Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00277
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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: April 15, 1893
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00277
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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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A B 1I S H r.0. .!) IGROWER






2.00 a Year. JACKSONVILLE. FLA., APRIL 15, 1893. ; Whole No. 13(11 NKAV. y,!SK1CIKSVol. rio 15.

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Petersburg, Va., CHICAGO

Manufacturers of Virginia Ventilated Fruit Carriers for Tomatoes,

Strawberries, Peaches and Other Truck. We respectfully solicit hhipments of Fine Fruit and assure our patrons prompt
and efficient service. Wo ask: all interested to write for information anti forward
ALL DELIVERED MADE UP READY FOR USE. Wo refer by permission to A. M. Ives Esq., Jacksonville, Fla.; National Shoe
and Leather Kink, New York; Commercial Loan Co., Chicago; the Volusia County
Send for Illii.trafc'
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w. A. HOURS. iSTAHMSIIii: : > 1A=b. J. D. HOURS.


Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
Especially adapted to Florida and tub-tropical section. l.a&rl.t stock and ((2rcatr Variety ,
in the South. Two hundred and fifty acres in Fruit Nursery; one acre under lass, Fruit Orna
mental and Nut Tree, Grapevines Palms, Rose. Shrubs, etc. llvrrytlilu: for the orchard and ::L tVEf4'I llA y S .l.'.. J "CJCSONVILL L,s J.l'LA.
garden. Catalogues ffee.
Address I'. J. BKRCKMANS. Fruitland Nursery, Augusta,Ga.
N. .-Weoffera fine lot of Camphor Tree and HIM! eun..y Ciuava, all pot grown. We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of
Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal
Hay, ,

FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE. Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.


An Ineori'orated Home Association of rang. fJ rower for marketinjr Florida Fruit to the Tijgert-Jllen Fertilizer Co. NITRATE SODA
lint lvantairv.-AUTIIimr/.KI> CAPITAL tUIIU:< )< ). ,
Jinx MATKU1AL.The KxchaiiKC; 1 I" fully prewired 'to mtippty y boxes and pnpor on
order. Write for price list and term Star Brand Fertilizers, MURIATE OF POTASH,

-: O..ICEHS--. v
I. I\'B$.ON1'1 )1Jfr.I; anti 1'n.'II8. M. P. Tl'U.VUK, Secretary.
imiKCTOUS-.'. 1U Palrliunk, Alael u.t Cn.; K.: (i. Hill Iiradfon Co.; Dr.) E.1.: : Pratt Orange Tree and Vegetable KAINIT Etc
III1JAtN.n)Co.; John 0. IA"re. Ijike Co.; Hy Cnatcwf\} Orange Co.; 1 U. CJreenleaf. lluval Co.; ,
II. M. llaer Duval& ; A. Unul)'. Hrcvard Co.: .F. (j. Sampson!' Marlon Co.; O. V. lIa11).t"riaMatl FERTILIZER.
: Co.; John eo.l.Ilrj-ant' OsceolaCo.! ; II. IIlItchanf(IJ. Putnam Co.; )I. S. Moreman St.
Johns Co ; G. W.I.anm14tcr.'nluti aC.J.C. )'('Iot Mantles I Co. These Fertilizers have no superior in the market,and a trial will conduce.
AddremallcorrefiKindunce' to the Florida "Fruit Kxehunjre,Jacksonville, Fla. Stencils Send for Catalogue free.
with full l packing and snipping) instructions,furnished l on application. -- -----.- .

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NOW IS THE TIMETO your fruit in September! and October ami save all I IOHKOH; get the
highest prices while the market in bare of good l ripe fruit and apply your surplus)
cash to working anti fertilizing your trees before the blooming K'JIMHI. Trees and
PLANT (budwood! now on wile. I also have all other leading varieties of orange etc.
Write for facts and figures.

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The finest ornamental tree for Florida-an evergreen always beautiful with its fern-like
leaves which when turned by the breeze show the light silky luster of the under side of each loaf. ORIGINAL HEADQUARTERS
A strong grower in our sandy soil. It is Till: IU1ST tree for street or yard! planting making a
short time. I For rare as well.old Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Plants and Trees,
handsome in
a very o +
appearance !
Single tree by mall I....t paid, 3OfnU; 2 trrr. :w (.rut.: .\ trrr. Nl.OO; one 1 to Shrubbery. Vines, Palms, Ferns, Aquatics Pineapples, Bamboos,etc.
Stock safely shipped everywhere.
dawn M2.OO; 100 tree* by .sl'r. 12.O."
I Nurseries established 1883.Send .
H. G. HASTINGS & CO., INTERLACHEN, FLA.CIRCULARS s \.L k stamp for new and full catalogue which tells all about this subject.

>, p HEAHONEIl IJUOS., Oiicco, "Ia.
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SUNSET HILL NURSERIESContain Milwaukee Florida Dpaqge CD. '

a flit and description of the Choicest and Most Profitable 'varieties! ot the Citrus
Family, which we have selected from over one hundred different varieties grown and toted by us Selected strains of Cholc Varieties ol' Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty,
In our extensive experience of seventeen yearn We carry one of Budding.Wood for sale at all times f
Our stock is large and complete. PROMPT ATTENTION TO CORRKSPONDBNCK. '
The Largest Stocks of Citrus Trees in the United States. For Catalogue and I'rkc-UM,address

Seud r.rehwktt, Address R. W. P I E R C e. A. L. DUNCAN, Manager Dunedin, Fla.
und lin|,Lake Co.,na,






Spraying; 'for iim! 'cta and fungus (Uncases is one of the secrets of successful fruit growing.-Ddfwarc Farm and Home.



'a' THE EUllEli1\ !


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

It will kill the Rust Mites, which have mate) more than onl.-'halC the orange of the crop of 1892 ntst)'. It will improve the quality and appearanco of the oranges,
making the product of pine lands fully L'Clual to that of the Ix t hammock, without injury to its carrying q1ualtties. It will the Spider (Six Spotted Mites). It
will kill the loving Scale Insect. I It will destroy the Worm which attacks the fibrous J'Oj'G. rousing tlto root knot of the peach, blight of the pineapple, blight of the
and the 'foot rot of the orange.It .
will destroy! the fungus and lichen growth,giving the trees a healthy appearance. _
It will, as Ir.x1ine (Axline & Inrkl)", Cincinnati,) wiyp, return you ten dollars for every one that it will cost.
Spray when the trees are in bloom and repeat as often as once each month during the season. For root diseases ,saturate; the ground so as to wet the roots. Use
one quart to three pints in fifty gallons of water.
SPECIAL.-On the first of January, 1893 the price will be reduced from 30 to 20 cents per gallon for barrels and half barrels.

Spain (Outfits! : in Great Variety at Fljanufacturers5: : Ppiees.A .

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

. Correspondence Solicited. E. BEAN, Jacksonvile, Fla.



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

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

nature, it can be handled with perfect safety to the person, and applied to the trees at any stage of growth without

insecticide has been used by some of the largest orange growers in the State during the past two years, and ha

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, viz.: One gallon of solution to 50 gallons of water, as the

fumes from the Insecticide will kill the Rust Mite even if the solution should not happen to touch them. In using the

Insecticide at this strength it will save three or four sprayings through the season, thereby reducing the cost from one-

third to one-half.: This is an Advantage Possessed by no Other Preparation of Sulphur. If used in this manner it

will also kill the other insects that may be moving on the trees.

For Red Spider and Scale, use one gallon to fifty gallons of water. General directions for using sent on application.Price .

20c. Per Gallon, in barrels. If there is no agent in your vicinity, write for price. delivered.

Spraying Apparatus furnished to our customers at

& MILLER San Mateo and Citra Fla.





The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.

The attention of.blpper.lt directed to the Plant S. S.Line between nanna, Key West and Tampa, and South Florida Railway between Tampa aDd Sanford;8., F.It w. Ry between JacJuoD.ule,
OainesvilleTransportation. Bainbridge, Ili"er Junction and nnnah;Savannah and Charleston and OCean Steamship Line between Savannah, Philadelphia, Boston and New York and Merchants and Miners
Company between Savannah and BalUmore. The belt equipped, fastest and most prompt tines between all point,In Florida and all points North and Nortbw"t.
Receivers: and Shippers Will Profit by the Following: Uuparalleled Connections tXOUTII
JIOUXD. souTir no VXD.
Double dally fart freight service for all points west via Albany Jesup, Bainbridge and Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany, leap
Savannah. and Savannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville,Calla.
Daily fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to aU Eastern, Interior and ban and Live Oak.
Coast points,including New York,Boston Philadelphia,Baltimore, Washington and Providence. Pour ship a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company, sailing from New
Pour connections a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah York(New Pier 35. North River,)direct for Savannah Friday Saturday Monday and Wednesdav.
Fridays Saturdays Monday*and Wednesdays.Two The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston Jan.5.n,to ana a*,
connections a week for Baltimore,via Merchant and Miners' Transportation Company, Savannah direct making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains for all points
leaving Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. in Florida.
Connections for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company, leaving Savannah Jan. From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co.,leaving Philadelphia Jan.a, U,U,every tea days
j, ii, 19 and 36.Connections. from regular sailing day via New York to bavannah.
for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah From Baltimore via: Merchants and Miners'Transportation Co., every Tuesday and Friday,
Jan. 7. 17 ana 27th. making close connection with S.,F.&W. Ry.,for all points in Florida.
Sailing days for Steamships are subject change without notice.
The'.Florida Dispatch Line II the quickest and best freight route:front all points North, East and West to Florida. For full particulars, rates, stencils and shipping
receipts apply to any agents of the above lines, or toO
P. 01f ENS.Trade Manager, Savannah,Ga. F. It. PAI'V, Division. Freight Agent.8avannah, Oa. W. 31. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Passenger Agt.,Jacksonville, ales
F S. KNIOUT, Contracting Freight Agent,Jacksonville, Fla. J. STEPHENS, Contracting Agent Jacksonville, I"la.2i0 .


Florida Farmer i Fruit-Grower. .

]\\'IaF' eti :side of what is sent to the Fruit Exchange Mr. Neold's Orange Crusade. report the popularity of the plan as
is paid for by drafts with bills Kdltor Fanner and Fruit Grower. soon as convenient. This company

The Memorable Advice of General of lading attached. These drafts are "It is a greater wonder to me that may thus measure its strength and

Sanford. payable on demand and are cashedby 'this thing should require any argumentthan have ample time to perfect its working -
Editor Fanner and Fruit-Grower: the local banks (for a small com that men should become monks,"' machinery before the is
As to the packing question, in orderto mission. They are genuine trade says Major Campbell. It is a regular ready. crop
make safe
shipments especiallyto I documents, drawn against their value "stunner" to me that men like Mr. Respectfully submitted' the -
foreign ports, or to the nearer, when and when, as is often the case, theyare Campbell will advocate home sales, orange growers of ths State perplexed of

delay in delivery may be expected, drawn by producers themselves on home market, when the simplest prop Florida by'M.. P. NEELD.

nothing on earth can remedy our losses wholesale dealers, they would, if they osition in our semi civilized system is, April, '9J.'e .

but careful gathering, handling, selec- were time bills, fall within the highest if you have anything to sell take it to \\ publish Mr. Neeld's plan as an
tion of the fittest and careful .
packing.The order of bills as we shall see later on. market, place it under the nose and economic curiosity. If our friend
lamented General Sanford's items
in columns But, with comparatively (few exceptions eyes of the consumer.It could, by his eloquence and energy,
published your years ago, these bills are not cashed by is not a question of productionof which are very great, like Peter the
done in Italand the
on packing as the banks on the often questionable quantity or quality, but the first of Hermit, awaken men to the enthusiasm -
Mediterranean countries bea
ought to responsibility of their makers, but on all is transportation, next is distribu of the Crusades and lead out a
lesson sufficient this for
all Americans on subject He the strength: of an unconditional guar tion. A syndicate formed of the small army to perform all the clerical
concerning ours. antee of their payment by a bank in growers and owners, or one formedof and itinerant labor of this complicated
gave the processes through which the the city on which they are drawn. the middlemen must final.y handle scheme of distribution, it might havea
fruit was carried after gathering and
Clearly, so perishable a product as the orange crop. As soon as that fitful success. Or, to take a modern
the handling so carefully that even fruit affords no security whatever to a "balance of power" in the matter of comparison, if the Salvation Army
the cuticle fractured also
was not bank and so generally a bank guar transportation rates is obtained, the could be enlisted in this great work
keeping it on hand for nearly or quitea climax will be reached and the
antee of payment is required before syndicate and a band of earnest, zealous men
and and
month-packing unpacking cashing these drafts. There often is, will control us and our fruit. and women in every city in the Union

repacking, after assorting carefullyeach of course, opposition on the part of The Fruit Exchange may broadenits could be engaged to distribute the or
time until last
at only tu'e tty-erglrt the buyers to what some consider the policy and enlarge its facilities some anges of Florida-on the suppositionthat
per cent, was allowed /0It shipped exacting nature of ibis requirement, of these days, or else there may be these good souls could do busi
distances of either lemons
gnat or or- but the bank that dispensed with it an opposition concern. When the right ness with the necessary exactnessthe -
anges, while a part of the remainderwent would speedily regret it. A country policy is adopted (by a law of business solution of the problem might be
convenient markets and the
to bank in the height of the season will gravitation) the patronage will be uni- reached.

remainder Painter's defense was used of at Mr.home.Goodsell's Mr. handle each day possibly five or six of versal. I hand the editor herewith my But mankind is too cold and selfishin

these bills, representing as many cars plan: these days to make any such scheme
be sufficient for
case client to any man of fruit. The drafts will be drawn, it MR. NEELD'S IM.AN. possible. No such vast organizationcould
of and
common sense charity.
Half of that cargo was average all, and a little may be, on points so distant as in The State is to be divided into dis be held together on business

more, too, than Mr. Goodsell should Texas Missouri Nebraska, Oregon, tricts-perhaps into precincts. The principles for three weeks.
Ohio or Canada; and while, as stated, -e-- ---
have admitted for Liverpool fruit best suited to the market is to be
or any they are cashed for a commission Orange Trade of California.
reported and called for-to be
distant I advise that General pre.
port. :
they are practically equivalent to The "orange feverboth in the
Sanford's articles be read by all who pared under the supervision of some
from five to twelve-day loans. Sacramento and in
can avail themselves of them.S. one either found in the district or who upper Valley
W. CARSON. The activity of the entire populationof may be sent there. Cars are to be Southern California, having made
South Florida during the gathering loaded for Jacksonville, and there orange trees very high in price, hun
How Oranges are Paid For. and shipment of the orange crop, is ships or trains are loaded. Trainsare dreds of people began a few years agoto

At the January meeting of the Flor impressive ; and behind this small to drop their cars along the routeas propagate their own trees, and now

ida bankers in Jacksonville, J. C. army of pickers, sorters, sizers, wrap. called for. One boss agent in in the State of California alone there

Stapylton, president of the Lcesburg pers and packers, behind the procession each city, with as many subs as are are over 100 orange tree nurseries,
County State bank, read a paper of heavy wagons loaded to the needed, the boss to be under bonds, with over 400 acres devoted to the

which has been published in the straining point with orange boxes, and etc. This boss, with consent of gen business having in all about 3,575,000

American Banker and from which we wending their way along every country eral manager of Exchange:\ at Jackson. young trees, or sufficient to plant
clip the following : road to the railroad, behind the ville, makes the price. There are to 40,000 acres of orange groves. And
The manner in which the orange golden trains, whose golden freights be no auctions. This organization is and as all this vast number of trees

crop is now mostly paid for, is one bring back to us whatever measure of to advance soc per box on all fruit must find sale in California and

that has been made possible only by prosperity we enjoy-behind all these delivered to depot and billed to it. Arizona only, it would appear that

the establishment of country banks in things stand the country banks, directing There is to be a reserve fund of IOC the orange business is likely to "slopover
the orange districts. From the time with skilled and cautious hands per box-which amount makes an in ," on the Pacific Coast just as it did

when the institution to which the the fertilizing stream of credit of which surance fund, which is to be used in Florida a few years ago.-Florist's

orange industry owes its salvation (I they are the fountain head, carrying only in case of a freeze or other disaster Exchange.Owl.
mean the Florida Fruit Exchange) through with speed, accuracy and to the part of the crop pledgedto -- -- -

gave its death blow to the ruinous precision, the innumerable transac this organization, which remained: Said the
plan of reckless and indiscriminate tions incident to the complex conditions unsold. In case no disaster occurs r

consignments to commission houses of modern trade, guarding the the IOC per box reserved goes to the

without regard to their standing in people's savings, and last, but not least, parties from whom it was withheld.

the trade, from that time the fruit setting a public example of probitythat This company may divide its returnson i.

houses of means and reputation have like Ca sar's wife, should be the co-operative plan or not as to himself, "If the LT

been able to buy our fruit for spot above suspicion.In voted by members.It moon I could get,f--
speaking of the resources of the is argued that a lowering of whenever I'm dry _

cash.The development of this system of agricultural districts of South Florida, transportation of at least i $c. per box my throat The I could is ',' "_ -
has I omit mention of will be made better control of the wet; moon a .
paying for the orange crop provedto must not tne ship- a quarter-with quarr -
be of inestimable benefit to our ments of early vegetables-notably, market will give us 3Sc. per box :; : ': you can
growers, and for this some credit at beans, cabbage and tomatoes-all of more, while the better condition of : rgurchasc" five gallons
least should be given the country which serve to maintain a portion of the fruit will result in a much larger II'. oj' 1 ofi

banks which receive and disburse the our population. The recent discoveries consumption.It \ Hires'Root
money and whose labors, during the and development of deposits of a is hoped that many ship loads : /

height of the orange harvest, are very high grade of kaolin or China clay, will be sent to Europe-or to England, J t at Beer."
heavy. While many fruit houses promise to add much to the wealth ofa at least.

keep their regular agents steadily in section of the Lake Region of South The plan of this company may be :: A ,Delicious.Thlra.quenching Temperance *,

the field buying and attending to shipment Florida, and in the preservation and placed in circular form and sent to Good t1ealthUivlnff for any time Drink.of year
others again are content to wire distribution of this wealth the country each newspaper and postmaster in the -
their orders to local brokers. banks will have a prominent part to State, and the orange or lemon growers A asc.package make get Hiau 5 r Hoiu.. Be ware aDd

A large part.of the orange crop out- play. are to hold precinct meetings, and





and apd. advantage of thrift or location in one
Gfrove OITcll
tree over the other. Our Pacific coast
...... '''._"..''...,..."..,.'''...'.,.".,...".,...,..,..."..'".........'''".".'..'-........"...... neighbors understand the desirabilityof IRRIGATION OF GROVES

Pear Stooks. selecting grafts from trees that havea

Uditor Farmer and Fruit Grower: good record as fruiters, particularly

The most satisfactory pear trees I prolific trees being kept pruned for

have planted were some that I got this grafts by neighbors as much as the O G 1EN QMI

season, Kieffers of one year's growthon owner will allow. If our nurserymen C

two year-old LeConte roots. Some take pains to select their grafts 1

Bartlett Japan wilding roots, got at from such trees only as are good

the same time looked thrifty and clean, bearers they do not advertise the fact; -'f

but as to root did not seem much and as they do mention other desir- 1

different from LeConte. The objec. able points about their stock it is pre. .

tion to LeConte roots is that they are sumable that the only care is that the .,,
not handsome, there being but a few scions shall be cut from healthy and

rootlets. But though inferior in looksto thrifty trees. iN ,

French stock they are much better This way of growing one's own tree

fitted for the piney woods country i involves the knowing how to graft, J8AxFonn

than are any seedling stocks. The something that every grower of fruit

Japan wildings, grown from cuttings should know. There is no mystery

mostly, are just now in favor as a about grafting, nor any special skill Y .
stock with some of the far south required. What is necessary is to / ; ?

