you need stationery of any kindpaperpens
NITRATE SODA DO and ink? If so, send to DaCosta Printing I ALE SICKl& Vii
Star Brand Fertilizers. and Publishing House Jacksonville. Fla i

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. MURIATE OF POTASH I I
Comprising i!! .lain. x "LOOflHG[ CHILDREN

. Orange Tree and VegetableIIAIZ SULPHATE POTASH, V VELLSUPPLIESAIIKI..W..Gu.O'I ] < .- I i I I lubJt'Ct} to SPASMS are most UMr troubled with

.r! FERflLlZER. KAINIT, Em I WORMS.n.T *.bt nomed"for thin k the NI*-braUc2!
'A FAHHNEsToPKtSVEnMIFUCE.(
.These Fertilizers S.CANAI.ST..CHICAGO.ILL.i 8rah H ... J I Been OT fnd never U8. Ob*rreprtlc
: 011.
have no superior In the market anda; trial will convince. ELM
STREET DALLAS.TEXAS. J f I laxly xhat tbUxiUal*are B.A.thu.aroiitlnff Imlr & *



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DACOSTA Proprietors.& POWKRS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., MARCH 17, 1892. Whole No. 1...OG_ 1'oI.IS'o.II.XIrURIJ<;S. 1

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management of Mr. Stephen Powers (a ing: establishment of the Times-Union, is an attractive marble] slab that calls at- r *
DaCOSTA PRINTINGAND half owner now), is the leading agricul-,I including presses machinery, stock, tention to the business. The large plate ,
tural journal of,the South, and has a etc., so as continue business until he glass windows each contain a sign that
l large circulation in every civilized coun- can get into his new quarters-and it is excites the admiration of all. Above the
try on the globe. j j[ to these new quarters, new machinery, door and crossing the sidewalk is a sign
PUBLISHING HOUSE, In the early days of '91 Mr. DaCosta nero type and new fixtures that we now illuminated by gas, in which numerous y

purchased the Tallahassee Floridian, i. invite your attention. globes representing all the colors of the **.-
Corner of Main and Forsyth Streets.A the oldest and most influential weekly j I I A full description of this building and rainbow, announce .most vivid and
in the State, and during the recent session -,I its interior will prove of vast interest to charmingly, "riUNTixo. In the north
Monument to the Pluck and En- of the legislature issued it as a the people. 'It is an industry that Jack- window is a job press run by electricity.This .
daily, and more than sustained the ex- :. sonville is justly proud of, and supplies press is kept rapidly in motion and
ergy of a Jacksonville Boy, With- cellent reputation of the paper. The remarkable -':I many comfortable homes with the necessities attracts much attention.: It is amusingto
out Money or Credit or Influen- change for the better in the of life. It gives work to an hear the witnesses on the sidewalk t-
tial Friends to Boost Him. old Floridian office could be attributedto army of working men and women who from the backwoods discuss the invention .
nothing less than the wonder-working spend their earnings in the city. It is from a scientific standpoint, and
supervision and genius of this prince of such men as Mr. DaCosta that makes proclaim it a new-fangled coffee grinder
[From the Evening Metropolis March 17th.] printers and publishers.In prosperous cities.TomorrowIr.. or a Yankee trick to wash clothes.: A few
In 1884, a young man, a mere lad, employed August last this city suffered the DaCosta gives a pub- days ago Mr. Theodore De Vinne, who
in the job printing department of greatest devastation by fire ever known. lic reception to whi.'h our citizens are in- prints the Century Magazine, made an
examination of this office and said "I
Charles :
the Times-Union (then owned by
have traveled] all over the Southern
II. Jones) unexpectedly to himself and ,
States, and I have never seen a prettieror
to the astonishment of many, boughtthe more complete printing office." Mr.
old second-hand outfit of Asl1meadDro's. De Vinne is the leader of Typographical
Art in this and this
country compli-
printing office which then occupied
,
ment of is Mr. Da-
course appreciated by
a small one-story building about
Costa and if the of Jacksonville
people
,
20x60 feet, in the rear of their stationerystore
are not likewise proud they are indeed a
on Bay street. element.
Here, with well-worn material faulty M i sleepy
presses and type (and a very limited THE 1JUSIXESS OFFICE.
quantity of that), without a dollar's *. e Upon entering this establishment the
worth of stock or a dollar in bank, with- eye is attracted by hundreds of worksofart.
out credit-in fact, bankrupt, except a This department is 21 feet wide by
superabundance of courage in his own .; t; Co() feet deep. A large mat is just within
ability, backed by indomitable energy w the door, upon which in flaming: let-
and perseverance, this young man com- ters of red is "DaCosta, Printing
menced his fight with the world for a House, 1870." On the left is an immense -
place near the top of the ladder. Seth Thomas regulator, which
Giving his personal attention to the pedestrians and working men all swear
work which he had personally solicited, by. To this clock is attached electrical
working in season and out of season, alarm bells, announing the hours for go-
gradual improvements and additionswere ing to and leaving work, ringing at 7 in
made to his first purchase and the morning, 12 and 1 at noon, and 0(}
quarters, until at the end of the first o'clock at night. At 7 a. m.. when the
year his one-story printing office is nowa i ci gong strikes, all go immediately to work.At .
three-story structure, and every inch 12: it rings again,and one hour given
occupied by improved machinery and for dinner, and at (6 p. in. the alarm
printing material. again rings, and the toiling: men and
About this time ho bought the Florida women prepare to go homeward. A few
Dispatch, which he had been publishingfor feet further is the business and book-
the owners, and thus launched him- I., If keeping department of the concern.
self upon the sea of journalism. f :b This is handsomely encased in gilded
Again at the close of another year we f : a r yea ,.. .. .4 bank railing, and a visitor at onco ex-
find he has grown entirely too large for clams' 01! how pretty! The furni-
the quarters thus enlarged, and he added ture used in this department is
the entire second and third floors of Dr. t ra + most complete, and demonstrates the 'J
L'Engle's building, cornering on Bay exquisite tastes of the proprietor. This -
and Main streets, to his already mam- entire floor is covered with oil cloth and
moth printing and publishing establish- 4 M tll. rugs. The ceilings are also works of
ment, and every available foot of these art, and from the decorated walls ara
huge quarters is filled with machinery pictures and paintings representing
and material in the printer's line, ex- modern and ancient history. Among tho
celled by no other Southern Printing many pictures that gracefully hang,
House, with business and editorial the well-known faces of II. B. Plant,
offices beyond comparison. And now John F. Dunn, J. J. Daniel and W. D.

