Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00293
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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 19, 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: UF00055765:00293
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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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of the a1Pi& TO SEE

Well-Known Reliable Ten-years'-tested ONE MILLION N FRUIT TREES .

SATSUMA ORANOICS, hardy and Wilt take R. R.fore from bill or trees to all who will '
PHARS; all kinds, immense fctock. early. OLIVES and APRICOTS. 01 double R. R. fare. Come during fruit ...... come to Nursery and purchase to amount
FIGS and *<>it. To those who
MUUWRRIKS. of fruit and cannot come will send
FKAC1WS.60 cut ro e on of sample
varieties receipt toe kind
new and old. POM per to my postage: ,
HGRAA'ATHS. packing etc Fruit
complete of varieties large and
PLUMS best crop
i. Japan and native sorts adapted to Florida. Send for
CAMPHOR Samples and
TRHHS. what
JAPAN rKKSIMMONS varieties all tree you buy. .: to expect front
tested. TEXAS UMDRKLLA. Persimmons Peaches Pears and
tiRAPHS, good.upply, al1le-adingkindl. price.Hstonapphc.tion. Pomona Grafted Hoses.
PECANS, best Paper-Shell variety. MANOLIACRANIINLORA. Wholesale Nurseries.
Japan S very fine. ROSHS SO varieties Proprietor
We have other klnd.-Iotl of them-write for what you want. .J1"f'dt-"y_ JKfrt.
For five years [imst samples of fruit have been 0
sent free of
tion, and be HUB charge, on applica we have nearly alt '
yill year but ourexi>erienco and information DO YOU KNOW Important
as to adaptability to pJ nt }
your I locality is worth much, |||
nwre AY o have discarded I from our own orchards one thetropkandwarm climate*of 11)1111) world?
variety of which we shipped -JOO bushels in 1 and DO that the IIChcm just
1887. this is but one of the hun YOU Hortlcul-
dred**of varieties Uv>te(l. We have built our reputation in KNOW turit was already( |"VING| ||
on fine stock our A
wf Mite jfae. An Ex pome people t Florida up to FACT I
y -Governor of ) the times
Florida writes know this,and taktuQ
"... : "They are beauties, and tO! ad 0 of are quietly advantage of the
mirably {tacked as to shame novice getting rare plants of us. We opportunity .
a in the hUlSinl"t8.!; and Uti can supply Aloe Bamboo,
even who Camphor, Cin
to be uxpertL"I'rotnpt many pretend I ','J namon CofTc Ualbergia, Kxcoecaris,Hicm.OalUiQKc.
bark, llemp(:i&1It) Iron-
J. Jujube. Kola fx>rwood, .
( Mahogany
and careful Nutmeg. Olive Orange,
attention to correspondence. Prices Quercus, Rice-paper ttrych) ln .Tea, Pepper
Up s
fR* Addrws Catalogue /lrr ma, Yucca, Zingiber plants and hundreds of other Vanilla Wax-myrtle, Xylo-
Send fur our large catalogue,which tells
all boat it.
G. r.... r.i .BEJ.., .

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'" K DEALERS IN FRUITS. >*.. now ready to send out.
Wo respectfully licit fihipmcnts of Fruits and I Vegetables. IT CONTAINS FORTY PAGES
/ I Wo are now making u f ecialty] of ,
Woll illustrated, and has many useful directions for tho gardeners -

TEAPPLESand of the South. It will ho
sent free to all of our former customers

and to'any others who apply.
Invite correspondence on Markets\ and Prospects.Itoforenct .

Barr by pcrmi ion:-A. M.\ Ivot, J<:K41.t Jjtckwnvillo; National Shoo H. G. HASTINGS ANO CO. SEEDSMEN
and Leather New York; tho Volusia County Dank, })cl.ancl.o'IIL, and.th ,

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Contain a list and description of the Choicest and
-DEALERS IN- family, which we have selected from over one hundred different Profitable varietie var sties of the Citrus'-'
i in our extensive experience of seventeen years. We carry one of grown/and tested by'ua

Coal, Hay, Grain, \Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. Tho Largest Stocks of Citrus Trees in tho United States." ,

J'AOI.cMONVILLJ ;. J. LA. Send for drculara. Address.
R. W. PIe R CO.
ruici ---- onaset tint Lake Co.. l'Ia.
: LIST or WIIIMKKV. 0_ _

ctr."E".'arkpr.I Vnlley. ........................... 2 no 7\: J J.Martin Vlrclnlft. <;iH .le,.* ......S3 <>0 NURSERIES OF THE
H.rln&.all ')'...... .. .................. 2 AD Olil' llottrbnn ... 4 00 t

