Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00283
 Material Information
Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title: Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title: Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: S. Powers
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 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: UF00055765:00283
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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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Will take K. R.fare from bill of tree to alt who will come to Nur,ery and purchase to amount I
ol double R. R. fare. Come during fruit M>U.OII. To those who cannot come will send sample i Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
of fruit and cut l'01't'Ion receipt of IOC per kind to pay po packing, etc Fruit crop large and
complete of varieties adapted to Florida. Send for Samples and know what to expect: from : ,
tree you buy. Specialties', :-Japan I'lum. Japan Persimmons Peaches, Tearand Grafted Roes' :.: '\Vlct 'l' 13.Y pr... J.'\..<.:'J< ON'P J t4J41-C. 11'J.44'\...
.'rkc.U.t Oil apph Uon. Pomona Wholesale Nurseries.W. I

D. GRIFFING, Proprietor. We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeds. A Complo Stock of

,1u.t/. l'lti.ECONOMIC.
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Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal,
have nC'Rrlyatl!'
DO YOU KNOW"the ; 11)IAIUlauf Cotton Seed Meal Both and Dark.
4 'I topics and warm climates of the I I world ;f Bright
MR / that the .sent me just broached by our Hotticul I
UU YOU KNOW turi"t'AI already IIUiMn !
t in our establishment' > Some Florida people up to H LI 11IIU FACT I hTATK: ACKNTH FOR pURE GROUND BONE
I .r the time know this, and are quietly taking advantage of the opportunity I
f of getting rare plant, of us. We can supply Aloe' Uanilwo. Camphor Cinnamon Ttjgeil-JUlen Fertilizer Co.
G ,Coffee )alhe la. Kxcuecaris, I' cus. < amt>oget Hemp(Si*a1)), Iron- I NITRATE SODA,
,. bark Jujub Kola, logwood Mahogany. Nutmeg. Olive,Orange/ I'epper.Ouercus .
tip : Kicr-i I)8IM'r.: Strychnine Tea upas Vanilla. ax-myrtle, \ylov Star Brand Fertilizers lBPr' MURIATE OF POTASH
w ma, Yucca Zingiber plants and hundred of others.I '. |

I Send for our large catalogue,which tells all about it.IUASOMK. OUAKANTItKU ANAr.Y,JS. 1PK SULPHATE POTASH,

: ; nitos., oneeo, Fin.
Tree and
Orange Vegetable r \
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Thee Fertilizers have nofeupetior' : in the market au.ta trial will convince.
CONCH PEAS Semi for Catalogue free<<
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p If you want y'ourgrounl covered during tho hot summer months' you can Milwaukee Florida Draqge CD.

do no better tlmu plant this variety. Plant ono quart: per nero.c. .
1 $ tC'dC'strain"' of Choic'u4 Varietic ol Citrin Fruit Tree a Specialty
..)ats't4tcaulc I... 11'.1.00 ft'cai.. ''.00.11.... JhuMinK"\\'ood for mile at all time
Our stock is large and complete I'ROMPT" ATTKN; nON TO CORRF.SlHJNnHNCH.
Pint, 20 gate ; quart: 10 cent, pent-paid ; peek $1.00; bushel, $lt.7A, by For Catalogue 1t11C11'ricrla.t. address"

freight. or oxprowi" not Postpail.t <<1. A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin Fla.

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t Ciar large and Unknown Stuck Whippoorwill fees at'r.3oper, H. G. HASTINGS & CO., SHORT FORM (Approved)

bushel, r. o.b.

Intorlachen, Fla. Warranty, Quit Claim and Mortgage Deeds,
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NURSERIES "emu. Je.. CII.II..u. lrcn'ttal:a lisl.l

Contain a plat and description of the Choicest and Most!' I'roHtabletirietie' ot the Citrus ObI
I'analy, which we have selected from over one hundred different varieties grown, and te''-te in our extensive experience of seventeen yenra. We carry one of will ]lilt for. (.nntt1rit! +s.

Tho Largest Stocksf of Citrus Trees in the United States.Send GEO. W. HASTINGS,

for circular Address Mf.o.i Ant. F3IERCG.I Intc-rhu-lien) l Florida
Sunwt (till ukeCo.Fla. ----

: PRAYYOURTREES.$ urautentp spra Pu mJaS5.5$ 0

AUTOMATIC Mixen for'20.kit. Chtaptit. and Eatittt working Spray Jump nunit, Kntlonwd .
I bf the leading ).nWmolapttstsoftheU.s. A I'aaaauelirdliooi (worth |4JCOurtntttt
An iBwrporattxl Homo Awtooiatloti of Ontnjro, (Imwem for marketJny FkirMa Fruit to the FM' "girtn totatk purc 4"r. 9ATIarAcriONQIIAKANTXZAOltMOfl!' :.: Riruif: .
Over(IUUxllnuse.( ) IHHtMrmrrtwtntl&itot'tcrtrZtn. Insect' IxMit advantage.-AUTIIOItIYHU CAPITA ItHMiU.' cat.uuiprartugree..Iknttaripuptr |-. 15. LKWla:>* Mtf'U CO., Calaklll.H. bi,
IKX THUI.\I'fho Kxi-hatiKO Is fully 1)l"t'llUft'tl l tu tntppiy IKIXM and paK| on .
[\ order Write for price/ !lit and terruM. -- --
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prr ASH
(1HO. K.FAIIIIIANK8. I'rt+rident. I). (1KRKNI.KAF. Vlco l'resl+irnt..1I.III31lT31.IV1 .
Oon'l Mjrr.and Trm. M. P. TL UN Kit, Sm'tary.IIHHCTlKSS .
; ().lt. }'aJrLanklllat.'hu3 Co.; H.: 0. Hill, llradfcmlC! ; Ur. K. K. Pratt Are nece nary to produce large crop of good quality-
IiIlW+uro Co.; John C love, Luke Co.; Ity Cnltcher Omngc Co.; l). Ul't'enttlt\r UU\-'al Co.; High and Low Grade Sulphate of Potash, Muriate of Potash and Kalnit.
n. )(. ilaer UU\'W ('0.. t. Itnuly nre'"ard L'o.: F. (1. t+ampson. Iarlon ('0, ; t!'. 1'. 1I1II'l'r, .
i\ N8.8MY Co.: John )4.J hf-ant, (Met'ola Q,..; 11. Jlutchm-tlCm. Putnam t'o.; )1. t). )foreman St.JobM For Information and Iaiticular address
Ca.; (i. W. 1.u.IK'IlLltcr.olusJa CO. J.O. Plot 11"08t6 Co. GERMAN KALI WORKS
Address aU oorl'NltODhmcc to the f.'lurlda Fruh]. nxeh tngt',Jacksonville Pia. Steno 1s. ,
with iQH aekteg and wilppinff instructions,furnished mi application.( V.WJ ,Y .


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Spraying: for innvti,* am+! funjfiisj) +HHIUis i one of the t't't'I"t't14 of t'UCt't'M ful fruit nwillIhlfflvrrt Minn 1I",111, ,III7USE ,.

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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.

It will kill the Rust Mutes, which have: UlILtlo more thirst ont..half the ortnge of the crop of 1892 nI8t. ).. It will hnpro\'o the quality and uppenmm'U of the oranges,
making tho pro+lact of pine lands fully equal to that of the host: hammock, without injury to its currying quahtics. It will destroy the Spider (Six Spotted Mites:\ ). It
will kill the oving Scale Insect. It will destroy the Worm which attacks the fibrous roots, eausuigthe root knot of the peach, blight of the pineapple, blight of thet.olUato
and the foot( rot of the orange.It ) .
will destroy the fungiu!' and lichen growth,giving the trees a healthy appearance.
It will, iw Mr. Axline (Axline & :Mnrkly\ Cincinnati,) Bays, return you ten dollars for every one that it will cost.:
Spray.. when the tree are in bloom and repeat an! often its! once each month during the season. For root diseu-sed- saturate the ground.; HO a*.. to wet the roota. Uw
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.

rOuffi1s(!) in Gnea Variety at ITanufaG-tupcrs'| Prices.

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 lot 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
injury. *

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

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 l Rust Mite twice a month through the season. Where labor constitutes the principal item of expense in spraying tree

It is better and cheaper to use the Insecticide at full strength, viz.: One gallon of solution to 50 gallons of water, &i the

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

Insecticide at this strength it will save three or 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.

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The alien"in aT shipper i I.directed to the Plant S. S.Line between Havana. Key West and Tampa and South Florid Railway between Tampa and Sanford;S., F.& W. Ry.between Jacksonville.
Gainesville, 1I.unbrMe., Hirer Junction and Savannah;Savannah and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah.: Philadelphia, Boston and New York, and Merchants and Miner
rr4n+pirtatan< >'oiipiny between Savannah and Baltimore. The best equipped, fastest and most prompt lines between all point in Florida and all points North and Northwest.
llec lver and Shipper Will i'rotitby the Following Unparalleled. Connection
JfOhTH }7I017.VI I sourIIOU..lJ..
Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup, Bainbridge and Double daily fast freight service from all palau North and West" Albany, Bainbridee Jesup
Savannah. and Savannah to all points in 1'J0rida.; fast freight trains both vU Gainesville,Jacksonville,Calla.
Bally fet freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior and han and Uve Oak.
Coat **nt". including New York Boston Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Providence. I Four ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company, sailing'from New
Hour connection a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savannah York(New Her 35 North River,)direct for Savannah Friday, Saturday, Monday and Wednesday.Fridays. .
.Saturdays, Mondays and Wednesdays. I The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston Jan 5,u,19 and a6, ;
Two connection*a week for Baltimore via Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Company, Savannah direct making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains for all polnta
leaving Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday in Florida.
Connections' for Boton via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company leaving Savannah Jan. i From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co.,leaving Philadelphia Jan., la,aa,every ten days
S, ii 19 and J6. from regular sailing day via New York to Savannah.
Connection for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean: Steamship Company, leaving Savannah From Baltimore& Merchants and Miners'Transportation Co., every Tuesday and Friday,
Jan. 7 17 ana rth making dose connection with S.,P.&W. Ry.,for all points in Florida.
Sailing days for Steamships are subject change without notice. I
The'.FIorlda: Dispatch Line fs the quickest and belt freight route:from 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 to
O. I*. OVl'KXS.Traffic.Manager. Savannah, la.. 1". It. I'Al'Y, Division Freight.\Ctmt..S..nnab. la. W. 31. DAVIDSON, G n'l Passenger Aft.,Jacksonville, Via
F S. I( IOIIT, Contracting Freight" Agent,Jacksonville, Fla. J. 11. STEPHENS, Contracting Agent Jacksonville, Fla



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!LORIPA vors the lemon as a stock on which to standard trees. The trees I have are freight to New York was $2,000 (?).

9IIGROWERAR work the Navel as a corrective of its not so situated that I can give conclusive I If f enough of them were raised to make

t shy bearing tendencies. He double- evidence as to especial hardinessas freight an object to the railroad com

EC works it; that is, buds the lemon into compared with those! not worked, panies, it is said, they would not

-..--.., the sweet seedling in order to get a but I have never had one so worked amount to one fifth of this sum. Theyare

----- ---S.- POWERS, Publisher.- --.----- --- -- few inches of lemon wood, on whichhe that has been severely injured by cold. the first peaches to arrive in the
TERMS SUIISCUII'TION buds the Navel.AN I have never had one frozen at the Northern market. On any other land

For One Year ......... ...........fi.oo UNFAVORABLE OPINION. surface of the ground, even small trees, but this swamp land peaches in Flor
For Six Month.. i.oo as is common with both sweet and sour ida do not amount to much. The
At the above
same meeting
In Foreign Countries
stocks, they being planted so that the trees but the leaves
grow very large,
CSfSubHcriptions: in all cases cash in tioned, Mr. A. II. Crane, who lives
junction of the trifoliata with the sour are yellow and the fruit is small and
advanct. No discount allowed on one'ti further north than Mr. Adams, Mr. ,
own tmlfctcription(except in a club), but to Duncan or Mr. Phelps (Nashua, Put- stock is below the surface, thus getting shriveled. .
all agents a liberal cush commission will the benefit of the hardier trifoliata. .
nam county), read a paper, from whichwe
lo allowed on all subscriptions obtained They will, I imagine: prove, as it Circumstances-Forest Protection.
extract following:
by them. Write for terms.
were, a hall dwarf, although the largest Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower
It is because of its habits of constant
5 copies} (and one copy f rec 0 mO.t4)). $ 7.50 I have is
11" 1 12.50:; growth that we would discard the lem tree a Tangerine, now John B. Gough, in lecturing on the

16" 15.00 on as a stock on which to work the fifteen feet high.. .Such. trees. are good. above sub'ect,; ,. related the. .fnllnwinnrncident "'..'" n '''g
Those and growers, and a point in their lavor is,
may IM either new or old orange. :
may be collected from any number of While this is imperative in the northern that they are early bearers and very One night in a crowded sleepingcar
if the remittance i is in and will I believe be of valueto
I IKfetofliccH, a lump prolific, ,
portion of the brange belt, it is a father was trying to soothe acf'ing
Mini. also desirable for the southern for us in making profitable, cheaply child but vain. A
To every new tmlfecriber or clul>-rakerwe in gruff
will send, postpaid, a copy of \ 'bit- while the lemon stock may make a grown oranges. voice came from one of the berths :
need "Hardening in Florida or Moore'n more productive orange tree, the earlier Again, can this law be influenced, a' Take that child to his mother."

Orange Culture. flow of the sap in the lemon stock it so, to whaextent'hat we needto The father replied: "My dear sir,
]Hate* of advertising on application.) know is the effects of the different
Remittances should tIC maul by clwck, causes it to put out and bloom earlier of in the the child's mother is lying in her
postal note money order or registered than if on orange stock, thus leavingit reatment our groves starting coffin in the baggage car, and this is
it be retardedor
etter to order of much more liable to injury from late spring growth, or can the third night I have been journey

J.OJflU'I-:1l .. ,'It FRUIT lintHt'KK. spring frosts. And it is better to have accelerated by such treatment-as ing with this child bereft of its natural
Fla. by late fall or early spring cultivation?
an assurance of an annual average crop protector, to take the remains of its
Fertilizers the effect of fall
--- than to have an extraordinary large one fertilizing; mothtr where they may be depositedin
what is the result of
&rove and Orchard. cut off by the cold, and the "frost line"is like cottonseed using meal nitrogenousmanures the the home of her childhood. 1 regret -
not readily located at the time of are that it disturbs the passengersand
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Rough Lomou and Trifoliata these spring frosts. am doing all I can to quiet it.".
and we should not too soon jump at a
Stocks. THE TRIFOLIATA RECOMMENDED. conclusion the effect of The gruff passenger jumped from
through one
iMitor Farmer and Fruit Grower Now, if this law were one over experiment. his berth and into his clothes. "Here,

THE FARMER: AND FRUIT GROWER which which we had no control, it ---e--i give. me that child," and to the father;

grows better and better, but do please would be simply interesting as a fact, Poaches on Reclaimed Land You, sir, go to your berth_ and get

keep up more South Florida citrus but if it can in any way be made use Mr. Amos Cummings has a very your much needed sleep. Forgive me

notes. I think the rough lemon stockin of to our advantage or influenced by long letter in the New York Sun, de. my impatient words," and for the re
the flatwoods is a sure tiling. What mainder of the night he walked the
it becomes
us, immediately of impor- scribing things as he saw them at the
is the sentiment car with the head of the babe on his
general know how
tance to us to we may so use great sugar farm of St. Cloud.
stock? or influence it as to be benefited by it. Though very readable it abounds In shoulder. This great: big hearted
FRANCIS KKMPER ADAMS. man," said Mr. Goff, "didn't know the
One way to make use of it is to use the inexact statements common to the
DeSoto County. the citrus trifoliata as a stock on whichto ordinary newspaper writer when he circumstances ,when he spoke the un
lemon stock be in kind "
The words.
as a seems to
work citrus. Trifoliata is considered touches on things agricultural. The
favor chiefly in regions mostly or entirely We might make application of this
the most capable of resisting cold following paragraph will pass muster,
(from frost. It be little word in social
exempt might picture, not only
of any of the citrus family, owing to though the concluding sentences will
advisable to use it in the middle orange matters, but in affatrs pertaining to
the fact that the sap, even early in provoke a smile:
belt, just as the sweet seedling is orange and vegetable growing. J It s
the fall, ceases to flow so fully as to Probably the most astonishing of
used in the northern orange belt, its reclaimed very necessary to know the circum
cause it to drop leaves, and becomesa the products of the swamp
worked very close to the ground, so is stances," before we undertake to pattern
deciduous tree. It also remains dor- land peaches. Hack of the ridge of
be banked with earth in after the methods of
that it can Dudley
the until the lake and
mant in spring, after other cypresses surrounding ,
the fall. Its great thrift is undeniable; varieties of oranges are in full growth. bordering on the sugar plantation, Adams, Lyman Phelps, Major Camp.{
it is so strong a grower that it has even varieties of thousand hell and many others who shed so
Other oranges worked on were two peach trees. 't'heywere

i led _one _prominent_ nurseryman into trifoliata. ttrtrMLnf'.'''........... ...... this. character. .. to. a.. under\ the. w rh..rfYa.I*...g" n..*..( an.. ,'..ynpri.-tfvirw.. I much light and entertainment in your
the belief that it does not require as I' and will enced from Delaware. columns. I have no donbt, under the
large extent, not start a new peach grower
much nitrogen other stocks do.A same "circumstances" our honored
growth so early in the season, thus enabling These trees were planted so close to
FAVORAIILE OPINION.At them to stand with much better gether that very little sunlight reachedthe President's methods and treatmentof

the meeting of the State Horticultural results. Such trees are also early soil beneath them. This soil wasa his grove and the methods ad.

Society, last year, Mr. A. 7.. bearers, nearly all varieties fruitingthe rich black loam, carefully worked, vanced by others would succeed. Hut

Duncan read a paper, in which he second: season: from bud \\'hile, so carefully that not a blade of grassor I very much question whether an attempt

said: of course, the fruit would be just as a weed was seen. The foliage of to follow some of their methodsin

As reported last year, buds on the liable to injury from cold: the trees the trees was a dark green, nearly as ordinary locations and circum
lemon stock thrifty will dark and the leaf of stances would not result in disastrous
rough are more themselves prove much more glossy as an
than those of any other; they also require hardy. It is true that the orange orange or magnolia. The trunks of failures 1 have never succeeded in .

less nitrogen. If a commercial worked on trifoliata stocks will pro- the trees were as clean and smooth as making an orange tree flourish when

fertilizer should contain 4 to 5 percent duce but a dwarf tree, just how muchso the trunk ot an orange tree in good it came in proximity to (forest trees.
of ammonia for the sweet condition. There knees I have found that my groves in the
or I do not think we yet know; but were no
sour orange or grape fruit tree, it the fact may not at all prove a disad upon the roots of the trees. The Del I vicinity of wind breaks suffered more

should contain about :2 per cent. less vantage. Such trees could be much aware man was in ecstasy over them. from frosts than those fully exposed,

for the rough lemon, which would be easier protected in case of severe cold, Not a tree had developed the least while one surrounded by dense growthon

equal to a saving ot $6 per ton. The the fruit can be gathered more cheap. sign of a disease and there were no every side was entirely destroyed.

Mandarin is exceptionally thrifty on ly, and from the fact of the trees being insects nor worms to fatten on them. Isolated experiences are no more reliable -

rough lemon stock. The use of this planted so much closer, the yield per The trees were five years old. They for general rules than isolated

stock assures success in orange growing acre could probably fall but lade short were planted upon ground that eight passages of scripture serve for a basis .

i on pine land, which would be at of standard trees. This law could, I years ago was eight feet under water. of docerine. '

least a doubtful experiment when any think, be used to our advantage The peaches were about three.quarters ,Fla. Gio.: \\ HASTINGS.Intrrlachcn .

other stock is used. through double working, budding the grown, and the trees were loaded with .
ANOTHER FAVORABLE OPINION. sour stock with trifoliata as near the them. Within six weeks they wouldbe I -- -- --- -- ----

Rev. Lyman Phelps (whom, by the ground as possible, and budding the ready for market. They were the : Hatch Chickens by Steam.

way, all our readers must greatly miss, sweet varieties into the trifoliata. Trees Early Bidwell and Chinese peaches, IMPROVED EXCELSIOR INCUBATOR,
Will doto TboQMod ta lueeoMf
and with whom certainly all Florida worked in this manner, which are better known as Peentos. 1.ast year ..Dwrb.,. .JVr'tfi.>...>.! I k.ysJun.oirrailoo. ..
t pncwl Itr.t-e1. il.teb.r IDack
horticulturists in in do start growthor these peaches netted $ an acre, .] .
earnestly sympathize planted groves, not ISi I s to hUb. .. *U/r r prcoUc
his slow and painful convalescence) fa bloom so early in the spring as and this in the face of the fact that the uIMI kW 1l1u.C&sI.Kp.t i jj ..w.u..tjU.U ot tan,q.Mq any otber...Iu.THE .





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Tho Truck to Market tho Markot horses no grain the year round, andit THE --
to the Truck. is the testimony of impartial wit
Jtllkftr Partner and FruJtCJrower.: nesses that the animals keep in asI I S. B. HUBBARD COMPANY
That is the simple question. Last good condition as those whose owners
year a New York commission house give them grain. But Mr.( Terry's ,
wrote me that oranges were as low as clover hay is better than most farmers JACKSONVILLE FLA.
had been for some time owing to the make ; it is shade-cured and retains' ,
fact that fruit was housed up and all its foliage.In HARDWARE AND STOVES
could not be shipped. This is the New Mexico( the writer has seen ,

case all over the country. Yet the the overland trains stop as soon as DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH.
Florida Fruit Exchange holds fast to they struck the famed grama grass "4'.v MILL, S.J 1.--r41ICS.
its distributing centre" system. and halt a few weeks to let the stock We are State A aVo Have
all ancient and modern after their exhausting
They reverse recuperate
and Twolo
mm HAY 1
ideas of marketing. journey over the deserts. This grass, One Horso yf
The beef market at St. }Petersburgis without the addition of a pound of "*; in stock.
a mile and a half from me and Iget grain, will keep work-stock in sleek BUCKEYE' V untl nrrl trrml.
three times month. condition under the strain of .
beef two or a heavy + The 6 foot is suitable -
Hut when the wagon comes to my dragging through the sand. MOWERS, for uso in
door we have it two or three times a Cowpeas fed green or cured into .t ro.nlilrf alggrk ttfMmrrm ORANGE GROVES.
week. That is the way with every- hay as sweet and fragrant as this Ohio imf
NiIrr u 1iuu1 u t '
thing everywhere. Yet there are pea farmer makes his clover will sustain h'artaru I'rfr-, Write for Prices.
pIe who will still persist that the placeto work-stock in good order without WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF THE FAMOUS

sell beans or cabbage or tomatoes is grain. The great trouble with most T J X A JS R '-. JXT G IS JP: Iv O XV S9
in the garden. Never mind about hay used in Florida is that it is either .1 "'"" l.lttr iff Jtfjutlrn fur ,'vui ,..
plans-only send the fruit to market. the dry, woody timothy which the Acme Orange Grove and Two-Horse Pulverizing Harrows, the Boy
Have one railroad to contract for the cunning Northern farmer leaves stand- Dixie Cast Plows, and a full line of Farm and Agricultural Implement
carrying to East, West or South. ing until it is dead ripe, so as to get of all descriptions. Agents for the Planet Jr. Horse and Hand Tools, sold
They! are the parties to deal with the greatest weight off an acre, regardless at factory prices. Send for catalogues.
transportation companies. They are of its nutritive quality, or
responsible to the Exchange, the Ex- else it is crabgrass and other Florida y
change to us, other lines to them, etc. grasses whu:h, in curing, are kit so
As for the proper) preparation for long in the hot sun that the life) is
market that will have to take care of burned out of them, or left to be
itself. Central packing houses are caught in a shower and the goodness) )
being tried and, like the patronage of soaked out of them
the Fruit Exchange: they will merit I If( you want to give any other grain
and get a degree of patronage by give wheat bran. This is cooling and
natural w. There is no perfection, laxative and is far better for the animal
therefore no plan obtains all the pat. in the summer than corn, better Il
ronae, Like the doctors, why don't even than oats. This is true of old
the Exchange try different plans process bran or of reground (and _-
WM. P. NKKI.II.: not bolted) bran ; but new process '.. .. '
-- is robbed of much of its nourish "* -
-- bran .
Apricots-Ration for Horse. ment. Of course, in any comparisonwith -
Bitten Farmer and InuitGrowerI. : other grain it must be given .. r .. _
Qi.. #'ql 'I!"' :; (.__ -
; .
(i.) I have three apricot trees, six pouml for pound. Most farmers will -
years old that have never borne more probably sneer at the above advice, rr.ANFdn. HOKSK HOB WITH LEVER AND I.EVEK WHEEL
than a dozen fruits; though for the last but this is because they have never
two years fed on ashes only. Last given bran a fair test, weight for
year the tops began to die back and weight. The writer has tested it IRRIGATING MACHINERYBOTH
gum oozed out of split bark, as per thoroughly and knows whereof he
enclosed sample. Now whole limbs speaks. STEAM, HORSE AND HAND POWER.

are suddenly dying back. I cut two ------.- Carry a stock of Steam Pumps, Boilers
down and want to know if
of them
No Root Knot In tho Oranao. Wrought and Galvanized Pipe, Valves.
you think that it would be. ad isableto
bud sprouts if such appear, or if it Many Florida growers object to the y, Fittings,Hose, Eta Estimates furnishedfor
would be better to dig them up root cultivation of the cowpea in the groveon Plants put in complete and guaranteed

and all? account.of its tendency. to develop satisfactory. Hand Spraying
Is exclusive diet of the root knot. At the Pensacolameeting t; i
an cowpeas
((2)) Pumps of every description. Send for
of the State Horticultural Society
suitable for a working horse here (pod r.
and pea), or what homegrown addition Professor Webber of the Eustis Catalogue of How and When to Spray.
could be made and what wouldbe Experiment Station, said: Nozzles, Pipe etc., mado to order in our
a liberal ration for an 8oo-pound In the case where we found the an. machino shop.
animal ? Thanking you in advance. guillula on the orange there is no evidence
of the knot on it. The wormis
. Very truly yours.
A KLEINSCIIEG.Matwtrr : found between the outside of the ,. .m: 'r..
County bark and the inner wood of the tree. ,.5

((1)) Probably you had better throw The interior layer became watery. r; r.
them away. The apricot in your That is the only case where we found tiY
county is out of its latitude; it bearsno the anguillula in the orange tree.
fruit to consume its surplus sap Prof. Neal speaks of finding jt in the *
and vitality ; it does nothing but orange tree, but we have not been
make wood and sap, and of the latterit able to find only this one case. In
makes such an excessive amount regard to the application of anythingfrom .
that it cannot utilize if all and it bursts the exterior that may aid a plant I
out through the bark in large masses of this kind I am rather in doubt. I ;:-- y M
of gum like the one enclosed. would like to ask how we can possiblyadd -- =- -__ I
(2): ) The pod and pea together are anything to the soil that will sterilize -: Ji,
rather too concentrated feed ; the the soil and kill the worms th at are AGENTS FOR ,
whole plant with the pea would be on the inside without at the same time I 8'O%vr..ES9 4TEAi I PUMP
feed. In the warm climate of killing the healthy roots that are aid.
food All Letter Ati.wer. l the Day they are Herelved. e
a horse needs very little grain, ing the trees in growing and getting
if any, if he receives thoroughly good their nourishment. Of course if you THE S. B. HUBBARD COMPANY
"roughage." Mr. T. IJ. Terry, the hid annual plants you could follow f
most noted farmer of Ohio, gives his the rotation of the crops and plant JACKSONVILLE. FLA.




in r- i I -iT-i-ii

one year a crop that is not susceptible I ( chiefly to the South Florida methods. just at the proper places upon the

to the action of the worm. But whenit e Vineyard.Edited ARGAND. vines, to insure the growth and ma

,. Orange County. turity of the increased amount of fruitto
comes to a biennial crop here you i ------- .4 _
cannot do that I by E. DUBOIS, Tallahassee Pia Summer Pruning. be grown. The old rule was to

..... II I Two Ways of Trimming Vines. I.I It has been my uniform experience pinch the laterals to one leaf, but I allow

Summer Cropping! > of Poach Or Hilitor Fanner and Fruit-drowrr : for about fifteen years that this system se\'eralleaves to develop and pinchas

ohards. There are two systems of pruningand of cutting and slashing the vine they reach towards the top of the

In the of the trimming the vines in Florida, one just at the most critical period of its trellis. Leaves at the ends of long

stenographic report annual development is mainly the canes instead of supporting the de
of which is known as the Kniffin
proceedings of the State I lorticultural system
= the other the Munson cause of and invites the attack of the velopment of fruit, detract from it and
Society we find the following: I several vine diseases known as blackrot impoverish the supply nutriment for
|i The KnifTm I system has as its main
MKi.Lisii.--We: have bee
givingour object, the promotion of fruitfulness, anthracnose, etc. Now let us the fruit. But if we wait and cut off a
trees all kinds of cultivation. We
I! and its cardinal principle has often stop a few moments, look into and foot or two of the ends of the canes .
have raised
them and
crops among consider this The vine after blossoming is over, this
I I been seen illustrated by our readers matter. under supreme
have clean cultivated them. I
we of time is forever
conditions is moment lost and
natural never summer
should give clean cultivation the first 1:1 in the orange tree, where ;a shoot ,
out and bends down thus cans pruned or its growth checked, the more we cut off the smaller the
grows ,
two I do not believe there is'
years. ing a check in the flow of the and but under cultivation it must be con leaves at the important points of( development
raise that will
any crop you can pay ; trolled and this control must there near the fruit clusters.
I i I a greater yield of fruit on that one ,
for the will do
damage to
von your Then there is this further
I bough. 'fore, come as much as possible, not advantageby

trees trying to raise crops between the I I The following description of at the critical season, but when the this system of early pruning.

rows. There is only one crop that I vine is dormant, in (fall and winter, There is but a minute portion of the
am going to between peach TilE KNIFFIN SYSTEMis
try my vine sacrificed and thrown
:and it follows that what summer pruning awayaninch
trees here and that is chufas, and let given in The Vineyardist: instead of foot
I must be done should not be donein or two, a or two.

hogs and chickens root and scratch: I "A single trunk cane of the vine is a rude way but to prevent the Of course no developed leaves are sacrificed

them out in the winter. I should prefer I first earned to the second or top wire least possihlc interference with the all the strength and energiesof

under ordinary circumstances, to of the trellis, and two canes are led vine's natural growth and develop the vine are thus maintained and

give them clean culture in the summertime out from Side spu.s along each wire- ment. And in doing this pruning we turned to good :account and but little

and put rye or oats in in the I one to the right and the other to the must study the several organs ot the shock or check to future growth is

winter and turn them under in the I' left--and as Mr. Knilfm believed in and
vine and its economies, so as not to given consequent weakening or
spring.( I am going to sow my whole !1, short canes, he cut the four canes, in do violence to its vital functions. And enervation of health avoided.Vine-

peach orchard to rye and oats next pruning, back to about three buds
I will that all
again opine
winter. 1 believe it the cheapest fertilizer each-six for each wire or twelve in the enormous, activities agree of the vine .

can make and it shades the all but Somo Excellent Advl
you most growers now prefer to are and must be carried on throughand c.
ground. In the mulching of the leave the At the late annual of
green two upper canes a little by its leaves or the foliage. Here meeting the
oats there seems to be plenty of moisture 'longer than the lower ones. Peninsula Horticultural Society heldat
then, is the vital point of the whole
there. I would clean cultivate all ;I "The bearing! shoots! are allowed to matter. Never rudely sever the Dover, Delaware, the retiring

through the if I could I do will that President of the Mr.
summer 'I droop at so no summer tying canes! or cut off the developed leav s Society, George
not knnw how late but would is and this is made excellent address
say required; the character vine Diddle a most
I or foliage of the for the moment
down to September. I believe in ripe- f istic feature of the various Knitlin from which we take brief notes as
this is done the vine's nervous (if I
ning the wood before frost. methods. The main follows
up upright trunk is :
use the expression) energies and
TAIUR.-I have found in my orchard tied to each of the two vines, and the may functions are disturbed, its health endangered "The journals of this association

that suspending the cultivation four canes, or arms, are tied to the debility follows and dis would have been worth many hun.

during the rainy and cultivat. wires in the dred times their the
season This
) spring. system, ease is invited and if the weather be cost to speaker

ing it and plowing it in the winter is therefore, possesses the great advantage at all unpropitious disaster comes on could he have had access to them

t>efi.t.'e have been setting our trees of demanding but little labor in when young. Unitedly we can find

pretty close together, fifteen or sixteen I I the busy days of the growing season, apace.But here at this point all dis such fruits as are best suited to this

feet apart, but I think we will widen and the vines are easily cultivated. It and you Peninsula, the best way to market
sent must summer
them out to eighteen or feet is the say prune. them and what if
twenty especially adapted to strong varieties True are right I en profit, any, may
verytrue you ;
Some advocate fifteen feet be
soon. one of grapes. reasonably expected. As a first
with The
tirely mannerof
and the other. I think agree you. toward be the fruit whatit
way twenty THE MUNSON SYSTEM. pruning is the question. I do not step profit
fifteen feet would be let call attention
by a good thegrower's
twenty may me to
This system does not consider that call it pruning. I only pinch in a
distance. We are not troubled much in it. Let
the fruitfulness the vine needs stimulating half or at most, an inch of the tips of part marketing
with root knot. Trees well cultivatedwill the be neat and
packages new, ornamental
but rather repressing, and its the canes, and I do this continuouslyuntil
not be troubled much with it. If ; let them be of such size and
main object is the proper shading of growth ceases or the canes ceaseto
they are stunted the root.knot will character that business of cities
tho fruit from the great heat of a semi. lengthen. As there is said to be a men
overcome the tree. I would not plant will take them in their hands as they
tropical sun. The vines are trained moment in each human life
in the in the peach supreme home at the close of the
anything summer return day.
along the vines horizontally, but at in which fortune is made or marred,
orchard for I believe the trees need Such packages will often sell for more
the top of the trellis. Instead of one so there is but one opportune and su
the ground. We have practiced than larger ones. Again, experiencehas
wire, as in the Knifiin thereare moment for pruning the vine.
system, prcmc
kinds of and different shown that in is all.
pruning care
get culling
three wires on the same level, thus I In the ordinary practice, as above
suits Some results from Take side
get good important. two growers by
giving a continuous of foliage described, I assert and maintain that
booth kinds of We have not side fruit One finds
pruning. equally good.
under which the (fruit is screened from this propitious time to begin pruningis
followed that I know of. while the other thinks
any system large profits
the hot sunshine. The vines are kept before and not after blossoming. I

------.. tied up snug to the wires and not allowed pinch ofT an inch of the end of the fruit-growing a waste of time, Why?
One attention the
gives to ,
Who Soils tho Fruit! ? to droop and swing in loose canes as soon as they have grown to culling,
the other sends to market almost it
ends in the Jvnifiin Incipient either three four five buds and as
as system. or or
Manager E. F. Adams, of the Santa comes from the tree. Let the one
bunches which the bear little clusters of
are too accordingto
Clara County Fruit Exchange uttered grapes who culls his fruit take three of his
ground and likely to be injured by the the strength of the vine, or the spe
a pregnant truth when he said in his packages and cull again, making one
heat reflected off the cies One
are pinched or variety operated
up ; : upon.
which we find in the CaliforniaFrail of superior fruit of
report I very one
fruit is wanted close up under the species may develop but two clustersto very
Grower: In my judgment the good, and retain the third even if it

officer in charge:. of the grading and canopy where it can secure a shade. a cane. Another may grow five be fed to the pigs. The profit will be
Where there is a break in the screen clusters. Of course very weak vines
packing of our fruit will have a greater much greater than if all had been
of the fruit is touchedby should be at all
canopy foliage not summer pruned
responsibility\ the officer in chargeof marketed. The market will nt be
the sun and assumes a golden color By this system of early pinching the
sales; the latter will have to be paid glutted. The railroads will be the
which is beautiful to the eye, but it is canes cease to lengthen and the energies -
more, because he will have to work losers for collect the
only they same
an indication of a heat which forces of the vine are turned to the de.
harder and long r, but it will be the per basket be the selling price what it
and ultimately stunts the fruit, if it vetopment of fruit instead of wood.
man who grades and who will Then let Cull cull
packs may. me repeat: ,
does not actually scald and thereforeruin The leaves are also enlarged just at
really sell the fruit. cull and when have reached
; you a
it, which frequently happens. the points where large, vigorous leavesare cull

But the fruit which is kept screened needed to support and develop the high standard again ; your profits
will be
CHICKEN-HATCHING BY STEAM preserves a crisp cool, bluish-pearly fruit, and not alone are the leaves greater. 44

n tint almost up to the point of ripening, upon the main canes so enlarged but Many Persons are broken

when it slowly takes on an amber. the laterals are forced out and their down from overwork or hotwtlioid ere*.
Jlrown'M Iron Hitter
rattnttral nt e.eurooper.goup aWe t1tw.full tuuacwed nay, yellow shade. This is written with leaves enlarged until there results at
+tlep JGrtsr&o.Ca.toe tts.Quwc7ruLtJ.D.CalalOttue. tlao,, reference to the Niagara grape and abundance of well developed leaves, cures: ml riA ts' the Itnuin"THE


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Special Invitation Extended to All to Visit Our Factory. PROMPT SHIPMENTS.


