Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00292
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Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title: Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title: Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: S. Powers
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 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: UF00055765:00292
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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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Vol. V. No. :33.l.V .


of the Well-Known, Reliable, Tenyears'testedGLEN ONE MILLION FRUIT TREES,

Will take R. R.fare from bill of treto all who will come to Nursery and purchase
SATSUMA ORANGES,hardy and early. OLIVES and APRICOTS. of double R. R. fare. CJoiuw; during& fruit ."""011. To those who cannot come will send amount
ItHARS.n kinds, immense stock. FIGS and MULHURRIHS.POMHGRANATKS. of fruit and cut roses on receipt of toe per kind to pay postage packing etc. Fruit
large aud
I'KACHKS 60 varieties, new and old. complete of varieties' adapted to Florida. Send for Samples, and know what to crop from
PMJMS. best Japan and native sorts. CAMPIIORTRKHS. trees you buy. Specialties: .' 1'erslmmonal'eachea. Pears and Grafted expect
JAI'AN PERSIMMONS,varieties all tested TEXAS UMI1RKLLA. I'rlce-list on application. Pomona Roses.
ORAPItS,good supply all leading kinds. GRKVILLUA. ROBUSTA. : Wholesale Nurseries.
1'HCANS, best Paper-Shell variety. .
WALNUTS. Knglish,Japan and California. CITRUS TRIFOLIATA.GRANDIFLORA. W. D. GRIPPING, Propt'letot'.
CIIHSTNUT8,Japan Mammoth. very fine. ROSH, 50 varldi l. .1''HIu.y, Pta.
We have oilier kind lots of --
*- them-write for what you want.
For five veara past tsimnlcs: of fruit have been Bent freo of we have ne
charge, on applica h DO YOU KNOW
and wnfbo ( l BiiV"jsSS} ECONOMIC
this year: but ourexi>crienco and information as to adaptability to % the Tropics nnd warm climnteaof the | I r
your locality is worth lunch more. Wo have discarded I from our own orchards ono ; nn KNOW/ that the scheme just broached by our llortlculUU -
variety of which we hip'tl] 400 bushels in 1887, and this is but ono of tho hun YOU turists was already lll/jjLin/
dreds of varieties k to(I. We have built our reputation on fine 8/ock omo { the in our times esta know ntl Some Florida people up to A LI 1 1 II U FACT
c: this and are quietly taking advantage of the
tAe 1
MY jIfl lft. Ex-Governor of Florida opportunity
writes: "They beauties of getting rare of
are and so ad plants us. We can supply Aloe Bamt>oo,Camphor, Cin
mirably {tacked as to shame a novice in the business, and! even many who pretend( hark namon Coffee. Ualbergia. Kscoecaris.".Gambojje,Hemp(Sisal!), Iron-
to be ex)*!rt8o" Jujube, Kola. Logwood, Mahogany. Nutmeg. Olive,Orange, Pepper,
Prompt' and careful attention to Quercus, Rice-paper, Strychnine,Tea, Upas, Vanilla l ax-roytttr, ylosSend -
cor pondcnco. Prices reasonable. Catalogue ma, Yucca, Zingiber plants and hundreds of other
t f free. Add news for our large catalogue,which tells all about it.IE4tSONER.
G. r,. TABE.l
Glen St. Mary, Fla. BI1{) ., Oiicco, Fla



now ready( to send out.

Wo re MI i ectfully solicit shipments of Finite and Vegetables. IT CONTAINS FORTY PAGES,

.CHICAGO i Wo are now making a specialty of Well illustrated, and has many) useful! directions for the gardeners -

LINEAIF'T'LEand of tho South. It will he sent free to all of our former customers( '

and to any others who apply.) .

Invite correspondence on Markets and Prospects. '

Kofurencet by itermiwion. M. Iven, Esq.: Jitcksonvillo; National Shoo H. .G. HASTINGS AND CO., SEEDSMEN, 'k,.
and leather Bunk, New York; the Volusia County Bank, PeLam. ), 1"16., and the
Cominenpal Loan. and Trust Co.,.Cbicago,159 l South Water St. II11e..loo1"l.: ..1, 11'10.
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SON & CO.,


a list and description"the Choicest and Most Profitable varieties 0'| the Citrus ,.
t Family which we have selected from over one hundred different varieties grown, and tested
: by us
----DKALKRS IN--- "
extensive of
our experience seventeen years. We carry one of _

Coal Grain Wines The Largest Stocks of Citrus Trees in '
Hay, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. tho United States. ,'

JA.CJ :HONVILLI a FLA. Send for circulars. Address R. W. PIERC.
-- ._. riunwrt HIM, Lake Co., Fla, ,.
ruici: LIST OF "'IIISI{ :\".

1'itrkfr...... ...............................1 7ft Martin: ltye..i. .............3 00 NURSERIES OF THEFlorida .
Orang" Valley.f........ :S 00 Virginia 1 (iladr* ............ ......... 4 00
Hltthll'' Vullry...... ..................... 2 5O I.) Jtoiirbon .............'........... .... .. 00 Milwaukee
Nnrlh Carolina :2 HO Kftiturky Sour :Mursli. .... ............ A OO Urarg.atralna CD.
tlirion Club ..... ............... )ltllhak..r ................... ......... A 00
Mont ruse Velrt............. .. *GOO .
Selected of Choicest Varieties ol' Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty. '
Jugs Kxtr: One gallon, sc.; two gallon!OC.; three gallon 7sc. Remit:Joy post office moncj Duddinf-Wood for sale at all
order,cheek or registered letterWe cannot ship C.O. D. to dry towns. Our !stock is large and complete. TO
A complete price list of Groceries, and Wine List .ent free on application For Catalogue aOMYTcAITit a
--- _. U ___ __ _, ___ __ ___ Dunedin.. P1n.


A full line of the J leading varieties of
Orange & Lemon Trees
But flatvq.nsl being greater than the supply we had to let our "Ad." take rest. Gin now at rockbottoroprices. t
M'_atefttil H.mi" ref good trees ; can also furnish a few thousand other best varieties' oo Address
short tHMfee,at ling prices. New I is the time to plant. Address '

ORLANDO, FLA. '. Oakland, Orange Co., Fla.4 .





!I SPRAY !i .

A good spraying outfit and a reliable Insecticide are as essential to successful orange growing as the harrow and fertilizors.Farmor .--
f1oritla and Fruit Grower.



It is the only Re1iable,

Surely effective and cheapest material offered for the destruction of insects. Its proper use will kill tho spider, rust mito, aloyrodes, anguil-
lula, Jno'in.sCJtlo and fungus growths. It is a sure remedy for tho "foot-rot" and tho:"blight of tho orange and the wilt of the pineapple.
It will not only prevent the oranges from rusting, but will greatly improvo the classification of tho fruit.
Spraying outfits in great variety at manufacturers' prices.
Correspondence solicited.


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Jacksonville Fla.




Is the most effective compound fet discovered for destroying the insects infesting the orange tree, and la a eeverein!

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

onous nature, it can be handled with perfect safety to the person, and applied to the trees at any stage of growth witheut

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

given perfect satisfaction. References furnished on application.For .

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

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

It is better and cheaper to use the Insecticide at full strength, viz.: One gallon of solution to So gallons of water, M. tka
fumes from the Insecticide will kill the Rust Mite even if the solution should not happen to' touch them. In using the

Insecticide at this strength: it will save three or four sprayings through the season, thereby reducing the cost from 088-

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

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

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

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

Spraying Apparatus furnished to our customers at

& MILLER San Mateo and Citra Fla.





The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.

The attention of shippers U directed to the Plant S.S.Lane between Havana. Key West and Tampa and South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford;8., F.& W. Ry.between Jacksonville
CiainenvUle Bainbridre River Junction and Savannah;Savannah and Charleston and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah Philadelphia, Boston and New York, and Merchants and Miners
rr n.p>rutoti! Cotnpiny between' Savannah and Baltimore. The best equipped, fastest and most prompt lines between all points in Florida and all!points North and Northwest.
Ilecrtvers and Shippers Will Profit by the Following Unparalleled Connections
Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup, Bainbridge and Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany Balnbridire,Jesup
Savannah. and Savannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville,Calla
Daily ft'freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Kastera. Interior and nan and Live Oak.
Coast rcil tet.. including New York Boston Philadelphia,Baltimore Washington and Providence. Pour ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company, sailing'from New
Four connections a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savannah York(New Pier 35 North River,)direct for Savannah Friday, Saturday, Monday and Wednesday.
Fridays Saturdays, Mondays and Wednesdays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston an. 5,ia, 17 and 36,
Two connections week for Baltimore Merchants and Miners' Transportation Company, Savannah direct making connection' on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains for ail point
leaving Savannah every Wednesday Saturday, in Florida.
Connections for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company leaving Savannah Jan. From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co..leaving Philadelphia Jan.t,ia,aa,every ten day
5, u, 19 and 36. from regular sailing day via New York to Savannah.Ounnectlonn .
.for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savannah From Baltimore via Merchants and )!Transportation Co., every Tuesday and Friday
Jan. 7 17 ana salt making close connection with S.,F.&W. Ry.,for all points in Florida.
Sailing days for Steamships are subject change without notice.
The Florida Dispatch Line It the quickest and best freight route:from all points North Bast and West to Florida. For full particulars, rates, stencils. and shipping
receipts apply to any agents of the above lines or to ,
O. IV OWKNS.Traffic Manager Savannah Ga. F. II. PAPY. Division Freight Agent.8avaunah Ga. W. 31. DAVIDSON* Oen'l Passenger Aft.,Jacksonville, FlaP
8. KNIGHT Contracting Freight Agent; Jacks tnvllle Fla. J. II. STEPHENS. Contracting. Agent, Jacksonville, Flo.

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tD.A. iT-GROWER fibre brush scrub the trunk and- -larger then steam.- -boiled in tubs and .added ure, comes from inferior stock.

limbs. This will drive the bugs to with to the which is nursery
rARMERYRO the sugar syrup, When you have found a good nurser-
fruit and small branches, or wheeled off to the boiling room, and man tie to him.

--. _. -.......... leaves. Don't kill one of your little in some seven minutes a ton and a Get all the catalogues and price
S. POWERS Publisher. friends, the bugs, or their half
young, of marmalade is
-. -- -- being emptied by lists can before
------ you ordering. Other
TERMS: OF SUHSCIt11'TIONV M those little porcupine-like larvae.Don't strong arms and big cans into thous- things being equal, the nearest nursery

For One Year .. ..u........................82.00 be afraid of work if you desireto ands of pots, tumblers, teapots custard is the best.
Per Six Month. ....................... ..... i.oo be rid of this kind of
In Foreign Countries ....................... 3.00 robbery.The glasses, butter dishes, jelly Beware of the apple tree from the
Subscriptions: ;in all| canes* cash in rust mite is comparatively easy moulds and some fifty other fancy nursery where "piece roots" are used.
advance. No discount allowed on one's to get rid out, and the sulphur solu. forms in which the middle.class house. The first.class into
own subscription(except in a club), but to tion will kill him; but one thing we keeper likes to be served. These I roots are cut pieces
all agents a lilwraf cash commission! will are to graft, and you do not want trees
should insist
l ho allowed on all subscriptions obtained on, that the solution fitted into trays which are piled on from these. The second-class roots

by thorn. Wclto for terms. should be made with genuine potashnot lorries, and are sent by lift to the next are grafted whole, and these do
5 copioH(and one copy free 0 mo's),$ 7.50 ball soda, or lime. Our groves floor where they are finished-that is not want. you

11" . . . . . . 12.50 don't need any more soda or lime.I to have the little
1 G" .. . . . . .. 15.00 now believe that the leaves say, brandy dipped The best grades are the cheapest.
Th(Ke may bo either new or old and and heading put in the neck, the vegeta. The best grades are best not because
may IMJ collected from any number of limbs absorb these minerals in solu- ble.parchment cover tied round the they are the biggest, but because they

1 poHtottices, if the remittance i is in a lump tion, and so the potash would seem to top, and the labels stuck on. Whenall have more vigor, as is shown by their
8U Ill. be the most healthy. this has been doe'
; by several size, than second grade of-the
To every new subscriber or club-miser Prof. Norman Robinson
tells me of hands, marmalade which
any spare
we will send, of Whit-
jratnaid a
ner'u "Gardening in Florida.copy; For two the Russian potash, to be had in has been spilled is washed off the jars, age.To keep borers from injuring peach

new subscribers, at $2.00 each we will6endpoti New York in five or six hundred. and they are wrapped and sealed in trees, dig about the trees now and

>aid, a copy of 31 oore'a"Orange pound casks, $%? cents to 6 cents per covers and sent away across the bridgeon then.

Culture.Kates of advertising on application pound.of This of is caustic and carbonate t__u trollies_ .. to be packed in the ware. Where ft hir.!Ji price is wanted.-- -7! small_n____
Remittances should l he made by check, potash 65 to 75 per cent. nouses. fruit packages do best.It .
postal note money order or registered strength, but whether it will do to The Agricultural Department has pays to work up a local market
letter to order of dissolve the sulphur he does not say. just issued a bulletin on the subjectof for what you have to sell.

r4J Mi:1t ,iA7 rnviT 0110 Wl:11. He states that the Pennsylvania peach yellows, prepared by Special The hoe is the most expensive tool

Jacksonville, Fla. Chemical Works furnish a purified Agent Irwin F. Smith. It embodiesthe on the farm. The horse cultivatorthe
caustic potash in ten-pound blocks results of four
years' experiments cheapest. Jun PIERCE.
Qrove and OlfCIt alfd. put up in tin, at 20 cents, retail. I with fertilizers to determine their Spring Hill, Mobile Co., Ala.,Aug. I, '93.

.......... WM. P. NEELD. value as preventives and cures of the .. ..
Mr. Van Deman's Advloo.- -...- disease. The experiments were made Kainlt for Orange Trcos.

It is much to be regretted that Mr. Making Orantro Marmalado. in the Middle States and Dr. Smith editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:

II. E. Van Deman, the vigilant and One large concern in London is says he is satisfied that peach yellows. In regard to the use of kainit on

able U. S. Pomologist, has to retire discribed by a writer in an English cannot be prevented or cured by fertilization orange groves I feel sure from practical

from office at the demand of political paper as follows: of the soil, and he therefore experience that it will do the trees
reccommends that further experiments no harm. When my trees were three
necessity. In a recent article he "The factory alone employs 131

gives the following bright hints to clerks-. ..tfi. travelers... 1.600. hands. and be abandoned. years old from planting they were five-
fruit : turns out ----r ---- year-old buds and at that time I ap
growers annually just 10,000 tons of
When we think of it there is jams, marmalade, pepper and confectionery Somo Fruit Scraps: plied about three quarts to each tree
nothing the human system needs and -to say nothing of thousandsof Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: scattered from within sixteen
inches of the
craves so much as good water. If it other articles in similar proportions.The Klberta peach trees should not beheaded tree beyond the branches.
is inside beautifully tinted wrappersthe making of marmalade is a too low. Four feet is low I was done in March and the trees
did .
skins of strawberries, peaches, pretty operation. These makers im enough for the bottom limbs. The have splendidly and I am satisfied there
plums, pears, apples, oranges, lemons, port their own bitter oranges direct Elberta is readily brought to the Mr. Wilke no evil effects from its use.
&c., combined with nutritious food from Seville, and into their factory i "ball on a stick" form, and thenas his plan laid right; in

and healthful acids, it is the more are brought enough oranges to buildan the tree grows the branches droop. giving his trees fifteen pounds each of

relished. Think of the price we pay edifice as big as St. Paul's. Let Some peach trees-the St. John, for Value.Little Bros. Orange Planters' True

for what is little else than water us follow the course of an orange.It instance-have a more upward tendency .
colored and flavored by nature so as is unrolled from its paper capsuleand of branch, and so can be I The best 1 plan to rid trees of woodlice

to be pleasing to the eye and the carefully inspected to see that it headed lower. i or white ants is to clean the soil
well from
palate. is perfectly sound. It is then put ina Ys in the orchard are not wise. A around the collar of the tree,
use the knife to cut out all loose barkas
"To the fruit grower let me give box which finds it way to another forked tree cannot carry much load.
deep have
as they worked and kill
encouragement to go on supplying the department where the small black I Do not let the Le Conte and Kieffer with the
fingers that
every one can be
public demand. Try to make your spot is removed. perfectly clean it pear trees run up long bare branches seen. Do this two three times
fruit as large and luscious as possibleand is dropped into one basket; if dirt). skyward or you will be unhappy when few days and the a

be assured that it will be appreciated into another, which goes to a new department there is fruit to gather in the moon's will carry apart off the dead ones common and then ants

and in most cases well paid for. .to .be washed. It then neighborhood. :ltt:1rlr th.pw....... ...... PPnnno Ii..... ..._... .._,I
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Keep your land as rich as possibleand comes under the care oi a gin whose Fruit trees and vines need as are rid of the 1115 A illiU

you will thus produce fruit at the sole occupation is to cut in half and thorough cultivation as eorn. A cultivator you kerosene emulsion pest. will good
strong also
least cost. The most expensive fruitto drop it in a basket, which is placed. that runs not deep but often is destroy them after the first

the grower is the poorerst he before a woman who sits in front of a I the proper tool. Neither cultivatornor above. GEO. WILLICOMBE operationas
raises." little wooden cupboard in which ,
plow has business down
De Leon
Springs Volusia Co. Ha.Voffotativo .
This is correct in all points exceptas spins, at the'rate of 1,500 revolutionsa among the roots. ,. ,

relating to the orange. In this fruit minute, a wooden rose. The half Tree and vine rows should be Forco and Reproductive -

the medium size is the better seller.Insects orange is placed against the rose, and straight, otherwise horse cultivation is I i Force.