North Clifton. C.rullna Club Corn....................... 2 CO Old Krnturkv linker Sour......Mitr........!.t....... ......... A OOPJBH A 00 OO Milwiukee FID idl Dnqge CD.
Montro Velvet................. 110 oo
Habra : One gallon. 250. two gallon soc.; three gallon, 750. Remit Jby post office mottrj Selected strains of Choked Varieties ol' Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty. ..
order,fcrk or registered letter. We cannot ship C.O. D. to dry towns. .
A ttMsptete price list of Groceries, and Wine List, rent free on application. Our stock is large and complete. Budding-Wood for sale at all times. :
For Catalogue and PTce-I TRNTIOss. CORRESPONDIci.A. .
--' -- -. -- -.. ---,---- -', L. DUNCAN Manager, Dunedin Pla;


"tit tHMt \ being greater than the supply we had to jet our 'Ad." take a rest. Can now A fuVflino of the ]e1Ungarictiea of Orange& Lemon Tree at rock-bottoiif J
..tt.e: ftJn.um..IC't"j t of good trees; can alo furnish w few thousand other best varieties oo price?. Address
sMirl. "t 'Ing pikes. Now is the time to plant. Address

f. c.* A. BOONE, Agt.. DEER. ISLAND NURSERIES, i '. ;

ORLANDO, HLA. OaklHHil, CraRgc Ce., Fla.

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A good spraying outfit and a reliable Insecticido are as essential to successful orange growing as the harrow and fertilizers.-

Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower.


It is titxe on.ly Re1iab1e,

Surely effective and cheapest material offered for the destruction of insects. Its proper use will kill the spider,rust mite, aleyrodes, anguil- '

lulu, moving scale and fungus growths. It is u. sure remedy for the "foot rot" and tho:"blight" of the orange und the wilt of the pineapple.

It will not only prevent the oranges from rusting, but will greatly improve the classification of the fruit.

Spraying outfits in great variety at manufacturers prices.

Correspondence solicited. j


Jacksonville, F1 a. '

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the insects infesting the tree and k a fioverein
In the most effective compound yet discovered for destroying orange ,
free from all substances of a caustic corrosive or poll
remedy for the various forms of fungi on trees and plants. Being ,

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

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

satisfaction. References furnished on application.For .
given perfect used at this strength the trees should be sprayed for
Rust Mite use. one quart to fifty gallons of water. When
the Rust Mite twice a month through the season. Where labor constitutes the principal item of expense in spraying treu

full viz.: One gallon of solution to 50 gallons of water, ai the
it is better and cheaper to use the Insecticide at strength,
solution should not happen to touch them. In using tke
fumes from the Insecticide will kill the Rust Mite even if the

Insecticide at this strength it will save three or four sprayings through the season, thereby reducing the coat from one-
Other Preparation of Sulphur. If used in this manner It
Possessed by no
third to one-half.: This is an Advantage

will also kill the other insects that may be moving on the trees.
of water. General directions for using sent en application.
to fifty gallons
For Red Spider and Scale, use one gallon
Price 20c. Per Gallon, in barrels. If there is no agent in your vicinity, write for price delivered.

Spraying Apparatus. furnished to our customers at cost.

McMASTER & MILLER, San Mateo and Citra Fla.


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The Great Fast Express Freight System of.the. South.

and South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford;8., F.&W. Ry.between Jacksonville.Oalnesville .
The attention of shippers U directed to the Plant 8 S.Line between Havana. Key West and Steamship Tampa Mae between Savannah, Philadelphia, Boston and New York and Merchants and Miners
and Ocean
Bainbridge. River Junction and Savannah;Savannah and Charleston, fastest and most prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest.
importation Company between Savannah and Baltimore. The best equipped
Receivers and Shippers Will Profit by the Following Unparalleled Connections .
i SOUTH nouyn.Double
SOUTHlOrA'l. and daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany Bainbridge.Jerop
Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany Jesup, Bainbridge and Savannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville Calla

