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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 18, 1893
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

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8 .OO i it IVar. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. MARCH 18, 1893. u"hoI8 No. IS im NKW v;HKIIIKSVoU No.: II.

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SOUTH SIDE M'F'G CO. WRHEHBHB I WHOLESALE I ] BARNETT BROS. {


DEALERS IX-
FRUITS

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Petersburg, Va., CHICAGO

FLORIDA DRflHDES.We .

Manufacturers of Virginia Ventilated Fruit Carriers for Tomatoes, t

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Strawborries Poaches and Other Truck. respectfully solicit shipments of Fine Fruitj anti assure our |patrons prompt .x .
and efficient service. Wo nsk nil interested l to write for information and forward "

shipments. .. of
ALL DELIVERED MADE UP READY FOR USE. We refer by permission, to A. M.( Ives, Esq.,Jacksonville, Fla.; National Shoo
and Leather Bank, New York; Commercial Loan Co., Chicago; tho Volusia County
Send for 1 Hunt* .rated. 1)ricriptR.| Catalogue and prhrs.I Bank of D DeLand. Fla. .
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GLEN ST.IJRY/ NURSERIES'


TREES AND PLANTS ]3Ur4Y41: +'I'IN, l"ct O, 180:3.

I We still have on hand a fine supply of I'eursmostly I.eConte and Kiefier'some Idaho Law-
Ron, etc. Can supply most varieties ot Japan' Plums with Satsuma Itlood. Ilurbank. KxceUior and
Kelseyin the lead. A fine stock of both Peaches and! Japan Persimmons of nearly all varieties
Imperially adapted' to Florida and sub-tropical section Larj-ewt Mock and flrratmt Varlrt) (demand has been very.heavy but our supply wan gnu*ually large). Plenty of Fig*. :Mulberries,
ia the StNth. Two hune.rrdand! fifty acres in Fruit Nursery; one acre under glass. Fruit, Ornamental Japan Medlars, (.rape*. Jt'Onane..! Texas Un.hrella*Mill on hand!,aim Jenning'a Florida Apple "
l ami Nut Trees, Grapevines, Palms, Roses, Shrubs, etc. Kvrrything: for the orchard and and Santa Fe Apricot. Quite a variety of other Muck in smaller quantities
garden. Catalogues free. Cold weather has held tree hack finely and' they wilt be in good' condition for transplanting
Address P. J. DHRCKMANS. Fruitland Nursery, Augusta,Ca. several weeks later than in ordinary s.a!'ons. Frequent bulletins of stock on fund. will be issued
N. B.-Weoffera fine tot of Camphor. Trceaand n..1 l Catley Guava all pot grown. during February and March. Catalogue aud Nice List free on application. Address
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G. L. TABER, Glen St. Mary, Fla.

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FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE. FIRST LAUREL POTATO _


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Tho Earliest, Best and Most Productive Potato
An Irmm'orate t*"t at1 'nntagc.- ArTIIOHIZKl() ) t'.\1'1 T.\l40 $MMO.: ) Ever.grown. in the State.
BOX MATKUIAIr-The Hxchango Is fully. i prepared| to supply boxes and paper on
order. Write for Itfit'e i list and ternin.u_ : O..JCHIt8. '.- Is of Fine Quality, and is Unsurpassed for Shipping PurposesPeck

a 110. .FAIIIHANKS. I'n Ident. n.) OIIKKN'LKAF.: Vice-President. 60 cents; Bushel, $2.00; Barrel, $5.OO.
.11.iIKi T 31.11'1P\ (onM hcr. and TPNl8. M. I*. TL'UNEIC.:: Seeretary.IlHIWrrultSieo. .
it. .FalrtHHikd .\laehlU' .; K. O. Hill Ururford) 'o.; Ir. .:. K. Pratt Prices or other varieties on application.
itllli4 uno'o.; John C. love. Lake Co : II'' Cnltclwr Orange (0.; U. Un''nl'ar. Duval Co.;
U. 31.( I Ilaer. Ihn.u Co.' A. IImlly. IIn''uI"I1 ('0.: M.. (ie 1"aml''On.' Marion Co.; e. V. lidlyer, H. G. HASTINGS &. CO.
Nassx4r. 00.; John M llryant ()1'Ioula' Co.: II lutchin( wn. I'utnam Co.: )1. 8. foreman St. ,
Johns Ce ; O. W. J.atll'Ul"h'r.'olu,1a" l'O.;J. C. 1'(>lot Manatee( Co.
AtWftIIH all c'Orre"\'Ondenl.t: '' tu the hnrhlt& Fruit )xchnnge Jack rn'mo, Fla. Stonedl.with I INTERLACHEN, FLA.
full l \ inst met lone,furnished on application.. Send fur our 4O puke Illu.trutr. .l ('ratiilotii . ,
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PLANT BOONFSEARLY ORANGE.

RIPLEY AND BLACK JAMAICA
GENUINE Market your fruit In Soptomlier and October and gavo all loss; get the
highest price while the market is hue of goal rIpe fruit and apply your atirplufi
Suckers from J Jamaica cash to working and fertilizing your tribes before the hUmming wasou. Trees and
Pineapple) liulwo now on sale. I aIM have all other leading varieties of oranges, etc.
Write for facts and figures.

: ., FOR APRIL DELIVERY. C:1. BOOGIE, Agent. ;, Orlando_. F1a.P .
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.Address Beach & Valentino, Melbourne, JtwA ORIGINAL HEADQUARTERS

Or O. I. Page, Auhurudale; o For rare AI well as old Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Plant and Tree, .-

J. W. Carson, Midland, r I1 Shrubbery Vine, Palm, Fern, Aquatic, Pineapple. Bamboo,etc.
M Stock safely shipped everywhere.
Or; E. C. Harrington Lemon City. \ jJ, Nurseries established sM3.Send .

stamp for new and full catalogue which tells all about this subject.KKANOXKIl .
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CIRCULARS OF
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y SUNSET HILL NURSERIES Milwaukee NURSERIES Florida OF THE Co.

"'" Orange
Contain a lit and dntcriptlon of the Choicest and Mot Profitable" varieties of the Citrus ..
I'amity wMch we have KlrcteU from over one hundred different varieties grown, and tented by usfa Selected drains of Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty.
few.**. Mrtvr experience of seventeen yearm. We carry one of nudding-Wood for sale at alt times.
Our stock is Urge and complete. PROMPT ATTF.NT1ON TO CORRF.SPONDKNCK.
The Largest Stocks of Citrus Trees in the United _States. For Catalogue and Prke-Ltst,address

ss eH........ srs. Address R. W. PIE R C e. :Sunset J1nt, Lake 00",Fla, A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla.MoO .

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THE FLORIDA DISPATCH, FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. [MARCH 18, 1893

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I SPRAY SPRAY SPRAY!

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Spraying for insects and fungua di en.'es is one' of the K-rrutH of 1U't'.rul fruit growing.-Ddeuare Farm and Home.
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1 ,. TIlE EUllEli1INSECTICIE] !


IT WILL DESTROY THE THRIPS I ,

Which by feeding on the oil of the petals and stnmins of the bloom, causes them to drop and the fruit wither and die.It .

will kill..the Rust Mites, which have: made mom than one-half: the oranjrus: of the crop] of 1802!):! rusty. It will improve the quality anti l appearance of the oninp' *,
makini? the pnxlnrt of pine lands: fully iHiiil| : to that of the huH li.tnvn ck. without injury' to iH carrying: lUlle*. It will destroy the pId3r (:Sic; p..ttl..1| | MiteIt)
will kill the oving Scale Insect. It will destroy the Worm which attacks the fibrous roots, wiusing tIhe root knot of the peach, blight of the pineapple, blight of the
tomato ami 1 the t foot nut of the onui WIt
will destroy the fun uxnnd lichen crowth,,giving the trees t a healthy appearance.
It will, 11* Mr. Axlinedine( : fc 1uklyl"incillllntiJ> ,ray. return yon ten lolltr for every one that it will cost.8pmy t. '
wi e i the tree are in bloom. and rqtcut l iw often iw once each month during the seiwon.! For root diseases saturate the ground; Sons to wet the roots. Use
.' one quart to three pints in fifty jr.illons of water.
SPECIAL.-On the first of January, 1893 the price will bo reduced from 30 to 20 cents per gallon for barrels and half barrels

Spragincj Otrtffts in Great Variety at FQanufaeftu e s' Prices.


A full stock of Orange Box Material, Wraps, etc., as Cheap as the Cheapest.

Correspondence Solicited. E. BEAN, Jacksonvile, Fla.

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SULPHUR SOLUTION

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Is tbt most effective compound yet discovered for destroying the insects infesting the orange tree, and is a sovereign

remedy lot the various forms of fungi on trees and plants. Being free from all substances of a caustic, corrosive or pois

onous natul, it can be handled with perfect: safety to the person, and applied to the trees at any stage 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 baa

given perfect satisfaction.: References furnished on application.For .

Rust Mite use one quart to fifty gallons of water. When used at this strength; the trees should be sprayed for

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, viOne: gallon of solution to 50 gallons of water: as the

fumes from the Insecticide 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 f 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.

The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.


The attention of shipper*I.i directed to the PUnt S. S.Fine between thva ta, Key Wed anl Tamps, and Sauth Florida Railway between Tamp and Sanford;8., P. & W. Ry. between Jacksonville,
Gaine*ville. Uiinbrid. River JunctUt an.l Sivttntah.iwatmth- : Alii I Chirle.toi. an 1 OUIIte- a whip LIne between .rannan, Philadelphia. R*toit and New York and Merchant and Miners
Tr.n.ps,rUtU Company between Savannah an J Baltimore. The bent e|uipped t. fame an 1 must prompt lines between all plhu..ln Florida and all points North and Northwest.Itrrflvera .
Mild Shipper Will Profit by the Following UuparHllelrd Connection
SOUTH IHH'M. I MOUTH IinUSD.
Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup Bainbridge and I Double daily fat freight service from all points North and West via Albany, Dalnbridire, lesupSavannah.
and Savannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville,Calla
U.it1.C.'It' freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coa.t Une to alt Katern. Interior and han anti Live Oak.
_ Coart point, Including New'ok.. t Bo+ton. Philadelphia. Baltimore. Washington and "Providence. | Four"hip'a week by the fleet steamship*of the Ocean Steamship Company, Millnu 'Irom New
Pour cunnectiuiix'" a week for New" York via Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah York (New t'ier5, North .River.)direct' for Savannah Friday. Saturday. Monday and U'rdnewtav.friAy .
*. Saturday'*. M. ,and \Wetlnewlay' : j The Boston and Savannah Steamship Coin}> ny'..Mramrr.will leaveHiMonJ. .n S.U laamf]5,
Two cu""trtiuntl a week for Baltimore via Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Company Savannah direct, making connection the duck at Savannah with fait freight train foi all poiuta
leaving avannah every Wcdnewlay! and :unlay. lu Florida.
Connection for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company, leaving Savannah Jan From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co.,leaving Philadelphia Jan J, II. U,every ten days
5, it, 19 and rt. from regular ailing day vie New York to Sannnah.Cunnmiun .
*for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah From Baltimore via Merchants and lIne"*' Transportation Co., every Tuesday and Prlda,.
Jag 7.17 ana 1tt.. making cloe connection with S.,N,& W. )Ky.,for all point in Florida.
Sailing day for Steamships are subject change without notice.
The Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best freight route from all points North, Bast and West to Florida. For full particulars, rates, stencils and shipping
ru'elpts apply to any agents of the above lines, or to
0. J. O\\' SS,Traffic)11&1"1:"". SMvanimh, G*. F. It. 1 .\r\, Division. Freight Agint.Savannahf Ga. W. M. DAVIDSON Oen'l Passenger Act..Jacksonville, Irish
r I* K.'lOUT, Coutractltig fmlght. Agent Jack mvUU, Fla. J. U. STKl'liJKNS: CODtra.UnA.u&. JacksuuvllU, Mia.
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Grove and Orchard dive! a little more nitrogen, if needed, cohnt sales Ethehvold for which accept That I am !satisfied\ with the results
with the potash and phosphorus. my thanks. Our own )f the shipment is a matter ef course",

Lastly, as 'frosty nights are (generally ; fruit did as well as expected, for things!' is my fruit done so well, and I wish
Bhado After Sun:Iso Versus Frost. followed by a calm sunrise, smudge we could not prevent made our lots! that all the other shippers had done as

(dicer Farmer and Fruit Grower: firss lighted before sunrise to envelop go out in different shape from wha' veil. I cannot believe that the cause

The severe frost of January 14 has grove or garden in smoke may often we wanted it to. Florida oranges canI of so much decay was in the steaer
shown me several things that seem save them It is certain that veleta I I am sure be so handled that they will not being well adapted. Painter's

noteworthy. First, the eastern: : half of' i bles, like animals have vitality capab'eof stand up all right and do well in record ol temperature disproves any
my grove is borderul on the east :and considerable resistance to cold, but, foreign markets, and I will be ready uch .idea. The trouble must have
southeast sides with great live-oak' unlike the animals, they cannot "taketo with shipments to help you prove 11 begun before the fruit was put aboard,

and pines.! This part of the grove was: the woods" for shelter; so, when. when you are. F. G. SAMPSON.Doardnian. ( weakness in the fruit it elf, slack: pack,

but lightly toucned by frost the near ever possible, we must furnish it (for Fla. unseasoned box heads, or overheating

est to the forest belt not at all, and pro them. Yours containing check for $55 40, : in transit to Fernandina. The weather
portirnately as the distance increased Jack Frost is a curious old fellow. the balance due on my shipment by had been quite warm just previous to

while the western half, standing openon I live on the easterly side of the St. the Ethelwold, has been received and 1 he 15th, and fruit that had been

all sides, suffered considerably in Johns river, nearly opposite Jacksonville is very satisfactory. The long delay packed and en .the way a week or

the tops. In neither, however, was a ; bluff twenty-five feet high, exposure in making out the returns has, no more probably suffered enough to start
of last killed. northwest. I have found that decay before they were put on the
been'
twig year's growth doubt, as aggravating to you as
the fruit. the broad, deep river modifies the steamer.
The same remarks apply to to the shippers.Tne .
The eastern part suffered much less northwest winds so that killing frostsin spcnal: interest you have takenin It you finally: determine to try it

than the western. Had it not been Jacksonville injure us very little as this shipment, and the business like :again next winter you may rount on
for several days of steady cold weather' long as the wind blows. Jack gets a manner you have manifested in all me for some fruit; but I am not a large

before the great frost which chilled the decided rebuff in crosing the river. you have had to do with it, satisfied grower, so cannot send any great
Jacksonviile therefore, do not mount, but what I do will he
reports through
if
fruit through, little any damage: to me that if the returns were not satis
fruit would have been done. Second, ,fairly represent our side of( this most factory the fault would not be yours. you H. W. MHCIIELL.Vulu .
I world'sri'crs. Fla.
during this winter ol and majestic and beautiful of the from there i is
many light J Judging my standpoint,
from MR.I E. L. GOODSELL I feel
After a blizzard, reports : sureIf
one heavy frost, the foliage on the something besides oranges rotten at
almost of the State often show my fruit had been sold at the first
eastern half was fresher, greener, and parts the other end of the line. There cer
that we suffer no more, sometimesless sale it would have brought the top
the of the trees is for
general appearance tainly no satisfactory excuse
I price, but I am well with this
miles pleased
I than hundred or
places a
better than the the latter unreasonable
western part; such delay. Hope you
more further south not thus favored. !price, and am also pleased to tell you
touched so light frosts tookon be fortunate the
by many may enough to secure
Great is broad tidal water protec Mr.I Mitchell and myself are both
a sallow and brassy look. right man for the other end of the lint
tion when crossed directly by freezing Englishmen: and so we can say we
the
Thiid the the gees
more thrifty next year.
beat the Crackers at business if
closer the heads in all parts of the northwest wind! I am much pleased to know that my even
grove, the less the trees suffered.( ; The 1... H. ARMSTRONG. oranges arrived in good condition, not they were born in an orange grove,
St. Nicholas. Fla., March 9. 18cJ. and if they would take a little pains
superior vitality of such trees enabled simply because I realize more for them,
and do business in
a
them to withstand the frost. Echoes of the Ethelwold. but because it is proof that if orangesare proper way they
would come out o. k. I
Considering these facts, it is evident Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower : carefully and properly handled but did cannot see
I all could for all
that the forest trees on the east and 1 herewith enclose you a few letters they can be shipped in (fair condition you you people
I and I hope to help next
southeast sides had a saving(; influence' received from the shippers who had to European markets. and if is you
year, anyone sent next
on the orange trees standing west and fruit on the Ethelwold, which alter From the manner in which many, if I hope I shall be the chosen year
northwest of them. Wh ? I can see of the handle their one, for
> reading if you think would be interest not most, growers I understand things and would
no reason, except that the oaks and ing to your readers, I would like to oranges, it is not surprising that they fail: to explain to all parties if their not
pines shaded the frosttd orange trees have publish. realize so little for them. The bu'ersare
you fruit was
properly packed So
or not.
an hour, more or less, according. E. L. GOODSELL. not silly enough to pay a big price with my. best: thanks! I bee to remain.
distance, from the scorching sunshine Your favor of the 51st of January for rotten f fruit. MARTIN -
sunrise which interval allowed When fruit is while with J. HALL.
after with account, sales and check for picked wet Oak Hill. Fla.
the shaded air to gradually melt off the thirty-lour boxes of oranges received dew or rain, and handled: as if corn or .

trost before the sun struck the trees. I to day with thanks. I fully appreciate potatoes and packed at once in boxes
We old Northern born boys remember the difficulties that you have labored and shipped, it is strange that any sane Frost-Proof Klaft'ere.S1tUma .

that when we froze our fingers or under in making the returns for the man would expect it to arrive at its destination plum buds are just swell.

ears we applied !snow\ and kept away: sales of the orang, and therefore in good condition. This is ing; the Le Conte and Kieffer pearsare

from the fire until thiwcd, thus pre.. have not written you before on the undoubtedly the way a large propor. doing the same, and, with a con

venting any ill effects.: subject, but I have been much sym tion of the oranges in Florida are han tinuance of the present warm, rainy
\\'e abu know that dear, frosty pathizcd with because I did not get dIed. weather, they will be in bloom by the

nights; are generally followed by a the 75 cents in advance, and 1'as While the commission men are to end of Ftbruary. This brings to

bright, warm sunrise and that the told that it was very doubtful if I blame for some of the poor returns, mind the attempt I made nearly a

transition sudden and damaging: but I would get anything, but I do not la they are by no means responsible for I year ago (on March '9, 1892)) to fight
if tollowed by a cloudy morning, little bor under the impression that all commission all. frost by means! of f smoke, but it turnedout
if any, injury is done. merchants are frauds. I hope If you expect to try the English to be a fire and smoke against a

Tue imererce, therefore, is that it that you will succeed in getting more j market again next year, as I hope you freeze, and I got badly whipped at
is the sun suddenly falling upon the this fall. C. W. JOHNSON. will, allow me to suggest that you in. that game, fcr at that time the trees
frost, and not .the Irost, that strikes Largo. Fla. sist that the growers must not pick the were in full bloom and the mercury

the deadly blow. 1 am very pleased\ with the resultsof fruit while wet with dew or rain, and, dropped to twenty four degrees, the
A few suggestions naturally follow. your experiment, and think if only after picking, must allow it to season '! coldest night of the winter. A strange

To those starting new groves, and to well packed pine-land oranges are two or three days before packing, and thing was that the Kieffer trees had

truck farmers, it possible, have a belt shipped it will be an immense success. in gathering, sorting, packing, sizing dropped their bloom and the
ol tall forest tree on the east and Next year I hope to ship at least 300 and hauling, to handle it with the ut was then as large as peas but they

southeast sides and to prevent loss of boxes by your first steamer of November most care. If this were done, and !stood" the freeze, and very 'few blasted.

fertil zrrs by the forest tree roots, diga ist, and unless I have not decided transportation companies did their Many of these trees still bore fruit on
trench and cut them off, leavingthe reasons for altering this decision, you duty, there would be very little rotten November i-over seven months from

trench open. A row of my orange may put my name down as above, and fruit put on the market. the time of setting. No wonder peo
trees next the forest trees was dwarfed shipments by your following steamersto i Hoping you may succeed in perfecting pie condemn this pear as lacking in
until a trench was dug. Let the young be guided by results of first and of I your arrangements for next year's quality where it has only three or
orange .trees branch low and form home markets. shipments in a manner entirely satis four months in which to do that which

bushy heads. H. T. BUTLER.Nftrcoontee factory to yourself and all concerned, by nature requires twice the time. As

Fur old groves the lesson is i! fertilize Fla. I am yours truly, for the frost and smoke business, I am
tor a sound growth of twigs and Yours of the 31st ult. is at hand (Signed) B. B. ELSE.Orlando inclined to the belief that all the good