---r. .....- in a second the pulp and juice have injurious to both temper and trees. It is to be remembered that what is

Again. disappeared, and nothing but a clean To get the rows straight lay out the known as the vegetative (force in

meter I Farmer and Fruit-Grower c.10.. of .oeel 1 remains___ in n the_.._ nn_.___r.-itnr's____ 61VUUU n..nu...... .nUll..:.1... ..,. .Wile..:__ ur_ :_Hung-SIaKCS a_:__ _.._I_ _, is in antagonism to what is known nlants as
noticed that on some lands hand. never. the
reproductive force-and it is .
the scale-first one kind then another This is put in a basket with hun When a tree from the nursery is set after the vegetative force generally has

-seems to be especially troublesome, dreds of others. They are folded in in the orchard, be not in too much been in some respects checked that

and to be eternally vigilant. But fours so as to resemble a half.blown haste to form a head. The leaves are the reproductive forces have a chanceof

generally; speaking, there is a life per India rubber ball, and thrust into a the lungs of the tree, and let all the showing much energy. For this

iod, it may last through many generations hopper in another machine, where leaves grow that will. reason it is the custom of many, when

but after a year or two they sharp circular knives spin round and Keep ants, grasshoppers and aph they wish to bring into bearing trees
peter out. Once they have a foothold cut them into innumerable
rings which ides off the young trees and vines. which show a great propensity for
it is hard to rout them, but persistent drop into a drawer beneath. While Plant only standard varietfes that growth rather than
to dig
spraying with kerosene emulsion will this is going on, the pulp and juice have been tested in your neighborhood around them, and in that cut off
clean them out after a while. The have been into another
put machine for 'fruit. Plant novelties for experience some of the roots, which lessens their
ladvbug will :all the while largely which throws off the pips and pulp only. power of nutrition, and this generally

assist in this work but you must go and sends the boiled juice into a largevat. Much[ of the failures and the partial throws them into a bearing condition
into the grove and with a palmetto- The! thin slit of
rings peel are success, which is worse than fail- in a year or two. Others carry out





the same object by comparatively stable would doubtless be a good THE: -

starving the trees, that is, shortening thing to use. While being distastefulto
the supply of top dressing; but root the borer it would stimulate the S. B. HUBBARD COMPANY

pruning is the method generally em trees. Where it is impossible to ap .
ployed. In one sense it is all the ply these possible preventives, and
better for trees to grow vigorously and even where they are applied, the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
to be a rather long time in cominginto trees should be looked over twice a
bearing, because such trees have year. It takes but little time, and HARDWARE AND STOVES,
long and fruitful lives, while makes the case sure. With a garden j
those which come into bearing earlyin trowel knife and a bit of wire, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH.
their existence are usually short. a man can get through with a good- tlA'v 1'IILL SUI.'J.-'L"I1tH.

lived, and are much more subject to sized orchard in a day, when the work We are State Wo Have

disease than those which grow healthily has been well done. .the year before. Agents One and Twoe HORSE h HAY ,RAKES
along for several years. The cultivator < Horse
Shallow-Rooted Treos Short Lived. a In stock
must judge a little for himself in
If we notice the short lived trees BUCKEYEMOWERS S and 6 /rrl tread.r .
times healthytree
this matte" Some a very
can a little of its vegetative like the cottonwood, boxelder, quak The 6 foot Is suitable
spare 1 ..
ash and basswood will observe for In
serious ing we use
vigor without any injurythenone k r
may root prune; but unless the that they are only supplied with sur .1 romjtfrf ntnrlt of ORANGE GROVES.
and something face roots, while the ash, oak, hard J/oirrr and
vigor is extraordinary /{ r ilnt oti Land at \\Y rite for Prices.WE .
maple walnut and ironwood have a :
unusual, the best method is to allow factory 1'rlffi.
the trees to come into the reproductive tap root. By root grafting the ap CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF THE FAMOUS

stage naturally, and without aid pIe tree Northern nurserymen depriveit T E XAS: RANGE PLO'VS,"
from art.-Green's Fruit Grower. of the tap root which makes it a A Full I.",,, of Repairs for /1",,,*.
-- --- .- long lived tree, and give it a mass of Acme Orange Grove and Two-Horse Pulverizing Harrows, the Boy
Fruit Troo Borors. roots which; spread far out of the. Dixie Cast Plows, and a full line of Farm and Agricultural Implementof
Healthy trees resist to a great extent shade of the} ; limbs so near the surfaceas all descriptions. Agents for the Planet Jr. Horse and Hand Tools, sold
the inroads of insects, but when to be injured by drouth or continued at factory prices. Send for catalogues.
for any reason the trees become weak wet, either condition causing I
ened by hard winters or other causes blight or sun scald, as well as many .
borers get into them and their complete barren trees, which otherwise would
I destruction is soon effected unless each alternate year be loaded with fine
constant attention is given to fruit

them, remarks the Western Rural. Orange trees growing in the dense
Thomas Meehan, a well.k flown soil of the flat woods have. no tap roots, .
horticulturist, says : Twice a year, in nothing but a thin pan cake of laterals -
June and September, borers in fruit only a few inches in depth, and
trees should be looked for. This is such trees will be necessarily shorter. .

the proper practice, and if faithfully lived than those in more permeablesoil.
done no one need lose trees through Plowing will drive the roots 1i
damage the borer may do. The borer down and it might seem, on the above
comes from eggs laid in the ground view, that this would make the trees

close to the bark of the tree in July longer lived. But this would be at .U__&1 ., '
and August. When hatched the grub the expense of sweetness in the fruit, i\... _...-= H_
bores into the bark of the tree, mak and a short but profitable life is now lJl. -
;'i 'I' 7 "- -' : -
ing a track of sawdust as it goes, getting to be the motto with the fruit A: r-

which indicates where to search for it. grower hardly less than it is with thestockbreeder PLANET JH. HOUSE HOE WITH LEVER AND LEVER WIIEXU
In September, and later, the search who finds his highest --- --- .

should be kept up, so as to dislodgeit profit in pig pork, baby beef. and hothouse MACHINERYBOTH
as its work commences.Vhen mutton lambs. IRRIGATING
borers are overlooked in the fall it POWER.
makes a deal of( work in. the spring. !. Not An Ago of Reason. STEAM,
If their boring were straight it would Editor I'armer and Fruit Grower Carry a stock of Steam Pumps, Boilers

make but little trouble, as with a stiff If it was we would insist on the Wrought and Galvanized Pipe, Valves.
wire and knife they could be dislodged State's attorneys, in the absence of a I Hose Etc. Estimates furnishedfor
; but any one who has huntedfor Railroad Commission, being delegatedand Fittings, ,
all Plants put in complete and guaranteed -
them will know how tortuousis empowered to investigate
i their! path. In fact it is impossible claims of our shippers or receivers satisfactory Hand Spraying

to get them out then, and against the corporations. We can't t Pumps of every description. Send for

when this happens, young trees contend with them through the courts Catalogue of How and When to Spray."
become so honeycombed that they except in cases involving considerablesums. __
blow over and break off where they Shall we produce more orangesor r Nozzles, Pipe, etc., made to order in our

have been bored. With a going over live on potatoes and peas to make machine shop.
in spring to see if evidence exists of up for what we lose? or shall we go
any having been overlooked in the to work to secure a larger share in
fall, none should escape. Where it is what we have already made? What
possible to keep the earth moundedan shall we doto be saved?
trunks doing WM. P. NKEI.II.: 1 .
inch or two about the .....-.... ----- -
it in spring, it is a good plan. The Mariana: and k
pear grape growers
the bark as a rule
The grubs enter
complain bitterly of their returns.A -.
an inch or two below the ground, so will teach
few years' experience .
the earth a little &
that by hoeing away
them how to cull and pack better. -
when the time comes to look for

them,they can be got at with more ,
ease than if the work was below the CONSUMPTIONSURELY

surface.In .
regard to preventing the borer, CURED.To .
TIlE EDITOU-Please inform your road
there is but little doubt that strong era that I have a positivo remedy for tho
washes in the soil about the trunk is above named disease. By its timely use AGENTS FOR
distasteful to them. It is a (fact that thousands of hopeless canes have been per. I Iilto'I4ES' S E.t.i uL Pu IIS.
I shall be glad to send I
in country farm house yards, where bottles of free to of All Letter Answered the IJAT they nit Ih("tI".d.!
two remedy any
my your
dishwater from the kitchen finds its readers who hare consumption if they will COMPANY
way to quince, peach, apple, and other send me their express and post office address. THE S. B. ,
trees visited by borers, they arc rarely Hefipectfally, T. A. Slocura, H.O., FLA.
molested by them. Urine from the No. 1831)earlStreet,New York. JACKSONVILLE. .




. Green and Dead Manure. the grounds that the green pea vines tains of Polk cqunty. This is the

The following, which is clipped were harmful, end the dead ones beneficial The I Fine r'}', more unfortunate, as Mr.[ Aspinwall,
from a North Carolina letter in the to the soil. being a real estate agent, is open to
Country Gentleman, tallies with the tdlt..l by JOHN It. IlK.\CIIMt: >U>oiirnr, the suspicion of personal motives in
experience of Florida growers : Grape Culture on Hammocks. Fin.Mealy his delineation of the belt; but aside
Nine years ago I bought and planted I It is the theory that grapes succeed from this, which he intends to rectify
in strawberries three lots of about best in Florida on high, sandy land Bugs. in his next edition, I can thoroughly
an acre and a half each. Although but Mr. C. II. Helme's vineyard in Mr. R. H. Burr mentions his experience endorse the work.It .
the low hammock land at Daytona with in Polk .
adjoining each other the soil was mealy bugs county.I a a
dissimilar. One lot was a blackish very clearly proves that they can be grown will give our experience on the east Will Kill Cutworms.
loam, having once been one with great success on that quality of coast. We have had the mealy bug Some time ago we published a rem-
was decidedly sandy, and swampy the other; soil. Mr. Helme's land s a mixtureof ever since we have grown any pines edy for cutworms used by an AUstralian
inclining to red clay. All were in sand, marl and humus, and is un and find that it follows the same rulesas horticnlturist. It was reproducedin
good tilth and fairly fertile. The derlaid with a bed of marl to which do other scales which infest the the columns of the California Fruit
strawberries being in matted the roots penetrate. His land was oranges. So long as the plant can be Grower and.was tried by Mr. RusselC.
rows and thinned out grown after bearing, prepared and the vines planted in an kept in vigorous growth the scale will Allen, general manager of the
there was a great deal of abandoned orange rove fourteen decrease and do no practical harm, Sweetwater Fruit company of Na-
tation to plow under about green the vege-first months since. The t vines new cover but anything occurring to check the tional City, who thus gives his experience
the wires from end end of will allow the
thickly to growth bug to get a :
of June. In addition to this the lots
the row. He has twelve hundred "In regard to killing cutworms in
were planted in third start.When
and the vines turned peas every under just year as vines on two acres of land, all of the plants are very badly infestedso the vineyards, I tried the remedy advised ..
the began to form well. Lime White Niagara variety. At a little as to induce the ants to commence in your columns by an Australian
phosphate peas at Sio a ton was used as over one year from the planting of the interment the best plan is to dig them vine'ardist-namely bran and
a topdressing for So the strawberries- vines, he has gathered and shipped up and cut off the roots and lower Paris green. I mixed three or four
1,000 pounds to an acre. About 200 about six hundred pounds of grapes. part of plant, remove leaves and scrape pounds of Paris green with a sack of
pounds of kainit and five The bunches as a rule were compactand off bugs, dip in strong sulphur wash bran dry and when thoroughly mixed
seventy well shouldered and the berries and solution is moistened it and
pounds of nitrate soda or poundsof replant. Sulp ur an scattered a little
cottonseed meal was 150 thor- large. excellent remedy used in time as a about each vine. After dark I examined
oughly mixed with the Mr. F. W. (;reen also has a small preventive; and better still is "sheep with a lantern and found the
lime phosphate.Now ,000 poundsof i. vineyard in the hammock land of wash" applied in the crude and per- worms feeding on the bran but none
about one acre, on which are two manent form, by filling the axils of on the vines. A day or two finished
for the results which, to me, hundred and thirty-four vines sixteen leaves with tobacco dust and allowing them all up. This is a quick and per-
seem almost conclusive for this cli- months old, Niagaras. The balanceof it to trickle continually down on the fect cure, cheap and easily applied. I
mate and on soils similar to mine, the is in Delawares
acre planted bugs. am much indebted to your columns for
which in their diversity include practically Niagaras, Concords and Eatons. Plenty of water is the remedy usedin the suggestion."
all the soils of the country. These vines but four months old .
are English pineries, as a very long- -*
Beginning with the second year there and the Delawares, especially, have protracted rainy spell will drown most The Useful Skunk.
has been a gradual deterioration in made a wonderful growth, while all of them out.Ve have never seen The true usefulness of the skunk is
the strawberry crop. The plants died are doing well.-Daytona Journal. scale on pine plants here, that is any fast becoming understood. It is in
worse. crew off slower and throve less ---.- -s- of that branch of the family, the the young corn that it may be learned.
generally l with each succeeding year. A Cure for Foot-Rot. diaspime, to which the term is com When this quiet animal, intent upon
In the crops of pea-vmes I could see ICditor Farmer and Fruit Grower: manly confined. The third subfamily business and the pursuit of cutworms,
but little deterioration. For the pea, I .notice a piece in your paper of of this group, ti.e coccimt, comes out in the gloaming, when the
though somewhat delicate in the start, this date about foot-rot, from M. Wil- contains the mealy bug. The first sun sinks low and the injurious worms
when once started is with us able to ke. family are protected by armor plates, begin to feed and cut the corn, the
overcome all drawbacks. Yet I no- I have cured a great many trees of the second, loaning, by wax, while skunk, holding his head down to the
ticed that the second crop grown on foot-rot. It is very easy and very sim the third, which includes the mealy ground, walks slowly listening intently
the land came up worse and grew off pIe. Mix sulphurous acid and water, bug, have both; so he is emphaticallya at each plant, and, hearing the
slower than the first and "the second, equal parts, then remove the earth bad customer to deal with. movements of the worm, he digs it
and worse than the third. from the roots of the trees and give out with his snout and quickly swallows
The third crop of pea-vines was the roots a good washing with the Pineapplo Queries. it. Although a first-quality
grown last year. For several rea sons mixture ; then sprinkle flour sulphuron Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower : skunk's skin is worth more than a dollar
they were not turned under as formerly. the roots and ground. Do this Will you please advise me of some it will not pay a farmer to take it.
At first it was too dry ; then, fora twice a year, spring and fall, leave good work on pineapple culture, stating These animals are worth more money
few days it was too wet. Finally I roots exposed to the air and sun. where same can be had and price; alive.
decided to make a test and try to discover C. M. HEV AN. also where best pineapple lands lie ---e r -
which was the best method- St. Johuft County. "iOranges in Florida and price of cleared and The Manatee orange growers helda
green or dry manuring. I was led to vs. Soap. unimproved lands; and what pineap meeting July 29 and passed resolu
this stq by having noticed that an- The housewives in Florida have pies generally sell for at wholesale; tions favoring the selling of the cropon
other very rich lot, on which the pea- found a new use for : They 'and time for them to mature from the trees at $1 a box, between Oc-
vines had always grown too rank to scrub the floors with oranges.them. Go into slips, also price of suckers and best tober 15 and December 15. and car
admit a plow, had steadily improved.So almost town in the paying varieties to grow, also time of nestly recommending that all fruit not
last year's crop of pea vines was ing districts any and you orange will see grow-the planting?, and greatly oblige, thus sold should be shipped throughthe
allowed to die and decay where they S. F. SEASHOLTZ.Itoyertown : Fruit Exchange.
women using the wild, sour fruit exactly
fell, the peas being gathered when I'a.Mr. .
as our housekeepers use
dry. In March the now decayed They cut the in halves soap.and John Aspinwall, of Eau Gallie, How's This I
vines were plowed under, and the rub the flat exposed' oranges pulp on the floor. has published a brief treatise on pine We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
land listed and planted in strawberries The acid in the doubtless does culture which, so far as it goes, is a for any case of Catarrh that cannot
without any fertilizer. The sea the cleansing, but oranges at rate the very good and reliable guide to a !, be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
son is now far enoogh advanced for boards are as white as snow after the novice. A more complete and full F. J. CIIKNEY: : &'Co, Toledo, O.
me to begin to compare results. The application. It is thought that lemons treatment of the subject has appearedin We, the undersigned, have knownF.
strawberry plants grew off finely, and, would be better than for these columns, but for general in J. Cheney for the last fifteen years,
excepting damage from cutworms, a this because of the additional formation would refer all to Mr. As and believe himperfectly honorable in
pest which has this year ravaged acidity.purpose pinwall's book. lie mails it post- all business transactions and financiallyable
crops of all kinds, they are better paid on receipt of 10 cts. There is to carry out any obligations made
than since the first season, nine years One of the oldest groves in Riverside one point in which this work is per- by their firm.
planted about half in Navels haps a little onesided, and to rectify West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
ago.Now, had the lots this year been and half in seedlings, containing five which, as well as to go more into detail Toledo, O.
planted in anything else with good acres, received $:0 worth of bone Mr. A. intends soon to issue a Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale -
results, the presumption might be meal and $174.50 worth of fertilizer ; revised editio.n. In his ''pineapplebelt" Druggists, Toledo, O.
that they had been kept too long in total, $194.50, or $38.90 per acre, or he includes only a strip alongthe Hall' Catarrh Cure is taken inter.
the same crop, and that the improvement about one ion of good commercial East Coast, leaving out in the frost nally, acting directly upon the blood
was largely due to the change.But fertilizer per acre. The net income and cold the pinapple island which and mucous surfaces of the system.
as it is, I kno.v not how to account from the five acres was $1,240, or 1.r.v.[ E. Pabor and others have recently Testimonials sent free. Price 750. per
for the improvement except on $248 per acre. discovered over in the moun I bottle. Sold by all druggists.