Thoro Is No Reflow of Sap. ,I cessation of the winds a sprinkling of

Mr. Charles R. Ihrncs Professor of i I the trees and the ground with water MRMER] ------R7.......,....-D- TleIEl\ off ment for can hay escape.and plow To under cut only the crop the
Botany in the University Wiscon will help them.
Plowing Under Cowpoas Green. stubble which is
more and
sin in address I -e -- dry
an to the State Ilorti
cultural Society, thus gives the latest. Salo of Orange Groves. About fifteen years ago I had occasion woody and not so likely to create a
accepted conclusions of science The superior quality of Louisiana to pass very often a ten-acre ferment, er to let them stand and rot

"Before passing from this topic: of oranges, the richness of our soil, and lot of sandy loam owned by a man of through the winter is a decided help

the movement of water which supplies I I the great advantages offered in cheap means, who was very anxious to raiseit to the land.

evaporation. I must allude transportation and the best market of to a high degree of fertility. His t. .
to a I
common and widespread idea at least very the Union (New Orleans) has, at method was always to grow a winter I Tho Groat Trucking Industry of

I judge it to he widespread, because it j length, attracted the attention of those crop of rye to be plowed under in Norfolk.
is so frequently propounded by seeking such property and advantages. spring. This would be followed The harbor and wharves present a
students-that the "sap down my in Last week Mr. John Grant sold his either by peas to be subjected to a busy sight during all the summer
winter and up in spring." Just where Happy Jack grove to Mr. Kiebert I. like treatment, or corn would be months. Fully one-half( the truck

the sap is supposed to go in winter is Aucoin, of Assumption, (for $7,000; planted, peas sown at the last plow grown here is sent to the city on

not exactly clear, since, if the roots his next neighbor, Mr. Louis Legier ing, and as early as possible the corn s sloops or little schooners carrying
arc absorbing water in the fall when sold his Lcriche grove to Mr. Michel cut and shocked, and the peavines I from So to 500 barrels, boxes or crates

the evaporation is diminished they are Bousiquc, of Des Allemande, for $10, turned under while still green. For cacti These little vessels to the num

likely to have quite as much water as ooo cash, and Mr. Win. P. Curtis several years there was a heavy her of 500 or more come to this har
they can hold already. The real estate agent 129 Common street, growth of both peas and) rye for this bor in a single day. They! often almost

( apparently, is that all of conception the water sold the J. II. Hynson grove (the old purpose. A neighboring farmer who entirely impede navigation in the har
lodged in the trunk and spreading Nairn homestead) for $23,000, to Mr. long continued to do a good deal of bor. One may often count from 100

branches goes downward into these Pugh, Wisconsin.. The latter place hauling for me during winter and to 300 in the harbor at one time.

roots. It needs, however only I the is about three arpcnts front by forty early spring, often passed the lot with They are perfectly manageable moreso
but has fine me. From the first his in fact than the
most casual examination of trees in deep, a grove of about predictionwas ordinary team of
winter to discover that at this time fifty acres largely in bearing. that the land would be soured horses. They are almost alt managed

they are almost saturated with water. The Happy) Jack place has nearly and ruined. Sure enough, after a by colored men-two to three to each

The twigs of the hickory tree, for ex twice as much land but is not nearlyso few years the crops of rye corn and boat although now and then we see a

ample, will be frozen on a cold-day in well drained and has but few bearing peas began to be less thriving. They white crew. They draw from two to

winter, so that they are as brittle al : trees. grew slower, the color was pale and four feet of water and go up all the

most as glass, and one can off a 'The Lcriche grove is an old, well bare spots began to appear here: and streams (arms of the sea) around Nor
twig half an inch in diameter snap as thoughit kept one, and is the cheapest of the there. The owner increased the folk. Six to eight cents per barrel is

were an icicle. The same three at the price sold.-Sugar Howl.e quantity of manure and fertilizer and charged by these jolly common car
when not frozen mild twig - *rotated with wheat and tobacco, buta riers, to take the barrels from the farm
on a day will
be so tough that there will be For Tired Brain steady deterioration of the soil wharves and place them on the steamer
pot 1''"r llornrnnrn'I.l I'Iusphttt seemed to go on. "The land has wharves in the city. The
sibility of breaking it. Dr. O. C. Stout, Syracuse, N. Y., been killed truckingwork
my companion said. here from start to finish is a
"Again, if one cuts ofT a branch says: : "I gave it to one patient who The owner himself must have cometo matter of great; interest. The area in
from a tree in winter and brings it intoa was unable to transact the most ordinary the
same conclusion, for green ma use; the great amount of produce thatis
warm room, he will quickly discover business, because his brain was
nuring was discontinued. Since thenI raised; the large number of hands
that water is oozing from the cut end, 'tired and confused' upon the least have
not seen the lot so often, and employed; the facilities (for getting
showing that the twigs are almost sat mental exertion. Immediate benefit, then in
nearly always unfavorable these great mountains of
produce to
urated with it. As a matter of fact, and untimate recovery followed.' seasons but I think it has done bet the city; the low rates of freight the
the water in trees increases

summer or early fall to the from beginning mid t ter.I have on similar soil practiced most handling excellent such vast shipping facilities of 'for..
of growth in early spring. There is 's Pills i S Swill green manuring for a good many ishable stuff-all these and many other per.
no necessity for any "going up"of I u. under
the in until years -- plowing strawberry' things connected with the great work,
sap spring the leaves fields soon after picking and whilein awaken the keenest interest on the

are the expanded is and the water with which 1 sago the dyspeptic from many luxuriant foliage as well as rye,, part of all who see it or come into
tree already saturated begins the 0 days of misery. and enable him to eat peas and annual clover in their re contact with it.
evaporated from the 1 Whatever bo atsbcs. They prevent .
I spective seasons.'hile no disas The greatest factor in the transpor
The best informed growers believethat Sick Headache, trous results have followed it does tation of this vast quantity of fruits

tht orange tree loses sap during i! eanne the food foasMlmllafe' and iio seem that the fields on which this and vegetables to Northern markets J
the winter only by evaporation from tab the body,fff; re keen appetite, aBei L practice has been continued longest t is the Old Dominion line of steamers.

the foliage and bark. Long continued I i I Develop Flesh have not improved even if they have: It is estimated that these steamers will
cold dry winds cause so much sap to held their own-N. C. Letter in i i
that there is And solid muscle. Elegantly ocoated. i j I evaporate danger the Trice,23ct per box. Country Gentleman. I l harrels. crates, etc., at a single trip.
branches and leaves will become so dry SOLD EVEUinVJlJBUE It is the all but universal belief of I Such a number of packages would

that they can never again be forced ,: the strawberry growers of Bradford i make a pile as large as a
or 40-foot
into rows growth.land suffers Hence less from a grove cold in low, II FR II I TEVAPORATORTHE county that to plow under green cowpeas !barn or larger, and these 30 piles are
U I or a very heavy growth of greene |going up to New York five days in
other things being equal; than one on j The H.dareS?taellrn crabgrass practically ruins the soil foa each week
j Di9 f! rt it IMI! tad erlet. in..tr.t.4 CtUlofvi .h. r and many weeks the
high, dry land. Hence, also, after a 1 I THE ilLYMVCB IHOM tTOUK*CO*11.cl...U. a year, or until the sourness and fer steamers ire doubled-two going up






every day, except on Fridays, as white being most choice and demand

steamers leaving on that day would Poultry. high prices; next choice, cream, red, 8FT. $25

reach New York on Sunday, which ---- ....... ......... blue and pied. These and the Ant-

would not do for perishable truck Edited by E. W. AMSDEN. Ormond, PU. wer, with their crossings, are my choiceas

Country Gentleman. ""- ........... breeders.
squab :
Squab Raising-No. 2. 12FT. $50
THE TU I1u.ER.-This is the fancier'schoice

Dairying; in tho Gulf States. Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower : (for pets. They are a small bird

The best grade of Mississippi I butteris To enumerate in full the varieties with little rounded head, short beaks

made by those who use the cream would be a task indeed, as they number and little red feet, and the richest of 16FT. $100

separator. The( hand machines are into the hundreds, many of which plumage, varying in color from blue,

becoming more and more in demand. exist in the imagination of the fancier red, black, some with white heads or

The separator, in this climate whereit only. With the great majority of these white on wings. They are very tame, AERMOTORSALL

is so difficult and expensive to se. sub races we have nothing to do. The will follow or perch on the head or

present articles are written with the shoulders of their
cure dairy houses of satisfactory tem- owner. They are
the through gives an view to profit the breeders of squabs, very active and are constantly turning STEEL
perature year ,
which I claim be and handled
can kept somersaults in the air. They are
increased yield of butter over the shal very
low of creaming of from profitably by any man, womanor prolific and good feeders. There is
pan process ALVAZED!
15 to 50 per cent., and the butter is ofa child possessing ordinary intelligence no variety that will give more pleasureto
and sufficient lo\e for the business
more uniform quality. The creamis the children as pets than the tum

ripened by being placed in cans and attention to give thcneed.them the. little I care and in bler.Then PUMPING, OR GEARE0 SAME, PRICE.
in wells cisterns propose we have the Turbit, Barb,
suspended or where For the In-nefU of the put >, he Aermotor'ontpuay
this article I those varietiesI
to give only Fantail, Owl, Pouter, Trumpeter ,
the temperature is uniform during the (14 l* .trcsutJUvuIt. u fti U makes the
I consider best for market and a few jacobin and a number of other varieties IhOV u prcr+ux a lucaiu of din-
-60 to 65 degrees. The butter ,
year rihutitbg It A These price
is shipped, in hot weather, two or oi the choicest varieties; for pets. very pretty to have but of no \illl l ho con* Untied only l
TUB CARRIKR. Or these will until Its aurpiusuarnilbgd
we practical value to the squab raiser.
three times a week. No ice is ever are*uf-
used in the dairy or in shipping, and only speak 01, two: i. The English And as this article pertains only to finally t vrorkedhn
itr. %letlt
low express rates arc secured to distant Carrier. This is a bird of large size; that subject, we will dispense with a nro pored, and t<
the beak is long, thick and straight; description of them. I have receiveda very email protltonaverycrcattuuntbct
points.A : of on tilts has
the carunculation around the eyes, great many letters from parties in. hen tho Acri motor: Company
few years ago the writer, while over the nostrils and under the lower tcrested asking for information. I i acres of land In the: host nwmifac-
center of I'Itif ikrowlth ,
Hiring : manyverymanyacree
in with t
practically engaged dairying mandible is very large; the !skull is will answer a few of them here. Many of floor space nndment
grade Jerseys, brought his herd of the t last equip- of machinery
and the neck slender
narrow long; very have been answered by my last two for the puri osetAorniotor In existence. The
twenty five cows up to an average of and long; the plumage is rich and articles. Co. feel. In this crown
nearly pound of butter Ins Columbian year, that It can atlord to IMSKcneroua.
one per glossy, the tail and flight feathers very I. Are pigeons subject to as We will slip from Chicago to any
per cow, which he readily sold at from long. The most valuable color is a i diseases chickens? No. many one anywhere at the above price

twenty-five to thirty cents per pound brilliant glossy black. There is alsoa as THE AERMOTOR COMPANY,
delivered at the express office. His 2. How many pair can we keep in 12th and Rockwell Sts., CHICAGO.
brown called duns. Thereare
one loft or room? Not over fifty pair,
surplus cows were sold to special customers
other colors but the
t.fo men
has the bad
as overcrowding same
from a distance at from $50 to tioned are of most value. CONSUMPTIONSURELY
effect chickens.
on pigeons as
$60 each. The English Carrier is too valuablea
3. How large a room must I have CURED.
Butter shipments from Starkville, bird to be utilized either as messen for a given number? A room 10x12 !, To THE EDITOU-Please Inform your read.

Miss., last year were from 2,721 gers or squab raisers, for though very (feet and 6 or 8 feet high will accommodate em that I have n positive remedy for the
pounds in February; to 8,316 poundsin large they are not as good breedersand I above 1 named dinenKO. Uy its timely use
pair. ;
September, making a total for the are more subject to diseases than 50 j, thousands of holiest! cases have been per.
twelve months of 4. How shall I make the nests? rnanentlv cured. I shall bo glad to send
69,366 pounds some others. Commence on one side and end of, two bottles of my remedy free to any of your
gross, or over 56,000 pounds net, for 'I'llIANTW :RI'. =This is one of the floor I readers who have consumption if they will
division boards
which an average of at least twenty most profitable birds as a breeder we room on ; place send me their express and post office address
received 12 inches square on bottom 12 inches Itcfpectfnlly, 'r. A. !locum, 31.0.,
cents pound was or
per have, l possessing size, hardiness, pro apart; on these nail a board 12 inche No. 183 Pearl Street,Now York.
in all. It is
$12,000 mostly shippedin .
lific and feeder alw
a good ays producing wide this forms -4
; top of lower nests
light baskets weighing bout a '
large fat squabs. These are and bottom ol second row On this 1 r WOKTIZ A GUINEA A
pound, costing six cents per basket the birds that are used as messengersand .. ..
again place division boards, then an i
and holding from twenty to thirty they are capable of making long
other UOL"i
board. Continue this until 'u
of i butter the balanceis y
pounds ; In !
flights. they more
appearance have
sufficient nests, then close the iSJ'US
put in five pound tubs. The closely resemble the rock pigeon. front

greater portion of this butter, sold, The head and beak are thicker and leaving a hole 5 inches square r
On bottom of this nail a strip, 2 inches STASTElESSEFFECTUAli
delivered at the express office, at from
shorter they are of various colors
; as
wide and S inches long for the bird to
twenty-five to thirty cents, being blue, red, checkered and mealy.These FOR AI
alight on. Allow two nest* for each
shipped mainly to private customersin birds crossed with the
this is I o LIVER
pail to best re
; necessary get
Alabama Louisiana
;Mississippi, pigeon, I consider make one of
Florida and other Southern States. Taktn. a* di..cted tb... famous Pill. will
the best be obtained .
pro*m'nrtll Cottonseed, cottonseed meal, cottonseed Their beauty, hardiness, fertility and 5. How much will it cost to start the abo?.or kindred dtMaM I

hulls and hay, are our feed the little care they require make them, in the business? This depends on 26 Cents a Box
bat centrally rcoraizd In England and. in
stuffs in winter. These are fed about the pride of their owners your means. I If your capital is small fact throufbout tb. world to. b* "worth arnin

four months in the year only, the bal. you can start with a few pair in a loft WILL.a a CUltC Mgr." for i. wide the rtacon range that of enm.tb.y

of the the depending THE RUNTs.-These are a speciesof or outhouse and increase your sock.; .. *. wsrI they ba*:Msy* to. many.
dairyman .
ance year carrier have massive un>r ra not ,on* bat .aID. In
Those! ; they long If you can afford it better start with at doctor bilU.
upon nasturage. beaks, and bodies of great size, with Covered with a Tasteless& Soluble Coating,
farmers who devote more or less at stretch of Their least a couple dozen pair; then you or all druzclsta. Price 2S cents a buz. .

tention to dairying and the.breedingof size great, either pure or wing.as a crossing,large renders will soon be in position to realize K a...New....York. DellOt.....363..Canal.....Ht.....,....
which is what is
protits one
dairy cattle, on an average, are In every
them very valuable to the squab
financial condition than other striving for.
raiser, as size is one of the important
farmers around them. The possibilities 6. How often must I feed? Morning
with him.
of the dairy interest in the cotton points and evening is sufficient, and give ALZ PU M PS
best THE. 1)ucitiss.'t'his is another drink and bathe in.
States are great. Our product, them clear water to MADE BY
butter and favorite and possessing! many of the Which is the best feed? Corn
J Jerseys grade Jerseys, 7. THE DEMING CO,SALEM, 0.
outsells the best brands of the West valuable points of the Antwerp, and and wheat, with an occisional feed of 0s. HENION &HUDDELL.

that are shipped South, and consumers in I point of beauty has few superiors. a small quantity of hemp, but feed the W.ti.ra Af tati, CB1CAOO. ILL.
tor Catalogue and T&SATUJB:ox HriLaruta.RIPE .
They are large, moderately long curved
can get it fresher. The demandis latter sparingly.

for fresh butter of uniform quality. beak, with a beautiful hood or turned 8. Which are the best breeds? Ant. FRUIT

-Edwin Montgomery in American crown of feathers on the back of the werps, Carriers, Duchess and their

,\g rku..t uri&t. neck; the flight and tail feathers very crossings. Parties starting with theseare Preserved in shipment.FLAGLER'S .

long and feathered on legs to very end sure of success. PRESERVATIVE COMPOUNDwill '

IF mutt HACK Arn'fl.1 of toes, some having feathers on legs I think these answers embrace the preserve all kind of Ripe Hrtttt in a pf fret
Or T<*i .M all Mm.1'MIY gatIlaiIR4Ifttt1 N"' "' inches condition just at picket for two to three months
l Try three long. They are very most of the information necessary.J. in any temperature, retaining aN their -turat
IflTTI1Jo SX prolific breeders, always throwing largefat F. HENRY.Lawtey flavor enabling khipmetiU to 'elgn ....ntrfK.
it will .etauro .", tested. Cone4pond' *Me MlMited.
ewe )o1 rOOf liver, and Thoroughly
good app' <*:U squabs. Their color is varied, pure HI*. FLAGLHK fie CO., 19 rear JH.,Bet.tlM1.Mau.




'! which, as tests have shown, the finest Worms, grasshoppers, etc., are-I! -
Mate eWs. glassware in the world can he made. doing some damage to melons and tobacco i

Samples have been sent to Sevres, notwithstanding "dirt-daubers" A

A statement of the resources and France, and Trenton, New Jersey, or mud wasps abound. Rev. JamesP.

liabilities of the Eureka Alliance Coml and tested with the most satisfactoryresult I DePass) Director 01.the Experiment

l any, as compared with that of 1892, ; as may be seen by visitingthe Station at Lake City, in Bulletin No. < PIANOS

shows an increase of $913.66 in the office of F. A. & S.V.. Teague, 19, advises farmers to haul clay to i The Recognized Standard of Modern\

business of the company in one year.It this city. The company will begin their wells to accommodate the dirt- Piano Manufacture.

is estimated that this institution work at an early day. The establishment daubers. The only advantage to the I BALTIMORE, NEW YORK,

benefits the people of Eureka, in the of a pottery here has been farmer in doing this, that I can see, 72 124 It Baltimore *t. 1451 Fifth Ave

saving of profit on goods, $1,000 per decided upon, for the manufactureof would be to have his walls, furniture, WASHINGTON, 817* Pennsylvania Arc.
annum. It is has become to be regarded tiling, trimmings, etc. Such a clothing, etc smeared with a better --- ---- ---

as the principal mainspring of manufactory will be of immense quality of mud than that which these Our Rural Jiome

that section.Marion Times. benefit to our city and State as well as insects procure from the marshes; forI

Mr. Stephen Johnson, who lives very p ofitable to the company. It I challenge any one to find in the mudwasp's A Novel Feast.For .
will be a gold mine to the latter.- mudhouse anything its
near Cottondale, was in town this except Our Rural Home.
morning, and told us that he has nine Ocala Capitol. own larva and a number of paralyzed The model housewife puzzles her

acres of wheat that will average twenty Mr. James Kettle, of Hastings Sta spiders; and after long and close obicrvation brain to achieve something new in the

five bushels t.) the acre. He has already tion, has sent to the News office a sam 1 have never seen one in the way of appetizing dainties for her
pie of his English cucumber of the "pursuit or possession" of other
cut three acres, and proposes to any husband and children, as does also
cut the remainder this week. It looks Tender and True" variety. It is living thing.P.l1atka Herald. the popular landlord of a first-class

like a yield of twenty five bushels, or twenty inches long, and has a uniform .,hotel, but seldom do the fond wife,
would our farmers circumference of seven inches. The The grave and reverend seniors at landlord or other entertainer make
even twenty, pay
l better that 6-cent cotton.-Marianna fruit is beautifully grown, having a Tallahassee have found it in their heartto the el10rt to distinguish herself or him
fresh and is protect the dog, and now the cur,
Times. green appearance exceptionally self by setting a table chiefly notablefor
tender and St. no matter how curtailed he may be, II
crisp.- Augustine the antiquity( of its dishes. Such,
1lr.V.. P. De Luna of Eden
arrived News. his owner can put any kind of valueon
here and left however, was the kind served by an
Monday Tuesdayfor
him. The
manatee or sea cow is
where he i Quite a number of Jefferson county antiquary in Brussels some time since.
St Augustine ij lookingfor
protected, too. It is not known
the early arrival of a large farmers carry their cotton to, and do whether she The spread contained apples ripened
of their trading in other markets than ever sent up a petition to i,800 years ago, bread made from
Ripley pineappleplants
the statesmen or not. I Here is protection : -
direct from One reason of this is dueto wheat grown before the Children of
brought J JamaicaOn without taxation.
of the size of the vesselit the fact that these other markets The ordinarycow Israel crossed the Red Sea, which was
account is also .
protected: and her usefulness
is that she should come have better roads leading to them than spread with butter made when Elizabeth -
necessary Monticcllo has. The public roads of trimming up your grove is to was Queen of England: and
the ancient
the harbor
in at at city. be If
greatly enlarged. like
this in you are wine that old when
here withas county arc a most dilapidated was Columbuswas
The plants will be brought Adams
in lots.TitusvilleStar. condition, and should be looked after Dudley opposed to trimmingtrees a boy. The apples were from a
little delay as possible car then
by the proper authorities. -Monticcllo meek and lowly voice, jar found in the buried city of Pompeii.The .
Constitution.The humbly drive her out. The :alligator, wheat was found in a chamberof
Mr. II. F.'Atkinson, who has been for the benefit of visiting dudes, is
Sadie her one of the pyramids, and the butterwas
under the treatment of the celebrated on trip up yesterday protected; the deer that roams the
discovered in an earthen jar on a
brought ,000 pounds of wool. On
occulist, Dr. Calhoun, of Atlanta, her she forest, the turkey that roost in the shelf in an old well in Scotland,
tells us that the principal cause of previous This trip is brought 1,400 hammocks, the fish that wiggle in while the wine came from a vault in
his partial loss of sight was overindulgence pounds. a comparatively new front of your shore, the quail that
Corinth. There six who
in the guests
industry Manatee sec ion and
in smoking and chewing to- "Hob'hite" about your oak stack,
that is destined achieve partook of the feast.Ve are not ad
one probably to
1 bacco. Dr. Calhoun ordered him to had friends at Tallahassee and are
vised whether
the butter of
was an
using it immediately and since great prominence. The natural con protected, but the the
cease ; taxpayer, "
for itself wine
ditions prevailing there seem to be almost age to "speak or the ofa
he has done so Mr. Atkinson says his squash raiser and potato grower have character described Solomon
and by as
perfect, the sheep are entirely
eyesight has impro'ed'er)' much. few; they asked for protection and
self supporting. The wool is "moving itself aright" or as the revised
Indian River Advocate. there were not enough friends presentto
version tells
of us, as "going down
pronouttjcd: as an quality,
The Osceola truck farm will clear with a fine, strong fibre.-'rampa keep the statesmen from kicking smoothly." As the Corinthians were
. of their request, body and boots out of livers' inter' that
about $1,200 on seven acres toma- Times. good we may they
toes this season. Who says it don't The Florida Central & Peninsular the Senate hall.-Palatka Herald.F. had good wine, and that it had not

pay to (farm in Florida?-This morn- steamer Sadie carried out of the Man \\'. Ohlinger, of Winter Haven, deteriorated by 2,000 years burial in
ing, about 3 o'clock, the T. & G. train :atee river and Terra Ceia l bay last Sat- shipped fourteen crates of tomatoesto the Corinthian \-aults.'e hope the
from Clermont due last evening, I antiquary did net make the entire
irday 2,023 crates of tomatoes, 1,190 Barnard, Edwards & Co., of Chi--
reached this place with 5,000 crates of from the river and 823 from the bay.: In the Bartow Courier he stock of ancient wheat into bread,
cago. publishes -
tomatoes, contained in nine cars. This These filled five cars, and upon arriv- a full account of the transac- but that some grains were reserved
is the of the kind ever and that the grain of the Pharoahs
largest shipment ing at Tampa, through the efforts of tion, from which we quote the account -
made over this road, and was bound Mr. W. R. Fuller, Jr., they were dis- sales and a part of their letterto may be reproduced in the new world

for Chicago. Six more carloads will patched on their journey by a special him: "On this sale there is due us discovered by Christopher Columbus.
be in toda-Tavares Herald. train. This is the first special train, If 01:0.V.: HASTINGS.liitrrfeehen .
$13.12 express charges. you want Fla.About.
The Capitol is gratified to announce loaded exclusively with Manatee county to publish us that is your privilege, -- -- -e-----

another great enterprise in which vegetables, which ever left Tampa, ''I but if you do we will compel you to tho Tooth.

Ocala is deeply interested. 1 It is and was drawn by engine,; No. 37 in refund this amount; otherwise, we Very few people have clean teeth.

nothing less than the organization ofa charge of( Engineer M. E. Hunt.- will .expect to get it back on commissions At least that is what a dental surgeon

company with a capital of $300,000 Braidentown Journal. on future shipments: i crate, says, and as he has many more patients

to work the kaolin beds last discovered Both the cinnamon and camphortrees $1; four crates ((85c), $3.40-$4.40. than he can treat without a previous

in Lake county, Fla. Following were tried by the frosty ordeal of f 2 crates, worthlebs, sent to dump pile, engagement,he is in a position to knowa

constitutes the company: Mrs.I Mary January, 1886, and proved to be quite ; charges, express or freight, great deal about the subject. Brush.

Newcomb and Mr. I D. Newcomb, of hardy, at least in the central countiesof $17 08; commission on sale, 44c.- ing the teeth does not always cleanse

Henderson, Ky.; Stapleton & Co., of Florida. In the summer followingwe : $17.52; due B. E. & Co., $13. ir.; them, according to this authority; thatis

Leesburg, Fla.; S.V.. Teagu W. saw fine specimens of both of themon Ship us good stock and we will send the hasty application of the brush.