So far as limited ob the inner bark scionin
nurserymen. my place of stock and FLA., October 20thrl&C.!
servation goes the Japan wilding (I contact and leave them se they will TO ALL WHOM IIT MAY CONCERN:
Wo.tho undersigned,certify that wo were present at the Sanford Water Works, In Ban-
have seen but this one lot), does not remain in contact, and to do this when ford, Florida,on Friday, October 28th, I l&tt: to witness a test of the continuous cement pit| "-*
make a ranker growth of tree than the the stock is bursting into spring made by J. 1) Magruder. Wo there saw" a section of tho i'h'-o,about twenty inches in length,
subjected I,at two different times to a water pressure of 115 pounds to tho square inch,and it
LeConte. growth, and the scion yet dormant in stood both tests without leaking at all.
the best stock for the winter Mr. Majrrudcr wished the pressure, increased sufficient to burst tho pipe, but Mr. 0.
Really p.ar its rest. Jones, tho superintendent of tho Water Works, refused to put on more than 115 pounds for
piney woods country is, in my opinion It is not merely the making of pear fear of InJuring tho city mains. .
C.JON KM: Chief Engineer Sanford Waterworks.
the old China Sand, the parent of trees that should induce the fruit J.J. HAUIUS Mayor.J.
the LeConte and presumably the to learn to graft. He needsit K.: PACK:, Merchant and Farmer "
grower A.C. AltTI N. (Irocer.J. s
grandparent of the Kiefler and the in his business all along the line. A. KILLKIIUKW.Marsnal.JOHN : : ( .
Idaho. Not all nurserymen carry the With grafting he can quickly test the A. M.TI1it 1)01)1),11uihIer.t 11l lit Attorney. .
China Sand in stock, and none, as far new fruits as advertisers bring them (lEo,1t.vE1tNAL1): Hani ware and Irrigating 1'1ants.
K. II. \'()UN.H (Liveryman: ,
as I know, use it as a stock for graft. out, finding now and then a grain of JI. MEAU YB ADAMS,Justice of tho Peace.iUxroiiD

ing. Probably the reason it is not wheat in the bushel of chaff. With TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : FLA., October'29th,leg C.

used as a stock for grafting is that its grafting he can put slow growing vines We, tho undersigned hereby certify that on or about the 27th day of September,A. D.,
and down mak 18ftJ,,wo saw J. II. Magrudcr make a continuous cement pipe, about thirty feet In length,
roots start right out like the Delaware on fast growingroots with his pipe machine; that said pipe{ was made out of cement,sand and water, that a section
ing it difficult to get presentable roots like the Concord to the great of said I', about twenty Inches in length, was sawed off, and was tho same section of pipe
that was rl'tec1at the Sanfonl Water Works on Friday, October $tb, !II'J"' :.
when the tree is taken up. But it cer saving of time and money. Besides F. W. KINO II. C. LIND8LKY, 1-:. HENDERSON
tainly sends the tree grafted on it there is lots of entertainment in it. U. K.I1KUKY, JOHN PIEHSON, K.: II YOUNU8.
LAKE HELE: FLA., I>ee. 23nl.
right along. A neighbor of mine, Jut PIERCE. BEAR SIR: Tho system of cement 1)lplnlllald In my grovo about two months ago so far .
is a grand success for conducting water Our main and lateral pipes are three inches,and
Paxton of Hill who Hill, Mobile Ala.
Captain Cottage Spring .. ., county with a new duplex pump 611),,". Wo have been putting from 173 to 2UU gallons of water into
has raised his own trees, grafting themon --n* the *rrovo per minute. lam so well I pleased I that had I other groves to irrigate I certainly
The editor of the Braidentown Jour. would( use the cement piping. Yours Truly
China Sand has
yearling cuttings, ". U. HUUST.
the finest trees of their that I have nal took a drive through the great 'tnUnuoul cement pipe can IK mado to stand CO or 75 pounds water pressure to tho
age Palmetto Hammocks lying betweenthe square Inch very cheap Can: be made to stand UK) rounds preMuro far below tho cost of
iron I pipe. Will not corrode nor rust,and will last forever. It Is the best pipe for watering
seen.Now China Manatee river and Terra Ceia bay trees with hose, for eub-irriga tlon, for draining lands,and is made t porous for garden use.
as pear trees grown on I It Is the t heft and cneapest pipe in the world. This wonderful little machine will make and
Sand stock are not to be had of and forming a tract of about 24 square lay J l.OUO feet i'cr day-without Joints-so hand that roots cannot benctrate it. Tho machine
miles of very rich country. The as lays it as Cast as it makl'8lt.0 experience is necessary to operate{ the machine, and it..Is.
nurserymen, and as, if they were, the warranted not to make an inch or\imperfect pipe in ten miles when pipe can bo made.
few and long roots make sessor has found 1,346 acres in crops, low as one ct:nt l vcr foot-and we know irrigation in Florida is necessary-why should orange
very very and the last growifni\ and gardncrs do without It?
these trees difficult to move, I have crops year were 168,250 Full directions for mixing material sent with each'machine.
proposed this plan to myself for future crates of vegetables and the greater Tho right and machines to make your own pipe for Florida can be bought of

pear tree planting: part of the 75,000 boxes of oranges J. B. MAGRUDER, SANFORD, FLA.

Take of China Sand of which were shipped from Manatee ._ ,
prunings -- ----- --- -
county. He visited thirty' or forty
the previous season's growth, not
later than February 1st; cut them into farms, but we have room for only one POTASH SAL/F

lengths of eight to twelve inches and paragraph: On the opposite side the
Are necessary to produce large crops of good quality.
tying them in bundles bury them in pretty cottage of Mr. G. N. Brown is

dry, cool ground ; about March ist surrounded by red rose bushes, a field High and Low Grade Sulphate of Potash, Muriate of Potash and Kalnlt.

stick them in rows, perpendicular, and of watermelons that would supply For Information and Paitlculan, address .

about six inches apart in the row; Manatee county is just over the fence, GERMAN KALI WORKS,
give field cultivation through the sum. and back of that the finest field of to. tf.7-00 V'r n"U fitrrrt, JVVir J'orfc X. I".

mer and during the winter transplantto matoes that we saw, is evidence of the -- .- -... ,-
and efforts of Mr. Brown.
the orchard, taking care to get as energy
much as may be of the long roots This gentleman has drained a big muck BEACH & VALENTINE

moved with the young tree. The pond on his property and to do it cuta ,

grafting can be done in the March ditch in some places as much as .*,.

following, if the tree has made a eleven feet in depth through limestone.The IMPORTERS OF NEW AND CHOICE

thrifty start, or may be postponed fora bottom of this pond, now dry, in

year; but in any event it is to be the sun resembled more than any other
done when the stock has started in thing a pile of barnyard manure, so Pineapple Plants from the West Indies

growth for the season. rich was the deposit; and in a pile of

There is not merely the advantageof limestone and muck thrown up from

getting a most vigorous stock by the digging of the ditch we saw a tomato Correspondence solicited.

doing the work oneself. There is the plant, one of whose many run.

further advantage of knowing that the ners was eight feet in length and full

graft that is placed on the stock is of fruit, while its neighbor, a cabbage MELBOURNE, FLA.
stalk, had supplied one cabbage and
from a tree of good bearing habit. -
now showed five well formed other
This is most important. There is a

wide difference in the bearing habitof ones. PRAY YOUBTREES.$| !llJaS5.50$

trees of the same variety, some Or you JF arc all YOUR worn HACK out really ACHES good:Jot nothing MAKES 3 COMPLETE BRASS M&cnl zs. WILL SPRAY 10 ACRES PER DAY.
Bartlett trees, for instance, having It is general debility. Try AUTOMATIC Muta for"':.. !Jett.CtuajtL and EatUst( w*'n,5pra Pump mad*. Xa.
BKOirX'S IltOX JI1TTEUS. doned by the lading Entomologists of the V.8. A "Glwlbllrd Book (wort* $SJ6)**Outneatt11'gfnatoackqurckaur.
larger, fairer fruit and more of it than < SATISFACTION GUA&AXTEXD Moii IT mrtrvnxn.OTtrOOjQOOiauM. .
It will cure you cleanse your liver, and giro ( ) ItotttrmtrtwlhatitftmrV tnt MAfittiibftlftaltpT"i. 1114
others, though there is apparently no s cw<1appeWe. cU







Irrigation in Australia and Florida. Improvements in Persimmons.The from by the railroads since; and theseare tant day to be a back number. I

Hditor Fanner and Fruit Grower: suggestion of Judge Miller, for fully one-third less than those don't want to make any mistake and

I note the answer from Mr. James the improvement of our common wild roads were using in the fall of J 888.If pet something on my hands that is go

Molt in your last issue, to my short persimmon (Diosfyros Wrginiana) is there is any honest man who ing down-have had too much of that

letter of February; 8th, on the subjectof undoubtedly a strike out in the right reads this article, and who desires to already. If I had had a guardian

irrigation in Australia, and I would direction. Through the past twenty I investigate this matter, let him write to when I came to Florida, I could have

ask leave to add a few explanatorywords years I have been making a careful I Hon. P. P. Bishop, or Charles W. been rich long ago.Ve have three

to my former statement, whichI study of this much-neglected fruit, White, of Citra, or any other "large or varieties, the common sour, bitter-
feel was rather wanting in detail.I under most favorable circumstances, small grower of%the same place, or rind ; a large sweet bitter-rind, and
never intended to say that irriga and the result has fully convinced me any intelligent! orange grower at Lees. the hybrid sweet rind. Which ? An
tion is a necessity in Florida, but that by judicious selection and proper burg.As. swer in FARMER AND FRUITGROWER.
merely wished to point out the great culture it might be made a fruit of an mstznce of the reduction "HAPPY co LUCKY."

benefits derived from it in a country great importance, especially in the through the Commission, in October, There is practically only one variety

possessing great similarities in soil and southern portions of our country. It 1888, the rate on a box of oranges from yet known to the market, and that is

climate. attains its greatest perfection as a wild Leesburg to Jacksonville, Callahan or the old fashioned, ,sour, bitter rind va
When Mr. Molt tells your readers growth in the States bordering on the Gainesville, (these being basing points) riety. The improved varieties haveno

that it never rains in Australia, is he Gulf of Mexico, where I have been fixed by the railroads, was 30 cents a commercial standing, because thereare

serious or was he aware that his state. studying and conducting my experi box. The Railroad Commission compelled not enough of them shipped, if any,
ment to that effect would appear in ments. I have here found in the the companies to reduce the rate to make any impression. Our own

your paper dated April ist? Surelyhe woods persimmon trees bearing fruit I to 17 cents a box, and it has continuedat opinion-given merely as an opinion
must be aware that there are great more than an inch and a half in diam- that rate ever since. There is a for what it may be worth-is that the

rivers in Australia, to say nothing of eter, firm enough to admit of ship saving of 13 cents a box, and old-fashioned pomelo will always be .

the luxuriant vegetation and abundant ping almost any distance, and of an on 200,000 boxes a season it in demand. People eat the pomeloas
animal life. How can he reconcile excellent flavor. All persimmonshere :amounts to $26,000, from Leesburgand a breakfast relish for its acidity{ and

these facts with an assertion that it ripen before frost, but they vary its vicinity alone. On the whole its tonic quality-putting on plenty of

never rains there ? I have just re widely in time of ripening, the fruit of annual crop of Leesburg, Ocala and sugar, however-and the sweet pomclc*

ceived accounts of great floods .in some trees ripening about the first of Orange Lake, and intermediate points, has no character any more than a

Queensland, the driest by far of all August, that of others later, and so the saving per annum to the growersof sweet lemon has. It is a very agree.
the colonies. keeping up the succession till Decem oranges alone cannot be.less than able fruit to eat, no doubt, but it is not

TheIildura orange colony was ber. There is never any of that as- $150,000.It medicine. There is no telling, however

bought in the first instance by a company tringency in the ripe fruit here, as J is true that the rate on oranges what the vagaries of fashion may
who erected irrigation plantson mentioned by Judge Miller.[ Alreadyour has not been raised since the repeal of devise. The one fact you want to

the banks of the river which runs people are making considerableuse the Railroad Commission law. But keep fixed in your mind is that, if you
through it. They cut ditches and sold of it as a table dessert, eaten with this simply shows that the railroads are raise pomelos which are of a pale lem

the land in lots to the present growers. cream on the plan of "strawbeuies content with the rate fixed by the on yellow, superlatively bright and
The company supplies the water when and cream." The seeds are removed Commission and were wrong in tryingto speckless, they will sell for good

required, to all the groves at fixed and a very little sugar added to im extort a higher rate. But the pro- money, no matter what the variety.

rates; that is to say, they flood the part a sugar flavor. It is certainly a ducer has no assurance that the very ---- r....
ditches from the river. This of most delicious dish, and one con next season I the old rate will not be The' Paine Fertilizer Co's office at
sidered entirely wholesome. Than restored and millions unjustly extorted Jacksonville, at the suggestion of their
course, saves each individual the ex- New York office and their New York
the persimmon no tree rafts with from the producers.The .
pense of having separate machines, agents, will inaugurate a system of cut
whilst the company make fair intereston greater facility, hence it is an easy reports of the F. C. & P. R. rates on all agricultural chemicals after
their capital invested. This plan matter to get the best varieties as R. made to the Commission from 1887to December 15th. This will be purely an
found in the wild state. Of late, con 1891 show whether the Commissionwas experiment. You had better take advantage
could be in Florida wherea
practiced ,
of it whilo it lasts. See ad.
siderable interest in the matter has a failure. Those sworn reports on
number of are situated on or 201..
groves been shown by our people, and many show that the railroad received from page
of and
near large body water
any have been each the .....,....
could no doubt be managed in such a trees grafted. Some have passenger following rate per 'M" '
established groves of more or less ex. mile: WORTH A GUINEA: A BOX.
way that both the company owningthe the fruit /NNNVWWBlind. > ....'
plant and the owners would tent, intending to use as a 1887-8 2.871 cents.
grove feed for hogs to which it is eminently 1888-9 . .2.464< cents.
derive advantage from it. .
adapted. There is another American 1889-90 . 1.3777 cents.
With Mott's They are blind who will
regard to Mr. assump persimmon growing wild in western 1890-91 . 1.3232 cents. not box of
try a
tion that the of the of .
cause dropping and Mexico So that the of
Texas on through that according to reports
the oranges last year was due to the one does not hear of in the public the F. C. & P. R. R. pn the system BEECHAM'SPILLS'
frost and not to the drouth, I must
prints, but which, in my opinion, is containing more mileage than any
differ from him for two reasons, in of attention other the mile in
highly deserving at the average rate per
spite of his experience, which I admitis hands of pomologists. It is the D. 1891 was about one-half what it was .

far greater as regards Florida than Tfxana: of botanists, and where indigenous in 1887 -the year the Commission Lf forthedisordete' hichgrowoutolJmpalred lle.; !