Savannah. all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior and han and Live Oak, of New
Dally fast'freight and Providence. Pour ships a week by the fleet steamships the Ocean: Steamship Company .IUDF.'rem
Coast point,including New York,Boston Philadelphia*Baltimore, Washington leaving Savannah ,York(New Pier 35.North River)direct for Savannah Friday Saturday Monday' and Wednesdav..
Pour connections a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boaton trains, ,u,19 ana 36,
rridays Saturdays Mondays Wednesdays.. and Miners' Transportation Company, Savannah direct,making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight for all pointsin
Two connections a week for Baltimore via Merchants' Florida.
leaving Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. leaving Savannah Jan. From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co.,leaving Philadelphia Jan.",U,22,every ten day
Connections for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company from regular sailing day via New York to van nab.
5, ii, 19 and 36.Connections. leaving Savannah From Baltimore via Merchants and 'Iinen'TraDlportatioD Co., every Tn* day and Friday.
for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company making dose connection with 8.,P.&W. Ry.,for all points In Florida.
Jan ,. r1 and 7tt. I
for Steamships are subject to change without notice.
Sailing days
The Florida Dispatch Line tithe quickest and best freight. route:from all points North, East. and West to Florida. For full particulars,rates,stencils and shipping

receipts apply to any agents of the above lines, or to Oa. W. M. DAVIDSON, OeD'IFalleDce..Aft.Jacksonville n.
.'. 1'Uhl.lon Freight Acent.Savannah
,Traffic Savannah, Oa. F. It. \ ,
O. I- OWKNS J. II. STEPHENS, Contracting Agent, Jacksonville Via
K 8. KNIOIIT, Contracting Freight; Agent,Jacks tnvllle Fla.




fllORlBA. iT-GROWER It restricts itself to the young, tent! tender leaves, the duration of this tern to get out of order and to burst

der leaves, and usually to the underside stage would be longer. pipes on too great pressure, and for
of these ; and while the injury The male and female feed side by various other reasons which need not

, """""- caused by it is not so flagrant as that side, and it is not uncommon to seea here be discussed. As the open

S. POWERS, Publisher. done by other scale insects, yet the female receiving the attentions of trench system seems out of the question -

-- -TKKMS- OF KUHHCItirTION- -_ -- eflects of checking the growth are two males, one on each side. in our porous soil, we believe the

For One Year .$2.oo very noticeable.LIFE. REMEDY. hose system is the only feasible planin

In Por Foreign Six Month Countries... 3.00 i.oo HISTORY. Our correspondent, Mr. C. A. Ba a plant like ours. Our experienceis

tSTSiiltecriptions: in all cases cash in The attached small con, wrote a year ago: Take empty that every consideration must give
advance. No discount allowed 1 on one's eggs are by a kerosene barrels half bushel way to the matter of the greatest pos-
own subscription(except in club), but to stem-like arrangement to the under- put sible volume of water. What we
unslacked rock lime into each barrel
all : a literal cosh commission will side of the very freshest leaves, often is
allowed want ample water, we care not howit
l he on all subscriptions obtained the leaves are not full grown before put four pounds pulverized sul
by them. Write for terms. phur into each barrel and one pound is applied. If we need a spray for
become studded with
6 copies(and one cop free 6 IIIO'H), $ 7.50 they eggs, appearing concentrated lye, then fill each barrel washing the leaves and trunks of trees
11" 12.50 as minute white specks, becoming we can have it in the hose by
about one-fourth full of water to slack system
16 darker however with
15.00 age.
These may be either new or old, and The time required for hatching has the lime and heat the sulphur, thereby using spray nozzles on the hose, or by

may l he collected from any number of not been accurately determined, as causing it to be held in solution. By throwing streams of water high into

pOHtoflicca, if the remittance is in a lump adding too much water at first, there the air.
of number of had
part a we un-
HUII). The spray system is undoubtedly
is not heat enough generated to cause
der observation hatched in five
To subscriber club-raiser days I
every new or the the best for gardens, lawns and the
wt will send, stKiid, of Whit- after while the sulphur to assimilate. After the
jn> | a deposition rest were
copy like
ner's "Gardening in Florida. For two from three to five days longer. The lime is slacked, fill up the barrels, let where plants and shrubs would

new subscribers, at $2.00 each, we will I and hatch stand twelve hours and dip off. DC injured or the ground disturbed by
send,i postpaid,a copy of Moore's 0range spring summer eggs We refilled the barrels twice, adding the force of large streams. We are
with than those deposited
more regularity
Culture. the a half pound of lye each time, putting in the spray system for gardenand
Hates of advertising on application. during changing temperature
lawn uses on Mr. Stetson's home
Ilemittances should be made by check, of the fall and winter ; the cold then began again: with the lime and