the DaCosta Printing & Publishing Nit CIIAKLES; v.tcosr t. Chipley are plainly visible.To .
House steps to the front, and Charles W. the right and on the north side of
DaCosta, the lad we have been speakingof Block after block of business houses vited to obtain a knowledge of how artistic the business office is the private office of
takes his seat near the top of the and beautiful residences went down in printing is done. Very few peopleare )Ir. DaCosta. This is neatly inclosed
ladder.In ashes; and among the debris was all that aware of how these wonders are ac- and handsomely furnished, and above
all the different enterprises in news- once constituted the DaCosta Printingand complished, and a tour through the his desk is this good advice to his patrons -
paperdom in this city since then Mr.' Publishing House. many departments to-morrow will in- "Print and Prosper." This beautiful -
DaCosta has been a prominent figure.In Never before had this ]house been so still into the minds of hundreds some- :sign is surmounted by a pair of
the organization of the NewsHeraldCo. crowded with work, most of which had thing of vast importance. Assisted by gilded antlers, the emblem of the noble
and the Florida Publishing Co. he I. been finished, but was destroyed. People affable and experienced printers, Mr. order of Elks; immediately under,
has had a hand. He has bought out began to clamor for work promised, DaCosta will show the workings of the is a card, bearing this ]legend: "Keep
more newspapers and job printing estab- while the owner for a while seemed biggest and handsomest printing officein Everlastingly at it Brings Success."
ing
stunned the loss of his establish- the South and rare treat will be :
lishments than any other one man in the by a Adjoining tho book-keeping department -
South. He has been a leading memberof ment. missed by those who fail to embrace the on the left is the editorial sanctum -
the Press Associations of the State, Here again the pluck of the man as- opportunity to-morrow. ; above which appears a unique
and has represented them in serts itself. lIe looks over the ruins,
repeatedly THE NEW HOME. sign: which reads: "Florida Dispatch,
the National Editorial Associations.The tries to pacify his patrons, and then goes Farmer and Fruit-Groicer," a counterfeit -
this
is in the direc- A METROPOLIS reporter was morn-
first
ahead. His move
Farmers' Alliance, Semi-Tropical of the This department -
entrance to this office. The heading paper.
Magazine, Farmer and Fruit Grower and tion of securing more commodious quar- ing given decorated with is also handsomely furnished, and
other have been absorbed by the ters, and he makes a contract with Mr. building is beautifully and book cases
papers, costly; cabinets, statuary,
artistic that impress on every
you
he C. O. Livingston to build on the corner signs
Florida Dispatch, which at the time Printing adorn it. Connecting with this office is
"DaCosta's
side that this is
purchased it was not paying the publi- of Main and Forsyth streets, a building about House." The entrance to the busi- the delivery department, where all thb
cation cost. suitable for his purpose, having Directly work completed is taken and transferredto
denotes enterprise.
The Florida Farmer and 15,000 square feet of floor room. He ness office Convenient desks and
Dispatch his
,
Main street ; patrons.
the door
in front of on
then the entire job print-
Fruit-Grower, under the able editorial purchases