A. Fulton, of Ocala, Fla.; James K. Ceneral Sanford's "IJelair" estate, better returns than any house in Chicago To be of service the brush should be

Whittakcr, of New York City. This showing not the slighest damage. Both t but we have no trade for trash. oval in shape, quite small, absolutely

company now owns 4,500 acres of were growing luxuriantly on ordinarydry Chicago: May 12, 1893." Trash without decoration, and of a long, fine

kaolin land in Lake county, which "Florida sand." The same summer I These tomatoes, the fourteen crates, and medium stiff bristle, so as to reach

lies near the Florida Southern, F. C. we saw a camphor tree on "flat. I averaged from sixteen to twenty to into every space and dislodge every

& P. and Orange Belt railways. The woods" land, near Waldo, in an equally I the basket. One basket was filled 1 particle of food.

land runs near one-fourth mile of I thrifty condition. That the cinna. I with ten tomatoes, to which I called 1 It is of more importance that the inside

Lake Ilarris, one of the most beautiful mon was grown so far north at thattime i special attention. I doubt whether of the teeth should be brushed "

lakes in the State. In addition to we cannot say, but if it was, we a finer lot of tomatoes ever left Polk than the outer side, as the accumulations 1

the kaolin, a sand, in almost inexhaustible doubt not that it Proved to be nearly, county than these fourteen crates. are to be found there that cause a

quantity, has been discov- if not quite, as hardy as the camphor.Prof. II Facts are facts, if they are'stubborn not only bad breath but the destruc

ered on the company's land, from 4\. H. Curtiss Times-Union. sometimes. tion of the dentine. The motion of

F .




the brush should be up and down. which arc happening to us every day EXCELLENT IUtEA!). There is more Catarrh in this section

Frequent or long brushing is not good, is the getting of small particles of dust Three quarts of Hour, one teaspoonful of the country than all other diseasesput

as the gums are apt to recede from the and cinders in the e'eVhat is at of i"aHono" white tables sugar{,oonful o1)e-half of-sweet teaSIKOnful lard!, one of together, and until the last few

torture of stiff brushes first a loose attachment of such to be incurable.For .
a ]Kitato, one wjnare of cum pn"'M tl yeast, years was supposed
Warm water is the best both for body soon becomes a firm one by the sweet milk to mix, either new milk or a great many years doctors pronounced

washing and rinsing the mouth. Warm rubbing of the afflicted eye, which is milk that has been heated. Pare, slice it a local disease, and pre

soapsuds, made of palm oil soap and sure to follow. When this happensto and boil the potatoes, turn oil the water, : scribed local remedies, and by con-
mash: add one of flour and l>oilingwater
used twice a week, is not agreeable, a child try to make him understandthe snilicient cup to make a tiff paste! of stantly failing to cure with local treat

but the results arc excellent; being an rubbing only makes matters the potato i and flour. Cool to lukewarm- ment, pronounced it incurable.

antiseptic, the soap dissolves the deposits worse, and that it is best to let the ness, add the yeast; dissolved in a little Science has proven catarrh to be a

on the teeth and refreshes the free flow of tears called forth by the tepid water, cover set in a warm place, constitution disease, and therefore requires
and should t 1.0 in hour. Sift
whole mouth as few tooth powderscan. presence of the irritant wash it out. light an constitutional treatment. Hall's
the remaining Hour in a largo) rub
V After this, the only sure way of When this is not effectual, grasp the into the salt, sugar, and lard. I.Four the Catarrh Cure' manufactured by F. J,

knowing] that the teeth are clean is to upper lid by the lashes and pull it jtotato sponge) upon the flour,add enough Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the

pass a silk thread between them and well down over the lower lid, allowing warm milk to make a dough as soft as only constitutional cure on the market.It .

finish with another gargle or rinsing of it to sweep back over this part, thus can IN kneaded, and l knead it thorough; is taken internally in doses from 10
Cover again, keep warm, and let it
warm water. The use of a pin, needleor cleaning it ont. Most foreign bodies ly.rise" three or four hours. Mould( into drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly

+ penknife as a toothpick is painfulto get entangled in the upper lid, so that loaves; let them rise double their' i7.e. on the blood and mucous surfaces

think of, and an excellent way to this proceeding is usually eflectual if and bake. of the system. They offer one

ruin the teeth. such body is not deeply and firmly SNOW ruimiNo. hundred dollars for any case it fails to

Many people lose their teeth by attached. If the body still remains, Put a j,'Tint> of milk in the double! (toiler cure. Send for circulars and testi.
and on the tire; mix three tablespoon
carelessness in eating or drinking very the lids must be everted over a pencil, of coriihtarch' with a gill of milk and! one- monials. Address,

i hot or cold substances, and also in and all parts, including the ball of the third of a tt'nnH>onfiil of salt; stir this F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.

taking very powerful dru s.Vhen eye, be carefully examined in a good into the milk when it !oils; brat the l rSold by Druggists, 75c.

ever possible liquid medicines shouldbe light. The disagreeable sensation whites of four eggs; to a stilT froth, and
then beat into them half
taken from medicine and remain several hours gradually a cup "CENT-A-WORD" COLUMN.
a spoon or longer
I ful of |K\vdered sugar, and one teasjMKm-!' ) .. .,
acidulous drinks through a straw. Per after the body has l been actually re ful of vanilla; add! this! to the cooking -- ------

feet health is impossible without good !moved from the irritation already set mixture and) l beat vigorously, for one min To failure must be Insertion accompanied in this by column the money., advertisements

teeth. Another reason for their preservation in. ute. Rinse a mould in cold water and, Advertisement* must not exceed fifty word
.. pouring, it into it, set to cool. Atserving Postage Stamp received in payment.
is the the --' "" '-- | away
beauty they give Count every word,including name and address.
Hints on Conversation. time turn out on a Hat dish, and .
mouth. Loss of teeth hollows in
puts with chocolate ---- -- ----
the checks and makes the face old. .\ It has been recently stated that con- wrvc .4 KUll"t.. o AT chicks A SACRIFICE, offer To make room for 1,000
Ilrecding Stock
we our at a
tooth should never come out while versation is a lost art. Certainly tjie Outlook for tho California Grower. bargain i pen 4 flack Langshan liens, one
listener to be out of date. Per ; I x1) 9 Hruwn I'. Rock hens, t cock;I pens
there is a nerve in it. Composition appears (c. J. Berry furnishes an interestingletter 10 (each) White Leghorn hens, ;2 cocks... ; t pen S
fillings are now not only inexpensive, sons who have regard for the usages of to the readers of the Tularo! Register Drown Leghorn hens, i cock; i inns B. S. Hamburg
polite society should remember that in which he urges fruit ,growers of ; hens i cock; a pens$ (each) Imperial Pekin
but considered by the profession better Ducks, i Drake. Send for price-list with funl)3rtlcu1an
than the finest do listening is one of the canons of good that county to plant more (>each, {tear to H. XV. AWSDB.N! Ormond Via.
gold. They manners. Absent mindedness is im and. prune trees, instead. of orange trees.He 6-j-tf __ _. __ ____
wear as long, but neither do they require says: .

as much excavation as metal polite. Every one is entitled to a fair The would-be orange grower. should ANHW CASH for spraying RF.GlSTF.rt orange for tree hs;aka$d. Force GERMAN

filling. Good work will last (from one share of attention paid him when con- remember tho orange can neither le DRUG STORK, Jacksonville, Fla. 6-j-jt

versing. If one is bored demands canned nor dried. but must 1m consume
to two rears, and a small outlay will courtesy EGOS AND CHICKS of 15 varlrtic ALBERT
1 nalnrcl. The in
an orange crop
he should listen and appear to St. Nicholas, 6o..t
renew it. our State thi4ar! i is fully 7,000 carloads -
-.- appreciate the story that is related on which, at aoo Ixxxes to a car, WILL RXCIiANclt--A Nuil-blmt Young Me

Tho Care of Windows.It the subject under discussion. A writeron makes 2,100,000 dozes of thin fruit otTered Buck for Longwool Iluek.. N. R.I'IYl-
neon, ricolata St. Johns Co., Fla. S-'7Jt
social etiquette once remarked that for sale, principally tho Eastern .
is that do --- ------
surprising women not "nine times out of ten the attentive buyer, all in tho short space of three BI'.KS FOR SAI.J!-\ddrt'H N. ADAMS. Sorren
more often adopt the method used by months, coming in competition with vial itWANTfiISour
listener is
admired than the --
storekeepers for cleaning and polishing more most some of the late Florida oranges:
brilliant ": give lowest price
glass. I have tried it myself for several which at that time are far sweeter than per 'in Gnrreu. f. o. b. Address
months and found it Avoid in conversation all mentionof our early! crop and of course the preference "Orange," care I'armerand llrulbGrewet.320at .

especially your affairs. The clever woman is! J given to them. Out of the entire ________ _
valuable during cold weather when it
of State this there will
her hearthstone its crop our year THJUR '
guards sorrows RHAL VAI.UIiverylatgetwo
would not be practicable to use water lot one-third of it thrown away, simply to four-yeararkl 1 orange and lemtm buds
outside. I use'it both in and out. troubles and .annoyances_ as _carefullyas l because> a market could not bo found! on sweet stocks and grape fruit. J. I..I> RIRUX.
-- - -- ---- -- -
she does the sacredness of her re for it. Lakeland, Fla. S-.t
Provide with alcohol
common ---- --
ligion. The world admires our cheer- In four years from now, within a radius -
and make the cloth KXCHANr.K-ttighty acre, Missouri
whiting WILL
; of twelve miles of San Diego, there for
tulness. Your griefs belong to your an Orange Grove. For further
damp, but not wet, with the liquid, I will IKJ. ::;,000 acres in orange' trees in particulars correspond with Joiiw W. lla\vaa.
self. inner life which
b then dip it into the whiting. Rub the They are your bearing and if they yield a crop 1 by that Verona, Fla. yaa3t
glass as you would if using soap and should be closed witb iron portals. time there will IHJ. added to the present -

Even if your heart break, recollect the supply' from that section alone 7,000,000) LUIONA TRIFOLIATA TkNI--3mallthrifty
water. Polish with chamois. Windows
mail. Three far ten for
cleaned in this will shine critical public at all times likes a smil l>oxes. In the counties of San Uernar- Sac, one hundred for b.J5. L. W..KftRVAN,
manner ing face and cheerful manner.-lIar- dino, Orange. and I/M Angeles, I am or\Valk, l'1.TILGIIMAN'S.
and sparkle, and will keep clean much pretty reliably informed both by oliser- -- ---- --

longer than if done in the old laborious per's Bazar. ration and correspondence, there will IK at CONDITION J. C. L'Hngle'a POWDFR Drug can Stere lie,

way of rinsing and wiping and in hearing during, the same )period that Jacksonville, Fla. )"-t>in
RECIPES. San Diego county is! mentioned about ---- ------- -

polishing.Next 40,000 acres and if they yield a crop (as FOR SALU Best Stock Pigeons, Carriers,
after clean glass come neat CHEESE STJtA ws. they will almost surely do) those three *, Tumbler. Common and Runts;
latter largest pigeon grown; all (inquiries with
shades. Put into n basin two ounce of each of counties will add to tho present supply stamps answered. W. S. F0NK. Law ley, 1'14.5tJ4t .

To keep shades from streaking dust finely grated cheese -any kind of which ll/JOO.OOO boxes. Now if wo add these .
--- -- -------
happens) to be preferred-fresh butter ami figures together with tho present pro
them every time .the room is swept. ; 8ALK-Satsuma Orange Duds! Iran bear
sifted Hour add to taste of duction Southern California is likely to FOR
Do this the shade downto ; a seasoning, tree at f 1.00 per moo by mail,or IT per
by drawing
Kilt, cayenne ami pounded mace; mix compiled to offer for sale 20,300,000: Lox by express. G L. TABRR Glen St. Mary,
its full length and using a feather thoroughly, anti form into a stiff paste l boxes of oranges. three or four years Fla.FLORIDA'S. __. rm38t

duster along the front and over the with Ixxiten egg. Roll out this paste just hence. Who is going to buy that man);?
for small
roller. As you roll up the shade keepon aa thin as )jtossihle) then cut part of itlnto What's tho grower going to do with his !I advantages Mate Journal," Arcadia Investments Pla.,

dusting the roller. You will by strips or !straws about four inches long orange crop? $1.00 per year: sample with state map. 10 cents
anti not more than the third of an inch 42JI2AFANCY
this means brush both sides, for they wide, and stamp out the remainder into feel weak -
If PIGEONS-fought, exchanged.
roll up from the outside. rings about an inch in diameter. Place you for what you want. Stamp for reply.

Care should also be taken, now that Lot list raws and rings on as.n'llSl'CIIJ.1kins. ; and all worn out takeBROWN'S LLOYD GRANT, Lady Lake,.Fla. 7.Zl 'Jt
the of windows and sud tin and bake for a few minutes in a brisk -- --- --
season open IRON BITTERS
STOCK. All leading varieties sweet
until colored.) Great NURSF.RY
oven delicately care
den showers is at hand, that when is necessary in the removal of each piecefrom HaC&-.T WOYKTON.on sour Archer stocks Pia.fine, healthy 3-11-141 cheap.

windows are opened from the top the the paste board to the baking tin in The Paine Fertilizer Go's office at ---.- -

shades shall be tightly rolled, or otherwise order to avoid breaking, the cheese paste Jacksonville, at the suggestion of their KNOWING our Bolt Phosphate to be a valuable
will be before I l being exct.'t.'tlinglbrittle.. When quite New York office and their New York and for the purpose of giving
they spotted you farmers and fruit growers a chance to test it at
cold put into each ring as straws agents, will inaugurate a system of cut
are aware.-St. Louis Republic. small cost we will deliver it f. o. b. cars in 300-
as can conveniently be accommodatedand rates on all agricultural chemicals after pound sacks at 60 cents per sack. COWLKS&JORDAN -
When--Things.Get.- -in the Eye. serve cold, tastefully arranged on apr'tt' December 15th. This will be purely an PBRTIUZKR Co.. Barlow, Fla. =fir;-<4t
-- --- -
hero You had better take advantage -
I dUh I paper, and garnished experiment SALK for cah,tlraeer tiade, ,
orange groves
One of the most frequeut and most and there with tiny sprigs of fresh pars of it while it !lasts. See ad. on FOR and timber lands. R. RBMLKY, Keuka,

annoying of the smaller accidents i ley. page 370. Fla. 31I.,6tF




fiLO-l\lqA'\ : t- and it will be of incalculable value in the russet orange ugly," but they in the United States Dispensatory or

Oif.GROWEA resuscitating the groves and fields of find it has within it the root of the in the trade catalogues of the manu

RMERYR i our State. The franchise is for a long matter. The buttery, melting pine. facturing druggists. Sitfyx or salix is

time and covering large area, and I apple of Indian River, eaten with a I Latin for willow, and is also the

STEPHEN POWERS, Editor. may prove to be a very valuable one. spoon, renews in the old man-yes, etymological basis for the word

P. O. Address. Lawtey, Fla. ------.....-- even surpasses the vivid memory of salicylic. This "compound extractof

. A Great Injustlco to the Pineapple his boyhood's first Seckel. The pompano salyx" is, therefore, probably a

CONTENTS. Growers. of Tampa is unsurpassed and spurious concoction of salicylic acid.

CROVE AWD ORCHARD-Rough Lemon Stocks; The records of the Jacksonville the oysters of Fernandina and St. The "California cold process" has

Peaches. .on. .Reclaimed. . . Land. .;.Forest. .......Protection .. 363 customhouse show that within the past Andrews, under skillful cookery, been again and again denounced by
Truck and Market; Apricots-Ration for two weeks 14,617 dozen pineappleshave leave no gap to be filled by the the California papers as a fraud. \redo

Horse No Root Knot in the Orange . 364 arrived in this city from points Saddle Rock. not hesitate to brand this as an

Summer Cropping of Peach Orchards of 365 outside i of the United States, chieflythe The wire grass mutton of this Statea other of the numerous "dodges" of
VINBYAan-Tw. Trimming
THE ways ;
Summer Pruning; Some Kxcellent Advice Bahama: Islands. They were ( clear misnomer since it is made the indefatigable swindler J M. Main
. .. . . . .... .... .... . .36s crated here and stencilled ,
ReflowofSap. .... . .... .. . .. 366 pirtv< re from the fragrant wild vanilla and the of Zanesville: 0., who has been in this
FARMER AND TRUCKKR-Plowing Under Cowpeas "choice Floridas" and par were sent sweet deerweed), and a bake of the business for nearly twenty years.

; Trucking at Norfolk ...... .. ... 366 on North bearing: simply the stencilof piney woods porker, without a dropof Look out for him.Incidentally ,

Dairying in the Gulf States .......... ..... 367 a Jacksonville firm. There was "improved" blood in his veins but will that inserted
we say we -
..... .. .... ..
POULTRY-Squab Breeding 3 367 the indicate that
nothing on crates to fed from pig to butchering on pea- last week an advertisement of
OUR RURAL HOME-A Novel Feast; About the
Teeth . .. .. ... ... .. ... ... 368 the fruit did not grow in Florida.No nuts-these are meats whose exquisitesavor the Harrison motor which we had
Care of Windows; When Things Get in the intelligent Floridian claims that can be matched by nothing previously declined. We did so on
Bye; Hints on Conrersation; Recipes .... 369 the
HDITORIAL-Notes; Commerce in Muck; ordinary Red Spanish variety is grown on the uncalled vegetation of the personal guarantee; of a respect-
Great Injustice to Pineapple Growers; any better grown in this State than the interior. able Cincinnati house that: the motor

Florida.at. the. Fair. .;.The.. ..Trail... .. .of. ..the. Serpent .370 that grown in the Bahamas. But an Let Florida alone-Florida is all i has substantial merits.

Italian Oranges . .. .... ....... 371 important point is, they did not grow right. The big, ugly plastered pile at i

... .. .. .. in Florida. Another and!
Weather and Crops 373 vastly more Chicago the counterfeit
... presentmentof '
Woather-- -in-Jacksonville. important point is, they are likely to the old Spanish fort--let it alone ; J1]'lal'[ ktr\ S.

__________.___. __ __ ,._ _0.j damage the reputation of those that let it stand there, "grand, gloomyand
.; A.= did in Florida. "
j S.S. be BBATE. 0 grow peculiar, for the witlings to JACKSONVILLE, FLA., June 1.
I.aao' m n 8" 5 a x g -g ..A..II..:.:.:: J Judging from our inspection of some sneer at and sniff at. Let it stand FRUITS AND VKGHTADLKS.These .

-1-, of this fruit on the wharves, we shouldsay there to the balked ambition .
represent are average quotation Kxtra: choice
May *|.... .... 7$ ?8 91 68 13 I T the
180 chances arc that from ten to lots fetch price above top quotations, while poor
May 34.... 77 78 93 70 a* ,',83 o.ooMay ot men who would try to trim .
lots sell lower.Pomelos
3$.... ...... 7S 76 j 70 aj J81| 1 a oo twenty five per cent. of that cargo will this State into lines of beauty with the box. .. .. .................... 3.50to3.00
May 36..... .... '78 M MO 71 M 80 i T reach the Northern markets in a moreor Apples, russet........... ............,-.400104.30 .
May '1...... 178 p 9 73 16 8l i o.oi same dapper little square and trowel J.t'U1on..l'la., .... ............ .1.50102.00
May 38..... .. 177 Se go 72 18 8t I 0.05 less rotten condition. This arises that took the measure of Rhode .. Messina! .. ........., ........ J.5O
May 39. 71 88 69 19.78 X' 0.37 Pineapples,crate............ ........ 4.50105.00
causes acting mostly prior to Island. FL-rida- repels more than Bananas,bunch.... ....... ........... 1.50 to 1.85'
Mean . 7? i!"6.3)90.4) 70.3 ;;.; So .1#! 3.33 their arrival in the United States- she but the friends she has Potatoes choice....................... 3.00
1 E. H. )>J.al.\ls. Olerver. attracts, .. sacks......... ... ........ 3.75
chiefly, we judge, irom drenchingwith she holds with hooks of steel. New bbl..... ............... J.ootoj.jfl
--------- s ----i ----
rain or sea-water. Now. when a Florida is slow of her Onions.. Bermuda, imported, per bu i.y
Messrs. Redfield & Son the Philadelphia as as one sea- Fla.,3-peck crate........ .... i.ootoi9$
Northern dealer buys a crate of these cows-and as solid. A hundred Sweet potatoes,DUI........ . ..t.... l.so to I.'S
commission merchants of na. Florida cabbage, bbl .. ... ........ .... 1.33
"choice Floridas" and finds .
so manyof years hence she will pour out on the Beets,new,per too......... ......... 1.00101.50
tional reputationhave purchased them rotten it will make him .. bbl .7... .... ......... .... .. 3.00
such wealth
about sixty acres of land near Auburn- wary Columbian anniversary a Turnips, Fla ..... .. .. ..... .... a.co
of the pineapples dale partly planted in orange and A from the Bahamas Parsnips, ......... .. .......... .35
lemon trees. The consideration is pine coming perors raked the world to bring to. Celery .... .. .. ......... ............... .3510 .40
to be reshipped in this city stands Kgg I.lant..cralc.lm.n............... l.sot02.oo
understood to be $16,000. about three chances of gether. Beans,crate .... ..... ................. .25
getting through 5 S Green peas, bushel ... .............. 1.35101,50
-- rotten where a genuine Florida, especially Tho Trail of the Serpent. Tomatoes.. .. .. .. ..................... 1.00101.50
The Legislature has tithed mint, Squashes! bbl.. ........... ... ......... 1.35101,50
anise and but if goin all the way by rail, I have just used the last of the fruit Cocoanuti... .......... ............ 4.00
cummin neglected the stands two. A Florida Peanutsbest brand...... ............. .O7>(
pine cannotbe that I last I did
weightier matters of the law. It has put up summer. not Strawberries... ....................... .08 to .10
distinguished by the most expert heat or seal the fruit, just put it up Plums, bu. .. .. .... ................. 1-50 to 3.00
1 Kissed personal bill and protected the Blackberries! qt............. ......... .08
lower animals even down to the judge from a Bahama pine of the same cold. Get fresh fruit, wash it clean, Mangoes per too....... ............. 1.50 to 3.00
oyster .... .... ......
variety. It does not bear its own im in common three or four-gallon Huckleberries .... .. .08
; but general statutes: for the protection put Cucumbers, crato ... ................ .35
of the print like the Florida orange. Even earthen jars, and press it down what Green Cora doen.................... .15
and the vegetable orange shippers and pear were growers thrownout. if it did, has a dealer any right to you can without injuring it Take Peaches, carrier .................. .... 3to3y

stencil it a Florida product ? 2 Ole compo ex. salyx (you can get it POULTRY AND EGGS.

... .. Florida -.- from any druggist); dissolve it in four Roosters J Hens...... .. ......... .............. .34 to,30.36
The eighth annual meeting; of the at tho Fair. gallons boiling water; when cool pouron Broilers. ...*............... .... .30 to 40
Better perhaps the hungry Turkeys, per pound 16 to 16Hc
Florida Fruit Exchange shareholderswill bit enough to cover the fruit. The Ducks.... ................. ........... .15 to .50
l he held in this city on walls of Fort Marion at Chicago than salyx prevents fermentation and the Geese..... ............ .. ............... .50
Thursday, the of California nailed KttCS. ....... .................... .... .15
June 8th, 1893, at 10 o'clrck a. in. oranges by water keeps the air from the fruit. I
Special} rates of one fare for the round thousands-fitting use !-on locomotives i put up 20 gallons strawberries, 23 ...... .
White(corn small lots .... ............I 1.30
trip will be granted by all lines to and rustic arches. Florida is gallons raspberries, 40 gallons Mixed corn, ............... ....... 1.33
per. not tricked it is Whiteoats, ...... ................. 1.85
sons desiring to attend this meeting. up yet; emptyand peaches, and 17 gallons grapes, and Mixedoats: ............... ........ 1.75
Tickets will go on sale J June 7th and needs filling itself. Florida is not did not lose a gallon. Every jar Hay, No. I, Timothy, small Iota............ 20.00
beautiful it is Wheat bran small lots...................... ao.ooWheat
8th, and will be good to return until by nature : ugly-as kept perfectly Iresh. The fruit looked )Middlings per ton..... ............. 21.00
ugly as a pock pitted karat( or an alii and tasted it did when Ground feed, fresh (corn and oats),per sack
June 12th. .. just as picked. of too pounds............................. 1.50
-- gator. It is a great sloven peninsula I I keep boarders and they all thoughtmy Peed meal per sack of 100 pounds, I less
A Commerce in Muok. !stretching its monotonous flats into quantity. ,per ton......................... 33.00
fruit was the nicest they ever ate, Rice flour, per cwt........................... .90
In the Times Union report of the the Gulf. being much finer than canned fruit.I Pure wheat, per sack of too pounds......... MO

l legislative proceedings occurs this : Florida has only just come out of I think it strange that every one does Prepared Iso-pound steam sacks.cooked....:...cow.....feed.....,.per.. ..cwt....,. 1.30
A new industry has been inauguratedin the sea. From end to end it ;s full of Prepared steam cooked horse feed, per cwt,
not try this way of putting up fruit, 150-pound sacks......... ...... ...... 1.50
this State by the passing of the bill shell and seaweed with a dank, salt as it is certainly elegant and so cheap: Pearl! grits, per barrel............,......... 3.10 I
incorporating the East and South smell of sand and and pine Pearl meal,per barrel..... .. .. ............. 3,10
} ; swamp and
healthy. Flour,best winter wheat, patent. .......... 4,90,
Florida Muck Mining and Improvement alternated with prairie and hammockand MRS. C. I). BAKER.V. Flour, extra fancy family.... ............. 4.30 f
which is of flatwoods millions of (Half barrels,either brand, 350 per barrel
Company, a measure acres of Va., May 5, I&9J- extra.)

special merit, as it seeks: to establishan them, furnishing not only sorest but The above was written by a man, I. Cotton seed meal, bright per ton.... ....... 36.00 I

entirely new industry in the Stateto in it a native (pasturage which was not and is substantially: the same as that Dark ton or. Sea. .Island.. .. .. ..cotton.. . .seed.... Noneinmarket meal per pi !
- wit : The conversion of the rich found in any Atlantic State and only which is sent to I hundreds of agricultural Pure ground bone, fine per ton ........ .. 31.00 '
.... ..
Bone and potash,per ton ..... .3 .00
submerged ana unsubmerged muck, surpassed by the Western prairies. 1 papers. There is a "compoundextract -- __0 .._ __. _-_ '-_ -

which for )years has been deposited in The muddy-hided alligator has in his of salyx" which is manufacturedby
To Fruit and Growers
vast quantities along our water courses, tail a strip of flesh fit for the gourmet, a reputable firm in Baltimore and Vegetable :

into a commercial article. I It is a fact and manatee beef is better than that can be bought in at least one drug Ship your Pineapples, Melons. Lemon,
Grapes, Peaches Vegetables etc to us as we
now well established that the class of (mom Chicago:; where the blood of store in Jacksonville at $i for a paste think yon will get more money here than yeu

muck that this company will handleis cattle smokes above the city. Our board box holding alx>ut a half pint. will by shipping North.BLAIR & THRASHKR,

worth from $7 to $8 per dry ton, English cousins are pleased to term i But the substance is not mentioned Jacksonville Pla, oi




--.- ---.---- ,--. ---... ._,- --- -

German kainit, per ton .......... .... .... 17.00 Of the Ocean
Land plaster. .. ..... .. .. ... .. .. ..... .. 10.00 Alas) Rtromshir.n.'H.."'<.'I'J!' .: that some houses always
Nitrate Soda, *Kc per pound; per ton. ... 55.00 the Tallahassee, Mny : hadI:?: Ixjxes! I You have noticed: seem ;
Muriate potash JoKe per pound; per ton so.oo of oranges and l 15.S8 crates of vegetables they &xrSSK
Sulphate potash, K per pound; per ton .. 3*.o0 i of (
ity 20th.
; Augusta, May 250 faded. Others look
Sulphate potash, 91 per cent. ... ..._. .. 55.00 always bright, clea.i, fresh. The owner of the first
Mixes of error;;es and 10,221' crates of vegetables economizes with "cheap" mixed paints, etc.; the second paints with

SEEDS, .Ca : City' of Birmingham, :May( 28lh) !

p en1 Clay... .... .... .... s... .... .... 1.10Whlppoorwill 139: ixxes of oranges and 14,378 crates
.... .. ........ ............ 1.1. of vegetables Kansas City :JOth.1M Strictly Pure White Lead.
.4 Black... .... .... .... ... .... ........ 1.45 ; May .
Black Rye . ............... ........ 1.30 boxes of oranges and! 12,783 crates"")
".. Red Ripper... .. .............. ...... 1.15 of vegetables; Gate City (to Boston) May( The first spends three times much for
. Conch.. .... .. . .... ... .. .. ..... 3.75 2.;, 57 Ixjxes: of and crates I as paint in five years, and his buildings -
.* Split..... .. ..... .............". .. .... .... a.75 oranges 5,818 I never look as well.
Deans; ..... .... ........ ................ .....2.40 vegetables; Dessoug: (to Philadelphia) ) Almost everybody knows that good paint can only be had by
Lima ....... .... .........."........." 2.70 May(: 27, 127 boxes of oranges and :2,314' strictly pure White Lead. The difficulty is lack of in using
Pearl Cat Tail millet, per pound........ .... aoc crates of vegetables.MOVKMEXT; care selecting it. The
German or Golden millet, per bushel. .. ... 2.00 following t brands are strictly pure White Lead, "Old Dutch" process; they

Hungarian grans, per bushel ........ ..... .. a.so OF VKOKTAllLtX: : are standard and well known-established by the test of years :
Rural Branching Dhoura ........ .
White milo maize per*pound.. ...... aoc ajc For the same i*:'riod the following estimates ANCHOR" "(Cincinnati) ICED S&AL (St. Louis)

Kaffir corn . .... aoc are given: Beets, 950; crates; ECKSTEIN (Cincinnati) KENTUCKY Louiiville)
Amber cane or sorghum .oo'..." aoc ('abbage, 8,075 crates: tomatoes, 2 a,000() SOUTHERN (St. Louis and Chicago ATLANTIC.. (New York)
Alfalfa or Lucerne .... .... aoc "COLLIER"St.( Louis) JKWETT" :
Johnson grass ........ 150 rates; squashes, 4.500 crates; cakes, For color (other than white) tint the Strictly Pure White Lead with
Gold wed rice ( ), per bushel.. .... .. a.oo 17,000() crates: iM'ans) 14,noo crates; |>ota- any
Genuine red upland oats ... .. ..., tioeVbl.te .oes, 0,000 crates and barrels!' ; egg plants, National Lead Company's Pure White Lead Tinting Colors, and you will
\ seed rice ..... .... ass 1,500crates( ) onions GOO crates eaches have the best paint that it is possible to put on a building.For .
Beggar weed need, per pound ........ ...... .25 t WM() cmtes. ; ; j sale by the most reliable dealers in paints everywhere.
GROCRUIHK. If you are going to paint It will pay you to send to us for a book containing information

utt rgilted&e... .. .. .... ...... ....... .. .35 THE FIRST CAR OF 11tJ.: SS. teat may save you many a dollar; it will only cost you a postal card to do so.
Cheese, full cream .. ................ .14
Chase X creamKvaporaled . ........ ............. .12 There is always a lively struggle; for NATIONAL LEAD CO.
apricots ...... ......... .... .16 I he first car of melons, and the honor ,
Kvaporated peaches............ ."...... .14 this Mr.( B. K. i Broadway, New York.
Evaporated apples.... .......... ...... .11 was captured year by --- --- _.
Dried peaches' . .... ............. ..... .to Price for the ('Central of Georgia. A telegram --- -- -

Dried apple.. .. .. .... ................. .. 08 states: "The first carload i of NEW YORK, May( 12!).-Potatoes have: legs I 2.00( ) to 2.50) crate f.Olto( () ) (J.25)
Currant. .. .. .... _...._......... 06 watermelons from the South shown market the per
Citron. .. .. .. ................ .. 16 shipped a declining during barrel: tomatoes none choice on the
Prunes Turkish. .. .. .. .. ......... ..... .13 this season left Grand Island at :2! o'clock week, lr.<)th on foreign ami domestic. market, t 1.75: to 2.50) j per ((1-ha.sket carrier;

Raisins I.. L. box... .... .. ........ ...$1.90 today (May( IW), consigned to F. Dclsignore Foreign stock ranges fron12.00 to 2.':; in egg plant) :3.50 to 4.00() crate
digs Dry. .. ... ................. ..... .13 I & ("<>.. of Cincinnati. It went via Backs and domestic including HMtthern, 25 to OOe>> lox.Cluc.uw i per ; squash
Nuts'.. mixed... .... ............._......... .12
.. Almonds .. .... . .. . ......... .18 Albany, routed) over the lines of the Central from 2.00 to :3.50 |nr? barrel. IfcrmudaNo. -

Hnglish Walnuts..... ................ .1, Railroad of Georgia) the Western 1 range from 4.00 to 1.50 and No. 2, May( 29.{) -Cabbage, Mobile[
.'. Pecans .......... ... ..... ........ .la and! Atlantic and the Cincinnati South-) 2 00 to ::1.25. Southern cabbage brings 2.00 misiana I ,
Filberts. ......... ........ .. ... .12 ; choice 2.75 to :3.25: ; cu
Bratil Nuts. ... .. ,... ...... .. .... . 10 ern. The shipjH'r of the! nlt.'IOnR'US J. :SOc to 1.00 i per hhlcrnte'hill- cticuinl cumbers 1.50: () to 2.00|per cmlt!; egg plant,
W. Jlidewell. of Grand Island." l are weak at 2.00 to :3.00 for Charleston choice 1.00 to 1J50 dozen; squash, white,

: and Savannah and 1.00 to 2.00 for .;O barrel; tomatoes Florida, :3.25 to

Market Notes. Auction Sales. Florida JKT crate. Onions are weaker, 3. ,o.

JACKSONVILLE Juno 1. Peaches with Bermuda ... .
:, are owing to heavy supply, -
I L. Connolly fe C.., Liverpool Ii15
110in very, fair supply and of goodmmlity : ranging from 1.25 to 1.40: New Orleans, Business Notices.
California Navel
and size, chiefly Pcetitos anti nia 4$. 5M. :(alMut oranges 1.18)) ,to ex.t IK) Campa(about per bag, 1.40 to 1.50 and( :3.00 j per bbl., TUB; ('LYiK) I.ls.-Thi4! popular) and

Japan Blood Not only South Florida while Egyptian in 110-lh.) bags bring enterprising) in view of the
2.25):)). May 17, California Navels, ex. company,
but Duval county is represented.OrangeNdisap 2.50 to 2.00() ; lettuce, southern J per? bhi.. fact that the railroads out of
Canlp aria: .(to. 3d. (about 1.50):>> ) to 10s. | ear from our quotationsthis ) (about 2.02.) 1.00 to 2.00.) Tomatoes sell in limited Florida' have failed) to make any considerable

week, ami strawl>erries are about Sgobei quantities at low prices Florida No.1 1, adequate reduction
& Day. of New York, : "No on roundtrip I
done. Blackberries are not plenty, but Further shipments California ranging from 2.25 to 2.75, and i poor 1.00 tickets to the Worlds Fair, has decidedto

they do not seem to lie se() much in donmnd orangeshave to 2.00. Asparagus meets moderate undertake the task. A
l been made to Liverpool} as severalof roundtrip
an they were in former years. before the last ('unuurh't'tl there out of condition wiles, extra bringing 1.50: to 2.00 i IK'r ticket will soon 1 IKJ>> }placed on wile from

pint!(lppfee Itocame HO plont( y The and! made unsatisfactory results." dozen, and |poor in fair ?5c to 1.25. Florida to Chicago t'faow York which

latter are much sweeter? than the wild will be only a little in excess of the
Blake: Kipley, Boston, May 10): California
lorries; indeed I, pineapples) seem to be Navels, 2.00 to 3.30: : seedlings, PIIII KLPIIIA: May 21)).-New vegetables straight, railroad fare from here to Chi.CIJtO.

uncommonly sweet thin reason.; 1.60 to 2.00. of all kinds are now in liberal> ? up-> Particulars will 1x3 announced in

I'lXEArTLK" : MOVEMENTS. ily. Tomatoes have: I been heavy, but the a. few days.ATLANTA.
HnoCo.., Ik)>tcm, May 23: : California -
bulk of the arrivals and in '
The Fruit Exchange is now receiving, Navels, 2.37: to 3.00.: very poor, AOIUCULTUUAL" onK .-Our

its fourth cargo of Florida pines, the SgoU'l' & 1 Day: New York, :May\ 25:;: some instances alMiut worthier, althoughwith readers will not fail to note the new full
hun market good l have 1
a prices l.'Cnrt'ali7.c.d page advertisement: of this great Southern
schooner Manatee, Captain John Zealous, Florida oranges, 2.00 to 4.02:!-latterprice
four days out from Elliott's Key with for Halifax liver Hart's I J..at('. but the trUllh'o hall enough establishment, which will he foundopjiosite

1,800) dozen in bulk. They were l eing.: Porter Bros., one car California Na- poor stock, and we caution shippers the third I page of the cover.

unloaded and crated at the S. F. & '\'. nels: :3.00( ) to :I.50. against making further shipments unless This house has made( a social} study of
the stock i is choice when] it will
command implements suitable" for certain linos of
It H. wharf. Negroes carried them out Dix & Wilkins, Baltimore, :May 23: :
1\'e also advise
good payingprice. work in
on their heads,. or on trucks in baskets Florida oranges, 1.00 to 2.00; pomelos, .
discontinuing of shipments of .. .
holding dozen ldl and them 4.00.)
a it pitched
string Ijeans and squash.: alsocucuml! >crs, Italian Oranges.
rather I down the South Water Street
carelessly on pile. They ? Company/ unll'tHtrictl choice. Cabbage will not
were somewhat- uneven in riJ| (-uL .. but Chicago, May( 23: : 370 boxes California ) The produce oranges and lemons in

tolerably free from bruises. Only I a few seedlings, vast)', G
dozen had been rejected from half of the Same, May 24: :307 boxes California nearer points.and easier.Ve are !' to l oth poxlucers>, and merchants

cargo; still the negro packers )put a good l seedlings, wasty t f liOc)( to 1.50.I'ISKAITLK te supply follows prices having reached the total amount
c as :
many into the crates which had several IOU of 57,000 tons of the value of .c 285,000.

specks and should not have in. Tomatoes, strictly fancy, carrier, 2.75 The rio in the price for these articles U
| gone .
to :3.00 choice carrier 2.00 to 2.50( fair
; ;
Returns received from several carloads I principally owing to the great facilities
YOltKu: ( 29. show to carrier 1.50( to 1.75 choice ;
good to
I > -Pineapple ; the
shipt,>ed: by the l Fxchauge hoa very granted by railroad companies, by
and with thesupply fancy, standard crate, 2.00( to 2.50 ordinary
an improvement in prices ; -
small 1 |per centage of I losses at the other which means a great quantity is ox|>orted -
well maintained there is stock crate carrier 75c to 1.2:)
a steadyoutlet or ; the North of
end. .\ carload sold in Chicago ranged to Italy where the fruitis
at 5.00 to 10.00!) 100 to size cuciiml strictly choice crate
from G.50 to 7.00)() crate. The of per as green lar consumed.. No direct exportation -
the Manatee( was per destined mostly cargo for and quality. A great many are arriving 1.25 to 1.50) ; ordinary, crate, 50() to 75c; of this product was from UeKKio Ca-.