mine. ] is popularly known as the went into effect. tlon. F.r" Weak
Firstly, the grove next to that Mexican persimmon. The fruit when During the existence ot the Railroad 4tomaekCoa..tlp. .tUn'!' ;
Disordered Liver Nick Headache,
owned by my brother and m.selfkept ripe is jet black and entirely smooth, Commission the rates on oranges, pre- or nay. Bilious and Xervoutnllmcaf*,] ',
a full crop of fruit though equally ex never showing the wrinkled appear- : scribed and enforced by it, had saved they take the place of an entire mtdicino

posed to frost, owing, I firmly believe, ance on the surface as often exhibitedby the growers, according to the estimateof chett
to the fact that it was cultivated earlier fruit of D. Virginiana, and inclinesto the Commission itself, $462,000; Of all druggists.{ Price 25 cents a box.
New York Depot,36 Canal!St. 31
than ours, and consequently with- cluster, presenting much the gen. according to the estimate of the Fruit
stood the drouth better. of the of the .- --
eral appearance crape myrtle Exchange, $500,000; according to
Secondly, a grove which I own at our southern yards and lawns, writesJ. estimate of Major( Conant, general Nerve Blood
Runnymede, near here, held all the P. Ste11e of Mobile in American manager of the Florida Southern rail- r'

fruit that so young a grove could Gardening. road, $440,000. A large amount, not Tonic builderS .
hold, and it is situated on much lower i S4 less than $125,000, was saved the
Tho Florida Railroad Commission.An .
land than that from which the fruit vegetable shippers.
able letter in the Floridian S
dropped. One would that
this suppose gives among other facts the follow What Variety of Pomelo?
grove would have been more
susceptible to frost, from its low situation ing: Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower :
It is not true, and never was true, I am preparing land to set in grapefruit
\t but I that this fact 1 Mne for
argue very
that the late railroad commission but do know what is
wasa not variety dsscrlpt I'e
enabled it to hold its fruit owing to .
the failure. On the contrary, while it best, and I write to ask your opinion. p&mJ1blH.Dr.
propinquity of the roots to the S
water. was costing the State not over $15,000per I had an idea that the common sour, WILLIAJIS
annum it saved the orange bitter-rind variety had formed the PIEDICIK CO.,
Neither Mr. Mott nor myself can growers along the lines of the Florida present demand for grape fruit, and per box. Schenectady, N.Y.
absolutely affirm that are o for 'i.30..
our opinions Central & Peninsular and Florida reasoned that if it had created a de &DdBrockYlllcOnUT
correct, but we both from whatwe
judge Southern railroads, during the season mand it would still hold its own. But
have actually seen and draw different EVAPORATORTHE
conclusions. of 188-'89, more than $100,000, and some tell me that the sweet variety is F R U I I

C. S. BUTLER. the rates then put in force by the now being more largely sought, and The fltaadard ZIMMERMAN, 3laebawDI4.

Nareootsee Fla. commission have not been" departed that the bitter-rind bids fair at no dis THE.,BLTMYblt1EoiWet3Kcri1tlaetaaWa.:




ALEX. LITTLE, I'reildrnt. LOCKHAKT LITTLE, Secretary and Treasurer








Special Invitation Extended to All to Visit Our Factory. PROMPT SHIPMENTS. GREAT CARE AND ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.


gRRMERD'1RtCIER! graph by one of our dealers, the buyer in fact, the most of my potatoes were I'I Select your rice ground and

.....,..,. expecting to receive crates of the stan grown; on new ground without any fertilizer keep it free of grass by often plowingtill
Notes. dard size, which is 12 A 20 x 36 inches, whatever. In relation to the planting time. Moist land needsto
. Strawberry but which, upon arrival, was found to Yellow Nansemond I will say, that my : be thrown into beds before plant
Strong complaints come down from have been packed in crates whose experience with it was not altogether I,, ing and the rows put on the beds.
the North this year as to the conditionand heads had been cut down a half inchin satisfactory. It sets an enormous number i l Dry land needs no beds. Whetheron

quality of Florida berries-sour, width and over two inches in of tubers, but they do not attain beds or level land plant in very
soft and sandy. The growers have length, making the crate about sixteen sufficient size. narrow drills, and avoid too much
had a hard time of it and the northern per cent. short of the standard For the main planting it is best to seed. A teaspoonful for every four

people should be a little lenient this depend on vines, as they produce a, feet is plenty, and if it comes welt will
time. The long-continued, tremendous size.The practice of cutting down the heavier crop than can be obtained need thinning at that.
the sand
rains in March
splashed the mulch size of packages is as dishonest as from slips. I would plant only enoughof Put rows 3 5 to 4 feet apart. Plant
up over them even through packing poor and unsalable stuff in the latter to make sure of having a the crop any time after the isth of
ing. For many days from 25 to 50 the bottom or middle of the box, and sufficient quantity of vines.In May up to loth of June when there is
per cent of the berries were more or the natural result is dissatisfaction: regard to fertilizers I will say, a good season in the ground.

less rotten. After these were culled disgust, a refusal to accept the goods hat I have had no experience with Where moisture is permanent, June
then the
out with great labor, re unless they happen to meet a bare plain potash, but what little fertilizer 1st is about the proper time for
had be washedin
mainder sometimes to market, a refusal to make further I[ used, that which contained the most planting. Don't forget to plant in
the effort to free them partly when from purchases and a lower scale of prices. potash gave the best results. I am clean land unless you employ new
sand. Some them
dry Inclined think that either muriate
The shipper of the irregular packagesis to ground.
with soft feather dusters; some agitated not as well off in the long run as or sulphate of potash would be prefer- When the crop is up and in need of

them gently on mosquito netting. one who furnishes good, honest able to any other fertilizer. the plow take a sweep and run the
But with the clear, sunny days of 1 have had close the little
measure.A never any experience wing so to plants as to
April the fruit came forward with a cut in the size of packages may with early shipments to Northern mare wrap up nearly all the little grass
rush. The berries grew out of the deceive some buyers at first, or sell kets. All of my potatoes were allowedto which may be showing itself. A cul

sand, throwing it off as they swelled for a good price when stuff is scarce, remain in the ground as late as (possible i tivator will do equally well. Let your
and coming out clean and glossy. i but as soon as goods become more in the fall, and then dug and hoe alone if other work presses.
Growers who had been gathering a plenty, the short measure stock has to banked, leaving the banks well venti When a second working is neededuse

bushel or two at a time, within a week. take a back seat, and the honest pack.er lated until freezing weather set in. Asa a small twister, run it very shallow
picked seven, eight, ten bushels. Monday reaps the reward of his integrity, general thing, I did not commence and make such a ridge to the rows as
one grower at Lawtey gathered not only in making quicker sales, but making shipments until March, and to give the grass a second wrappingup.
eighteen bushels from three acres. in realizing much better prices. from then on until May{ i t. I thinkif Then, if there is leisure for hoe.
During this rainy spell the weatherat E. T. HOLLISTER. I were to plant again I should follow ing, do it; if not, let the little remaining .
the North was correspondingly l bad, St. Louis, :Mo. the same method. grass alone.
and this, with the poor condition of THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER G. L. TAUER. When the heads are ripe half their
the fruit, operated to keep prices Glen St. Marys! Fla. the which will
keeps a list of dishonest commissionmen length, cut crop, givea
down. But in the first few days of
rapidly advanced. for the benefit of its patrons, and Conch PCBS and Rico. good hay as well as the grain.
The benefits, as I see the matter, of
Growers who do not read the papers on the other hand, it has a list of growers Editor Partner and Fruit Grower: planting rice late in North Florida are

and who had become .discouraged by who attempt any such cheap and EVER-HEARING CONCH PEA. these : The land kept clean as directed
readers not
are ac
the March prices, sold their berries at vulgar cheatery as the above-also quainted Possibly with some this pea. In Lake City above, leaves little grass seed to
the low One local
depot at a figure.
for the benefit of its patrons. I have tried it-it is excellent.It come up and so the tillage is a trifle.
dealer who had with the
kept pace
The late the
planting gives growingcrop
--i-- is an early as well as a late bearer
march of events and who foresaw
the benefit of the
old landit wet season to
Sweet Potato Oulturo.Itditoc" yields abundantly.
demand, on less than twenty crates
in. Cool weatherfavorablealike
Farmer and Fruit Grower: grew well for me and many plantswere perfect
cleared enough to pay for a fine horse
and Replying to yours of 3d instant will in bloom till frost. As a table to the grain and the laborerison
is generally remarked by the say, for the last four or five years I pea I know no superior to it. It before the harvesting begins. And ricebirds

growers that the Clouds did better have not planted any sweet potatoes, may not spread so much as the late lastly, my observation is that
the weather than as I have had all I wanted to attendto bearing conch as the latter has nothing have reared their young and gone
during very rainy from North Florida before late rice is
the Noonans; yielded more and without them. Previous to that else to do but grow till it fruits

sounder fruit. But this does not time, however, I raised a good many near frost. Besides, I do not remem cut.Now
necessarily condemn the latter. It for several years in succession, my ber seeing any worms in the green or as I have actually employedthe

has been cultivated in the State much crop for two of these years, at least, ripening pods. mended plan with here confidence.suggested, it is recom.

longer than the Cloud and has, with being over 1,000 bushels.In RICE CULTURE.A .
most growers, become debilitated by relation to the best variety I will few words to small farmers on this How many will try it this year and
say that I had the best results fromthe subject. Be not afraid of having land report their success?
Early Golden. I introduced this too rich, though thin land will yield W. M. DAVIS.
A Out in Cabbage Orates. variety into Florida from the North, something of a crop. Unless there is Lake City .

Miter Partner and Fruit Grower and it is the kind that is most generally constant moisture success will not be For Malaria,Liver Trou-

A few days ago there appeared on l planted in this section. In ordina. attained in a rice crop, though the ble or Indigestion use
our streets a car: load of Florida cab ry seasons it produces a heavy crop I plants will endure some drouth when ,

bage that had been bought by tel e-... even on poor soil, without fertilizer young, BROWN'S IRON BITTERSII


Live ptocl\ Veterinary Surgeon, made in 1889, Corn Pone. Preventing Cholera.Sir .
\. gives an elaborate account of this disease Mix[ one quart of corn meal with Spencer Wells writes in the cur-
but we are concerned only with cold water into a soft dough, addinga rent number of the "Forum" on the
The Horn Fly. the practical part of it. Tnis is the teaspoonful of salt and a little problem. "How to Prevent the Coming
The season is at hand when this fact that fresh, strong lime is one of melted lard. Shape with the hands of Cholera." He says : "The
troublesome pest begins its attacks on the best disinfectants against it, as it into oval cakes and bake in a well- lessons which the cholera of 189
cattle to an injur.ous extent, thoughit will destroy the bacteria almost as greased pan in a very hot oven.Scandinavian should teach every one are that a sup.
has been present more or less all quickly as corrosive sublimate and is t. ply of pure drinking water must bo
winter. The: name is rather a mis not a poison to man. If the animalsare Broad. obtained; when this is impossible, impure -
nomer, as the fly is seen principally on confined in a pen it should be Sift together half a pint each of water must be boiled, and
the neck, shoulders and back. The dusted freely with lime at least oncea wheat and Graham flour, one pint of when any one dies the body must be
Florida station bulletin describes it as month. The animals should be barley meal, two teaspoonfuls of cremated, not. buried in the earth."
about a quarter of an inch long and a changed to a fresh, clean pen two or Price's Cream Baking Powder and a Sir Spencer holds that it is
little lighter colored than the common three times a year and the old one teaspoonful of salt ; make into a batter hopelessness to think a bolishing
house fly. When examined under a plowed or spaded up and a crop grownin with one pint of milk and bake ina cholera if its bacilli are pre
good glass its body is found to be of a it; or a heavy coating of straw or greased bread pan in a fairly hot 'serve J by interring its victims. He
reddish tinge, while the house fly is pine needles scattered over it and oven. points out the moral of previous visItations -
-- --eGraham- -
black. burned. Swine should be kept out of Broad. from which London has suf.
This abominable pest, as we said swamps or bayous, especially in dry To one part risen white bread sponge fered, and which in every instance
above, is present summer and winter, weather, when they abound in decay add two parts Graham flour, a little could be traced to water polluted with
night and day. It is as persistent as I ing fish and reptiles. Indian meal, salt. Wet up, mix, adda cholera contagion, emphasizing also
a tick. Swarms of them work togetherand Every owner of sound swine should half teacup of molasses to a loaf. the fact "that the poison has been
gnaw a ruplace an inch in maintain a vigorous quarantine against Have the dough very soft. Knead brought in the same way-always from
diameter on the neck or back. It aU outside herds. He should not al. I well, set to rise. It takes longer to I Hamburg." In addition, therefore,
is the bulldog of flies ; it never lets go Iowa strange animal to enter his herd bake than white bread. Bake in a : to care about the water supply, Sir
its grip unless knocked off, and then unless it has had a perfectly clean steady oven.-Kitchen and Table. Spencer urges inspection of arrivals
immediately returns to its torture. It record for at least six months preced from infected ports, so as to interceptthe
is worse on short haired animals thanon Southern Corn Broad. importation of the disease.Manicuring. .
those which have a good covering, ing.If there is one thing more than an. Sift one quart of white corn meal ----....... ---
and it is bad when cattle are sheddingin other that will eventually break down with two teaspoonfuls of Price's Cream .
the spring. It will cause free the unjust law of this State which permits Baking Powder. Add three table. In manicuring the hands, they
milkers to go dry on a good pasture, free ranging of swine, it will be spoonfuls of melted lard, salt to taste, should first be softened by submer
from the suffering they endure. All hog cholera. It is a source of grim three beaten eggs and a pint of milk, sion in tepid water, in which have
along their back! and necks there will satisfaction to the trucker who keepstwo or enough to make a thin batter. been placed a few drops of ammoniaand
be small sores caked with dried or three sound, clean shotes in a Beat all very hard for two minutes a small piece of Castile soap. The
serum and blood, or raw bloody pen to consume his refuse milk and and bake rather quickly in a hot, cuticle around the nail should then
blotches where these detestable verminare vegetables, to see them grow and rub well greased pan, in which a little dry be carefully loosened with the little
getting in their work. against the post, feeling real scratch. meal has been sifted. Eat imme spoon-shaped implement providedfor
Much cows should be sprayed every ing good, while the vile razorbacks in diately. ( the purpose-.never with a knife,
two or three days with a kerosene the woods have free course to run and - -e- the use of which is always detrimental.The .
emulsion made a little weaker than spread the "sick. Great are the uses Beauty That Does Not Fade. nails should be filed into a round
that used for orange scale-say one of hog cholera-in its proper sphqre.; When a girl adopts a plan of self- oval shape, avoiding the French point,
gallon of strong whale-oil soap suds, .-... improvement she begins usually with which is no longer in vogue. Shouldthe
poured boiling hot into one and a If you feel weak her complexion or her figure, but let rough pieces of skin knownas
half gallons of kerosene and rapidly and all worn out take us in confidence betray a beauty secret "hangnails" appear, they shouldbe
churned or poured back and forth that deals not in cosmetics or lotions cut away with a sharp pair of
for ten minutes. Dilute one gallonof BROWN'S IRON BITTERS that does not tend to injure the scissors, and should never in any cir-
this with nine gallons of water and skin or fatigue the body, yet cumstances be torn out. They will
stir thoroughly before spraying.In Ouz'1ura171ome. which adds more genuine loveliness soon cease to be troublesome i if the
lieu of this refuse snuffor tobacco to a woman's heart and hands are carefully and systematically
dust may be sprinkled and rubbed mind than all the contents of the treated. The white spots which so
into the hair all along the back. Fish Brushes for the Kitchen. little jars and cut-glass bottles on my often disfigure the nails are said to be
oil is also very repulsive to insects, Besides the various kinds of brushes lady's toilet table could ever hope to directly attributable to physical de
and the ranker the better. It shouldbe used for scrubbing, keep one exclusively effect. Become a cultivated reader. bility. They are by no means easily
. rubbed over the animal two or for washing vegetables; potatoes, Seek nut the best, whether poetry, got rid of, but a little refined pitch
three times a week, and oftener in turnips, beets, etc., can be more easily fiction or history, and you may depend mixed with myrrh, laid over them at
very rainy weather.It cleaned in this way than in any other. upon it that such a course will night and rubbed off in the morningwith
is a great; mercy to butter cattle, Use a small tooth brush for cleaning do more towards making you a charming a bit of cocoa butter, is said to
where it is possible, to shut them in a around the handles of cups and tureens, and delightful companion for those be an efficient agent in removing them.
dark stable during the day, and give and for dishes with rough surfaces or who appreciate the beauty of intellect .
them cut grass or millet, and let them raised designs; keep it convenient andit than the fleeting power of a beauty The rollers of wringing machines
pasture at night. A dark stable is the will be used oftener. I keep minein that is not backed by brains.Chilblains. sometimes rendered sticky by flannel,
best practical protection we know of a drawer of my kitchen work-table, -. ...- ...---- can, it is said, be made smooth by
against flies. beside my silver polish, chamois skin rubbing with kerosene and wiping
... ..... and other useful cleaners. I have founda On the first sensation of soreness or dry.
Hoar Cholera In Florida. small paint or varnish brush, costingfive smarting, put the feet in a bath as hot ------e--- -
This; is primarily a parasitic and a cents, a beautiful accompanimentto as can be borne, rubbing them vigor BROWNf IRON BITTERS
contagious disease; that is, it is caused the larger stove polishing brush, as ously with a rubber toilet-brush, or, Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion
by bacteria or minute organisms, it can be made to reach into corners in default of this, a nail-brush.. They & Debility.
which. are transmissible from one animal where the other will not go. A nail should be kept in the water (which -------- --
to another by direct contact or brush for the cook's and the children'suse must be replenished as fast as it cools)
through the soil, water, feed or in is indispensable. Of course thereare for six or eight minutes; this relieves JAMAICA, or INDIAN SORREL,
fected matter from other animals. The dust brushes, crumb brushes and the congestion to which (Hibiscus Sabdariffaj
greater part of the cases are caused tooth brushes. I only mention those the burning and itching are due ; a Produce --
by contact or by the absorption of the which I do not find in general use, smart blow on the sole of the shoe The Finest Jelly and Sauce
germs from some medium; but, of but which cost little and aid much in with a light stick of wood will have Resembling that of Cranberries.
course, all such diseases must have a making easier the work which many the same temporary effect. Dry the Is ezceUingly productive and a dozen will tut
outside of Portland Transcript. feet briskly, and thoroughly rub the for
beginning somewhere a hog. deem drudgery.- lice a family.
That beginning is in accumulations of t m t affected parts with a mixture of equal I'lant about Sato feet apart, and from next Ootober .
filth. There is left no doubt of this The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher parts of vaseline and spirits of turpen to January reap your reward.
more than there is of the fact that thought it a bad sign if a man could tine. The feet should be warmly One dozen securely packed and sent postpaid,
any for hundred and
packed sent
one securely
typhoid fever and cholera in man are take all his necessaries of life in at the clothed, and extremes of heat and cold postpaid yx; ,for f 5.Reosonen.
propagated, if not actually created, by porthole of the stomach. "People avoided. The treatment should, inse.ere
should be hungry with the eye and the cases, be used daily for :a $ ros.,

filth.The report of D. E. Salmon, U. S. ear as well as with the mouth." week. ONECO, FLA. .', .->