; note. money order or registered the sulphur Believing the lime would grounds.
}letter apparently: checking hatching.The
to order ofJPAllMKlt louse about but add to the effect in removing the Thus far we have used only pres-

.. \'/> FKVMT lll o 11'lIt.Jacksonville little before young itself moves smut, we gently stirred the solution as sure direct from the pump, as our
Fla. locating permanently,
standpipe is not completed. From
where it assumes its scale-like condi we dipped off, and I believe the results
tion. There is less have justified me in doing so, this source we find we can, with
more or irregu
C POlle and Orchard, larity in the development of this condition for now after our heavy rains the smut sixty-five pounds steam pressure and

....- and hence in the emerging of has nearly all disappeared, the leaves ii2 pounds water pressure, apply

THE WHITE FLY. the adult forms. Although we have look dark green, and are returning to nine good streams at a time through
fifty foot lengths of hose and three.
had interruptions in the breeding of
Tho New Orango Post. fourths inch nozzles.
But how about the
bug (Aleyrodes)1)
this insect and have not been able to
Several of our subscribers at Archer determine the Ahl! now we weep, for they have re Contract for our standpipe has just
accurately exact lengthof
and elsewhere in Alachua been let to Williamson Iron Com

county turned in countless numbers. Mr.
time required for the growth of the
have of the numbersof pany, of Birmingham, Alabama andit
complained great scale like stage, yet from the informa Swingle, of the Department, told us ,
this fly troubling their orange tion acquired we are led to believe they were persistent, and we think he is to be completed by November
this There is i st. It is to be erected on the office
groves season. not that there are three broods during the is right. But we feel encouraged, for
much literature on the subject yet, as season. There is no regularity of the the flies seem to be only on the new lot, w, ich is about the centre of our

this pest (aleyrodes ciirifolii, Riley, broods, as this insect in all its condi growth that has formed since we groves. Its dimensions are 20x122
MS. is feet, and is to be of the best tank steel
) comparatively new not only tions is much influenced by sprayed, and we shall proceed to fill
in this very of suitaile thickness to withstand the
Stag but in Louisiana. We
changes in conditions of the weather. up our barrels, oil up our machine
compile the salient facts as to its life winter have and renew the fight; "if it takes all pressure. It is to be connected with
During warm days we
history from a valuable bulletin lately summer." the eight inch main by twelve inch

prepared by Messrs. W. C. Stubbs noticed adults emerge and deposit ..... pipe. This will give us double the

and H. A. Morgan of the Louisiana eggs.The Tho Stetson Irrigating Plant. volume of our main, provided we take
adults have
on emerging
Experiment Station: dampened white and are In an interesting article in The Irri- water in opposite directions from the
Mr. Arthur G. Hamlin describesat standpipe. Instead of getting only
THE EGG. rather inactive, merely crawling from gator
This is 3 l1un.i in length and i mm. place to place. In the course of an great length the irrigating plant I nine streams, as at present, by direct

in width; light in color, turning dark hour or two they become dry and which Mr. John B. Stetson has put pressure from the pump, we shall
eighteen, one-half on either side
time white and It is in for his extensive system of roves
grey as hatching approaches. soon begin mating. of the standpipe. While this
When magnified, shows a flm) -like not long after the female emerges at DeLand. There is an engine of greater
capacity was a consideration in determining
covering arranged in hexagons and on before she commences depositing her eighty horse power; a Worthingtonpump -
the erection of
the freshly deposited eggs has. a red. eggs. The time will vary from twelveto with a capacity of 860 gallons standpipe,
was only one
dish appearance, but turns light as the twenty-four hours. per minute; about twenty miles of among many.Ve
use the water to mix with insecticidesin
eggs become dark.SCALELIKE. pipe, supplying at present 300 acres ;
H A IIITAT. 900 hydrants 125 feet apart, and all irrigated groves, and also use it
The greatest numbers of these insects the most remote one about 2 25 for fire protection around buildingsand
This, when full grown, is i mm. for household and barn
appear in orchards well protected miles from the pump. The pipes are purposes.
long and nearly oval. The young (from the winds. Closely planted wrought iron. At present the pump Consequently it is now necessary to
scale is almost transparent, but with have steam up nearly day in
Mandarins are very subject to their will throw water enough to keep nine every
age becomes translucent, assuming a attacks because of the protection they hosemen at work, and it is believed the year, and this costs money. With

light yellow color. After the adult give. Under such conditions these that with a standpipe it will keep the standpipe it will only be necessaryto

emerges the scale remaining is quite insects become very numerous, so eighteen men busy. pump once a week or once in ten

light, and it is this condition which much so that during spraying operations Mr Hamlin proceeds : A question days, except when we are irrigating

shows the prevalence of this pest. in midsummer they rise from much debated was the method of ap in the spring. We intend ultimatelyto