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]' I -ffjto} 7'RtJCIE1ZStrawberry ( arden trowel, with a ball of earth as individual, decides as to the cleanliness
garge as one's fist on each. This pro. Dairy, or filthiness of each individual
Planting. cess is slow, but it is sure, and the dairy. A subterranean dairy, such as

Hdkor Farmer and Prult Grower: plants get a much quicker and strong. Dairying in Hot Climates. described in our article, is, when
Can you or some of your readers: er start so that it pays in many ways.If Editor: Farmer and Fruit Grower: properly cared for by a dairyman or
give me some information through the plants have to transported some It seems that E. T. (why don't he woman who realizes the importanceof
distance, they will have to be set absolute
the culture cleanliness in all dairy
your valuable: paper regarding give his full name), of Tallahassee,
of strawberries. without earth, In this case set none Fla., has chosen to call in questionfacts operations, as absolutely free (from
I. What is the best variety for before four o'clock p. m. It will pay stated in our article oh "Dairy "mold, cheesiness and rancidity" as
to give extra wages and bring lanternsto is dairy above ground.As .
South Florida? ing in Hot Climates," published in any
distance continue the work until nine to "closeness," E. '1'. shows his
2. What is the right to Texas Farm and Ranch, and
o'clock m., rather than to set themin repro- entire
p. ignorance of the subject
set out ? duced in the FAUMER AND FRUIT by
3. When is the right time to set the forenoon if you could get the GROWER. For the benefit of our claiming that we: have "left no place
? work done for nothing. for ventilation. Truly, it is *one
out friend E. T. would that
we say we
4. Which is the best for them, low !, Set very firm, pack the earth solid must "acknowledge the corn," and thing to read and quite another thingto
hammock or low pine land? around the roots so that a plant pulled admit that we "thought it out sittingat understand what one reads. If a
J. T. STEWART. by a leaf will not come up. He careful our desk." Where else would we house 6 x 4"!', feet and 6 feet high
IJanyao, Indian River, Fla.i. to leave no air-holes in the ground have thought it out? And how wouldit above the surface does not afford sufficient .
Noonan Improved Wilson. around the roots; pack the earth to have benefited the farmers of ventilation for a hole lOX IS
Some of our South Florida subscribers the bottom of the hole. the Sunny South and the South I feet, then what would it take to insure
...... great i
report excellent results with the ---- -- west had we not committed those a sufficiency ?
Sharpless, but how it will do as a aavo tho Food. same thoughts to paper and sent it The objects in view in using a sub
long-distance shipper we are not in Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: broadcast from Florida to California ? terranean dairy are twofold, viz: to
formed. Of course, this is the most The general failure of the hay crop Yes, friend '1'., we thought it out, and exclude all external (heated) air, and
important point to be considered. in Europe, and the quotations of while sitting at our (obnoxious to E. to prevent the rays of the sun from
2. For' horse culture, 30x15 inches; from $30 to $50 a ton in the French T.) desk we dotted those thoughts striking through the covering or roof
for hand culture, 18x15. On very and other markets, indicate that the down for the benefit: of those who had and thereby heating: up the interior;
rich land the latter distances mightbe export from this country will be heavythe never: seen them and knew nothing of in short, to keep up during the heated
increased to 18x20. coming winter, and that the price their proper construction (we class E. term of our long, hot and dry summers .
3. The sooner the better now. Floridians will pay for hay shipped T. among the latter, and propose to as low and even a temperatureas
Large; strong plants will cover and from the North will be unusually high.It prove that that is the class! he belongsto possible. This is the object and
protect their fruit from frost next is therefore wisdom to save every before we get through). our friend E. T. seems to be utterly
spring, while on thin-foliaged plantsit pound of fodder that can be secured Why does Mr. E. T. condemn that ignorant of the very first principlesas
will be frozen. I during the remainder of the season, which is really good unless he can to how to attain this important and
4. Probably low hammock if very 'be it crab grass, beggar weed pea substitute it with a betterVe essential result.In .
thoroughly drained,otherwise low pine vines or other Florida product that "thought it out," and dotted it down, place of my four to six feet of
would be best. The strawberry plant will be a substitute for Northern hay. friend T., after: digging with our own dirt between "Old Sol" and the
requires plenty of water, but not stand. Pea vines may be properly cured by hands not less than twenty-four of interior of the dairy, he has a gable
ing water. If your land is low and making little stacks of them, arounda these "holes in the ground," where roof extending (four feet above the
heavy, make it up into beds about pole stuck in the ground, six or "even a toad wouldn't live," each surface, (No wonder the first big
ten feet wide and with water furrows eight feet high. The stack can be 3 and all of which, to our certain May rain washed the heat down and
about ten inches deep between them. or A feet in diameter and as high as knowledge. were.. and are at this... made the place steamy.) Not satisfied
-- -- -
--- -- --
Plow deep with a. two-horse plow the pole, and topped with crab or wire date (July' 25th, A. D. 1893)) an with a gable roof to" intercept the intense -
(the Hammock Plow advertised in our grass, that will shed the rain. In abundant success. Never having rays of "Old Sol" in their f
columns is a good one for strawberryland this way pea vines can be cured been interested in toad raising, their downward progress and to absorb the
), cut up thoroughly with a wheelor whether the weather be (fair or not, absence in all the subterranean dairies maximum of caloric, he must needs
spading harrow, then level off with and every ton so gathered will be a with which we have been acquainted have a window in each gable. As
the plank drag. This is made by saving of $20 to $30 to the Florida has never occasioned the stated above, the object of an underground .
laying two.inch plank, each one lapping farmer, who ought not, and need not, least:: bit of concern or inconvenience; dairy is to prevent the cold
a little over the other, weather. pay a dollar's tribute to the North for in fact, the absence of crack or crevice air of the interior of the dairy from
board fashion, and fastening with coarse feed. whereby they could obtain accessto contact or admixture with the heatedair
cleats. Get on it and drive. It is If it was for once understood that the interior has forced them to live on the outside, The only way in
the best tool the farmer can use lor no fodder could be procured from any on the outside.As which this can be done is to excludeas
leveling and pulverizing rough land.It other source, Florida would produceall to becoming foul the same objection ( far as lies in our power) all exteri.
grinds lumps to pieces where the that she required, and the scarcitythe would hold good with dairies or heated air. Our friend E. T., on
roller often simply) presses them down.It coming winter will be a good les above ground. We have seen filthy tne contrary, kept his windows opened
carries before it a quantity of mel son. Fortunate will be those who dairies above ground and have like. evenings (the coolest portion of the
low earth, filling up the low places at make the most of what they have, wise seen even privies so spotlesslyclean day)) ; this was before the rainy season
the same time time that it knocks ofT and are not dependent upon the rail as to be completely and entirely set in. After the rain he kept ths
the tops of ridges and knobs.If way companies' extortionate charges, I free from any objectionable odor. windows open all day. Is it any
your plants are close at hand, it plus the high prices of hay the coming The care taken of dairies, either sub- wonder that the gentleman's plan wae
will. pay you to take them up with a winter. GEO. W. HASTINGS. terranean or above ground by each a most miserable failure? *; '

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The great wonder was that he ever The great trouble is that the cattle are iii I: was going to experiment in the
succeeded in getting the temperature not kept free from the pests. The Langshan Minorca cross I would select Good alpha
down to 78 Fahrenheit with the windows old manner of killing the ticks by the a Langshan cock with a rose comb,

open every evening. E. T. application of kerosene, sulphur, or they often sport in that way. I had
says, alluding to our article, "These tobacco requires more time than the one last year and have one this year, Timely Knowledge.
half baked articles are as harmful as average stock raiser can give, and and have heard of others, even Ready knowledge was illustratedin
they are numerous." when the ticks are destroyed in this pullets matched from eggs from pure a telling manner a few days ago,
Dear Friend T., our dairy, like our way it is but a short time before theyare Langshan stock showing rose combs.A when the little daughter of a physician
article is but half cooked ; we would again abundant. The method of breeder in Kentuckey succeeded in in a country town swallowedsome
prevent even this "half cooking" didit combating the ticks practiced by this producing a rose comb, black Minorca oxalic acid, supposing it to be
but lie in our power but unfortunately station is by feeding sulphur with the facsimile to the original single comb.I citrate of magnesia. The father,
Old Sol was one too many for salt. A covered trough is made in look for them to supercede the thinking that lime would be the"
us. These underground dairies are one corner of the pasture, and in this single comb by and by. As Mr. proper antidote and not having any
not ice itself, but they're the next is kept a quantity of sulphur and salt, Boyer remarked on reading a two on hand, scraped some with his knife
thing to it; while you, your article and about half and half. When the supply column article on combs. "Now, of from a newly whitewashed wall,
your dairy are all "done up brown," is nearly exhausted the trough is all the useless things a comb comes threw it into water and poured it
cooked to a crisp. Very dear friend, refilled, and thus the cattle can get it first. And yet it seems to be the down the child's throat, thus saving
our sympathies are with youbut at this whenever they may wish. Some most important part of a fowl from a her life, where a moment's delay
distance all we can do is to condole, claim this will cause rheumatism standard point of view. Anyone can would have been fatal. 'This circumstance C

to commiserate and to advise. For during wet weather, but no such re- discern rose from a single comb, evena affords a hint worth remembering. .

your "moldy, cheesy and rancid" suits have ever been noticed, and blind man can. One might as well ______ .. __
dairy we would recommend more care when thus given: the sulphur will keep write a two column article on how to Longevity. i
and greater cleanliness in future. For the cattle free from the ticks." discern a full rigged ship from a plateof Mr. \V. Kinear
writing on the subject
the "closeness and steaminess" and This is certainly an easy method of mock turtle soup." All because of in
longevity the North Ameri
high temperature generally, we would keeping cattle free from ticks. Sul- the standard requires so and so. Review
say, down with that fancy roof, that phur is eliminated from the body I sold some Brown Leghorn stock to can the rational, says: "Hence to sum up,
most modes of
caloric generator and those pretty through the skin, and hence is very a man in South Florida. After re keeping
sashes; and put plain dirt, lots of it, largely used in all skin diseases. In ceiving them he wrote that they were and physical thus decay retarding or deterioration the at bay of,
on in lieu of it; and above all, don't, this manner it reaches the ticks better not a pure breed because the cock did. old approach
age, are avoiding all foods rich in
please don't try to tear down other when given internally, than it wouldin not have five points to his comb, and the earth salts, using much fruit
peoples' work unless you could and an external application. all he wanted the stock for was homeuse. especially -
juicy, uncooked apples and
would put up a better job yourself.G. He probably had never seen by taking daily two or three tumbler-,
H. TURNER.: the standard but picked up some fuls of distilled
Poultry.: : water with about ten
Denmark, MM.!
newspaper squib in which it
or of diluted
i drops
.- ........ stated that a Brown Leghorn cock in each glassful."

Lh'etoc1 Edited by E. W. AMSDEN--,.Ormood......... Fla.-' should have five points to his comb. ..-,....-_.__..__
\. Crosses and Pure Broods. He did not stop to consider that a Toothache.

The following we clip from the August bird that would score 92 to 94 points Toothache perhaps numbers as

Sheep for Florida. ; number of Poultry Keeper, on would sell for more than he paid for many victims as headache, and is
Itditor Partner and Fruit Grower: the subject of crosses. The associate the pen he bought. A standard birdis looked upon as quite the type of
1. Have Merino sheep ever been editor, M. K. Boyer, has always one that is not disqualified. It severe and wearying pain. Attentionto
tried in the pine lands of peninsular rode this hobby of his, and has may not score more than 85 points, clean the teeth, care not to use
Florida, and with what result? I f written column after column on the and the value as an exhibition bird them as universal tools for cracking

Merinos were not successful, have subject. What he says is not theory i depends on the number above 90 nuts and biting of threads, and so
other sheep been a profitable investment but from his own experiments : points it will score. chipping the enamel and inviting decay
here, and if so what kind of As I am situated it is impossible for Exhibition birds however do not are good preventives of toothache.
sheep were they? me to experiment; hatching chicks by always make the best breeder; as It is also wise to go to the dentist betimes .
2. Could you give me names and incubators, it would be running a breeders a pen may be worth as and have hollow teeth stopped.A .
risk for often the resembles the much again as 1st prize winners.E. digestion
locations of successful sheep raisers in cross good and avoidance of
peninsular Florida where, perhaps, a pure breeds so closely that an expert W. A. unwholesome food are great helps to
few sheep of good stock, snitable for cannot tell them apart. If eggs from Ormond, 7 31 93.. preserving the teeth. Toothacne is a
this section, could be bought? the cross were used they would revert -----... -- --- sure indication that the nervous system
R. M. WILKE. back to the original, and we The Incubator. is a little "off"-nervous prOS-

Goth, Pla.. July 29 1893. would be accused of setting eggs of a The incubator must not be delayedif tration* .*f.!*.rr ..itpr nr lecc- ---- _A_ tooth___n. tntv.._:_.
cross, when pure breeds were wanted.As you expect to use one. Hatching he honeycombed with cavities, yet (if
I. We are not aware that any pure a r ule we are not in favor of should begin in November, and may the nervous system is perfectly sound
Merinoes have been tried in this crosses, for without a knowledge of extend until April, but the earlier there will be no toothache. Often a
State, but from an experience of many the progeny we are apt to make a mis- now the better, if high-priced broilers\ 1-50 grain pill of phosphorus will
years with them elsewhere we are satisfied take and the products of our cross are to go on the mardet, as they often stop toothache by stimulating the
they would do well in selected may be worthless. As Mr. Boyer bring seventy five cents each during i nerves. But such powerful drugs

locations in Florida. By Merinoeswe says, the cross of Minorca on Leghorn March, April and May{ while in June should seldom be used except under
here me. n those of the plain type, produces such delicate chickens that and July the larger sizes also bring medical advice.