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plants, like a blanket from the rays of Treatment of Non-Bearing Trees.In .

the morning sun till the warm air removes your journal of February nth IRRIGATION OF GROVES

the frost the same as a snow- there appeared an article on girdlingthe

ball takes frost out of a (frozen nose, Navel orange to induce fruitful.

or as cold water poured over a plant ness. It is a well known fact that the

may save it. girdling of any tree will cause it to be ENr. _
Of all the tomatoes I have ever more fruitful. Still it is rather a dan- o

tested for a field crop give me the gerous operation. It is evident that !pl"

Champion. Strong, upright plants, the supply of nourishment is too sud

set three and a half or four feet each denly cut off by girdling the tree,

way, and worked with a Planet, Jr., which would take a long time to recover

horse hoe, they never sprawl all over and in many cases would die.

the farm. With this variety I can My experience for over twenty yearsin .

raise more clean, nice fruit to the acre such cases has been to go the root t 'Y

than with any other sort I have ever of the tree, and not to the trunk as in 'rLr

.tried.-Mobile Letter, in Rural New the girdling operation. Any kind of

Yorker. tree that is growing too much wood, t

-'M.ThorouQhbrod..--- and not producing fruit, requires root I r
far
Pocans. pruning (if the tree is old enough to h a a ,

bear fruit). Root pruning can be successfully .. AR
Thoroughbred is a word in great done by digging a circular' --

favor with stock-breeders, but not often trench around the tree from three to -

used by fruit-growers. Every scrub eight feet from the trunk and from 8.Acrono.: FLA., October 20th, lam.
piney woods cow in Florida is a full TO ALL WHOM( IT MAY CONCEIl.V;
eighteen inches to two feet in depth. We. the undcraiirnpil certify that wo were present at the Sanford Water Work.ln San-
blood-a pice of straightline breedingfrom The older the tree the greater distancethe fool, ,,'Florida, on Friday, October $tli. IMC. to witness a test uf the continuous cement i)lptnuide '
the stock of the early Spanish l h)' J. It. Matrnidcr. Wo there KUW a section of tho pliny, about twenty Inches In length
trench must be from it. anbjected. two different times", to a water pressure' or 115 hounds to tho tMunro| Inch and It
colonists down to the present day, but With a sharp knife cut all the roots rtKnl both tests without leaking at Mr. Mutfruder wished the prt'ssuro Increased miillcient to burst the 1)1\(+ but Mr. Q.
she is not a thoroughbred. All sweet you come in contact with. In cutting Jones the Biiiierintendent or tho Water Works, refused to (put on more than 115 (pound for

seedling oranges and seedling pecansare hem; cut (from the underside upward, fear of Injuring C.:} JON'1':04.l'hld tho:: city mains.Engineer: Sanford Water Work

full bloods, if the word may be I so that in forming new roots they will J. J. 11.\HIU 4, Mayor.
J. K.: PACK.: Jlerrhantund Farmer.A. .
permitted in this connection, but theyare bc> so situated as to go downward.The C. MAHTIN( CJrocer.J. .
not thoroughbreds. A writer in A r.UMIKKW, Mumwl.
digging of such a trench and cut JOHN DOW) lIulie l'r.
the Southern Cultivator gets at the root ting the roots will check the wood A. M. Til HASH Kit, Attornc)'. "
C1KO.I II. FKU.VAL1): Hardware and Plant
of this Irrigating
matter.Two : growth and cause it to form (fruit buds, E.: II. 1'01'SU:04: Liveryman.
neighbors of mine, brothers, and in the case of the orange will set H. SIAIlht.t: '-J-: ADAMS I Justice of tho Peace.
SANFOKD, FLA., October:29th.: J Ifttt.
some years ago procured some fine, most of its fruit. The above treat TO ALL WHOM I IT MAY CONCItLSWe ; :

large pecan nuts and planted them ment is only for strong, vigorous grow tho undersigned hereby certify that on or about tho 27th day of September A. !>..
each his farm. These nuts wentfrom J IMii, wo Raw J. II. Maxrudcr/. make a continuous cement (pipe, about thirty feet In length
on ing trees that are not fruitful. On the with his ,pljKj machine; that aahl j pIno l| was made out of cement sand and "water that a Motion<<
one tree, and the young trees are other hand will find trees that do of paid piles'|>> about twenty inched) length/. was sawed oil and was the name section of pipe(
you that tented tho bunford Water \Vorkn .
wax at on Friday Octobcr2th, Wei.F. !'
now coming into bearing. No two not bear fruit on account of their sickly W. K I XU. \LINDSLKY, 1R: HF.NDF.HFON
trees have the same nut, some large, condition. In such cases must O. J., HKKltY: JOHN ItJl USS. K.: II( YOUNUtf.
you
LAKE HELK., FLA., Dec. 23rd.
more small, some round some long, go to the top of the tree, as they have DKAR SIR: Tho system. of cement 1)11'lnJllahl In my 'grove about two months: so far
some thin shell, some thick shell. l lu the roots established. Is a grand succeKM''' for conducting water Our main and lateral 1111| 's arc three inches,and
fully By cuttingthe with ) ) We have been of water into
a new duplex pump fixIJt. putting from 175! to :214)' )gallons
you live in a hickory country? Go tree down to one bud it not only the irrovo PIT minute I am *o wellllluH'tI. that had I other groves to ImKnte, 1 certainly

into the timber next fall and examinethe Ias the flow of sap which the sicklytop I would use the cement piping. Yours Truly.j. It. JlUIt T.

nuts; see whether any two trees had, but has also the vitality of Continuous cement (pi IK? can I IH made to stand fiOor 7T pounds water pressure to the
have them alike. You will find them !square inch very cheap. Can be made to stand gut') sounds prcMiiro. far below the cod of
that it did
the root : not formerly pos iron pipe. Will not corrode nor rust,and will last forever. It I Is the best .pipe for watering
each tree individual, different in shape, sess. From a sickly, slow growingtree tree* with hone, for ub-irriiration for draining land" and Is. made. |ItU1JlJI'! for warden use.
of shell-and i I It I I" the I ln'st and cm-apest pio| in the world This wonderful little machine will make and
size color thickness
: it is now converted into a strong, lay 1 1.UU feet per day-without Joints-no) hard) that roots cannot benctrate: It The machine
your taste is delicate enough-in flavor healthy vigorous tree. lays it us lust a* it make it. No experience Is necessary to operate the machine and It Is
I warranted not to make an Inch of lmi'erfect IIK| .> In ten miles When pile| can be made as
also. Now the hickory is first Take, for instance, a three-year old low us one cent i IICr f >ot-and I we know Irrigation in Florida IS ucl'lSury-why should or.
cousin of the So it is if ungo<< grower and gardners do without it?
pecan. you tree in row a bud
orange nursery put Full directions for mixing material sent with each machine.
go among the chestnuts in the nutting in at the base: of the tree, cut the seed, The right and machines to make your own pipe for Florida can IMS bought of

season. Even among the blackberriesno ling back to the bud, and it will makeas J. B. MAGRUDER SANFORD FLA

two wild bushes give the same fruit. in it had .
large a tree one year as -------- --- ------ -- -- ----- -- --- -- -

Now the blackberry, as raised in a cultivated done the first three years of its exist '
way, is simply the best V inds ence.-California Fruit Grower. I 893."r>ro Are The Only Firm

of wild blackberry propagated by ._.- '" Givinlfhcusbmencashdoontumordm, W. .
G OR catalogue that belt of all bush bean, the Warren am!
roots or cuttings. I If r you want large, Shell Mounds in 10 lurldn.A iiE that bet of all early peas, the KxceUior.:: Noother
y Seed Catalogue, of America or Europe:
I :
well flavored blackberries in your gar ship's officer who has spent much 0- cnrtains to great a variety of several the atandI -
den you do not plant the seeds of a time on the St. Johns river, Florida, t I 17 J.Ii i1i and varieties vegetables,and our in addition own.. Though are many choice

large blackberry. Nor if you want thinks that he has solved the problemas t qr.. a Y : enlarred*>. W*in tend both our theiutg catalogue etalae.'II and tt: flower:to 111.*e.The d department three
do the seedsof the of the shell mounds warrants still hold rood and our customers may rely it
red plant origin
June apples you to that the well earned reputation of our teed'for f freshness an4
a red June apple. You order froma that occur along that stream. The 1893. ourcapital.will J.continue<guarded as a moM.Marbtcbead.precious Miss.N { .

nurseryman a red June, or yourself river twists about in an extraordinary

graft a red June scion on a seedling way so that in many places the view -- -- -- ._ --- ---

stock. Hut when you want a large pecan along the water extends for only a few

you buy some large nuts, or high i rods, but he finds that a tall object or WORTH A GUINEA A BOX., "1 "MORE TESTIMONIALS"

priced trees grown; from large nuts. I the smoke of a fire shown from the top .-_ : for.Mm number of machine
old than any other hatcb.r1AUE.
Why? Simply because some one ad- of one of these mounds could be seen } .>la.ocr*>Mfulot>*r.
Alton ai l>e ,tar, IllinoU Z3t
vertises them.IOn't from those next below and above, and JJflW<< chicks hatched at ODe Urn
he believes that these eminences # t with' ft9uUe K eao.cttR811pale
depend on seedlings any more were J I ..InC\lbntorAl8ead. '-
than you would on apple seeds I 10 start Indian signal stations, by means of catalogue.in .t1S1S,..,

an orchard, or on grape seeds to starta which the natives were able to announce A Wonderful Medicine for i f Reliable Incubator &Brooder CoQuwj! IIL
vineyard. Until the nurserymen can the approach of a hostile force ImHffntlon Want of Appetite, Fullnr d ,
after Mmtt, J.onII'"g'ttI k"f'.1I of ,
furnish grafted pecans you must graft along the river, as the Greeks signaledthe the Stom",.,., Blllout or Liter tomJ *
those of the fall of >'''''''',Sid: llrwlacht. Cold Cliff/, J
for yourself. Plant the nuts, of news Troy to their ,.
lluthlngt o jlleut.Lnrl'nf'U of Spl TREES"FOR
a thrifty growing tree, if possible, and home cities by lights on the mountain Its,and All Yerrom Affections. e FRUIT

when the trees are about the diameterof tops, that were repeated from peak to To cure these complaints we must remove :
the cause. The principal cause is'
your little finger,and growing where peak.We generally to be found in the stomach and ,

you want them to stand, graft them find the above in the Prairie !. Jh.rJ ie viii.ixttkttt' From twy two sasses to four rtgkt Pills tndall twice 0 S SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.

with scions from some pecan tree that, Farmer. It will not strike the average a day for a short time will remove the evil, S
and restore the sufferer to sound and lasting ,
in size of nut and habit, comes nearest mind as probable. For the purposesof health. Write for Catalogue and price list. ,:

your ideal. Or you can buy the young. a lookout station a tree would be Of all drurrUts. Price 2tt cents a box. : JENNINOS' NURSERY CO., .
New York Depot, 365 Caudal St. fil
trees Teady started. much better than a shell mound. NoH##







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) 1 18931 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH, FARMER\ AND FRUIT-GROWER. 189

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Talk it Up-Or Down. 65.20 the lowest temperature 28 1 vent the clogging$ of the nozzle but
H&tor Farmer and Fruit Grower and the highest 94 which occurs in T4e 1fine al'd.' will not be as efficacious as if the

Transportation is the all-important May. The annual mean, 70.4 is solution is kept well stirred up all the
question with Florida, for the reason 5 higher than the mean of Jack. Edited by E. DUBOIS, Tallahassee Fla. time. The lime will make it more

that we pay more than any other peo sonville.In Spray Early and Often. I adhesive to the vine leaves, so that
pIe in the world except, perhaps, the the matter of rainfall we find the the rain will disolve it only little by
read
Mr. Hermann
a
J Ja er
Egyptians, who transport in caravans annual fall to be 42.36 inches, but of before the Missouri State;; Horticultural paper. little, making it worth two or three

by camels. Mr. Mead's recital of this amount only 15.2 inches iall during Society in which he sad: Last repeated sprayings with the clear
pineapple rates almost gives me a the ourists' season, and liquid. E. D.
27.34
summer it required from five to eight ..... .
You to that in the five months. j - -
spasm. ought keep during summer
sprayings to keep our vines free from Another
large type on one full side of your Of cloudy and partly cloudy days Experience.
rot and mildew, while three to five
In a letter quoted the Minnesota
paper. Every one of us should cut the seven tourists' months, from November by
applications are quite sufficient in ordinary
State Bulletin the writer did
it out and memorize it. These trans to May, give 31 cloudy and not findit
seasons. A neighbor of ours who
don't know what is clearda's. necessary to begin spraying quite so
portation men go. 201/2 partially: so, leaving 13054
his because the
postponed spraying,
early as in the above He
in hearts. We not The quoted case.
ing on our are so partially cloudy days are,
incessant rains would be sure to wash
beastly blind and utterly helpless as as a rule, the most pleasant days we says:
ofT the solution, made almost as complete
have lost I have with A close observer, by the aid of a
they imagine. They more as they are accompanied
a failure as another neighbor
than they know of by these exorbitant gentle breezes and modify the temper I microscope, might easily have seen
who argued spraying was useless until
mildew
the
on leaves of the Delawares
charges. ature, especially of the hot season. dry weather had set in, because the I
But there is still something even Of winds! the southeast come softlyoff when they were not larger than a sil.
rain would wash all rot and
away ver dollar. When the leaves of
than the that I desire were
to the Gulf and
worse charges stream, are usually "
the fruit. such
mildew from Just
remind them of and that is the this! size I commenced spraying them,
in the
a rough sufficiently moist to cause dews
mistakes as these are to blame for( all
and
continued
intervals of
handling and dela-almost invari early morning, that are quickly dissi. doing so at
failures in spraying vines, for
grape
twelve
or fifteen until the latter
able. To save me, I cannot under. pated after sunrise. This is our warm wherever fruit and covered days,

stand why it is they cannot see their est wind, and is very soft and balmy. with a copper solution foliage, the are germination all.part: of july-spraying five times in

interest in our prosperity. Would The southwest winds are moist, and i of the spores or seeds of the (fungi
that the people might keep their often ugly, and are apt to drift aroundto and mildew is
causing rot impossible. Nitrate of Soda for Orange Troos.iWitor .
I
money, but they will not; they will northwest in winter, and are then But just as impossible it is for any I Farmer and Fruit Grower:
spend it, and like the drops of rain I usually rainy and cold, and very disa ; if !
I spray to be of the least benefit, ap I notice in a recent issue your favor
which must finally seek the sea, these greeable. The northeast wind is cold, plied after this germination has taken. able comments on nitrate of potashas
dollars must first or last go into the but is blustering and dry. Winds due When naked
place. by eye we can a means of helping orange trees in
hands of the transportation companiesThe north, south, east or west are of short discover the least trace of mildew or case of drought, and I write to ask
life fluid circulates the duration. The steadiest and
through
strongest rot, it proves that we should have you if it is too late for me to use it
arteries small first then the winds in It is almost
through are summer. a commenced least da'sbefore.
spraying at ten with reference to this year's crop? I
large ones- see? The railroads are daily occurrence to have a steady
The and
way to prepare applythe have already put eight pounds of 96
the arteries which the nation'slife breeze from about until after
through a. m.
9 is and described
sprays fully ably per cent potash to the tree. In that
giving fluid, trade and travel, sundown, With a velocity of eight to in the bulletins published and distributed case what quantity of nitrate would

must circulate.Of ten miles an hour, the average for freely by our National Department you recommend to the tree? An early
course, corporations should not summer breezes being fully ten miles.In of Agricultture.Bordeaux reply will oblige
control these for personal gain, but winter the ocean and gulf coast mixture and the ammoni- HENRY F. DAVIS.

they do, and perhaps will for four or breezes do not so often reach us in the acal solution of carbonate of copper, Monroe City Mo.

six years longer, so we must plead and interior, and thus our winters are so are now almost exclusively used. For You probably mean nitrate of soda,

beg, and grovel and hanker like minions mild and regular as to be of great benefit the last two years I have treated about as that is what we wrote. If you

until they simply have pity and to invalids. Yet if these invalids eight acres of vine with one, and eight could apply, say two pounds per tree,

divide with us a little. would remain here in summer, when acres with the other solution, and both by or before the last of March, it

Our Legislature might ask Congressfor the mercury is playing among the with equally good success. I use a would probably pay if you have no
legislation touching Florida, 90 these fine breezes would make Eureka knapsack sprayer with Ver- irrigation plant. Alter so much rain

something like a supplementary act them doubt the veracity of Green's morel nozzle. In various parts of my as there has been this winter and spring

commanding the Interstate Commerce best thermometers.Of vineyards I dig holes to collect rain I there will probably bean uncommonlysevere

Commission to enforce the same rates fog, in the sense of that word in water, and at these holes fill the knap drouth before the rainy season

from Florida as to Florida; and while Newfoundland or London we have sack, adding the needed proportionof begins. The trees have blossomedvery

this is in pickle, will some one let us none. We often have very heavy dew ammonia solution or concentrated heavily this spring, which will be

know on what plea the transportation after midnight that, by reason of con Bordeaux mixture. Thus water carrying exhausting to them and render some

companies got out of reducing the densation, until near dawn remains a is reduced to a minimum. A Bordeaux assistance acceptable. We applied it

rates on oranges? The old plea that i dew, but before sunrise becomes mistor mixture of i % pounds of bluestone last spring to ten trees in March, andit

we must make more oranges, or thata vapor, and hangs; around as such to 22 gallons of water is just as sustained them conspicuously dur.

thing must be taxed all it will bearis in the early: morning, but rapidly effective as the stronger solution for ing the long drouth that followed]

too outrageous for countenancenow. passes away when the sun rises. These merly used. This summer I allowedthe their leaves showed no sign of rollingas

We must demand justice and I dew mists are never seen except in dry Bordeaux mixture to settle, using did those of others beside them.
fairplay.It I weather. A cloudy kind of mist, re. A ,_ .
only the clear )liquid for spraying.This -- -v- -- -
is no one's business how much i maining long after sunrise in summer, avoids clogging of the nozzle, The I'aine Fertilizer CO'H otllce at
our truck will sell for. The transportation will probably be followed by rain, and makes spraying easier and keeps the Jacksonville, at the suggestion of their
and their New York
New York olllce
charges should be the same as in winter a regular Florida "wet day"is ) fruit clean, without imparing the ef agents, will inaugurate a system of cut
other people J pay; the advantage is usually thus ushered in. The'In fectiveness of the spray. To the ratea on all agricultural chemicals after

ours, if there be any (which is doubt. ters here are warm, dry and delightful sediment water may be added again, DecemU'r Iftth. Thin will be purely an
fulVe) cannot stand the present a haven for consumptives, also and the blueish whitewash used for uxi>eriment. You had better take advantage .
of it while it last*. See ad. on
freight and express rates on our or- neuralgic, rheumatic and catarrhal dis. sprinkling strawberries, melons, pota 4H.<*
anges and vegetables. There is no eases. In fact, this is an all the year- toes, tomatoes, etc. l age -.- -

use of figures and comparisons; these around climate.-T. J. WILLIAMS in Finally, I claim one more benefitfor Send to your county paper for a

things are well known to all concerned.We American Climates and Resorts. spraying; it greatly improves the clubbing rate for THE: FARMKR: AND

stand waiting for their adjustment. --.- --- hardiness of our vines. Ability to FRUIT-GROWER.
WM. P. NEELD.: resist low mostly dependson
temperature ...
Soap Treatment for Scale. -- -
Muttta, Pla. the perfect ripening of the wood. receive of this
If you a copy paper
---.a------- correspondent, Mr. L. II. Armstrong
fruit and buds
The canes can only for which have not subscribed.do .
Climate of tho Florida Lako Region.From adds the following note to his ripen while the foliage is sound. Well not throw you it away, but kindly handit
the date given we find that letter published in a recent issue: sprayed vines keep their leaves perfect

the lowest record is 28 in Decem For two or three years I have neglected I till killed by a hard frost, and thus to a neighbor.- ---e- -----

ber. and the highest 98 in July, the soap with disadvantage. I reach the highest possible degree of The Paine Fertilizer Co'a ofllce at
I.
while the annual mean i is 70.010. Hut have resumed its use. Last faUI 1 made hardiness. Jacksonville, at the suggestion of their

as the months in which tourists are eighty gallons, using a thirty gallon I New York office and their New York
wot interested include but seven, viz., farmers' kettle, with twenty pounds [EDITORIAL: COMMENTS.; ] agent, will inaugurate a system of cut

November, December, January, February rough tallow and eight cans concentrated In spraying with the Bordeaux rate December on all Ifitiu:;agricultural This will chemicals be I purely after an

. March, April and May, I will lye. Shall spray with soap, adding mixture I would not advise allow experiment. You had better take advantage .
separate those months in my analysis. some crude carbolic acid and ker ing that mixture to settle and use of it while it last*. See ad. on

For these months the mean is only osene. only the clear liquid. It may pre page 40.IAnclt .