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News{ World's T fair. It is thought Florida by those who live there, and who in -
state r
_ F? - will have six months of a grindingseason the past have been renters of land, I
- - - - - against two in Louisiana andit and who have become the buyers. 11I
Mr. N. Strobhar has such faith in
J. is reported the State will have an That most of the vegetable men have
of his Terra Ceia
the water protection I i I exclusive exhibit of the cane.-Indian done well is illustrated by the fact that
that he has received a large
property, PIANOS
River Advocate.Mr. last season one party bought five ,
of cocoanuts
and consignment will set out a sprouted fine grove.-Brai-, J. J. Neylens, near Ybor City, acres of land on time to be paid for The Recognized Standard of Modern
has made a success in celery planting. out of the proceeds of his crop. lie Piano Manufacture.
dentown Journal.D. lie has the largest crop in the State, not only paid $600 for the property, BALTIMORE, NEW YORK,
U. Campbell and L. R. Johnson being nine acres. The seed is sown but had $800 left. Another party -j &34 H Baltimore it. 14* Fifth Are

are clearing twenty acres of land from August to October, harvesting is planted on shares, and ofT of forty WASHINGTON,.817 renn yhranU ATC. .
just east of John Hanson's place, on estimates acres cleared $1,800, giving to the -
from December to June, and he
worth of work more than he was required

Grand View and will set out a lemon
that his will be $4,300. Everybody living
crop 70,000 to do simply by this ceaseless
The land is high well ,
grove. pro. around in that in the
community is
heads giving a net profit of about
vigil of an annual examination to
tected from the frost Lake Griffin pre-
by business and within mile
vegetable a
His of ,
$1,500 manner
per acre. vent the of Florida from being
of which it beautiful. view andis growers
a ,
gives of the station devotedto
bleaching is to set a broad board on 1,000 acres are swindled fraudulent fertilizers. Or
well for the ,
adapted purpose.- each side of the row of plants the trucking.
Lcesburg Commercial. .... at the lowest rate charged in any State
top edge of the boards coming about --- ($zo: per analysis), he did$2,220 worth
E. Richards returned to The Govornor and tho Stnto
Capt.rr. and half inches apart.-1.fana.
one a
of gratuitous work, or $220 more than
this place from Sanford last Saturday tee Advocate.Our Chemist. I his entire salary.

where he went for the purpose of friend, Mr. L. Wooten, who In his message to the Legislature I Can the State of Florida afford to

securing bottles for "putting lie up his was laughed at by his neighbors in Governor Mitchell says : charge this man for the $25 or $50
"Pineapple Digester. expectsto this county when he bought a mass of The state chemist is paid two thousand worth of chemicals and gas he used
the of his
commence shipment tangled vines and palmettos down dollars i per annum and( in addition in his night work on raw phosphates?
pines about the middleof the coming charges fees for making analyses" thus
has above this
there several years ago, now a Besides the indefatigable
month and he to all rendering the of1lce much more lucrative
says expects wrap
beautiful home on the edge of the officer has made in the
the fruit that he ships this year.Titus than anyone of the cabinet oHlcesj) and year
Indian river and a large and profitable in my judgment, this is in excess of thirteen soil analyses, worth $100 each;
ville Star.
orange grove. I He sold his fruit earlyin what should bo paid. I recommend( that six practical soil analyses, worth at
Pfeifer Brothers, of Oakland, have the season at $1.50 a box on the 1 payment of fees be properly) regulated least $25 each ; eleven analyses of
five acres in tomatoes which are now trees, and the old part of the grovehe and that whenever require they hall water for the State, worth at least
l he applied to his salary, and that the
maturing. They are in prime condi- ( has a fine young grove comingon chemist's salary l be reduced. $t 10; and reported on 360 miscella
tion and are being shipped this weekto ) yielded twelve hundred boxes There is strong reason for believingthat neous samples, worth, we will say, a
supply a number of large hotels. lie could notbeinduced to come backto the Governor has been ill advisedin i lump sum of $750-a total or $.1,500
The Pfeifcrs make a specialty of cotton and corn in Jefferson.His this matter, and that if he had !I worth of gratuitous work for the State.
supplying hotels with early vegetables, next door neighbor, Capt. R. C. known the facts in detail he would not Certainly if the $45 per year which
one of the brothers having his headquarters May, was selling oranges in his packing have penned this paragraph in its the State Chemist has received for
in New York city and per. house at $3.50 and $3.75 a boxf. if all. phosphate work at night is worth
present shape, at
sonally delivers their produce to their o. b. and shipping the rest of his First, as to the fees.'hen the mentioning in the Governor's message,
customers.-Orlando Reporter.The crop.-Letter Monticello: Consti phosphate. fever overspread the State the $4,500 worth of gratuitous work
South Florida railroad will, ,tution. the number A of men who* went or wrote done is also worth mentioning.
commencing tomorrow, the 6th, put Ir.1.. E. Gillett, president and tot the State Chemist to learn the valueof Doubtless the Governor was honestin
on a'through express: train for fruit and manager of the Manatee Lemon Co., their "finds' was legion. The his remarks about the State Chemist
vegetables to accommodate the increased was a welcome visitor at the Journal analysis of these raw minerals for private and his work, but he has had the mis-
shipment of these productsnow I office last week and informs us that parties was entirely outside of the fortune to listen to exceedinglypoor
being made to the North. The'the operations of the company are as legitimate duties of his office, but for advice. We should not have
train will leave Tampa daily except satisfactory as could be desired. Ten a time this obliging, tireless and con taken the trouble to enumerate all
Sunday at 5 o'clock p. m. Fruit and thousand trees have been set out and, sciencious official struggled with the these items if it had not been for this

vegetables for shipment from Orlando owing to the recent fine rains, are task, working at it after office hours, mistake on the part of the Governor.

will be received up to 7 o'clock p. m. growing nicely, as we were pleased to often until late at night. At the sug- Parenthically we may say that the
at the Southern Express office, and notice on our recent visit. They are gestion of Governor Fleming and asa rUes of chemist's fees above mention.
will go through to Northern points by making preparations to drive an arte- plan for reducing somewhat the
ed obtained the writer from
this fast train without change.Or.lando sian well for such irrigation as may be volume of these applications, he final. were by
Reporter.A necessary in the future, and to builda ly decided to charge a small fee for a the well known examining chemist

Northern correspondent, quotedby comfortable house for the superin quantitative analysis, though he still Pratt, of this city. _
the Indian River Advocate, has tendent. Mr. Gillett, after fifteen continued to give to every one who .
this to say : "One of the funny years' experience In the lemon busi asked it a qualitative analysis (which No Money for Now Experiments.
things which came to the notice of ness, declares that he has never seena may be called a rough draft of analysis Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:
)your correspondent is the place which better prospect for an excellent grove. ) free of charge. Never mind the experimental sta.
is under way for the protection of a Ten thousand more trees will be set This work he did at night and the tion.. Sugar herereafter in Florida
mule, for an Ohio gentleman who out next season all on sour stock.- writer can bear witness out of his own must be produced by large capital and
spends his winters on the island home. Manatee River Journal.A experience, that the State Chemist, soar vast machinery. The poor peoplecan
He has actually contracted for a stableto reporter of the Ocala Banner ( from grasping for the fees, tried to no longer figure above hewers of
protect said mule from the mos gives a glowing account of a visit to I. persuade applicants to go to other wood and drawers of water or slavesin
quitos during the hot ummer McIntosh, the truck growing center chemists with their work. competition with foreign cheap
months. With screen windows and of Orange Lake : The most prominent Now, we happen to know the exact labor. If the State is to step in and
doors the aforesaid mule will be in the truckers are, Norsworthy, Bryant sum total of the perquisites which this spend time-$6.00 to $10.00 per dayto

clover during a portion of the World's Bergin, Gist, Thomas, Gaitskill, official has taken in during his term legislators, we, the people, want rr
Fair year. with several dozen others. Last sea- of nearly four years. For phosphate that time and money devoted to our

Sugar cane planted in the region of. son they shipped 150,000 crates ; this analyses he has received $117, and interests. Here is an interest greater
Lake Okeechobee, in May last, is year they expect to ship 200,000. So for water analyses $65-total $182: than sugar can ever be made; it is
now growing as luxuriantly as thoughit far the cabbage growers and shippers The chemicals and the gas used i ir, already here and thousands of poor
was midsummer, and it is now the have done well, a number of them making these analyses may have cost t peple and common people are interested -
only cane in the United States above realizing a snug bank account, and if $25 more or less, and the State ol f in it. We don't want our Leg

ground. It was planted as an experiment the season in beans, cgg-plants and Florida needs this money, no doubt,, islature to touch anything else at all
in order to ascertain if the location tomatoes holds out, there will be more for this is a time for retrenchment and until we have a Railroad Commission,
will escape frosts, and will havea money in McIntosh by the coming economy.But and the full provisions of the Interstate .
decided advantage over the Louisiana July than at any station on the line wait a bit! Commerce law enforced to the

cane growing, as every day's delay of the Florida Southern Railroad. Of the 131 fertilizers analyzed bj y end, that we may have transportation.
in cutting enhances the value of Major Gaitskill is the leading real estate the State Chemist last year 111 had \Ve don't care anything about sugar,
the crop. The experiment is con, I dealer, and he has averaged a salea been analyzed before, either by him.. starch, or any other tweedledee or
sidered a success, as this has been a day for the last month, from a village self or by the manufacturers. Tht e tweedledum to distract attention from
severe winter. Some of this cane i is lot to a ten or twenty acre truck law requires only one analysis, hence,, more vital issues.
now being transplanted in tubs as part; farm. A remarkable feature of the at the Massachusetts rate of charge< We have products enough for awhile
of Osceola county's exhibit at the: investment in McIntosh property i is $35 for each analysis) he did $3,88 5' ; what we want now is some of


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the wealth we have created.Ve do serious damage-so much so that A Noted Divine Says:

want no more of this old time "wool in some parts of the South boys are for"I hare D.pepttla.been nalng-TutUi Weak Ntomaeh Liver I'illsj and BENTON & UPSON

pulling," we are no longer the "dumb. employed to kill them, which they do Coativene,*, with tvhlcti I bay.loDC

driven cattle" we used to be. These by the dextrous use of the whip. The been afflicted. trClcsoVILtLiE, Fl1A.,

tricks and this last proposition are a habit of these flies reminds us of the '

"put.up" job as an aid to Mr.( Disstonor king-bird. They the
pounce upon IRRIGATING
other sugar kings.* No, sir, we bee, grasp it while on the wing, by useof Tott's 8 Pills i S

are tired of this! Thousands of car their feet, and repair to.some. resting .

loads of truck are not made, hun place where they deliberately suck MACHINERY

dreds of thousands of boxes of orangesrot their victim's blood. Scores of bees ARE A SPECIAL BLESSING. ,

on the ground, and almost millions be in these I never had any tiling totlomesotnnchpood.
may destoyed a day by ra- I rerroimnetid them to all aa DOTHSteam :
are lost to the people because of pacious flies.Culture. tbo bent medicine In exlwtance..

the extortion and abuse of our truck .- Hey. F. K. ONtiOOD New York.
SOLD EVERYWHERE. and Horse Power.
and oranges by the transportation and Childlessness.
companies. Our truck is knocked to Office, 140 to 111 Washington St., N. T.
The returns of the last Federal cen.

pieces, robbed, delayed and damaged, sus show that one-fifth of the native-
Pipe Pipe Fitting Brass
and outrageously taxed. ,
born married women of Massachusettshave [
We relief from law makerswe EPILEPSY FITSCan
want our
Valve Hose Etc.
no children. Among the foreign- ,
don't propose any more palaver born in the State the
same populationof
this disease! be cured Most physicians
with these men. Our) papers the I&rNor.ar WRITE FOR ESTIMATES.Crape .
childless married women is much ,Yes; alllorm.andthewol'ltcues.: Af-
editors, all know these things and with smaller, the being ter SO years etady And experiment I have found the
their help it could be corrected ; but percentage 13.27.'t'he remedy.-Epilepsy is cured by It; cured, not subdued -
census itquisitors were not directed by opiates-the old,treacherous, quack treat
the Vines
they are not catering to people, to make any inquiry as to the ment. Do not despair. Forget: past impositions on

but to the railroad magnates. Is that of the of your puree,past outrages on your confidence,part ,
what call them? Well, what do causes large percentage failure Look forward,not backward. My remedy
you ? childlessness, but it is well understoodthat Is of to-day. Valuable work on the subject, and .
you call us, who produced the wealtH children have become to a certain Urge bottle of the remedy_cent free tot trial. ALL VAKIF.TIF.S.VALUABLE
which gives them the title-fools, or Mention[ Post-Office. and Express address.Prof. .
"cranks it ? extent "unfashionable" in some cir .W.IL PEEK,F.D.,4 Cedar St.,New York.Human NOVELTIES.
was not
cles. In other words, they are not
Push this matter Press these let JlI hut standard of Vines, by more thorough
desired. Political economists have grading than thoM generally received from any.
: ters on the attention of our Governorand been accustomed teach that "the where. I.iirg discount on large orders.
Cut them trs One assorted case of our different Florida Wines
your representatives. pressure of population on the means (u bottle) given a* Premium with order
out and mail them to our law makers. mounting to}y>oo or more. Send for estimate
of subsistence" has a controlling effect before ordering else here. Address
Send your protests against upon the birth rate, but this theory K.: I>U HO IS, P.O. noxiSj.Tallahassee:

well's latest sugar experiment station scarcely accounts for the Massachusetts [ To love Roses ertxdally the i4a.
job. Away with it-for a while at II. &: C. ItO! ";S. They arecrown New Beggar Weed Seed ajc per lb.,port paid.
fact The question arises, on their own roots anti are
least.)1.. P. NEELD. the choice of flower lovers every
... ...... are not the claims of "culture" and where. Our new "(guide lo Ito o
.. .
....... Culture I will give any one a coni|1)I l Ut Geo. S. Hacker & Son,
Enemies of Bees. "higher education for women" conflicting education In flower Browing. We
want to send' It five witha
with the old-
to some extent
of our Magazine."Hueeeniwlth .
Prof. A. J. Cook : In America copy
fashioned domestic instincts? And if llowcrs"to
are not serious enemies of every flower lover In the w m.c
wasps this be the explanation, can it be sup land. Send' us you add ress.Ta =
the honey-bee. I have received from ,
posed that Massachusetts[ is better for A
the South the large handsome Stizus a.
the change? If the pessimistic viewof rA. GO
with the thatit v
Drury, report
Schopenhauer be sound the
had caught and killed a honeybee.I ) sooner. -a
the world becomes childless the better -- c ;:
think such depredations even in the since humanity is a failure and its 0
South of the United States much C
extinction a thing: to be desired. Hut, COg -
less frequent than in Europe and a.
whe e a more cheerful philosophy -
Asia. Of the Mutilidx I the
family OR NO PAY.
prevails who do not feel the
parents oC
cow-killer of the South, Sphxroaphth- pinch of want will be apt to think that I Nothing Fairer Than This. ..
almus occidentalis, Linn, is no mean When wo say cure we do not mean wlmply to
the world could better spare the stop it for the time being, but a
of the bee. This beautiful insect
enemy And Building Material.CHARLESTON .
teachings of its philosophers than the
has no apparent fear of bees, and
prattle of its children. A world full
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspemla,
is free to attack them. Probably
very of would be scarcely llnulariir, Coital I pat.lout llillotiaiteM*Xer- 8. O.
its densely chitinous body and very Schopenhauers fuimirfcft, Hr.-| !r.Mtr..., Impure Illootl.md '. ---- -
worth living in.-Express. all diseases arMiitf, from u disordered>
powerful sting make it an overmatchfor "h"cr.'rlte for Treatise Testimonials IIow to: GrowPINEAPPLES
---- ----- -
the honey-bee. I have this hairy !. Prretiamplu llottloof
ant-like insect from Kansas, Mississippi The Paine Fertilizer Co's office at DR. ROC'S LIVER, RHEUMATIC
Jacksonville, at the suggestion of their and NEURALGIA CURE to
and Florida, in all of which New York office and their New York CULLEN & NEWMAN
States it has been seen to attack and will of ,
agents, inaugurate a system 175 GAY ST.. Knoxvilie, Tcnn.WAY .
kill bees. I It is a very predaceousinsect rates on all agricultural chemicals after
December 15th. This will be purely an It DOWN iri'ON Till:"
and doubtless is
more our It of the
Crowing Pineapples one profit
experiment. You had better take advantage rUNINHULA:
friend than enemy. of it while it lasts. See ad. on FLO IDA aFROSTFRKKtownship ble industries the country. Send to cents instamps
Various species of the family For- of high healthful land',dotted with
page UGI. clear lakes, free of marsh, filled with Northern .
for pamphlet gtring full particulars of
inicidiu attack bees. In the North -4-
people. No necroe v no liquor no malaria *

ants do no harm, except to gather on How's This I grow; where best and pineapples fresh vegetables lemons and are gathered orange method of culture and profits.