not the excessively wrinkled one which very few of them live. If two non good prices. The main point here is __ _....**AA..vW MM
are fashionable in the North. sitting breeds, so called, are crossedthe j to urge the importance of beginning A Sound Financial Institution.Now .
2. There arc probably no pure Me pullets will be more broody than early. Even if only to experiment, it that some Jacksonville merchants
rinoes for sale in the State, but we j any of the large breeds. No doubt a will not be lost hours with the operation are Bonding out circulars to the interior,
should not advise the starting of a judicious cross will produce hardinessthe of an incubator, for the "oldhen" requesting their customers! to remit in

full-blood flock by importation. The same as in-and-in breeding produces will not sit at a time when you U.:S. money, it is onlent a good.or time Jacksonville for our sub exchange
best plan would be to bring in a pure weakly offspring. For general wish her to do so.-Farm and Fire- scribers to take note of one of the foremost -
blood ram, carefully acclimate him purposes I think the Indian Game side. banking institutions of the State,
and then cross him upon the native and Golden Wyandottes, being of the Merchant National. The directors
ewes. Successive importations and similar plumage, would be better thanan For Mental Depression of thin (kink do what UIOHO of many
neglect : they make n monthly
crosses would soon develop a flock line llornfortr Acid
Indian Game and Black Langshan.But riioaphatt' 1 ferHonal examination of its* Hiatus. It
high enough in grade for all practical for eggs the Black Minorca cockon Dr. L. C. S. Turner, Col fax, Ia., says: is because this bank in HO well watched
purposes. Black Langshan hens I can recom- "I am very much pleased with it in by its own oJIIcern that it neetU no watch
mental depression from gastric troubles.
.ter.---- ing by its de|>ositorH.
mend. > .
Sulphur for Cattle Ticks. The only objection to a Minorca
It is a great fault to be continually You had better send in your adver.
The Mississippi Experiment Station fowl is the everlasting big comb. In fault.finding. tising while the rates are cheap.
has issued a bulletin. No. 14, in this country we are not afraid of freez --.. ___--.-
which there is an article on screw ing but it seems to be a useless appendage If you have no employment, or are
worms, and among other things it and the cock for breeding If you feel weak being |poorly paid for the work you are
doing, then write to IJ.o".Johnson&Co.
should be selected each ,
says : purpose year and all worn out takeBROWN'S Va. and
I they show you how to
"Nearly one-half the cases in cattle with a view to reduce the size of the I transform Miss-fortune
into 3ladame-
occur when ticks have been crushed. comb. IRON BITTERS .fortune. Try it. .




and community for the untiring effortsin has not a trace of the turpentineflsvor -not too old, hut two days* old docs not

gtateTwenty J' a YY s. securing such a fine exhibit.-Ft. found in most varieties, is al matter-slice thin, spread l one with butler -
dust lightly with dry mustard or
Meade Pebble.
most entirely stringlesb, thin yellow
-- use tho prepared) article. On another
.six persons arrived at Silver The Canning Company met yester. skin, flat, kidneyshaped, small stone, slico of bread spread half the contents

Springs Park who will make it their day. There has been received since and the fruit is smaller than our Flor- of a small can of potted ham, the
ida varieties. What it lacks in size is minced; place tho two slices of bread
home. last meeting cans.Ir.. Ollin-
20,000 together and lightly. Don't take
made in excellence. Mr. press ,;
The farmers of Escambia countyare ger has kindly consented to advance Evans has three pure and tho crust end of the loaf, but tho brown
encouraged at the prospect of a $1,500 to get the company in working bearing trees, edge can bo left on tho slices if not
of and order. Mr. Levi Brown has been the only ones, probably, true to name mrnt. They are not so likely to break
corn, hay potatoes.In
heavy crop in the Indeed in tho .
appointed purchasing) agent and all grown United States. carrying in lunch kisket.ANOTHER.
West Butler, Orange county, when Mr. Evans the seed from .
I got Instead of potted l ham.
those having fruit for sale will applyto
there is more corn to be seen than for Trinidad, through the department at place between tho broad thin slices of
u the fifteen years, and the barnsare him. The company expects to put there that coM oilod l ham, lIeutltrimmed.. Any
i past Washington, were only at
full of fodder and up all the fruit offered but it was de kind of meat may IKJ used, and the butter -
packed corn, time twelve No.
true to
cided to give the stockholders, the may bo easily disj>ensetl with.
hay.Mr. preference. Preparations are being Eleven mangoes grown there. It is Game makes excellent sandwiches

Aaron Geiger of Athens was made to put up jelly, and the glasses likely that Fort Myers, Fla., throughMr. Prepare like chicken. Corned beef, also,
in town this week and reports the the Evans, will be able in a short canoe used.:
have been ordered (for purpose.- .
large orange trees on his place are Milton Clarion.Mr. time to supply this new and really ex- EGO S.\NUWICJlts-Iloil half a dozen

heavily fruited this year. lIe expectsto cellent variety to all parts of Florida, fresh eggs ten minutes; drop into cold

get from 13,000 to 15,000 orangesoff C. M. Wilder, of Anthony, where it will grow, as it is as susceptible water; take pit tho shell, then with a

the two large trees, of which so who has made a record as a success- to frost as any. of the strictly sharp"! knife slice them and spread on tho.

much has been printed in the Florida ful melon grower, second to no man tropical fruits. Indeed, a cold windof bread* laying bread:tho having rings,of I been egg previouslynittered closely toethertho

Cove in Marion county, has been thinkingand like had last February
papers.-Green Spring.Mr. a day or two we as for ham sandwiches; lay another -

C. P. Lund showed us a bas investigating, and the result of will blight the bloom, and at butteredslico on this and press to-

ket of the "South Florida," the new same led him to believe it would pay that time there was no frost or indica- gether.

that Mr.\ White is propagating.It to ship melons to Tampa and Key tion of frost. Those having good ANOTHER.-Chop together cold boiled
grape West. He tried the experiment with eggs and small sour cucumber pickles;
have here
water protection as we at
is a purple or brown bunchesa
grape results and returned home mix tho butter and mustard, salt and
good size, tender, juicy and with satisfactory from his business last week deter- Fort Myers, are reasonably sure of a 1K'I[ pi,(>er well with those ingredients, and
thin skin, said to be a great grower trip crop of mangoes. We pronounce"No. spread on the bread. Tho picklo should
and bearer, and will be a good table mined in the future to plant late mel- n" the king.-Fort Myers bio quite moist or a few drojw of vinegarmay
ons for the extreme southern market, Press. bo added. Place tho slico of plain
and wine judge it is too
grape.'e so that when the markets of the North bread (or buttered very! thinly, if .preferred -
tender for shipping.-Daytona Jour- he turn his 1- ,) on this: and press together.: A
are supplied, can ship
nal. of minced and
'COIullayer picklo
ments in the opposite direction, in- Our Ruhr Ome. & egg
Yorke will break in and a third slice of bread is nice, making
C. II. ground
in his business relations.
cluding Cuba ---- layer sandwich. Eggs may bo chop>ed,
a few days, northwest of town, within -Ocala Banner.T. Tested Florida Recipes. well seasoned, and! used without tho
the corporate limits for a five-acre tomato pickle, or they may bo added to minced
D. Ravenel of the rice Rural Home
manager For Our
patch, and E. J. Gove and B.M. Hun.
Parker, in partnership, will also plantation, and family left Friday Now that spring vegetables and the There are many ways to mnko a palatal -
week for several weeks' fruits and the fall l sandwich and is letter for
five acres to fall and spring night a ago early are gone, garden nothing
plant gar- recreation among relatives and friendsin not yet planted, the cook finds an outdoor lunch than a plateful of
den vegetables. Other parties: how- *
South Carolina. lie informs us considerable difficulty in preparing these "jnst right; Yet a poor ono isvery
ever, will enter into the business more |*xr.WATERMELON.
that have in rice thatif dishes.
they acres appetizing
300 ;
extensively, and at least one hundredacres SWKET; Pick.E. .Tako
will be planted this coming sea it was in South Carolina he could Very few, I find, know anything tho sliced rind of a medium sized melon,

son in the immediate vicinity of the safely count on a yield of fifty bushelsto about using for "greens" and salads pare off tho thin green outside, cut into

r" _____ __ 11-1 the acre. but.- as- this crop is his the plants that abound in this climate.. small pieces, sprinkle with Kilt and let
town.- lavares ncraiu.We I ifrst---experience; ;i on Florida muck, he I varieties of cactus etc. stand over night. Next day drain oil
believe South Florida is : tho salt water that has collected and l boil
ap cannot say what the probable harvest I have several vines of Pereskia
the in water until
pieces plain they
preaching: the over-production of win will be, but the crop is very promis- Aculeata (lemon vine or Barbadoes IK easily pierced by a fork. To I quart

ter vegetables, especially as each suc- ing at present ; that there is not, and gooseberry), one of which I have J.ooc.lim'J.ur. tako ttlll'O cups sugar,ono

ceeding year: finds the same high rates has not been, any rust in it ; that he trained against the south wall of the UHis(>oonful each of cloves, cinnamon,

of transportation, more dishonest has not had too much rain and that house and fertilized well, with a viewto allspice, half teaspoon grated nutmeg.

commission men and no approach to the rice could stand an inch a day until having: good and very delicate sal Tie thus, bleu+ i jMMir in a over muslin tho bag.melon Boll rind.together -

any organization of the growers. The the 1St of August. They have the ad at a moment's notice, summer or and IHH! until tho pieccsLilt,almost

people ol South Florida have seen the water under such perfect control that winter. The faster the vine grows of parent.

remedy which other portions of the they could pump off the heaviest rain- course the more tender the leaves; WATKRJIKLOX: PnHfif1ltvTnku tho

South were obliged to apply) and they fall in five hours.-Osceola Gazette. and the sheltered situation is almost rind! of a medium-sized<<1 melon,pare: and

will act wisely to take the ounce of certain frost protection. The vine is cut in pieces not over two inches square.
The shipping season has been Put in dish anti with
past a largo or pan cover
prevention before the pound of cure is one variety of cactus, and is ever
full of wholesome lessons to the fruit white sugar. Leave over night. Add

necessary.-Hraidentown Journal. growers of'e.. t Florida. and while.. .... green. It bears a beautiful blossom, suirar as for any other sweet fruit a
-- --- ------ ---- -
like a wild rose, and fruit; I cannot Httlo over half as much sugar as melon,
them rather
Burrell Wiggins of La Crosse in seme of have been severe
probably cups sugar to 8 cups of
vouch for the fruit
being "good
DecembenSSs purchased four ewes. there is no doubt that the lessons were melon; add no wn er. Put trIO syrup on
but little trouble with learned than later. eat, but it is said to be. For the 1 boil U
lIe has had I better now Taking to ; after it 'gns to thicken put in
them in fact he has paid little, if any, peaches for instance: Some of the rest I am certain. I send no recipes the melon rind and cook until nearly or

attention to them for periods of growers in other towns undertook to that I have not tested myself. quito transparent; t ttirring lightly occasionally -
risk of what I Slico one lemon, take out
At repeating
months. lie has at present 144 head. ship the early varieties of peaches to may '
seeds an* drop. into the preserves. If
said in this I subjoin
I In the intervening time he has sold 50 Chicago and as a matter of course have paper, the lemon i is of tho rough bitter rind

head of lambs on an average of $2.25a they were rotten when they reached the following: ,variety {Kira off the skin; if the other

head, and killed for family use5 there, and the grower got nothing for H.\I.AH.-Tuko the tender leave! and kind, use it all-it i ilj a great improve-

head. He I has only lost during this I them, at a time when our growerswere twig-ends.simply. a dressing Make a of mayonnaise a half pint wince vinegar or ment. ----... M. G. 3111.1.4..

time 4 lambs and 2 ewes and has now pocketing $3.50 and $.t per a httlo) salt and i tapper, teuwjxxmful of A Trick About Ironing.

about 500 pounds of wool at 20 cents bushel. They would not trust to the mustard! tables|>oonful of butter ; stir I The Chinese laundryman knows a
per pound.Gainesville Sun. experience of others, but they will not together well. Heat in n cup or i pan over
I little trick worth trying Instead of
Alexander the stove and {pour over tho leaves.Good .
Fort Meade's exhibit for the World's ship any more peaches to I either hot or cold. A nice dish: for heating his iron just right for use he
There have been but
Fair will leave next Monday for the Chicago. very lunch. Bacon drippings instead of butter heats it scorching hot; then he plunges
few shipments from here that were IKJ used.I Olive oil might .suit
windy city. There will be a full carload may it into cold water for an instant, which
properly sorted and packed that did many taste I have not tried it. The
and it is bound to attract a cools the surface to allow
great leave, and small excellent sufficiently
the large are
not bring good prices.-
deal of attention. The collection of ,: DeFuniak Breeze.growers rooked as spinach dresw.nl with butter him to make several effective {passes,

phosphates and phosphate curios is J or dripping! ; or they! may he )boiled with the heat meantime gradually return-

especially fine while the fruits and I Mr. Edward L. Evans brought to a small piece of luieon. ing to the surface. If necessary he

farm products will cause many of the our office last Saturday one of the Ikct I leaves, sour or curly dock leaves repeats this two or three times till the

visitors to long for a farm at Meade. above variety of mangoes for us to and the young shoots and tender 1 leaves iron is of the right temperature toy\ \
of K>ke-weed make gOOd "greens.. The
While many have shown a great deal ;( taste and pass judgment on. After last| should IMJ parboiled in Kilted water its vocation uninterruptedly. This

of interest, Mrs. Shaw and Mrs Black ; eating we pronounce it the finest and this first water toured{ ofT. saves the frequent changing of irons

deserve the thanks of the entire town flavored mango we ever tasted. It DWJCllas.-lIam: Take fresh braid of Bridget's method.




1 -__.

Tho Managing Mamma. world to get water just where it is :

She walkcth up and down the marriagemart needed, and the red spider is sure to FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.

be routed by the persistent use of it.
Ami swells with triumph as her warn'
--- ---- --
U'I>art; An Incorixmitod{ Homo ;\*cmtion of Oninjfo OnWl'M' for marketing Florida Fruit to tho
In volvft clad with well bejeweled l Ornamented Fireplaces. best ndvuntJiKO. Al'TIIOKIZKU rAl'ITAI fn'lu) >
HOX MATKH1AI.: The Kxcnmigo: is fully pn?|mvd to tiuppiy boxes and paper on
Ian Is. Among the pretty devices for keep order. Write for price' list und terms.
She JIM a tmile for him who own* hroadJmids ing a fireplace ornamented during the .
] -: OFPICKKS :-
warm season is that of getting some
And wean her nodding i>1utniti with) O IX). PAIUIIANKS. Prwlilcnt. I>. (1KKHNLKAP, t'koI'reeldent.11JiFit'r .
Irish from the woods the
rare Cited I moss more : 31.11'1:1\:: UNI'1 Mjfr.anilTrtMis.. M. 1'. TIT UN Hit t eerctary.
In with liead erect. varied the shades of green the better ; 1)1IE) :("rlln 4--lto.; it. "'nlrhnnkJII.ladlUu Co.; K. O. Hill( llrudfordCo.; Ir.1:. I:. PrattHUlftlMtroro.
l .; John' C. l.ovo, lake Co.; Its ('natcht'rt Untngu) Co.; l). Urccnlcaf, Duvul! Co.:
fasten it on a fireboard, or, better II. M. Itarr. Hun' {'O.: A. IIn'II)'. llruvunl Co.; F'. (3. SumpfMin' Marlon (>'+r. ; C. "Illllycr,
She trios each would-)le suitor in the still it with a thread through its Naesui Co.: John M. llryant U kccolu!' Co.; II. Ilutctunxotu Putnam Co.; M. 8. Morcman St.
sew ...
uh--\ Johns Co ; U. W. W.IzU1l.'C'tl.r.ulu Co.;J. C. 1'ulot. MrtmiteoCo.Address
That social( !cafe, whose iKilance does not roots onto a square of birch bark all corrrstMmduiift; to the horlda Fruit Kxchiuwo,Jacksonville, Flo. Stencils,
with full packing and shipping! instructions! furnished application..
fail- fitted to the fireplace. If desired the

So' much for wealth, wi much for nohlo moss may be filled with fresh flowers, --

blood I. which the moisture of the moss will BEACH & VALENTINE
]Italuct forage,or for>KOUIC clinKing mud.
Her daughters, too, well tutored) by her keep in condition a long time. ,

art, ----- .--
All unreluctant in her game take part. Treatment of Freckles.No .