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190 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH, FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. [:MARCH 18, 1803
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RED> 'I'lIEl' \ possible; then tie the plants up to a rotten parts of the cane, then lay i will keep much longer covered in soil.
gRRMER trellis and let them retain all their then double in a continuous siring : Decomposition will set in about the

-- I.branches and leaves to shade the fruit. along the furrow. The land shouldbe fourth day it exposed. To save the

Seasonable Work. MELONS.-After the extraordinaryrainfall made richer than for corn. stalks from frost, it must be snapped

STRAWBERRIES.-Pick as early as of this winter and !spring' there: SWEET POTATOES.-Are like cowpeas off or cut off near the soil, and piledin

possible, no matter how wet with will probably be a severe drouth. It the earliest planted are likely to a compact heap, and (grass and
dew; and dry them in the shade thoroughly is best not to hill up for melons and make more vines than tubers. A yellow weeds or moss thrown over it, and

before they are craltd. cucumbers unless the soil is very heavy, or ash colored sand is best for that covered moderately with soil. It

They will dry in the cups if set in a and this season it wi.l be less; advisable sweet: potatoes ; they will frequently i is in danger ol drying out too much if

bretzy place. In the morning there \' than ever. Take some I Ii i ioh class fertilizer grow better in the ridge thrown up exposed to the air, under sheds, or

cold and hard, and can I l-e handled with plenty of potash in it, a, from the I.bottom of a ditch than ihey even in close houses

without injury,; after the sun warms much as you can grasp in one hands will in the surface soil. I In light soil The seed, if sound, is remarkably

them up they swell and gel! soft, the sprinkle and work it well into the they will do well with slight ridges, true in germinate, and if only one or
skin easily breaks in handling, and ground for eighteen inches around the but in the heavy soils of the fUlwoods two eyes: start it is sufficient.

they will not ship so well.A hill and a little in it, and it will do the ridges should I.be made very high SOIL

St. Louis correspondent asks if more to produce clear, green crisp! and) sharp so that the tubers may I To grow it in should be naturally
cutworms trouble the plants in new cucumbers and red hearted melons readily wedge them open and have I fertile or made so, and may be high or

land. The worst case we ever saw than compost will, unless it is well room to expand. Of course these low, if drained well. It should be

was on a piece of raw wire-grass sod seasoned with potash and phosphate.As high, sharp ridges would dry our in I plowed at first and well prepared: laid
plowed in the spring. The moths had the plants I.begin to grow surround the spring drouth and they should not ofl in checks four feet apart more or

the naked ground to lay eggs in all t the: hill with a ring of the same fertil be made until wanted, alter the groundhas less-not very material-with a com

summer. The only preventive is to izer-another handful-the ring about I.been wet by the rainy season. mon planting plow ; one stick laid in

keep the land heavily covered with three feet in diameter, and hoe it in It is a good plan to throw up each check, then sttpped on with

mulching until about the last of Au well.The every firth or sixth ridge now and bed )your loot to firm the soil round it, aid

gust, to prevent the laying) of eggs. best cucumber field we ever out the potatoes in them, spill lengthways covered three inches deep, more or
RICE.-I)j not be in haste to sow saw in this Stale twenty-one acres. and laid, one piece, flu t side less. It ;is somewhat slow to sprout,

this, unless you have a boy who will was planted on beds three or four feet down, every eighteen inches. When but very seldom 'tails to come.

get up early with his shotgun to kill wide, made like cotton beds, the fertilizer I the rainy season comes on cut the I CULTIVATIONshould

birds. 'I he June sowings escape the : (at thc rate of a ton per acre) vines off, throw up the intervening be like that ol sweet cane or

birds much better. I having previously been strewn alongthe ridges and plant them with the piecesof corn-light and level-done with
'rr.OSISTf-1t is best to soak the middle and stirred in a little. vines. Sulphate of potash is an sweeps and hoes, and continued until

seeds; they are very hard, and slow to Over this string of fertilizer a light excellent fertilizer for sweet potatoes ,the ground I.between the rows is

sprout. The young plants look so furrow is run, the seeds are droppedfive Cottonseed meal !should' be used sparingly hadcd.:
much like grass that one must be careful or six in a place and covered with ; it is too nitrogenous and tends I USES.

not to cut them up. Plant it wider the foot. Three or four plantings are to make the tubers scabby and I Every living thing, from man to
than corn, if anything made to provide for a succession in deformed. the lowest order: of animals with hairor

ONIONS.- Keep the earth away case of frost and the plants are -,1- leathers that requires starch to sup.

Iron them so that nearly the whole finally thinned to one in eighteen Culture and Uses of Cassava. port the physical make up, will eat it

diameter of the I.bulbs shall be above inches when they are ready to fall', Kdltor Farmer and Fruit Grower. alter a. few_ offers. Cut it up small,
ground. Run a furrow with a hand- over.: The sweet variety alone is grown in and mix in with the accustomed feed-;

plow close to them, and strew little America as far as 1 can learn, and as it soon tempts (the: palate. Fowls will
SWEET CORN.-The
good fertilizer along in the: furrow. great difficulty yet it is largely confined to Florida eat it at once, while domestic animals
with in
Cotton seed and other nitrogenous fertilizers i sweet corn Florida which soil. It is produced from the matured will almost, without exception, rejectit
are not good. They make the i I makes many pronounce it useless to stems, the heavier sections being pre. on the first trial. 1 always feed it
it here is the delicate character
bulbs grow coarse, rough, shaped, plain) enable lor seed. Sticks from six to raw, I.breaking or cutting: it up for
the seed. It is like the
and split open. Pure chemicals on a 1 101 ; wrinkly eight inches in length are sufficient, cows and calves. Don't turn swine
the richest of their
light, sandy soil will grow a medium peas, in the cold sand.race, likelyto Plowup which may I.be planted in any locality on it to root and destroy ten acres,
sized neat onion, as round as a dollar, rot damp where the ground will not freeze at I be'ore they would eat the productionof
beds above described and have
firm fleshed, with a skin as thin as tissue as any reason ol the year after' matured I one. Mix it with potatoes, if ) ou
and
them fresh well sunned. Ii
paper-a saleable onion, in fact. I light This maturity requires at least nine |i have themand ahoother feed, and you
it rains before stir them
The o ion is as sensitive to good fer. planting, months in safety, and the roots of the will realize the most flattering returns,
Have the soil rich with ferI
tilizers as the orange. i again. crop should be allowed to grow at according to my past eXIJe..i nce.
I tilizer well stirred in. Po
'rOMATOES.-To have an allsummercrop or compost least nine or ten months to give a pay Halt your grain rations for stock may
be without hu-
the paramount essential is good !! tatoes cannot grown ing return, and thence forward to two i be substituted by it. That, with plenty
but It heat
drainage. Dig a trench three feet mus, corn can. wants and three years' growth It the soil isI I' ol sweet cane, makes the finest horse
and of it. Plant in fresh
deep, sloping a little in some directi jn, II furrow plenty with fresh a soil kept clean of grass and weeds, it will feed on earth, displacing and purgingall
and with an outlet at the lower end. cover damp, still increase in value, the roots or sand deposits in mules and horsesin
Fill it up two feet with pine poles anda I and step once on the hill or give it a tubers hardening I.but slightly at the the South. Hordes fed well on
I stroke with the,fiat of the hoe.
layer of pine straw on top of them. smirt stem ends. I have had it to flourishfor sweet cane will never I.be troubled with
Thin in three feet. i
Then finish with the surface earth and I to one plant : over three years. I sand clogging the bowels.: .

set the plants directly over the ditch. CANE -Plant as above described When taken from the soil and ex I For starch production it is remark.

Have the ditch run north and south i if\ for corn Cut away all sour or dry- posed to open air it will be useless. It 1 able, but I am not >et satisfied whether

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it will pay well in that shape, as starch will be issued this fall or winter con of the amount of useful poul'ry know!

for all ordinary uses can be so abundantly cerning the work. Owing to the fact Poultry! edge that you can get by caring fur a '

and cheaply supplied from somany that cane takes the entire year to grow - - --------- dozen or so'fowls, and reading a good,
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other roots and from all the and mature, we can issue only one -Edited by E. W. AMSDEN. Ormond. KU.1 practical poultry paper for one y:ai;
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ijnir"ii r ir-\ while about better
iLjr iLi ur-iirx i ii i i i i L i iuj i and are
cereals. In the shape of tapioca it Bulletin. you you

will, no doubt, pay well. Our work is restricted to cane, and How to Begin. take a good agricultural paptr and

As to I[ am, therefore, anxious to have the The first question for would be study that too, for on a farm you will

State take part and make the work poultry raisers to decide-I mean the need to know all you can learn about

OTHER FAMILY USES general. At the last session of the i "shop hands" day laborers, clerks farming in general. There is not one

for it, and their preparation, it may be Legislature; I had a bill introduced and others who desire to leave their bit of danger that you will learn tco

1 used for bread, fritters, pancakes, puddings asking for an appropriation of $10000acres t present employment, RO on a farm much. But suppose you have had

custards, stews, or combined of( muck land (for this purpose, and into the business of raring poultry some experience, know somethingabout

with stews and soups, and also jelly. the land to be sold and proceeds to go and eggs for market-is this: Do farming and poultry raising, say

The latter, however, is of a very ropy> to experiments. The bill passed the you want to go on :a farm to make a enough to justify you in moving on to

nature, and many people object to it Senate and two readings in the House permanent home there or do you want a farm as soon as you can get one to

fl in that shape.To without any objections whatever, andat 10 go into poultry raising because you move on to. The next question is:

prepare it for most of the above this point the Legislature closed.I have read of the "big money" that Have you money enough to pay for a

named purposes it is necessary, first, I hope you will help us in this miter some men are making in the poultry small (arm, buy a horse and cuw, the

to grate it on a common potato ratrr. all can, lor assistance will business, and you think that keeping neessary faint tools, etc., to begin

and combine the grated material: With be worth you a great: dtal.your anywhere Irom 3"0 to 1,000 hens must with? If I you have not-well, it is
;
ct rtain quanitir sol corn meal or wheat The Commissioner of Agriculture is be a sure, easy (it looks so easy on not always that we can decide what is

flour say one fourth, one-thircl or one heartily in accord with the measure, paper: ). and rapid way to acqurit best for someone else to do, but in

half. I pre'er, however, certain projUrtions and it is proposed that he be placed great wealth? this case I cjn SlY what I would do.
of the starch washed out first.' WRONG IDEAS. I abhor debt, and if I had not the cashto
in charge of the funds, and that the
Washing lightly; through two waters in work be done under his direction. If you have the idea that poultry is pay down lor the larm and "fixins,"

a thin big or cloth wiil suffic thoughit 1). C. SUTTOV.U. a sort of "royal road to wealth," that and a litttle over as an "emergency

may be done according to taste; al S. Ve rtm'nl of Agr cut ure. sugar Hspf"im y'ou can earn a dollar in the hen business lund," I would hang on to my present

ter which the crude material: may br U., lIt Fla.MaUou, Kuutiymctle, Nircoosee: I' without jut as much honest, 100 employment, live as economically as

mixed with meal or flour and baked ----- ---- ------- work it takes g possible until I saved up the neces
-.wStandard- per cent. as to earn an
into biscuits, pones, custards or pud Crates.A noncst dollar by standing behind a sary amount. .

dings. correspondent asks for the dimensions counter and selling dry goods, groce ,I nEST A FARM t?
li. the finest imitation of oyster (nit ries other Well i if( can rent the farm
ol the standard barrel crate. or any goods, or by workingin you you
tens is wanted, grate it and leave the For the benefit of all our readers we a shop of any kind, and can't ge' want for a home, make the bargain so

starch in, aid use it alone seasoningwell herewith republish the complete table rid of said idea, then you better quit that the rent, or a portion of it will go

with salt and soda; then fry into which was given in our columns last .the poultry business before you begin. as purchase money; it might not be so

fritters and spread a little butler on, all with the suggestion; that it might I have said before and it will be repealing had as running in debt 'for a (farm, butI

and if the dogs!', even, don't relish it, pay the shipper to cut it out and Preserve I here, that to make one thou I aon't like the idea much better.

I'll iorfeit my right as "Authority on it for reference.
Cassava.!' hundred dollars interest on a farm amount to
- --- -- -- ->-- a year rom poultry mortgage

Tender roots sliced very thin, and ".. .. '.. ".. .. .. .. ... ... requires just as much work and "(orelhuught" about the same thing in my estimation;
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cooktd in and kind of Iresh 11.3"\8 I I..c" .
soups any >o :. : : as it d jes to m ike the same either: rent or interest eats a large hole
stews add much to their relish. Mutter ri n ;n: h;:'ft eQi Mnt4C : tmount in any other honest way. 1 into the profi s, and, except in rare
and condiments must be mixedin '11."'IS I '2 2 ;: the can't afford it.I'nis .
eggs all who go into the poultry business cises, beginner .

according to taste. "_, _..._ ._....II o..c.- .-.. c' .,""'.'o-I\\'' \ = rnuld fully realize this to begin with question is one that each one ,
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The usual time for( planting the crop( tl<<1 v;.II I : IiIC- -M -:M:) '-"f 4w' "-, '-". .-OytkX"... -.. .-.. .".v*? I I II there would be fewer failures record. must decide for him elr, but generally

is in the winter months. No root crop. I '%:*: *_ *! I Hut if you want to go on a farm to speaking, it is better to p ty as you go.

as an article; of diet, can compete withit 44-ar. .. 1 :i -r..-- --7----.::) ; make a permanent home there, and Now suppose you are on the farm,
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once its virtues are put to the test. -.00---! .:: a-' . realize that you must in all human ready to begin
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.rt") ; : : : : :
People should cultivate it anywherethat f"1 r7.:: : : : : y : : : prbability work just as hard for ever) HOW MANY FOWLSis
the sweet cane is, or may be, .PiU.4S oI :. :. : :..c : : dollar from poultry a it best (for with? If
> to begin
...I . ". you get your you
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even if the yield normally i iv! . .
grown work for dollar cared for few
have
c.. you now every you you already a
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half It is .
only a crop. very digestibleand 1 I -.. .. ft..-.. .. ..- .. .. .. .. .- .. earn by your present calling, then go successfully, try fifty to seventy five
he hh '. S. W. CARSON "
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) ahead but when I ahead first then when
the
: .; : : : : : :- u uUt ; say "go year; you can
f I'elk County.--- -V -4-- "j :. *:. c>.,.:, "> ..l''Sr.. .. _t I don't mean that yi u are to rush m ke them ,pay, increase your flock;

State Aid to the Sugar Station. : :.,Qe..ct..vv.=: vv headlong into the business of poultry and as your knowledge' inc e ties, you
"vV..c *
Editor& Harraer and FI utt-Grower: o.I't uu-t.-= .. =tie 2 :.:, : .:. raising, build houses and fences, buy can add to the size of your flock until, } .
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I wish to ask! of you your assistanceto __fe:lCg_!=,.: t" v e 0'fl!.=t=- .Q.c... ... ... t lot of fowls, and make preparations; you have as many fowls as you, with
obt..in an appropriation from the -:.---'t--" tit V"o;:: :: orriCJw :, ;.,.>, ill at once fora business big enoughto what assistance! you can have from
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coming Legislature for experiments on I :II: :. ::I =II":: .:..:,'E"O?1=ct : $ yield a yearly profit of anywhere other members of your family, can

reclaimed land. As you doubtless ;. %..:% f.lr. .irom $500 to $1,000. "That way care for profitably.Now .
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-- madness lies." You cannot at first this not sound encouraging .
know, there have been thousands ol The last four are specially recom may very
acres reclaimed in this section, as wellas mended by the New York Fruit and ,manage such a business any more than to the beginners. I don't

other parts of the State, and the Produce Trade Association, the barrel you can fly. The poultry business: think it is particularly enthusiastic; itseerr.s
be learned like other and to be hints mostly but still if
State could possibly! do nothing better crate No. 2 being intended for cabbages oust any ; ;
than looking to their improvement and too large to pack convenientlyin the only way to learn how to success trom these hints you get the idea; that
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large poultry business the to learn how to earn $70or '
the further reclamation of these lands. No i. In the) orange box the wily manage a only way -
As you are doubtless aware, the heads should be inch thick slats % IS to grow into it, grow up with it, or $1.000, or more a year from poultry
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of Agriculture j in other words: begin with a few fowls is to begin at the bottom and work
States
United Department inch; in the barrel crates, heads! i
esiabli-ned Experiment and work along up. up to it, grow into the business, I shall
has a Sugar inch thick, slats! fo inch; in the bushel
If had experience in have accomplished what I started this
this place. Our workis you never any
Station
at heads inch thick slats
crates i j 14
and have taking care of poultry, and don't know for, and this article will be "money in
strictly on sugar, we spent inch thick. When bushel
this octagon anything worth mentioning abjut any your pocket."Fanny Field in Farm .
in building station
about $.so.ooo up crates are used the heads should be
and making it most complete. We 85 x16 inches and the corners cut on Kind ot farm work, don't be in a I Poultry. .. -

have now one of the best sugar housesin just enough! to accommodnte on the rent hurry to get out on a farm. If I "I have been using! Salvation Oil for a

the United States-small, but perfect bevel a slat two inches wide. you have a bit of land in connectionwith lame (Kick and think it is the l best remedy
in and it will: be in \ your village house, make a sort hare ever used. C. E. Durling, 15:
respect. .
every "
winter.'e .)f "experiment station" of it.i. t., get Central ave., Lynn, )la8*. .
operation this coming .
The honest public sentiment of the and
few fowls take Farm Poultry,
have now introduced about eighty varieties people g of the United 1 States i iM unanimously i BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
of others
of cane on the station, gathered in favor of Dr. Hull's Cough by reading the experience ,
from all parts of the world, and from Syrup. The dealers' pronounce it to be and by taking care of a few fowls, Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion .

lhe e varieties best adapted to Florida the only standard cough remedy.The learn something of their ways and & Debi11 ty.

a. needs, while you still keep on with ...
will be selected and given to the .
celebrated remedy Salvation Oil, your present employment and save up Get up a club for THE FARMER AND
t people.} is recommended by experienced| veterinary as dollars as possible! to invest FRUIT GROWER; for a club of ten you :f
We have in condition many
now jut gotten surgeons as just the thing for the &iifIM.rnoii
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Fair commissioner, Mr. Arthur C. to $1,500. With this they can buy a til well freed from dust, and stretchedand

gtateMajor J'feW8. Jackson, has succumbed to the resistless small place and begin to make for nailed firmly to the floor. A small

charms of this section and has themselves a future home with sufficient portion only of this should be done at

who the purchased the property mentioned by income to live independently.Quite a time, and a warm, sunny day, when
Wright, during ,' our Palm Beach correspondent. The a number of people from other drying will be rapid, should be see
his fine Oxford
trucking season stays at name of "Red Gables" has been portions of the State are coming in lected for the work. A carpet treatedin

orange grove, was in town Saturdayand changed to "Villa Isabella," in com and buying homes. Some "fancy" this manner will be greatly refreshedin
sold off in
"Wonders twenty" he acres will net cabbagesin $6,000 .I pliment to Mrs. Jackson, and here property has been purchased down its colors. Ingrain carpets will
; will be the permanent winter home of that way by Northerners, who will scarcely bear the scouring without be.
the amount he cleared last
Ocala same Farmer. year. another gentleman prominently identified build elegant winter homes. But that coming so very soft that they will become

- with the World's Fair project, the entire Dade county coast is prac almost immediately soiled again.

Several large shipments of cocoanutsfor the purchase of a home by Director- tically beginning a solid growth which, This may, in some measure, be pre-
planting have been sent up the eneral; Davis, having been before anywhere else but here would be calleda vented by brushing them over with a

river recently. Col. Briggs has shipped mentioned in The Sun.-Juno Sun. boom, does not admit of the slightest hot, weak solution of size in water, to
several thousand sprouted nuts to doubt.Juno Sun. which a little alum has been added.
The of
farmers Western Florida
arc
Winter where he is
Haven plantinga
somewhat ahead of those in the middle The orange is certainly! the king of Curd soap, dissolved in hot water,
boulevard around his beautiful
property. belt. They do not allow the yoke of fruit trees. What other fruit-bearing may be used instead of ox gall; but it
Sun.
-Juno "one crop" to hang about their necks, tree in the world could have its fruit is more liable to injure the colors if

We make the prediction that there but are diversifying their buds killed by frost, and drought follow they are produced by false dyes. When

will be raised enough of strawberriesin I whereas many of the Middle Florida crops for months during the best part of the there are spots of grease on the carpet
the vicinity of Plant City this seasonto should be covered with curd
farmers are still wedded to cotton. growing season, and then produce a they soap,
supply every man and woman. in As a consequence the Western Florida fine crop of fruit? This the orange tree dissolved in boiling water and rubbed

the State of Florida. The growersare farmers nearly all live well, are out of has done repeatedly, and as an evi with a brush until the stains are removed

going to be bothered to get near debt, are improving their homes and dence of this fact we call attention justat i when the carpet must be

all their berries picked. are planting a nest eeg for a rainy this time to the seven-acre bearing cleaned with warm water as before.