the top of the inner cover of the bees, We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward all winter. Homes sold on installments.
cheap? "The Florida Home.eeker, 'monthly. JOHN ASPINWALL,
for of Catarrh that
seemingly for warmth. Occasionallythey any case can. tells all about. Sample FREE Write

annoy or irritate: the bees to some not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure O. M. CKOSIIV! I'dltor: \von l.urkll'la. runusiiEu,

slight extent. In the South, ants often F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., The. --

kill the worker bees, and occasionallythe Toledo, O. B 0 R E ucceeding nnd 1I:4T11lt'iIINEItYa thU boalnnas-tltn EAU, GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

queens ; at least it is so reported. We, the undersigned, have knownF. Horso Powers,

Ants are easily poisoned, and may J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, WELLS Steam Engines, TO ORANGE SHIPPERS.

be killed at wholesale by applying bi and believe him perfectly honorablein Pumps &valves, The Jacksonville Orange Market Is now firm

of carbon to their ant-hills. all business transactions and financially DRILL Iron Hr*and FUtf and advancing and we would advise shipments
sulphide I I rublewat l fruit, and
t>li lonect and oranges,Tangerines,grape pineapples
Among dipterous insects we find able to carry out any obligationmade aMami. Uatalncu maitadLQOMIS&NYMAN ri'd'e vegetables. Reermce-Dradltrcet' and Dun ft

bee-enemies in three families. Without by their firm. WELLS Tlrrl uuio.HKBKiUIIRK. Co.'* Reports. ConsJpmenulOl1dted.

doubt the robber flies, Asilidre, are West & Traux, Wholesale Druggists O.WUT tT.lrbtirTlndI HLAIIl TIIKASHEIl.

the chiefest offenders. These terribly Toledo, O. i . Jtrw
rl s UiMrkwy MJM
predaceous insects are well denominated Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole. i t T .*irta taut*. Tan>. hlf4H.U

bee-killers. They are most de. sale Druggists, Toledo, O. sb1T11. (4* ,nr.likq.I, sr"a.n..Y.ro M hrolr-U} ct.h.tul.<'I.IaI.t.. !h'ul'aa.4 '..rr. FRUIT TREES
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally -
structive in the South. There are several TOR

species that are known to kill acting directly upon the blood WEN I M A C H'Y I Y M;al.e K11HI.Dltel.l.g.. **,h-pjlflb th..O SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write .

bees. These belong chiefly to the following and mucous surfaces of the system. Wlrxt a d St.imt Htati{.9 goiltrt A* Ml for Catalogue and price list.
Sold all Bss la mm MI ear to...* lie./or fccfcMtfln.
genera; Lrax Promachus, Price, 75C. per by iseo r9r.>/.,.. The American Well Works.Aurora,111. JENNINGS' NURSERY CO.,
Asilus and Mallophora These often Druggists. Testimonials free. also, Chicago, III; Dallas, Tex.; Sydney N. S. W. TtiomMYllle, 0"I ,



r [fumiDACKPATCH over ten per cent. of the crop, it has
stood like a lighthouse amid the winds { J\pri113.

tfROI and waves of the traffic. Even
r&RI"E tasnlRSstusNClp.a... ..., ...... orange The Fruit Exchange receipts for the
LI CSMUMTt JAftbABV.+ MM. those who have sneered at it have, FLA., April 14.t past week aggregated about 4,000 boxes.

>STEPHEN POWERS unconsciously perhaps, been benefitedby FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. The auction sales the past week have
the information, the solid rock These are average quotations. Extra choice been somewhat heavier than the proceeding

P. O. Address Lawtej, Fla. facts, which it has cast down to standon | 1 iota l lots fetch sell tower prices above top quotations, while poor with prices for good sound fruit

amid the Oranges.. 126 .... .. .. .. ... .... ...... 1.7. t02.25 running well up. Some russets have
perturbations of gluts and ,3o-t76.. .. .. .. .. .......... 1.75103.50 sold in Jacksonville as high as 2.75,
OONTENTS. panics.That. '" t76*mo.... .... ............... 2.00 tO J.OO brights of the same quality ranging

young and vigorous section of Tangerines Mandarins,,good good color color.box.... 3.00103.00 1.50 to 2.50 about the same. The fruit generally is

)UAXKXTZXO D. Sanford's Advice; How the State the Indian River russets ... .. ... ... ..... ... .1.7S103.J5 arriving in bad order, the sudden coming
Orange Are Paid For:'N< Crusade; Orange Trade in California .. .. 23t has lately launched two organizations; Apples.. fancy Baldwin..... ... .. ... 4.50 deal of 1
GKOVX *. ....... good rot.
MID ORcna -Pear Stock Pal* of choice, ....._.
metto Hammocks . . .. .... ..;... .. 232 one orange growers, one of pine. Lemons, Fla.. . ... .............. 1.50102.00 4.25 SHIPMENTS BY SEA.
Irrigation in Australia and apple growers. The great trucking Messina.. ....... .. ......... ,).25
provements in P Florida; Im Pineapples,crate..................... 5.00 The Iroquois;,April 11. took out 1,800boxes
road Commission nfn&monlj What variety; Florida Rail. sections of Alachua, Marion, Polkand Bananas bunch.... .. .... ........... 1.30101.75
melo .. . .;. .'. . .of.. .Po. .. Manatee counties should now Potatoes choice .. ...... ............. 3.00 of oranges: 150 crates of vegetablesand '
:33 sacks . ..... .............. 2.75 39 refrigerators of strawberries ; the
PARMKR AND TRCCKER-Strawberry Notes; form a vegetable growers' association. 11 New, bbl.... ............... 7.00 to 8.00 Seminole, April 9, 3,5,0( boxes of oranges,
Cut in Cabbage Crates; Sweet Potato Cul Onions, red, bbls......................
tore; Conch Peas and Rice. ... . ... .. 234 They unquestionably need one, and yellow. '". ......................... 4.25 4.35 250: crates of vegetables and 20 refrigerators ,::
LIVE STOCK-Horn Ply Hog Cholera . egg the longer the (formation of it is post crate .. .................. 140 ; the Algonquin, April i, 2,800
Ocx RCRAL HOME Sweet potatoes bbl... .... ........... 1.50 boxes of oranges 300 crates of vegetables i
Cholera -Recipes. ...;. ..Preventing poned the greater will be the difficulties Florida cabbage bbl .. .. ............ and 15:
;Chilblain etc. . . 1.75 refrigerators. The City: of
25,5 attending it. If it is formed Turnips barrel ...................... 2.00
Governor and State Chemist; No Money for early \ Beets, new.per 100....... ... ......... 1.00 to Birmingham, from Savannah April 11,
New Experiments ... .. ..... .... 236 in the history of the industry, men Carrots, dozen. .......... ............. 1.50.25 3,010 boxes of oranges, and 6,350 crates
Knenics of Bees; Culture and Childless dozen .. .......... ..........
ness .. ... . ... ........ . ..... 257 learn to look to it for help and guidance Celery Parsnips... .. .. .. .. .. .... ............... .2510 .40.35 of vegetables ; City of AUJustaprll 9,
ltnnoRIA&-To Alliancemen: ; In Union Is ; they cluster about it as a nucleus. Egg l'lantlcrate. small.. ......... .. 1.50102.00 :5,710; .. boxes of oranges and! 3,390 crates of
Strength; Great Tourist Hotels; Sowing Beans,crate .... ..... ................. 1.00101.50 vegetables ; Xacoochee, April 7, 1,480
Florida Clover ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 2S8 h But if it is long delayed men become Green peas, bushel ... .............. 1.30103.00 boxes of and 3,820: crates of
The Peanut; Making Shoes Waterproof.... used to independent action and will Cauliflower, barrel-crate .............. 3.00 oranges
Potash in Agriculture, Spraying Fruit 259 Tomatoes..... .. .. ........ ............. 1.50 to 2.00 vegetables.
Trees .. ..... .... .... ....... 260 not fall into line so readily. The pineapple Squashes crate... ..... .. .... ......... 1.50 SHIPMENTS BY RAIL.l.or .
PotnTRY-Sueeu ... Cocoanut.. .. ... ..... .............
in Florida ...... .. ... have 4.3$
261 growers done wisely in Peanuts best brand..... ............. .07} the week ending April 11 the oranges -
s> massing their forces so early in the Strawberries ... .. .... ........ ....... iaj to .15 carried by rail on lines east of

Weather in Jacksonville. development of the industry. POULTRY AND EGGS. Lake City were estimated at 22,000 boxes.

-- --- r S--- Hens.. .... .. ... ....................... .JJ to .38 MOVEMENT OF
Q .2 M Roosters.............................. VEGETABLES.
1>A1'a. ; a .:"! p u The Groat Tourist Hotels.It Broilers... ....................... ..... .20 to .30.30 For the same period the following estimates
GO GO IllS ::i Ar is often asserted Turkeys, per pound ... ............. .. 16 to i6>$c are furnished Lettuce 1,500
that the great Ducks...................... ........... to : ,
April 4.......... 63 7.5 81 .59 70 tourist hotels of Florida are not Geese.................................. 35 .50 crates; l beets, 1,150 crates; cabbage,
April ,5.......... 68 70 8.4 onlyof Kggs.. ....... ..................... -... .50.15 25,000: crates; tomatoes, 7,800 crates;
April 6.......... 68 70 84 664 7i no benefit to the soil tillers but area
April 7. ......... 6S 71 81 62 HAY, GRAIN, ETC. squashes, 450 crates; cucumbers, 375
April 8. ....... 70 72 68 6,5 76 72 positive injury. Any one who is White corn small lots....... ...... .... ......I crates; beans, 7,050 crates; new potatoes
April 9. ......... 69 76 87 68 78 accustomed to frequent the markets of Mixed com, .. ............ ..... .. 1.35 1.30 375 barrels; I peas, :2,100! crates;
April ,o.......... 72 7S S6 67 76 and who White oats, ...... ...... .... ..... .. 1.85 strawberries, 3,050 crates; egg plants,
- Jacksonville sees the com Mixedoats. ...... ......... ........ 1.75 300
ftaD... .... .. 65.. 7J.o 84.0 64.0 74. plete slump which takes place when Hay, No. i, Timothy small lots... ......... 19.00 crates.
E. IL DKMAIN. Wheat bran small lot*.......... ...... ...... 20.o0 INDIAN RIVER CHANGES.
Observer. these hotels close for the season Wheat Middlings per ton...... ............. 21.00
I knows better. The steward of Ground feed fresh (corn and oats), per sack Some damaging and not altogether
To Alliancomon. one of of too pounds. .... .....u..... .... ..... ... t.so truthful have been circulated
the largest these hotels stated to the Feed meal, per sack of too pounds, less reports respecting
In the palmy days of the Alliancethe writer that he had quantity,per ton..... ...... ...... .. .. ..... 23.00 the Indian River Orange Grow-
former = of this during the past Rice flour, percwt......... .... ............. .90 er's Association, and it may be well .
it to clubs of manager paper sent winter, purchased at one time 800 Pure wheat, per sack of too pounds......... 1.40 enough to say that some mistakes were \
at the Prepared steam cooked feed
extremel.loVprice cow ,
of $ dozen eggs, most of which were from iypound sacks..... ...... ........per.. .. ..... 1.30 I made at the outset. Only one agent was ,
i a year. The Alliance was Florida and that he had than Prepared steam cooked horse feed per cwt, appointed 1 in Now York and ho could not *
at that time itself one club more tgo-pound sacks. .... .. ..... ..... t.so work ofT the fruit as fast as received. It
great co once, bought in a single day $500 Pearl grits, per barrel.... ......... ... ...... 3.10
extensive with the Stat '. But by the worth of Pearl meal, per barrel..... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 3.10 began to get rotten and he was forced to
time the rolled round vegetables;: milk and fruit of Flour left winter wheat patent ........... 5.35 throw it into the auction where some of
year some of which Flnir, ... ......
the the greater part was contributedby extra fancy family 4.35 it realized as low as 95 cents I per box.
members had lost their enthusi Florida. extra.(Half) barrels, either brand 250 per barrel A committee of Indian River growers

asm and failed to renew. Others, ---e- .. Cotton need meal bright per ton.. .. .. .. .. 38.00 went up to New York to Investigate and

more prompt, sent in their individual Sowing Florida Glovor. Dark ton.or....Sea. .. bland...cotton........seed. ....meal......,..per... 33.00 Hn they appointed|> live agents in that city
subscriptions on the old basis. Thus There is in Pure ground bone, fine per ton ... ..... .. 33-oo and one in Chicago, and it Is hoped that
it came to only one man the State Bone and potash per ton.. .. .... ......... 35.00 henceforth there will be no more stop
pass that one man was re who sells clean seed of the Florida German bin, per ton .. .......... .... .... 17.00 I pa es.
the ........ .. .. ..... .. .. ..
ceiving paper, singly, at $i a year clover or be garweed. Where it is Land Nitrate plaster Soda tc pound; per ton.............. 16.00 The Florida Fruit Exchange has never
while per '" 53.00
another right beside him was clean, 214 pounds per acre will be Muriate potash a>ic per pound; per ton... 50.00 antagonized the Indian River organization
compelled to $2. Sulphate'potash, x per pound; per ton..... .\.00 In the leapt, but has always stood
This pay enough for the production of forage.If Sulphate potash 90 per cent. .. ............. 55.00 ready to help it when asked.KUMQUATS. .
was an unjust and the
system, I only shade and mulching are desired

present management: had to abolish it. 1 % pounds will be sufficient ; Peas, Clav... .SEEDS.... ....,..ETC... .... .... .... .... .
THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER less will do .. Whlppoorwill i ...... ........ .... ...... 1.35 I An object of curiosity in the Jackson-
is just even on very strong soil. ; .. u'acic. ... .... .... ........ ..u......... .". 1.35 rills Fruit Auction sale the other day
as friendly to the Alliance as If the seed is in the rough, weighing ; ".. Black Eye ........................... 1.40 i& | halt box size of
ever, and sincerely Red Rippers.... ............... ...... was a Tangerine these
regrets to sec the about fifteen pounds to the bushel, ,. Split. .. .. .. ............... .. .... .... 140 pigmy fniits. It sold for $10.50 quick.
county organizations falling into neg. four or five pounds to the acre will be Beans. ..... . .. . ......................... a.6o a.w They retail as curiosities at 30 to 40! centss
lect. Our columns Lima . .. .. .. .................. .. ... a dozen. There about 000 in half-
are open to every required for hay ; three or four for Pearl Cat Tail millet, per pound...... .. .... aoc are a
soil-tiller who has any ideas to advanceon shade and German or Golden millet per bushel. ....... a.oo box. An occasional half-box has aptwflral -
economic mulching. Rough seed Hungarian graft, per bushel..... .......... 2.50 in the auction all along through
topics of importance to will have to be sown broadcast. A Rural Branching Dhoura per pound......... 25 c this winter, and they have always commanded
the White milo maize 'r .....
grower and who will not the aoc
carry spell of moist weather should be se Kaffir com .. .. .. aoc fancy prices. The production)
discussion of them into the realm of lected to secure germination of the Amber cane sorghum ...... ... aoc of them seems to be on the increase.
Alfalfa or Lucerue ..... ..
partisan politics. Strike .. JOe
hard and seed. Rub it through a coarse seiveor Johnson srass ......... ijc i RETAIL MARKET.
strike fast, but strike fair. thoroughly between the hands Gold seed rice (upland), per bushel.. ..... .. J.oo The choicest
Announcement to Genuine red rust proof oats ... .. .... 6oc eating apples retail at:5.00
has several times break up all the lumps, stems and White seed rice ., ......... 3.33 t>er barrel, 00 cents a peck and a quart
been made of the club rates which webs of worms and secure an even Beggar weed seed, per pound....... ...... ..25GROCERIES. 1 10 cents ; oranges in the stores 20 to 30

were substituted for the Alliance rates distribution of the seed. cents a dozen; i jwrnelos> 6 to 10 cents

and we shall keep them in I Butter gilt edge .... .. .. .. ...... ....... ... 39 apiece: ; lemons, 20 cents a dozen ; pineapples
permanent The active demand for this seed to Butter, choice. ................. ...... .37 20 to 2 5 cents apiece from Cuba
form in another column. be in I Cheese full cream .. .. .... ................ ;
sown orange? groves we regardas Cheese. K cream ....................... ..13 la i strawberries 10 to 18 cents a quart; sap
I SIn good indication.* It is one of the Evaporated apricots ..,'"................ .16 odilloes, :cents a dozen ; Boursops and
Union Is Strength. Itnporated peach e...............;......... .16 mammce apples, :5 to 10 cents each ; cocoanuts .
After the disastrous great family of legumes (even if not a Evaporated apple... .............. ...... .II in the husk
orange season true clover) which enrich the soil instead Dried peaches .. ........................ 10 cents each ;
of 1883-4, Mr. D. Greenleaf Mr. P. Dried apples. .. .. ..... ................... 09.07 cleaned, 5 to 10 cents each ; potatoes 40
P. of impoverishing it. The sup Currants .. .... .. ..................... ... 06 cents a peck>> 5 cents a quart ; sweet potatoes
Bishop and some others were one of seed Citron... ... .. ..... .................. 16 CO
day discussing the ply throughout the State is Prunes, Turkish... .. ..................... cents a peck ; onions, 60 cents
subject on the cars, about: exhausted, but there is still a Raisins. L. L. box........ .............. ...'1.90 ij a l peck ; turnips, 40 cents.VEGETABLES..
when the project jf an association was little left in Pigs, Dry'. ... ............. ......... ij .
broached. That Jacksonville. Nuts, mixed..u.............. ,ia
was the origin of the S. S Almonds... ...... ......... ........... .18 New potatoes are somewhat more plen-
Florida Fruit Exchange, and, though See advertisement of English Walnuts.................... .14 ty, though not yet quite equal to the demand
this Reasoner Pecans .............. ..,.. ..... .. .Ij
organization has never handled Bros Jamaica Sorrel on page :255. ... ia and are fetching 1.50 to 2.50 J per
Brazil Nut n..i..i./.N..,... ,ij prate. Tomatoes in moderate supply





worth 1/0 to 2.50 per crate. Cabbage April ,.-Dri hts, 2.60 to 3.35; russets, Bogus white lead would have no sale did It notogti

from nearby. points small and inferior, 1.75 to 2.85 ; Tangerines halves, 75 to B afford makers a larger profit than Strictly Pure .
being culls; many from other points are SOc I White Lead. .

overgrown,some swollen and burst open. i The wise man is never persuaded to buy paint
They bring 1,50 to 1.85 per crate 4 to 7 LIVERPOOL, April 1.-We confirm our that is said to be "just as good" or "better" than
cents pperheaI, and retail at 5 to 10 centa. last respects and now beg to advise you

Celery ha l become very i poor, small and that we have this week sold the second
jointed; fetches 25 to 40 cents a bunch. consignment to this country of California Strictly Pure White/ Lead.