Or weakly 1 juwhive yield themselves to comestic, however well advertised
Plants from the West Indies
fate, removes freckles. It may temporarily Pineapple
Knowing full well resistance", i is too late, hide them, but it will be at
Thug her victims to the altar led
are ,
the of the texture of the skin.A .
"With (shining robes and Mowers upon| the Correspondence solicited.
' head.J lotion of Jamaica rum and lemon

There at the holy shrine, mid sacred ((7)) juice is frequently effective, Lut straw- MELBOURNE FLA.

rows, berry juice applied at bed time is ,
file ( heaven will biw what earth .
nnc decidedly the best both for freckles --- -- -- -- --

And sells allows her child to Mammon( with a and those annoying moth or liver BENTON & UPSON I Geo. S. Hacker & Son

t smile.While. patches. Strain the berries through a MANUFACTURERS OK

Mephistopheles! approves thcbtyle! thin cloth and apply two or three ,
tACcSOjt1VI4bE, Fl1A., ... m.c
times before going to bed. This is =
Ponnny Wiso. excellent for sunburn or redness of = ='
1 f
I ra e c.CIJ .
One woman docs her washing and the skin, as well as for discoloration. IRRIGATING CDg

ironing the same day and says, "Oh, -Lucy C. Lillie. -

it saves me folding the clothes!1" Do ---. .-.-- i- II 3:

you suppose she has really saved anything Too Much to Do."Alas' '. MACHINERY tV 0mtaiiv

? A lady on the same street '" [_ 1wMi.p : rt. c

told me she tried it and said, "I foundI exclaimed an overworked IjBOTH .. -. c.o -.
housewite "if could
lately, one only o
wasn't for all the
good anything i profit by all the precepts, recipes, o m
rest of the week." In the summer and good advice given. There never Steam and Horse Power. o ..
time many fold the clothes after
were so good things said and
dinner, thus wasting part of the daylight circulated as there are now. The Pipe Pipe Fitting Brass And Building Material.
which is so precious where there ,
books and newspapers are full of
are many to sew for and only one to Valve Hose Etc. CHARLESTON, S. O.
them, but to follow them needs time ,
do it all. It is better to fold them i -- --
and some leisure. It I seems to me
just at dusk when it is too early to'' WRITE FOR ESTIMATES.
that all the advice given applies to
Fraud- ;
light the lamps and yet it is too darkto women who have some means, and -

see the_stitches.Ex.. not to women like myself, who are

--.e- not only heads of households, but FRUIT TREES NO MORE CHEATING.
How to Wntor Flowers.All .
their own servants. When a womanis FOR
('onRUrnerK of Fruit Wrappers )
writers on floriculture in
agree so overworked and pressed for time SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write bUM that honest
now they get an ream
the of moisture but
importarce that she actually forgets a precept be- of 480 hheeta' awl not -100 or :TJO: ghecta
all agree as to how water shall be applied fore she finds>> time to test it, she for Catalogue amt price lint. to ream an NJino unscrupulous: dealer*

>> in the effort to secure a moist might as well live in a world where JENNINGS' NURSERY CO., supply.

temperature article, writes"Greenhouse Eben F. Rexfordin and knowledge does not circulate." It is Tlioin Kvlllf., 0*. OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"
on ---
an --
-- -------
-- --
a melancholy truth that too many are ---- -
Window Plants," in the Ladies' Home situated like that to-day. Lack of .*'**.. Watt'.G..an J'rintt..l ""mpI'C04' am put upin" okn l'K
WELLMACH'YAn I g.DitdilI,r".J"1I of KXK( ) each and each \Vrap >er in
Journal. "Sprinkle daily, one says."Flirt time is the modern nightmare. ,'" Boil.rl .14. Will
.. numbered in printing, coiiHecuttvely
water over them with a whiskbroom ....- .. ..AA.-__ ....._... __!AAAW.IIWA.LA.< for EIJCeIvPfldla.,A.._.**.... ,til.../. No
----- from 1000.
--- --- '''VVCIIVruC'IIV; i no nieriti: neu: nvr.nu. I to one can
says another. I notice thatI Forethought. also, Chicago, HI., Dalla Tcx-fbydncy, N. S. W.

have made use of the word "shower," HONESTLY BEATour

I presume that the other writers quoted I A bit of household wisdom that is Blood
Nerve I ril"los. Send for HUiiplenand .price*
from had the same effect in mind thatI practiced by many.women and will toTHE

have ; but the term "sprinkle" is a bear handing round, is to straightenup Tonic Builder
misleading one and a whisk broom is the rooms before leaving them at ,

not the proper instrument to use in night. "I always straighten the parlor JERSEY CITY, N. J.

distributing water over and among before leaving it," exclaimed the I N. n. -"'0 do not deal in imprinted!

plants. You must have something hostess to an overnight guest recently, I! wrapper
than do and she straightened up pillows, set --- -
more a mere sprinkling to
much good, and with a brush brooma chairs in order, piled up music and arranged d I trend for TO WORLD'S FfURYisi\ .TORS

mere sprinkling is about all you ever the draperies before going up d.scrrptrtiepaEuibWe| &.

get. You should aim to throw water stairs. "One thing, I like to have MOTEL FRENCH,

up among the branches, so that the things in order in case of anything Dr. WILLIAMS' HARVEY ILL.

lower side: of every leaf is wet ; unless happening, and besides this, while it is 30r. MEDICINE CO.,
this is done you but half accomplish very little exertion to me, it is a goodbit 0 per for 82.30.: Schenectady, FOR THIRTY DAYS

what you aim at, and this is all you of help to a busy maid who often Grand Trunk and
-- Situated on the Illinois( Central
can accomplish by the use of anything has this much more than she can accomplish --AltHKASTV1TII----- Till*. TIMl'.S. R. R. being convenient to itop without going
before breakfast."-Buffalo Into the City and more accessible to the Fair
that does not throw a stream of water, Pull courte of instruction and modern methodsof Grounds than the City iUelf.
forcibly in any direction you want it N!ws. handling same, able and experienced teach* This it a thrf *tory brick building cool and
ers; careful moral training, and pupil(boys andyoung airy rooms, with fir class table.
to go. Every person growing plantsin --- -e- --- men) of correct principles and habits, are I! Cite a few days' notice of your Intended visit

the window ought to be the owner BROWN'S IRON BITTERS characteristic of and we will reserve you a room meet you at the
station and guarantee satisfaction. Parties of
of a brass syringe made expressly forflorists' Indigestion THE FISHBURNE four or six can bare suite connecting if desired.
Cures Dyspepsia, .yu..horu, 1'IrgInIs.Electric .
t use.'ith one of these implements and other modern adrantages.Write .
& light CHARLES G. FRENCH Harvey III.
it is the easiest thing in the Debility.- for catalogue. ,


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P. O. Address Lawtey, Fla. matter through other parts of the tree, tists must not leave out of sight that

Foot Rot in tho Orange. and in its descent destroys also the plant life, with its force and 1 power,

CONTENTS. This appellation is from the Spanish soft membrane in the cambium. The will, in a majority ol cases carry

GROVE AND ORCUAUD: --Mr. VanDeman's- and should be mal de suco, or sap bleeding generally takes place near plants harmless through attacks.

rice; Insects Again; Making Orange Marmalade disease. Gum on orange trees is ol the root collar, or foot of the tree; Microbes, or animal parasites as a
; Some Fruit Scraps: Kainit for
Oiange Trees; Vegetative and Reproduct poor quality, and forms only by hence the name "shin, or "collar" class, are not as injurious to either

lye Force... .... . .. .. . .. . .. S'3 to the atmosphere. It has exposure disease, and lasts as long as the sap is animal or plant life as plant parasites,
Fruit Tree B. Shallow-Rooted
Not An Age of rers Reason; .. . .. ..Trees. .. ..; 524 consequently nothing to do with the moved by a favorable temperature. better known as fungoids. -R. Maitre,

Green and Dead Manure; Grape Culture on disease, which exists only in the sap. Very young trees, say two or three in N. O. Times Democrat.

vs.Hammocks Soap... .;.Cure. .. .for. .. .Foot-Rot.... .. .. .;.Oranges.. .... 52S Sap is the juice in plants, carrying years old, generally succumb to the -

TUB.PIHEEY. ::-Mealy. _Bugs; Pineapple_Que- in its solution the principal parts of disease o' in the first. season_ or_while theweatner I
nn; Will Kill \unrorm.; Tne Ulerul .favors the now 01
Skunk. . .. .. .. .. .. . .... .... .... 525 nutrition. Gum is formed by its sap. in )JVIaetsaIACKSOWILLE
older trees the bleeding will be
PAKMHK AND TROCKER-Strawberry riant- exposure and is insoluble in water.

lag; Save the Feed. .. ..... .. .. ...... 526 Orange trees subject to the dread cold weather, but will resume its

DAIRY in Hot Climates .. .. .. .
-Dairying SnLire activity as soon as the
disease of the bleeding of the are sap moves. FLA., Aug. r.

CatUe STOCK-Sheep Ticks.... .in.. .Florida. .. .. ...;;. .Sulphur., .. .. ...for... 527 much in the condition of a consump sap Should the vitality of an old tree be FRUITS AND VKGIJTABLKS.

POULTRY and Pure Breeds The In tive in other words strong enough to retain life through
cuba tor.. .. . ... .... .... .;... .. 527 ; the disease is to other than the leaves such Iota These fetch are prices average above quotations. Kxtra choice
vegetable life what phthisis organs top quotations, while poor
pulmonaris -
GOOD HEALTHTimely Knowledge; Longev lots sell lower.
ity; Toothache .". .... ..... 527 or pulmonary consumptiou is to tree may get over it, preserve the main Lemons. Fla., .... ...... .. .... .. 1.50102.00
OUR RURAL HOUK Tested Florida branches and trunk but all the Messina... .. .. .. .. ...... 4.00
Recipes animal life In ;
Trick About Ironing.... .. .. . . .....; either case the disease Pineapples,crate, rery scarce ..... 4.50105.00
528 begins in the smaller branches and all leaves will Pears, bbl .. . .... .... .......... .
The Managing Mamma; Penny Wise; How respiratory organs, Bananas, bunch .... ............ none in market a.y
to Water Flowers; Ornamental Fire which in one is the lungs, in the other invariably succumb. Such trees,when Potatoes .... .. ... ..... ..............
Places; Freckles; Forethought.... ... .. 529 the leaves. The disease trimmed down to sound limbs, often in 5-barrel lots ....... ... 2.50 2.50
HDITORIAL Prosperous Railroad; Mal De has further Onions, .......... ..... .
Coma .. o. ..... . ... 530 similarities, in so far that extreme remain for years crippled, so that a *. sack .. ....... ........ .... 4.00 3.00
Weather and Crops; Hureka Insecticide and action of the vital young tree planted instead will do Sweet potatoes new..... .............. .75
Foot-Rot Dad Results in forces by sudden New York cabbage each.. .. ......... .iito.it
and Plums; . .Georgia.. ...;. Peats., 532 check give rise to the beginning, ending better service to the planter.To beets.. a w,per 100..... .... .......... 1.00to 1.50
.... ....
bbl ........ .... .
Suggestions to Pineapple Planters; dron with the destruction of cellular my knowledge there is no remedy Turnips .. . ..... .... 2.00 3.00
jug Lamps; Mankind's Mighty Foe. 533 tissue and waste of or cure for this disease. Small Carrotsd..oaen b..unches................ .25
--- vitality. Parsnips, ... ........ ..........
Woathor in The orange trees, in fact the whole trees may be regulated by a repeated Celery .. .. .. .... ..... ............... 40 to .50 33
Jacksonville.M transplanting Egg Plants,crate,small........... ...
--. ----.--- -- -- citrus family, are foremost in the hard especially so in the Tomatoes.. .. .. .... .............. too
S.S. .; -A.c: wood class. Geographically their months of October or February, keeping Squashes, bbl. ..... .. ... ... ........ 1.25101.50 1.15
M .!: tI bO e s :0: the root Cocoanutt .. ... .. .. ............ 4.50
a 0. 3 ,-., ,-., F O .. native home extends from the isth crown as near the surfaceas Peanuts best brand...... ............. 06 to .07
GO GO c '""::: possible Plums ... .. ... .. ..
degree to the 36th by always cutting off the .. bu ..... ..... 2.00
July ... degree north :llti- vertical Kelsey, H bu .. ............. .75 to 1.00
), 36.25.... ....79. 78 80 7J 90 70 20 8J So.o 127 tude. Their most favorable region in or tap root. This will prevent Cucumbers mto .. ... ............ 1.00 1
9J 12 21 5 o.oJ the Green Corn.dozen. .. .. .. ........ ..
)' 17.... .... 80 altitude is tree from deep suction andso .8 to .10
38.....-.... 8o 19 92 73 19 81.S 0 00 from 300 to 3,000 feet Peaches.. free, bu.. .. .. .. ....... .... 1.75
JUI)' 39...... d. 80 79 77 94 CJO 7b 71 U 14 8J.o 8J.o oc 0... above the sea level. On the Eastern avoid a forcible flow of sap and i cling bu. .. .. .. ............ 1.50
..... .. Apples, Georgia carrier wanted.....
80 from
,). 3t.p..... .... 78 ;7S 8 yo A6 7s 76 15 10 81.0 81.S 0.w Hemisphere their polar line is the i prevent taking up injurious Melons per too .. .. .. .... .. .......... 8.00 to 10.00 1.25
- 0.30 : 45th degree latitude north. gases, especially carburetted gas. Sweet Pepper, peck. .......... ........ .25 to .40
Mean ... . .. -,- They Grapes.. Niagara carrier... .. .......
79.1 77.9. .7 :3.417.3Z. t J.oB were brought to Europe by Vasco da The growing of sweet seedling Black. ...... .. .. .. ......... 1.25 1.50
E. IL DCMAIN, Olinerver.A Okru.p*ck . .... .. ...............
Gama about- in--- th.vPir---- --- -oy--r ..5n .frnm......... oranie... trees-- -- _shnulrl n__._ hp_ .nctpp,1........ ."'u, .nnt,v.. .,.a..w.....,-... UU&II'II.I ._- .... .. .. ............. ..15... to 10.. .23'" 1

the East Indies.Their only to perpetuate varieties but to Cowpeas, shelled, peck ........ ..... .50
Prosperous Railroad.- Green, eans .... .. .. ..... ........ .soto 1.00
tropical nativity and evergreen get crossings, by hybridization, arti

Some wanton reporter in Ocala or character give them a very irritable ficially and otherwise. Special atten. POULTRY AND EGGS. i

Jacksonville telegraphed to New York activity, they being very susceptible tion should be given to varieties that Hens. .... .. ........................ .3Oto.3.5
the statement .that the I*. C & P. Railroad to the influence of the are known to be and disease Roosters..... ........... ............ .35 to .30
had been sold for weather hardy Broilers ... ................ .... .1510 .20
$13,000,000to so that with a few days favorable proof, crossing them with the better Turkeys, per pound................. 16 to 16Hc
the Plant System (S. F. & W. Railroad weather they will foreign sorts. All Ducks .... .. ............... .u........ ..15to.
soon start to grow, crossings should Geese. .... ............. ............... .50
. and connections). This false and they are at the same time easily i be made abstract in order to infuse t gin. ..... .. ..................... ..... .50.17

report moved the indignation of Pres. checked by low temperature. Sap is new blood and form entire new char. HAY, QIIAIN, ETC.