Lemons arc undoubtedly one of the day. They have fruit orchards, tobacco grove of Dr. E. A. Jelks. Up to Julyof The addition of a little gall to the soap

great coming crops in Dade county.As i fields and their barns are filled last year the crop on this grove was renders it a little more efficacious.

:already noted in these columns, I with home grown hay and grain. given up as a total loss \Vill'hite, Some use fuller's earth, soap and tur

one party is clearing over two hundred They have home-raised meat in their the manager, didn't expect to get a pentine mixed.

acres at Hay Biscayne which he smokehouses, their yards are filled hat full of oranges. But in July the -. .
will set in this'fruit.. Others are following bloom for the
with fat poultry, and they are pros- trees began to sec Baking.
his example to a less or greater peringPensacola News. ond or third time, and if you want to
degree in that and other portions of see the result you ought to go into th Flour should always be kept dry, as
In the past three years I have lost the least dampness will affect it.
the county.-Juno Sun.R. grove this week, as the fruit is now
from unknown Bread made with milk will be whiter
an malady (to me) I
being gathered. We asked the pitkers
C. M. Crawford, who is farmingat thirty-six finely bred dairy animals.In and better than where water is used.
Micanopy, had twelve acres of January I was induced to have Dr. how the crop was panning out, and The milk should be boiled, not simply
they replied that they were gathering
beans considerably advanced in one Bitting investigate the trouble. He heated, and not allowed to be belowa
fifteen boxes from of the trees.
field and in another two acres that called a day or two after one had died, many lukewarm temperature when mixed
At this rate the will yield from
had been out of the ground only one made a post mortem and treated all of grove with the flour. Many housekeepers,
week. His twelve acres were frozen the sick ones, which I had despairedof. 1,500 to 2,000 boxes, and the fruit however, do not boil the milk but only

to the ground Saturday night, while Since I began his treatment, have presents a very fine appearance. The warm it. Milk 1 bread needs little or

those in his two-acre patch are as lost none and now see no symptomsof crop has been purchased by Messrs. no shortening, and less flour is re
McCall[ & Alexander and with
as ever.Gainesville Sun. ; yet, than is the where is
green this disease, which he pronouncesas quired case water
this magnificent showing, would
The fiber interests, or rather the contagious malignant catarrh of the believe it, those trees are covered with you used. It also requires less kneading.

Florida Fiber Co., whose; interests are bowels. I feel that he has masteredthe blossoms now, and give An earthen vessel should be used in
trouble the result and orange prom- preference to wood or tin as it can be
in the vicinity of New River are be. as shows ise of a yield of to 000 boxes ,
ginning: to push their enterprise. Mr. also feel had I been favored with his for the coming season.3,000 4 kept cleaner than the former and will

Kuchler, of Jacksonville, who is the services three years ago would now .. protect the temperature of "the
general manager of the company, have been several thousand dollars ---- --- ---- sponge" better than the latter. In the

arrived on the schooner D. N. Rey-- better off.-\\'. I. Vason in Floridian.I Our Rural' )fiome.! making of biscuit, rolls, gems, griddle-
cakes etc. where Price's Cream
nolds, last week with several hands I there are signs in ,
prepara.
and and the work will be Baking Powder is used, the dough
supplies tions, Dade county will do more build. Cleaning Carpets.

pushed right along.-4uno J r Sun. ing during the coming spring? and When carpets are very dirty, says a must ening never properties be kneaded of the baking, as the powder lean

A mjority of orange growers here are summer than at any other period in writer in Housekeeper, they shouldbe supersede the necessity for such work;
her sawmill is last in
history. at cleaned by beating and shaking.The .
preparing to keep all insect life that nor does any "sponge" have to be
makes such sad havoc with tree and the county, and thus relieves a pres. usual May beating is generally "set," so that this invaluable and indispensable
sure that has long retarded improvements enough for a in ordinary wear
,
fruit thoroughly saturated with sulphur carpet household article is a
of this kind heretofore. Amongthe but law can be laid down on this ,
solution for the neat six months. no labor saver as well as a time saver.
makes first buildings to 60 up will be one subject. If a carpet is much used andis
Spraying not only bright fruit, The general rule of proportion is two
for the and there is
bank
a s.rong exceedingly dirty, more shaking and
but by killing insects preserves the oil heaping teaspoonfuls of the powder to
probability of a fine club house or two, beating is required than where it is sel
cells of the orange, thereby enablingit each quart of flour, after sifting the
to stand several degrees more cold. possibly more. Certainly more hotel dom worn. A dirty carpet literally infects powder aud flour well together in .
Eldorado item in Leesburg Com accommodations will have to be ar a room. If you consider the enormous dry state.-Table and Kitchen.
mercial. ranged for by building, in order to quantity of organic matter from
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take care of next year's influx of the feet of people treading upon it, thisis
The great pear groves about Tallahassee visitors, which will undoubtedly double by no means surprising.It Light on Houeo Plants. \

are in the glory of blossom, and the number who have been with us is unnecessary for us to tell one Heliotropes, what with water at the

we look for an abundance of(fruit when this season, and are still pouring in that a carpet lining,be it of newspaperor roots and sun in the middle of the day,

summer reaches. its fullness; then when upon us by every boat. A large amountof cotton batting, greatly saves the get black specks on the leaves and soon

those pears go to market by thousandsof private buildings will also be erectedby wear of a carpet, and prevents the accumulating give over flowering. The leaves of

barrels we expect to get enough both home people and visitors, who dust in the cracks of the I. woody plants;, like Jasmines, standsun

money to keep .he wolf, the sheriffann have recently purchased sites for this I i floor from rising and injuring it. In better, but even they turn yellow,
the tax collector from our doors. purpose.Juno Sun. soiled which is bad such
cleaning a badly carpet great a very sign on strong
But suppose that the market is such Bay Biscayne and the country precaution should be used. Brussels plants. The morning sun is gold for

that our fruit will only pay the railroadsfor around, while not claiming a boom, tapestries, Wilton's or velvet carpets plants and you should let them haveit

handling it'e will want that I is certainly rapidly improving. In a may be cleaned with ox gall, one pintto till half-past 10 o'clock, when most

long talked of canning factory. It is I conversation with a well known gentleman a pail of water. An ordinary scrubbing things had better be shaded till 2 or 3.

a fact that we ship pears to Baltimore, from there this week, we learn brush should be used, and after A thin curtain of Japanese paper let

then buy them back as canned goods. that quite a number of Key West wards the carpet should be vigorously down between the plants and the glassis

Excuse us, please, but we are fools.- people are investing there. Most of rubbed with a coarse cloth; fresh wa as good as anything. It breaks the

Floridian.The these are described as the middle ter should th.n be applied. heat rays and tempers the harsh light,

people of Dade county will be classes who own homes in the above Beforecommencing the above opera giving the softened heat and light in t

gratified to learn that our World's city which they can sell for from $1,000 tions, the carpets<: should be beaten un I which growing things luxuriate.




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Chinese Sacred Lily. I If meat exhibits signs of "turning"put Geo. S. Hacker & Son,

Few flowers have obtained such an it at once in a hot oven for halfan EPILEPSY OR FITS MAMTACTCRERS OP

enviable notoriety as this, at least not hour. i
Can this digc&ee be cured? Mott physicians jay moJ
for home culture, and when strong Milk I absorbs disagreeable odors, I No-feay,Yc; all form and the caaw. After : -!' =
bulbs of the true variety arc obtained and oftentimes becomes unfit for use SO year study and experiment I have found the 1 '
they will merit all that has been said without I remedy.-Epilepsy .U cured by it; cured, not subdued a.
turning sour. by opiates-the old,treacherous, quack treat :IJ 01g
in their favor. They belong to the For a burn or scald, make a pasteof I menu Do not dctpalr. Forget past Impositions: on t, + 1 i rta
Narcissus family of the polyanthustype. your part,put outrage on your confidence pact -
baking soda, apply immediatelyand E:
failures. Look forward,not backward. My remedy'
They are very easily grown, cover with a piece 01 soft linen. It of to-day. Valuable work on the nubject, and L act
and the bulbs have so much vitality large bottle of the remedy--tent free fur trial. c
For toothache hold warm water, in Mention Poet-Office and Express address. ) -.
that they can be kept dry all winter ... a.o
which a little carbonate of soda has Prof.W.IL PEEKE,F.D.,4 Cedar St.,New York. .. -
and he planted at any time when the -'
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been dissolved, in the mouth. oC ..a.ra..u, m
bulb
flowers are wanted. A strong ,
When steel knives CURED OF SICK HEADACHE ..
grown after the following manner, putting away ,

will be sure to blossom in from threeto rub the blades with a flannel dippedin W. D. Edward., Palmyra O., writes And Building Material.CHARLESTON .
"I bare been a great miffcrcr from
oil and in hour with soft
four weeks after planting: Fill some1luaint.sliaped an wipe Cost Irene** and Kick Headache! and
pretty vessel nearly flannel.A have tried many medicines, but S. O.

lull of pebbles; among them place the cooking stove not serving its -

bulb, at about one-half its depth; be normal use is not the poorest of re CLARK'S CUTAWAY

sure to have it firm, and then fill the 'irigerators. The oven is free Irom Intl's PsIa i s

vessel with soft water to the top of the dust and flies.A Harrows and Cultivators.

pebbles and place it immediately in a warm bread and butter poultice,
the only one that gave me relief. I
warm, sunny window. with a heaping tablespoonful of pulverized find thai one pill acts better than
three of any other Ultnl, and doc not
charcoal will carbuncles.
.
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e cure weaken or gripe." Elegantly fttigar
Treatment of Houso Plants.A Apply warm, and when cold apply coated. Do.o auiall. Price,:SS cent
another. SOLD EVEKYWIIEUE.

writer in Vick's Magazine: says: I _. .. Office, 140 to Washington! St., N. Y.
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lost my plants before learning that fine k

soil packs in pots, sifting down and it you feel weak

choking drainage, so that the roots and all worn out takeBROWN'S SPRAY&1'YOURr1REES \ 7

sour in the damp, turn black and de
IRON BITTERS
cay. Yes, I know the pots from the 'f'FOUl
I krrj In: "''t'JCk't'n ,.t>let. cutting in width
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florist have bit of crock ,
,
nursery one / rum two 2 to nix over the drains, but he raises plants to Beware of Ointments for Catarrh ; I a >ji oo Semi for cataogue
r. K S. HUIillAKI Gen, State Agent
sell, with as little trouble as may be, That Contain Mercury ....... federal Point Fla.

and his plants have porous, light soil, as mercury will surely destroy the fj -1 \V -mr.Fruit ,.- ,

with just the right temperature, moist sense of smell and completely derangethe ; and Apple..1'r.r.l* f lihtftitof ..

ure and shading, and so have less to whole system) when entering it \ Ubrm.andl1ura prevented. .1\110(,irsp. DuckeyeIBREqIES.

contend with than plants receive at through the mucuous surfaces. Such "I.and r.>I'utato inK'titbtnlil'lKMil4 nut .b t y 0

inexperienced hands. Give them articles should never be used .Act injr Kic.lt.rHpra
your excepton J )in< Outfit I Itt

the deepest salmon cans, or pots, not prescriptions from reputable physicians in in a th***.market.CaUUitfu Thousands.dwcnbIng -<+1S, !
the Amateurs noted for the will do i i. ill InI.lnjllrit.u. to
largest. are as damage: they i i fruit... AdJre

having pots too large; but not deep ten fold to the good you can possibl p WM.STAHLQulney1III.If .' .

enough. Five-inch pots will grow derive from them. Hall's Catarrh -- M. E GILLETT, Proprietor,

almost plant as large as care Cure manufactured by F. J. Chelfe
}
any you \,'J:II.SJ ).l f41 IrI.OI,IDA
to have them in a window, provided & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury -
Have in nurerie over 100.000 Orange and
they have good drainage, fibrous soil and is taken internally, actingdirectly 1.t"III"U 0'1 ice. &"pricing all the l leading; vnrietir .
,
ii.ixc; 4 watered with mix the blood and You Think
mucuous
are stimulating upon -. ft!nit lm. id in Northern market at 4.00
tures twice a week, have the leaves surfaces of the system. In buying' any kind of crop will!> ;.o. ,then p ..* AU' :"ecs:,-.unranteed true to name and
any kind of wvda will do >.Ut fur R
sprinkled before the sun is on them Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you ge the brit rvnulta you should phttttFERRY'S ,
I
daily, and are kept from the glaring the genuine. It is taken internally and HO MMMnriMBM B HVBMUBBnK

sun. Sit down close to the window made in Toledo, Ohio> by F. J. Che SEEDS IfFENCINGC

with the and & Co. Testimonials free.fcaSrSold i ;
sun pouring through, see uey I Always the I t..t. they are rwotfnizititli U .

how long you can bear it, and ask by Druggist, price 750 pe Frrri'. t Mandanl"er41! .\ everywhere.nntinl In for.most' 'zu WIRE ROPE SELYAK;

yourself how the plants stand it with bottle. '1IIl'lIrlant tmok <uHalted. >.
It III l Invatunlite, to the o.
---eForMalar1a --
the hot rays blistering their leaves and planter.Ve' sen4'err.+ / .

parching the roots in their close pots. Liver Trou- D.M.FEKKY&CO.DETROIT .

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bleorIndigestionUSBROVT.N'S Mich.
Coffee and Houso-Plants.
IRON BITTERS
The house thrive the .
way plants on ---
I Al U RO A D, 1'ar.tli.rar CfiM T
dregs of coffee: left at hreakfast is ad I BENTON & UPSONJACKSONVIbLiE LAWN. POULTRY CRAB I iI
.
TbouModf of miiM to raw Fli Irv tfa1J.
ir.irable. Hawker itself hardly) turns JKJCLI.U MOYU nutx ruck couuciio.JAMtS .
B. PRESLEY & CO.,
out stronger leafage or such thick
bloom. The grounds are a good LKADING I FL1A., SltPHtNS I & SUNS.,

mulch on the top of the soil, but a FLORIDA ORANGE DEALERS WHOLESALE

little must be let IRRIGATING
care given not to

them sour and get musty in coolish, : OH TIIKNORTHWEST FRUIT DEALERS ,

damp) weather. MACHINERY I II I :il? and :3ID llroudway,

I .
ST. MINN.
PAUL.
,! Ii i r..1 ,"X XI 'V O K.
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Potato Salad. -
Tin- III: T.1IU'IIISInv: ij0'I'II
One quart of mashed potato, two mid TOOL*.* 'In the world for

finely minced onions, one teaspoonful BORE Horse ucecedln*to this Powers buloeu-tJeo,! Steam and Horse Power. : Cpzpe Vines

of made mustard, three tablespoon : WELLS Steam Engines, ,
_.
fills of ham fat, melted, six teaspoon !
Pumps&V-nlves
full of vinegar, salt and peppr to Iron Pin*and Fittln**.well Bap.pli ,. I AM 1'.11tI1T1ES.VALUABLE : : .
DRILL i w. llonmt and reliable work Pipe, Pipe Fitting, Brass
taste. Mix at least two hours before k.*an'>'d. CataJocuelD&i1ed Frrt, NOVELTIES.
:
serving. LOOMIS&NYMANTU'rJ Valve Hose Etc.
WELLS onto. ,
.... I llivhet *tandanl' of Vineo. by more thoroughgrading
--1" than thUtIIC generally received from anywhere
WRITE FOR ESTIMATES, 1..uaI'.1I.riHiut+ nil larK order.
New bread should not be placed in Hatch Chickens by Steam. One a**ort d cane of our different Florida Wines

a stone jar or tin box until cold. IMPROVED EXCELSIOR INCUBATOR near Iratsa, ((1.1 Untie' *) given a. Prniiluni Send for with estimate order
BKRKSHlRt.Jtttfj amtmntinic to lv 00 or more.
Will do it, Thoosxwl'la.nrc* falotr a4 rwar l CMfllis ,.
The freshness! vegetables is preserved atiuD..ti Frwrl.' .isrd.ce.u..,N,LJiry.hatt.t.I.reot ti,' N.vM. Jtra i. 0 Rik., a.d before oedertag< t"1* h<<-re. Address
Wi .pnMd fl"t.duallatcher made, 4 .. it ,*trU lW. 1 ,r.. ,.4 1.: IIUIIOIH. P.O. DozsRt.TailahaMce .
by putting the stalks only in ttnaranterd to batch a l 1a.l'C'H. p.rceataae I r+s p. I.see. .1'w1tsj. H..U.1a.4 I Fla.New .
of ftlrt.1. at Ina eu.t thaa otter. His. t)'( CiMN.
sod water, &DJ 6c.fgr Was C&Ukc NIfS, .LV.u.ITAut,q say+.'1.W. p w.'dITiI, 1'.e rsaoIltr.e Ae t.e C.... 1'r.... ...}..r Weed Seed 250 per lb,,post paid.31AUC11 .






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I the sediment utilized that the S'ate finds it best to procure the seed fresh MARKET >OTES.JACKSONVILLE.

fl DISPATCH 'rGROWERRI"ERt1RUI wil: take its ,proper rank\ among thereat from Mexico about once in three\ :, March 16.

/AAMa' AttiAy staple producing commonwealth years The Florida Fruit I-XChiUlJ.t'; ; ; riMirt|

111 I eouaotwertou.scs/.r.aul. : of the Union and her: agricultural This corn might; be of value in Flora about 20,000) (IJOXVH: of orange.! handled t
by them Uu pa! t \\ (wk. ami Ih,' intimate :
ida )
averages t-e raistd to the plane ot( to furnish roasting ears and (forage
that there. an about :250.0iMi.! boxes
STEPHEN l'. O.POWERS AddrcM. l-awUy.ll1a., Editor respectability in the census reports. for cattle in our customary fall drouth still in tli. Statc. (hOIl ;h.lC course, theo

- __ __0 -- .r will not all U hh pped out.
- Taxable Values. The JarliMUiviiie, Fruit Auction Coin-

CONTENTS.Caovr ets (pan Oultl :\11.l1lla.3lnn'h, 13th, 503: Uttf'
]JVEarl
One such glaring inequalities \ .
reason uhy !
of oranges: .' lauding, I ruin .>0 to2.Kaer..ue
; Axe Oncii+nr>-"hade A'te'ru"rise; txUt in the valuations at :.! : )
Kcho; ofihe Kthelwukl.l'iest.Thoroughbred : .l'ru.f KIe trC'r1i 157 ; I ;M.s Friday, March 10th,

1'0 ..n*; Sn Hearing' I tee; which taxable: properties are rated in OH hoses; avenge; 1.::.!o. Wednesday,

shtll-MouutNin Fl' .ruU .. 151 8 I this Sate: is found in the prr mmenceo' J.\cucnxvn.l.E. Fl.A.. Match( 17.FKflTS March tall HW) Mixes; average price 1.10