!heated! and by steamer, plants, choice to fancy, Hr bushel
I'ittftburg. All Red hut a few dozen wnsty except egg | lahriu to foreign countries, effected! during -
Porto Hicoj I those on deck. Others are not heated 1 crate, 7.00 to 10.00; new )potatoes, choice 1891 save a small quantity of salted
but anin bad order from rainor selected) barrel, 3.00( to 3.75: seconds:
per ; ,
citrons for Russia
About :300( ) crates have l been received ; although it is well to
l hy the I Exchange during the week by sea water having drenched them.Havana i per Ittrrcl 1.75 to 2.2:;; culls i per barrel, note that of the quantity of fruit exported -
4s 5 cents :3s at (0 cents 75c to 1.25.
*, ; ; from Messina" to
rail from Indian River plantations. foreign: countries, thin
Jacksonville. does not get much :2s! at 8 cents: bat! 10 cents; extras at 12 A few oranges are still arriving, and district contributed far the most 1..11 j t, eft-
in juickage count on bar- meet with ready sale at 2.50 to 1.00 H
cents original, | rIKJX. in of which
chance at this fine fruit it ccially oranges, that province
; on
goes rel: repacked| are advanced 2 to 3 centson Grape fruit, 4.00 to fl.OO, i er box. doen
mostJv to the North, leaving the me- not produce a great quantity;
Is and 2s. Peento Caches, when choice sell readily in fact the returns for t 18'Jl show
tropolis to make; the bvt l >t of the Bahama an exportation
stock llyhowerer{ there is not BOSTON, Slay( 28.-Pineapples are in at 4.00 to 6.00, per (0-basket, carrier; Bicf- 07,000 boxes of fruit from this
a pin's
difference (between the, Rubs in good demand at 10 to 13 cents for choiceHavana wells at 5.00 to 7.00, i>er basket, carrier: district to the i ItOrt> of Messina( wherein
grown : and 10 to 15 cents for choice Indian River pineapples are in good domand not the 3Iandarins. Also
Florida or on the Keys and in the are comprised
Florida A carload of Florida has at prices ranging from 12 to 18c.
is the of dried
IJalmmoH. It i in only I in the inlprovcrdvarieties important production' fruitin
received l by Blake & Hipley.Cnll"'Auo. HKHFIELD & Sox.
seen this district. of
of which a few are l cgiuning.. particularly
to come from Indian River that Inv 28.Pines saleable at and figs, the latter being considered oa
up superiority -
III! w made manifest. 5.00 to 11.00 )per'lQO. Large are bringing CINCINNATI.I :May( 2i>.-New i potatoes, good as those produced at Smyrna. Tho

i For a most act the oftonne 15 to 18 cents each; small, from 9 to 11 1 choice, 3.00 to 3.50( : cabbage, choice, quantity exported 1 in IbOI was :3,000 tons,
injurious on part
Jacksonville i article cents. Barnett Bros on the 24th s 51d a 2'00 to 2,25: ; cucumbers, 50 to COc} dozen; of which 1,000 tons were direct from
hhippt rs nee
on the editorial jtage.SHIPMENTS. carload Indian Rivers at auction at tomatoes, choice 2.25: to 3.00. Malta.( -Nilgiri NtJws.e .

an average of 6.70 : They -
----- --- wijirj-ijnML TBROWN'S ,
t BY SEA.! : were from the Florida Fruit Exchange. ST. Louis May 2H--Peaches, 50 to 75cpeck a

For the post week the steamers of the LOUISVILLE May 28.-Pineapples, per 1.00 to 1.25 per half-bushel !box; IRON BITTERS.Cures .

Clyde Line have carried away about 300 dozen, 1.50 to 2.50. potatoes, new, 2.00 to 3.00; onions, 1.0.1 Dyspepsia, Indigestion .

box s of oran goo, 2,500 crates of ,'egetablN ST. Louis, May 28.-Havana extra, to 1.07 per bushel; cabbage, Mobile( 1.00

and 600 barrel crates of pineap- 2.50: ; No. I, 1,7G; No. 2, 1.60; No.3, 1,2.5. to 200: Louisiana, 1.00 to 1.7r; eucum. I & Debility.



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For tho; Week Ending May 29,

Some Kectiwns report| an unusually wet
May, while other have ex|erienced
very dry weather and in i arts of a few
counties! crops! are either suffering or
will NWII( sutler. for lack of rain Where
the weather has been dry crops have yZ '1A1
been well cultivated and are in good
condition to rt''l' n- rain, while in sections
where the rain has been abundant J
there! is some complaint on account of

grass and weeds outstripping crop M. & Ja'm- / .' ... ......
Peen-to |Jot.acheearonuw being marketed
and the crop is n'portl'tl| to I IK unusually BFNEFi FOIE Lt1c4U!
large, esj ecially in the cent nil counties ,
of Eastern Florida. d- f
Western I i'ltrict-Thc! rainfall was
liadly distributed in this district E
having M P 00 INION COUKCIOtt.J. .
apparently visited some sections in very

heavy showers while other place in thesame"or .-'" -..- ., ...-. -
adjoining county hulllo ruin or OQHINION SICRITARY; ;
only light showers. Reported' amounts:
from zero to 1.8(1(; inch Some sections .. -
need rain while from others complaintscome -- I
of too much rain. The tem|>era- THE HAMILTON MIRACLE. Mr* Marshall: continued) to work on, but an astonished brother-in-law. Now he
cure averaged l about two degrees al ove after a few months he became ill, gradually II can walk four or 'live miles with any of
normal and was beneficial, to crops gen got worse and in August! four years his friends.
erally. Cotton Moth sea island and short, THE CASE INVESTIGATED BY A .ago became stricken with the .In'iul.liK- : The (JlolK representative<, a vfeit
corn, Hinders,cliufos, jiotatoes, (IK.OS, cane GLOBE REPORTER. ease, locomor ataxy-a disease!' attacking I to the house of the man tools' rescued.
and all'I fruit cniitare doing well highest the nerves and rendering that |tortion of from a living "t'nth.ht'n the rei or-
teni|)eratiire, 1)).'; lowest, Gl: mean, -- the system attacked |perfectly helpless( ter's mission was explained. )Ir. Mar
80; average rainfall, 0.70 of an inch. Tho Facts Fully Verified. proclaimed by the physicians; to (be in-,, shal's face lighted up with a smile,
Northern iistrict-Tlodaily) excess of cunthllL-which left him from the. waist which caused a responsive one to rise
tem|>.crature averaged a little over three Ono of the Most Remarkable Canes downwards. without feeling and utterly UH| >n Imo features of his wife, and ho
degree for this section. Heavy rain fell unable to move his", lower limbs. AU he expressed his |,crfect willingness! to tell
near the coast on tho night of tho 24th, on Record. was able to do was to raise himself by all that was! asked of him
measuring two inches at Jacksonville): ------ the aid of sticks and crutches and. drag "Why, I feel a better man now than 1
and light showers )have occurred every A Man Pronounced by Eminent himself around) the house, and occasionally dill urn years ago," said he, cheerfully.
day HI nee. Some of the central! counties Physicians Permanently Disabled to the. corner. of the street on fine "It's four years next! August. since, I did
notably Columbia and liradford. days. His legs were without feeling, a day's): work but I guess I can I noon+ .
report but l little rain, a few re| ortsshow- Fully Recovers Facsimile. of tho pins, and even knives, were stuck into make a start again. Unit my incs! ?
ing none at nil and crojw (there. are Chock for $1,000 Paid by Royal them without. the sick experiencing| It was all caused through falling and
slightly,; tillering from drought. Crops Templars of Temperance for Total any incon\ e11lencr. He could. take a hurting my h: ,,'k. I kept getting!? worse
are doing well where tho rainfall was Disability--Hundreds of VisItors ,walking: stick and heat his legs until the until 1 couldn't get off a chair without a
Ruflicicnt. Prospects for )pears and all blows resounded through the'house. and. stick or crutches. The lower part' of my
fruit crojw continue promising. Oranges yet he felt nothing. During all these days hotly and legs! were useless.. I tried every
are WIItrtlt."( I In(lrpJingP4)11)0) in places 'I'ouLNT)1).ttt.v) (lit.oniJuly: 25.: =This of torture )Ir. Marshall, consulted every doctor and every paletrtmrdicinesls'ndt | -
where drought;: prevails. The warm is an age" of doubt; especially in regardto doctor of ability in the city; tried every tug. hundreds of dollars. Everythingthat :
weather caused a notable improvement, form of treatment, and took almost every was likely to help.. me ) got but I
in cotton and corn. Excepting: the jioor) tires by patent me.Ii.'int'l'uncI' not kind of patent medicine, but without receiving might; as welThave thrown it in the bay
distribution of rain the conditions were without reason, for too often( have the one tittle of relief. The agony 1 supi)>oNo lily wife has shown you the
favorable for crops., Highest temperature sick and I their near and dear loved ones was frequently' 'so" intense' that he was apparatus) I used at one time or another.
IW: ; lowest, 03: ; mean bO;' ; avenge been deceived by highly recommendednostrums obliged to take morphine in order to receive A dozen city doctors gave mo up. I got
rainfall, 1.08 inches. a reasonable; amount of sleep.As : enough, electric shocks for half a dozen
Central: District that were swallowed to he of the months! and parsed by, although .
lIf'athUlJlh'r years men, but they did me no good. I lost!
showers occurred throughout the In'ut"rportion less avail than as much water. The old, : the doctors continued. to treat control of my Itowcl and water and
of this district; the rain was old fable of the l,oy and the wolf applies him in various ways, they plainly told couldn't sleep without morphine. During -
fairly well distributed and complaints' too frequently to of the specific the suffering man that he could not ,get the day 111)' legs wero cold surd I had
on account" of too little many better, the disease was set down in the
rain have ceased to sit by the stove wrapjusl. in a I blanket,
xcept in a few instances. The bulk of I concoctions!' for curing the ills" that flesh works of socialists as incurable. The HiifTerintr intense agony from nervous
the tomato crop ha !been shipped; from is heir tea; and when a real cure is effected doomed man was!' a member of the j pains in the legs. neck and head. Yes, I
Lake county, and the yield is!' rc| orted by a genuine. remedy I those who might United Empire t'"uncil.0.. 190, Royal received I nun the Royal Templars a
Itelow average. This is Templars of Temperance, and under the $1,000( ) check being declared
crop reported l benefited fight,; shy of it, saying "it totally unable -
fine in Hillshorough) county I iuavas discouraging; circumstances he thoughtit ; to follow my employment.) Ono"'
promise a plentiful, yield. It is the general was 'cure cure, so often. before that I advisable to apply for the payment of day in April\, I took a notion to try Dr.Williams .
opinion that the orange crop will IKJ won't try it." When such a state, of affairs the total disability claim of $1.Q)0() ) allowed ). Pink Pills, carefully following
light, but that the fruit will he very exists! ", it is!' :advisable!' that assurance; by tho order on its insurance i pol- the directions: accompanying' |hux.I .
large and fine. The warm rains \\"lon'IK'n..nciat .should l made doubly, Mire. icy. Application was accordingly.; made recovered ram" appetite| and regained
to all crops, grasses and but 1 before the claim was granted the control of my) 1*>wels and water and I
groves, causing, a decided improvement A few weeks ago a marvelous and almost ,ttatient had to olfer conclusive proof of went on getting better and stronger, and
in com as well as all truck in the miraculous cure was made known his. total disability to the chief examiner, now you see me stronger and more
greater |Jaart of the district. ) to Canadians' through, the medium of the and Mr. Marshall was sent.. to Toronto healthy than I was for years !before I
from a few state that the lake Hamilton, newsintttors.'\ [\ s. It was' stated thatMr. for a sjK-cial electrical treatment. It was taken ill. I tell you I am feeling!
are getting ,low and that groves need John Mars null I, a well-kno+vn nwi- proved no more successful than the first-cla," and air Marshall slapi>ed his
dent of Hamilton by the aid of Ur.'iI others that had ) it and
more rain. A thunderstorm preceded a number legs vigorously and gave the lower part
by heavy ruin and a gale nCl'OmpaoiNI of wind| liams' Pink Pills for Pale People' hadlieen of city doctors and the chief medical of his", lack good thumping, afterwards
visited Marion county on the 2&th, blow Miatched from the. very jaws of (examiner of the order signed time going. up and down the room at a lively
ing down the Exjiosition building and death, l placed+ iiK| >n his feet and enabled: medical certificate of total disability and gait;
to mingle with his fellow-citizens with :Mr.\ Marshall received) from the Dominion "
uprooting; several trees at Ocala. High, 1 weigh KM) |K>unds to-day, he continued
winds with excessive rain injured corn n more than renewed health and strengthand ; Councillor of the Royal Templarsa "and I've gained thirty pounds
lightly! in Hillsborough county on the even brighter spirits' than he had check for. $1,000 last November. One since I first took Dr. Williams' Pink Pills;
')btl). Highest temperature, 1)7) ; lowest, experienced for years l eforo. This remarkable day last February came Mr. )ln lmll'8NlI'ation 1 haven't such thing as n pain or ache
(68; mean, 70; average rainfall, l.OU} statement naturally excited although he did. not accept i it about me, and another thing I can walk
inches. tho wonder of almost a continent. Some( at first. A small pamphlet) telling of as easily in the dark as in tho light."
Southern trict-1-'a"mhlo 1 report lielicved, most! people ...doubted although Dr. Williams'Pink Pills and the diseases s 31 r. Marshall offered) to mako an affidavit -
come from the Southern counties rela the facts were placed tiC)clearly as to ward they cured, was thrown into tho house, to the truth ot the above story,
live to the effects of weather conditions ofT the slightest suspicion of fraud. To but it was placed aside and no notice but the reporter considered that wholly
on crops, t"Pecially; vegetables, pines investigate the very t extraordinary.' was taken of it for weeks. One day the unnecessary.. He carried conviction to
and corn. Noting orange and lemon and place l before the., people) of Canada sick man reread: the circular and concluded the inquirer's mind by every word and
groves much benefited by rain. Highest and the United States verification or ) to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, action, and there was no gainsaying the
teniH| >rature, U3; lowest, 70; mean, 7b: otherwise of it was the s| ecial mission although, Mrs. Marshall tried hard to dissuade fact that the cure was one of the most
average rainfall, 090. of a (lol; e reporter a few days ago him, saving" they would be as Ineffectual marvelous in tho nineteenth century.
1-:. II. DKMAIN, Director. close inquiry into the circumstances. as art the others but on April d All the neighbors bore testimony to the
Jfttktonrille !'1a., May 30. 1&)3. first allowed that Mr. John Marshall:\ 14-mlmorahlu) day to him-Mr. Marshall genuineness; of the cur('. None of them
whose residence is 25 Little William began to take the pills, one after ever exited; 1 to bee )Ir. Marshall! on his
.. HRBKKRIRI, CfcMtef Wilt. street in the northeast portion| of the each meal for a start. In a few days a feet again and regarded his, restoration
k. jr rax, dau.r,*4 Oaera IVUa e,CkiMIT1L ..s city while employed) as foreman 'lor the change was noticed and as he continued l to health as nothing short of marvelous.
It.uWs I apt.. TI.h.glWS Canadian Oil Company five years ago, to take the he gradually improved The headquarters of the Ito al Tern-
$b..p. rase), rr..au,.a Hau.aL fell upon the edge of an oil vat and hurt and in a litt\Pills\ '. a mouth no was ableto lace of Temperance for Ciinada) are (nlarnilton.
/.o siirla ii Iir C... !>::: his back. Thinking little of the affair, take the train for Toronto and visit At the publishing house of



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order :Mr. W. ,V. Buchanan ''or la after 1 :
general grippe:, having aim \'e'I)
manager and one of the most prominent) )by the rl+xturK. Many others had spoken WILL YOU WORK FOR SIOO PER MONTH
Umijierance advocates of the Dominion, !uglily( of the Pink Pills( :as a fixed! remedy

won found. In resi>onse to the report-| for nervous and blood disorders. Other Thrre Smart Yontiff Blen In Every ConnfjrV
er'. question( he said: "Oh, yen, I am druggists. told the same story. \ utr l to supply Farmers and Horse Owners
well with the Best, thraprcf, Mo.t ("omlI.C. lion
t acquainted with Mr. John Marhhall. A further investigation revealed! the
Hook Krrr
iMiirtl. Just out. Kitdormi and
He leis Ix-en a member of one of the fact that Dr. William's Pink Pills: : are hI ( Used by the U. 1!$. Goverttmrut Comprising'
(council of this!! city for ulxmt seven not a patent medicine in the sense ill I ) lllctory, Ureetllne, Training. Hrruklnjf, lluylng,
yean He) in", a Ivell-know11 citizen anda which that term is usually understood, Feeding tlroomning. 8huelni Doctoring, Telling
,, Age and General Cure of the liot so.
reliable tein' |>erance man.: Altout fouryears )but are a scientific prejkaration successfully : i I
he first taken ill used in for By Prof. OSCAR R. GLEASON
ago wan neriously general practice: manyyears :
(Ainerifa'i recognized Jiiny of horse Trainer)
and his", case wis brought.; In-fore the before Is'iiig offered to the nublic
i Assisted by LESUK R 3IrLI-OD.:
order. The& provisions!' !' under which the cncrally. They; contain in a condensed (Editor o/the Chicago Jloneman
total disability claim is paid in our or- form all the elements' necessary tn'o
h Prod tileason'a fame extend from ocean to
i? D
ganiwition are very htri t. The weekly new life and richness to the blood and ,, oocuu. II IH Wonderful System was In\'eIUrat.-tt
wek U'ttelit w jmyahle to any {tenum i tinder restore' shattered nerves. They are an ., by the U. H. Congress and ordrtr for u.. of V. H.Army. .
thedoetor'n care, who .is tunable to unfailing sjK-cific fur such diseases as The citizens of Toronto presented hintbl'
) l rune offiolilthose uf llutfalo with
follow their usual avocation, hut the to- locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis' St. u with j$30O a 95OO Ilamond- ?Ir lal- llostou with a
tal diwhility i in a o mj>uratively: large Vitus dance, sciatica, neuralgia: rhcti* I ttniirrh Gold Watrlt In token of esteem for hisMsirvelloust
Mini, only paid) a member who is di'ahied mat hUll. nervous' headache, the after InTnUnlnR and Treatlnjr horses.Thi .
for life and declared l medical 'ffects. of la of the h tyttein itfurtheflntttmefully given' tv (AnrorM
hy Jtripl'o.1 palpitation( in lists book. The tale it-ill be tmmente. (ircatett
men to l h., entirely piist all hoj eof recovery. heap .pale; \\' complexions( : that I-?.! chance this year for aatntt. Exclusive territory.
In Mr. Marshall's: CUM* there tired feeling resulting from nerumsiroMnitioii : Freight I paid. Supplies on credit. Best terms.

wHMsoino dilHculty I it is true: he was ) : all disease. !' deN'iidmg| upon \Ve nerd 0000 Agent to Supply the Demand.
t-XIUllillt'tluIHUl a munlicr of occasions, vitiated humors in the bliMMl, !such I as The book I II a marvel of condensed practicalknowledifuandcheapness.
covering' a | eriod of upward of twoyearn. scrofula, chronic erysipelas, etc. They) write at once for term and UOsugserb particular Iliustradons. to*

The medical I men who examined! ire also a sjn-citic( for troubles! |>cciiliar III'1JUAUD PUUL1S1I12KU CO., 400 !lure SU' '&'lad..
him all that there little to females Biichas irre.
agreed was hone suppressions, :"- -- -- -- --
of recovery, hut they would not give. t the laritil and i all forms of weakness. They
definite declaration that our law demands build Ill) the blood and restore the glow;
", -that tin l'Iainmnt1114 IHTIMU- or health to pale or sallow cheeks. In Jacksonville l eg, Tampa K{ey ]neat| Railway go.

nently and totally. disahlcd--until histNovemlier. the case of men they effect a radical.
.. When this declaration hy cure ill nil wises arising from mental.

two regular .physicians s was made and worry, overwork or excesses of whatever Joseph II. Durkee Hecclver
our 1 Dominion.. Medical referee, we )paid nature. THE
\Ir. \Inn hall the total disability IxMieflt On further inquiry the writer found ] +Ac11.oNrsLu
of one thousand dollars. He was paid that: these pills are manufactured by the Ack.NVtu 1 TAMPA
by. a check on time I lank of lnutn>a1. )Dr.. Williams' Medicine t'oiujiaiiy, M14r'4 'wl A RcV Wc.T Tropical + Trunk LineI'

1 here is no doubt whatever alnmt the Sehenectady, N. Y. and Hrockvillc; Ontario y L1' _LAIIWAt ODa.Actq.y CO../ .
remarkahle character! of Mr. Marshall's : and are sold in !boxes (never in
cure. A large mnnlxT of our memlnTs.. loose form hy the dozen or hundred) at '/ {i1 T.AW usTINC southward! from Jacksonville, excel
in this dtwcn, intimately acquainted: '.0 cents a INx! or six boxes for $2.50, I in equipment and service, reach all
with Mr. :Marshall and called uj on him awl may IK had of all druggists, or direct a ,i prominent winter and summer .

frequently.) All were unanimous: in the by mail from (Dr. \\'HHUIIM'll..li.: _, 4 PLEASURE RESORTS
1 belief that he. was |past: all hoist' of re'etsvery. cine Company, from either address. 1 MbC "OVA

His cure is looked l IIMIII| as next The price at which these pills! are sold MiL of Florida. Through-train service with Parlor
lo a miracle. 1 have conversed with makes a course of treatment compara-: I L Pullman, Buffet, and Sleeping-oars ,
him a nnmhcrof tirm'4 alout it. ind he lively lltxltt'US| \" > as compared with """"."4,' carry you through
gives" (the whole credit to Dr. Williams' other remedies or medical treatment. Ih

Pink Pills! and the application of cold i u._*_,. -r'14y e nun Orange Groves Fruit Farms
water which is recommended as a subsidiary Cot.nsiBY: MAIL ,
) treatment. hv, the. proprietors of 'C4.Au ;
F R E E WITH THE 41I4 ,j Vegetable Gardens
the. medicine.. He drops into my olHceevery ,

day or two and is' apparently' LKAVKXWOUTHBusiness I (1 T"" a
r Plantations
joying Rood health now. w.M s3r. ,
rise general oil( ices" of the order are in ..... A.1.w.M, .
the old Bank of Tpt>er Canada' : building. College. Phosphate Mines ***
just!\ upp-+ih' the publishing\ hout<<'. \lr.J. TO .\I"\' l1tTII": *% V y r o'4 ,

,I J. II. IAinl. the 1)Inuiniots.5ecretary, was 'rum ,. (M:2: :ck.A. Cocoanut Fields
r MHly l found, and in rt'l'4pon' | totheqnestioiw ,

a .ked simply corrolxmited all that sw s, .. AND AI.O.VO TUB
the general manager had Maid. Mr. Land: We will give. a thorough course of instruction M

itt a neighlMir; of1r.. Marshall, living in double and single entry ; fl'M St. Johns River
within a block of him in the northeastern 1 look keeping.. and Commercial rithmetio C ; ,

Tart of the city. lie was well acquainted by mail FIIKE: OF CIIAUUK to a limited M1i Indian River,
number of This: course will IK '
with him for years before he JHTSOHS.
wan taken sick and pronounced.. his recovery completed' in forty lessons. No chargefor : T 0? A I Lake Worth,

as one of the most remarkable Diplomas.>> Address : yosivyIi Forming a New Route to

things in all his experience. l'IlU"''. /*. .1. I'.I. 1'1)1IlslI:1). ,trr.., x.trrQu/
"I 1 have not much faith in patent nostrums : at!, 3U4 and :Jlfl Delaware St." Ntr NAVE F i.r ac. wrA BISCAYNE BAY.Direct .
," said )Ir. Land, "but Mr. )(ar- LKA VKXirottTII, KAXSAS.
Mhall's case proves hevond a doubt that Line to TAMPA, PUNTA CORDA and Cult Harbors. '
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a wonderfulmedicine. (
lie seems!! to have exhaustedall YOU TTIRMoEU'SLE! purchasing; tickets via Jacksonville, Tampa t
other means and methyls treatment WILM{ TROUBLE By KeyS est! It'y, Send for large map of Florida,

during his long illness. and 1 all without SAVE ( free by mall, with other information of lowrclt.

any liencfit, but his ncon'rWWl rapid TRANSFERSR.

and wonderful immediately) after hecommenced I -....-,.. B. CABLE W. B. COFFIN. C. D. ACKERLY
using Dr. Williams' Pink. icncnil! Manager iup; rlnteuduut General l'assenger lCent.
Y MA,1Al.r uL ft11j .
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Inquiries among the city druggists. disclosed DISSDbUTiDfi PROBABLE
the fact that an extraordinary demand JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.,
had, arisen for Dr.) Williams'Pink The old firm of Contraction and Expansion,
r )Pill, and that the claims made for them long engaged in demoli hlnif wire fences, have '
had a fallinj out. icing unable to make any ImprtftKiun '
by the proprietors 1 are borne out by) numerous on our Coiled Spring Fence. Expansion>> GltOC iltS AND COMMISSION
/ cures. gut HOT and his |>artner hat displayed an un- ,
John A. Ikirr nti(_takat>le coolness toward him ever ,inee.
a well-known and onular -
| Those who use I'age fence are not interested. -DKAI.KRS IN-
diimscr of drugs here told the
rejH rter that he knew of no (uitent; medicine Mich.
Coal Grain Wines Liquors Cigars Tobacco Etc..JACI.cHONVILLJ
thut 1"411UI) demand upon it. Hay, .

or otie thttt Imam! 114)11,11 that was promJMH 50 ERICANWATC1II Il'LA.I .
for it. He told of sevenil n.St't4 of .
grant relief and cure that had come I
under his notice. Mr. ".m Welister W wflt...Uy.MU14. AMtRt.CAS : I'ltlCK LIST OF W1IIHKKY.rwrker : .

after sulfering; from for WATCH km.-cUOU f UTtOtw ,...,, .,.,,, .,,........,,. .... ,.... 91 75 ... Martin Ie 1 e............. .....,........93 00
ataxy years Dwtr'wrcw..,., I.NwtMt.......Ei.'7..AfMrlwIht11 ..,..... $ : Orune, 'Valley.............. .... .... .... :3 00 Virginia' glades .............. ......... 4tOO
from the fist; had found certain reU..fII"9Ul ...... nUl ocAiAITIta (Plallto Stiring 'Vulley.... .. ........ .. .. ..... :I 5O Old lloiirbon........... ...........,..... ft 00
taking the 1>iUs. and he i is now anew qq 11....1. n.f.... a_ ..u. 1 North Carolina Corn......... ..... .... 8 SO Kentucky Hour atar.h .... ............ & 00
man. Mr. George I ees, after years -.- \ .....)..tlmwA t.Taewe LtLUUCAY.t aM trwr, ll_NOfPU1'_._ r1AMs..;. Clifton Club. .... ........... ..... Old linker.................. .......\. _. ao0Montrose ,
N. ..... 2 ........ ... -
>> L.u W r.t.MI fir r quY.l 5 ri < .I..u.' S6 00
L of illness of a similar nature, had taken .4OIc'.1..MCI'Ilh.r .r l"I1-\,
the .labs and was able to walk out greatlyh"I'u Mklv ta.rt.OI1.itbrl1A.NtTupw..inta.h..kMCUAIM. .... ............wa.ASr CHAIN. a : Jugs Kxtra : One gallon :ayc.; two gallon soc.; three gallon 750. Remit. (by port office !money
order,check registered letter. We cannot hlpC.O. D. to dry towns.A
,' 1 in health. Another Mr.Itarr Sib .AOtMTS*.M,k.,... *.1 fet TtUCS.KOBEKT .' or
case f Ql.ist.r iJAO...sn MixL A complete price lit of Groceries and Wine List tent free on application.f:
touched for was a city |atient, who I
II. 1XCIRSOU A 11&04
Itad been cured by the pills of the effects U COBTWD'f' It..1111 IOU atl. JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.



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The South is dependent solely upon its Farming and
Manufacturing interests for prosperity. Now, don't you,
a Southern planter, consider it your duty to patronize
Southern Manufacturers, everything being equal ?

The manufacturers of ATLANTA PLOWS guaranteeto
MAKE everything equal.



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SAVANNAH LINE. Clyde Steamship Co.

Time 53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and NEW YORK, GHflRiiESTDN FLORID LINES

between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours.
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OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. _' f..... --."-- 4 .v

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hctaaarest: yci! I L.tU..1

Between Jacksonville New York : First-class 25.60; Intermediate $19.00; Kxcursion, hJ.50i;
Meerage, $12.50.

Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin $27.00; Intermediate, $11.00 i reunion $47.30; Steerage, $14.23
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -

(Central or 90 Meridian Time.] to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,

>*coocht.r......... ....................... .......... .............. ...Friday, Tune 2\1. ;.ooa.m both ways :
,, City of AuciifttM. ...... ................. ................ ...... ...Sunday, June 4th .ooa.m (STANDARD TIME.)
City of IUrmliiliHiii............................... ...............Tuesday une 6th. 10.30a.m From New York. From .laek.onvlllSTKAMHR ..,
K.....". City' ... .................t...... ........... ........... .......Friday, June 9th I.Jop.m (Pier 29, R R.) riurliU.
..ru.'h...*. .......... ................. .... ...... .....Sunday, nth 3.00a.m Friday May 26th. at 3 p m......."ALGONQUIN,".... ...Thur lay, istat 5:30am
City: or \uJu..t".... ............u............... ................ ... .Tuesday, June 13th. 5.00 p.m Tu.etlcSltY, May 3oth. at J pm.... .. IROQUOIS"..... ....Sunday, June 4th, at a:3o a m
lily: of lllriuliiKliniii ................ .......... ............... ......Friday, ibth, 7.00a.ra I/rhlay, June 2d. at 3 p m.... ....."SRM 1NOLR .. .Thursday, bth, at IIJO: a PI'ruef
Kalinin City.......... .......................... ........ ........... ...Sunday, June ibth, 9.00 1.112 d3y, 6th. at 3 pm..J\LGONQUINu.. .. Sunday. June ttth,at 1.30pm
?stud/cabs.... ............ .".. ...... ......,............. .... .... ...Tuesday, aoth, n.ooa.mCJIty Friday. JUlie <9th< at 3 p m.... .. ... "IROQUOIS" . ... Thursday I Sth. at s3e a 01
of AiiKimtA .... .. ........ .................... .. Friday June 2jd, 1.30p.nl Tuesday, nth at 3 pm...... ."SKMINOLK" ... ... Sunday, June i8th, at 8xo: am
City iif Itlrinlnuliutii.................?............... .......... ....Sunday 2 th. 3.002.111 Friday. 16th, at 3 p m...... ..""ALGONQUIN".. ....Thursday, June ;2Jvl, at 12:00: n'n
KMII UN City.......... .............................. .................Tuesday, June 27th 4.30 p.mNuroorlir Tuesday, June 20th. at 3 pra. .. .... ."IROQUOIS" '.. Sunday, June asth, at iijopm:
** .......... .... ......... ................ ..... Friday, June 3oth, 6.ooa.m Yriday 2Jd. at J pm."SRMINOLI.Thursday, June 29th. at 4500am:
Tuesday, June 27th, at 3 pm. .. .."ALGONQUIN". .. ...Sunday, al. at 60 amflriday.
FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. I June 30th, at 3 pm.. ..... .."IROQUOIS._. .. .. ....Thursday, July 6th at low: m
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City. or .MHCOII..... ...... .......................................Thursday, June I.t. 6.30 p.m
(*.t., City....... ............. ..................... ..... ............Thursday, June 6th,12.3Op.m ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.For .
City of ).....0............ ......... .... ... ... ........ .... . Thursday, June isth, 6.30 p.m
CJi t* City..... .. ............ ........ . .. ... Thursday, >2d, I.oop.m Points
City of .Mitroii.... .... .... ......... .. ....... ... .... .. .. ..... .. .. Thursday, June 29th, 6.00 p.m Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate on
the St Johns River.
The elrgaut Iron Side-Wheel Steamers
( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.)
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I>rs.oug .... ................................... ........... .......Tuesday.. June 6th, loooa.mIr..uug t-,
........... ...................................... ...... ...... .. Friday, June i6th, 7.ooa.m to Mil from Capt. LEO VOGEL and and from Sanford .
tar..IUK........................................... .....................Monday, June 26th, .oop.m Are appointed Jacksonville Mondays Wednesdays Sundays,Tuesdays and Saturdays Fridays at 9 a. m.3.30 p. m.