ident H. R. Duval, and to an interviewing constantly in circulation acters.
in in all plants White corn, small lots....... ................$ 1.30
reporter New York he and at all times of the season, but becomes The disease in question is as old as Mixed com.It ............... ..... .. I.IS
said, among other things : it is vhite cats, .. ". ...... .................1.80
more active with the increase widespread. Cases have been llsed oat. ............... ........ 1.70
"The road is not for sale, and has ing! temperature in atmosphere and found among the hardiest stock Hay No. i, Timothy small. Iota... ......... 20.00
not been. Why there is much sour Wheat bral. "Tots.......... .... ....... 1<< .00
like soil. )
as and among hybrids of the sour, suchas Wheat Middlings per ton..... .....7;....... 20.00
lihood of our buying the Plant Invest Heat stimulates the action bitter and bitter Ground feed fresh ( and oats), per sack
of (
the sweet varieties. corn
of ........... .. ...
ment Company as their buying the roots in the warm soil, increasing the Lemons are also affected by it and Peed meal, in sacks of 100 pounds, per ton. 3.00.
per .
are a healthy- condi volume of snn.. Unless- p---- -it- h-*--rr--.m..* .c. according.:. to Litest- rpnnrtc- -,- -- -- the."- "h'lrt1u-' .1-lIr-.- _.h.. ._..'.. h_.. -_.,.,- ...., ..._.... ._"...u.._.1....... ..... n.fvr 0
lion indeed, as things are now, I excessive it will not affect the citrus trifoliata is also J Prepared steam cooked cow feed, per cwt, "'
system, subject. ......... .....
think we have more in the 150-pound sacks ... .. ..... I.JO
money especially if a moderately dry atmosphere Some scientists attribute Prepared steam cooked horse (t'ed. cwt,
bank than most of the other railroads assists the leaves the disease I -pound sacks...... .. ..... per..... .
in the in their respiration to bacteria. There is not the Pearl grits, er barrel................ ....... J.H I.SO
country. The Savannah line and evaporation of an overplusof least doubt that bacteria will Pearl meal per barrel.... .... ...... .... 3.10
. will be completed and form in a 1'10ur.bcltwtnter wheat, patent .. ........
equipped with the
juicy, watery fluid ; but if witha diseased leaf or impure sap; but their Flour, extra fancy family... ..... ....... 4.25 4.50
seventy-pound steel rails by October (Half barrels,either brand
higher temperature the soil becomes due 250 per barrel
with presence is to disorder in the or. extra.)
no grade of more than twent).. saturated by heavy moisture, then it ganic system. There is no Cotton seed meal bright per ton.... .. .. ... 24.00
five reason
feet from Dark Sea Island
Savannah. or cotton seed
will act unfavorably on the leaves of : why bacteria will ever attack a ton .. .. . .. .. .. . ....None meal in per market
"We have arranged a straight the trees, and respiration and Pure ground bone fine per ton ..... .. .. 30.00
schedule with the Richmond evaporation healthy, vigorous tree. The leaves of Bone and potash,per ton. .. .... ......... .
& Dan will become almost naught. healthy orange trees have German kainit, per ton .................. 33x10 17.00
vine, and we expect to be an important Such is often the state in this no room I' IAIIII% plaster. .... . .- .. ...... .. 10.00
factor in the ; section for bacteria, but as soon as they become Nitrate..___ _Soda._ _rye.per pound:: per. ton ... , ... .. interstate. business in the months.--- of- .1----Tune._ Tnlv-' -nrwl.. 4a.U.A.. I impaired bacteria will find their IUrlAle; L. 1nutx.". a/ic per pound; per ion.... 50.00
01 the south Atlantic Sulphate potash 2c per pound ton....
coast. ; per
and 33.00
is i very gust, sometimes in September.A way into their interior cells, getting Sulphate potash 90 per cent.... ..._.... ss.oo
satisfactory, so that there is close observe
no i of sweet seedling in from the atmosphere
intention of disposing of the ETC.
property. orange trees may notice the change juices extracted from the soil.
Indeed, southern lines are doing well, in the foliage from .. Clay.$ .9.
bright dark
or .
particularly Florida roads." to a pale Orange trees being formed of very .... Black.... .... ........... .u.......... .. 1.00 1.00
green yellow
This will be showing itself hard fibre are not very susceptible to .. Red kippers.... ............... .......
an excellent statement first only on the midrib. The tree has j Conch. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. ........... 095
pigeonhole and keep until the next become affected with the bacteria in any part of their structure, Split.. .. .. .. ...._...... .. ........
disease by be it the horny cuticle of its bark .. ...... 2.2,5
Legislature brings up the question of a the influence of the weather and in or Lima 3.75
Railroad Commission. It is its the: smooth, glossy varnished leaves. Pearl Cat Tail miUet per pound...... ....... JOe
quite respiratory organs, the leaves. The Having comparatively few German or Golden millet per bushel ...... 2.00
possible that this witless reporter crude forced them pores or Hungarian grass per bushel.... 2.50
builded better than he sap through by an stomates, the whole organism is Rural Branching Dhoura per pound.. 2sc
knew Pict
in his increased temperature from the soil White milo mane '' joe
favorable for the bacteria
blundering recklessness. theory. Kaffir corn .
The has joe
ship destroyed first the green color Amber cane or sorghum '* ...
Vegetable is aoc
of physiology much indebted .uu.
pers Florida owe many thanks to (chlorophyll). Having bleached Alfalfa or Lucerne aoc
this nincompoop and the out to microscopy (for its discov Johnson grass .. tc
to chastising the starchy secretion in the leaves, the eries and researches into the Cold seed rice (upland) per bushel......... 2.00
eloquence of President I hidden "
Duval. crude fluid distributes its Geauincredruatprooo.t. ..... foe
aciduous White seed rice "
mystery of its but the scien i 3.25
organs, *
brggar weal seed, per pound..,..,., PUI ,J$



F -


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in the great fruit markets of the country; C\ Why is Strictly Pure White Lead the best paint?
Because it will outlast all other paints, give a
Butter, gin edge........,............... .26 therefore Why r wood
Cheese, full cream ... ................. .12}$ Resolved That tho directors of the handsomer finish, better protection to the ,
Cheene. X creamKvaporatedapriooU. ..................... Riverside Heights Association hereby to and the first cost will be less.
: ............_..... .16Kvaporateilpe4ches recommend the Riverside If Barytes and other adulterants of white
............ ........ to Exchangethe
.14 all the
Kvaported apples.............. .. ...... .11 adoption for use of a box of two lead are "just as. good" as Strictly Pure White Lead, why are "
urleu peacnes. ...............,............. .10 compartments of one full cubic foot adulterated white leads always branded Pure, or" Strictly Pure White Lead?
lJrit'd.j Heft.... ..................(....... ., .OnCurraaU size each, or such increase thereof as This Barytes is a heavy white powder (ground: stone), having the appearance
.... .... .. ... .. ............. ... .06Citron. of white lead worthless and is
.. shall; be found to make each box to con- as a paint, costing only about a cent a poun ,
....... .....?........... .. .10
Prune, Turkkh.........%, .............. .ij form fully with the recognized standardbox only used to cheapen the mixture.
Rabin, L. L. box........ .. ........ ...fa."s of the markets the United States.It What shoddy is to cloth, Barytes is to paint. Be careful to use only
1'iKt.Dnr. .. .. .. ... ............... .. ..... .13 is amusing to note how carefully old and standard brands of

the Califoriiians refrain from callingthis

Market Notes. box the Florida tax; but this does not Strictly Pure White Lead
prevent us from commending their wisdom -
JACKSONVILLE, August 11.-Mr. A. 31. in recognizing the facts {latent to
Ives: Manager of the Fruit Exchange, all men. It ANCHOR (Cincinnati Cincinnati) .RED. KENTUCKY SEAL" (St.(Louisville Louts) ) .
haS returned from a brief trip to the .... SOUTH ERN (St. Louis and Chicago) It ATLANTIC(New York)
North, and will Boon leave for the West, Business Notices. .. COLLIER" (St. Loula) JEWETT" (New York)

completing the tour of nil the agencies. are strictly pure, "Old Dutch" process brands, established by lifetime of use.
Ho orU that, in edience to the remit HASTINO'S CATALOOt'-Tho first to
rej For colors use National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors with
t of many of the hhipirs of the reach our table is the price list and catalogue Pure White Lead.
Excliaiige he has wrfectod arrangements of 3Ies8rs.\ II. (L Hastings & Co., Strictly .
( For sale by the moat reliable dealers in paints everywhere.
fur shipping. oranges more extensively of Interlachen,the well-known dealers in If you are going to paint, it will pay you to send to us for a book containing Inform
I than heretofore to England.The seeds specially selected and grown for iioo that may save you many a dollar ; it will only cost you a postal card to do so.

fruit will go hy steamer (romJtckhC.mvilto the Southern Suites. It is a pamphlet CO.
: or Savannah, and will thus of 37 pages, containing not only a catalogue NATIONAL LEAD ,

be landed within a few docks of the of the best varieties for this lati- I Broadway, New. York.
useful hints for their - --
great l urop'an teamen which will tude but many
load it for England. When there is a cultivation. The business done by this

sufficient quantity of it, it will be conveyed house has very largely increased in the ,t,
from one steamer to the other by last two years, and to prevent delays and +e n

car-loads along the river front; otherwise disappointment orders for seeds should .
!! it will IHJ moved by dray. Le sent in early Head particularl whatthey Barnum's Own Book. r"E SHOSNM; N
publish concerning the'\\ onderCui RU1ESr
The charge from Florida will IKJ 30
Life of the world-renowned .howC 1Iilan.
cents (or Sfi! by the Merchant Line, Pea, c1 uoted principally Cnlll that s
His early life and t-truzglew O'
old standard the Southern ;
which will IK favored by the Exchange: )
hold ventures and brilliant successes :
Planter of Richmond.STUAWUEUKV .
and from New York to Liverpool 45 ,
wonderful in which he made
career ,l
cent, making a total transportationcharge PI..ASTS.The reader will
and lost fortunes captivated Kings
: of 75 cents. The hxchange not fail to note the remarkable abundance : ,
millions of
and ,
will charge on this English! business h of plants advertised in our cheap Queens, nobility peo
his wit eloquence pul
corn in iattion of eight leer cent. Tlb; column. The heavy end of the rainy pie; genius ,
life citizen etc. t
benefactor as
lie a ,
agents in Liverpool{ l will be )(l>R.tf8. season is still to come, and the probability
remarkable abounding in
Bury & Anderson; the well known is that many of these plants will yet A incidents story, thrilling .
and who have branch will do wellto fascinating epi-
growers shipper$, a perish; BO intending growers and marvelous achievements.
olllce at :Mandann and who have madea order early, if they have land not liable tiodcM! .
life of Harnum
Most complete : com
reputation by successfully shipping by to be Hooded.JEKKSKY .
COO and fully
this line from 20,000 to au.(oo boxerflo }rising nearly }pages
CATTLE.-Mr. '''m. IJ. Schra- illustrated. I $3.00.) Given with

England: )- <<1 every year for some years past.It der of Tallahassee, offers this week but tho I paper: for one year, for ( l.25, orgiven '
is estimated that the thne occupied ter cattle from one of the noted prize- a premium for three new +l ,F,
by this line of shipment) will not exceed as I
winning herds of Leon county. We have subscribers at $2.00 each.
fourteen days, and will not generally olat.'oucl found Mr.\ Schrader n conscientious, intelligent i

twelve days. The Exchange's stockman, and intending; purchasers -
agents in New York will iiersonally suIKTiMtoml will do well to corresi pond with
the transfer in :New York and him. It is worth a good deal to be ableto
their charge for this service will he l included buy satisfactory stock which id already
in the 75:; cents total transportation accli matt.1. t

charge. i The Hammock Plow.


For the |past week the Clyde Line *

steamers have carried out the following: World's Columbian ExpositionWATER

500 liarrels naval stores, &J( ,OOO shingles,
000,000 feet lumber, 4 cars mobrt.8t10ltiales: -

tobacco, 200) ci+ses cigars, lO\AJI &eUa- ASH HAIL COMBINED.

neous pn.ckngl Charleston to Chicago and return (via :

New York) only $43.10.
''Cl t1e Lino takes in
The pleasure announcing
Oolifornia Fruit at Homo.
that they have placed on sale -r
Prices for choice fruit in good condition Special """orlel" Columbian Exposition"

hold up well. In the local market excursion tickets at tho low rate of
fruits sell well, but {prices rule low, and 4310.

a large amount of the fruit ottered for Those tickets will include Hrst-class a 8 At
hale should have Ittocll l fed to the hogs in berth and meals on the elegant steamersof ; 'r 1 K rr+t trp

place of pending it to this city. Poor, the 'Clyde Line" between Charleston

small, unripe fruit killed this market and Nework both going and returning,
long ago,. lint the dumping, upon this York
also' a 8toK| >ver privilege in New
market at the present time the trash, until October 28th on return trip, thus Manufactured expressly for use in Florida. No plow ban ever been made that
windfalls, drops and immature fruit that affording ample opportunityto will surpass this in turning the heavy, clammy lands of tho hammocks or fiat-
is iMHiigofiered for Nile i is an insult to the ; visit the passengers woods of Florida, South Georgia and South Alabama. It has ample throat, highland
dead (market). Choice rijHj fruit packed Hide and there is no danger of its choking In foul lands. The best grade of
in small packages convenient for carrying MANY POINTS OF INTEREST IN TilE ME iron center steel employed and all wearing parts are thoroughly hardened.

in the hand would find ready sale. TROPOLIS. Weighs r 0 pounds, steel beam, cut OJ inches, with one extra point. Trice $10.60.

Crawford )peachns have the call at pres The route between New York and Chicago I Gh'en'lth the paper one yeaifor; $8.30 or as a premium for live new subscribers.
cut. Plums are abundant and the demand
will be via the popular New York, -

light.# Apricots are plentiful; demand Lake Erie: & Western Railroad, well- Phosphate rock freights (from South
good 1 for edible fruit. Very muchof the SPRAY
known to the traveling public as
Carolina and Florida to Europe are ona ,
the fruit offered by small dealers and "Scenic route to Chicago and the "'C8t"

)IHHldlers is "drops" and "windfalls" and If you have never l been> to Chicago via basis more satisfactory to steamers, 2L PUMPSUADEBY

should l he condemned by the health inspector the "Clyde Line" and New York, try it ; which are exclusively employed in -

as unfit for food.-California you will like the cool ocean breezes and this trade than they have been in two THE DEM 1KB CO.,SALEM 0.
Fruit never travel any other. way.. or three years. As the phosphate deposits HCNION4HI/BBELL.
-- --- ; -- are* nearly all controlled- by ______ Weitera plats CHIOAQO.IU.
Adopting tho Florida Box. It is said that few pieces of the Writ for Cat&1oCUI..4 Tau'n..oXISJ'4I'Ufe.:
the charters are
bark of the hickory dropped into boil English syndicates, -
At a meeting of the director of the mostly effected on the other side of
Riverside Heights Association(tenth district ing sugar molasses will give it the the Atlantic. Our ship brokers, WANTED, AN AGENT,

including Riverside and north), the maple sugar flavor.r1 therefore, derive very little benefit At every shipping point in Florida to
following preamble and resolutions were rIF -
from the business. solicit business for me, both for export
unanimously adopted : HACK ACHES.
TOUR and domestic sales; liberal terms.
WNRKKAH, The box hitherto in general<< Or you are all worn out really good f fornotli* LeConte pears were largely over Yours truly,
in.*, it b general debility. TrynitOWX'S
ute for shipment of California citrus
JKOX HITTERS. ripe and sold low, in some cases for
fruits foil to conform fully in sire and It will cure you your liver, and gitttappetite. E. L. GOODSELL.
dim_ iOOtJ to that generally recognize clean barely enough to pay freight.





WEATHER AND OROPS. excessive rains in i poartts of DeSoto county Bran as Poultry Food.A .
have jjrently benefited vegetation
For the Week Ending August 7th. the uplands but gave too much' moisture on- mess of bran is always beneficial. 1 !,

1803. in places for vegetation In the Hatwoods. Bran contains more phosphates and

i! Newly planted trees were grist mineral matter than the ground grain,
Excepting the unusually heavy rains I ly enefited! I b'y; the heavy rain"*,. Th* and it also assists in regulating the
reported l by a few corrittpomlvi there
( u lakes arc gniduallv .filling up. Hi ,:hwttemjK'rature
were no very decided deKU'.iiru| 's fro.u ) Ul; lowest, 7:1: ; mean, 82; bowels, especially when a small quantity
normal meteorological condition during average rainfall, 2.05: inche of linseed meal is given with it,

the week. The rainfall averaged K. It. DBMAIN, Director.) but in the summer season a mess three : Lt N
slightly above normal, was badly distributed
and ranged in measured- Jacksonville Ha.. Aug.. 8, 1893.' times a week may be allowed only.

amounts from .02( of an inch at Georgiaua Eureka Ineooticido
Brevard county, to .7O inches at Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: i ing in a trough, or it may be sprinkledover

Avon Park, Do. tocouuty.ThundenstormK potatoes or turnips, cooked. No
I feel it to IK my duty to the
northern and western occurred i parts of daily the in State the growers of our State to inform them orange that other grain food need be given if branis

and in some cases were acpoiniKinied by I ('.lrl..lhaIC a dozen largo sweet seed used in the summer season, if thefowls Shortest Quickest

high winds) of brief duration, doing no ling' trees of the"foot-rot" with Kenn'H have a range. In fact, no grainis

damage/ and by heavy rains which in a insecticide in the following manner : necessary at all, but should such
few 1 excised the root alit Jt fo ir feet I but
instance damaged
crops food Most
be Attractive
did given, let it be bran.
nndV8.8ht'l roads. The cratiire pot cutout any diHi!;i<'ed rootHI I removed -
all bark where .-. ... ..
averaged a little below normal; the gum uiw: exuding
greatest. deficiency reported occurred 1 in hack to healthy bark. I then sprayed Pure Breeds-Buying Stock.

the middle part of Eastern; Florida' near the nxts and (spots where bark huclltt"Uremo"t..l Now, that the breeders are overstocked ROUTE
the Atlantic coast There was less" than with the insecticide, using one
the time
the average amount of sunshine in the quart to a patent pail of water. I alsoHprayed to buy from them. IJETWEEK -

western and no 1)'ern) counties, but other I the whole tree. Never buy pure breeds'of fowls in the Florida Points and the North.

sections report alxt average amount Three applications two weeks apart. spring, as they are then scarce, and
and a *ow correspondents on the east etfecve! a complete cure. The wounds prices arc high. It is almost impossible TilE

coast report much. Crop. )projects continue commenced to heal up at once. 1 gave to pullets in the
procure spring,
trees an: extra fertilizing I
good. Cotton picking is cottonseed Florida Central and
progressing !
favorably. Orange groves look well. meal and home-made: hard wood as the majority of poultrymen sell off