Talk It t'p .,, r. iw '; C i-nn'e "I f rllc1a I i th* personal. element. In the old ANt VIr.HTAIII.KS.fCorrected Movement of "ran :,':'4 for the weekending
l.akr Region: Nittatr i.f H jd, f.r UJltllge ( toddle bv Blair & Thrasher .! ""t'cltu"MlaIarch: I l.'ith.
1
Sate, Iou d i is worth about
1'rt"tl--o.pTtNttllru.: r.rS\8It' tIQ; agrie'llural: ; Thc.-.C' arc MVrajje quoiMtion. Kxtrn choice BY SKA FIIOM JACKSONVILLE.Hy .
TUB Vixi-v %n -Spy Early mid Ofe: All- as much per acre one place': :as an- Inl"| fetch price' above top quotation, while poor
other : 1 I&} lul" -ell luarr.Orn11ge the ('Nile Line. : Yvmaww.; 4.000
Kkpcririice Work oilier, because it will produce bread: %, 126 .. . . .. .. .. .. MO to i.73 l h"xt, >s: Cherokee O.UOO(){) Sfimiinlc1,000
nKr:1tSe.t"UttaLl .. : +
PAKMPK ASI) Tit : : ;
) . .. . .. .. .
Culturi Mini l'!.r ur C.*,<.ra 19* :and meat, and support a 'family) in 17600 too 176 . .. .. . .... .. '.i.15102''Ol.00 2c total in.CNM: ( ) Ixixes. Hy the :Merchants*'
Sutc Aid to Misrnr/ latiuu' ; Maudaid Cralr iyi some fashion! in :any event. In thisS : ltnd.trins. Olf.t l ci>1or. box I.!-) to 7.50 Steam.ohip= Line: Hovvden, 7,000; grand
I'oULTk1'-I1u" to llcjein 191 TMiiKertne', good color..... '.Of) to 4 no total 20,0"0 "o\o.".
ale, especially in the fruit growing ruets .. .. ... . 1.5010190
OCR HCRM. llovr.'leaning. Carpellaklug .: sections, one man take a 01 Pomelo. l.ux .. . .. .. .. .. .. 1.5010750 olt.\ nIB BY KAIL.
; .tglll OH It .u't' 'I'lHiit 91 may piece .. .
Aplllc.f'n Hildwai . ... to
4 73 .50
Chl..t". acrt'd Lily: llou- Plants; 1'ctato tolerably poor land and make a brill .. choice, .... ....?.... 4.00 By routes east> of L-ike City, estimated
Sl4. . '93 i.mt in it I. nlon". ..111.. not wanted ... ...... .. for I site week ending March I 15, 33,500;
EDITOR I+ .-Need of Kailrond Cuniiwh on; success: cropping realizing .. \f.....Ina... .. .. .. .. ...... .50 boxes.
Jw l"'ti."I" Re"-l'lahnMt" I..ud; TawA- $300 $-400 or $500 an acre profi) ; Pineapple, cn le ... to S 00
b1f'.Iut": Mrx-coi JUllt-CPt. lot{ llannna*. luinch .. | ootoi >oihliKHs VEOET.Ull KS OOINC1 NORTH.
Atr Vnnilrrbilf Tinte, : Cliurnrnift Or. \\hileanother man on the same soil S't'tII'ut"tUt"tt.I .. k l'C. .. .. ..... 3,3( t03.1
arge (:rup. I POICIUIC the tr.ugeturi.tt", 196 right alongside: of 1 im, from lack oi ",. .. 3.73 For th> same jM'riod ahove .given. the
Iltbru't .. ......3-.0.0.\75 following approximate climates
-.--- ,kill in managing: : crops and especially >. II 1'.t'r rr5 .. .. .... ...35'tto31 arc
.. ... ... given: Heels' :;.!:.if;U) emit*! ; cuhUige, 8. OO
in will ) make i Hating: c 'ouv ...... 3"5 to 3.-0 !
Report of tho State Chemist shipping them, barely a .. II. /*ick: .. .. .. .. .. .... .t 75 crates: tomatoes.! 2..tlO() ) erates; cticuinIKTH -
1 vi"K, and perhaps not even do that. II New. bit.... .......... 7.0010800 I' IOU crates: lN'all't.l.u0M: ) crates: |M'a8,
The annual: report of Pro' N. Hob Onion red bbl" *.... .. .. .. .. 4 OD ) .. ,
Don 1.4UO.
We hasrt'n one man's t xceptional .. yellow ..............._....... 4x010415 ('l11h.tnawllt'n;' i"M. ( ) crates;
insert. S'ate Chemist t, is a creditable success in strawberry-growing so in ernie ...... ........... 1.,0 egg-plattts, ;:; Cl11tl' Total 10,025crates.UHANC1ES : .
document. bath in matter and in (orm. ) *'*w fl lie the price of land.. that pour men, Florida cabba-) l>bt. .. ............ 2ootO3., AFLOAT.
The min points have been given to invest driven mil l.srnuIbarrel. .... .. ................ 2.00
time time seeking to were a BeeU, ..... ........... ....... '.SO From Mediterranean pm t t14. for New
the public from to throughthe or more from the depot to rind fat d at Carrots .. .. ............ ...... 301. York. 51.000( ) l IN,\t"t4. :w.OO hal.t.nxot: : for
the table of (fertihzrrs i .. .. .. .. ........ .. .
State bulletin: but Par-nipi 3 roKadi (Ho-ton. 22.1HK!) () Inixe :u .ono) halM-oxei l
prices winch they could aT( rd to pay. -he*. dozen .. .. .. .. .... .... ...... .70 to 75 $ ;
anal) zed which i is here pre This man's land was: easily worth to Crlery . . . .. .. ............... 4110 60 for Philadelphia. 5.JMMI: I'nxer'''. 'J.OOO half-
sented in form is so valuable KKR (.Ianl".neh.* .. .. .. .. .. .. .otto ..06Hewnv I Uixt: +: for IlaltimnnU.0001) I ox,*. 000linlfl -
a permanent him the highest price that anybody.. crat? 0 ..... .. ... .. .. .. i.rotojon l for \etc' OI"l'.nllt4. 4.100. ( I'oxt'4.1.twO0
>me
that: every grower should pro cifzen Green pea". hn thel .... ......... I 75 to Ito >: ;
in his :assessor! or private placed uponit Caiitiflower. liartel .. ... .. .... .... 200 tu.. 00 half-Uixes. lemons for New York, 8U: ,-
cure a copy and lay) it away ; yet: his uncommon success was apositive Tomatoes, wantetl.. .... .. .. .. .. ...... 7.00103.00 700( ) Itmes: for HoMon ;J15.IOO( i hoxes: : forPIIIIult.lphia.I..OeMt
. ., .. ....
'is-he. crate
book case lor re'erence. 150 : ): for Baltilllr 5,000
damage to the community, indirectly HrH-f'%, black. 5-lb ba ket........... A ;
-. .. because it incited greedy and I. \fn1aiva. tj.l) ..... .. .. .. q nn for New Orhans, ftt.COO.: (;( )
Cocoanut .t.ooloj.oo t
Need of Railroad Commission. undisrnminating holders to advance l'ramat".IK't brand. .. .. .... .... .. .. .0510 o;'H" UKTAIL: MARKETS.

The) vast amount of the tax \h'e the price of all their land in that com.munity Stru"b"rnes! .. to .30: On the l rest fruit .stands. in Jacksonville

wealth owned bv the ritlroads of I the to the false and impossible POULTRY ADD EGGS. huge J fancy pomelos) : >sell at 15 cents

I\'tlof value created that Hen*.. .4010 .;* a pure or two for :25.! (cents: others not HOgood.
Unittd States and the ova 1iadmvinf: by one man .. .
KX-*t% .
7510 .30 10 cents" each or three for :25 rents
himself.Kor llroiler. . .. .. .... :
importance o'' the sub'ect' of rates for for .70 to 30
TnlJ ,'rilH'M. I 15; i cuts a d. zest mans:, s of
.
Turkey, pound .......
travel and traffic in short, the extent ) this and kindred reasons it is a l Ullck .per. .. .... .. ... 35to 14C.50 three different grades, at .111. 25 and 20

atid importance of the relations sus- much more d fllcult and complicated (lee-e. ...... .50HKK cents! a dozen. rcspeciixcly: ; lemon, 20
.. ..
stained by these corporations t toward: I ask to grade land values correctly in to .15 cents' a (Im.' n. I-'trge: heavy Navels
HAY, OUAI.V .:ra.
fetch 10 cents each or three for 25 cents
the business and life of the people Florida than it is in (;leorgia: for in- white (corn small! loin...... .... .$ 1.30 smaller ones. 5 cents each: or nix for 25cents. ;

entitle them to the distinction ol beinp stanci ; and the Legislature is much :Mixed corn, "** .... i./5 ] uItHlnat""' 40) cents n dozen.
While o.-tt: *. .... .
represented by a cabinet minister at'ahin more likely to make bad work of it. :\1''t'tlo..ll6.' *. .. .. ........ .... . LaMt I ?'oIIMV. SujMxlilloe:*. three for 5 cent Best eating
\ ton.'h then do S".. i. Timothy MH..11 tut. 70.00 apples' three for lOcents. Pineapple
\ they
) ) \VhVntbran niall lot*... .
JI.oo and mctth.I
shrink from this honor and seem to \\'hf'Rt\1I: i dli-g. portolt.. ... ...... 7700 are exct cdinuly: source small,
Mexican Juno Corn. Ground furl, fresh (corn andual), per Mick retailing! at 10) to 25 centeach.. rVw da
avoid high place*? There ought to 1 loe A writer in the Texas Stockmansays of '00 |IM.tln.t". 1.50 nanas: in the. I markets I'n' t'lit. Straw-
at least= one Rallrrad Commissioneron Pee l meal. e. r Mick of 100 poinn's.. In"+ Iterries in moderate plenty hut mohtlv,

the Governor's staff-better three, he plants this corn in June as Kicr quantity flour per per cwt t t' .. 73.00 90 |IHMtr condition selling at the stands at 2:ito >>

and let of I them be a thorough they do in Mexico, its native country, Pure wheat per sack ol 1r"Q' oiiiuU. .. . 1.45 40 cents", a quart. They come in all
one that its is its 'rf'Iaktt"ll l team c"ou..ed l cow feed per cwt of (hoxea down to two
md sorts even '
: 1 especial peculiarity .. . . cl'uartsin
in all transportation matters. 1911) II d asks. . . .... 1.30
expert capacity to resist hot and dry weather.It Prepared; Meant cooked nurse feed, per cwt, a box extemporized<<1 for the occasion.VEUKTAIILRH. .
The farmers have a faith elf and valuable iyi |H>iind -ack. . . . .. .. Lao
Commissioner of Agriculture at seems to be akin to the cactus in ('eo,tl! jrrit. I pertmr-! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 3.30 .
this respect, but the correspondent's Pearl meal per liain 1 . . . .. . 3.3. We (find it to caution tileJ.rowt'rt
Tallahassee, and the rai'ro.ids should Hour I be...t winter wtl'eal,1E.tent. .. .. .. 5.00Fl necessary
injunction.. is that it must not be ur. extra fancy falsity .... ... . . 4.50 auain not to entrust pt'u.4( and
never rest contented until the Legislature plowed or otherwise cultivated duringa (barreleither brand, 7sc per barrel beans: to the. tender. mercies of the freightcar. .;

does them equal honor with the extra I Our reporter saw some packages:
farmers. drouth, except very superficially to Co ton 1ot't'tIIl1f'Al. bright, per ton. . . 79 eo) |>cas from Paler I Sola, which were once
Dark or se Inland cotton 5't't.III1t"81.
keep the weeds down. It seems alsoto ton .. .. . . . .. .. .... .. ..per.. 21.00 of very fair quality, hilt which had l>een
0' possess some of the capacity of the Pure ground bone fine', per ton ... .. . 33o so long on the road t hat they were yellow
II.aeull.ula-h. i rr: ton .. .. .. .. ... 33 oo had chance in
Experiments on Reclaimed LandIn cactus and other desert vegetation to German ka lul. per ton .... .. ... .... .... 17.00 when they arrived and
fibir and fresh l.an.1 plaster . . . .. . .. .. 1000 cumlHtition| with the Jrt'clI.ln.h. article
another column the chemist of retain a body of green I Nitrate soda. iHc i er pound: prr ton. .. 55.00 arriving hv express. If there had l ln..*tino

the Government Sugar Station invokes sap a I long time in the dryest weather: Mnrmte: i jtotah. 3\ic per poun : I pet ..on. y\K others. on the market when they first
Sulphate polafth, TC per pound; per tun. .. 33.00
the assistance of the Lecisla He says: arrived they. would probably I I have realized -

attention should be called SEEDS: ETC. <<1 enough to leave the grower a little
ture in experimenting on reclaimed Special Pea, Cliv 0 . . .. .. .. . .... .... 1.1.hif1poorwitl. % their chance
lands with other than cine. It to the value of the stalks. They remain \\. . . .. . .. .. .. Isis something, but day by day
crops .. .Hack . .. .. .... .. .,.. ... . 150Htack grew less, as! everylnly jKisd them by
is certainly to be hoped that that green until the latter: part of No. .. Nye ..... .. ......... .... .. .. i.'xjKM and wllt'il'e saw them their ca-e washojieless
will heed to this sucuestion. vember and as late as December .. Kipper I *. .... .............. .... i.jo That will probably IM
give >
Ixxly ". spit. .. .. .. ......_..... .... .. 790<< grower
It is quite within the possibilities! thAt cattle will eat them greedily and do Bean*.. .. . .. . .... .... .... .... .... .... .Nj lit>" (' that he was! swindled. Both U'ana,
rice. and well them. I will not close this f ', Lima . .. . .... .... .. ....... .... '.i5 and i teas about the same price as: last
the sugar, cotton vegetablesof on .. .. .. ..
Pearl Cat Tail mit lt: t. p r i potln" .... JOe week.
the Everglades when reclaimed: \\ihout: pointing to the :advantage ofa Oertmn: or tto'de" lt1.t'. I. prr bushel . 700llnva'ian
KT***. p.r bu'hel. . .. .. ... .. 750kun The near-by supply of cabbage. is running -
will some day: render this (amc'us re- fine supply oi roasting ears during al l rtrnnchinK: Dhoura per pound.. .... 750 down K t inetvhat. and the heah 1

gion.of more economic value than all September) coming just! in time when Whet Kaffirc. Irt rn lo maize "'* .. .. ... JOe yxAml average, f smaller than they did two wi ekg

the rest: o' Flul ida put together. our spring and summer gardens are .-, canenr-orgura ... .. TOC i ago. The rain has made some burt

Florida is like a deep and narrow exhausted, :and before the fall garden )At nhlllloOlIll"4'nla( or Lucerne' "" .......... ........ TOC I 150O I open and even grow; nice out before of the the middle.

tank of some liquid of which nearly yields a supply.He Menl rire (upland I), per bu het. .. .... 200 Lettuce was very freez\,
but since that it i ia loose and! leafy l 15 to
Mori'a rai td .eed r'e" ... ... to 173 ;
all the richness has Fettled to the but plants it about like Americancorn eetl barley ** ....... 1.73 25 cents a dozen.

tom (the Everglades: ), and it will only the kernels from twelve to Te.'UC"4 e raked seett t rte "of .... i.joOrnnine I Jacksonville.-' bank clerk brings in
red rnMpruwfoat* ..... .... 6f"c
be when this tank is decanted and eighteen inches apart in the row. He While e\.d rice *n...... a.as ev morning 8.00 to 10.00 worth of cd-



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cry which he grows hitn -e'f: a fine Navel} '..*
T.
very I to !.. )
article which ishpoken fr and| I-ulel| | beforehand ) Crel.; ....(.."'... . . .. . .'.)."I.t. .. ........,... ? Why is Strictly Pure White Lead the best paint?
at :50 cent* a dozen, while rusty, : P.llwlcJ06 . . ....... . .O.).l! tu .;.JUtt11. Wh Because it will| outlast all otLcr: paints, give a
and common bland around the tit a I kct -: 31dreh( l UK( 4c.OO:': bo tt e. I Y handsomer finish better protection to the wood,
and the first will be
ail day, a drug at :35 to 40 cents.' I cost less.
Tai g rules, liol.. .(i3 to 1.35 If Barytes and other adulterants of white

since AHjiaruguii the! freeze lids: come hat on nice again OJ'u-.tt"; . .. . . . .t+'i t.. :'. .G:) lead are "just at good" as Strictly Pure White Lead why are all the
so water-cre.sH.
Jood; tomatoes ; Navel-. ."V to l.O'i adulterated white leads always branded Pure or Strictly Pure White Lead ?"

few have arrived are still from very Xa8 MMICC au. The: a I'onirltu. .' to :2.51 This Barytes is a heavy white {powder (ground stone), having the appearance

finest Jerwey Nancciiiond' *, wet f South Wntir Street Ck>., (lticajo, I of white lead, worthless as a paint costing only about a cent a pound, and is
3 potatoes
only used to the mixture.
cheapen
.
command 7:i) cents!' a bushel now Man t,1# cnr Itjail.i .
while the tourists are here-from that i Tan friues, halv.-..!O to .73 What shoddy is to cloth, Barytes is to paint. Be careful to use only
Oratigra to 2.20 old and standard brands of
down to GO cents. The 'tint new j ota-
toes on the market came from Bermuda.Turkeys Pomelos l 1.

bring 15 to 10 cent a jxnind and Strictly Pure White Lead"ANCHOR"
Jacksonville Mnrkatllonla
Urunco
are Hdtrce; all (Kiuitry in demand; egga:

slow sale.Florida '-. Mar, t 1--::( ,-t t.Hia\. ,H., u (Cincinnati.* RED SEAL '. _St. Louis t.
sale by the JaekKonvillo I ruit Auction ECKSTEIN 'Cincinnati. KENTUCKY I Louisville)
"SOUTHERN'St. Louis and Chicago: I. ATLANTIC New Yotk)
and California Oranges.The ( ('..mu"h.; : demand. u"a* (joinl :and .tau t "COLLIER (St Louis) "JEWETT"New York

l lest", i issue of tilt' 1'llibnle'phta3larkct wild II nh : < )mnt.-Ilr: fhttc. lCu.KI l (Iunl.i1 are strictly pure "Old Dutch" process brands established by a lifetime of use.
K:, 1.'t(1() 2.2
1 to o
\ :. Iii: ru>Ko M. ;
Journal KIVH: There have been For colors use National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors with
grape' fruit l.H( > to 2.4))J.*; Tangerines,
M*"krtl I earn of ('California oranges: here Strictly Pure White Lead.
I 211)): straw'I erris. :aVe clt.
but mostly) Navel; they Mild from 2,50() For sale by the most reliable dealers in paints everywhere.
to a 20 |per box. Some of the fruit wn I JAI'KMIXVIU' .' FnriT Au._TIOS Co. If you are going to paint it will pay you to send to uj. for a book containing inform
Tnt 31.%. OMBIUI.Nr.xv lion that may save you many a dollar ; it will only cost you a postal card to do so.
very nice arid of J.olMI! quality' hut we i

cannot coniKire| : it to the. 1 Florida NaveUwhen NATIONAL LEAD CO.
: YORK. larch 14.-HweipU of or- ,
they here. There have l
uro >eensome angt'tt for lhv....k riming to- lnvJ7." seedlings the ( .iliforninNavels
among !hnxc'M Oitiinst m) (OUO) list ut k. Ourmnrk..t ---
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which sold at $.: they hhow up --
' hay nut been satbfaetor' arrivals
of better quality! in proportion( | to theNavel : ,Mint::: I...'nv\'. and most of the fruit NB\V. YOHK UUr.VIL MARKETS.New I generally: had no rain. Itain would be
fruit hut we cannot compare it to 11'lIcrit'iullmt nothings'e'ms. to IH. suffering .

has .IKHMI held. firm at full ont-ide
; quota Bermuda, >otatoes retail at 1.25 I II
the Florida |
oringea.Fiwrr from lack of it as yet. The damage,
and Halifax Riverfancy.
f Indian Iliver
un4. Havana from
ancl11l.'w
er! pick : : ijotatoes
I by the t'oellatH.k! ) (vas not tiC) great as
:. other bright, st'h'ctKl
:i.Mto( ) 4 Oh
: Cuba at 1.00) a pt't'k.Thl' .
GxCIlANflK Iln.t.KTIXS .. .
: ( ) 1J'P4:%! ,.)..)1'I tai ;. ,.i: strnit",lit I hut's. .).O()(I llr-t t or the new Louisiana: crop of at first estimated. T'ndtT vegetableswere
JACKSONVILLE. H.i., March. 10.Sal kill .1 in sorlin's4K'tions" in the north..
to 2.25: ruxHft!' I 1.75 to 2.25; grape fruit.t ceery! is coming in liy "."'an"'l14.: It is I
CM this week have shown marked :!.00 ta:J 11)): T.uwriMHK., :JUM) tu ft 00: large and white, and sells for 75 cents a ern counties! making: replanting necessary
improvement.. in and we are en- 2.50. Strawberries.JJiKo and the. |K'ich.: crop suffered fomo
prices M ui'hrinH: 2.00( to hunch.., of a do/.en roots. Southern tomatoes
couraired to he i ifvc a Meadv advance : .) :5 'c. retail at :30 t) cents a quart and .I in the northern. part. The early tomato

can lie exj>ected from this time on.We I Our market: on \vjf: ; (>kblpM! shows| a deeided flesh Not folk "spinach 50 cents a crop is now going. forward (nun Yolkcounty
can olfer no inducements( to the improvement thin: week. Cubh-ice new beets from Florida 3 cents I and the' main crop is Hearing ma
peck :
I'hippt|. of culls drops :and.. light-weight tins ln'en il1'c>r" light receipt, fnnesmarks each: new carrots!' U(j cents a hunch ; oyster ,, turity. Irish (Mttatocs, .'" are recovering
fruit. Too much of this trashy fruit r'a'ItingL:3: : : ). hut mont ,.alc,* were ) 10 cents a hunch and Florida from the effects of last week's cold.

has lawn I\hipiltoci|> recently and iii many made! Itt :\ ()K() to :\.2:. IJeetH have .beenin cauiitloue.8 plants I 15::) cents each: 'alifornia Southern Ui'Otrit.t.-Tllt'rl') hr.8 teen l a

caw the handling of it has proven) a rather h. uvy ni-pply.J and i are moving cauliflowers retail as high as 75 cents general absence of rain in this I section

costly!' t'xlelience| out KJowlv at .;)Ik' to I LNI( Li'ttuee, mo>t a head.; Some asparagus from Charleston (this week. The cool uaveof the -Ith was