Capt. W. A. SHAW.
Connecting: with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line), offer to the From Jacksonville Wednevlays and Saturdays at goo: p. m.. returning I leaves Sanford Tuesdaysand
Traveling I'ublic and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Fridays at 5:00: a. m,
Through Ticket and Bias of Lading issued to principal 1 points North, Haul and Northwest via General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville
Savannah. For information and rooms apply to
8.C. BRADFORD Soliciting Agent 71 W. Hay:;t., Jacksonville Fla.II. JOHN 1.. IIOWAIll. Florida Freight Agent, foot Laura Street Jacksonville, Fla.
K. 1'KICK, Gen. Agent. W. II. LUCAS, Fla. Pass. Agent I". .M. IKONMONiii: ;, .Ir., Florida Passenger Agent, t&8 West Day St., Jacksonville Fla.
77 West Hay Street, Jacksonville. 77 West Bay Street Jacksonville I.Itsn..\1.1. II. CI.\'It I':, Assistant Traffic Manager Bowling Green, New York.
R. L. WALKER Agent. C. G.ANDERSON AgentNew \\'. F. O<;JIHN: FAY. Traveling Passenger Agent, h8 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Her No. 33. North River New York. City Kxchange Building, Savannah, Ga. 1'III:U. <;. ic: ..at, Traffic Manager, S Dowling Green New York.J. .
RICHARDSON & BARNARD Agents, Lewi' Wharf. otou.W. .\. LliSMK:. Superintendent, foot Laura Street Jacksonville, Fla.
L. JA.I HS. Agent, it S. Third Street Philadelphia. WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen'l Agents
). U. HASHAUKN Ha stern Agent SaY., Fla. & Western Ry. Co.. 261 Broadwa N. Y. ,
A. l ev. SAMPSON General Agent W. H. ARNOLD Gen. Tray. Pass A at., Jacksonville, Fla 1'2\ *..Mtli. u..I.W.trfl.\**.....>. "hll"d..ltltl.$ It nuwllna flrr..it. Now York.._
306 Washington st.. Boston. W. II. KIIKTT. General Agent,
For Tickets apply to S.. F. & W. Railway office. 317 Broadway. New York. 'A TO ALL BUYERS.




.. Bowker's y t KRRAFTHK an fowls seal
Lf from my yards, by express
l will go at one-half the former
/ rates-a saving customers.
{ This is by special I arrangement
and is confined: to
Grower. fowls from my yards..
Orange We are the largest breeders oft
?j thoroughbred poultry in Florida.
1 a Come and see our stock or send
'; for our illustrated catalogue: and

FIRM\ FRUIT that holds on until it is 'i Y price Poultry list of supplies 14 varieties.of all kinds.

BRIGHT r Incubators and Brooders, Shell
; a strong, healthy, vigorous growth of and Bone Mills, Clover Cutters
Wire ,Desiccated Fish andBoiled
both tree and fruit are the results reported by large \ t Blood and Bone to makehens
and experienced planters in Florida who arc using r I
this popular Fertilizer. It supplies to the tree at the
dd E. W. AMSDEN,
time in the form and in the
proper proper proper .; Ormond, Fla

proportions, all the elements to bring perfect, healthy I r i ._---- --- .
maturity. President. Vice-President.
Bo\vKERfs VEGETABLE GROWER and DOWKER'S TOBACCO Cashier. Assistant Cashier.

GROWER are also special complete Fertilizers, II CAPITAL $100,000.

carefully and scientifically compounded for the purposes t! '

mentioned, and are extensively used in Florida. Bow 1 7 THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK

combination for those requiring these Ingredients. ,
Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General
Chemicals at market rates.
Bonking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .

Send for Illustrated Catalogue, Free. ,_.

E John L. Marvin A. B. Campbell. Chas. Marvin,

Jas. P. Taliaferro, T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald,
W. B. Clarkson C. B. Rogers, W. M. Davidson,
Dr. H. Robinson. John E. Hartrldge.

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Having pushed our business during tho season of 'l2) and 'D.J: beyond all competitors i hi this State, increasing our sales this season *'

more than 500 per cent beyond
our business. out into Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western States, we are now arranging to vastly increase our handling and shipping

facilities, carrying a full stock of every description) of fertilizer materials so as to fill all orders same day as received. To make this stock

complete wo have added Mnriale; of 'oIClsh-this( form of potash being the most universally used, being tho cheapest kind per unit of pure

l potash, J Kj 0, and for the majority of crops can be used to decided l advantage. Send for circulars giving full information, showing tho

relative values of the different Potash Salts per unit of pure Potash,, I K2 0, based l on shipments 1 f.: o. h. Jacksonville. These comparative

analyses and( valuations) of the Gorman Potash; Salts have never before been published in this State and will ho of great value to tho Florida

Farmer' and( Fruit-Grower; they :are based on tho'opinions) of the German Syndicate and their authorized! representatives, therefore absolutely -

impartial[ and( of groat benefit to all agriculturists. This sheet will be promptly) mailed to you by mentioning this paper) and ad-



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Solicits shipments of Pineapples, Vegetables and all Florida Products.
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.c oora .M '1 mj=Qr ) L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co. FRUIT WRAPPERS,

Put up in packages of', sheet numbered
0) oooi;every
.. OF PAWTUCKET, R. I. contecutirely I to 1,000.I .
rj />w Price Cowl Work. Full Count.

-c- o. B. WKKKS State Agent, Juckmnvillc' Fla. 37 Montgomery St.,Jersey City N.J.
COO ......... _. -.. ::J Nu. K Itontwlrk Hlock Gorier liny and! :Mitln !StrrttnHfiul -
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K.C. F.h er. I. II KivrnburK' .\. W Itrost., | Write for Catalogue and price U.t.I .
ft.atabU"h '
Palmer, Rivenburg & Company I Pineapple Plants from the West Indies JENNINCS'ThothSrllle NURSERY. na. CO.,
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WhitaleFruit. awl Produce Commission I; Correspondence solicited. WELL .11tDildl '.-.
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7LOIW& comment, but the names of the Japan persimmons, etc. Jersey being abandoned. But the large trees
jrGROWERRI4RVRU senders were withheld. The lists cream made from rye or cowpeas is demanded more room than one can M.
were numbered and the awards were no detriment to any table fruit. afford to work by hand. So the present -
made according to the numbers only. This system leaves a strip eight or system was gradually adopted- a',
..- Then the names of the successful com ten feet wide, on which the trees the middles cultivated and cropped by

---_.--S.. -POWERS--_. -- Publisher.,--_..--..-.. -- petitors were revealed by Mr. Taber, stand, untouched by the plow. Thisis horsepower; the tree strips on the .
TIUMS 0. SUnSOIUl'TJOS I and found to be as (follow : an unbroken sod of Bermuda grass ridges mulched; the circles around the
For One Year .. .. ...........................lt.ooI I. Dr. R. D. Murray, Key West. except in the cultivated circles. We trees kept under a combined system of
,or Six Months...... .... .............. ..... i.oo 2. Thomas F. McLean, Conant should not choose Bermuda grass in mulching, shallow hoeing and
In Foreign Countries ..... ..................3.00 i prong
it there wh
Lake u' a but was fertilizing.
county. grove nye
Sub___ _in nil cash__ in
_..... *t'riptions cases
ntl"IUICNo discount n allowed on one on 3. E. }4'. Richardson, Fernandina. purchased, and we have to make the The present set of fruit is moder-
own subscription(except in a club), but to 4. W. E. Pabor, Pabor Lake, De best of it. Aside from the cultivated ately good on the oldest trees. It
all agents a liberal COKII commission will :Soto county. circles the grass is left to itsell. Pea- may, and probably will, be necessaryto
l he allowed on all wiljscriptioiw obtainedby The five names for the five new vines, pine straw, weeds, wire-grass add irrigation to induce blooming.
them. Write for terms.ft peaches were selected from these four are piled on it and left to rot down. Trees in the flatwoods will hold their
copier(and one copy free fi mo'w), $ 7.50 successful lists, as follow : i Taber The through fruit if they can once be induced to
11 h . . . 0 . . 1'1..')o ; grass grows up everything
10( . . . . . . 15.00 1 2, Colon ; 3, Sangmel ; 4, Ferdinand; even if piled two feet deep; it set it. One or two good wateringsseem
Th*e l he either new dr old, and S, Triana. In explanation of these comes out on top, dark green, almost to be needed for this latter purpose
may, be may collected l from any number of names it may be said that Colon is black with its rank growth. A most winters.
l ixfetoflictw>> if the remittance is in a lump I the Italian for Columbus; Sangmelmeans species green mulching.so tJ' to sneak. -- -e--
Hum. 'honey-blood ;j" and Triana is i Dig down into this mass of trash and Buds for Orange Trees. .;
To every new BuliHiriber or club-raiser of Columbus' sailor Rode Bermuda and will find the
the name ( roots you Nothing but the best buds should
\\0 will send\ *tpaid, a of Whit-
ner'! "GanlenuiK jK in Florida: or :Uoore'is rigo de Triana) who at 2 o'clock in orange roots, large and small, in I be selected; select well ripened wood
'Orange Culture." the morning, October 12, 1492, first great abundance, inextricably inter. I of about the size of a lead pencil; see
Hate of advertising on application. sighted the New World. twined with the Bermuda roots and I that the eyes of buds are full and
Ilemittancert! should IKJ inaue by check, All these peaches will be in fruit apparently very well satisfied with plump, as they will always put out
i>utal to note order money of order or registeredletter ing this summer and we are promised the situation. In fact they are often good strong canes or shoots; if imma-
of them. At that time thicker here than in the cull. buds used
we are
I'aeart1t AXJt FJtVlT (HlU WI::It, samples ture are they are sure to .
Jacksonville, Fla. s.hall.giye a description of them un tivated circles:: __where they receive remain dormant a lone time, and in
der their new names.Flatwoods commercial fertilizer. many instances can never be excited
-.4 Midway between every two trees a into growth.
C and
Orchard Grovo Culture.
rope hole is chopped( out in the Bermuda Trim the stock six or eight inches
After much experimenting in our grass, the earth is enriched with cot- above the ground, so that the buds
Those Fivo Now Poaches own grove we have adopted a system tonseed meal and a hill of Conch peas I can be inserted as low as possible;
Doubtless a great many of our which seems to give best results so planted. It is difficult to get a standin with a budding knife make a cut in
readers will recollect that last year far. The ground is ridged, trees some of these places until the rainy the bark in the shape of a large T,
Mr. George L. Taber, the well. planted on the ridge 20x25. In heavy season comes. The mass of trash and having the top run across the stock,
known nurseryman, offered four val flatwoods soil the orange roots run close breeds crickets
grass by so many slightly raising the bark at the top.
uable premiums for the best lists of very near the surface, hence the plow mole crickets and moles that they de Take the bud shoot between the
names for five new peaches which he has to be "jumped out," or nearlyout stroy the young peas. When the thumb and finger of the left hand,
has brought out. The origin of these when passing anywhere withinten heavy rains come on the Conchs get a with the point away from you, and
peaches is thus stated by Mr. Taber. or twelve feet of the trees. Cul. chance to grow and they improve it. gently cut the bud off, drawing the
"The origin of the five varieties tivation is kept up only the long way It is a rough-and tumble fight all sum knife toward you. Make the cut as
herewith offered was from the plant- of the ridges; to cut across them is
mer between them and the Bermuda thin as possible; take off as little of
ing by us in 1887 of a large numberof very unsatisfactory work, except witha grass to see which shall keep on top. the wood as possible; insert the bud
seed from improved seedlings of spading harrow or a cultivator.A Bermuda grass will get on top of any. in the T cut, pressing it firmly down
the Honey peach, in which the parent crop of rye is grown in the mid will
thing except a greased pole, so into the bottom cf the cut; start bind.
seedlings had already shown a marked dIes in the winter and cowpeas in the Conch pea vines. So they have it out ing the bud from the top, as this hasa
deviation from the type, and as a re summer. A clean, deep dead furrow between them, and all one has to do tendency to tighten it more firmly,
suit we have some varieties that are a must be left every time midway between is to go around occasionally and keep and then loop the twine through itself
surprise to all those who have seen the trees, or else the first heavy the vines from climbing the orange at the bottom.
them including ourselves. The fruit rain will so flood the crop in places as trees. If fall budding, the twine can remain -
from over two hundred seedlings of, to kill it. About 500 pounds of cot- Now, strange as it may seem, at this onO for two or three weeks before -
the above-inentioned origin was carefully ton seed meal per acre is sowed on writing (May 29)), when the spring being removed. The stock is
tested by us in 1891, direct from the middles-this only for the crops, drouth has probably reached its cul allowed to remain untouched until
the trees planted in our own orchards, not for the trees, which receive only mination, one may chop down throughthis the following spring, when it is cut
and eleven trees (out of the two hun high.grade commercial fertilizer in mass of Hash and Bermuda roots down to within four or six inches of
dred) were marked with numbers as cultivated circles around them. and find the soil moister than it is in the bud, the left part above the bud
being especially valuable. From these This year the crop of rye (straw) the cultivated circles, except under a answering well to tie the young shootto.
eleven trees we have, this year, madea was very heavy, a good deal of it heavy coat of mulching. These trash This should be done as soon as
still further careful selection and reduced over six"' feet high, but the grain was heaps form a sort of reserve for the it is four or five inches long, as it
the number to five, all of whichare small and dark. But we have had orange trees in the fall and spring keeps the shoot straight, making fine
possessed of genuine and individual some of it ground and it makes excellent drouths. Under these their roots find straight trees. Great trouble is experienced -
merit, and to which we do not bread. Hereafter we shall the earth cool and moist; probably in inserting.thc buds in the
hesitate to attach our name. We grow the rye only for green feed. they find also a store of nitrates under wood of old trees, hence the trees
wish to say, however, that the names The scattered grains:: have attracted there ; and they are helped to hold should be well cut back on limbs,
and numbers under which these scores of rats into the grove. Under their fruit through the dryest weather.RF.StJl.1'S. leaving only enough to shade the
peaches will be sold during the com some shocks the boys found from a trees. The cutting should be done in
ing winter, is only a temporary arrangement half dozen to a dozen; they declare the spring and the tree allowed to
as we want our customersto they shook eleven out of one sheaf, For eight years we have been study. throw out a new growth of wood. In
help give these fine peaches some and the sheaf was not quite seven ing flatwoods grove culture, and at onetime the fall there will be plenty of good
suitable names." feet long, either. The rye had to be were almost ready to abandon it wood to bud on.-Oroville Register.
Last week at the request of Mr. threshed out with flails and winnowedby in despair. The problem would not
Taber, the following committee : S pouring it in the wind, and it have been so difficult if it had not been
Powers, D. Redmond and A. II. would not have paid expenses if it complicated by the Bermuda grass. EPILEPSY OR FITS
Manville, met in the office of the had not been for the large amount of How to cultivate the soil enough to
FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER to look green feed which it furnished the suppress the Bermuda grass without Can this dlaea be cured? Most phyildan MyNo
over the lists of names presented and Jerseys last winter. tearing the orange roots to pieces wasa -SO/ayf rear Yet study; all and form experiment and the I wont hue uses.found After the
make the awards. They found that The cowpeas, sowed in relays, help poser. Cultivation had to be pur- remedy.-EpUep'y I Is cured by It; eurtrf, not subdued -
out of the hundreds who had or- wonderfully to piece out the wire sued the greater p rt of the growing by opiates the old,treacherotu, quack treat
dered trees of Mr. Taber, only grass pasture all summer, making season, and this caused the trees to ment.your pane Do not,pat detpair.outrage*Forget on your part confidence Impocltlon,*part on
twenty-seven had entered lists of plenty of milk, butter and cream for make wood, abundance of wood, and failarea. Look forward,not backward. My remedy
names for the competition. These an unbroken succession of fruit- nothing to speak of but wood. !la of today Yalaabte work on the subject, and
bottle of the remedy ent frw tot trial.
largo -*
lists were handed to the committee, strawberries three months, then Then the system of han:! tvot ked Mention Pott-Offlce and Express addreti.
plainly type-written, without note or blackberries, peaches, plums, pears, circles was tried, all other cultivation 1'rot.V.IL PUKE,F.D.,4 Cedar Si,New York.Jt .




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Practical Points on Packing. in the roundup he has but little left I THE -

IMitor Farmer and Fruit Grower. for his
I read with much interest the re- Some oranges.time last winter I
was killinga HUBBARD COMPANY
marks of various growers about the little time in Sanford by looking s. B
reasons for the decay of oranges ,
the two depots to see how things
shipped on the Ethelwold last fall were going on in our line around there.I JACKSONVILLE FLA.
and also of consignments sent north ,
saw two lots of that were
by steamer rotting more than by all- being transferred, which reminded me HARDWARE AND STOVES
rail. In this latter I
regard to would ,
very forcibly of the outcome of theEthelwold's
say that all my fruit to New York is cargo. The first lot had DOORS SASH BLINDS PAINTS OILS AND VARNISH.
carried by Clyde and Savannah ,
and with'er just come in, and the commission agentor ,... ''\..vllr4I.. e-&UI..1.'LI s .
steamers ) rare exceptions
buyer was there to see what
Wo HaveAOne
We are State. ;
each for several
lot years past tion in before sending themon
they were
has carried in good order. In nearly farther. He saw the whole lot was Horse andTwo1Q + t IIUnSE( s IIAY RAKES\

every case I could trace the reason and that would stock.
poorly packed, they w In
for "bad order" to something at this not stand much of a journey without BUCKEYEMOWERS ft it tut nrrt trnttl.
end-fruit over ripe, or being caughtin
being worn out, as those on the Kth-; "
; Tho 6 foot Is suit
a warm shower while picking or elwold I left him he r
were; and when able for use In
something of that sort. had boxes with whichhe : t
repacked seven .1 romp1rf atnrk nfJfoirrm ORANGE GROVES.
In regard to the Ethelwolds cargo, had made five boxes and only threw rtHtlriKtlr

the greater portion of that was shippedby out one orange. The other lot was l-'tirtory* on 1'rirra.hand at ffrile\ for Prices.
the class of who are always -
growers scattered around the rather
trying the last new thing, whose and I of them
promiscuously saw none ccTEY Afc JRAIVGIS PLO'VS' 49.
fruit had sold and in the '
poorly, was
had around the middle and
hoops no A Full Hnr of ltejntlr for "Nttm.
habit of to domestic markets
getting extra nailing to make good the want Acme Orange Grove and Two-Horse Pulverizing Harrows, the Boy

in bad order and, therefore, presum of hoops; not a box but some of the Dixie Cast Plows, and a full line of Farm and Agricultural Implement.
ably not good fruit or well packed.
sides were burst loose, and some of of all descriptions. Agents for the Planet Jr. Horse and Hand Tools, sold
There was also a percentage (Idon't them all around and be
; as might at factory prices. Send for catalogues.
know how large, but probablyMr. i
known, it was a case of very loose
Goodsell does), that was un packing, though without doubt honest .,

doubtedly poor and poorly packedand pack, as "\V. P. Neeld" was stenciledon
sent simply to get the 75c a box the ends of the boxes.

advance. The good, well packed I have been looking for a case of

fruit that went with this surely suffered dishonest commission man, and I shall

from the contaminated atmosphere always believe that if it was those or.
produced by the decay of so
anges that Mr. Neeld writes were sold
much wet and mushy fruit, and ..
poor for $2.22 per box they were sold too .
that's the reason so much of it turnedout MOTT.
high. JAMES
bad. I have no doubt that a -es e

cargo could be made up from the The Kumquat a Good Fruit _
"pack" of our well known and suc- Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: f

cessful packers (and those only), from In the last issue of the FRUIT. I

all over the State, to carry on the GROWER I see a note from Blair &

same steamer and under similar circumstances Thrasher, of Jacksonville, saying that '. .

in good order.I the kumquat is no good. 1 am sur ... ....
II = '-MIi' .APLANET -
think Mr. Goodsell deserves prised that such a conclusion should ME r.

credit for the venture, the benefits of be reached with such slight knowledgeof
which, were it a success, would be to the good or bad of a fruit. I well JH. HORSE

the grower more than to him. remember when the tomato was only -

Now, I want to ask a question. Do a novelty, when it was thought to be IRRIGATING MACHINERY

you know any successful packer who poisonous; and if the advice of such

washes oranges or even has them men as Blair & Thrasher had been DOTH STEAM, HORSE AND HAND POWER.

wiped with th mp cloths before packing heeded in regard to the latter fruit Boilers
a stock of Steam Pumps,
for shipment? In my handling of the tomato would still be only a nov- Carry

the fruit, first as a receiver and sellerand elty. I have .had some experiencewith a Wrought and Galvanized Pipe, Valves.

now as a grower and packer, I the kumquat, and I most em. Fittings,Hose, Eto. Estimates furnished

have always found moisture in any phatically pronounce it one of the E for Plants put in complete and guar-

shape and rubbing of the skin a detriment best fruits! that South Florida can pro. anteed satisfactory. Hand Spraying

to the keeping quality of the duce, and I feel very sanguine that in
Send for
orange. Hut I see in elaborate directions the near future it will be largely cul Pumps of every description.

for picking and packing to tivated. I deem it good, particularlyfor ii Catalogue of How and When to Spray.

"wash the fruit," to "wipe it off," to sauce, jelly or marmalade, and Nozzles, Pipe, etc., made to order in our

"wash in damp sawdust," etc. I when ripe not bad to eat in the hand.I maohino shop.

want to know some one that you knowto would advise Messrs. Blair &

be a successful packer who does it. Thrasher to go slow in judgment as to Ft*

The fact that some fruit so treated has the. merits of new fruits. F

carried in good order only shows thatit LEVI: RISIN<;KK.Sorrento : .

was hard, firm and tough-skinned Fla.Lt _. .
---- e -
enough to bear such usage. That's

the way I look at it, but if it can be you feel weak

done and the fruit improved therebyand and all worn out takeBROWN'S 7 1

its keeping qualities not hurt I IRON BITTERS _
would be thankful for the "way how." ,: kdii-
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PETER J. NEVINS. AGEPITSs to SIOOi xt.aiv..r..u. : I

Metrttt,Indian River. ... .,
', .t....'Aottw.a..t..ll.rkso pla..of.. ..........Ji"'.,.1.d .' a ra .-w t a 3T
aM JMI"1I4. ....."L.IU.I*..1.1r..III1.d..rtigbt..ebl..r1.
Pack. I .
Honest ,
Knilt Grower. ..tps.r.e..ni. c..............awal.&1,Iisv1 :
Kdltor Fanner and -
w .est. tavbl. eon .bdkr -T
W. P. Neeld's"Twenty i peep.fM.taUwt.jaclm M dsU ti' O'V_
I am reading ",, ntehlMry,*.. Cla. ..... .,tUiiftMta
Per Cent. Commission," > *. >.etr.t.e..e.M.d. Tc AGENTS FOR
..., .
hew IB a **nes..a1. Cur.wt.wt
"Defends His Plan and "That Plan rrvfiu,....*... Clrt.'.,.fr**, '.NO714Es'' JS1MSAIVI: PUi1rIPS.
I .
Again," in recent numbers of your t All Lrttrm Anewrred the Day thvjr are Received.HUBBARD I.
valuable paper, and they all remind RATOR
me again of the trouble Mr. Neeld so THE S. B. COMPANY,

often has about the commission man Tb. m* "...hlae.
Dls.ratt.ts.s) i.4 prUca.THE 11I.'ra'--4 C..s..a JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
and the transportation companies, and BLYJ4YKJI IRON WUUkH CU.tlttcUMii.0.




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The Finer spare time he set out pines; the second --T 1e dine ord. Pecans and Scuppornonjjs.

year he received $1,000 cash for his - - Prof. J. P. Stelle, in discussing the _
Edited by JOHN It. atl.tc11,11elhuurne: crop; with this he paid for forty addi Edited b E. DUBOis, Tallahassee, Fla. matter of planting pecan trees in con
Fin. ------- tional acres and had enough left to Hints to Orapo Pickers and Pack I nection with scuppernongs, says:
What and How to Plant. buy "suckers" and food until his third ers. I "When you plant out your pecan
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower : : year's crop, when the profits put him I. Pick only when the grapes are i grove, locating the trees, say forty
1 am reading "Old Timer's" articlein firmly on his feet; and, unless' some dry, and then they will not be injuredif I feet apart each way, plant the land
the last issue, and while I am an thing unforeseen turns up, his income they stand in the trays for twenty also to a scuppernong vineyard, the
amateur myself in pine growing, I will increase two-fold until he, like his four or thirty six hours before trim vine-rows running one in each mid-
believe I see the way out of his neighbor and countryman, can count ming and packing. If, however, dle and crossing each other, leavingthe
trouble of not getting good fruit from his $75,000 in bank. there are any bad berries to be culledout young pecan trees standing in
the White and Black Antiqua, as also Sewall's Point is a grand locationon the quicker this is done after squares twenty feet from the vines.
those Ripley "males and females," a promontory overlooking the St. picking, and a short time" for wilting, Trellis out the vineyard in the usual
about which so much has of late been Lucie river at its confluence with the the better. way along as demanded by the
said.I Indian river and commanding a viewof 2. As the clusters arc clipped from growth of the vines. By the time the
am just home from an* extended i the surf breaking in the inlet of the vines, with a sharp knife or a trellising has reached the pecan trees,
trip down as far as Lake Worth, I St. Lucie. This place is fascinating keen pair of scissors used for that pour the trees will have grown to a height
among the pineapple growers of the II I I beyond description after only a ten pose, lay them down in the trays, considerably above the trellis and
famed Indian River. minutes' visit- especially when in that : with the stem ends standing upward, will be out of the way, so that the
Let me say to "Old Timer" that I 1.. time the eye must take in some forty and one tier of bunches after an trellis can be run directly around
took in, as by inspiration almost, information seven acres of pineapples) a most beau- other, until the tray is even full. It them or, if it is thought they would
I gathered not only with tiful sight. This yields to the Sewalls should never be heaped, as the lower not be sufficiently out of the way by
him to explain to me, but when I an annual income of five cents for tier may, if well ripened, be injuredby that time, the planting of the vines
wandered out alone in his little flit}'. every time the foot touches the ground too much weight. might be delayed a year or so after
acre plat of fruiting pines it was trulyto when stepping it off in rows two feet 3. If it becomes necessary to empty planting the trees. When completely
me a grand sight. I He showed me apart-about $400 an acre. Add to the crates, before the grapes are trellised over, the whole plantation
those Ripleys, the'"male and female this sum an average of three cents for handled by the clippers and packers, would present the novel spectacle of
;" and while the sex question was slips from every step annually and the let the clusters be laid on a smooth an immense scuppernong arbor with
new to me, I could not say it was not income per acre can be placed at$700. table, bunch by bunch, carefully and pecan trees growing up through it.
possible, but I could say the fruit of The cost of cultivation can be placedat in tiers, not to exceed three or four "This arrangement would give
the Ripley is of but little value. The one fourth. The price of the fruitin I clusters high, the same as they were both trees and vines all the conditionsthat
plant in its organization shows it to be the New York markets for the common in the picking trays, with the stem they seem to require, presumingof
far back toward the wild slate. The nets $4 per hundred to $8 for standing upward, and then they can course that the land chosen for the
fruit grown in Jamaica, I am credibly choicer varieties. be handled with the least pos- operations was exactly I the right kind.
informed, is only two or two and a sible injury, by being taken The trees spreading above the vines
half pounds in weight and I judge Florida Fruit Exchange.The up in regular order, by their would afford them such partial shadeas
from fruiting plants I found in several Florida Fruit Exchange has stems. the muscadine always appears to
sections it is no larger here. I been so well and ably managed for 4. When packed in baskets, for seek in its native fyrcst, and the vines
will say to "Old Timer" the trouble several years that it has given a high market, the stems of the last course of matting together beneath the. tree,
with the plant is it was made wrong, degree of satisfaction and has steadily clusters should be placed to slant would supply such undergrowth and
and his best to them is to downward so that all will be covered
way grow gained ground among Florida fruit root protection as one invariably finds
not grow them at all. growers and shippers. While the and fine grapes only appear on top of the pecan enjoying in its wild state
If pine culture is to pay, a selection Exchange has devoted most of its en the package. There is great art in and native habitat. It would be getting
of varieties that are known to be bestis ergies heretofore to the sales of oranges doing this work deftly, nicely and yet both growths nearer to absolute
the thing to plant. Then there are yet its operations extend to rapidly; and there is no part of grape natural conditions than has yet beenattcmnted
many V other things that must not be other fruits also. manipulation connected with the vint-- bv art. and it seems to be___
lost sight of; a l proper selection of So great has been the confidence of age season more important than this, well understood by* advanced agriculturists
place and soil; then it needs to be the orange growers in the Exchangeand tie object: being to make the packagesas that the nearer we carr approach
prepared well for the reception of the the New York agents thereof, near as possible of uniform weight, nature in our cultural opera
plants; then care in planting; proper Messrs. Sgobel & Day, that growers and their surfaces smooth and even, tions the better it is for the growth
distance and above all else use only just high enough for
and shippers of other fruits are coming a slight pressureof cultivated.
fertilizers that arc the manure of the lid, and so attractively even
I to it from all parts of the State. "Nature's most potcnj agency in
in shiftless I that thewill all bear the closest inspection .
plants. me, The .
now in
pineapple growers proposeto tree and vine growth exists an as
sand, I want it all ammonia, phosphoric utilize the Exchange to market their and show no trace of care- sociation of decomposed leaves with
acid and potash. I never use fruit, and those of the Indian River lessness or lack of tasteful arrangement mulch or surface shading. It can be
special fertilizers; I have no use for region, comprising probably three- on the part of the packer. Girls readily seen that .the combination
them. When I see a barrel coveredup fourths of the crop of the are usually better adapted to this proposed would greatly facilitate that
with "Special Pineapple Food," already commenced shipping trough work than boys or men. natural condition by an accumulation
"Special Orange Tree Food," or any this agency. It is possible that some 5. I In loading packages of market beneath the trellis of both scupper-
other of that misleading bosh, I thinkof better organization than the Florida grapes into wagons or on steamboatsand and pecan leaves, and throughthe
the story of the Dutchman's coun Fruit Exchange may be found in Cal in unloading them they should be nong summer shading by the vines as
terfeit nickel. He said, "I thoughthe ifornia to handle fruit on a large scale, handled almost as if they containedeggs already suggested.; And the two
vos a nickel, but he's a lie." and the same care should be observed .
but it has not yet appeared. At present could not at all conflict one with the
JAMF.S J MOTT.Talcs we may well copy its methods and in loading cars. Any employewho other, owing to the fact that the
-- ---- will not conform to reasonable
rejoice in its successes.California scuppernong is an extremely shallow-
of Pineapples. Fruit Grower; regulations requiring such service in rooted growth, while the pecan is
The Tropical Sun quotes from a handling has "missed his calling," the deepest-rooted of de.
letter in some Northern paper: Tho Uso of Mosquitoes: and should be summarily dismissed as among ciduous trees.very It deserves to class
At 8 o'clock p. in. the party landedat John Addington Symonds relates a "bungler.Vineyardist. among tree-growths as clover classes
Jensen, a charming spot midway in conversation with -- 1
that Tennyson, a ---- herbaceous growths. In this
Eden and Ankona and the among
between Gladstone, asked: GUARANTEED CUREOR case it would prove valuable aid to
center of pineapple culture, 210 acres "Why do mosquitoes exist? I believe the scuppernong, by feeding it on
being almost ready for gathering. The that after God had made His NO PAY. rich elements of decomposed pecan
kind of men one finds at Jensen world the devil began and added some I leaves collected from depths far below
Fairer Than This.
from a pioneer Dane, J. L. Jensen Nothing
the did
thing. Perhaps great poet When we any cure we do not mean simply the lowest that could be penetrated
docs the place take its name. Jensen. not know that the sting of the mosquito top it. for the time being, but a by scuppernong roots."
came here twenty-five years ago, and", : has the power of thinning the blood, PERMANENT AND POSITIVE CUREFor --e---- -
from an almost "busted immigrant. and hence it is not out of place in ma Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Ijr peiMta,
Ilrndarhr (' 1.1..lon..t's.. \ The Lake Worth region was not a
making both a home and f'r-
he began larious districts, and hence could not .ron.ue.s. !
fortune. Another Dane, Mr. John of the devil. and all dleaCM arising from a d1Konlercdliver. barbaric wilderness by any means
here four come Write for Treatise Testimonial,and when Mr. Flagler took it up. The
Sorensen, came years ago. .
*- -* Free 8am pie Jiottlo or
lIe bought ten acres from Mr. Jensen IF rfJlJl 1..tC1, A(1111.. DR. ROC'S LIVER RHEUMATIC Royal Poinciana hotel will displacethe
Or you are all worn out really good fbr".}'& McCormick{ which
and, by the time his little cabin was jug it Li general debility. Try and NEURALGIA CURE to cottage
ready, his treasury was empty and he JtftOirA'A I/fO.V ItlTTEHS. CULLEN &, NEWMAN, built of solid mahogany and is said to
It will cleanse liver, and }nt
went out working by the day. During cure you a good appetite.your 175 GAY ST., Knoxville Tenn. have cost $%5,000.THE .