ADULT. the .tree in such numbers as to almost I. plication of the water. It lay be- sell enough water to pay ..t least

The eyes of this insect are dark in blind the person operating. Just tween what is generally known hereas the running expenses of our plant.

color and in contrast with the white passing through an orchard and in the sprinkler system, in which the The entire cost of the above described .

body are very striking. They are any way disturbing the branches a water is reduced to a spray by means plant when completed will be

constricted near the middle, thus give person's clothes become almost white of a nozzle fixed to a short pipe standing !I about $50,000.. _

ing them the appearance of a dumb with adult forms. in the square between four trees, -- -- --e-

bell, the lower lobe is smaller, how. From the (fact that the adult forms and the more common hose system That Seedling Charry.Turtle-back

ever. Each sex possesses two pairs of possess the power of feeding upon the through fifty feet of two-inch hose, by Scale.

wings, which when in repose lie almost juices of plants, the duration of this which fifteen or more trees can be Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower

horizontal. The front wing is condition is longer than the adult watered thoroughly from one hydrant.The I send you another small can of the

larger ano contains a central vein male of sub family Diaspinai. Adults latter plan was adopted be. cherries to convince you that they will

The coloring of the sexes is the kept in confinement with food lived cause the former was found to nearly average fully as large as the Morello

same, but the male is much smaller from from (four to six days, but double the cost of piping, because of and will produce four times as muchto

than the female and is easily recognized it is likely were they allowed the greater volume of water that can the tree as the Morello will, as this

by a pair of claspers upon the freedom and the privilege to feed be applied in a given time, becauseof tree has produced from *fito 3 bushels

caudal end of the body according to their own choice, upon the liability of the sprinkler sys this year, young as it is. SevenTIlE





years ago the family who lived in the 1 I No one unfamiliar with it can ap- THE -
house at that time went to Virginia, so preciate the advantage it is to have an
the lady informs me, and they broughta I I ample supply of water always within Si B. HUBBARD COMPANY
lot of cherries with them and the a few rods of the spray cart. Insteadof :
seeds were thrown out and she thinks dipping or pumping the water into ,
this tree must have come from those the carts a hose is carried on each JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
seeds. Three years ago I budded all wagon, and it is the work of but two
the limbs of this tree to Kelsey plums or three minutes to couple the open HARDWARE AND STOVES
and all other trees that I budded with hose and fill a cart. At least fifteen ,

them took well. Only one bud in minutes for team and three men is DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH.
this tree took and it never grew overa thus saved every time a cart is filled. A.'V .ILL fJU1"PLI M.
foot long, then died, so I left the When spraying is done on a large Wo are State Wo Havo
tree to see what kind of fruit it would scale, as with us, this is no inconsiderable Agents for the '
bear, and the fruit you have seen for item. More than half the time One and TwoHorse HOUSE HAT RAKES
yourself.I of fifteen men and six mules is con t : In stock.

would just say that I have never sumed in spraying our groves duringthe BUCKEYEMOWERS II and fi feet ,"".1.
found anything in the insecticide line summer season. We hope by The 6 foot 1 II suitable
that will kill the turtleback scale. I another year a plan will be perfectedby "f \ y for use In

have immersed limbs with them on in which insecticide can be applied .1 rnnifttrtf *tork of ORANGE GROVES.
strong tobacco water and in brine so through the ordinary pipes and hose Moirrrii rtMillifjutlm
strong that it took all the leaves off, of irrigation plants. We understandthat OH I'rltft.lured atructory \Wrile' for Prices.