Many 1iiptcr| mix their )light and "r'tvhieli.. has not I 1.- of lit:'\t quality has sold list. week at 2.00) ) a hunch: asparagus I. felt in the' northern. part but was: not swyer..nmb -

heavy fruit in same IMJX, S. This will .>
not improve their chances for obtaining range, : balf-lmrrel lianketn!' 1.00 M :I.Ul( ; ('OK'S 1.50) n hunch: hot-houst'! miiflirooins: It may; tend to check the.. growth :'hlee
and the.
fair prices. c*:r: plant. iKixen." H.(00) to n Hl)'#. Ver> fewijreen retail at 5il; to HO! ) cents a quart, and hothouse I npplt'S new growth of all vegetation
' Pack only the fruit that is known to ( ( for a "short time but it did 110mutt.rial
pean have 'lMeti of i-trietlv 'flr.4 cl'.III'1. dandelion greens at :J cents l Ix' uninjured and heavy.: The day f..r in'. and but. wild l lanrlv at 2 OJ to 2.50;; : damage. Vegetation in thetirinity .

light putT lulls: is: virtually u"t'r. and we f a tie v uoiild eoitnnaiid 40)). I lilt' fame Florida strawberries do not look very the; of ('a iii 1\ eml is in line condition

' cannot utter any encouragement for the. ean 'be said of beans, which have hold uniting hut are showing a decided( improvement and l pineapple plantations near AH-
further hldpment of fruit that the owners large, at 2 5t to :J.nn'ith "'hui.',, at ,1.00#) on the earlier arrivals. The. .pith. 111 are "l'ctrt.1| ; to be blooming

p know full well is not lit for consump to 1j 00. Tumut'lh have U-en in \ .'r}' 1 .fancy fruit ,stores on Broadway: retail freely :and) prom "e uell.K. .
I IL DKMAIN.: Director.
tion. light receipt. and e.irnerif: fancy" are j them at ::?.(OO) a quart IKIX. or 50 cents for Iack; oiviUe. Via.. March .. 1093.Wnather .
b'mil1J.; ;5) Oi) to tl.OO..; bushel' ) eraten, a.J)( a half-punt c'up.OOllll':; of the,-e fancy ---- m ... ... -
JACKSONVILLE 1'1.1.. March taro We 100. show from the
1 to fruit stores al:>o jwaches in
..1. nl'e.llu l iex| t.rt that the improvement PALMER. Ri'ENatfO & ('0.GlIIeAoo Cape of (;iood Hope, wiling at 1.00( ) each. -- '- JncVsonvlllo.Match .

noted) in our last' Bullctincontinues It Mould take; a millionaire) to carry oil a ..: : .
ant from the tone of recunt wiles, we March 1 11.1 Oange: Flori- basketful: thrselelia'ieS.: r'xtra large s:; i. ,I ... aw .
judge that the toirketsare; tapitllvrlcar- ibis. \v.n. nal"ii,le at 2 7t.. :Jl 00) box of I Jamaica pineapples' !' sell lor (00) to 70 eentseach. IJ A 7 g a ;a ; x"

' ing up the. |>oor fruit and the. quality of 170 to 2< 0; :,::i to :2.SOsir? tux I of 125 .tn I : Iirge: yellow hanana-i: at :30 I to 10 ------1---'

lute receipts is! much U-tter. There it tin 150; : 2.00 to ,.:3 |ier l h 'x 'f Oil: to MORticsetH () cents a do/.en. Messina. ICIIIUIIH at 20 to 7.......... ..... i9 I 67 i i, 7t I... 590
I starch b i 6. ; 6T 7" r 57 68 0
active demand for good solid( fruit lioih hell for about :25c? lew than :25? 't cents udor.cn. California; j JWIT1.00" March' 9 .... .. r th 72 "1 71.0'alchlo
bright and ru*>ct. :and ah such meets, bright*. California, mn.I. fancy: a 50! () to I.::!.. a o. (California Navel or I ..... .. .I I 0' "Mt' Sl 6r.0
) fair u\\. 2.3 to 3.IK: ) ). Tantreritit :Ma cti u ....... t r 7s S3 66.0
ready wile at full value. Tho c who to tot( ; to w" auger. 75c: to l.K( ), and l Floritla'l'I:;, j !
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have; IH-CII hold ng their good fruit f..r B sell|| for 1.50) t 1 a! ua I> |xr cahe, and 1.00 to 1.25:?:) a do/en.-Auu-rican Culti 1IulhI3.March u ..... !157: 5\ I i hit bb ;18 I' so.5-t 6S.0. ..
better markets can ship steadily; JlJus M tiidartntt, fur I 1.7.. t.. 2..I' o |..-r,'nM' I'me-. valor. .- -

we feel) confident that the season; for low appti s. fancy, 2 (00) to 2 75:) dozen. Beets -- Means .. .. 'S7.3, 66 vi "ft 3K. SJ.4 66.0
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Is over. Telegnims report bales as 2 !50 t" 2 75 !uteleiilin: ... -estotJnt(1' | ) .: U. OKM.UN.; utJtoJt'r\'t
follows: i lK'r UK): raulillmvpr. fancy, :3.50) to a.75:) AND CROPS .0.

j. Sale; today avenged 1.03.) : Prices crate: ln'ad lettuce. Ntw.' Orl" anx, 4.50){) The American: Cultivator of
ranged 8"i cents: to .C..i. to 6.U() barrel: t miit .t"*. ('ill f 'flt in. ..i:?; For tho Week ending March 13 I says)

,..).. Car No. 17302 averatre!
:3. Car No. :51K) sold) 1.20:? to :2.10? ; average inst) w.k:1': all that could.. ( desired one ol t the best thai ha:* ever been

1.07. Car No. l 11301: I 1.10 to 2 (!t.>: I LuriHVH-Ui, March 14 Grance: :4. Flnridasare by the farimrand fa tilt ):ruts t'r. The. raided in that Sa; 'e. Mantt'acturcrs

average I 1.08.. Fruit mostly light hw ngy prefeiiv l na.tPthy the tl11ll.l ; bright; sunny days made woik in the I l1uy expect some ixcellent: wrappers

and with considerable rot. Heat fruit dematnl for choice, nohd fruit. fre from ojn'ii air delightful.. .. Light .showeis on hum this growth.Irjniiy! .
sold \\'t'11. fitM ha l ltet.n cpiite ni t0$ Bright; two lIihtof, : the week kept' tllt'I'I..iI in
4. Two can sold today 1.40 to 3.;O; intilium I ij7... 2.75 t.. 8.
averages. 1.95):) and :old. 3.00 to :3.:50. I'abUi.'e.: 1.50: to :3.50( barrel.ST. r.ipully and shipments: Northern markets :''.''.nn' aro broken

,">. Car No. :J'.H W averages 2.0U.. ha\e I"-gun at Lawtcy. Bradford dox/n from overwork or household cores.
LortK, March 13.: --Orange*. Rtv-er- of frown's Iron Hitters rctulld..the
0. Car No. 7S5 averages. 2.31.:J Fruit county. (the center a large strawberrvsection.
arrived in ,p*)d condition. Tangerinesup ; .-itle: *eedltngs.. 2.75 to U.tKl; Niv; ..I.I .. :3 75to ; A large percentage of jieaeli cyctem. aida digestion Tmovw czccta: ol idle,

to -1.50..) Market rtlonger.Auction 4.00: ll'.ri.la. ftlIHt.'k..I. lit.t.t I,r.tnds. buds sere kit,cd hy last: week's' ", freeze, end curd malaria c / tho genuine.
2.75; to 3 50- : Mexieati. :300) (to ::1 )0:) : T.inyeiiiu'H. j j hut ;as the tices: had a heavy hloom, it i is I ---- -

dales.K. i 4'i'I' t+t (G.OO} ; |IN I''uelo. ::!.Q()u (to i thought: that trough remain iininj.ircd "' WAV DOWN TI'OV' TIIK"

2,TK); strat% 'N rrk.". Vh rttbs. 20c to :30c J() ; : to insure a f.nr ciop 1'eeiito |Hachcsw !' FLORIDA J'I'SISftt.'I\: f.

'. L. (;(kkiaell, New York, Marcli: 0, Tt'xn.I ill to :UHI I> per 24-qt caw: pinn I t're generally: destroyed. the early JH-U tuwu"hh' Mh| 1".hh.1* HROS.TFKKKul land I dodnl with

1,150:) IMXCS: fnno :3..uu< a aura..n. CaliUw.' Florida crup'a severely damaged and the. clr..r .luke*. (IT- ..( nmr-h fillc*! with Northern

Bright. . . . . 1.15 to 1.:, 2.7Io :3.00; luh1''... ,.,3 to 2 40; New !I t-tr'w..rry. crop received( a .set hack t>c pie. No urgroe. na liquor, no mat.

Russet . . . . . 1.00 to 1.9-i Orleans. 2.25 u ..3O; (California list where not .protected. The daily e.\c t -* grow f'' .; wh brut fr. an.p'timpp' trr( ..h r rrgcrabtrs*. ttui.l >'ns sad.rr gathered oraugr.

Pomelos . . . . .:.10() 2.25 tn :.10: \VuiniiiL-tu.lt.:J.2\; to :3.40: of ml"'mtllt"| for this "section averaged an winter II, mr oM" MI In..a..Unll'nt-t
Tangerine, halves. . .. .00 to 1.50:; tomatoes, Florida. 0.00) to 050; per (n. about live degrees dining: the |Itii...t week chmp' The hloiMln Iloiiiewreker." monthly,

flame March, it>, 900)( boxes: basket l'nthCahfnrnit.' :3.50 to 4.00 perIMIX lane I the rainfall was about one-third of UlUMllatMMit. Cample FREE Write
0. .M. ( HU""nId"ur." : .\11I Turk, FU.vttvii .
liOuthl> :3.00 1.00
: lettuce, ru, to (lor I his time of
Oranges. . . . .. ....1.0:; to :..101'untt4ox lade.. theaverlgt'tllnlitlt; : year. -- -.
Central 'rict.-Fn'l'\h winds and
) . . . .. . .l.;O to 2.05SgolH1 of stmwhrrriwi to date I' II11cIArIr.r1Or .
Supplies ate sunny weather have tended! to try the you are all worn out, I't'8l1rlfJOCI for nothing
& Day. New York, March O.5.HOO from Florida) and! Texan! : the 1-1.'rida offerings j( soil rapidly.. Light ,scattered i t\h'l'fM'l ; it t* general debility: 1 ry
the st Ih.U II "'* ll/O.V ,.J TT Ell...
( kixt's.Taugerines. being! hy tar m iaresenta'rle.P. occurred in the northern portion on one It will cure you, cleans Jour flyer, and 11"

halves.. .. ...... .:))0 to 1.00 M. KJELY & Co i bur two days but the southern portion a good; appvUt

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19G THE FLORIDA DISPATCH, FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. [MARCH 18, 1893JVEiscelIaieous

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Forcing; the Orango Market 1 fF YOU are intereMn! in the ""Simr kWy Dish
flLOR I A-D1SPATCH W-sher" send tw.vcent stamp Cur d cukift.
)'' \ The Fruit Trade Journal of last Saturday : ,Ill; I'rGROWzR :MRS. MINNIE WOOD GORDON, UUmmfitM, Ha..

that II. :Newton -lJ.JtFuR _
'John :
says 1ARMtR5 ALLtki
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-- Rtf a ftre bearing
I SAI.KVery cheap -aete
E
of the Indian River Orange- 111
agent COA3DArDMALARVLW orange/ ItroIII the corjioraiion of the vil
Mr. Vanderbilt's Teosinto.Mr. Growers' Association, sold through tags l of W c I.ka. Puinaiu Co.. Pit., >4 mtlrsfrimianding <<
; ?n St. Johns River. \. WotttnvtiRTti,
Vanderbilt's gardener at Hilt Brown & Seccomb this week as follows: S. POWERS, Publisher. Welaka. Fla. .-...)!
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more, in North Carolina, raised \"fa Wednesday, March i 1,000 boxes HAI.l.'S RODS) AND COMI'.'....K* are the

acres of teosinte last year, from whichhe blot ida oranges 50 rents to $3, mostly I TIIIMS: orFor StJUSCIUI'TIUS instruments made fur p.ro"VCC'tou. miner
and U ensure srtkets. Aitdre 1'. St :M.
cut about 36 tons of ripened for from $1.25 to $1.75; Friday, March 3. One Year .fa.ooFor I .ii1 F.SIk.: ) .,{ 13. Hacknianvitte. I... a.as.btKNuWING
Six Month. i ooIn _' n. --- -. ---
age, weighed green. This is about 2.000 boxes Florida oranges, $1.3510 1
Foreign Countries j.coin our SuIt Pk-t phate to be val"aMe
twenty tons per acre. $3.30, mostly at from $1. 80 to $2.20. and for t.f: purpose of giving

lie says in the Country Gentleman: Mr. Newton, as New York agent ub"Criptfon" all eaten cash in advance farmer* and fruit growers chance to test it at
No piper sent fir less than that )henceforth. No !small cost' we will deliver 'h M. h cars in jee
"The plants show above ground about for our river association, got an ovir di-count allow.tl on one:'* own ,"ubt'riplfol1. but pound !sacks, at 60 cents per* & =%*L_& JOR

twelve days a'ter sowing, with two leaflets stock of fruit on his hands, and as the to all postmasters and agent a lil>e'al cash commission I'AN I'KkriLIZKK CO., _new, tat.. a-tt'4t
will be all obtained !
J given: n subscription -- --_.......-
much smaller than those! of sor- commission men are down on him and by them. Write for terms.
I C.iS FOR \TCIIIM.I of fifteen varieties.'
ghum. They grow very slowly in the the Indian River Orange Growers' ALIIF.KT FMIKH. St. Nicholas. >*>ft'6t

Association for them out of --. ---
than hand
beginning-not more a highin cutting
riiiMU'M: oriT.it.To : rJ;u thrifty twoorthreeyyear
the first month. By this time they their shipments of fruit; this season! WAN ;"'rnle yw turd". also 500 two to boar year
other leaves they will not buy of \Ir. Newton but every new subscriber we will send Postpaid old Satsuma hud; mUtt e on sour stock. Ad-
begin to develop spring "
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l a copy of Whitner' 'Gardening in Florida, diexj 11. HJ-MON, M. I)., Satwima, Fk. a'lMt
ing up out of the leafstalk and from forced him to put his fruit on the auction a valuable manual for l beginners.llatcs I -- .-

the roots. At the end of the secondto sales, where it brought rather low IRRIGATION PLANT for sale; new 8 11. P.
Boiler and ...Ie'ltmum price worth
the beginning of the third month prices for the reason that it had been of.h..rU"ln..: on Application.IIIMITTANCIS fj7 ,.<>o.: terms cash.' I... II. Smith, Jacksonville 175.-:

they look like stunted sweet corn, with held for some days. It was for the ._2 ,ntfnnn n .._ _

five to eight suckers but no stalk- purpose of investigating this dispar- : ? : t WUU CHOICK MANGO: TRHHS{ frltm ser -
I I< Should be made Check Postal
by Note :
very discouraging. and unpromising, ailing state of affairs that Messrs. Order or Registered Letter, to order of:, Money grape vine for !sale. IRVING PAGE, Auburtidale. ,

indeed. By the middle of July grow Porcher Sandersand Paxton. of Cocoa Fla. _. a-n-tf
'I.'HllI' IH.TCIt. II U 11llr .I'1'1)I'fUIr --- -
ing begins, and exceeds! in rapidity and Rockledge, went on to New York NItoI'llr.Jacksonville. CASSAVA SHHD CANT tat feet or more $..00

everything; one can observe anywhereelse this week.If IMT ; Son Get or toregrc. j>er hundred

so that at the end of August the this boycott can not be correctedin Fla. a-4tCIIUICE PKKNTICK HAILKY, Glen St. :Mary( _._,_Fla.

beautiful, ornamental plant is at its some way, the growers on the river --. -- ---- CASSAVA SIUU-IUvhtv.ft\'e! cents

highest. Many people passing the here declare that they will not returnto BARTER COLUMN per nundred frrt. Seven dollars and' fiftyenlH

,.. _.. per one thousand feet. A. Z. AKMOCH,
the commission that the ------- '---- ---- ---
field asked: indeed, if it was a new or men, but \ PanaooHkee, Ha. 3'" 4t
namental plant Mr. Vanderbilt had will patronize the Florida Fruit Ex Definite exchange offer *inserted: free. State -- --.
vhat yon have: and what you want. SALK- + grape fruit and loo.oooaeur
introduced? It is fourteen to sixteen change if they are forced to give up Open to subscriber only. FOR. "; very fine; pike: very reafonable. S.

feet high and forms a large bush of their home association.Our .. -- ----_. M. ST" rUNS" Lakeland! _Hla._ __ J.23.:yt

broad, dark green leaves or leaf stalks. orange.growers will await with TO* FXCHANGK-Pear Tree and Oriental WANTHlTwo: good Watch Dogs. Apply
"IIIInrcr anv kind of fmn produce J. A
with here and there heavy golden great interest the result of this attempt DAXII-I.S' Riverside Nursery, Glen St. :Mary Fla. etc J W. KMFKSOX.{ culer"lakeland.a* 10 age.Fla.bread 1'2'-U price t

flower heads of twice the size of a corn on the part of the commission men to a 4.4t -- ... .-.-_ -.- -. .- .-
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tassel swinging above the bushes. force them to ship elsewhere than "CENT-A-WORD" COLUMN. I'OR South SALK-Lake Weir.gem of Five an orange ncrrs:, grove fourteen on

There from twelve through the home association.Horsford'a .. yens old Complete irrivation. Water protection
are to twentyfivestalks -- --- -------------- '-'--
Fruit sold on the tree recently paid
To insure insertion in this
column advertisements
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in one bush. not tough or woody, -- must be accompanied by the money. twentjfixe. per rent. on price of grove. Al-o for
but soft, developing always new leavesinside. Acid Phosphate Advertisements must not exceed: fifty words. ae lounger grove of nine acres Inquire of
DM CiiAHiSouth I I.Hke We r. Fla. i-f4 << "to.-r..1 In all for.... of U j *|u'tslu.| Postage: Stamps received in payment. -. -. -
Count every: word,including name and address. 25 000 choice Niagara Grapevines for sale
There can be no question about the -- -- ) cheap. IMt'INOl'AuiAuburndale,
I lOW tl> ( ; .'()'," UTIIOSK{ who have wen it "--the: Simplicity Fla. u-17-tf
value of this prolitic plant in Floridafor l I'i ish Washer-"btar witness to its i-x,.eeu- q.-- -

cutting green, but if allowed to ing merit."-.--. ---it- A GRAND Fruit and Flower show will he held

mature, even to the blooming stage ,+AKM HORS1J, wagon buggy and implrln tits under the ausj ce"of the South Florida Fair
iPINEAPPLESGrowing lor ,sale at a sacrifice sox 733. Orlando, Fla. Association on WC'thlf''Y' and Thursday. March
the inside of the sheaths become so I" .A jt and :21d.> 1S91. at Orlando.' Fla.. fur the exposition
infested with ._ and display of 1lowf'fI'ma11 fruits and
small bugs that it is not ------ -- --- --- -- -
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vegetables.! Trotting running and bicycle rare
I have, for sale small
fit for stock to eat. SEEn CORN- a quantity each niter noon. Special premiums: in all the department
native field that bear from threeo
a : corn lists and
For premium further IntorniMtion -
Pineapple is! one of the: most profitable six: : tars to the stalk. Trice by mail, 10: J) rOUllef' W. ,
-. .- address CHAS. JACOHS, Supt., Or
A. J. l1owF.S,Jacksonville. Via it
lando. Fla. -tt-at
Tho California Orange Crop.A industries (In the country. Scud to cents in -- --- .--.-.-- _n_ _"___h. 3
PASSAVASF.KDCANK. .'.50 per barrel of JOG Mt'RSIkV STOCK. A1I1 leading varieties' sweetorannes
Los Angeles dispatch in the California stamps for pamphlet giving full paiticular of feet; Oriental Plums. 15 cents; discount on on sour stocks, fine, healthy cheap.I40YNTON .
for
cntalovm prices next todays. J. A. I)4iKL Hltsu!! Archer. Fla. yn-Mt
papers says : The method of method of culture and profits. Riverside! Nurseries. Glen St tarv, Fla. .'-11 .\tGRHAT -
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disposing of the orange crop is worry It ARC.A INS !' A hearing grove. Knith- FOR SA 1.H-WhlpJ)orwi11 Jf'' II.I>er bushel, r.u.
.. fa.oo. Conch pea' (limited quantity),
JOHN ASPIX\V\ 1IJL tale 'rout one mile from town frost ; i per
ing growers considerably, and becomes prrof. Also very fine strawberry and vegetable pound post paid aoc; Chufa eed, per poucd.
post pakl. 35C; per peck. f. o. b.. ll.je peatmillet
more complicated as I hud Send for ciicuUrs. J. I. DKKIF.UX. lakeland ;
every year ITIILISIIKll, \, Fla. 3-11-31 per: pound', post paid. 35C; four pounds,
the crop increases. List year an -. -' -- -- -- ..- --.-- fi.JS; ten pounds, f. o. i,., $t.on. Semi! cash with

orange-growers'; union was formed BAU (JALLIK.: INDIAN HI\-I' H. r'I44. BHGGAR"HHU? SKF.D.? { To those who ins order. EXCELSIOR Slum FARM, K uka, atf FU.