New beets without tops 1.50 per crate. Navel oranges, consisting of 211 boxes,

New Florida parsnip are scarce and which arrived here per Germanic. Part The market is flooded with spurious white leads. The following analyses,
wanted at 35c. a dozen hunches ((4 to 6 in of the fruit was forwarded 1 on to the made by eminent chemists, of two of these misleading: brands show the exact
a bunch). Carrots plenty, 25c. a dozen London market and the remainder was proportion of genuine white lead they contain :
bunches. AsjHiragus 2f:. a bunch. A placed here, and by the enclosed cata
few choice Hoffman strawberries have 'logue you will observe that the prices Misleading D rand :'U."tltC wt<d

brought,. within the week 18 cents; others obtained in the Liverpool market, although "Standard Lead. St.Lead Louie.Co." Strictly Pure White .' Pacific Warranted Pure (AJ)White Lead." '

12 to 15: cents going down to 8 cents today not good, are still better than
Material ?'Iekilais .
Proportion* \lt4dyat" by 1'rop.ftHMH. Auajrze) by
when the market was glutted.; London. You will notice a great difference Han'U* 56.38 per trHt Itef*OluiM. vvbt t ti...phutr of I cad 1 I Iii |her r...... :"'ttoos.t Co.,
Peas 1.95; to 1.75:; a crate; bean 1.00 to between the prices of this parcel Oxfckr of Zinc 31 IH !err it-nt. .t fit".. oskme of Xiuc "ull| ir rat.ew York.
1.50. Cauliflowers wanted 3.00 to 4.00 and those obtained some days ago, for White LwKl t 6.W per cvttt. JH. !Lost. ''wykM..qwrnnt.i .

I per barrel crate or l.:>0 to 2.00() ) small the carload which came per Teutonic, Less than 7 per cent white lead. No white lead in*it.

{ crate. Some egg plants in ,small crates which is accounted for by the fact that You can avoid bogus lead by purchasing any of the following brands.

have brought 1.50 to 2.00. the very high rates j paid for the oranges They are manufactured: by the "Old Dutch process, and are the standards:
{per Teutonic were due solely to their .
ANCHOR (Cincinnati) *
IXC11Mt1 RED SEAL (St. Louis)
FRUIT :: BULLETIN. being: a novelty, and in consequence ECKSTEIN; (Cincinnati) "K1 I4TUCKY"Louisveiie)

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. April 11. thereof dealers were eager to supply "SOUTH ERN" (St. Louis and Chicago) ,. ATLANTIC(New York)
their customers with sample' lots. the re- COLLIER (St. Louis> "JksLVKTT"New( York)
1. Four hold at 1.15:') to ::1.in' .
cars today ; sult being that many of them have since For sale by the most reliable dealer in PAints everywhere.
averages. 2.16, 2.18, 2.2(11\11(12.26( ; niortlyfair had to resell at a I loss. We also If you are going to paint it will pay you to send tt> us for a book contain.nj ..otorma)0 -
condition; market firm. may ':, that may save you many a dollar ; it will only; coat you a postal card to do ao.
mention that the by the Ger-
2. Car No. 185EJ: sixty 'per cent. large oranges
manic were not in anything like such NATIONAL LEAD CO.
size 2.20. Car No. 022 badly ,
rotted; average good condition as those |per Teutonic, n. ....".. N
y ;veraged 1.85. most of the boxes showing waste. As 'II'_m York.__
3. Car No. 410 averaged 2.10; good --- --
regards the future we think we mayperhaps
{ many large; size's and considerable tllocny. do rather better as arrivals of Tho Peanut. plied to patent-leather tips and to

Demand<<4. Two alttl1 cars prospect>>sold today* Cd.at averages of Valencias are expected( to fall ofT con There is no other regular field crop uppers composed entirely of that material -

2.13 and 2.30; market filling up with siderable.. L. CONNOLLY & Co. grown that, from start to finish, requires but it takes ofT the brilliancy of

poor California fruit. Change car in The accompanying catalogue showed so much "hand" work. Thereis these stylish articles completely to be

transit to some other market. that in Liverpool the oranges ranged no other crop grown where so largea used very extensively for the purpose,

5. Sales today ranged 1.10 to 3.00, aggregate ; from Its. to 15s.:'): :3d (alout$2.75to$3.S0): ). percentage of the'"proceeds" of the although when the paraffin has worn
Fruit sizes
and ordinary 2.00. quality.mostly Demand: : large good.) In London, from 9s. 6d. to 15s (about$2.35 same goes away down to the "hand" off, the polish appears as brilliant as
to $3.75): ).
6. Car No. GOlttKOM! .95: to:3.50: ;average laborer. Another feature of the cropis I ever.

2.13; all more or hers decayed. NEW YORK April 11.-Our market this : The vine is fully as good as .S4

Owing the very warm weather much shows} considerable improvement last clover hay, ton for ton; for milk cows, I It really begins to look as if South.
4 fruit is arriving with more or I less decay. which have Then ern California will some day be a
week, especially orange, horses and mules eat it readily. I

but Prices it is continue easy to good determine for choice from fruit the, have taken a decidedly( upward turn, and again, in digging, many scatteringnuts stronger competitor to Florida in the

the fancy marks of Indian and Halifax left the ground. line of vegetables than that of oranges.
range of price and averages gi enabo.c are on Hogs
Rivers stilling 4.50( and other
are .._.
I that there is but a small proper fancy brights are selling at :3.00 to 3.: .5; turned in the old peanut fields will --- ---

tion of choice stock. Most of the fruitis ..) .": .) their but will In Australia, eight stations last .
russets, ... :1to 2.87; grape fruit, 0).00 not only get living get year
large, which tends to reduce averages. to 3.50 Tangerines, 2.00 to 4.50; Mandarins (fat from eating these ungathered nuts. poisoned 3,700,000 rabbits, and yet

2.00 to 3.00. Strawberries fancy 00 We have seen thrifty pigs of 150 there was no apparent diminution in
Auction Sales. to 70c ; fair to good, :30 to 40c ; pines, 9 the of the
pounds each that from the time they swarming myriads pests.
E. L. Goodsell, New York: to 22c. While vegetables have arrived .
freely) this week, most of the were weaned until they reached the --
boxes Florida fruits very JKNOS
i April 4.-oOO : Seminole.part ant( l beans have been of (poor quality, and above weight, had no othor food than If you had to believe all that other
arriving steamship
Orange*, bright express :3.20 to 2.20; oranges, have consequently sold low. Receipts what they "rooted" (for in the peanut people say in their own favor you

russets, :3.20) to 2.10; tangerines, half of tomatoes have increased rapidly, auddl'Clhu..l fields. The virtues and value of the would soon be obliged to do some

boxes, 2.50 to 1.50.( Oranges brights prices somewhat still I they are nuts does not even stop here. A large lying on your own account or else fall
is also
for choice stock. Cabbage
and russets, quality and bad order nigh behind in the
i poor
of the "off color" or
3.00 3.25 quantity
We to
firm. cabbage
2.00 to t U5c.):: quote ; .__._.._.
---- --e-
April 7.--.')p00 !boxes Florida fruits part t.eets, 1.00 to 1.25: ; peas: 2.00 to 3.00, to- size" nuts are shelled by machineryand
The colonists in Australia
Cherokee. inatoes carriers, 2.00() to 4.00) ; bushel] used for confectionery English
arriving express. steamship crates, 2.00 to :3.00: squash, 1.00 to 1.50 ; purposes. make a goocj salad out of crayfish or
Orange, brights, 3.25: ; oranges, rusts These shells make the best bedding
3.25 to 2.10; grape fruit, 2.45.: Also 781 celery 50 8.00 to 75c to; 10.00.; lettuce 2.00 to 2.50; for cattle and horses that can be found. crawfish. I Here I is a hint to Floridianswho

Havana arriving steamship potatoes, are troubled with "crawfish
I pines express
PALMKH: RIVKNIIUIUI: ) & Co. The shell is a wonderful absorbent of "
Orizaba, 154 to 9) 2 per pine. lands.
all stable liquids and for bedding the
Sgobel & Day, New York: *
shells are durable effective and eco-
April .-1.300 boxes; oranges 1.65; to dian and Halifax River, fancy, :3.50 to According to Farm Life green corn
3.90; navels, 2.40 to 2.;)p0; grains fruit 2.:;p0 4.50; choice. 2.50 to :3.00; other sections' nomical. It is therefore from "start to is rendered hard by overcooking.
to 3.62. 1M, liG, 200'14. brights 3.00 to 3.50: ; ditto, finish, a truly wonderful and unique Keep in the pot or steamer only till

April 0.-(900) )( boxes oranges 1.35 to russets, 2.75 to 3.00; large fruit 1.50 to crop. It fits into the Southern soil the milk sets. To be nice and tender

3.85; navels, 2.6.; grapefruit, 3.25; half 1.75: grape fruit good bright, 2.50:> to and labor very nicely indeed.-Rich
boxes tangerines, :50 to ?5c. 3.00; russets, 1.00 to 1.;;. Cabbage, medium mond boil small ears one minute and largerones

South Water Street Auction, Chicago: size hard heads, 3.00 to 3.50)(); light Progress. twice as long.

and leafy, 1.50 to 2.00; cauliflower (ship -- -e- ._ ..
March 29.-California seedlings, culls, Making Shoos Waterproof.Shoes -* *---
1.25 to 1.80: ; Florida oranges, 1.30: to by express), 10.00 to 15.00; egg plants, The Illinois Central sends
a man
good color, 10.00 to 14.00; beets, per can easily be made water

2.55.'March 20. Navels, 2.00 to 2.10 ; Florida bunch Oc to 12c ; tomatoes, good size I proof and snow-resisting by the aid ofa South every year to instruct shippershow

-1.00 to 2.20. and color, carriers, 3.50 to 4.50: ; ditto I. little paraffin dissolved in benzine. A to pack their produce. How

oranges, : bu. crate, 2.00 to a.roi j green peas, if. would it strike those thoughtful
April 3.-Los Angeles oranges 1.50 to and good condition, hUe crate, very little paraffin is needed, and only

2.75ll'Ht'Iina; : oranges,. 1.20 to 1.50. young 4.00 to 5.00; string) beans, young, green enough benzine to dissolve it and officers to send a "spotter" over their

April 5.-214 boxes* California seedlings and free of spots, hUt crate 3.00 to 4.00; make it flow easily. The preparationcan road once in a while, to report and

(culls) 1.05 to 2.00.()() based squash, per bit. crate, 1.50: to 2.00; now be brushed over the uppers and discharge employes who smash crates?
to-day on
April 5.-Prices ruling bbl., :5.00 to 8.00; strawberries _...,
Barnard, Edward:: & Co's bales are as potatoes per even the soles, and as it dries almostas
:35c to 50c
refrigerators qt.
per Many broken
Rivers, choice to fancy, fast the shoes arc
follows : Indian do not as put on, are readyfor
crates ship.
oiwm l clown from overwork or household careLHro'u'
3.25 to 4.00 ; fair to good. 2.75 to 3.00. HKDFIKLD & SON. wear without any delay. The par- Iron Bitters: nduildithe

Floridas round bright, desirable sizes, -*-.-. ffin presents a firm waterproof surface, .,.KB, ahN dlfettion. removes cxcta of tile,
2.75: do 90 to 120,1.50 to 2.00; (10,
2.50 to ; and malaria t.\f'tho genuine.
To Fruit Growers.The and does not look amiss although i it wee
poor to fair, defending>> on condition, ... ...
75cto 1 1.25. California, fnnc"ash.. attention of our readers is called! will not take a shine like unprepared
The Iaine.ertilizer Co's office at
navels, 3.00 to 3.50: ; good to choice 2.50 to to the advertisement of the IHymyer leather. But it will resist any amountof Jacksonville, at the suggestion of their
Works Co. of Cincinnati, ,
and Iron ,
::1.00; fancy R'iverside see(1lini,128 in this issue Their wet and is very convenient i in New York office and their New York

216 suet;. 2.00 to 2.25: ; do 250; to 300 which Zimmerman appears Evaporators for Fruits' and snowy weather. The preparation differs agent, will inaugurate a system of cut
sizes 1.75 to 2.00 ordinary seedlings,
rates all agricultural chemicals after
Vegetables have for many years beenlookt""tl from the bulk of water-proofers,
2.25 to 1.00.
15th. This will be
purely an
the Standard Machines.
Blake & Itf pier, Boston : upon as in that instead of making the leather experiment. You had better take advnntagt .
4. Florida 1.62 to 3.12; Parties In want of Evaporating machinery stilt and hard it makes it soft t
April -
will do well to write for their very I of it while it !lasts. See ad.. on
}txmieJos ps, 2to 2.75.:; and pliable. The mixture can be ap, page SC4.THE ( 1.
S. C. Cook, Philadelphia ; catalogue.




Vi'! cell crops!! upon which the effect of potash "CENT-A-WORD" COLUMN.
] s all eous. has been studied. Potash, while needed flLORtDA iSPATCH 'yGROWrt1 ...

for all cultivated crops! has been csi>eci- 1 To insure insertion in this column advertise-

WEATHER AND CROPS. ally beneficial to corn, tobacco, hemp, VARIIERVR9'lOr3SU3ATCCMSw&NCf menta must be accompanied by the money.
sorghum, fruit trees, etc. Experiments UM Advertisements must not exceed fifty words
received in
Postage SUmps payment.
For tho Week ending April lOth. are also quoted showing the effect of -- -- -- -- ---- --- ---- -- -- Count every word,including name and address.

potash salts, and especially of kainit, as S. POWERS, Publisher. I
Western District Warm, dry weather insecticides and fungicides, destroyingwire -- ._,----- --., ORANGE. POMELO and LEMON BUD WOOD,
all the week. No rain reported except "worms scale, &grubs, etc., and entirely -- I full lint jf Citrus Fruit Trees for sale
TERMS OF Belle lew Fla. *
.20 of inch at Cerro Gordo Holmes
an preventing the much: dreaded "cotton One Year .. ....u..n........... ......12.00 ------- -
county, on the 6th. Heavy dews occurred blight.[ A 8iKcial chapter is added to tho For Six WK have 5.000 Hart's Tardlffand Mediterranean

on several mornings which were pamphlet, in which the principles of pot- Sweet bnds, 5 to 8 feet high,well
equal in effect to light showers in places.All ash fertilization are briefly discussed and In I'oreign Countries 3- branched, sweet stock at 30 cents Other varieties
in all cash In advanceNo Write for list.
Subscriptions canes cheap. price
crops reported to be doing well and the quantities to be applied per acre paper sent for less than that henceforth. No LARK KKOIOX NURSERY Co.,
the weather was just the kind needed for .given. discount allowed on one's own subscription but .-8-6t Auburndale. Fla
their advancement. Corn, which had The contains instructive to all postmaster and agent a liberal cash commission
will be given an all subscriptions obtained !; ORICAT BARGAINS Alearinggrovesouthside -
suffered from cold wet weather, has
illustrations copied from the Experiment by them. Write fur terms. lake (front one mile from town, frost.
about recovered and is now making a Station bulletins, which show the effect proof. Also very fine strawberry and vegetable

good, healthy growth. Cotton plantingis of potash! upon corn, hemp and ]potatoes land. Send for circulars. J. L. DRRIEUX, Lake.
i'itiMiiTM: orrin.To : land. Fla. 4-8-rt
well underway and the fruit crop continues and tho effect of kainit against

promising, >> orchards "cotton every new subscriber we will send postpaid -
blight. BALK-To Close Partnership. acres
considerable l "
have fruit. .a copy of Whitner"Gardening In Florida, half of
dropped> The pamphlet deserves the careful. Hammock Pine Land, each high
Rains would now be beneficial to gar study of intelligent farmer who' a valuable manual for beginners.Itatca and health, good water, well and springs
every 6
orange, 700 trees, to r.
dens and field crops. Highest tempera wishes to derive profit from the use of old ; two miles of San Antonio, five miles of
ture 84; lowest 50; average, 72. No fertilizers. of Advertising on Application.IIK3I1TTANCKS Dade City. For particulars address Postofflce

rain except 20 at Cerro Gordo. : Box 27, Dade City. 48TIIK -at

Northern District-No rain reported Spraying Fruit Trees. : UNKNOWN PKA.-The best Cow Pen