and in the pure Bean's McMaster's you, Mr. Editor, are seeking a WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF TilE FAMOUS"TEXAS
and Miller insecticides without dilut patent on such a system.In IA.I\TGE IP I* ows,"
ing, also in pure coal oil ; but they concluding upon this point I will A Full Hnf of Itrjnttrt for X..me.
came out of all fresh as ever. only add that our plant was not completed Acme Orange Grove and Two-Horse Pulverizing: Harrows, the Boy
WM L. ORANGE. early enough last spring, except Dixie Cast Plows, and a full line of Farm and Agricultural Implement
Manaville,FU. on one grove,to afford a thoroughtest of all descriptions. Agents for the Planet Jr. Horse and Hand Tools, sold
To tell the truth the second shipment of the benefits of water on orange
at factory prices. Send for catalogues.
was cooked and eaten by trees. On that grove we have set a
the wife and children during our splendid crop, and in May[ we had a
absence in J Jacksonville; but they all new growth equal to any June growthI
testify that they were as large as the i ever saw.Ve have seen the same
Morello and quite as good, if not bet. ; result attained by others in former seasons
ter. There are few fruits which are while crops were light on sur-
so acceptable to purposes as cherries, and the good' itis remembered that half the grovesin
wife is enthusiastic in praise of these the State do not pay a fair revenue, !
seedlings of yours, declaring that they that uniform crops of the finest early .
made pies and sauce as piquant and fruit are essential to success that water
with as full a body as any she ever applied copiously during the dry sea-
purchased from the noted cherry orchards son materially aids both growth and
of New Jersey. early maturity, and that the questionof
We say again you ought to propagate profitable orange raising is rapidly s: t
this cherry as rapidly as possible.If reducing itself merely to the "survivalof .
Florida can produce cherries as the fittest," it seems to us that our /II :
good as these with any degree of cer- costly irrigation plant is bound to pay i:. !"f- : .

tainty and regularity it will be ad. in the end.-A. G. Hamlin in The PLANET JK. HORSE HO* WITH LEVER AND LEVER WHEEL.
vanced several degrees in the estimation Irrigator.
of the notable housekeeper, for her -_oTempered_
list of good, acid, cooking fruits is at by Trees. IRRIGATING MACHINERYBOTH
present quite too limited. There are The writer has a natural windbreak
few things which the Northern house. to the north and west of his STEAM, HORSE AND HAND POWER.

keeper in Florida misses more than buildings, composed of second Carry a stock of Steam Pumps, Boilers
her cherries in their numerous forms growth white and black oak, the Wrought and Galvanized Pipe, Valves'
-her cherry pies, cherry dumplings, white oak predominating. As the
dried cherries, canned cherries, pre- white oak holds its leaves during Fittings,Hose, Etc. Estimates
served cherries, cherry bounce, etc. winter and the trees are of various Plants put in complete and guaranteed

and .... sizes, it makes a splendid windbreakand i satisfactory. Hand Spraying
Irrigation Spraying. shelter belt. This belt covers of description. Send for
Regarding the necessity and resultsof about one acre of ground: and is
irrigation little need be said by me. valued by the family more highly Catalogue of How and When to Spray.
Others in the State have had a larger than any other acre on the farm. Nozzles, Pipe, etc., made to order in our
experience and are better able to dis- During severe cold days in winter it machine shop.
cuss it. Unless rains are more copiousthan often happens that some member of
they have been during the past the family starts to leave home with
eight years, irrigation is essential to out an overcoat, and as soon as he
best results in our thickly set bearing gets away from the influence of the
groves. Even in wet seasons it is dry windbreak he realizes how cold it is,
during the spring months when trees and returns to the house and dons w qn
most need moisture in order to put on his overcoat before leaving the farm.
an early new growth to hold full Many of my neighbors who live on : ( ----_ 9 r
crops of fruit when the trees are the wind-swept prairie when visitingmy ;
blooming and the oranges setting, to place in the winter say that they e_ .
resist insect enemies which play upon would give almost anything if they

the foliage during the season of drouth had such a shelter-belt. I tell them ....... ,
and to facilitate the action of fertilizers they can have as good a one if they -J. -_ .. ... a "q
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the winter and
applied during spring. will raise it, and that if nature had ---- -
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now deemed essential to use insecti-- should have raised one that would AGENTS FOR
cides in order to produce bright fruit have anwered the purpose just as I VO"\.VLES' STEA1'I PU'S'S.
and to successfully cope with insect well.-Eastern Ohio Horticultural
All I.totter""Iwere" the Day they are Ilecelved.
enemies. Even if one has a well or
lake on his premises, the hauling of f ---- .....--- THE S. B. HUBBARD COMPANY; :
water is nearly half the work requiredin A one cent stamp will send this
applying insecticides. paper to a friend. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.