would advise! that .
-- : they placenlers -
which proved a dismal failure, partly .1 t; 12.1'17 > for seed: at once Mock of our extra I'l.ORIUA'Sadvantages for ,,,nalllnYt"tmtnt't
owing to the partial destruction of the 'leaned! seed' 1 is limited Price\ cents J per pound see UIt'tt1late Journal." Arcadia, Fla.
Fruit and Flower Show I i u. I b. here; In i cents per pound extra if enl by fi.oo per year: sample with state mal 10 cent
crop and partly to an attempt to con mil post |paid Seudcash! with order lixcr.L-: _".4-ai-ian.
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..ltlK ?,EEIt; FARM Keuka.: Fla. i-a8-tf
duct a business requiring] $IOC.OOO Will he held unreel the auspices! of theso1.TII FANCY PIGKONS-Bought.sold and exchanged.
with a capital of $500. The members WHITH 1.l(;i1ORN and Plymouth Rock Egos for what you want. Stamp for reply.
FLORIDA) hAtching; wiie stuck. O C. KN. X.Highland. I.LOVD <;RANT Lady Lake. FU 7'a9 S3t
) \ FAinSSOllT\ \ I OXo O
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of that union are now being sued for Clay Co., Fla. 3.i i-t, -
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a deficiency in the expense account. \ u rn: \rsn n "%'l> l'IIIIl." ".t r F.XrilANGK( new two-liorse John PIACIiISEarlyiiidweiltreeaeheap... : ... ulot
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Consequently growers feel discouragedand March 22 and 33 1893 ,ix blade U-C'rcCornCultn'Ato"for'idinsror, shields complete for rattle walk or "sweetranee '.;; ttg. FOR S -Complete kite Cleaning and Hull-
Plant, alto Gri Milt and Holt. J. W.
scatcely know what course to trees from four to six years old. F.KNKSI
i.ir OKI. IJIO. 1"1. .i.. nO'STOS.rchn.. Fla. itUNKNOWN F.MKRSO.N. Lakeland, Ha.. l>al at
pursue.An .. ._ .
For the exposition and Display! of -- -- --- -
attempt is now being made to 1'KAS. Si i 75 P" bushel f. o. b W W.iNTEA-Man with two ooY" Steady /grove

get up a trill shipment for the English Cut Flowers, Small. Fruit(* and Vegetables.rf Mannville.- Ha. 3-11-at 3natTIIK work. IRVINO fang, A,-. urndle Via.

market. California oranges being U 1.r 1\" J. HI .\'%I.n; rw* ItiLl. Dins -A few fine voting Berkshire for sale fro

it.it i:." run trm\on.\. a piece, entitled to registration. F. A. VIM-
much better keepers than those from
:EST Ri-erviewr. Fla 3n-it LAKKLAND NfRSHRIKS
Speeial I'reminni in all the ""MtnH"nt..
Florida, it is believed they will arrivein For pretiintn list' and further infurtnatinn addreodCIIAs -. -- You
\\'. J.iC1/115.opt Orlando. Fla FOR S.\I.H Tor cash.time or tiade,orange grove'. splendid assortment Citrus DecMuous' and Tropical .
good shape. At the present rates -. and limber lands. !{. KUWLRKeuka, Trees and lianis. one to four year oM treeu,
of and the London Kla. 5." 6t .I l Sour and Grape H'uit $eedtiug' ". SeedlessPomelo
freight prices in
Are You a Fruit or Flower Raiser ? .. _. a?ds -elle4 raiiiti Lioness C. M. :MARSH.Ukelaml. < .
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oranges:; laid down there would only WI!.!. FXCl1A GI-ticw Colts! Revolver, 38CMliVer. Polk Co Florida t-a9 fit.

net mthern California growers from For Market or Pleasure- lest make. nicklc plated' hand ----
4omrlv engraved double-barrel" shot good.
gun.
TO ORANGE SHIPPERS.The
So cents to $t but it i is believed this It so, mul for our nn-uiar mi FunglcM. and ondition, reliable make MACIXIXALD, Avon .
might be considerably increased liter! ..rHM-ctlctih ntiirti arv rlirttt' and I rclinltlr. Park. it Jacksonville Orange Market (is now firm
.n'r\, Mattirria! | IYrlUirrr. --- -
Kt'ntlln | for and advancing: and we would advise shipments
on. It is generally recognized that Fruits, lion rrs umi.otaMnv, AtfrioullurutjiMiuieaia. .('. tAN' CONDITION: POU'DKRS wil
f.-t. have oranges. Tangerine l grape fruit pineapple and
the W."i.! rou I IMA: f o.. makeanvanimtleatandgro They
obstacles merely tern .
present are 10 equal' for chickens, and are a sure cure for regeUWes. nn'e-Br.htrf'et' and Dun &:
Chemical Fvrtillsvr Mauuf llulihaurr .lid.
""f porar and that the future of the industry rs. alt nek cattle. For sale everywhere in Florida Co.:* Reports. Consignment solicited.
JOHN CLAItli.'sON tV ('C,., .\IU' CAt ample packages sent by mail for 35 cetits. W.
is bright. JucU.oiitUle, Fin. G. TiLCUUJUf, Palalka Fla. t.a9! .tat ULAIll & T1I11A8I1EU.


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CUT RATES ON FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER MATERIALS.


The Paine Fertilizer Company, in order to increase extensively their) business! in the State of Florida, have decided to make

enormous!! cut on all FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER MATERIALS. /Hioy have a large quantity of all fertilizer materials in stock' at Jacksonville! ,

having laid in a full supply of Sulphate of Potash, German Kninit, Nitrate of Soda+ Animal Bone, Blood( and Hone, Acid Phosphate! Iii' oh'ctlllono,

O. S. G. Lime, etc., of the very highest!" grade, in the very best: mechanical condition

They commence) their l big cuts on fertilizer materials on December I I Iftth! and these: cuts will be of such a large nature that it will practically

place their goods beyond competition as! regards prices. The quality of their materials is known too well to he of the very highest standing and

giving the very highest tests! and valuations. Hringing their goods down in large quantities: via schooner, and at reduced freight rates, and handling

them practically without any co ts for drayage, and their !storage facilities being of such an excellent nature, having: both water facilities and a private

track connected with all the railroads, they are prepared to name prices at which, others could not possibly do business at a profit, as they are branching .

, out into Southern, Eastern: and Northern territory and increasing! their business to wonderful) extent, they intend giving Florida buyers QH the

benefits of f greatly reduced prices and low purchases, they having contracted. for the bulk of their goods last spring, when the market rangetl from

tl to *'JO per ton less than the present: quotations.

Mwweml or that cut comment DeromlMT 1Mb and may stop. at any lime\ therefore parties wHilnir( to buy at cut rate should "cIIII l in their Inquiries' at once. They will never
pain be nM, to buy FerttllrerH at tlw M* exceedingly low prices", mile" this tuiii| tJt\llflJC utlfffipted for the first time by thi8enterprUinjeoniHiny| us! u trial and as an adxertiK'tnent.Add .
re*all (communication
toTHE ; PAI N E FERTILIZER COMPANY,

50 Went Hay Street JdCk' I1\.tlIe.'lti., or to .T Broadway, New York city, or to Jig I -Ksrs. Walsh Ac fragm. S|peseta) Agent Ifl .Franklin Street New York City.
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JOHN L. MARVIN J. P. TALIAFERRO.
President. Vice-President. -= ----- _
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H. T. BAYA.Cashier.. THOS. W. CONRAD
Assistant Cashier. EI!I

CAPITAL $100,000.


: THE MERCHANTS'' NATIONAL BANK, Bowker


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 1

Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections end General Orange Grower.

Bonking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .
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INVITED.
BRIGHT, FIRM: FRUIT that holds on until it is

r 1 l.lrt"I'OIti4 t U picked ; a strong, healthy, vigorous growth of
Chas. Marvin
John L. Marvin A. B. Campbell.
Jas. P. Tallaforro, T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald both tree and fruit arc the results reported by large
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W. B. Clarkson C. B. Rogers W. M. Davidson
and experienced planters in Florida who are using
John E. Hartrldge.
Dr. H. Robinson.
--- .- -- I this popular Fertilizer. It supplies to the tree at the
TO ALL' BUYERS I
G ?* r. proper time, in the proper form, and in the proper
a OF
t proportions, all the elements to bring perfect, healthy

= FANCY POULTRY.ATTKXTIOX maturity.

: HOWKEK'S VHRCTAIILB: GROWER and BOWKER'S ToBACCO

GKOWKR arc also special complete Fertilizers,
l't HRH.\PTHR all fowls pout
I II 1 from my yanK by exprr" carefully and scientifically compounded for the purposes
will at one-ha the funnel
r rate go-a great saving tu m> t-U" H mentioned, and are extensively used in Florida. Bow-
tomer This is\ by special atrangenient KEU'S SQUARE BRAND BONE AND POTASH Is a happy
. A and! confined: H
r fowU from my ya'd*. combination for those requiring these ingredients. j
We arc the farRtfrt br'tl'r0''
thoroughbred poultry in Florida ,i Chemicals at market rates.
Come and ee our tock or .cud
for illustrated' catalogue and
our
price lit of t I"a ri ties Send for Illustrated Catalogue, Free.
r t Poultry Mipplie* of all kind!
Incubator and Hruuder. Shel 1 FERTILIZER A. M. BOND CEN'L AGENT
? r and Hone Mill*. Clover {'UUt'r"Wirt' BOWKER\ ,
; Netting Desiccated\ Fih and COMPANY. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Boiled Blood and Bone to makt 41
/ hens lay.
:
; r .;;"" EGGS TO HATCH.

-rr'r .'_ ,' E. W. A M S D Lr N, ..

Ormond, Fb USE ONLY FERTILIZER

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lltuluf.tt ture'd' by theL.

JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.,


GROCERS AND MISSION MERCHANTS L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co. ,


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OF PAWTUCKET, R. I.I.I
-DKALKRS IN-

Coal Grain Wines Tobacco Etc. I NO OTHERS GIVE EQUAL RESULTS.
Hay Liquors Cigars
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0. B. WEEKS, State Agent, Jacksonville, Fla., .
J.1ClteiU VI I4I.I f :. J 'L4'I' -.
I No K llotwlrk Illork Coiner liny and Mnlti Street
LIsiOl' 8.tu1 t for 1'orkrt Memoranda Hook.
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.. >*> ':\ .i. Martin It.8. : 00 f.t"I1I1"'h.: ..I KGf1. I A. A. (;eroe. W. B. Geroe.
Crllll.t"I'.RU..) 2 nn Vlrcinla ilailr/ ... 4 OO
SprliiB Vallry. 2\U: (FId l lloiirhoii ... 5 OOK Established 1870.
North Carollim Corn. 2 :AO I' ,>nturky Sour Mar.h ... ft OO
('llnnlIuh. ..... ........... .... old 1 Ilakrr .... .... ........... ......... 't 00 EDWARD ROBERTS,
MontroM* Velrrt .............. .. SMJ 00Ji A. A. GEROE & SON.,
,f- Hitra : One pIton ajc; two gallon Soc.; three gallon. 750. Remit: [by post office;'moneyyrder AGENT FLORIDA FRflT KXCIIANCK.
check or reciMered: letter We cannot ship C.0 I) to dry' tf'wn.
A complete price hut of Groceries, aud Wine Li"t. *ent free on application. &05, 507 509 Monroe Street

JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.QUTFITSPERFECTION WHOLESALE COMMISSION FRUIT
TOLEDO OHIO.
-- VEGETABLE.
: AND

*J&i I Importers and Dealers In-

P- BA lf.l Irpw..d *.. VBrMMr l:' I'crlrvliww '& //VJL I; Prompt Return Stencils on application.
Bret FBreign ind Domestic Fruits iad rotltcc.
....pare ru np..ttr lb. rqo.4.nl m..wallr t rei spray Tr-- | rr II.er.
m.fe tae 19tH.(3tr..t_ ...,1.14 Iaap.Mk..,.,.. 1'1... .bee I 220 and 228 North Delaware Aye.,
-rt.040111.... ...__Mal pry."atri as\II.. 10180.Her.s reset.llpny,..n_ NK..tl I i
boa.... N.,. r.1irw.ee4(1..01. r.f?"at e1.i..le pr" c. tees.Wni'
.HAMl4..b7jl*i e....'/.iiLo ruttcic l.tUI'co.i..tiruui.A..a.OC"'I'UKT. ,>.v, I"PJIILADELPJ-, PA. FLORIDA FRUITS A SPECIALTY.



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108 TITE FLORIDA DISPATCH FARMER: AND FRUIT-GROWER. r r.\ncn 18, 1803Shortest.

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THE: ARTIN
& FISH,
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FRUIT AND( PRODUCE


S. B. HUBBARD COMPANYI COMMISSION MERCHANTS,


JACKSONVILLE FLA.
uo, IU and 114 N. Franklin St., Saginaw EastSide
Mich.
v LINE.tJf: HARDWARE AND STOVES
Con'tsrnnicnt, solicited, and prompt returns
guaranteed.Refrrrnce.
DOORS SASH BLINDS PAINTS OILS AND VARNISH.
: : R. G. Dun & Co., Rrsd"trett's
e4.,,'v 11LJ... Stl.I.1411. A, ency: unt! KirM National Ran It. Saginaw K.
"btr
We are State A \ Wo Have --- .------..._-. --- O.t.An1A

Quickest, \One Horse and Twoe f%*JT tw. J\\\\ .cc HORSE: HAY HAKES FAIR AND I'RINTHD SQUARE

In stock.

BUCKEYEMOWERS __ 1 .V titnl 1i Jrtt Into!.
Most Attractive FRUIT WRAPPERS

I ',1k The 6 foot for use Is suitable In ,

"'II It't. Q I'ut up m pnck.iKe oft ooo, every sheet numbered
.1 runlplrfr .Irll; "1 fri- ORANGE GROVES.
ROUTE Mutrrrm nut i.i f consecutively i lo I.aao.
rfuih-M itn Imml nti'nrtury Low Price Cowl Work. Full Count.
\Write\ t for I Trices.WE
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NET \\ II N I'r'irra
THE JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO.
CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF THE FUtOUS ,
Florida Points and the North.
ccTEA s ic ..v v (: 15 i > i.... o wr s," 37 Montgomery St.. Jersey City N. J.
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Florida Central and Acme Orange Grove and Two-Horse Pulverizing Harrows, the Boy ; I'OTTLITZEIl' DUOS.1 FHUIT COJIPT

Dixie Cast Plows, and a full line of Farm and Agricultural Implementof ,

all descriptions. Agents for the Planet Jr. Horse and Hand Tools, sold
FLORIDA
ORANGESA
Peninsular at factory prices. Send for catalogues.


t'It SPECIALTY.LAFflYETTE..

LIKE CITY MACON "
aunnn.I'O'f'LITIt.. INDIANA.

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[ ? ; BROS: FRUIT conn

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Nashville, St. Louis and Chicago FLORIDA ORANGESA

With but one oh. mr., of nloepcr-i, << +! connects
alert Itt AtlrtntH for NKW: \'OICK an.. KANSAS=
CITThe Florida tVntml anti! IVnliiMihir SPKCIALTYJFT.:
has u'a'IIJ: miles of track runniiiK IhlUu lithe

rnpnlittlonfvo.nnii.'. WbYN[ INDIAN
XubU'NJtry'''''''', .
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tttork I tiriHlntf ,1t,1 ,,'r1/ crtlnn,
I't-itrli ami Strtitrltrrrfi 1.ioda, -- -
Oru" ,,,, ll ,, Trod Piur.s 1,1,. ,
i .u '' Cuiutry ..&....
BATTERSON
1"/,1"/ Hi..II.Olhrr. & CO.,
Iliv tb'' ..I1.r f'prtu/mid -
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r,,,,. \.y a .a .
The (Irrtit lluttttnn (',olntry'
Ilnirhr for ,\""-.l I ilih it -
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Has the trNt tand I* fur tillage vn'nt't'Iul-
ety of Roils in the State, and above nil BUFFALO, N. Y.
PLANET Jll HOUSE HOB WITH LEVER AND I.EVEH WHEEL:
Runs ovor tho Central Rldffoland tr LO I I n A. OI ANGEH
Whoro It Is High and Healthy.
I)roten| >u* towns fill Its nuitrnml It offers And Other Fruits a Specialty.
the l t""I'It!' freight liicUitles for un)' IIIXMIHIto| IRRIGATING MACHINERY _u ___ __
tho ;Nurthein market Semi for the (Mipularonir
BOTH STEAM, HORSE AND HAND POWER.
"MY FLORIDA HOME." TO SHIPPERS OF FRUITWANTED :

with Its oplritcilvonlt' and 'U'uitiful musicdescriptlo Carry a stock of Steam Pumps, Boilers
ol an actual Florida Home, and of
which Is trottcn. up 'III t'c'jClllt! : std kIS Pages .A Wrought and Galvanized Pipe, Valves. '
or full .ol/e l ,tint flush' |ll.IIII'r.| iontalninr alto. w;
a "picture of a home in Moritla ami I a huntingscene. Fittings, Hose, Etc. Estimates furnished
It Is malle l on re 'elptof, lOcentsdtiStamps Lemons, Oranges, Grapes, Peaches,
to pay expciisfot dlstI1I"II1ton.l) for Plants put in complete and guaranteed
Fend also! for the 'IM'''I map of Floilda(stilt: Apples, Berries, Green and
fetes) and note the town*on it* route. satisfactory. Hand Spraying Dried Fruits.Will .
A. O MAdHlNKI.UU: .1' .t.. ,
JackMitn 11 le. Flu. of Send for
Pumps every description. pay ash. Send for a Daily Bulletin.

!' Catalogue of How and When to Spray.
The Florida Central &
M. E. BALLARD & CO.
Nozzles, Pipe, etc., made to order in our ,

Peninsular R. R. Co. C machine shop. rrner l 3449 Produce Cottage Com Orore tuition A"t'..Merchant thln<
Offers to ShippersThe rr Shipper. *. 7'>ft-6ino
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P.' I IWFI...N W. H. BROWN & CO.,

FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN '

THE FAST AND WEST. ifli 31.\IIEN; 1.\S a':, NKW YORK

With Impnned Vt-nn'ated' ("un"" this com I
ran)' is ,...It't ijui|'|la'than) e\er ever to ir
handle' the draniri- and VcyetaMe, Ciiip, ",. and FLORIDA ORANGES.
In HUH' 'lu'W'!' fonm-ctiotiN' and t rn pt dcpatt I It l :' E
to all lia.tern and \\Vtcrn'' Markets."' .
: CONSIGNMKNTS SOUCITKD.
Through cars to destination with- a I
out change or delay. II I -
I : Established 1876.McALISTER .
Perishable r..htht followed h)' who and ._ '" I
,hlprs| Rf1\'I"fil, time I ia"lntf Carious Junction -
(ItOlnllllutlllrrh'ut at leitlfiatlon
All claims for overcharges and loss! promptly -- ... ---- BROS.,

adjusted. :; J_ r
See F.C.&P.R.R.that your goods are markedvia AE.N1S FOR Produce Commission Merchants

For Information call on or address the undersigned 1.'OO' VI-.tES S'1'1 r"I: 1'U1II'S.:
: 620 Liberty Street Pittsburgh Pa.
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C. &. FAVI/IU Triv.: -\ Itt. Ocnltl. laW ,,\III..t-r. \nu".1 the flay thry are n.I."
|n.| Tt'CKKH. O. M. IWi.lU'.V.Tniv. .\'Jet. U-wburir.! Fla. THE S. B. HUBBARD COMPANY Specialties FLORIDA ORANGES.
"". It FUI.I.KU Trav. .\',,"t. Tamim. Fla.
Or X. S. rCNM.NUTUN.TrutMc Manatrcr.Jacksonville. r.aplfca: :
Ha. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
W. II. PLEASANT3,General Fru gbt AVU The World DUpatch or any Mtmatilt A=aye

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I I SAVANNAH LINE. PATRONIZE A HOME ENTERPRISE.


I Time 53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and --- --

between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours.
MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP CO. OF FLORIDA.


: OCEAN STEAMSHIPCOMPANY.


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Between Jacksonville: and New York : Firt-cU. f2S.6o ; Intermediate, 519.00 Excursion, 143,50? ;
rtttragelra.so. bs
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i Jacksonville: and Boston : Cabin. $17.00; Intermediate. $1.00; Kxcundon. $' 7.30.; Steerage f 14."*.
{ The magnificent: slranlships of this Company are appointed' to nail as follow:

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.