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FJ31VElJ1Ji] Tl1El\ the furrow, about a quarter of a as the cassava is very tender-more I about a good cart-load in a cock. Af
pound to the hill; then I threw two so than the tomato even. ter lying a week or ten days these
Melon Notes from Sumter County. furrows over this and in each of these 2. That we have nothing in the food should be opened out for a day and
I I scattered good commercial fertilizer producing line that will compare in stacked.
Idler Farmer and Fruit grower: i
The first car of melons was ship- i i i (Paine's) for about two feet along by the number of pounds per acre of food Feeling assured that many persons
ped from Bushnell, by N. J. Anderson I the hill. Then I put about an equal and good food for horses or cows or would like to procure seed, I have
May 31. It went to Jacksonville amount in the cross furrows, giving pigs or chickens or man. saved a limited quantity and placed it
and is said to have been sold about two pounds to the hill on all 3. That it needs no fertilizer to growit the hands of Mr. L. Cameron, 23 East
there for $300. June 1St J. A. Eady four sides of it. huge. Bay street, Jacksonville.If .
sent a car to Tampa, which sold for I I have raised three crops on the 4. That it is pure waste to dig it or circumstances warrant, next yearI
$165. June 3d your correspondentand same land for three years in succes- pull it before the second or third year; expect to secure large quantities, as
Win. Hymes each shipped a car sion, and I could see no falling off in and I believe the demand for it will largely *
to Jacksonville the latter to a Jacksonville the yield. 5. That starch makers ought to I increase.
firm, my own to be reshippedby ORANGE FOOT ROT. move to Florida. RICHARD DALE.St. .

the Clyde Line to New York. On this high, dry land, the best Co.. June t, '93. S. T. WILSON.Polk Augustine. ... .----
Freight by this line on a car to New for melons, you would hardly look for .-*-< Japan Olovor.Uditor .
York is $105; by the bcean Steamship foot-rot in the orange; but there is A Oood Grass for Florida. Farmer and Fruit-Grower:
Lineus. lots of it. One of my neighbors told Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:
The crop in Sumter county has suffered me he had cut down thirty of his I reply to yours of yesterday : The 1. Will it probably succeed to sow
some from the drouth. I thinkI largest trees. About all these affected clover in question is the Medicago or Japan clover seed on wire grass in the
shall have sixteen abouta Spotted Medick. I not of rainy season?
on acres, groves:; have been heavily cow- am sure
car less than I should have had ina penned. My grove used to be cow- this, but it answers that descriptionon 2. Will it probably succeed to set
suitable season. Still, I have mel- penned, but when I bought it it was page two of "Farmers' Book of Louisiana grass (Paspalum platycaule)
ons weighing thirty-seven pounds. very much run down. I am bring- Grasses," by I D. 1.... Phares, A. M., roots in wire grass sod, and if so, will
The good of irrigation has been ing it out, though it is a slow job, M. i D., published at Starkville, Miss., the rainy season be a proper time?
well shown here this spring. Mr. with commercial fertilizer-have not in 1881. 3. Where can Louisiana grass sets
l Eady put in a plant that cost him cowpenned it at all-and there is no Since Mr. Flagler began his improvements be had?
probably $1,500with galvanized pipes foot-rot in my trees. H. in St. Augustine this clo- 4. What is the proper season to
under ground, from which the water Sumter County, Fla. ver has spread largely around the transplant cedar trees?
was sprinkled over the crop with a -+....---- town, and has been brought into notice SUBSCRIBER.
section of hose. lie cleared about A Stalk of Cassava. more particularly because his Churchill Fki.
$500 on his cucumbers alone. Kditor Farmer and Fruit Grower: lands have been fenced and cattle ex- I I. Last March we had an acre of
Still, a considerable part ol this Planted three years ago last Marchon cluded, thus giving the crop an opportunity wire grass burned off and four pounds
gain was due to protection from frost. the "poor sandhills" of Winter to mature itself and develop Japan clover seed sowed on it. A tre
lie took six inch refuse boards and Haven-never fertilized; only super- seed. mendous rain soon after washed the
nailed them together in long V- ficially cultivated two or three times In forming a lawn for Florida, whereit seed around, leaving it thick in some
shaped troughs, which he laid over when small-never since. Had a is desirable that it should be at its places and missing in others; but it,
the rows of plants. lie laid down spread of blanches of 20 feet and best in the winter, I recommend this apparently, all came up. The cattle
tracks and run these troughs or cov- heighth of 12 feet, very symmetricalin clover as the best thing I have seen were fenced off for about six
ers in on light trucks. For his melons form and ornamental, and when yet. I would sow the seed in midsummer weeks, and then, as the wire grass
he took refuse orange box heads I dug up a few days ago gave a mass of which will germinate early in seemed to be getting ahead, they were
and split them, making one cover for roots weighing between 300 and 400 October, and will require frequent turned on again. At this writing the
each hill. The melon rows being 1 pounds, crisp, succulent and sweet, mowings during the winter with the clover has a good color and seems to
wider apart, he hauled these troughsinto I my horses eating them with a relish. English scythe. In May the clover be standing the drouth well, though
the field with a team. They are There were eight of these roots, should be allowed to seed itself and where it is thick the cattle have eaten
now stacked up at the side of the I huge fellows, in length from ten to die off Enough native grasses will the wire grass close to the ground in
field and will keep without injury. I twelve feet when all taken out, besidesa appear during the summer (crab grassis their effort to get the clo'er.'c shall
He covered ten acres this way, and 1 number of small ones. The largestof very desirable) which, in turn, die report on this again.
next year will cover still more. the eight ran pretty deep as it got off by the time the clover is again appearing ::. Yes, to both questions.
lie was nearly through shipping his away from the stalk and so broke off F and when once established it 3. At almost any station in the flat-
cukes before I begun, but he was only where it was 2% inches in diameter will remain in possession. Last win woods of North and Middle Florida.
one day ahead of me with his first car and we did not follow it further.. The ter my thermometer indicated 24 F. 4. In the winter when they are dor
of melons. part taken out was 7 feet and 2 inches on several occasions, with not a green mant.
I shipped six cars of melons last long, 9 inches in diameter at big end I blade of grass to be seen; the clover ...
year and they) averaged over $100 a I and 2 *& at small end where it broke lawns were affected but very little, and
car net. This year I have about the off, and weighed at the depot scales that only for a few hours. RIPE FRUIT
same, and I consider them the bestmoney 73 pounds, and is to be seen by the As a forage plant our horses and Preserved in shipment.
crop for this high, sandy sec- curious or incredulous at the real estate cattle eat it with relish when properly FLAGLER'S PRESERVATIVE COMPOUND
tion. I broke up my land deep witha i office of Mr. Neil. "What a whop. cured. The crop should not be allowed will pre enre all kind or Ripe Fruit In a perfect
two horse plow and checked it off f per!" you say perhaps. Yes, it was a to become very ripe, but shouldbe condition in any temperature just aa picked, retaining for two: all to three their month natural
ten feet square. I strewed cottonseed big-root! And it proves cut when full-grown and cockedup flavor enabling shipments to foreign countries.!
meal the entire of That our hills frost after in the for Thoroughly tested. Correspondence solicited.
nearly length i. are exempt, lying sun one day, FLAGI.HR&CO.,19Pearl St.,Boston Mat

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Potatoes Grown Under :Mulch. no trouble to sell for cash f. o. b. mount all obstacles, taking for a other (flowers which the bees visited, }
The trouble with this operation general1r anywhere in the State. motto, "There's no such word as and in this way the fertilizaiion of the 1
is that not enough mulching is fail." Years ago, when I first became flower was brought about. This was ,:
applied. An experimental patch in In the same paper a correspondentvisited afflicted with the "hen fever," I pur the hypothesis presented in America. I
Bradford county was covered several Ellerslie, the country home of chased from a poultry dealer a flock However it has been found by careful
inches deep with wire grass hay, so Vice-President Morton, where 500 that contained traces of nearly all the observers that the bumblebee r
that not a weed came through. The artificially hatched incubator chickensare standard breeds. The Leghorns want- never enters the mouth of a clover t
extraordinary rainfall in March caused sent to market weekly. The plant ed to roost high, the Cochins low, lower[ : it simply slits the tube of the 1
the seed to rot and the whole piece turns out 20,000 co 25,000 broilers while the former would get thin on flower on the outside and goes off !
had to be replanted. The second annually weighing i and 2 pounds each. food that would fatten the latter. with the nectar, without in any way 1
planting produced :an almost perfect These are hatched mostly from eggs Thus I decided that the proper way touching the stamens or the pistil of 1
stand, and as the seed was planted that are gathered and are not satisfac- was to keep one variety, that I might the (flower.Median's Monthly. ;
very close, the ground was covered tory. Next season they will keep their get accustomed to their habits and ------...--- I
with the dense growth of vines. own laying stock, which will be White wants, and know what to expect of Flower Farms for Women.A .
A few hills were dug the other day Minorca hens and White Plymouth them-and after trying a few kinds, 1 French lady contributes a long
and yielded fine large potatoes. Having Rock cocks. The best pure breedsfor finally selected the Plymouth Rocks. article on this subject to the St. Paul
grown in such a cool, moist place, broilers Wyandottes and Indian Pioneer Press. She says of the French
they were very crisp and brittle; a games; though White Plymouth Rockis [ flower farms:
large one which happened to drop a very little behind, if any. It may Apiary, Villagers and tourists walk freely
distance of about eight feet and strikeon not mature as soon as the Wyandotteand ---- ............... among the paths and lovely lanes of
a flowerpot broke into two pieces Indian. How to Prevent Bees Swarming. these flower farms, but nobody tears
like a melon. It cooked remarkably )K.: W. AMSDEN. [[I'ajwrr read before the recent Indiana liee-keep- down a vine or bush to gather some
mealy. Ormond Fla May x993.Housing.' ers'Convention by Charles Muth.] superb rose, rising queenly and perfecton
It would be expensive to mulch a ---e- For many years I have preventedmy its stem amid the court of glossy,
field so heavily, but, considering the bees from swarming, and have green leaves; no one mutilates spraysto
fact that they require no cultivationand Don't get it into your head that the been producing principally extracted gather the tossing odorous blossoms.
more expensive the! houses the more honey. How to Flowers there .
can he planted about twice as thickon prevent swarming at are regarded as "prop.
the ground, the final cost would be the hens will lay. The plainest hovel the honey season is taught us by our erty;" they represent a "business" and
no greater perhaps. Potatoes under may be a palace (for the feathered tribe. friend G. W. Demaree, of Kentucky. stand for an income.
mulching recover from the effects of a Some used to say we could not get too I heard his method at the last bee. Orange flowers for brides, carefully
hard frost better than those planted in much glass in our buildings; but after keepers' convention, and it struck me packed, can be sent to our large North.
the round. awhile we began to find out that win. as a good thing, and I gave it a thor- ern cities in perfectly good condition,
we shall report again as to the dows would draw the sun by day and ough trial. even by mail. One Southern matron
yield of this plot; it promises to be let in the cold at night. So unlessone Our honey season here begins about makes a good income in this way.
heavy. has shutters to close over the glassat the first of June, because then the Rose and musk geraniums grow to
night, it is better to have windowsfor white clover commences to yield. I tall and vigorous plants where no frost
( light only,; as too great a changein at this time take all the combs from cuts them down. Great open air plan..
Poultry. the temperature is to be avoided. the brood-chamber containing brood tations of these plants arc perfectly
When I see a large high hennery goingup and honey, and put them into another possible to women's gardening. No
Edited by E.W. AMSDEN. Ormond, PU.Cooperation. 1 think of a cavern to lose one's box and fill the brood-chamber with plants "slip" more easily. Rapid
money in. I wish I could divide every empty combs; thus the brood chamber propagation is practically unlimited.
henhouse in this country, that is large contains a comb, with a queen, some Tastelul small boxes of these dried
The Rural New Yorker says that enough to divide, and leave the big of the bees and the empty combs. l leaves to perfume closets and drawers
the poultry business of California has gest half open on the south side, or After this is done the queen excluderis would readily sell in cities.
taken a remarkable start of late. In slatted so as to let in sun and air in put on. Put the upper story oh and The hmon'crbena is another plantof
Sonoma county they have organized a abundance. The remaining half couldbe then cover the hive. If you are in value. A couple of its leaves, freshor
corporation with a capital stock of made cosier, and the building would favor of producing comb-honey you dried, dropped into the teacup justas
divided into shares. accommodate just as fowls, and sections that the hot is in
$50,000, 2,000 many can put on queen-ex tea poured adds a delightful
One share for each 100 hens kept in they would be healthier than before.If cluder.In aromatic taste. These dainty
yards Ten per cent. of the stock to your house is only a small affair, the course of a few hours you leaves are largely used in Spain as a
be paid at once as a working capital.The add the covered run or open shed, will see that most of the old bees are tonic, and as a sedative in headaches
object of the association is to and see if it isn't the best investmentyou down with the queen. You will let and in childish complaints. Pretty
protect their market and their brandin ever made. If you wish to keep them go that way, as the bees hatch boxes filled with them might bring in
the market, and to effect a savingon hens in large numbers, colonize themin and the queen has plenty of bees to good returns to some thrifty country
feed by combining tl.cir orders and flocks of not more than t-enty five, assist her in rearing brood, and, as woman and become the fashion at
save profits that would otherwise go giving each flock a house, say 8xio, the young bees hatch, they go down. modern teas."WqnTII.
to the middleman. with shed 8x12. Scatter the housesin Last year was a very poor one for
There is no kind of business tint various parts of the farm, in shel honey, as I suppose we all know, stillI
can be more benefited by associationthan tered places, where they will be in the I produced some nice comb honey, .:: A,CgUItyBA> "A BOX.".
that of poultry. When the above lee in winter, shady in summer. You besides 600 to 700 pounds of extracted : ICA. ....
corporation puts either eggs or dressed can have attached yards if you wish, honey. I think the queen-excluder is J
fowls on the market their customers!>> or confine the birds until afternoon the most applicable thing to prevent 'pILLS 1
know the articles are as represented, each day, letting them have their liberty swarming. One objection I find,
and they will certainly bring better an hour or two before sundown. however, and that is that I found a (Tasteless-Effectual.) S
prices than goods of uncertain qualityor Pocket-Tlook Pointers. lot of drones upon raising the honey I FOR dA'ERVOUS> s
ace. 4 boxes that could not get out of the BILIOUS
There are no products of the farm How to Begin. queen.excluder; but you can brush % DISORDERS.
that suffer more from misrepresentation The right way to begin is not to these off and it makes no difference 'Such. Sick Headache.Wind and Pain.In the
than poultry and its products.'e begin at all if you have not a love for whatever. After awhile, when you *J Stomach.. Dizziness Giddiness., Drowsiness Fullness.Chills Swelling Flush.titerMeals. '
wish that every county in Florida the business. If you enter the pro. are ready, you take the hive off and *ings of Heat Lots of Appetite. Shortness of'
would organize in like manner; it fession solely for the money to be made you have no idea of the benefit to the Breath. Costivtness Scurvy, Blotches on the
J Skin Disturbed Sleep Frightful Dreams. All
would be worth more than any other you will het left. That there are mill. bees. You can put the bee-escape on Nmout and Trembling Sensations, and I tr>
organization in the State, and I will ions in it I do not deny. Success and the honey-boxes on top. I have \ regularities incidental to Ladies.
venture to say that the business would awaits on those who begin; at the bottom had about 20 and put in 10 bee escapesin I;Covered with a Tasteless aad Soluble Coating.
increase 100 per cent. the first year. and work up, starting with a few this manner (illustrating), set the j[ (,r A.T: druraitts. Price 2S cent a Dx.
The importance of meeting to discuss and increasing their number as their honey-boxes on top, and the next day !" X- w \ork Depot.**:Canal St......,,.II'"
matters pertaining to all l ranches of knowledge+ of the business increases. I commenced to extract. It is a very
the business would be a great induce- Much will depend on your location, easy way and scarcely any trouble at HCSPRAY
ment to many to join its ranks if they your resources, the breed selected; all.
knew that they could have help when and some will tell you that "There is -- -e------- j9SPRAVMADE
needed.In more in the feed than the breed," I Bees and Clover.
this way the associations could while the fact is, there is more in the The bumble-bee was supposed to BY
send broilers east in refrigerator cars person who carries the feed pail than enter the mouth of the clover flower, I : THE DEMING CO.,SALEM, 0,

at the time of year when they would in either one. You must be contentto carrying on its exit pollen which was I VTttltn HENIONA.HUBBCLL.Af.tt., CBICAOO.IU?
bring the best price. There would be go slow at first, determined to sur then introduced to the stigmas of the Write for Catalogue and T CATUC:on BnuTUKk





plate eels The Board of State Institutions has A farmer in Alachua county says he new hotel. Good house carpenters,

; leased the convicts to E. B. Bailey for allows no birds shot on his land, and it is said, are geting $3 per day and

Mr. J. R. A. Tucker cut 120 bush. $26,500 per annum. This is an improvement this spring when millions of worms their board ihere.-Tilusville Star.

els of white oats from eight acres. He upon the last lease of attacked his vegetables the birds cameto The Panasoffkee correspondent of

tried rust proof last year and failed. $16,000.Floridian. his rescue and devoured the worms the Times Union says: Mr. James A.

The heads filled out with heavy grains. Bishop, Hoyt & Co. are building a and saved his ,;rop. The birds are Harris has just finished harvestingfifty

-Oviedo Chronicle.By fine packinghouse in their eighty acre very tame owing to not being mo acres of oats, estimated to yield
grove in Panasoffkec Outlet, and have lested. We would be glad to chronicle
fires the forty bushels per acre.
building during frosty
secured from A. Harris the fact that farmer in Leon
James a rightof every
of and March for the Dr. Finn turned
nights February a large green turtle -
way for a tram road from it to their county had strictly carried out this
protection of his peach trees, S. C. idea. their last Thursday night, and, wishingto
wharf the club house. Panasoff- Many have land "posted -
near -
Prows will be rewarded with it until the and
a pretty keep next day, not
kee item in Times-Union. but so few prosecutions result
fair crop of peen-to peaches.-St. wanting to leave it where found, he
therefrom that the (force of the law is
Andrew's Buoy. The S., F. & W. R. R. broughtinto procured a brace and bit, also a long
lost. Birds have their draw-
There was a meeting of the fruit and Florida, from October to April, backs about the may farms, but the measure rope, and boring two holes in the
vegetable of Escambia 30,325 people, of whom 90 percent. side of its shell, he led or drove it
growers countyto of good they do, in the opinion of
The rail-
three other
were down the beach to his front and there
devise and means of disposing,
ways far overbalances all harm.-
I road lines and the Line doubt. many
Clyde made the fast to the old wrecked
of the pear crop to the best advantage.It I Floridian.In rope
is estimated that the pear crop alone I less swelled the number of tourists to schooner, and there left it to enjoy (?)

of Escambia county will bo 12,000 to 65,000. 1892 the Plant line steamers the surf bathing until all was readyfor
brought out of Manatee river 36 tons
bushels.-Pcnsacola News.It The Atlanta Constitution says an its vivisection. Those who par-
15,000 build of fish and oysters, 3,028 tons (about took of it he will find
English syndicate are going to a hope soon an-
is somewhat out of the usual or
two million dollar hotel in the lives 100,000 crates) of vegetables other.-Titusville Advocate.Mr. .
der to see oranges being packed at 2,107 tons (equivalent tt) 52,675
oaks of Florida with and
this season of the year, but J. II. Har- perches boxes) of oranges. Mr. Shelby fur.ther I Hosteller, the great vineyardistof
lookout stations
the of the
ron has just packed and sent forward on tops informs us that the present acreage 1 take Weir, came up to Ocala
in the Swiss Robinson
about a carload of Hart's Late from trees, Family in vegetables in the Manatee( river Tuesday to purchase barrels in which

the grove of Mr. iambic; the ivory style. country is as follows: Tomatoes 1,017 r to put his wine in. lie says he will
The largest day's shipment of phos make between fifty and sevenlyfive
soap man.'e think the fruit would acres, cabbage 223, beans 60, squash
have been better if left another month. phate from this port was made yes. 47, cucumbers 36, Irish potatoes barrels of grape wine this season,
Orange City Times.C. terday, when three steamers with their egg plant 20, onions 12, peas 10, which he says he can find ready sale
cargoes crossed over the bar. These for at from $1.50 to $2.00 per gallon.
O. Moyer, Esq., the very efli- melons 6 and beets 3 acres-total
were the Storra Lee with 2,000 tons, This is one of the best paying industries
cient tax collector of Madison county, 1,466 acres. This is less than half
Merchant Prince with 1,850 tons in Marion county, and we believe
made us a pleasant call this week. He the acreage devoted to tomatoes alone
and the G;rao with 1,375 tons, total, in the near future will becomeone
his and about one-third
had made settlement with the only the acreage
5,125 tons.-Fernandina News. in different kindsin of the most popular. The grapecan
Comptroller and has the year's busi planted vegetables of
White Niagara are now being the Polk be grown here equally as well or
ness in fine shape, with an insolvent grapes county vegetable region.Barlow .-
shipped from the South Florida vine- better than those grown in California.
list of only $49.48. This sounds well Courier.Dr. .
for the good people of Madison. It yard at Davenport. Mr. M. M. Kemp's farm on Cudjoes Keyis Those HU.I interested in grape culture

shows___ __ that_ the thrifty_" community and__H Dobson, the proprietor, began opera. an example of what all the larger should embrace the first opportunity
a careful official are well met.-Flo tions in his handsome new packing Florida Keys might be made to do. to visit the vineyards at toultrie.
house and made his first and
ridian. picking The vines and heavily
Not only are the ordinary garden are strong
shipment forth, season! last :Monday laden with fruit. The white
Professor Norman Robinson, State crops grown but the farm is stocked healthy
((29th). He reports his fruit unusually Niagaras will be ready for market two
chemist, has been appointed official with chickens, turkeys, pigs and
early and of extra fine quality this weeks earlier this than last and
reporter on potash by the associationof I goats, an excellent market for whichit year
season, and he is confident of a good will begin to forward about the
official chemists of the United is not necessary to go farther than go
States, and he will make a report price.-Bartow Courier. Key West to find. All sorts of fruit middle of June. The crop will be a

which will be published by them. Capt. W. D. Collier, of Marco, has trees, including peaches, are growingup large one at Moullric[ this season. Mr.

He has discovered and adopted a planof now over twenty acres in a cocoanut and every year adds to the valueof Terry alone will cut over fifty tons.
analysis which gives better and grove and is adding to it each year. the place. The soil on the keysis The fruit will be sent forward by car

more accurate results than any here- The most of his twenty acres are hearing peculiarly fertile, and every thingto load lots Chicago will be the favor

tofort: used either in England, Ger- now and it is eight years, or a which the climate is adapted grows ed market.-St. Augustine News.

many or in the United States.-I ike little less, since the first nuts were with very little cultivalion. Tomatoes Orchards are found all around the

City Reporter.We planted. So it will be seen that it flourish the year round and finda I place, but the finest and most exten

have received word from St. does not take fifteen or twenty years ready market both in this city and sive lie to the south of the town,
Augustine that the schooner from Ja for a cocoanut tree to come into bear- in New York. As fine pineapples are where the soil and situation combine

maraca, loaded with pineapple plantsfor ing in Lee county, Florida.-Fort grown as grow anywhere, and the indications to make everything just right for or-
Messrs. DeLuna and Kwiatkowski :. Myers I Press. arc that in the future the chards. Here from an elevation the

of Jensen, had arrived off the bar Mr. B. Wichers, our well known bulk of the crop will be canned in eye takes in acres and acres of orchards -

at that city Monday. Mr. DeLuna is florist and gardener, called our at. Key West, making a long voyage for and vineyards, in the midst of

in St. Augustine arranging for trans tention to the handsome profits the fruit unnecessary.-Gulf Pen which are tasty cottages and resi-

portation by rail for the cargo to its which could be derived from the cul I, dences. The early peaches are now

destination on Indian River. Fancy ture of the cinnamon tree. There I is nant.We received a short call Tuesdayfrom I ripening and all arc busy gathering,

varieties of pines are all the go on the a movement now on foot in Florida to Mr.( Ralph B. King, of New packing and shipping. Everywhere
lower river now and the common varieties a more extensive introduction of this I Smyrna, recently from Alabama, the talk is of "Alexanders," "Craw

do not bring a farthing in com profitable plant, and those familiar where he has been for the past three ford's Early," "Elbertas," "Satsu-

parison with the high bred varieties. with it pronounce it a "good thing." years. lie informs us that the immense rnas," and many others hard to pro-

Titusville Star. It is claimed that the tree will grow lighter that is being constructed nounce or to remember. One of the

;Messrs. Tillet T. Henderson and successfully here in all classes of land at New Smyrna for Mr. Flagler lobe places visited was that of Mr. Faye,

Sam Braman will go into the raising and commence to pay after the third used in conveying the passenger five miles from the town. The extensive -

oi winter vegetables on an extensive "ear.-San Antonio Herald. coaches and cars across Lake Worth grounds are entered through a

scale here in the city and suburbs the A large number of the fruit growersof from West Palm Beach to the Hotel self-opening gate, from which a

coming fall and winter. They both Escambia county assembled at Royal Poinciana, is about ready for broad graveled road leads to the

believe that right here, on the town 10:30: a. m. yesterday in the rooms of launching and will be used first for elegant residence, around which on

site of Fort Myers I vegetables can be the Chamber of Commerce. The the moving!; of heavy material (for the every side are seen evidences of taste

grown as surely as at Marco, and certainly meeting was organized by calling Mr. new hotel and transporting materialfor and judgment.-DeFuniak Letter in
our soil is splendidly adaptedfor Dennis Burns to the chair and requesting the railroad across the St. Lucie Pensacola News.

all kinds of garden truck. These Mr. John A. Moore to act as river. He says that the second .

gentlemen will put in the seed earlyso I I secretary. A motion to go into a permanent dredge for the canal company will be The Paine, at Fertilizer the suggestion Co' ofJ1cc of their atJacksonville

as to catch the November, December I organization was adopted. ready to proceed to her work about New York ofllce and their New York
and January demand in the frozen I Mr. J. V. Dansby was unanimouslyelected the ist of July. All that is to be done agent, will inaugurate a system of cut
North for luscious vegetables. Besidesour permanent president and Mr. to her now is to place the machine y rates on all agricultural chemicals after
transportation facilities are pretty F. Williams secretary. Fourteen and build the house part] on the hull. December Kith. This will tx? purely an
exfMirimcnt. You had better take advantage
good and getting better each )'tSlr.Ft. .- fruit growers present signed the roll Mr. King leaves for Lake Worth in a of it while it lasts. See ad. on
Myers Press. of membership.- Pensacola News. few days, where he will work on the page 3'J2.





Our rJome..r Poor decrepjt; invalids, with but There is more Catarrh in this sectionof I
little air capacity, fill up on such a the country than all other diseases i

Palpitation-. of tho Heart. diet and then wander about disconso- put together, and until the last few ,

lately under the delusion that theyare to be incurable.For .
By palpitation of the heart is meant years was
chronic dyspeptics because
the sensation either of irregularity in they a great many years doctors pro-

heart action or of rapidity of heart are bloated up like young balloonsand nounced it a local disease, and pre

beats. The who experiencesit as resonant as bass drums. It scribed local remedies, and by constantly -
person seems never to occur to these mis-
is alarmed the failing to cure with local treatment \N/
usually by symptomand
guided invalids that graminivorousanimals
calls in the doctor. pronounced it incurable. \flJ 7'/
grind their own grists and I
Science has catarrh to be a
But in most cases of this sort whichare proven
his attention the well and thoroughly insalivate the constitution disease, and therefore requires -
brought to phy-
mass ; while they, on the contrary, constitutional treatment. I Hall's
sician finds of the
with the heart nothing and hence out of danger way to saturate the already ground mass Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. uickest.

the individual. The cause of the sen- with sugar, cream, butter and milk, Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the Shortest, U
and run it down into their stomachsas
constitutional the market.It .
sation is elsewhere. In the only cure on

instances the real trouble majorityof is indi if their mouths, jaws, teeth, salivary is taken internally in doses from 10

gestion.In glands, masticatory muscles, drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly Most AttractiveROUTE
etc. were only the end of
almost all of actual heart open on the blood and mucous surfaces -
flumes with the stomach for a reser
of the They offer one
disease no intimation is transmitted to system.
. the like voir.Sanitary Era. hundred dollars for any case it fails to
patient by any irregularity or
Oatmeal should be eaten in
connection -
sensation of heart cure. Send for circulars and testi I1ETWF.EN: -
rhythm.As with bread and butter and masti
a symptom, palpitation is valuable monials. Address, Florida Points and the North.
catcd just as thoroughly as if it werea
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo O.
to the physician, in that it directs ,
crust. Then there will he no more THE
the attention of the patient to the e "Sold by Druggists, 75C.
of the trouble above mentioned than
heart. An unusual sensation in this
Florida Central and
there will be with any other food.
region leads one to consult his physician -
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at once. Symptoms felt in other Omolot.Omelet -. -

parts of the body usually wait for "the i may: consist of egg"' only, or To insure insertion in this column, advcrtiAC."tents Peninsular
must be accompanied by the money.
I combined with other nrtidiw so as to
more convenient season. Advertisements must not exceed fifty words.
vary thc Ihivor. Portage[ Stamps received payment. VIA
Dr. Austin Flint was once sum While an omelet should be beaten until Count every word,including name and address.

moned to attend a lady dyingof it ,should l Ire .. biKE CITY MACON
young light, not so light an to -- - --- -- -- ,
heart disease. The family informedhim 1.0 dry. An omelet may !II K' light and yet ENVILLH CITY and Golden Queen Suckers

that his presence was wanted lot good. To bo perfect J it should IKJ Orlando Fla. for delivery: GKO I- RUSSELL 6-io-t ANN IIThINTII1'0

creamy, and Illot olid. The eggs should ,
merely to satisfy the lady's friends, '
tot be beaten separately in making an FOR SALK-.HUU Terrier Pups, 13 weeks old.by -
since they all understood the fatal mielet. ," from Princess; no better blood in

nature of her malady.The To make good, plain omelet break his mouths country old f'i: ?price, Address>Ss each R.; alto H. HULL i pointer Ilradibrdville pup, H- Nashville, St. Loulsand Chicago

patient lay in a room from nix eggs in a dish! give them twelve Fla. 6-io-jt With but one chungo of sleepers, conneetH
ootll'at8.) Put a. piece of butter the ---- ------ --- -- ------ nl!C> at t ants for N'KW YtMCK nod KA.V8A8C1TV.
which not only light but everythingthat Central and 1'enlnsular
I'ito Kloridii
si/eof. a walnut in an omelet or very AT A SACRIFICE. To make room for I.QOO
might lead to the slightest: ner. smooth frying pan, shake it over the lire chicks, we offer our breeding Stock at a has neui y i11' miles of track running throughtho

vous excitement was excluded. It until it is melted (and very hot; turn in cock bargain : i pen Drown 4 Black P_ Rock Langshan hens, t cock Hens 2, one Tttlmcrn Its+l/aonn,
; 11't'1I9' ; pens ,
was suggested to the doctor that an the eggs: and shake o\'eri quick lire until 10 (each)) White Leghorn hens, 2 cocks; i pen 3 ,"/F"rm'lI".I P.tsri. snail r'wrrll Dairy Serf 141 hi,..hi',,
set: sprinkle with Milt and, Drown Leghorn. hens, i cock; i pen 5 S S. Ham-
examination of the chest be omitted )pepl'r (Iruuflr. ltunnnu unit 1'14'1' Coaanfry'laaaphar ,
burg hens i cock; ;a pens (each) ImlC'rlal1'eklnUuck .
roll ami,l turn out hot dish. llrlt.tht
on a Drake. Send for with full
and that all communication with the i price-list
A plain omelet may IK made, and as particulars: to K. W. AJJSI IN, Orniond Fla. Ilea Otltrr> SHrcr/.',,,Sprintiml*' ftrrtirry
patient should take place through a soon! as thick in the pan, sprinklo with 63tfANF.W The Urntt Hunting ('", u.'rUe

friend, lest the exertion should result. finely-chop1! i ed, cold, boiled ham, rolled ItrurlifH flan ,'0'"'' /'b/<(flf/ in immediate dissolution.To md served.Potato CASH RF.GISTF.R for $15; also Fore Man tho boat hind for tlllago grwitest variety -
for praying trees fj. GKR-
orange of soils in the State, and above all
omelet is convenient whenetrts
this the doctor objected. When MAN DRUG STORE, Jacksonville, Fla. 6-3-31
are high and scarce. To make it, -- -- -- -- Runs over tho Central Rlcigeland
admitted to her presence he found that chop) two boiled ftotatocH; fine. Put a EGGS AND CIiiCKS of 15 varieties. ALBERT Whoro It Is High and Healthy.

she answered his questions in whis- tahlcHHM| >nful of butter in a frying-pan; St. NMchoIas. 6-3-41- Prosperous towns till Us route and It offers
-- --- --- -- --- --- -- -
the hust freight facilltk for any produce to
pered monotones. Examination of when hot, add tho jxrtnUx" Kl over the AT HALF THHIR RHAL VALUK-Very laige the Northern market,. fend for the popularsong >>

the chest showed that there was no lire until a nice brown, sprinkle with two to four-year-old orange and lemon bulls -
chopped jKindey, salt. and | ; set to on sweet stocks and grape fruit. J. L. DKRIRUX.* "MV FLORIDA HOME."
disease, and consequently no danger. omelet Lakeland Fla. 5-.t
keep) warm. Make a plain ) : when with Its spirited word antI beautiful music
-- -----
The story was told to illustrate the half done, spread) over the lxltiltues, descrlpthu of an actual Florida Home and

importance of thorough examination cook one minute, roll and berve. WILL- ;tan d HXCHANGIJ-Highty, ,iur. HII Oranga! GruYe.acre: i-ur 1.__Missouri further: which Is. gotten up in elegant style-: '8U I IIdJfe-S
music containing also
before deciding on an opinion. Bread omelet is another economical particulars correspond with JOHN W. DEAVKH, of picture full..l1.l'tl8t. of a home in I'Iorida and a hunting
does however undoubtedly omelet. Beat three eggs, add the yolksto Verona, Fla. 5-3o-5t scene. It Is mailed on receipt of )1U cents ((1n
Palpitation a small cupful of sweet milk, two stamps! to i pay expense| ,of distribution.))
occur in cases of real diseases, tnhl:04poonfuls of grated bread crumbs, T IMON'A TRIFOUATA TRFHS-Small thrifty tol'IlIlult'C) for tho bost, malt of Florida (sent
] ** seedlings, by mail. Three for ten for free) and note the town route.A.O.MAOIKNKMM.
and whenever it occurs its shouldbe with add abc .
cause season salt and pepjer, and ye, one hundred for 13.35. I.. W. Kim VAN, \ .
found out and remedied. the beaten whites of the eggs, mix very Norwalk, Fla.'FILGIIMAN'S. Jacksonville, Fla.
---. -- -- -
the of lightly. 1'uta teaspoonful| of butter in
Among common causes palpitation
a frying-pan. let heat, turn in the mixture CONDITION POWDFR can be The Central &
arc to be numbered the excessive and set over the lire; shako until at J. C. L'ltnglc's Drug Store, Florida

use of tobacco, tea, coffee, set, when put in the oven one minute; Jacksonville Fla. 5-13-121.
--- --- -- ----- --- -- -- Peninsular R. R. Co.
alcohol, or of certain drugs, hysteria, take out, !slip\ on a warm plate and !serve" i FOR SAI.K-ne Stock Pigeon. Carrier,

excessive exertion, hunger, privation, i immediately.A ) *. Tumbler, Common and Runt; Offers to ShippersThe
latter largest pigeon grown; all inquiries with
fatigue, fright or loss of sleep, and spread plain before omelet rolling may and! l I.dishing e made, with and stamps S-iJ-41 answered. \\'. S. FUNK, Lawtey. Fla. Shortest and Quickest Route

excesses of any kind.-Youth's Com- tomatoes onions, mushrooms! chicken, BETWEEN
--- ------ -
panion. t beef, oyster* or salmon. all of which FOR SAI.H-Satsuma Orange Bud from bear FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN
-- -e-- will bo found dainty and a etizing. tree at $1,00 per 100 by mail, or $7 per
Tho Abuso of Oatmoal. hl.17.t! PAKKEU.MAKE : (i.ooo by express. O 1. TABKR: Glen St. Mary. THE EAST AND WEST.With .