for thisdistrict except a sprinkle at Lake Postal Note grown. Have grown them.for several years.
That there is great benefit to IK derived Should be made by Check Money
City on the 4th. The excess of temperature Order, or Registered Letter to order ofFLOKIDA 1 l.soper bushel. W. II. J.luJf.
was (greater in this section than in from spraying fruit trees and vines 4-8-tf Mannville, Putnam Co., Fla
for the destruction of insect and .
pests ,..tllJllI' .. '')
other portion of the State. At ,
any t
TO TRADK.-Good Strawberry
for the of fruit and I leaf WANTED
Jacksonville the excess for the week was j FRUIT alto"nrin.' for a good Horse and Wagon. Address
blight there i is no longer a question or Box 26, Lawtey Fla. 4-841
:51 degrees; there was an excess for
__ ___
doubt. It i in an al solute necessity if one Jacksonville Fla. u. -
every day of the week, the I least being WILL send book telling how to have stock
would grow ,good fruit. lly spraying __ __ A I my
4 and the 11 degrees. These the in Florida
greatest desired to
. come sex anyone
much finer and better ". - - "
conditions were favorable for and one gets larger, for one dollar and guarantee it a :
which needed crops warmth flavored fruit, more of it and much) ; Ti 'I'II I Ip,4 purchaser is not satisfied with the information
especially corn
higher prices and tho trees and vines .. !. h will return the money and they may keep the
and sunshine. This crop is reported to T book. W. G TILOHMAX, Palatka, Fla. 4-l-Jt
in much thriving and ..
are kept more
be later than usual but prospects are tri -- -- -- ---- -
healthy condition on account of the foliage QUEEN SUCKKRS-First-clasa
favorable for Irish EGYPTIAN
good -
a potatoes
crop. I Wing kept free from insects; blight, I every particular;fifteen thousand for sale
are much improved. Strawberriesand Now that know that on dock at Eden; July delivery; prices, reasonable -
etc. spraying
garden truck are now being mar- we on application. ST. GEORGE RATnaoluCB.n ,
keted in considerable quantities. Showers 'Where next important question is, ulab Place. Eden,on Indian. River Fla. 4*I-St
shall the outfit -- --
we get proper
would be beneficial to especiallyon i
crops COCHINS, Pennsylvania Price
kind and PARTRIDGE
for doing this \vrrk: and what
I ,
high lands Highest temperature. layers Eggs for hatching|i for
01: lowest, 50; average, 72; trace of quantity of spraying mixture shall we 13 W. 8. FUNK Lawtey, PIa. 3->3-6t

rain. CAMPHOR TRKKS--Handsomest Ornamental
Central District-No rainfall reported out. .A. J BEACH & BON, Pa

for this district. The conditions generally I "OUR RELIABLE INCUBATOR" talks, Fla.. -- 3-3S-gtFIN'
about the tamo as for the
; AD AKA and RIPLKY QUBUN pineapple -
Will be In constant at the
western and northern districts except Exposition.nitration The mot practicalmachine plants Write to II. L. BBEUAN Or.

that the excess of temperature was not ever ndereil" the |toiiHry fraternity.Send4cKtammfordescrljttlvpcatalopne.' lando. Fla. 3-25..5t

BO great. ) *TWILL SALK clntAI'-N Double Corn Cultiva-
The rainfall during March was not f BO (PAY" t OC. "40YanUnf High ClaM FOR for riding or walking 6 blades, shields,
Poultry, 40: Illustrated" catalogue
in this section in of 4 i poultry etc. KRXEST BOVNTON, Archer: Fla. 3-3-4t
heavy as some parts
FREE. IMialle Incubator & Brooder Co.; _. ,.-
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the State and a few correspondents mention I :
slight injury to seine especially
crops iVt with or without 80 acres and Improvements
garden truck, on account of ; no encumbrance or competition; (
drought. Orange groves are reported to --- -- good opening for mill man. N A. VUROASOX
C. Palmer. I. II. Rivenburg, A. w. Frost Lake Como Fla. 33 4t.
be looking well and some growers who t fittablUhed 1869.
are prepared for it have irrigated their A NEW CASH REGISTER for Erg; also Force
groves with good results. An inch of Palmer, Rivenburg & Company, Pump 'for spraying orange trees }j. GBR-
IAN DRUG STORE,Jacksonville Fla. 4-8-3
rain, well distributed, would prove very Successors to G. S. Palmer.

beneficial at this time. Highest tern- i i FLORIDA'S advantages for small Investments,
I Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission
perature, 92; lowest 50; average, 71. No Estate Journal" Arcadia Pta
rainfall. )Merchants. ?" I.OQ per year: sample, with state map, 10 cents

Southern District.-No rain fell during ILf i Hilt ltr the week. Temperature nearly normal -- -_. -- -- FANCY PIG F.ONS-Bought.sold exchanged.
and about the amount of sun for what you want. Stamp for reply.
average B. PRESLEY &, CO.
LLOYD GRANT, Lady Lake Fla. ?-s3-S2t
Crops are in good condition andgrowing

well, but would be sorncwl'at LEADING MURSHRY STOCK. All leadingvarletkoranges .sweet
improved by rain. Vegetables being ** on sour stocks fine healthy cheap.

shipped in large quantities from some use:" These arc fair questions and FLORIDJORJNGE DEALERS -KRNEST- BOYNTOX, Archer... _.Fla.- _.----3-11-141. -

sections and are bringing good price easily answered. There are several HALL'S RODS AND COMPASSES are the

Highest temperature l>> 86; lowest, :51; makes of spray pump advertised in OF TILENORTHWEST instruments made for prospectors,miners
our columns, prominent whichis and treasure seekers. Address P. & M.
average 73. No rain reported from this among
AOENCY, Box 13 Backmanville, Pa. J-2)-9t
district except trace nt Key West the \ Pump illustrated ..
manufactured --------- -
E. R. DKMAIN, Director. above, by the P. C. Lewis ST. PAUL MINN. KNOWING our Soft Phosphate to be valuable

Manufacturing Company, of Catskill, N. -- -- --- -- and for the purpose of giving
Potash in Y., who are pioneers in tho spray pump farmers and fruit growers: a chance to test it at
Agriculture. The wonder small cost we will deliver it f.o. b. can in aoo-
The pamphlet "Potash in Agriculture' business. Spray Pumii\ has JAMES STEPHENS & SONS., pound sacks at 60 cents per sack. COWZ.ES&JORDAN -
been the market for the
on past eight or FERTILIZER Co., Barlow, Fla. 2-2-33-14
by the German Kali Works
published and is sold -
ten years, entirely on its
New York, is in tho main a special compilation merits. The manufacturers have such EGGS FOR HATCHING of fifteen varieties": .

of results of crop experiments faith in this pump that they guarantee FRIES St. Nicholas. 2-2Mt

with potash salts and is collected from absolute satisfaction or money refunded), FRUIT DEAUE S, FOR SALK for cash,time or trade,orange groves

the publications of Experiment Stations.It and prepay express.; It is endorsed b y' and Umber lands. 1:. RUM LEY, Keuka,

has been written for the purpose of the leading. entomologists and agriculturists 347 and 319 llroadway Fla. 3lli6tflLGHMAN'S

enabling the cultivator to study the effects of the United States. This CONDITION POWDERS will

of potash upon crops in various being made of brass will last a lifetime.It pump. A.- ivo- : AIM-Y-, icisw- -YOHIC.- -- A make any animal eat and grow fat.They have
sections and soils of the country. A makes three machines no equal for chickens, and are a sure cure for
glanceat the contents of tho pamphlet will complete andis Hatch Chickens by Steam. salt sick cattle. For sale everywhere in Florida.
guaranteed to do as much and as Sample packages sent by maUt for 35 cents. W.
show that|potash plavsan important partin good work as other outfits costing $10 to IMPROVED EXCELSIOR INCUBATORWill G. TILOIIMAX Palatka Fla. 1.J&.utA'

the nutrition of plants and from the $15:) each. This firm also issues a !handsome do. ...It..rltpl Thousands. 'rtutn tD'ai snooerdul vrI ffraal.Uuu9.I.ow.st operatkJD. -- .I

emphatic statement> of Prof. Whitcher, catalogue which will IHJ sent free. ., fll"llt-da..Uakber mule.

of New Hampshire, Prof. Atwater. of This book is full valuable informationon irarre (puuanteedtohatchalarterpercmawtaof .
f ert ale*rts at.!ks4 art than any otbvr.
Connecticut, Prof. Scovell,of Kentucky, this important{ work and should bo in a.D4 k foe Ulna.UUlcg... fatd.U.fcTAHL,if**.,;,IU. SPRAY4

and others", it must be concluded that tho hands of all who are interested in -
the amount of potash used upon the raising good fruit. CHICKEN-HATCHING BY STEAM

farm has been insufttcientand the disappointments ( t i MADE BY

in the use of artificial ma- The Sun ; THE DEWING
Juno says one grower near CO.
nurvs were mainly due to this fact. ''damp e.e."oCop.rauou. ...h"\.
The text of the pamphlet is arranged: Lake Worth made a profit of $338 on ,nuab1.1 fuy&lU&fed. SALEMOH'O.'

under various headings, indicating the a plot of celery 26 feet square. wend Betel Co.Mfrs ua.Quuaq CataJoC-'t',ULVA4 Gtoa. Write for Catalogue tad TREATUC ox I'...1'ln2G0



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For the purpose of helping to better the interests of all concerned 1 in the marketing of the crop of Florida oranges, and creating some needed reforms in the present
system of distributing the crop,! have opened an office at No. 94 West Bay street, Jacksonville, Fin. (Transportation How), and also in the principal markets of the East
and West at tho addresses given below.I .
firmly believe that with many improvements on the present system! pact of which are stated below, together with the management, as a business man I am
capable giving to the details of this business, that the orange crop Florida can be dfeiascd of to betttcr advantage than is the case at present.
Believing in the auction system I have arranged to havo all shipments intrusted to my cure sold at auction at each point I ship to. Each shipper's account bales
will be accompanied with a price catalogue showing tho results made.
When shit! I will sell hero in Jacksonville, at auction or at private sate as I may be directed. ''' ing elsewhere, the condition of tho various
markets will be studied and tho oranges sent to which ever point promises to i pay the beet prices. These will be ascertained by daily reports from Boston, New York,
Philadelphia and Chicago. .
k All fruits for Western markets will bo started to Chicago, and diverted by my representative. there while in transit, to which ever of tho other Western points
promises better prices.All .
shortages, after the fruit reaches Jacksonville, will be guaranteed<< by me.
Shipijers' wishes as to destination of fruit will always be complied with.
Stencils furnished free of charge, but shippers having one bearing my name and stencil number, can use that part of the stencil, but not tho part reading
"New York."
By an arrangement with the railroad and transportation companies, all fruit bearing my name will come to Jacksonville, and sent to the beet market from here,
solid carloads only being made up for Western points, giving my shippers tho benefit of the carload rate. -
On receipt of the oranges hero and on the same day n check for from 75 cents to $1.00 per box will go; to each shipper, the amount of the advance being determined
. by the quality of the fruit and the conditions of the various markets. shippers prefer, a draft can be drawn on me when the fruit is shipped, for 75 cents per box, tho
draft to accompany the bill lading. On receipt of the oranges and after examination, showing the same to be of fair quality agree to pay the same. I reserve tho
right to modify this matter of advances! on giving live days notice.
Believing that it costs fruit shippers too much at present to market their crop and feeling that a fair: profit for me can bo made at a lower rate of commission, I havo
fixed this at six per cent. to cover all charges i except freight and cartage, which shall be actual. A saving of over $140,000 yearly. can thus be made to the orange
growers of}."Florida,
A most important reform I pn>i>oe to carry out, I call your i particular> attention to: The value of a shipper's brand. A name once favorably established in all our .
markets is worth to each shipper and grower as much as a good reputation. Up to the present you are only Known to our buyers by a stencil number-which (is an
injustice to :you. Therefore, let every shipper! put his own name on the ends of the boxes, and this, with the stencil number, win appear on the cataloguo from which our
buyers purcliase tho fruit, enabling each orange grower to establish his name and a reputation for his fruit-which once accomplished, will mean higher results for him
providing ho his fruit carefully and well, and sends only a good finality. As a business man, (dealing largely with Spain and California, many shippers from which
fruit sections have l so established a good name for their brand; as to make it possible for me very often to sell to the buyers on the well known merits of tho brand without
seeing tho fruit I firmly believe that the Florida orange growers' intenta havo been seriously) prejudiced in the l past; by simply knowing a man and his fruit by hisstencil
numlxjr-which is cosily fo },rotton. This I propose to correct in the future, as stated above.
For stencils shipping detail blanks and all further information, please call, when in Jacksonville or address

E. l L. GOODSE1,

94 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla., Transportation Block. P. 0. Box 491.
Main Office 103 Park Place, New York.
Branches at SO Broad Street, Boston Mass. II and 13 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa
104 South Water Street Chicago, III.

Poultry. his fowls insect pests can be kept in to steam and cook, using a 25 gallon Langshans, Indian-Games or Golden
subjection with less trouble here than farm boiler for the purpose. I never Wyandots, which ever suits your

-Edited by E.W.AMSDEN, Ormond, Fla. in the colder States. feed grown fowls but twice a day. At fancy most, you will not make a
For a suitable house. Send ten night they get whole grain and it is mistake if its a general purpose fowl
E. II'. Amsden, &/., Ormond, Fla.: cents to the DISPATCH, FARMER AND strewn all over the yard, and brushedin you want. For eggs, either varietyof
DEAR SIR-Having raised poultryfor i FRUIT GROWER and get the number with my feet. This makes the flock Leghorns or Spangled Hamburgs
years but without system or an eyeto which contains an illustration and description work, which is not only conducive to will suit you.Catalogue.
business, and now desiring to raise of the house we use-a house good health but plenty of exercise. we have sent you, also
poultry for profit, I am willing to pay that is cheap, handy and can be kept This gives not only eggs in quantitybut Farm Poultry. The best book for any
(for what I need of your experience in free of vermin with very little trouble, a good, vigorous chicken hatched. one who expects to use incubators and
Florida. for it can be taken down and apart, Always guard against overfeeding; thatis brooders is Poultry by McFctridgc. .
I. First, I wish to know how to so that every part can be scrubbed.If one of the greatest of evils. The E. W. A.
treat diseases common to Florida poultry the house is sprayed occasionallywith kind of food has a good deal to do Ormond, )1a. .
and how to keep your houses free kerosene emulsion, no lice or with it. As the weather grows warmer '
The common black is better thanno
from mites, lice, etc. mites will trouble it. Kerosene the avoid carbonaceous foods, leave out
bee at all but experience has
Next the variety of feed roost in two weeks and whole if feed proven
2. proper pole3 once corn altogether; you that the Italian is the best for all
health and will trouble have it cracked fine. You pur
for eggs. scaly legs never you. corn can
and the of conversionof
3. The best variety of chickens for Carbolized sulphur is the best thingwe buy all suitable grain prepared in this poses blacks, into Italians process is so simple that
eggs and for market.I have ever tried to dust the fowls.It way, cracked and mixed, and it is good
110 one having black bees should let
shall be pleased to have your general is made by mixing 4 fluid drachms food. One hen may prefer corn, an the season without Italianizing
catalogue and any books or pam of carbolic acid with 10 Ibs. of flour other wheat and still another buck. pass
his entire apiary. When large sec-
phlets you may have on the above of sulphur; it is best to only mix what wheat or barley; by feeding a mixtureall tions have been thoroughly Italianizedthe
named special points, also a sample you want to use at once. may be satisfied. And still another moths and worms are scarcely

copy of "Farm Poultry." I enclose Now as to No. 3, that is the most advantage in cracked grains is, the known, they having been eradicatedby
I5C. in stamps for what you may be important of all questions and we have smaller particles are more difficult to the Italian bees. A frame of comb
pleased to mail to been watching on this line for eight find, and a hen will have to work the filled with the labyrinth of the worms

Very truly yours, years to find out what was most suita harder to get them. We manage to that infest the hives of the black bee
ble for fowls in this climate and at the scatter and work in the sand and trashin will soon be cleaned out and made

In answer to the above letter from same time economical. After many the yards all the grain we feed, and new by inserting it into a hive of Italians.
our correspondent, we could fill a years experimenting we have settled this keeps the fowls always busy, for .
clover of they will scratch as long as a single ... ..
small pamphlet and not be very down on hay as a part one I! I.
t thorough, for what he wants to know meal each day, only when we can get kernel can be found, if not overfed. The buyers generally want Floridas

covers the ground from A to Z. green feed.Ve buy the best clover No. 4. That's owing a good deal as long as they can get them, and
ute As to diseases, there are none hay we can find, cut it as fine as pos how they are cared for-I might say although Florida oranges are bringing
peculiar to Florida. Everything we sible, steep it in boiling hot water for the Langshans and Golden Wyandotswere outside fancy prices, yet choice fine
have here can be found in the North, two hours, then mix it with a varietyof the best for me, but they might not flavored Californias are neglected.-
East or West. So if our friend has ground grain such as you can buyin be for you, for if the Langsfcns are not Philadelphia Grocery World.
kept poultry elsewhere, he will find it the market, always using animal carefully fed they will get too fat, ----- ......i ---_
just as easy in Florida, but there are meal, more or less depending on cir when the same feed given to a Many a man whose poor judgmenthas
points in the feeding and care of fowls cumstances. I make a morning meal Plymouth Rock or Game would not be prevented him from throwing awaya

that are peculiar to a warm climate. of soft food, mix it the night before, too much. If you choose from either little imperfect fruit, has lost many
If he will build a Florida house for and keep it closely covered all night the Barred or White Plymouth Rocks, dollars by his ill-judged economy