The bulk of the i peach, peaij; and melon ashen, and to-day they are the thriftiest nearly all of their surplus before winter

crol>)>'l has been disposed] of. Guavas and trees in the grove. comes on, in order to avoid keep, Peninsular

trranht nro now in market in considerable MrlrOKP. IlIa.. CInA E. Wi LUSTS. inn them, and to secure plenty of room
quantities. Seeding rail gardens lias -------0 -- for their
regular breeding stoc'chence 1'1.\
commenced in wine of the southern 1*. S.-My impression is: that tho insecticide ;
counties is: not used strong enough for foot-rot they will sell at a reductio i biKE CITY MflCDN

Western District.-Cool and cloudy generally. These applications) Ix-gnn in from now to December. It is a ruleto ,

with heavy rrins in some sections; thun January, I 1802. buy eggs in the spring and fowls in i INN NTIiNNTfl

derstorms occurred frequently;little sunshine A letter mode of application would the fall. The cheapest plan is to buy ,

; excessive rains on 2d and :3d t did IK, according to Mr. J Mean circular to the fowls, as they will enable to TO -
some damage on low lands and washed saturate the ground from tho trunk to you
rolling 1 binds and. roads; too much rain the ends of the roots. become well stocked the first season,1 Nashville St. Louis and ChicagoWith
generally for cotton :and fodder. ; not This" may IK accomplish d (quickly and if procured now the cost will be but one chaniro of ,
much bottom crop on cotton. Fodder and economically hy forcing the spray materially lessened. nlw) Atlanta fur N J.W'OICK nlpt'ocre and KANt'UK
crop shorter than estimated in some ing nozzle 'live or nix inches into the .1 CITV. Tho Florida Central and Peninsular
due i gn>und at ink vials of two feet hRS nearly ill miles of truck running through
places to damage done by storm of sty, each The low price of cotton has filled tho
Juno 15th. Pastures good; forage abundant fn>ni the trunk to the end of tho limlw To/mrro /fof/ioM,
in some counties; local markets still and pumping the soil full of the clilutt..1 Georgia full of meat and grain ; even Stork F'arnltuUurullnlry.Ytrflon,
with peaches and ) but liquid, thoniighly spraying the tops of the wire-grass region has raised aplenty "'1" '"'' find Strnirkrrry IMHIM,
supplied (iK'art (Iran
llnnnnti and
have about the trees at the ,biime time. and some to 1'IUJ."I.! ,.,._ 11..11. rtuniiwlf' Country
ce3Sl'Clj spare..Topargrotltotmvrcla
_!_.__!.. w.. ... ; grnpc.-saro -;
njJCnll1g. rorK WIU ho scareo lit laf1s -- --- -- ----ii fhr.allrrr.Yprlny andOfhrr
of Middle Florida on account of l loss of Bad Results in Georgia. --- The fJrrrtl F'lur'.Ycrnrry.
hogs by cholera Highest temperature The 'itench cn)p has just I lnvii market Itnicltra the >"/r Country l t'luhlitfIronml* .. ,
05) lowest 71, mean 81 ; average rainfall Cal<
2.10 inches. the most discouraging pc)& illll'. The s PIs'i S SII cty of soils in tho State, and above all

Northern Dhdrict.-H:1inruJl slightly: early fl'port| 'nuKed' a large yield hut Runs over tho Contra! Rldgoland
excessive and poorly distributed. Temperature the t'un'ulin tMHame ahtindanL If the I Where It Is High and Healthy.

normal. Very little sunshine. farmers.' let the fruit ripen it was found II Prosperous town nil Its route and It offers
the best
Thunderstorms every day of the week, to contain u worm and unlit to hliip. ibemreguturbutleavetttlrerntnwora* tho Northern freight market facilities Nand for for any tho produce popular to
but of moderate intensity. Lightning The only other thinK to cle) was to slap I condition ihnti before. Tao liver' i* son if-
struck and burned a barn near Jacksonville them green, which naturally "uUCA! the ftko seat or trouble anti "MY FLORIDA HOME."

and struck an electric car in the I a consequence' there wits only aUmt onefourth 1 THEDYinut with Its spirited words and beautiful music
city on the (6th. The harvest of a fairly of a crop compared with last descriptive of an actual .Florida Home and
good, fodder crop i is: about completed. year, a ]portion) of which (did not net on it. Tntt's Liver Pills act of which full Kutten sized best up music in chwnnt stylo- .HU $pawn
Hay a good Corn freight and the pay directly that organ*cousins? .f r.o puK| ,containing also
crop. crop will 1)0short'o ) : growers all lost money. flow of bile without which tho bow aplcturoof a homo in! Florida and a hunting
estimates of a month ago, but it To way nothing of the CliMPJH] ointment of ullt care alnaj-u constipated rI'Jce.2:1o.: scene. It..Is mulled on revel it of 10 cents(tin
will bo generally sufficient for home tho boys who went down there for their I stamps Send,also to (pay for CII tho| cnso best of dl. rlhlluon'l

needs of "growers., The rice crop of Co usual run of husinenti. from Jeorgia. Sold Everywhere. free) and note tho towns on man its route. n (sent

lumbia court} .promises to IHJ the best! Philadelphia: Gnwery1'orld.. Office, 140 to Washington St., ft Y, A.O. JtACIONEiiO.I'! ( A..
ever made in that county. Cotton doing ........... Jacksonville "11I.
fairly well. Potatoes .promise a good Poors and Plums.P. -

since yield. the Trees I l'ginnin are making of a line growth M. Kiely, of St. Loni"" writer: A [EVAPORATING FRUIT] The Florida Central &
,; heavy showers.
Knoll many: Southern j ear HhipinTH{>> STAHL'S EXCELSIOR EVAPORATOR.!
Highest t temperature 9i/I; lowest, 70; at the low prices nrot4urpriM."C1 llest.! Cbear-t k Most Rehab) oa the market.Oat""cue Peninsular R. R. Co.
prevailing for ,.. .. .
. mean, 82' ; average rainfall 1.76 inches. their favorite, the LeTonte Theio free. Add Maki a.p.ntert.e..CIalar"IIL:
" Central 1)istrict.-lleavy showers iir. Offers to
occurred are abundant reftnons why ruling T ShippersThe
in some counties but the rainfall arc not higher.; The crop. throughout figures OWIING' GREEN Shortest and Quickest Route
was deficient in places. Light; hailstorm the South is* nearly twice as largo B ACADEMY
at Clenront, Lake (county on the 1st former M any I1ETWEEN
; one for thousands ,
of trees have H M line Grrrn \a-Op n.S. ,
no '! >enuure fil out normal Miulcmtent, ,careful tnlnlo .unMnn1lwl ..Thorough FLORIDA AND ALL
Rightly como into l bearing for the fin t << l hi lth hecontIwolutefrewlori POINTS IN
though deficient at from htulon*ta in the Indian nniformljr
river section. The However, a weightier argument in! the -Ial.. I "r ,:Z.KW14ivwJalm? Ilarl.3t.A.t'.r1a THE EAST AND WEST.With .
dry weather has U' -
t n big California
crop) now coni Improved I Ventilated Cars this
hard |>eting i in com-
on newly set trees and young.plants tho market-very, line liartietts-and p MAKE MONEY ,handle is better l"JluJ'JIt'CI] than over over to
in Holds Rain is needed on pineapple belling at tliolowwt prices known to ( tho Orange and Vegetable Crops,and
the Insure clone connections.
( recently fertilized CondlUoas oldest men in the trade. to all prompt despatch
All Eastern
havo tilings; con- While You Sleep. Market
for what few considered the lA J /
< well ..
remain Throll 'h nnnt in t1 AIIH.wwr'A.-.l8t.
crops_..L.. _... _!__to.. _IKJ_ t_ gathered. .. in sections. _! .1.-- 1The -----0- ---- -- --v.. "411"--
"UUIV -' aaWeiNN look I out ohango or delay.
.H. Urnngl'H Japanese| or STbN 'S
Kelsey plum tho __ _
fine and grass for hay is growing; nicely largest as) well as one of the llnt''t : ._ J Perishable freight followed by wlro and
some count Jen. Some truckers varie shippers advld time pnwlnjr various Juno-
are plantIng ties of
: .plums otferod to the 'public) has form Points and arrival at destination.
egg; plant and okra. Horn Sties are appeared.. almost daily on the market; EXCELSIOR All claims for overcharge and loss prompt
nnrong cattle in some places but j adjusted!
luring the
j past week from Florida The '1111N!
damage yet roltOr,t l. Highest temperature prices, }paid) ax compared( with figures jxiid See that your goods are marked '
97; lowe, 69; mean, 82; average for the most attractive California FRUITDRIER .. via FC..R.R.
rainfall, 1.33.Southern plums ..,. ;
a..r- L "-1EVAJJC'rA'f1'
were For Information call
very encouraging, and no doubt on or address the undersigned
District.-Temperaturo nearly the will Fiat' HAY
I normal Rainfall badly distributed. Kelsey 1 he liberally planted and :NIUIIT.fre lhta101UO C. R.: TA VI.OU, Tm v. A'gt, OcaU, VIa.
throughout the South during the upon app!"=aUoo.Ad.tn Wv II. TITK ,
In Dado next dWILLIAM lift Jen. A''Jttr. Orlando .,..
county light showers have few e n.
years. All other so-called M. IinUlKN.Trav.) A'irt. U* burV.
Blfghtly relieved the drought conditions. varieties should fancy STAHL p W. ic. 'U 1.1.HIt. Tmv. AV\ Fla.
tlu givo way to this new EVAPORATOR Or N. $.
\thava'provnlled there. Heavy and favorite wherever it succeeds.l QUUCYILL. w PKNNJNGTON. TrelHo Jacksonville Tanager.

W, |II. 'LEASANTSGeaeral YreJbt A,Y a.,








A Suggestion to the Pineapple I Many Persons are broken UCENT-A-WORDM COLUMN. ITo I

OUARANTEEDCEJREOR down from overwork or household cares.13rown's .
'. Planters. Iron Bitters! rebuildthoiTBtcm insure insertion in this column, advertise

Doubtless it is known to all the intelligent NO PAY.I I and cures, aids malaria digestion c..'"the genulpa or tile menu must be accompanied must not by exceed: the money.Advertisements any words.Postage .

of the Stamp received In pey1DtDLCount
pineapple growers Nothing Fairer Than This. every word Including name and address.

State that the markets of the North When we ay cure, we do not mean*Imply to .t. & & & -- --- -- j'j

have received and disposed of a good stop it for the time being, but a Whether quaffed $75.00.. fft $9fn UU*00.. can MONTHLY be made

many more "choice Florida pines" PERMANENT AND POSITIVE CUREFor f from a vessel of \ working. for D. F. JOHNSON & Co., Richmond Va.
than Florida produced. The wings Rheumatism, NenraleU, nrnprmto.llrailachr ---
n.lt<< ."n1lou,1111Ionrnre..S>rYOHstirMu tin, glass or gold ; 0 SALK-Noonan and Cloud StnawbenyI'lants.
of this peninsula like those of a sit- SIrrplr.utra.!' I m liloml. Discount on large orders. Bend in
and all ill Reuses" nrlslnix (roll) n dlsordrredLiver. Therc'snotbingso early. R. It. SMITU, Lawtey, Phi. S-ia-6t
hen covered and warmed
ting nearlyas
Writ for' Teatlmouial,uud --
many eggs as the body did. The Fire Ham pie Bottle of good for the young FIRST-CLASS Cloud andJNoonan Strawberry

records of the Jacksonville custom DR. RJvS.( LIVER, RHEUMATIC, or the oldasHires' quantities.. WM.. 5per THROB 1,000, Lawtey;lower,prices Fla. on 8>ia-4t large
--- -
house show that eleven schooner
CULLEN & NEWMAN f SAMi-l>ouble Carriage and Double-Set
loads, aggregating seventy thousand FOR Mounted Harness. W. It. l"OWKRI,
175 GAY ST., Knoxville Tcnn. Lawtey, Ha 8itf
dozen pines, were imported into this } -
----- - -------- -
city from the Bahamas and oilier West Cleaning Lamps. FOR SALE-Abbka and Golden Queen
now ready for delivery. P. N.PRICE
India islands during the season just I Every now and then the lamp needsa Olando, Fla. Ilox 449.' 8-1,-.t

; passed; all ot which fruit was sten thorough cleaning. The oil should c Root Beer l'I.ANT8-Cloud' ,

cilled on the crates as "choice Florida be carefully emptied away so as not tolea.c --- STRAW11HRRY and Seedlings tor

pines," or at least so marked as to any dregs in the bottom This A delicious, healthe Ready for delivery after August U. H.ijth.ALDKM Send, Law.
circular i if you want to buy.
give the Northern buyer the unmistakable can be put into a bottle and be kept giving, thirst-satis fl" tey Fla. 8-4-6t

inference that the fruit was I for cleaning. When. the lamp has fying beverage. A SUMMIT- -NURSERIES- -- --D.- --L. Pier- son, Monti

grown in this State. been well washed, the other oil can temperance drink for Fla. Large Stock of fine trees........ ; low
for earlv 1 o ni e
mice i : Soecial terms uroppostal
Now, there can be no doubt that be poured back again, and added to temperance;;; ;; people.A 1f) for new. tut. .4.tr J
till the reservoir is almost full. Before
this does much harm to the Florida asc. package makes 5 gallons. --.z KXCHANiI-$4ooo of drugs, k.oooworth
putting on the brass part that holds Sold and Enjoyed Everywhere. of building lots in suburbs oi Cincinnati -
growers. This foreign fruit was for a bearing and well improved orange
handled by commission houses with the globe and chimney, this, too, must grove. A. R. Tom. No. 463 W. 7th It.,Cin.,O.
be cleaned. The network 8-4.Jt
branches in this city. The growersof
that crosses it must be freed from all Knglishman, married, wants
country in civilization"haveoften : ... ... .. .... WANTED
every of
I and all of charcoal ---- ( trust or care orange grove.
been scolded by the commissionmen impurities, pieces Fully competent. Address A. II.. Oak lUll, JIta.8S.2t .
wick turned from the It BLIND.They
out edge. I.
as to their i ignorance and laxity
will then be found that the lamp will are blind who will ------ FIRST-CLASS Improved Neu'
in packing and. shipping fruit ; and it burn white not try a bo of 300,000 nan strawberry Plants for
clearly giving out a bright
was interesting here to see the tables sale; $1.25 a thousand f. o. b. N. S. Tlioif, *

turned and to see how commissionmen light. BEECHAM'SIPILLS Lawtey Fla._8-4-U

would pack and ship. The Mankind's Mighty Foe. THE FLORIDA STAR

wri.er watched the process several Malaria is responsible for half the of pub llrevanl! atTilus.IlletheCounty will keep you posted as Seat to

times and he found that there is a deaths of all mankind, according to for the fliorders *hlcharo what is countYi in the Great Indian River

painful uniformity running through Dr. H. M. Clark. From his experience Ufveatlon" out of Impaired For u the Country improvements which Is now of Mr.being Flagler.made famous Pull corps by

human nature in its less praiseworthy in India he learns that malariais \VeukMtomnebLon.stlpotI'Utsordered. of correspondents give the news Subscribe from every at
part of the River every week.
aspects. not confined to rich, low-lying soils, Liver Nlek Head- once and you will not fail to renew. Terms