Dr. P. C. Kemondino that no Fla. S-13-8t Imltro'C41"entiJatE'41 (Cars this com
says ---- --- --- --
H better equipped than ever ever to
article of diet has been so much mis MONEYWhile 1'LORIDA'S' advantage for small investment, ''tany the Orange and Vegetable Crops, and
see "Real listate Journal" Arcadia, Fla. Insure cloe! connection<< *and prompt despatchto
and misused as oatmeal, $1.00 per year: sample, with state map, to cent all Kosteru and Western Market

no one food causes so much dyspepsia ) You Sleep. I __._ __ ___ ___4-23-1211___ __ Through cars to destination without -
flatulence and general disturb I II I FANCYI'IGHONs-nought,sold and exchanged. change or delay.

ance. Very few who do use it un, STAN 'S ) .Stamp for reply. Perishable freight followed by who and
II LLOYD GRANT Lady Lake FlaI 7.a'J.S2t shippers advfcd time passing various Juno-
derstand the nature -- -
or physiological tion point and arrival at destination.
requirements of the food. It is not I M fRSF.RY STOCK. All leading varieties tweet All claims fur overcharge and low promptly
CEISIORFRUITDRI 1 ** orange on sour stock. fine, healthy,cheap adjusted.
an uncommon occurrence to see invalids I i ERNES! ItovNTON, Archer. Fla. 3-11-141 See that your goods are markedvia

gulping down bowlfuls of milk I be valuable F. C. &; :P. R. R.
R our Solt Phosphate to
and cream holding in suspension oat KNOWING and for the purpose of giving For information call on or address the undersigned -
meal, under the insane delusion that sa.IS..onshvspnrfrc farmer and fruit grower a chance to test it at :
Frutt DAY small cost we will deliver it f. o. b. oars in 200- C. t:. TA YI.OIt. Trav. A'gt Ocala f'la.W. .
they arc swallowing concentratedbone and h l f 11T. (ataloguo l; pound sacks at 60 cents per wick. COWL&Jo*. U. TUCK Illt nen. A'g't. Orlando PlaI
muscles and tree upon application. J1) DAN FERTILIZER Co.. Barlow, Fla. 2-35-141 ( aI.1101.1)HN. Trav A gt.. 1.a.8burg 1'1"W.
other animal tissues Addrtw* ,
U. 'UII.HIt.Tn"'g 1. Tampa }'la.
which is to convert them into WttUAMSTAHLEVAPORATOR I FOR SALK for calh,time or trade orange groves, Or N.S. I'fiN"tINGTON, Tramo ManagerJaoksonvnle
CAMPY, and timber lands. K. RUMLBY, Keuka, Fla.Y. .
modern Samsons. QUDI'CT, II.L VI*. j-lMfit H. PLEASAXTS General Freight Agt.

7 r.


'k j HLOIUP..AoirGROWEAi A Commission Man Talks to tho Evaporated apricots .16

Oallfornians. 7]VIal'l etis, Evaporated Evaporated peaches.... .11 14

i \Rr4ERY A Cleveland commission man thus Dried peaches .. .. .......... .to

"""-'""- 1 unburdens his mind in the California I JACKSONVILLE, FLA., June 8. Currant Dried apples........ .... ................... ..06Cilron.
STEPHEN POWERS Editor. Fruit Grower: .. ..... .. .................... .1-6
P. O. Address FRUITS AND VF.GKTADLKS. Franca[ ......... .13
Lawtey, Fla. "California oranges do not always These are average quotations. Extra choice Rai.in..L.L.box........ ........ ....,11,90
look the same after traveling thousands lots fetch prices above top quotations, while poor 1'igs, Dry.... .13
CONTENTS.GROVE lots .-el1lower. Nuts.. [ .........uAlmonds
r of miles across a hot, dusty Lemons, l+ta., .... ........ .... .. 1.50 to 2.00 ....18
AND ORCHARD!v a New Peaches do when fresh Messina... ....... ........ 3.75 ". Kuglish? Walnuts.... .... .14
j Flatwoods Grove Culture;Buds for Orange; country as they picked Pineapples crate.... ...... .. .... .... 4.50105.00 '.. Pecans .... .,I2
I Tires. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ...... .. .. .... .. 379 from the trees. They may be sound I'orto Rico each....... .. 30 to .50 .. { ...12
I .... .. .... ... .. .
1 Bananas, bunch .. .. .. 1.50 to I.SSII'otatoc8 Brazil ...10
Practical Points on Packing; Honest Pack; and bright looking there, but do not ....
1 sacks .. .. .. .... .... 2.75 -
Kumquat Good Fruit .. .. .. ...... .. 350 ... .. .
usually arrive East in that condition. New bbl ..... .. .... 2.50103.25
THE PINERY-What and How to Plant; Tale Onions.. Bermuda imported, per bu 1.90 Market Notes.JA.KMNVII.LE .
of Pineapples; Florida Fruit Kxcbange.8i) The grower can caress his large Fla 3-peck crate.... .... .... t 0o to 1.lS:
TUB VINEYARD-Hints to Grape Pickers and leather-skinned them Sweet potatoes bbl... .... .... .... t.$to t.7.5 June ..-Tho receipts
sponges, pack Florida .. .... ........
Packers; Pecans and ftcuppernongs... cabbage, bbl. 1.25 of this
381 up in rickety, trail boxes, and ship Beets new,per too........ .......... 1.00101.50 pines at |mrt from out&ido points|
FARMER AND TRUCKEK-Melon Notes from I '' bbl .. .. .... ... .. .... . 3.00 for the week |Iota comprise one cargo). of
(, Sumter County; Stalk of Cassava; Good them East thinking the Yankees and Turnip, Fla .. .. . .. .. .... f 2.00 2iMj! dozen! from (;ret'tl Turtle Cay
Grass for Florida; Japan Clover .. .. .. 382 Dagos will fall over each other to buy I Carrots,dozen bunches.............. .25 Ahaco British! Went Indies.
Potatoes Grown Under Mulch .. .. .. .... .. 383 Parsnips .......... ......... .35 ,
l'OULTItY-Co-opuatlon; How to Degin.... .. 383 them at big prices, but these buyers Celery ... .. .. .. .... ............... .25 to ..40Kgg The Florida Fruit Exchange: has received.
have been there before and such Plants,crate small.............. 1.50102.00 during the same, j eriod ending
APIARY-How to Prevent Bees from Swarmlug pass .... .... ...
Ueans.crate- ........ .... .. .25 June Oth ;' ids! U-irrel
and :
Women; Bees. .and. .. ..Clover.. .. .. .;. .Flower. .. .. .Farms. .. .....for.. 383 fruit by with disgust. Your growers Green Tomatoes peas. ..bushel.. .. ................................... i.oo to 1.50 1.50 -barrel crates, of I pineapples crates chiefly 11half {

OUR RURAL HOME-Palpitation of the Heart; and shippers can organize and organ Squashes bbl.. ....... ... .. ...__. 1.25101.50 l h 3* rail. This includes a train-load of nix
Abuse of Oatmeal; Omelet. .... .. .. .... .. 385 ize, make ironclad rules and de Cocoanut. ... ............. 4.00 cars received June (Oth from Indian
Orange Crop of 1892-93 A Commission Peanuts, best brand....... ............. ..07)$
Man Talks to the Ca Worn; Una. ...... .... mands, put a big price on their fruit Strawberries .. ....u............. .OB to .10 Itiver. A ear-hvad! is! usually!' about 100
36 and refuse sell Plums, bu . .. .. ................. 1.50102.00 crates; hence, the nhovo receipts represent
to f. b.
Florida Groves Not Dying Out; Southern except o. cars Blackberries, .... ........ .... .... .
qt. .08 about seventeen carloads
Vegetables; Notes .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. for the
387 coast, but before doing any business Mangoes, per too. .. .. .... ......... 1.50 to 2.00
Weather and Crops; Farmer Institutes; Huckleberries ... ... ....... .... .08 week. Total receipts ut Jacksonville,
Cure of Foot Rot .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ...... 38 they will find a second party is necessary Cucumbers, crate .. ..... .......... .25 foreign and dometic. nearly tWenty-eIle
Broad Wagon' Tires; Mellow Turnips Consider to complete sale. These Green Corn, dozen .. .. .. .... .... .... .15 carloads.In .
the Alligator Leading ;Shoot Peuches, carrier Florida.. .. .. .. .. .. 2.00 to 2.50 this
.; Grape 3 second parties are very wary and 4do Georgia...... .. .. '.5Ot02.,50 amount is included the cargo of
not Apples, Georgia carrier..... .... .. 1.25101,50 the K'hooner Champion, 'apt. Edgar: T.
ORANGE CHOP OF 18023. grow on every bush. Your Melons, per zoo .. .. .. .... ........ .. .30001040.00 Higgs, from Klliott's Kev, which arrived -
growers and shippers are quite a little Cantaloupes, bbl-crale. .... ..... .. .. 3.50 at the bar June !M! with about 70-
3.pttk crate.... ._ .....
Official Report by tho Florida Fruit responsible for the results of their Sweet Pepper..... .6o to .75 000( pines, consigned i to the Fniit ":x.

Exchange.The Eastern shipments. First of the sea change. Captain Higgs i is himself a

son we were all flooded East withlarge POULTRY AND EGGS. large; pineapple grower :and expects to

annual meeting of the Florida off Hens. .... .. .................... ..... .J.4 to .36 market :UOO.UOO() () this year. The fruit was
Fruit size, thick skin, puffy or Roosters! ..... ...... ...... ............. .30 'fine., consisting: of about( a half dozenvarieties.
Exchange took place June 8.Mr. anges, just at a time when we should I Broilers. .. .. .... ............. .. ..... .joto .30 .
M. I P. Turner Turkeys per pound .. .............. j6toi6jc
the secretary, have had choice fruit of desirable sizesto Ducks. .. .. ...... .. .. .. ..... ........... .35 to ..so STEAMER: SIJ U'lol.-n$ $.
kindly furnished us in advance the compete with the late Florida ship Geeae.... .. .. .... .... .. ............... ..50Eggs.
_... .15, During the week past the Clyde Line
following abstract of his report : ments. Buyers and consumers soured IIA Y. oiiAiN, KTC. steamers have carried 1 out about 1,550(()

Total shipments immediately on California fruit t White corn, small lots...... ...... .... ......$ 1.30 crates of vegetables: two cars of melons,
343,338 packages; and bought Floridas instead at high Mixed corn, .. .. ........ ..... 1.25 250 cniti of pineapples twiles of cotton
total 1 \\'hlteoats. ...... ...... .... ..... ..
gross $2.03 box 1.85 l. (OO.OOO) ) feet of luinlwr () bundles
average, per ; prices, and later fell back Messi- *. ...... 20,000
on )Iixed oats, ......... ........ miHay. .
total net average, $1.31 box. nas. The result that this No. I. Timothy, small lots... ...s..... 20.00 of fthinglcs and other miscellaneous!
per I I was large Wheat bran small lots.......... ........... 20.00 articles, including a rm1M.Xtoi of or-
The averages cover everything sold, overstock of poor fruit had to be Wheat )UddUDg'j per ton..... ............. 21.00 anges.
Ground 1 (corn and oats), per sack
good, bad and indifferent, and include worked into consumption and the of too pounds..... .... .... .... .... ..... .. 1.50 XIOVKMKNT: OF VKIIKTAIUJfti.
lake through the hucksters and Peed meal, per sack of too pounds less
heavy sales of frosted and inferior peddlers quantity per ton .... ..... ...... .. .. .... 23.00 For the above named: Is'ritxl| l tho fol
at ridiculously low prices. The Rice flour, per cwt.... ...... .... ............ 90 lowing estimates are furnished I: Iteets
fruit sold in January, Februaryand commission is Pure wheat, per sack of 100 pounds....... 1.40 ,
man and Prepared steam cooked cow feed per cwt, (500() crates; cabbage, 2,050:)() crates; toma-

March. damned, called a liar and a thief, and t5apoundsacks. .... ..... ..... .. .. .... 1.30 t tc.'I!' :21,5! ()) crates; t fuiiishes| 7WM()(U crat..*
i Prepared steam cooked horse feed, per cwt, and barrels cakes 2 H 1,050( beans
KALHS BY MOXTIIS.I" nine times out of ten he has neglected 1 I ISo-pouad sacks.. ... .. .. .... ..... 1.50 ; crates ; ,
ron*. Net. his regular routine of business and 1 i Pearl grits, per barrel.... .... ........ ...... 3.10 l 12,500:! crates; potatoes, 17,000 crates and
.... . .. .... .... barrels :)() crate
I'k/l-/ Per box. Per box. l'earlmeal. per barrel .. 3.t ; egg plants, 1,450 ; onions,
,. lost money to devote his efforts to the Flour best winter wheat patent. ........ 850
''''P t tent1K'r. . 2,201 1 & 25 ) 1 1.. 4.9 crates'!; peaches 2,250) crates.
9Octoht'r. ... ..... ...
Flour extra ....
fancy family
: disposition of this worthless 4.25
. . 2,411 :3 .j 12 i:! 2 -In fruit i in (Half barrels, either brand, 25C per barrel FIRST CARLOAD OF MELON: *

November ..:21,2151! : 2 45: 1 (M i:3 order to save the shipper the last centpossible. extra.) Tim flrnt rnrlruid of watermelons
Cotton seed .. .. .. .. : to
meal .
Ivvemher..5u.157< 2 :3i 1St ." I. bright per ton. 26.00
Hark or sea island cotton seed meat, arrive in this city this year was broughtin
January . ..72W4February ) 1 IMJ 1 21 I ---e- ton. .. . .. .. .. . .. None in per market by \\". I). Hunter, from Orange Home.
. .57.U71 1 88 1 1 19 Pure ground bone fine, per ton ..... .. .. 31.00
For the five
March' . .:57,732April ; : :! I 7n; I OS: Weather in Jacksonville. Bone and potash,per ton .... .... .... 33.00 past years Mr. Hunter ban
-. -- -- -- -- --- German kainit{ per ton .. .... ...... .... .... 17.00 brought; the lust melons! of tho wasonhere. )
. . .27,5115Mav 2 21' I 4tt I I.; I Land plaster .. ..... .. .. ... .. .. ....... 10.00 .
.. . . !;,I..!ut) 2" I 71niSTHIBUTION. J : 5; / I' ct A:: itl Nitrate Soda 3c," per pound; per ton. '" .. 55.00
oars I Bo I -.. I'-: ; -t .. Muriate potash 2),c per pound; I per ton... 50.00 KRMAIIK.
) ) I < j ,- I I -oJ I r0' -.:: Sulphate potash, ac per pound; per ton..... 33.00
(; ;; ; Sulphate potash 90 per cent ... .._.._..... 55.00 Georgia teaches{ $are ge11erlllyacc0uIII.
.. ros. Net May1i7Ik( 70.00 ed better than Floridas, but w) far this!
PkgIM.OOO Per box. Per box. I' .... ,
New York. .. ) ; CI 1 t 9f) $1 l 33 3 JUlie t.... ... **'!|!7 17'6 in l jR-4*> 161 70 20 t7 i'1t6 MO 0.34 T I SEEDS, ETC. season they are not arriving in as good

I HotttouPhiladelphia. . 00.800) 2 13: 1 :3.i: June 2..... ....,So 39 '!$7 174 >3 So T i Peas Clay .. . ... .. .. .... .... .... ........ .10 order as these and the range of .prices I is
:J,201 2 15):) 1 : June 3...... ..,So 79 1 185 175 10ta f 80, T .. poorwill.... ........ ............ I.!. lower. Georgia. apples... are only about
Italtimoro 37 June .4..... ..8o j7$ rf'6 74 .So' 0.13 '* Black. . .... ....... .... ......... ..1.4.5 as largo as Caches and are tolerably >oor.
. 17,570:; 2 03 1 31: June 5.1'9( |IS7 173 >4 ''80 0.00 ee Black Kye ............e........... I.as tho'l'ukt.'lIil1 i
Norfolk . 871 1 1 98 i--I-I----! 14 Red Rippers..... ............... ....... I..S Notwithstanding in tho
Charlie ton...... 1,157 1 51 92:! Mean .. 178 01( 85.611.314.3)! 76.4 0.47 .. Conch. .. .. .. .... .. ... ......... 3.75 price of pineapples[, in the North there is
Savannah. ) K. R. DKMAIN, Observer.Notwithstanding Split .. . ............... .. ........2.15 none here; the lioldere are asking 1.00 to
(001 1 1o :2!tJ 70 Deans.... .. . .. .. ........ ............. 2.40 5.50 and will make
Pitthhurg . 17,875: :! 01 .. . .. . |per crate no concessions. -
1 I 15:; -...- Lima ......... .. ........'". 2.7U
liutfalo.. . 5.548 191 I J 13: Pearl Cat Tail millet, per pound....... .... tot There are: only enough; of tho
Toronto. . t f..$9! 2 2'; 1 05 the brilliant start German or Golden millet per' bushel. ...... 2.00 'finer Florida varieties hero yet to decorate
llungariaagrass, per bushel .. ..... ... ...... 2.50 the stands with two
Cincinnati. 13,503: ;t 1 191; t 117 they made the Californians played a Rural Branching Dhoura per pound... ...... aye or thn'Onpf'Cc.
Chicago . 1,538 2 -In I 43&: in White milo maize > ...... tot Very small ones retail two for five cent .
Cleveland .. 5,131: 2 OTt losing game trying to capture the Ka corn '* .. ..... :tit It ta; n ffift Hint in MIIIIM 1 -- -
13: -- --
British market for their I Amber cane or sorgnum ...... .. roc markets old tiotaUxsti
In ern today: worth
St. Paul! . :591; 2 as 1 :20! oranges. Alfalfa or Lucerne ..... .... toe are
Kansas City. 51,219:! 2 29 i) 1 12 speaking of the efforts of the Earl Johnson grafts ........ 150 more than tho now, ana there is not much

New Orleans. 10.718 1 71 1 1:1JIICkSOI1'ille : Fruit Company in this direction the Gold seed rice (upland), per bushel......... 2.00 difference between them here. Tills
Genuine red rust proof oats ..... .... 6oc years of potatoes has
0,452 18.2 1 1 51 California Fruit Grower says : "The White seed rice ......... 2.25 crop them' averagedHinall
LiverpoolMiscellaneous.l. . 159:) 2 (62 112 pluck and of Beggar weed seed per pound.. .. ... ..... ..25OItOCEIUE. many of with black hearts.
\ nerve company have The .glut on tomatoes has 81)uutcleared
I 327 2 62:! 1 82; I
been ably seconded by growers who Butter, gilt edge .. ..... .... .. .... ...... ... 25 I up but prices aro steady quotations.
The crop of 1892-3, to the surpris? understand have Cheese full cream .. ....... .. .... .. .... ..ijtfi2)i Tho prices of cucumbers and! Ixxms
we divided the risk Cheese. K cream .. .. .. .......... .
of everybody, turned out to be only with the Earl Company and have fur. are simply ridiculous. Cucumbers retailat
------- ---
-- ---- live cents a dozen.
10 per cent less than that of the pre nished the fruit without present cost with
To Fruit and Growers Turnips( really food l l ottoms and
ceding 'car-1891 2 3,750,000 boxes; to the shipper. This able combination : long fresh toper| are in demand; would

of good judgment, pluck and business Ship your Pineapples, Melons Lemons, fetch 34 to l1 cents ench in bulk. They
1892 3, 3,400,000 boxes. The Grapes, l'r.ches.'egetableA., etc., to us, as we arc wanted 1 to take the place of
will almost cabbage.
surely win a think yon will get more money here than you
officers estimate the coming crop at way for our fruit in the British will by shipping North. During the winter, after the quail

4,500,000. boxes. market." I BLAIR & THRASHKK. season. was over, thousands) of chicksno

Jacksonville, Fla. larger than quails, weighing; % to




---- -

3 Hi. each, were sold hero five for a CHICAGO, JunePtlaches: 50 to 75c, Why Strictly Pure White Lead the best paint?

dollar. But tho market is!' now getting per| one-third bushel: cablwge. Mobile, ? Because it will outlast all other paints, give a
away from thin callow size and they. arc 2.2.) to2.50; Lmli8iunu. 3.2: to 8.50; cokes, Why handsomer finish, better protection to the wood,
no longer HO eagerly taken. 7f.c tu 120,1 lK'r crate: egg plant, choice. and the first cost will be less.
The arrival of good$ pasture in the 1.00 to 1..5, per dozen; new potatot.'Slo- If Barytes and other adulterants of white
North ia *Iiown by the long drop in but title Peerless, 2.75:>> to :3.00): s wtet corn, lead are "just as. good" as Strictly Pure White Lead, why are all the
ter.The :35) to 50c j dozen; tomatoes, 1.00 to 1.50.: adulterated white leads always branded Pure, or"Strictly Pure White Lead?"

increase" in tho use of j>ota>h is CINCINNATI, June ,.Strawberries, This Barytes is a heavy white powder ((ground stone), having the appearanceof

apparent; u cargo of about 1 1,0<< was unloadl'Cllwro) Juno
bushel crate; (l""lchl't4. 7 k> to 1.25, |Ix!r What shoddy is to clout Barytes is to paint. Be careful to use only
Auction Sales. one-third bushel box; new jKjtutoes, old and standard brands of

Blake & Kipley, Boston, June 1: (' tIi- choice, 3.75; cucumber, :30c per dozen.
fornia navel oranges at 1M74 to :Jl.lJJi._; tomut()(. Florida, 1.00(1 to 2.00( ): choice, Strictly Pure White Lead
MtHllings 1.20() to l.bO. Mississippi, :3.00.

Snow & Co.. California wed<<(ling ST. Louis, June 5.-Peaches, 20 to 75c: ANCHOR" (Cincinnati) RED SEAL" (St. Louis)
oniiigen, I.W to 2.12Jt'; Mediterranean |Kr lox I ; new jKitatoeH. Mobile l.K) per I ECKSTEIN (Cincinnati) KENTUCKY iLouisville)
)HweeU, 1.25 to 1.70; Malta bloods, 1.15:); St. (bushel; old, Durbanks, 1.05 to 1.10; cabbage SOUTHERN (St. Louis and Chicago) "I. ATLANTIC(New York)
Michaels, L"0;; to 2.00; navels, 1.124 to home-grown. 2.25; cucuml ers, COLLIER (St. Louis) JEWETT (New York)

l.OSJf I.7i: to 2.(10( ), per barrel; tomatoes, Florida are strictly pure, "Old Dutch" process brands, established by a lifetime of use.
Sgolifl J ( & Day, Now York, May :31: 1.00 to 1.50; Mississippi( 4-basket For colors use National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting: Colors with

?:i boxes of oranges, l.:'J7J to 4.00. crate. ripe| 1.50 to 1.75: squash,25: to GOe, Strictly Pure White Lead.
June 2: 100 boxes of oranges, 1.624 l tier box. P. M. KIKLY: & Co. For sale by the most reliable dealers in paints everywhere.If .
to 4.f.0. -_ -A-_,_-- you are going to paint it will pay you to send to us for a book containing information
that may save you many a dollar ; it will only cost you a postal card to do ao.
Dix & Wilkins, Baltimore, May :31: Business Notices.AN .
Florida 1.20 to 2.80. NATIONAL LEAD CO.
oranges, KNTEIU'HISINO:: Nt'1Lyiltv l.tN.- ,
South Water-Street Auction Company) Our readers will not fail to have
noticed ____________ _____ I Broadway.: New York.
Chicugo, May 29: COO boxes (orange, 1.25 m
1 the card of Mr. W. I). Grilling, of
to 1.70; :a.1 lK>xew lemons, 1.1)5): to 2.35.: Baker Mr. 1--- :
May UO: :86() ItoxeH California MedlingsU5c cng Macclenny is! a rising, young county.man, who has Grif-had steamers, 11,200 packages of pens! anti I greater: weight 1 of bones 1 in proportion

; to 1.55.:) a good training in one of the foremost 29,200 crate of cabbage. By railroad I to flesh the better. One of the best
31 105: Itoxe linen from Southern points, IIUOO) ) crate
May : C.\IirorniuM't't1Iinb"K nurseries; of the South. orange groves near Orlando is ma-
of cabbage and 2,140 packages of iKeas.
1,00( to 1.85.
PINEAPPLE: IJt\LEHs.-fI'Cial| attention The total arrivals of Southern new |IM- nured with cattle bones and horns.

Pineapplo Prices. is called to the new card of Messrs.Darnett tatoe for the week were about :515,000 -e- --
Bros., of Chicago, on tho first barrels mostly from Charleston and
The Fruit Trade Journal says: Messrs. page of the cover. This house is a memIHT Savannah., Mr. A. W. Barber, a former well-

Sgobel & Day commenced on Friday of tho National League of Commission Southern growers of truck do not pack known citizen of Orlando but now
thoir wiles of Florida pineapples on lie- Merchants association of the D. C. in let-
an such
awl mark their vegetables in neat living \Vashington, a
half of the Indian liver Pineapplelrwers' "gilt. edge" houses!' of the chief cities of and attractive manner as tho Massachusetts ter to a Florida paper, puts to rout
( Association, offering thirty the North, and has I besides! the recommendation and Long Island market ,rclelwl'8. "
of the Florida volcano"hitherto
>packages> which wild from 13 cents toG every story
of the Florida Fruit I- South unableto
\ x- & in the are
(} cents each on Queens, and from 8 change.A )ll1lJtrOWlI"obtain packages to ship their produce published and leaves it in asgreat

cents to 10 cents on the Regulars. This icon MKLON FEltTII.IZEIt.The in, but the should find out tho standard mystery as ever. Mr. Barber

bized fruit ,was otherwise very good it would but rather have under-commanded first melons of the season in any quantity size for their stock and make their once spent several days in an attemptto

higher prices, still these are full were those loaded by. N. A. Anderson. crates accordingly. Above all tho packages solve this mystery and hopes to re-
to value. of Busline!!, which were ship']>ed on "should bo well filled' and the stock turn to it some time in the future.ForMalaria .
Many May JJOth: Church Anderson & Co. of carefully selected 1 and packed, the poorer
of the New
pines,' are reaching .
marked t
York in bad condition. P. Kiihl- this city, and on the following day a going into N'parattackagesmund l>>
very car from (I.V.. Digelow of tho same "seconds."
& Co. The outlook is Liver Tr ou-
man say very. ,
place was shipped to New York. Doth A New York produce dealer informs
as most of them have to !1)(.e con-
KUlUl'tllllr.hy(poor hence prices will naturally of these growers are great believers in us that fully 75 per cent of the arrivalsof bleorInd1gestionuaBROWN'S
the virtue of the Paine tahll'8 are helcthe!
Company's' vegetable Southern t
rule very \low, to say nothing about IRON BITTERS
fertilizer, "Truck Farmer's Special standards! consl'< strawberries selling 5 to 80 >er Ijuart.
| which enabled them to raise and lower than is necessary.: A -
not -- -- -
Western orders but
There art few
many only the first melons of the season but large percentage of this! default is owing
can IHJ 'filled! except by express, which TO WORLD'S FfllR VISITORS
makes them rather too costly. to l h e the finest in the market. to carelessness. Taking |potatoes as an
two in
example one or shipiHJrs
profitable.K.. .
Florida Groves Not Dying Out. Charleston and one or two in Savannah MOTEL FREMCrt
L. (; xsls ell sold auction as follows is ,
: We learn from reliable sources that are shipping heavily, and their stock HARVEY ILL.

Mu.31.-17I20, : Havana; pines arriving agents of the Florida Fruit Exchangehave sought after by buyers, who freely pay

ex. S*. Saratoga, fruit in IKx i >r condition : visited every county in the Stateof from 25; to 50 cents more for these marks In FURNISHED HOUSE CAN OB SECURED
sell for.
June Florida and fl'Ctntl"Ymet to than tho best other i potatoes" FOR THIRTY DAYS.
:3 J1! to DC per pine. 2.-10,274 compare ,such
$ Yumuri notes. They reported the of oranges fact dealers are anxious to engage
pine, arriving ex s. crop
while Situated on the Grand Trunk and Illinois Cm-
and Kong Frodo, fruit mostly in Iwid to ho about equal to the year before stock to arrive at a premium would realize tral R. R.. bflog convenient to top without going .
condition, prices ranging from 3 to 92C! last and! it was their opinion that large; hulk of tho arrivals into the City, and more accessible to the FairGrounds
the Florida had reached its more for the shipper were they morodosc.'h' than the City ittelf.
pine. orange crop.
jHr uniform in This is brick cool and
culled, aim strictly a threenitory building:,
CIIICAOO, June Pineapples' salable limit for the reason that M) many grove attractive bar airy rooms with first-clats table.
from 8.00 to 1:1.00: JHT 100.( ) are dying out. They said: "Take the size, also packed in clean Give a few days' notice of your Intended visit
I UJM\'IU.K, June Pineapples l.f>0 State, leaving out Orange Lake and tho rels.! -Am. Cultivator.. and we will reserve you a room meet you at the

to 2.()() i per dozen.St. crop} would Ire greatly l below the aver .-.. four station or six and can guarantee have suite satisfaction.connecting if Parties desired.of

Louis. June A.Havana extra, 2.50:) age. Lust year the Orange. Lake crop PLANTING GRAPEVINES CLOSE.