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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. no,211 and 214 N. Franklin St.,'Saginaw Fast
guaranteed.Consignment solicited and prompt returns

: a Reference: R. G. Dun & Co., ,Bradstreet'a
1411"\.V' l\IILL l3UI-I'LItE&. Agency; and First National Bank Saginaw I;.
!t\irle. crJI-6mo.
Wo are State' .We Have -- -- .,

Quickest Affonts Ono and for Two the DORSE HAY RAKES FAIR AND SQUARE


I[BUCKEYEMOWERS p. j s ami In Oret stock.trrttd. FRUIT WRAPPERS

Most Attractive t

\ T .- z.1 The able 6 foot for use Is suit In ,
Put up in packages of l.ooo;every sheet numbered
ROUTE ,l row7rf *t clt of '' ORANGE GROVES. consecutively i to 1,000
Mnirrr andJtrwtlr
Low Prices. Good Work. Full Count.
un hand atFactory l Wrifc for Prices.
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cc. 37 Montgomery St.,Jersey City,N.J.
THE 'r ] X ..iS RIS41s G1 PLOWS, ,
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Dixie Cast Plows, and a full line of Farm and Agricultural Implement .

of all descriptions. Agents for the Planet Jr. Horso and Hand Tools, sold FLORIDA ORANGES

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With but one change of sleeper! connect .
also at Atlanta for NKW YORK and KANSAS I
CITY. The Florida Central ami I'enlneuUir SPUCJAL; T\'!
has nearly 7U( )mllea of track running throughtho
Population PI U/AYNP lUTlfAMlT
Tobacco Jlrylont' aoooo. fl. IIAIliL* III Ul A lint
fitock arming ami Dairy Section,
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Orange, llnnann ttnd rtnrnjinlr Country, : :1 .
J'hoinhntr 11.11.Jlf' BATTERSON & CO.,
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Other I'htf"''''''"y. .
The ()rent llnntlnn CotintriJlcnchc /. 1_ -_
*thf otnt! flatting Ground \ -, .-.;: .lilt!" ....-..-- .... _..." .- .Ta;., -:..t"." ;:> General Commission Merchants .,i,
Has the bent land for tillage, irreate \"tul.t -
,.of soils In tho State Dud"00\0 till BUFFALO, N. Y.
Runs over tho Central RldKoIartd II'Lo12IDs1: oi
Where It Is High and Healthy. I I 4"NG"H

Prosperous towns fill its route and It offers And Other Fruit a Specialty.
the best freight facilities for any produce to 'IRRIGATING MACHINERYBOTH
tho Northern markets Wand: for the popular ---- --- -- ----


with, its splrltctl<<( words and beautiful raufc! Boilers
descriptive of an actual Florida Home, nave Carry a stock of Steam Pumps,
which Rotten up In elegant t'lc--t'ax IIClIJeft! -
and Galvanized Valves.
of full slunl 1)8t muffle [) )' ,ntahahifC al,..) Wrought Pipe,
a picture of a homo in Florida and a hunttai
scene. It Is mailed on receipt of lu cents(1ft( Fittings,Hose, Etc. Estimates Lemons, Oranges, Grapes, Poaches,

stamps Send,also to pay for expense the best of man dIMribiition.of Florida) (sent Plants put in complete and guar- Apples, BerrIes, Green and _.j
free)and note tho towns on UM mutt Dried Fruits.Will .
A.O. MAODONKLUH PA., anteed satisfactory. Hand Spraying

Jacksonville Fla. Pumps of every description. Send for pay cash. Send for a Daily. Bulletin.

The Florida Central & Catalogue of How and When to Spray.
Nozzles, Pipe, etc., made to order in our
Peninsular R. R. Co. machine 4449 Cottage Grove Are.,Chicago,III.,
shop. General Produce Corambaioti Merchant and
Offers to ShippersThe Shipper 7-jS-6tno

Shortest and Quickest Route ---- "- 1

BETWEEN -: : W. H. BROWN & CO., \

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With Improved Ventilated Cars, this e<,m- -
panr Is letter equipped<< than ever ever to : : c _:
handle the Orange and Vegetable CntfHi,and<<1 I FLORIDA ORANGES.
insure close connections( it .
prompt despatchto : .. S
all Ilasteru and Western Market i .

Through cars to destination with I ___ _CONSIGNMENTS SOUCITKD.
out change or delay. t j
Perishable freight followed by wlte and Established 1876.McALISTER .
shippers advised tlmt'Ilttplng various junction -
points and arrival at destination. -
All adjusted.claims for overcharge and loss promptly BROS., i

See that your goods: are markedvia ..
F. C. & P. R. R. AGENTS FOR Produce Commission Merchants

, "For Information call on or address the undersigned Ir.NO-vt'hE8' STEM PU1\flS. I
; 829 Liberty Street
Pittsburgh, Pa.
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Between Jacksonville and New York: First-class. Jas-Co; Intermediate, f 19.00; Kxcurslon, 143.50;
Steerage, {12.50. .
Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin, $27.00; Intermediate, |21.00 i Excursion $47030; Steerage >$t4a3
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:

[Central or goO Meridian TIme.J]

Stt0 AUJtult.. '..'.Wednesday March 2d. 8.3oa.m
City or : ...Friday March 24111, n.ooa.m The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -
Kansas City ........................Monday Match 7710 2.00 p.m
Nacoocltee.. ..Tuesday March 28th, 3.oop.ra to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,
City of August...... .................. March 311 s-ooa.ra both
city or Iilrtnlngliain..................,...Sund. ay, April and, 6.30 a.m ways :
Kansas ... : April 4th, 8.ooa.m York.STANDARD( TIME.)
acoorlire. From New From Jacksonville,
City of Augusta... .. 9.ooa.m (Pier 29. K. R.) STKAMKR Florida.
City of llirinlnRliant............. Sunday,, April April nth 9th, li.oop.m Monday Mar. 27th, at 3 pm........ "CIIKROKKK," ......Sunday Apr. 2 d, at 3:00: am
Kansas ... April Mth, I.JOp.m.oo Wednesday, afar a th, at 3 pm..... "YKMASSKK." .......Tuesday, Apr. 4th. at 6JOam
4 p.m Friday. Mar. at ......." 6th at 8:00am
*coo lie*...Sunday April i6th, 5.ooa.m jut, 3 p m. ALGOA'QUIN.Thursday Apr. :
City of Augusta ......Tue-day, April iSth. Monday. April Ad, at 3 pm..SHUNOLU..H..Sunday. Apr.9th.atlo:30am
City or lUrmliiRliam. 7.oop.m Wednesday April 5th, at 3 pm........." IROQUOIS".Tuesday. Apr. 11th. at nso: n'n
Kansas City........... .............................. ...................Sunday,,April April ait tad\,12.00 9.JOa.m n'n Friday April 7th, at 3 pm........"CHKKOKKB," ...... ThursdayApr., at lyopm
Nacoorhre.............................Tuesday, April nth, 2.00 p.m )Monday April loth,at 3 pm..YHMASSItU..Sunday" Apr. i6th, at 4: oa mWednesIayAprit
nth at ...... ... ...Tuesday tSlh at :
City of Augusta ...Friday, April Jhth, i 3 pm. ALGONQUINt Apr. 5:30am
City of lUrmingliani. ......*......... .......... ..... Sunday April joth, 4.00 5.000.111 p.m Friday April nth at 3 pm... ...... 'SEMINOLE.Thursday" Apr. loth,at 7.30&: mTuesday
(IAprill8th.at 3 pm.......... IROQUOIS"....'....Sunday. Apr. aid, at HOT: to
FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. Friday, April ai tat 3 p m."CIIEROKIE.Thursday. ,Apr. 27th, at aoo: p'mpra
City or Savannah..........................?.....................Thursday, March Jjd, 9.30 a.m Tuesday, April 35th, at 3 ........ "ALGONQUIN.. ,.... Sunday, Apr.JOth, at 4:00: a m
(late City. March ;ioih, 4.30 p.m Friday, April 78th,at 3 P m.. ....... IROQUOIS,".. ..... Thursday, May 4th,at 7-t>0 a m
City of "'+ April 6th, 8.3o..m -
OateCIt)". Thurr.dayApril'3th, joopro ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.For
City of Savannah' April 2oth, 8.Jo..m .
CUte City. ......_. Thursday.April 27th, 3.30 p.m
FROM SAVANNAH TO PHILADELPHIA.This Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on

( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.) the St. Johns River.

Dessoug .............Saturday, March iftth\ 5.30 p.m *
) ..... Tuesday, March aSth. 3.oop.m The elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers
Dessouc......?. Friday April 7111,9.00 a.m
lirssoiic...... Monday, April.7th. 6.00 p.m "Ci1y of J'noICN01"1"'V"ille,"
I)e*.oug.... .. .... ..... ... ... ........ .... ....Thursday, April 27 3.00 p.in Capt. W. A. SHAW."rred'1c .

Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line), offer to the Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville daily; except Saturday at 3.30 p. m., and from Sanford
Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. at
daily, except Sunday, 9 a. m.
Through Ticket and Bills of' Lading issued to principal 1 points North Hast and Northwest via
Sannnah. For Information and rooms apply to General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville
B. R. PRICK Soliciting Agent W. II. LUCAS Fla. Pass. Agent, JOHN I.. IKMYAHl), Florida Freight Agent, foot Laura Street,Jacksonville Fla.
77 West Day Street, Jacksonville. 77 West Bay Street JacksonvilleR. F. 31. inONMOMJKll.: Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 8S West Day St.. Jacksonville Fla.
,. WALKKR.Agent C. G.ANDERSON, Agent MAKS1IALL II. CI.YIH:, Assistant Traffic )Manager Bowling Green New York.
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1. D. HASH AC KN, astern Agent, Sav., Fla. k: Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadwa
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306 Washington sU, Boston. W. II. R1I1JTT. General Agent ,
For Tickets apply to S.. P. & W.Railway office. 317 Broadway New York. 19 South ielawaretvenne, Philadelphia. S Howling Green, New York.


the Orange Grotrcn and Market Gardeners of Florida:

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


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

becomes gradually! available. Experts certify to its having a value as plant food green as it comes from the mine, of over $25: per ton as compared with com-
mercial acidulated fertilizer, and no danger in its use. The analysis of our Soft Phosphate, as given by Serge Malyvan, of Ocala, is as follows :

Insoluble Silicate and Sand.... .. .. .. .... .18.761 Phosphoric Add.................. ... .... 77.631 Oxide of Iron .... .. ...... ................ .741 Magnesia and Soda .......... ..... ..... '..59
Carbonate Lime......... .... .... .. ...*..... 4.56,! F.quiv.leut to Bone Phosphate Lime.........60.70 !I Aluminum ... ... ....................... 9.071 Moisture...... ............. .. ............... 6.53
He says your Soft Phosphate, referring to the Belleview Soft Phosphate, will be soluble by gradual steep, under influence of rain water, provided it is per
fectly burnt and pulverized in f line powder.
Serge Malyvan says that after annI.zingmplC8 of Soft Phosphate from different mines throughout the State that the only solublo Soft Phosphate is con

tamed in an area of about six miles at and around Belleview.
The Belleview Soft Phosphate is especially good for ]beach, pear and orange trees grape vines and strawberries, and for cotton and corn it has no equal.
The analysis of our Soft Phosphate shows that every element it contains is absolutely essential as plant food, and every intelligent man will see the importanceof

buying plant food at so little cost per ton.
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cotton over the cotton seed while it gave four from the sixteen rows that had soft phosphate on my experiment, and your phosphate has ad
More About Soft Phosphate.The times the yield over the same land without any I it as I did from the next thirty rows. The corn vanced In their estimation.
to soft is fertiliter. Rev. T.W Moore of Leesburg lookedat did not dry: up any 'for want of rain as the rest of Very truly yours,
in phosphate
'following regard this crop while in full fruitage and he said thatat the crop did. I am well pleased and will use it Rev. F. R. HoUtAJtTILLMAX
taken from the Gainesville Sun: that time that the cotton fertilized by this soft this year on all my crop. -
That soft phosphate is rapidly gaining favor phosphate had three times more fruit on it than I
with, the fruit and vegetable growers there is no that fertilized with cotton seed. Thinking this BRBVARD Co., FLA., Oct. 7.1892.
sort of doubt. Those who have given it a test mr- estimate may have been a little high I put it as CEDAR KEYS, PLA., Dec.' ai, 1892. Co D. SMITH President Belleview Phosphate.
hesitatingly speak of it in the most complimentary above, but I am free to admit that be is a better Jacksonville Florida:
terms Mr. George Saxon, writing from judge of such matters than I am." C. D. Smith,President Belleview Mining Com DEAR SIR-Myself and ne'ghbors think there
Tallahassee,says: J. T. Smith writing from Levy county,says: "I pany is nothing made that will compare with the
The soft phosphate referred to In the granulated put soft phosphate on sixteen rows of corn last DEAR SIR-Yours of ijth received. It givesme Belleview Soft Phosphate(or young or old orange
article containing the elements of ground bone springin aboutafouracrefieldofcornonaboutanaverage : pleasure to state that I have used nothing but trees. Combined with potash it is also good for
and jo per cent phosphate of lime(bone phosphate quality of the land. I broadcasted the the Belleview Soft Phosphate on my grove thepant vegetables as a base. I raised the finest egg
)crude as it comes from the mine. This soft phosphate over the land,after breaking it up year,pnd I have been more than satisfied plants I ever saw, using Soft Phosphate (rftly.
ott phosphate was put upon cotton last year well, at about two tons per acre. Then I harrowed with the resrlts. The trees are looking as well It will make orange trees fruit heavily and hold
alongside of cotton seed as fertilizers and the result this in. I did not measure the yield onlyin as they have ever looked-even when I used expensive the fruit. Respectfully,
was fully,or more than double, in yield of my cart as I gathered it. I got as much corn fertilizers. Many persons have heard of G. W.JDK...

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

Xox to :n, Uxndxlodf: IXTL I-Sullc, a m a $x.00
r ox ton, DrIed, ixi. 33vs.llcX a 8 G.oo .
ox? ton Burnt Qxovxxic3 RX1d. SooJccCl, a '.OO

Put up in 200-pound sacks. Orders for less than one ton, 50 cents per ton extra. Terms, cash with order. Send orders, and apply) for further particulars,

testimonials, freights, etc., to J

(L B. $SMITH President and general agager. Jacksonville Fla.THE ,


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

enormous cuts on all FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER MATERIALS. They have a large quantity of all fertilizer materials in stock at Jacksonville,

having laid in a full supply of Sulphate of Potash, German Kainit, Nitrate of Soda, Animal Bone, Blood and Bone, Acid Phosphate, Dissolved Bone,.

0. S. G. Lime, etc., of the very highest grade, in the very best mechanical condition.
They commence their big cuts on fertilizer materials on December 15th, 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 bo of the very highest standing and

giving the very highest tests and valuations. Bringing their goods down in large quantities schooner, and at reduced freight rates, and handlingthem j

practically without any costs for drayage, and their storage facilities being of such an excellent nature, having both water facilities and a private

track with all the railroads, they arc 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 a wonderful extent, they intend giving Florida buyers fill the

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

11 to $2.50 per ton less than the present quotations.

Remember these cuts commence December 15th and may stop at any time, therefore parties wishing tp buy at cut rates should M'Otllll their inquiries at once. They will never
arain be able to buy Fertilizers at tho'e exceedingly low prices unlcs this company should again take a notion to cut the prices,a thing which is seldom done In fertilizer business,it
being attempted for the first time by tbls.enterprlsing company as a trial and as an advertisement.
Address all communications

60 West Day Street Jacksonville, Fla., or to :35 J: H road way. New York City, or to Messrs, Walsh & Cragin, Special Agents, 16 Franklin Street, Now York City.

President. Vice-President.
Cashier. Assistant Cashier.
CAPITAL $100,000. I

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Orange Grower.
Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General

Bonking Suslness.CORRESPONDENCE .
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FIRM\ FRUIT that holds,on until it is
a healthy vigorous growth of
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DII21. .J."OIlS s both and fruit the results
I tree arc reported by large fj
John L. Marvin A. B. Campbell Chas. Marvin, t
Jas. P. Tallaforro T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald, and experienced planters in Florida who are using
W. B. Clarkson C. B. Rogers, W. M. Davidson? I
Dr. H. Robinson. John E. Hartrldge.- ; this popular Fertilizer. It supplies to the tree at the

-- proper time, in the proper form, and in the proper

_, TO ALL BUYERSOF proportions, all the elements to bring perfect, healthy ,i 'I
:' ; } J- maturity. '

__ HACCO GROWER arc also special complete Fertilizers, I

,1 ___ ATTENTIONS! carefully and scientifically compounded for the purposes r

I ___ mentioned, and are extensively used in Florida. lJowKElt'S *
TJKRKAKTHR all fowl seats
1,1 from my yards by express, SQUARE AND POTASH a happy
.4 will go at one-half the. former combination for those requiring these Ingredients.
rates-a great saving; to my custom
t era. This is byr special l arrangement Chemicals at market rates.
and is confined to
r fowls from yards.
c. my '
s We are the largest breeders ot Send for Illustrated Catalogue, Free.
r thoroughbred poultry in Florida.
,Come for our and illustrated see our catalogue stock or send and BOWER FERTILIZER l A. M. BOND, CEN'L ACENT, :.'
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t Y and Done Mills, Clover Cutters
i' Wire Netting,Desiccated Fish and'I i
... Dolled Bloou and Bone to make
hens lay. \

W. AMSDEN by the

T _._ __Ormond. _, Fla_ L B. Darling Fertilizer Co. i",


0. B. WEEKS, State Agent, Jacksonville, Fla., ;

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