(Central or 90Meridian Time.]

City of Itlrnilncliam .............Wednesday. March iM. 5.001.n.
CI.y..r? Auuti.ttt......rlI3)Iarch jd, 600 in +..A.
THMIM|| | .*...*... ................. J atuiday. M<.ich 4'. 7oo,111if.Nu 1 :
.H+ City.................... St./itday.ltalCh 6th 7.30 p.m I .Steamer
CJliHtlttliiHM-lM-f. ....................... .. ........... Vedntln> March: Sin. 9.3.1 H.III :
NHIM <'lir.* .......... .........*.............Friday./ :l\larc..I.th.II, I OOH.III
('ll> uf .\.1:"..|......... ..e.. ... .... ........ ......... Monday. March 13 h. 2.0.i p HjjoH.m
l. TnllMliuf. .................. \Ve d..C'.h.y.IMr'h. : i>th,
KHII-MO Lily .. .........u..a.......... Friday. :M .rch ith.C'liMlttiliiMMlift 5 U a.nl
*..............s..i.e......... .........Saturday ltar.h iMh.M b.'() p in
> .......-lif.< ......................IUIItay, Match j, ttl. 7 oo p in John O. Christopher
('lIy..r ItlrniliigliHiii. ..... .... .......... .. ...WtdiieMlay, Match ltd, 830111
City. <.f tutu.tu ... .. Friday, March 24th. 10.300.111
1 NIINIINr.rN.... ............................... Saturday.. MrcN 45111 tj uu ti ti WILL SAIL 1
J(".....* (:ily.......... ....:\tullda\ M..rch 27 h. 2.00 p 11C'hNlNllourhre JACK .
.....\Volmwlay.. :March ayth. 3304.11 FHOM NEW YOHK. rir.n 31, FOOT DeanitrM-: FHOM !'nrrtMJ.

1Nt'uuthrtl............ ............. t'rltLAy.11I1ch: : 311, 5 ou a... blanch!i'P$: $TltnT.11th :. March Sfttli: April \ Saturday March luth. Saturday April 1st, Frl-

FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. *+th, AIrt| ;i2nU; ; May (ith. MuyJUth. lay April llth. Friday( April 2Sth; Friday
I May l Itlh. Friday MuySATUIUUYS. :'IUh.Hnt,8 .
City nr 111 rml Helmut........ ..Friday. March loth u ooa.ni
C'lly of t Mtttiiiiuli... .. ... ... ...... .............. .... ... .........Tliurwiay.. Match 9:h. loa a.', on oranges to New York. per iMiv.JWe: ; Philadelphia, per r botr: .c; Boston! per not,
IaNt.y.$ .... .. .. .... .. .. ... .... .... .. ...... .... ..... .. .... ...... .. ThnrMlay. 1111rch.6 h. 4.0.1 p.in 10<'.. No ehl"'Ku for inuixlcr in .llIc IICHI\'lIlo! or Now Yue k. Hati+ I inns New York to JI&ck-
(:Ily nf "*..VHiuiMli.. .. Thurwlay, March 2jd 9 3-1 MMThursday onille! me:'JO: per l'enl.luwcr tlmu other IInl.'lt. hl UIUUtu: 1-6 of 1 percent.
. (Jatt9VIt)....... ...... March. th.4JOPIU
FROM SAVANNAH TO PHILADELPHIA. W. II. CHRISTOPHER.Agent. W. II. COATES JNO. G. CHRISTOPHER.
Jacksonville. Aunt[ (..con" Man'r. Jackkonvllle.OTice. .
(This Ship docs NOT Carry F'asl eIlIC'ra.) Her 30. North River. New York.

Ii...mtg....................Wednesday.' March &Ih. 9ooo.11.. ----- --- ------ --- --
llfa.....&:... .. ......:.Ntl"r"ay.r..h:! i8th 5.3J J> inllr
.. Tuesday, :Match .sSth,3.oup.ll)
..uii|;.. Co.
Steamship
Clyde
THESE PALACE STEAMERS: ,

Connecting with the vivannah. Florida andVe<&'rrn Railway (Waycro"'. Short Line), offer to th-
Trnvrlin "t'idilic au.I l ?>hip|>rr"sdt'x+"tagr* rte|nallol l by nooihcr line. MEW! CHARLESTON AND FliQRIDfl! LINES.
Through Ticket and lidU ul l idinx l i t..*urd to principal, point* Nortn, East. and Northwest rt. _
M\iinnah. For information and ruuni apply to --,
B. k. PRICK. S.licttinjj Agrnt. W. II. LlXAr: Fla. Pans A riil.. -- 1
77cl: IUy Mrrct. Jacksonville. 7; \Vr"l Ii y' Mtrtrl. J1..ckulvih.R .
I.. \\'.\"""..k.act'tlt.. C. *;. ANtiF.K.Mi.N. AKrut.
='cow Pier" No. u. N'orth River, New York. City NxcI+N11hudlulg. +,..uu..\t. u.kh'IIAkU .
: ( ),: 4.IUKSAkU.: Agents Lewis Chart tlu.lu'i.1v. .
I.. JA11KS Agt-nt. 13 *. Third, Mrrrl, "IMnUlcliiua.|
J. f,. HA-llAiiHN. KaMe-n: Aurnl. an. Flu. \Ve-te-n Ry. Co.. 261 liroadway. N. Y. \ T
A. l>c\V r>.\MI'Mi.nirrnl) Autiu.V.. K. AI<.'UI.U. Grit Tmv. I'MM Agt.) JacUitouville, FU
sub 11'l1.h+Ilgtull.4.. I"-'Ion. W. II. RIIHTT (;collc-ral'\Kcolit.
Fo' Tick.i+ npply u' ,. to.'IL' W Kailway office. 317 Itroadway. New York. W
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The magniiicent Steamships of this Line are appointed -

Among other things TWO NEW CARDEN DRILLS One sows eithei to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,

IN DRILLS OR HILLS tlio Other ill addition, SOWS FERTILIZERS EITHER both ways :
(STANDARD TIMR.)
ABOVE OR BELOW THE SEED. From .1..lunn\'lIle.
irvat Improvements too in "PLANET JR." COMBINED SEED DRILL AND I From(her New 2K..York.K.) STKAMKRPI : Florid. ..

DOUBLE AND SINGLE WHEEL HOES and marked ... "t.at
WHEEL HOE In the l>h. ,..th.at 3 ttm..Af.GOSQUIS. Thur-.tay.tar 4:roam
in HORSE HOES AND CULTIV ATons. ttonday, Feb 27 h. at 3 pm.........:"jKMlM I I?."..... huihUy. M I"r. 3lhat 6.ooam'rtlllt'.dAy.)1
changes t. at ... ......"IKogl'OIS.".. .. ... 'iun.I-.y.l Mar. 7th. at 7JOa": '
'I 1 he fine NEW TOOLS offered In Isle are made still more attractive for 1KB. frfalay.\ Mar r. i y\> at 3 3 pm pm........ CHHKOKKK,' .... ... Thur..h. ,)', Mar. 9th. at 9Of.a mIunclay.
SEND IMMEDIATELY FOR NEW CATALOGUE and of all the \ Mar. 6th. at 3 pm.... VHMAH.$ ." .... ....!Sunday. Mur. rash at li:3oa m
undertake satisfactory description here. Star SL h. at .......... AI.GnNgflN.".... ... THculay. Mar )I..th..t i:;> pmpm
now made. It I in impossible to any Vrdtirfiday, 3 I pm
goods as :
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Mar totli. at .... ..... !*I KMIN 'I.K. Tlmrnlay. ajnpm
S. L. ALLEN & CO., 1101 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. -ri.lay.\luiv+ M.-r 13 h. at 3 3 t. m........ .." IROijt'ol..i ..........Su..day.18r: 19 h. at s:oo* m
___ __._ _n _. __._ _--__-_ -_____ ."t'thlrMJay.l\tar! tay. 15111. at 3 pm........ "CIIKKOKKK." ...... Tue-tay. Mar. ai"1, at 7: oam
u. HOURS. at .........-'1'N UAti.IH ". ....... .Thim-! :Mar. 2N1, .al. K\joa HI
l\tar.17Ih
lISTAItMSIIIII: 1K7.1.' : j. 'ri.'ay.tonitay 3 pm .
\V. A. HOURS. ... ... ulld.. Mur J6th. at in'n
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Mar. 20th. as 3 pm..... 'AI.OONQt IN.. It:3ra
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Mar. 321. at 3 p ot... ...... 'SI'.MINnl.li. ........InrMtay. Mar. z. h..t I:ylpm'riday.
WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO. A'edneMlay.. Mar 24h| at 3lunday. p rat........ .. -IKOyt't"-! ". .... ....Thur-lay. Mar 3oth at anopm:
Mar 2 that 3 pm... ....."CHKKOKMV' .. .. .. Sunilay. Apr. ad. at 50: a m
1INr. ?9'h.llt 3 pm .. ..."'.P\IA"'I..H." .... .. TiieMUy.. Apr. 4th. at 6:30am
'riday 1'rrtntwlay Mar. 31!t.at 3 pm ... AUGONQfiN". . Thursday, Apr. tth.t 8xo: a III
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We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
the St. Johns River.

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Hay, The cU-gaui Iron Side-11'heel 1 Steamer

Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark. Cit... r of Capt.Jsi W.> etc A. SHAW.oiaville,"

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STATE AGENTS: FOR PURE GROUND BONE Capt. LEO VOUtL.

Co. ere appointed to sail from Jack: onvi Ie daily, except tunby.. at 3.30 p. m., and from Sanford
Tl gert-Rilen Fertilizer Jk NITRATE SODA, daily' rkCvpt J>uuOay. at 9 a. in.

general Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville

Star Brand Fertilizers, iff MURIATE OF POTASH. JOHN 1.. limVAItl Flurida Freight Agent foot Laura Slrerl. JackMinrille. FU.I1. .
31. ttN3IOMtKlt.| : .Ir.. FluritL l'a.'tiger Agent, KSVeM hay :Jacksonville.: FU.
GUARANTIED ANALYSIS. jPlft SULPHATE POTASH .MAIOIIALI. II. C'LVDi: :. A%i>Uaul Traffic M..naurr. 5 ItuwliiiK CfreH. Nrw York.
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\\'. .'. 1/(31)IN 1A \ Traveling llif etixer Agetit. 3 UUH UK Creeu New Votk.Tllio. .
and \ : Orange Tree Vegetable r KAINIT Etc J. .\. I.t:'", i.l F:, Superintendent, loot Laura strut, JaCklm.v: 1le. Fla.

FERTILIZER. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,

Thrw Fcrtilitrr hare no superior la the nurkct, and a trial will coariact. ii SoutU 11.'.."'''. Av rtilUdvlpUU. 6 liuwllug (:..nt >.w Torlc.
icud for Ouloguc free.







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200 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH FARMER
AND FRUIT-GROWER. [MARCH 18. 1893

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AN OPEN LETTER.


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TO ORKNGE: GROWERS KND SHIPPERS :


For the!, !purpose ofhe1.il\j1lo, better the interests of all concerned I in the
of
marketing the
'system of dUtnbuting the crop, 1 Imve, opened! an office at Xo. 01 11'et; Hay street Jacksonville crop of Florida orange! and cn'Rling.Mlle; needed 1 reforms in the \present
and Wit> at the add remit* given Mow.I .. Fla. (Transportation) Now), and also in the principal markets of the East.


capable of firmly giving U'lievethHt to the details with of ninny thin a burinuni improvements l, that the on orange the present Florida ryrtcm, part of be which are ttated! Mow, together with the management, a" a business man I am
crop can 1
disjKfcHxl of
to hettter
Believing in the auction sy'tetir,1 have arranged to have all advantage than is the can? at present.!
will bo accompanied with a prire catalogue showing the results' made.shipments intrusted 1 to my ld at auction at each mint I ship to. Each shipper's account sales

When hip| erH die in' I will todlllt'ro in Jacksonville
at auction
or at sale
markets will be btudiedand the private as I may be clin.'t.h.'C1.'hcn shipping! elsewhere! the condition
oranges, M nt to which ever point of the various
j promises to the best
Philadelphia( Chicago. pay prices. These will he a>eertaine l by daily reports from no ton, New York,

All I fruits for Western markets will l he started= to Chicago and diverted
promises i letter .price by my representative there while in transit, to which ever of the other \restcnllnts

All shortages" after the fruit reaches. Jacksonville, will IKJ guaranteed; by me.
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Shipl>cr* wishes as to dttiiuition of fruit will always be: complied with.
Stencils furnished" free of chargj, but thipJle having
"New York." | ono bearing my name: and stencil number, can UM; that part of the stencil, but not the part reading


solid carloads 11an arrangement only lHing made with up the'for railroad Wos-tern and joints transportation giving my companies slippers! | the all benefit fruit 1 caring of the. my carload name ntte.will come to Jacksonville, and H'nt to the ln>t market from here, ...

On receipt' of the orange here and on the t saute day a check for from 75
cents to
$1.00 box
by th quality of the fniit, and the notiditions! of the various markets. draft > will .go; to each when, the amount of the neh.uuhcing l determined
draft to the bill of Ittelin shippers prefer I a can Its, drawn on me the fruit is shipped! for 7" t
accomiKtny On.. ny-cipt of the oranges and after examination ) cents per lax, the
right to modify this matter of advmicvp, on giving; five cIa)'!;' notice. showing the Ktmetol he of fair quality: I agree to I pity the Kinie. I rcH.'no the

Believing, that it l"Jot! fniit hhipiMTs! too much at present to market their
fixed this \ crop and feeling, that a fair proflt 'for me can l he made at lower
at six per cent. to'cr all 1 charges: except freight and cartage which shall l ho actual. .\ a rate of commission, I have !
of
saving over HO,000 '
growers of Florida.A yearly can thus )be made to the orange .

most important reform I pn woe to carry out, I call
your particular attention to The value of
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markets is worth to each hipH.'r and much a shipper's brand. .\ name once favorably established in all
our
| grower a.s-! as a good reputation.' Uj to the
injustice to .ou. Therefore, let ) prc."t'nt.on are only known to our buvers! by a stencil number which is
} :I"hippl'r his an
every | put own name on the ends of the boxy, and this with the stencil
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number win
bu'cI'M pure aufoIC the fruit, enehling t:da orange glower to establish! his name and a reputntion for his appear on the catalogue from which our
1m :arks his! fruit nncl'l'II fnlit-whirla once n'OmI'1i8hl' I, will Mean higher tilts for him
providing I, can fully and H'wll'I only n J good ftmlit) ) As 1\ 1'mint.! moan, dt&ilin largely with anal re ,
) have I wp hthliihecl! a Jool, name fur their brand, U.4 to make it Iposaihle for Spain California, man) shitpcrs' from which
seeing the fntiL I firr111y. believe! that the Florida orange ,:rowcrH' inh'n t-l.. have been seriousl me very' often to sell in to the hu.erH. 011 the well known merits oC the, brand without

stencil nurnhor-wlaic.h iH! l..ly. fora": tton. ThiJ'j 1 J propOSH to correct in the future, a. stated aoo.e.} prejudiced the pm..t by timpJ:! knowing a Ulall and his: fruit by his

For etencils, shipping' ; dutail bknks and all further information, please call, when in Jacksonville or address

E. L. GOODSELL

94 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla., Transportation Block. P. 0. Box, 49 t.

Branches at 30 Broad Street, Boston, Mass. Main Office 103 Park Place, Now York.

104 South Water Street, Chicago, III. 11 and 13 Dock Street Philadelphia, Pa

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THE BELlEVIEW MINING COMPANY'S GREETING.



To the Orange Growers and Market Gardener of Florida :


We produce the Trending Phosphate! of the world. It is the ch alK.'St.| It is the best. It is a quick, vigorous! fertilizer. It increases the crops!

Till: lua.I..a.IIIIXlsn: : : COIIANY OFFKK
TIIKIU IIITUNT
itNi1iIt111'NII' son- IIOSPIIATI:.

Analysis by eminont chemists show that it contains over r>0 (per cent. of bone phosphate of lime that is available at once in soil J

cent. become gradually available. }Experts: I>> certify to its having a value as plant food, green as it comes from the mine, of over f:25: water ton, the balance, 20 to,30 I per

mercial acidulated fertilizer, and no danger in its use. The analysis, of our Soft i per as compared with com
Phosphate, as given by Serge Malyvan, of Ocala, U as follows :

Insoluble Silicate and Sand .... ... .. .. .. .. .18."t Phosphoric Add .......... ..... .. .
27.63 I Oxide of Iron .. .. ... ...... ... .
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Carbonate Lime .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4.yblliqur.letrttollonePhophatelime..6o I I .. .74 | Magnesia and Soda ......... ... ....
| Aluminum .. . .. .. .
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1o .. .. ..... .. ... 2.07 | Moulure.... . ........ ... ..."........ 6,3 6.$9
lie says your Soft Phosphate, referring to the Belleview Soft Phosphate, will IK soluble
by gradual
steep, under influence of
fcctly burnt and ,pulverized in line jMW'der. rain water, provided is per

Serge )11t van says that after anal y'xolll: wimples of Soft Phosphate from different mine throughout the State
tained in an area of about six miles at and around IJellevieu that the only soluble Soft Phoriphnto is con

The Bclltview Soft Phosphate' in t*|ccially good for i peach, |ear and orange trees, snipe vines and strawberries aria for
cotton and
The analvtiis of Soft corn it ha<
our PhoKphatu KIO\VS| that element it contains is no equal.
every
essential
absolutely
as plant food and
of buying plant food at Mp little cot, \pier. ton. every intelligent man will seethe importance

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More About Soft I,"o-Ihath-. cotton over the cotton seed, while it gave four from the :teen rows that had oft phosphate on
times 1t1 over the name land without any it as I did from the nest thirty row. The my experiment, and your phosphate has advanced -
The fallowing in regard to soft l>ho* lNte is futilb r. Rev. T. W Moore, of Leesburg looked did not dry up any 'for want of rain as the rest corn of in their estimation.Very .
taken rot n the Gainen-ille Sin: at thin crop while in full fruitage and he Raid that the crop did. I am well pleated and will it truly yours,
That soft pho hate I 11 fa..1' 1 Its 11-...it fader *i that time that the cotton fertilized by this soft this )"nron all my crops." use KBV. I'. R. HOLMANTlLLMAX
with the fruit and .t'JCt'tahk 1fU"t'i'tI time \is no phosphate had three time more fruit on it than _
sort of d.ubl. Those who hare guest it a te t unary that fertilizers with cot'on seed. Thinking this IlKEVARD Co., I'LA.
| estimate may have been a little high I it.. Oct. 7, 1891.
"+ litatingty speak of it in themot amtltihrent I' put
terms.: Mr. George Saxon, writmg' from above but I am frre to admit that be is a better CEDAR KEYS, FLA., Dec. ai, 1892 Cn. SMITH, President Belleriew PhotphateCo.
judge of such matter than I am." C. D. Smith, President Delleview Mining Cora- Jacksonville. Florida: *
Tjilahasaee.says I J. T Smith from DEAR Six-Myself and
writing Levy ': "I pang: ne'ghbors: think there
The soft phosphate referred to in the granulatedarticle put soft phosphate on sixteen row 01'com last DEAR is nothing made that will compare with
511"our. of the
containing the elements of ground: hOMe t spring about fouracrr fidd of com,on about 17th received. It gives Delleview Soft Phosphate! for young or old
an I me pleasure to orange
tate that I have
and per cent phosphate of lime (bone phonphateTcrude a'.t> of the land. I broadcasted' the I the Delleview used nothing but trees. Combined with potash 'it i I.also good for
) as it comps front the mine. This- I ofl phosphate o< sott phosphate' was put ut)on cotton last year' welt at about two tons per aCte. Then I har up past year and I have been more than satisfied plant I ever saw, using Soft phosphate
alongsideftf cotton weed a. ferti'.ier' .. and the re- I rowed this in. I did not measure the yield with the results. The trees are looking as well It will make orange trees fruit heavily free.
suit wu fully, or more than double in yield of j in my cart as I gathered it. I got as much corn only as pensive they have fertilisers.ever looked-Many een persons when have I used heard ex of the fruit. Respectful ;,

C. W, ID! B*,
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 Belleviexr, Florida :

bur tot. Uticlilocl, Iri. 13vallc, .
l'oi'. tori n..lec.l.: Iii I3vailc* 8..I'J.OO

1'.ua 01IJurl'. Ground: n t c1 8001':0, X7.00 IeS.QQ

Put up in :00-pound wicks. Orders tor less than ton 50
one
cents per ton extra. Terms, cash with order. Send orders, and apply for further
testimonials, freights, etc., to particulars,,


t, E E. B. SMITH President and general j agagerp Jacksonville, Fla.




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