,.'dozen); No. 1, 1.75:>>; No. 2, 1.50; No. 3, was almost nothing. This! year it comes often CHARLES G. FRENCH, Harvey, nil.yr !.
I 1.25. up with air prosp] ects and this holds up Theoretical reasoning is very

the neragt.in the State. Esmeralda upset by practical experience, and this
__ .. !t'' t.J w "If "M"ntv' (!i
Nmv YORK June Strawberries, 1 Island last Beacon s1)bpie(180,000 boxes; has been more than once illustratedin .-'

Maryland, 8 to 9c. Georgia 'peaches, carriers this year the estimate is 03,000. Thusit regard to the close planting of grape 1- --"' .-.
will IMJ that Florida will not increase
3.00 to 5.00; Florida, !'t>tnto, :3.00 seen is vines. A writer says he is acquaintedwith .
her yield annually as generally
to 4.00) ; Alexander+, 3.00 to 5.00; South extensive at the '-
Trade Journal. one grape grower
Carolina, > case jieaches' 1.50 to 2.50.: Iposetl.-I''ntit
Plums, Georgia, beach carriers, 2.50: to Upon; I Inking shown the atone, Mr. M. present time who thought that vines

::1.50orth; Carolina l beach, quart, 8 to P. Turner Secretary of the Exchange, planted twelve feet apart would pro-
lOc. Watermelons, Florida, 75c to 1.25 said: "So far as the Exchange is con- duce better fruit than if planted closer ?
the& [ pence
cerned there is not a jKirticle of truth in onP8\
each. Potatoes.
Charleston Hose, 3.50 to but he found by results that when
4.50; Chili Ueds, :3.00 to :3.75: Savannah, it. I cannot imagine where they got any "
; closer the saccharine matter is the title of another Hustler "poem. Here
3.00 to 4.50: North Carolina, Hose, 3.00 such Itntcment.0 Exchange"agents planted U one "UK"Othu
to 4.00; Chili lied, 3.00 to 3.50. Cabbage, have done what is hero reported. was largely increased. This is con fences there will be,

Norfolk, 1.00to 1.25. Beet, Charleston, t trary to accepted opinions in the case That Hut'gainst no one this can they fall stand to see no show to win the

4.00 to 5.00 per 100 bunches; Savannah, Southern Vegetables. of other fruits; it is held that the more day. .
2.00 to 2.50 per barrel crate. Cukes, The season for Southern vegetables) is and sunshine the sweeter the Thelack the essential thing,
Charleston 1..)() to 2.00; Savannah 1.00 at its height. and immense quantities of space The Which self-regulating defeats expanwon spring and contrsctfen inHatch
to 1.50; Florida, 50c to 100. Green truck and other vegetables are being received (fruit. scientific way."

Peas, Maryland, per basket, 75c to 1.4J5; 1 from all i points between Florida DOGS AS FERTILIZER. -Practical Send for a copy.
Eastern Shore 75c: to 1.00; Norfolk, 75c .and New York, though many kinds are inform that bonesare PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO., Adrian

to 1.00. Squash, Florida, 25 to .:)c. String about over with from the more southerly i vineyardists often us _Mich._____ __ _u__ __ __ __. .
Deans, North Carolina Wllx'J Cr half bbl, I points. To show the immense receiptsin one of the best of all fertilizers for Chickens by Stoam.

1.50 to 2.00, 1-third bbl, 5c: to 1.25; Now York from the South, we give vines. Dogs and razorbacks could be

North Carolina round, 75: to 1.00: flat, the arrivals of Southern vegetables for used to excellent purpose in, this way IMPROVED EXCELSIOR. INCUBATOR

50 to 75c. Deans Charleston, 50c to one week, ending last Monday. By the being buried at the extremity of I VftUdott. Jo.I.p1."rr/ThooModtltkm. ...ta..IQCCleMhtl.';'I.H rtut.op.r.,.
1.00; Savannah, 25 to 75c. Tomatoes, Savannah steamers, 42,338 1 packages of by Wi 1.,.,...... ficecS Ar+t-es.s. IItcbr mid*.
bar- the roots. Fistes and hounds as goodas (.uarsnte.d to hutch tar percaatajAt
including about .
carriers, 1.23 to 1.50.PALMEII vegetables, rerE5."IfP at...a..t than!-IIl otter
KIVKNBUKO & Co. rels of potatoes. Dy Old Dominion any, pound for pound; in fact, the SeD4 tiel.Jar 11bs.(.atak) g., bUX 11..kTlUL",, ",au.rer .



WEATHER AND OROPS. Farmers' Institutes. ing a proper use of them. Which i is! it ? 1 judiciously treated with some of Lit-

For tho Week Kditor Farmer and ltrult-t3rosvet: Whose fault is it that we blush for tle's fertilizer, and this spring the
Ending Juno 5, the of Hon. W. dead wood cut out of them.
1803. Through our State when we read the unvarnished -. was They
RejKMiu continue I II. Morrison\ I am favored with a facts of the census ? now have a good color, are carrying

very favorable.concerning Local markets craps are well) copy of Bulletin, No. 6 of the Wisconsin i What are the representatives of the !I a moderate set of fruit and bid fair to

stocked with Florida grown pineapples, Farmers Institute. people (God save.the mark) doing at make a satisfactory growth during the
j>eachcs, rnu melons and waterme OD14. Mr.\ Morrison[ writes : "We hold Tallahassee for the agriculture of the summer. ..
A number of cars of watermelons have
from to institutes
75 100 two day State? ---
been shipped to northern markets dur-
ing the week; the is a. week or ten each winter. At the closing instituteall They seem this spring to have a
days earlier than croll 10 last three J earK. our workers come together (or a spasm of cheese-paring economy.
Western District-Slightly excessive three days' conference or experience They seem to be possessed of an AnyTime

temperature and showery weather, with meeting and an experienced stenographer idea that the coffers of the State can
slight deficiency in sunshine in the
western counties the central and extreme gives a verbatim report and be filled and kept full by pluggingsome
; 4))) 1 ( '
eastern counties report little rain and Bulletin No. 6 is the result. small leaks. Their economy is

an abundance of sunshine. Conditions Our workers are all farmers, the like that of a farmer who eats his seed ,, is the right time
were generally favorable fur all most successful that be selected ,
crop; can potatoes and kills his breeding sow. for to
gardens, corn, cotton, {leas, pinders, JM>- and their talk and experience smacksof Gentlemen of the everybody drink
tatoes, rice, ears, figs, legislature, mark
1)| {peaches, plums
the soil. We
and grapes l being es]>ecially mentionedas long ago came to the this: You never can !make a great
having been l enefited. Heavy conclusion that the only way to reach State unless you !plant) the seed and ires'ROOtdeer)
showers in a few sections where oat the farmer was with the intelligent manure it.Simply.
harvest is not completed were unfavorable business farmer. Advise
for that crop, while in sections farmer to send for every cutting off a pig's tail will A temperance drink. "
where only light showers occurred: the a copy. not make a fat hog. The way to A home-made drink.
farmers have been enabled to work out Bulletin No. 6 is a well edited book make taxes less oppressive is! to build A hcaltlt-givin; drink.
the grass' from thoir crojw.! Some corrci of 256 pages, full from cover to cover up the industries of the State and A thirst- ucnclllng drink.A .
J>ondents think crojw: in Western of papers and talks by the most intelligent make it wealthy and populous. drink! that j id popular everywhere.

Florida were never in a more promising practical and successful Plant the seed Plant Delicious, Sparkling, Effervescent.
condition than at the present time. gentlemen. -
Highest tcmierature, !95) : loweht, 00; farmers in that great agriculturalState. the seed and water !it and manure it. A '5 cent package makes phone of this
mean, 70; average rainfall, 0.74. It also contains numerous Print and distribute the proceedingsof for dclkiou the take*beverage.of larger Don't brufit deceived,tells you some if*dealer other,
Northern District -1 rainfall about portraits that show how these farmers the State Horticultural 1 Society. kind i Is"just a*good '-*li (abe; No Imitation
half the average amount and fairly distrihuttHl. look. It has also profuse illustrations Organize farmers' institutes and I U as good as the genuine HIKES'.

Temperature averaged normal of the faculty of the .
Universityof --- -
at home and abroad
spread the literature
for the week, but during the first \\' and I.
the Horticultural
two days there was a deficiency, the resulting. Be alive. [Don't cat '
morning of May 30th) being very cool and Agricultural buildings and labor- the seed potatoes. Our sister Statesare
for the season; each day of tho remain atories connected therewith. The advancing. Join and keep up Pills i
der of the week showiMl a slight excess, Wisconsin Agricultural College is a with the procession.DUDLEY.
the nights lK'ing especially warm. A part of this University.

little less\ than the average amount ofsunshine Such an agricultural college does Tangerine, Fla., May 77,187j.W. ADAMS. .Umnla'N the torpid liver, streagtbae
was given. More rain would the UlgeittiYO ,
organ; rr ulstes teal
IKJ not have to make excuses for its -9-+- bowels,and
beneficial throughout; tho greater part any are uuvqualetl MS asANTIBILIOUS
of the district, although crojH at this. existence. A Ouro of Foot-Rot.
time are thought to l ho fully up to it not It does common sense practical as A three-acre grove in the flat- MEDICINE
above tho average lanlens are rejwrtcd I well as scientific work. woods of Bradford about In malarial dhf clefs.their virtue*ar.
to IK county, widely recoff nixed,am they .
blightly suffering from po *esa p onllar -
It not only directs its efforts to three foot properties in
drouth in some sections. Highest tent years ago, developed -rot from that freeing ttieaystem
l ; ( ; ); those who will be farmers but to those and an examination; showed that coated l)o.poUon.o mall. lllcffantljr lr7c: ,d:5cU sagest.
average} : who are farmers now. These insti there were thirty or forty trees af Sold Everywhere

Central istrict-"ihc\\'t.,1"8 were frequent tutes have grown in popularity very fected. It had been liberally fertil
\ in this district and in somo sections rapidly and what is done at these ized for some years with raw ground Office-- 110 to 144. Washington- .- --St., N.$.

too heavy proving injurious to meetings and ,what is said by practical bone and a good deal of vegetable
crops. Several corresM>ndenls report It Costs No More
rain on six days of tho week. In the farmers and scientific students i is matter, wire-grass sods ditch scrap-
northeastern part of HilUUirough county printed in this book of 256 closely irgs, weeds and some stable manure
the heavy rains prevented the working filled pages and distributed free to had been applied rather too close Under
of crops! which are becoming very every farmer who wants it. That i is the trees. The earth and rotted to go viaMammoth
gn18H)'. Too much rain is rejxirted from what an agricultural College is for. matter had accumulated around the
of Osceola
.jiarts county, while in i part
Yolu&ia complaints are made that It is made to do something besides boles, in many cases about covering '
more rain is needed for crofts, but for make vague promises for the nebulous the collar roots out of sight. Cave
the district as a whole the fall averagedabout future. Such work makes a State First, the earth was drawn back all

of normal. There was a slight excess grow bright and rich and populous.That around the trees, and on each side a
and less
temperature than
average amount of sunnhine. The tomato an is the way to make taxes light. broad sluice was opened so that the en route

crop is shipi ed; |cuchcs> and melons Now, farmers of Florida: why can rain water could flow off readily into 0 ,
are ripening; orange groves look not our agricultural college wakefrom the dead-furrows. All the diseased
well. Farmers and growers apnenr! t to its and with to theWorlds
bo satisfied with lethargy give us some spots were cut out a sharp knife
prospect Highest thing of this kind ? back to sound tissue and thoroughly .
temperature IM; lowest. 00(): mean, 80;
rainfall, ..07.Southern. There is plenty of talent in our painted with coal tar.

Dbtrict-Heavy showers! oeeurred State to make up the practical farmer Four large trees were so badly affected Fair

on tho east coast, Jupiter rei>ort- part and such bright young men as that they died; all the rest were
ing 2:30 inches. 1 In the interior and western Professors Rolfs and Bitting of the saved, though a half dozen or more

but counties tho bulllcient rainfall for was much less, Agricultural College and Swingle and I were half or two-thirds girdled. Sap at Chicago
generally present crop Webber of the United States laboratory in
needs.! A slight excess of tcinperature kept bursting out spots near the
and nearly average sunshine. \ egetable can do ample justice to the scien ground, but these spots were prompt.
shipments are alx>ut ended for this sea tific part of the program. ly cut out and cauterized with the than to miss it r
son. Pines are being shipi 1 in largo The United States Government has coal tar. The trees were left without
quantities, and the movement of the
poured out thousands and thousandsof fertilizer for a
melon begun. Grapes' are fine, The
crop corn Louisville Nashville Railroad -
promising; young trees and fruit doing t dollars at Lake City. Thousandsand The oozing of sap grew less and
well. Highest temjtorature, tHe lowest; thousands of farmers are asking less as the trees began to feel the choice of routes to
03:!; mean, 78; average rainfall, 1.f()><1)) what good ? Will anybody answer? pinching of poverty. Before the Chicago, via Cincinnati, Louisville,
inches. Can ? Evansville and St. Louis, with perfect
anybody answer summer ended all bursting of sap had

Ha.E.,June It. DKMAIN 6, iSy ,. Din'Ctor.Jac1r.souriUt' Florida is almost exclusively an ceased; the foot-rot had entirely dis lines of Pullman Buffet SleepIng -

--- agricultural and horticultural State. appeared. For about two years now Coachcs through from Floridr.
Th..ST..U'IIISltU"d \' We claim great natural advantages of the trees have been clear of it. to our Northern Terminals. For

BORE ..ucecedinc TOOL. to'this'in ImiinrM UM world->for lxt soil and climate, and yet the cold Of course this deprivation of fertil- Information as to time rates,etc.,

Horso Powors, blooded and inexorable census placesus izer was rather a heroic remedy. The write to C. P. Atmore, Cenfl Passenger

WELLS- Steam Engines, at the very tail end of the great trees have suffered considerable loss Agent, Louisville, Ky., or .

Pumps &valves, sisterhood of States in agricultural of wood from the effects of the coldon I,. A. STELTENKAMP,

DRILL pita Iron*.Pip and t.Mto. Fitting,rlubl WU work Sop. achievements. their unfed branches. They Fla. Pass. Agent,
**ran>d.LOOMIS4.NYMAN. t mailed?-...
Either we are overstating our advantages looked bad but they were sound to 90 W. Bay St., i'

WELLS TirriN.: onio. or our farmers are not mak the heart. Last November they were 4,Jacksonville F)... ,r

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The importance Broad Wagon of broad Tires.tires for Consider seals on the the famous Alligator.The Seal.Rocksat Jacksonville, |anipa & [K{[ey $est Railway go 0.

wagons and carts in Florida is not San Francisco are one of the great

appreciated as it ought to be. The attractions to tourists and they are by
native farmers show good judgmentin law rigidly protected from hunters. Joseph II, Durkec, Receiver

making their cart-wheels very high, The alligators of Florida are an equal V v7VA THE
IAC ONVIlLt\i, v>'*
thus making them of easy draft. attraction to pleasure-seekers, but it is V i -' jl*V"

But most of the wagons brought into considered "the thing" to pink one of 1.
the State from outside cities, and the great sleepy saurians and knockout COMCTtOM.t **, .

which were manufactured in regions one or both of his eyes on the I l Kxtending southward from Jacksonville, excel

much less sandy than Florida, are back of his head. The alligator is the ?: i in equipment and service, reach all

very ill adapted to peninsular roads greatest living destroyer of snakes and :':. ; ,.4 M prominent winter and summer

and are destructive to horseflesh. water rats, thereby rendering the coast MarM'tyZ *' ; PLEASURE RESORTS
The farmer should remember that, countries safer to the hunter than the '
while there are no lulls and no mud interior. If people would considerthe i of Florida. Through-trainiervico with Parlor,

in Florida, the heavy incessant grindof alligator, not as the lilies of the ti Pullman carry, Bullet you, and through Sleeping-cars

the wheels in the sand renders it field," of course, but as a sure source '/' r nut

worse in many respects than a very of revenue when his time comes to be Orange Groves, Fruit Farms,
hilly and muddy country would be. skinned and his oil and tusks deliv ouu P p

A set of tires, six or even four inches erect up and as an unrivalled water '4'.I.., ...o :t\\ Vegetable Gardens,

wide, though heavier than the present'. scavenger while he lives, the}' would r; r+/ ,,.. 9..?,A.,
narrow tires, would be much easier on protect him instead of trying to exterminate p. Pineapple Plantations,

the team by reason of running over him. .
\ Mines
the deep sand instead of cutting; into k ; Phosphate m-
The Shoot.
Loading Grape
it.Vilh tires of this width a span of The top shoot of: a grapevine will, yN1 'PYMT ADJ aa, ,.l Cocoanut Fields
.. ,
horses ought to haul nearly or quite + r, ,
unless carefully looked after, so far ti 1 t t
twice as many boxes of oranges as take the lead of all others that the AND ALONG TUB

they now do. fruit on the lower part of the vine will pa\ St. Johns River,
The narrow tires (for heavy hauling ; be materially injured. It is not best, 'L 1t..li
and roads a Indian River
on the farm country are as ,
leave buds
generally, to many on even
useless as horns on cattle, and shouldbe the most vigorous shoot of the prep \I '" Lake Worth,
discarded. Wheels are now madeof M rM + ty
i vious year's growth, but if several are +i ._ psA Forming a Now Route to
all iron with tires three to six ,(1 xrRtlrs of
allowed to grow, bend the shoot downward
inches wide and have advan- B1SCAYNE I BAY.
many if possible, from where last
tages. There are no tires to come off year's shoot started. \\'e knew an Direct Line to TAMPA, PUNTA CORDA and Gulf Harbors.
or reset no felloes to renew, or hubsto
old man who excellent YOU TIME
rot ; they are made all sizts to fit grew grapes TROUBLE purchasing) ticket via .Jacksonville, Tampa tic
the of the shoots
by changing positions BY Went It' '. Send for of Florida
the spindles of our common farm WI LL {; Key ) largo; map ,
during the growing season. At first AND free by (mail, with other information of Interest.
wagons, and if once used are there to SAVE TRANSFERS
he allowed one to lead and then others.

stay. t But by midsummer he always resorted R. B. CABLE W. B. COFFIN C. D. ACKERLY.
lencrul) Manager SujH>rlntendent. General Passenger Agent
Mellow Turnips. to the pinching process. At this .
I ----- --- --
Congressman Amos J. Cummings I time the shoots have made sufficient

visited the great sugar farm and wrotea length of growth so that pinching; them JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.,

very graphic and readable letter to concentrated the sap and made the

the New York Sun. Here is one par canes for next year's bearing much GHOCEHS AND COMMISSION' MEHCllANTS

agraph: heavier than they would be otherwise.In ,

"It is a run of three miles to Run growing grapevines length of vineis -DKALKRS IN-

nymede, near the further shore of the a trivial matter. It is the thicknessand
Coal Grain Wines Tobacco Etc.
lake. Here there is an excellent hotel ripeness of the preceding year's Hay, Liquors, Cigars, ,

and near it a United States experiment canes that count for most.American JACKSONVILI4K. I1'LA.
station. The latter stands upon reclaimed Cultivator. - .
--- -- -eBROWN'S ---
land. The superintendent i.tr'ing is. .91 75OrAtigP .Martin I Ky".93: 00
with fruits IRON BITTERS Valley. :: OO Virginia (Cllmlf. 4 OO
experiments tropical Spring Vallry..... ..................... 3 SO Old lloiirlHin ... n, 00
and vegetables. There were Spanish Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion North Carolina Corn......... ......... :: flO Kentucky Sour Mnruli .... ............ fl 00
Clifton Club ..... ........... .... Old Itttkrr ................... ......... 5 00
onions in his garden, turnips as big as & Debility. Montroutt Velvet.............. .. 90 OO
bowls in a tenpin alley and as mellow -----..-.--- Jug Extra: : One gallon 350.; two gallon,,*oc.; three gallon,750. Remit {Iby post office(money
apples, new Irish potatoes, cabbages, Hints About Baby.A order check or registered letter. We cannot.hip.C.O. D. to dry towns.
A complete price list of Groceries,and Wine List, unit free on application.
carrots, beets, yams, lettuce alreadyrun successful doctorsu..jo\healthy
to seed, and cassava." infant will tako water uvery hour, and JOHN CLARK SON & CO.
to the tatter for it. The Jew .
rocking --- --- --- -- --- ---- --- -- --
Fancy a mellow turnip! If they tossing patting, combing,coaxing, teasing
were mellow it was because they were and promiscuous kissing an infantis POrI'ASI-I SAITSAre

pithy from over-rank growth in the obliged to endure, the tatter his
neceftftary to produce large crops! of good quality.
health and good l nature. See that hesleeps
muck, and if they were pithy they in a cool'room.. with mouth shut High and Low Grade Sulphate of Potash, Murlato of Potash and Kalnlt.
were not fit to eat. It is such balder. and head! uncovered. If you wish to For Information and Paiticular address!

dash as this that disgusts men in the rest at night, think how you would GERMAN KALI WORKS,

North who really know anything about swelter tatween two giants and do not IHl.Mtiiminin_ Strrrl.nf_ I"nrk.t._ __ no _-_. 1_*_.
rural affairs and makes them shy of put the baby to bed! with two grown -- ---- -- -- -- ----
everything written about in the same people. Have all garments loose: enoughfor BENTON & UPSON COURSE' ( IIY MAIL
comfort at throat, arms, waist and
connexion. wrists, and ta sure to have the shoes F R E E WITH THE
and stockings large enough. A child tJAC}(SOtVIIlIlE, F1+R., LKAVKNWORTHBusiness(
Nerve Blood should not ta) given meat until he is two
years old. Do not try to teach a childto IRRIGATING
Tonic Builder !stand. lIe will stand by himself! when College.TO .
I, his! Inxly am) tones am in condition.Use ADVKIITI8E:
no starch on any of his clothing
4S I and keen his bibs dry if you have to MACHINERY OUR COLLEGE
change them every half hour.-House!' !
UO J.'II We will give a thorough course of Instruction
keeper. r.-_ in double and single.; entry
Hereford's Acid Phosphate. Steam and Horse Power. Ikxikkecpingaml' Commercial Arithmetic
mail FHKK OF CHAKOK' to limits
-.nd tordescdi Ill KflVrtM:. of Tnhaccorrllr by : a
>> Thin course will be
(. t Brass completed in forty Itw()n4. No charge
Pipe Pipe Fitting
Persons! are broken for Diplomas.tlcln'M :
down from overwork or' household con*. i
:\0,.. MEDICINE' CO., I. Jirown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds the I Valve, Hose, Etc. I'ltop. ''..1. JP.!iirfif/tri, Tier..
prr bat. Schenectady, N.Y. system,aid digestion inoYC excess of Ul<, 3L%3)4) antI:004 Delaware 81..
II fur Fl. O. aoJ Brockvlllc,Ont. and cures mal_tia uc* thu genuiae. WRITE FOR ESTIMATES., l :.t l'ixironru K.t."S.tS.




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Manufacturing interests for prosperity. Now, don't you,
a Southern planter, consider it your duty to patronize
Southern Manufacturers, everything being equal

The manufacturers of ATLANTA PLOWS guaranteeto
MAKE everything equal. .




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Between Jacksonville and New York : Pint-claas. $25.60; Intermediate, $ 9.00; Excursion, 1.43.50;
Steerage, $12.50.

Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin $27.00; Intermediate $21.00 j Excursion, $47.30; Steerage, t'4.aS;
The magnificent Steamships this Company are appointed to sail as follows:

The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -
to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,
[Central or rP' Meridian Time.]

Narooclire......... ....................... .......... .............. ...Friday, June ad, 7.003. both ways :
City or Augusta. ........................ .. ..........................Sunday, June 4th .ooa.m (STANDARD' TIME.) From Jacksonville,
City or ltlrmlithaiit............................... ...............Tuesday, June 6th. 10.30 a.Dl Front New York. Florida.
a Kaunas City.. ..................?.... ............ ........... ......Friday June 9th, 140p.r (Pier 29 K R.) ....... STEAMER ".... ... tst,at SJOamTueIC.l..y. :
Xacoorlir. .......... ................ ............ .......... ...... ....Sunday, nth, 3.ooaj Friday, May 26th, at 3 pm......."ALGONQUIN. ..... ... Thursday, June "th.at 7:30am
UOIS" Sunday
City or Augusta.... ............................................. ... .Tuewlay, June 13th, 5.00 p.m May 30111, at 3 pm......... "IR0Q June 6that trooa mTuesday
City: or HlriiilncliHia.................. .......... ......................Friday, June ibth 7.ooa.mHau. Friday June 2d, at 3 pm "SRMINOLE".Thursday.... June June ttth.st
.H* City.......... .......................... **...... ...............Sunday, June tSlh, 9.00a. June 6th, at 3 pm..ALGONQUIN"... ..... .. ... Thursday Sunday. t Sth.at 1.3Opm
Naroorhf... ............ ..... ...... .................... .... .... ...Tuesday, une101htr.ooa.t Friday, 9th, at 3 pm....... .. "IROQU01S" Ihth.at Boo 5:30am: ampm
City: or AiiKUntu. .. .. ............ ..:.._............ .. .. Friday, June old 1.30p.t TueMlay, June nth, at 3 pm....... ."ALGONQUIN"Thursdlay, JUlie 3x1!. at 13am: n'n
City of lllmiliiKlium...........................,...... ............Sunday, June asth, 3.00 a.m Friday June i6th,at 3 .. .. ....." 'OIS".Sunday, 25th at 130pm:
."* City........... ................................................Tuesday, uue 27th, ...30 P.Dl Tuesday, 3oth at 3 pm .... .... 29th,at iwoatupm :
NaroorlifM .............. ... ......... ..................... .Friday June joth, 6.ooa.111 Tuesday Friday, June 27th 23d,,at at 3 3 pm..SUIINOLU..... ...."ALGONQUIN".... ...Sunday. June rd, at 6130ampm :
FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. Friday, June joth, at 3 ...... .. .."IROQUOIS"- .... ...Thursday July 6th, at looo:: a m

City of MJM-OII...... ...... ......................................Thursday. tst, 6.30 p.m ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
(late City.... .. .......... ............................. .............Thursday. tune 8th, 12.30 p.m
City or .Maroii.... ...... .... ..... .... ... ... ........ .... . .Thut1iday.juneI5th. 6.3Op.m
Gate City..... .... ...... ...... ........ .. ..... .Thurbday, June 22d, I.oop.mClty..r For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
3Iacon.... ........ ....... .. ................. ............ ..Thursday, June a9th, 6.00 I.nl River.
the St. Johns
The elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers
(This Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.) F1.ec191c DeBnJ..y,99Capt.

I/rNlrng ................... ...... ...... ........ ........... .......Tuesday, 6th, lo.ooa.i LEO VOCEL.
1..0"1............................... ........ .......... ...... ...... .. Friday, tune 16th, 7.00 a.m Arc appointed to sail from Jacksonville Sundays Tuesdays and Fridays at 3.30 p. m..and from San.
1).0"1............................ ............... .... ..... .. .... ......Monday, June 26th. ".00 p.tTHESE ford Monday, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9 a. m.

PALACE STEAMERS, 66 E'v ei't.i: .c1e,"

Capt. W. A. SHAW.
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line), offer to tbt From Jacksonville-Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5500: p. m.. returning leaves Sanford Tuesdaysand
Public and Shipper advantages equalled by no other line. Fridays at Soo: a. m.
Through Ticket Traveling and Bins of Lading issued to principal points North, Hast and Northwest Yia General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville
Savannah. For information and rooms apply to JOHN I,. IIOWAKI. Florida Freight Agent foot Laura Street Jacksonville Fla.
S.C. BRADFORD Soliciting Agent 71 W. Hay St., Jacksonville, Fla.II. F. M. IKONMOMJKlt.!\ : Ir., Florida Passenger Agent 88 West Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla.
R. PRICK Gen. Agent. W. II. I.UCAS, Fla. Pass. Agent, M.t It Oil t 1414 II. CI4"IU-:, Assistant Traffic Manager, s Bowling Green, New York.
17"t Bay Street,Jacksonville. 77 West Bay Street,jackonvill \v. F. OtiDKN FAY, Traveling Passenger Agent 88 W. Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
R. L. WALKER Agent. C. G.ANDERSON Savannah AgentNew Til.KO.: (}. KOKIt: Traffic )Manager 5 Bowling Green New York.J. .
Her No. 35 North River l New York.CitExchange Building, Gi. .\. ltSJ.IISuperintenden': foot Laura Street Jacksonville Fla.
RICHARDSON & BARNARD.Agents Lewis' Wharf Boston.W. .
L. JAMBS. Agent it S. Third Street, Philadelphia. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Qen'l Agents,
J, D. HASUAUKN, Eastern Agent Sav.,, Fla. k Western Ry. Co., 261 Jacksonville l'hl1""h-"I" A Howling Or..n.. New York.
s nh n..l"w'Ir.411"" .
A. DeVV. SAMPSON General Agent, W. K. ARNOLD. Gen. Tray. Pas" AgU, Fli 1'1 -- -- -- --- --- --
Washington St., Boston. W II. RIIKTT. General Agent, TO ALL BUYERS
Tickets office. 317 Broadway. New York .
For apply to S. F. & W Railway 4
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i I1KRKAFTKR all fowls sent
BowkefsOrange ,r't: r l from my yards by express,
will I go at one-half the former
rates-a great saving to my customers
4 This by special ar-
i rangemmt.. s Is confined to
fowls from my'vards.
Grower. ,1 We are the largest breeder of
thoroughbred poultry In Florida.
'f Come and see our stock or send
,, for our illustrated catalogue and
price lilt of u varieties.:
until is i. n Poultry supplies of all kind
that holds it
FIRM\ FRUIT on Incubator and Brooders Shell
BRIGHT and Bone Mills, Clever Cutlers
; a strong, healthy, vigorous growth Wire Netting,Desiccated Fish and.a
; Boiled Blood and Bone to make
both tree and fruit are the results reported by large t 1 hens lay.

and experienced planters in Florida who arc using EGGS TO HATCH.E. .

this popular Fertilizer. It supplies to the tree at the W. AMSDEN,

form and in the Ormond, PI*
proper time, in the proper proper

proportions, all the elements to bring perfect, healthymaturity. _JOHN L.T MARVIN, -J.--P. TALIAFERRO,

I President. Vlco-Proaldont.

also Fertilizers, CAPITflli $100,000.
GROWER are special complete

carefully and scientifically compounded for the purposes THE MERCHANTS'' NATIONAL BANK

mentioned, and are extensively used in Florida. Bow- ,


combination for those requiring these ingredients. Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General

Chemicals at market rates. i Banking Business.

Send for Illustrated Catalogue, Free. --- -- -- -
John L. Marvin, A. B. Campbell,
Jas. P. Tallaferro, T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald,
W. D. Clarkson, C. B. Rogers, W. M. Davidson,
Dr. H. Robinson. John E. Hartrldge.THE .





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Having pushed i our business during the season of '92 and 9tt: beyond all competitors in this State, increasing our sales this season

moro than 500 per cent beyond the sales of any previous year, selling a majority of the largest and best known brands, and branching

our business out into Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western States, we are now arranging to vastly increase our handling and shipping

facilities, carrying a full stock of every description of fertilizer materials so as to fill all orders same day as received. To make this stock

complete wo have added Muriate( of 'ota.'flt-this( form of potash being the most universally used, being the cheapest kind per unit of pure

I polnsh> ]K| 0, and( for the majority of crops can bo used to decided ndva stage. Send for circulars giving full information, showing the

relative values of the different Potash Salts l per unit of puro Potash, J Ka 0, based on shipments f. o. b. Jacksonville. These comparative

analyses and valuations of the German Potash Salts have never before been published in this State and will be of g1'cnt'nlno to the Florida

J Farmer and F+ruit-Grower; they are based on the opinions of the German Syndicate and their authorized( representatives, therefore absolutely

impartial and of great benefit to all agriculturists. This sheet will be promptly mailed( to you by mentioning this paper and ad.



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103 Park Place, New York.,

Solicits shipments of Pineapples. Vegetables and all Florida Products. -



'8' I:. I.. OOODSHU. xo O 0 'gY CA1II'JON! ,Co01)SILL; &Co., 8
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Dock Strut OO 3 15 Phllpot Lane, C'.
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MANrKACTVRKRR OP Manufactured by the PRINTKU

.L nJ U3. ,4r 1 m_c.tIJ I 1 1:I l L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co., FRUIT WRAPPERS,

\ Oo Put up In packages or 1,000;every sheet numbered
consecutively i to|ooo.
-g a: Low Price Good Work. Full Count.

.o.. -aaa o II "WEEKS State Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.No. Montgomery St.,Jersey City N.J.
o H lloatwlrk Illork, Corner flay and :MHlii Strrrtu8rnil
Q w.aa W ,. cg for rockrt Mftnurniiilu Uno k. ? .

And Building Material.v I- BEACH & VALENTINE, I i FRUIT rom TREES

.C. I' lmer. I..1I. Rivenburjf A. \V Frwt.Htbli Write(or Catalogue and price list. ,
.heJ I*fiy. : '

Palmer, Rivenburg & Company,;:Pineapple Plants from the West Indies.! JENNINCS'Tthouia.vltle NURSERY. U.. CO.. ,.j.
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Successors to G. S. Palmer. I

Wholesale Fruit AM d! Traduce Commission I I Correspondence solicited. W E l L i M ACH'Y. .. ,.1..*Dltwlhw o.. !I
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Merchants. a.V r lilt 11",1.Start, ""... Pork, MELBOURNE. FLA. also,aicago,jheAmerkcanWeIIWokeAurorallt IL;Dalbu.'Tex.;SldAe7.N.S.w.. 1