Pineapples coming up out of the but is found even in sandy deserts. nehe, or -.Bjr 01........ f i.50 per annum.Tituiville ILLiftl, i la.i .). WAGIR.editor and
tike the publisher
nnd NerYflat ailments, | ... ..
heated and steaming hold of a schooner The negroes of the grain coast of place of an entire medk too chestCQYERtD -- Hxtra---Pine Improved Neunan

are very different from pineapples Western Africa and the Taurus of WITH A TA3TUCS3 ANDSOLUBLE 1,UUUUUU,nnn and Cloud Strawberry Plauta

coming up from Indian River in the Northern India are the only races COA TINtJ. guaranteed.for sale $1.25 PODUY per i.ooof.& PUNK o. ,b.Lawtey Good, Pla.packing

cool, ventilated cars. In all outsideappearances proof against it. Both modern medicine Of al. druggists.( Price 25 ceou*box. < 7.x-81 .
York yfc Canal St. ---------------
New Depot -
be sound and and sanitation are powerless in
they may ####### ###41'" SALK CllltAr-2OOO Iloone's batty Budded
yet they have been heated to the core, dealing with it. Suggested preventions FOR ; 2 coo Ruby Ulood;a.ooo Poster's Karly;

and will presently collapse with a are the flooding of swamp lands CHICKEN-HATCHING BY STEAM ties.3.000 Aurautlum Call on or l'om address toand G.all I.the. MICHAEL leading,varie Glen

quick rot. The fruit ought to be and the planting trees that will retain Ethel, Fla.. Star Hill Nursery. 7-ai-tt

shipped in steamers with facilities for water and shade; the soil-such as the ----- - -- ---

laid down and banana but not the eu- A tSImple.eaayofopr.uon.ei/ FOR SALK-Iarson Drown Orange, Carney
ventilation. It might be plantain 1 ttnaretuWe rullyguarartwed. and other Citrus Fruit Trees; all on
here in better condition than it is in calyptus. 41- ,.?'..*, 4o. for ulus. Ci a oa M e. G.a.Jkrul !sour stock, trained to stake. J. 11. TUKNLEY,
&Ca,Mlra,Qiucey.ill. UJUUTEVAPORATOR. Lake Weir Pla., KxceUior Nurseries. 7-21-121
New York. Hut whether it is ship ....riror/f HIM x
ped in steamers or continues to comein fly the new process (patented) for preservin : A GOOD ARTESIAN WKLL OUTFIT-WIlt
oranges in their natural condition for months. F R U I sell for 1200 cash,or will take a one-horse
sailing vessels, there ought to be This can be done 11 very .Mail cost ; we have I THE ZIMMERMAN mower for part payment I.. W. MUNSON,Geor
\ here in Jacksonville that oranges now In perfect condition put up in No Thtt Nlnndnrd MachineertcM giana Ma. 7.u'4tPKRUVIAN
some agency veutber, 'tf2, refer to Officials IacoCo. forpartii\ Dlff.r..' lit.. aid 11I.\ra\.4 C uloc.s free.TilEIILStelitIRt --- ----- -
l could enforce uniform and honestpacking. titans and sale' of rights Address M. IIFVEH: ) WItki CI: )..llarlaa.UU. YAM vine cuttings, 12 Incb long, ..
& Co., M. Leo, Paso: Ma or I>ade City, Pasco 1&u .; 1,000 1240;'.000, $Io..cx. JULIUS -
Co.l-'la. __ .I"I"" ScutADtcLlsacll, Grand Day, Ala. 7.861 \a.,.
i The Indian River Association wisely : I f r r.1iII"U i.
<* ** *
selected the Fruit Exchange as 400 to 800 budded Trees
iKtriKK: <>* : WIRE ROPE SEIVAfE.M ; Hogs or
4 their shipping agency, but the mem- wanted !% to 2-inch stock, (. o. b., nearest rail.
tiw station. FRED WAITE, Belleview, Pla.
bers of it have: objected to the Exchange GRADE JERSEYS. 'I road 6,246t .
handling Hahnma: pines. It --- .. .... KASS-jHUjHiIum' pl.llyfaul' ), Or
is possible that this is not wise. The Hull! ('OWK unit Iii'Ift-rr fur sale. i sx < LOUISIANA pasture graa.forl'lotfda.

; < I M Cuttings '1.25 a barrel, f. o. b. W.H. I'ownas, .
Bahama pines will come here anyhow, WAYKHIA FAH 1. IAHUI" r o., m niTnllaluiMMf. iwtey Fla. 624lotANIMAL

and some of the shippers offered their Flu. : 1' -.,
[ MKAL makes ht'ns1ay. Write to 1;.
cargoes to the Exchange and of i Ormoud, Fla.. for information.FLORIDA'S .
r course, they had to be declined, FISHBURNE SCHOOL i iw. RAI3IIIT. xRLLLQauoraWIRLFUletuctttculr' & PO LTILI' UI a.rrWlr.Id ---advantages--- for--small- -'investments- ,

though there was no written 'or verbal Ii tate Journal" Arcadia, Pla.f .
this. LOO per year: sample, with stale map. 10 cents
which compelled .
contract j AMisllOKO.. .HU'sr.\ 4-23-120

In the absence of a sorely needed
JAS. A. FISHBURNE, A. B., Principal. tfANCYPlGF.ONS-Bought.soldand exchanged.
State statute, to enforce the true Write for what you want. Stamp for reply
stenciling, no agency anywhere t- -: .. .rt.t -
that can protect the Florida TIFIC COURSES, WITH MILITARY . ..::: ... CONDITION POWDPK can be
::::::-:::-:-: .t :: r ....w .
TRAINING. rtti -- purchased at J. C. L'Ungle'a Drug Store,
'Wt ; i
PuAti-k 1LMr
against this poaching but the M s'v? .11t
growers f Jacksonville, Pla. 5-13-12
Exchange could do more toward securing Teachers of ability and experience. Careful ,
good discipline beautiful locution I A SAFE INVESTMENT. SALK for cash,time or trade orange groves,
this protection than any other training large ground, modern equipment- Climate: FOR and timber lands. I;. RUULKY, Keuka.Pla. .
on the ground. It would secure "Valley of Virginia." Reduced rate Write In thee days of big bank failures and lack of 3.n.a6t ( 1
power than
for July--22-20- -Augs-ia confidence everywhere, what can be better -
an honest pack and an honest Catalogue. --- --- .. ..- permanent farm improvement You knetr your .
stencil for all the fruit of its own ---- -- t rV&PH1DL. ('lr.ke TbIte, bank was all right but went early to avoid the* For Mal aria, Liver Tr ou-
/JM'.yI.4uMret.e4El.e rush and now what will you do with the money
I handling; and doubtless this wou d ttert.tered. P1te9 Jet.CuttoBbwp. ,. O.ert.er Tboreealke2.as ll<>ittia
soon comprise a controlling i part of v. .** .FftMf Ueda.mat er C.lakew). U $$ ( prove PAGE a ble4tjp WOVEN to WIRE vou. FENCE CO., Adrian BROWN'S IRON BITTERS

it. $. \V. ftMlTIL Lie twill.. .htt r C*.I'eaaa. Mich.



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The South is dependent solely its
upon 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
to MAKE everything equal.


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SAVANNAH LINE. Clyde Steamship Co.

'rime 53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and NEW YORK, EHHRkSTQNIND FUtylDR LINE!.

between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours.

iMEr j;L J '__ ,__


PO.AQO. : Rutr I 1

Between Jacksonville and New York: Hint-cIatM, $25.60; Intermediate $19.00; Izcunloa,1i43.50: ;;
Steerage, $12.50.
Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin $27.00; Intermediate $21.00: Excursion $7-30; Steerage, $14.23 u.
The magnificent Steamship of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: a

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.,

City of August.Tuesday, Aug lit, 7.oop.m both ways :
City of Illrinlncliain.............................. .................. Friday, Aug 4th.lo.3Oa.m (STANDARD TIME.)
Tallaltaaare.......... ....................................... ........... Sunday, Aug 6th, n.ooa.m From New York. From Jacksonville
NHroorhre... ... ......................... ............ ...............Tuesday,Aug 6th. 3000 p.m (Pier K. R.) STKAMKR Florid
City of Align. .!*.... ................................................ .. .Friday, Aug iith, 3.00a.m Friday, 29 July 25th. at 3 pm......."ALGONQUIN"..... Thursday Aug 3d.at 8:30 am
City of ItlrinlnRltMui$ .................. .......... .....................Sunday, Aug 13th, 7.00..m Tuesday Aug ist.at 3 pm..SIUUNOLH.! .. ...Sunday Aug 6th.at 1I.00am
T.lUha..*c..... ................. .......?.. ....?................ .... Tuesday, Aug I$th, 7.oop.m Priday, Aug 4th. at 3 p m."CIIHROKIU.Thursday, Aug 1olh,at tyoam
Naroorhr. .......... ............................ ................... ..,Friday, Aug ibth, 10.30 a.m Tuesday, Aug bth, at 3 p m."ALGONQUIN.Sunday, Aug tjth, at droo: am
City or Augusta .... ............ ...?............... .0' .... ...... Sunday, Aug aoth, 10.00 m !! Friday! Aug 11th,at 3 pm........"SH IINOLU" ....... Thursday, Aug 17th.at 8:00: am
City of Itlrmlncliam ................................................Tuexday, Aug 21, 2.00 p.m Tuesday, Aug Ith, at 3 p m........ "CltKROKUK" .... ....Sunday. Aug loth,at nsoa:: m
Til.liutt .. .............. ..... .......... ....................Friday, Aug 23th, 4.00 p.m Priday Aug lath. at 3 pm. ......"ALGONQUIN". ...Thursday AUK 24th.at ix-opra:
Nar mrli..e.... ...........................................................Sunday, Aug 27th, 5.00 a.m Tuesday, Aug 21,at 3 pm..SH.UNOI.R.' ..... ...Sunday Aug lyth, at 4:00am:
City of Augttftta.......................... ............................Tuesday, Aug 29th, 7.00 p.m Friday AUK 2Sth.at 3 pnl..CJlKROKJut. ..... Thursday. Aug 31It..t 73: a m
Tuesday, AugJ9that3 pm......."ALGONgUIN."........Sunday, Sept 3d.! atio:joam
City of Kavannah.................................,...........,.....Thursday Aug 3d 9.30 a.m 1
city or l\lacoon ........................... .... .. .. ..... ...... .. .Thuf'lldayAugloth. 4.30p.m
Vltyof".nRh."' ................... ... .. ..... . .... Thursday, Aug 17th, 9.30 a.m ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.For .
CltyufMaron ....................... ........ .... .... ........ .. Thursday,Aug 24th 5.30 p.m
City ut Navannah .. ................ .. .......... ..................Thursday, Aug jut S.ooa.m Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on


( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers) -- --
Steamers are appointed to sail as follows:
Iessoug. .. ............................................................Saturday, Aug 5th, 11.30a.m cc
..............................................I.oult. ............. .,Tuesday, Aug I3th, 8.00a.m 1 ",eJ..l.lacle,99
Dvssoug ................................ .............. ..................Friday, Aug 23th, 4.00 p.m Capt. W. A. SHAW. ...

THESE PALACE STEAMERS, Mondays From Jacksonville at 5.00 a.m.- *ta.nd, Saturday at 5.00 p.m.; returning,leave Sanford. Thursdaysand

Connecting with the Sarannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line), offer to the General Passenger and Tioket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jaoksonville
Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. M. II. CLYDK.: Assistant Traffic Manager Howling Green. New York.
Through Ticket and Bids of' Lading issued to principal points North ''Hast and Northwest via Til HO. T. IIUIIU: Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York.A. .
Savannah. For information and rooms apply to J. CO LIPassenger Agent, 5 Howling Green, New York.F. .
n. R. PRICK Sol. Agent. W. II. LUCAS Fla. Pass.Agent, 1. 1HONMONOKU.: : Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 88 West Day St.,Jacksonville Fla,
71 West Bay Street Jacksonville. 71 West Bay Street JacksonvilleR. JOHN I.. lIOtt'AUI), Florida Freight Agent,foot Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
L. WALKKR.Agent, C. G.ANOKRSON Savannah Agent J. A. LKSMK:, Superintendent, foot Laura Street Jacksonville [+1a.
New Pier No.35 North River New York. City Kxchange: Building, Ga
RICHARDSON & BARNARD. Agents Lewis' Wharf Boston.W. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,
L. it S. Third Street, Philadelphia.
,. Li.11AS11AGFN, }.astern Agent SaY.,Fla.k Western Ry.Co.. 261 19 Mouth Delaware A ypnim, i'liilmlrlphla._ 5 Howling Green! New York. -
A. DeW. SAMPSON General Agent W. I;. ARNOLD, Gen.Trav. Pass. Agt., Jacksonville. Fla, ---- --- TALIAFJERRO.
306 Washington St.. Boston. W. II. RIIKTT. General Agent, JOHN L. MARVIN J. P.
For Tickets apply to S.. P. & W. Railway office 317 Broadway. New York. President. Vlco-Prealdent
Cashier. Assistant Cashier.
CAPITAL $100,000.



Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General

Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .
Grower. INVITED.

1D Fi1CC'L'Ollstk31John
L. Marvin, A. B. Campbell Chas. Marvin,

BRIGHT, FIRM\ FRUIT that holds on until it is W.Jas.B.P.Clarkson Tallaferro, T.C.W.B. Rogers Roby, Judge W. M. R.Davidson B. Archibald, ,

; a strong, healthy, vigorous growth of ; Dr. H. Robinson. John E. Hartrldge.

both tree and fruit are the results reported by large W. A. HOURS. tST.UU.IS..I-U 1H75. J. B. DOURS.
and experienced planters in Florida who are using WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO.,

this popular Fertilizer. It supplies to the tree at the

proper time, in the proper form, and in the proper Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers

proportions, all the elements to bring perfect, healthy h hmaturity. ,
gg VV15-*'!? I3AY 4'!*., JA.CJCf4OIVf'VIJL( IJLrA
We Handle Only the Best andlMost| :Reliable Seeds. A Oomplo Stock of

GROWER are also special complete Fertilizers, Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal,

carefully and scientifically compounded for the purposes Cotton Seed Meal. Both Bright and Dark.
mentioned, and are extensively used in Florida. Bow.


combination for those requiring these ingredients.
Chemicals at market rates. 1ggert-Ailen Fertilizer Co. A NITRATE SODA,

Send for Illustrated Catalogue, Free. Star Brand Fertilizers, q pr MURIATE OF POTASH,


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These Fertilizers han no superior in the market and a trial will connnC'e.Se11d .
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Will loud; at Fernnndina about November 1, to bo followed It .
by is my intention to build a largo packing-house in Jacksonville
a second about November l provided{ sufficient support is pledgedto and I desire to obtain the opinion of growers of Florida
warrant: the chartering of two fast steamers) now in view. I oranges
particularly as to the advisability of doing this, and what support I can count
desire all fruit growers to write mo whether or not they will in the
upon event I do this. I shall bo prepared to receive tho fruit.
support the project to furthor direct shipments to England, as it is I' in hulk or in field boxes and pack it up in the best and most careful
necessary to have these promises in order to go ahead and definitely manner for the account of tho growers.

arrange for tho steamers. I request correspondence on the above two points, as tho time is
It is my intention this season to charter better steamers and} improve
( very short for the necessary details for carrying out this project, most
on the details of the loading of the vessel IJ and also to have the vital] to the Florida growers in view of the probable, ) that

proceeds of the sales in the hands) of the shippers of lots of 100 boxes will have to he marketed this coming season. orange crop, .-
and! over not later than three
days after the fruit has been sold in *
England. Address

I shall be prepared to make a small advance and to puck fruit

in Jacksonville should the growers desire me to do so. Further de- E. L. GOODSELL. .
tails regarding the project! will be cheerfully furnished upon written < .;
apI 1 C.ll' 103 Park Place, New York. '


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1a afflpa I Jcg{ ]west Railway go. USE ONLY MiUiufiicturt FERTILIZER I Itj the .

\ l"-' Joseph} II. Durkue, Receiver THE L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co. .


r N (JTdR.w.) Tropical-Trunk-Line NO OTHERS GIVE
t ,,,' Extending southward from Jacksonville, excel
,.. in equipment} and service reach all
.F, ,roll. ,, prominent winter and summer O. H. WKKKS: State Agent, Jacksonville Fla.
', 1YQ. No. H ItoAtuIck Itlork, Corner
Hay aml.Maln Strt'et.
Bend for Pocket Memorniidii (
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: '$ T S offKloridn.. ) Through-train service with Parlor 711 FTKIl F I 8 years ext>o- :
t' y Pullman, Mullet, and Sleeping-cars tV-I riencc in HorMa with 1
nearly all varieties of }
j/c/ u carry you through fowl<1. we have settled down tt o fi1
Orange Groves Fruit Farms on the following I\M the l bestsuittl !
to this climate: .1 I
4 : liNn ru nod If.Ihirml I."Ienrtnx. ,
,,,i. y Vegetable Gardens, and II*. /'. /lot'k., >.
.4t.II I linldru IFyo.otnta, '

2 a -S. Pineapple Plantations, i Sllrrr Spin iltrtllllnrk Itullun!lIu"I"r". tin turn, R r r ',
I t
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''''I'f"II..I..I" Ilarka.Itruutr :
k .. ar r.S',a.. i Phosphate Mines, .- T"r/o-"II.

"M,. r r.h,. .. Cocoanut Fields. FOWLS FOR-SALE. i iE- a ,' .


St. Johns River, -
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Indian River
y Lake Worth .
111 iz !Forming a New Route to POULTRYSUPPLIESOF
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Direct Line to TAMPA, PUNTA GORDA and Gulf Harbors. HENS LAY; YOUNG I t t i
purchasing tickets via Jnck80u"III-tI ".' ,
TROUBLE Tampa & ,
WI LL { AND By Key \Veit U')'. Semi for largo map of Florida, Illustrated I catalogue free -- ",,
SAVE TRANSFERSR. 'u by mail, with infonJUltionof intercst. to any aclcln&. .

O B.F6lrer.. Superlatoudeot. General I'aaaeuger Agent. Onnoiul, Fhu

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