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Raiding tho Orchard An O'or "My God!" he exclaimed, "must a a steam plant. But half a loaf is better years the pineapple industry will
True Talo. man, an innocent man, thus suffer at than no bread, and if it will cripple undoubtedly have grown to such an
The first year after the war I had a the hands of a mob! Give me a gun, your resources too much to purchasea extent that the problem of disposing
friend near and dear to me, who set and I'll gladly die in defense of right steam plant, probably you had better ol the refuse leaves might be a vexatious .-
tled in Williamson county, this State, and my home!" put up the windmill. A tank of 200 one but for the co developmentof
and opened up a small farm. He It was of no avail ; the old man barrels will irrigate 100 trees or say two the fiber industry, which seems
had no money and no provisions; knew best. That night my friend, defenseless acres. In the dry weather of spring very probable, judging from the recent
both were scarce in the State, for a and unarmed, told his wifeto and fall when irrigation is most need- investigations of the United States
long and cruel war and blockade of have no fear, he would go to his ed, you may have to wait some days Department of Agriculture, as pre-
Southern ports had produced such melon patch and meet those raiders for another tank full, but if, within a sented in part by the Times Union a
high prices in clothing and provisionsthat and talk with them, and try "moral period of ten days you could get three few days ago. So the study ot the
it was a hard struggle to get even suasion: ," as they call it. He went. tankfuls you would have the prove; plant's possibilities in the way of pro-
plain corn bread and meat. He hada About midnight the boys came, six in irrigated. A delay of ten days is nota ducing an article for successful manufacture -
wife and several children and an number. He was secreted in the very serious matter. You might into various kinds of goods
aged mother to care for. He had no bushes, and waited until they came to have to wait two weeks or twenty daysto may well begin at once. Those who
corn to feed his team on, had to culti within ten feet of him, when he all at get enough water to go over the get in "on the bottom" are the ones
vate his crop with teams hobbled or once raised up and said, at Boys!" As grove, and that would be rather vexa- who will profit by it.
staked out to graze at night. Kind quick as thought they all took to tious. The cost of windmills and It is claimed for pineapple fiber that
neighbors had loaned him a few cows flight and could not be induced to steam pumps you can compute for constant immersion in water does not
to milk. Milk and butter and corn stop until out of the Arid and on their yourself by getting catalogues. in the least injure it, and the nativesof
bread were for months his only food. horses. They then raised a defiant the East Indies increase this prop-
After a while a few chickens and eggs yell and commenced to empty their erty by tanning it, though it is proba-
came in; meat only once in a while, six shooters toward the melon atch. The Pinery bly at the expense of strength. In
as a neighbor killed a beet and sent My friend stepped behind a tree near test of strength pineapple fiber exhibits -
him a few pieces. He had neither by and hugged it close until the war Edited by JOHN II. 1SKAC1I :Melbourne, superior tenacity. The fiber from
coffee nor sugar, and no money to was over and the boys all gone. He Fla.Pinoapplo Singapore bore a strain of 350 pounds
buy a postage stamp or a bottle of then went to his sorrow stricken family Oloth and against 260 pounds for New Zealandflax.
much needed medicine. The farm and went to bed-but not to sleep.In Cordage. This last named has been
had run down by reason of non occu a short time the boys, young men With the rapid develpment of the equal, and in some experiments superior -
pancy for several years, and grownup from 15 to 20, returned and spent sev pineapple industry in Florida, a devel, to the best English hemp. In
in weeds, fences torn down, house eral hours in the patch and completely opntent( that is opening up to settlementa the journal of the Agricultural Soci-
and barns dilapidated. On short destroyed it. Day dawned upon a sad, vast area of fertile but hitherto unproductive ety of India (vol. 3, p. 182)) there isa
rations, without aid, he went to workto sad household. I have no doubt that land in this State, there record of a rope of pineapple fiber,
fit up as best he could to put in a in after years some of these men told comes the opening for another indus 3}! inches in circumference, stand.
crop. By some curious accident the of this night's frolic to their childrenor try-that of the pineapple fiber and ing a strain of 5,700 pounds before
first year after the war was prolific of friends as a great and valient feat. the manufacture of a large variety of breaking.So .
the baby crop all over our Southland, My friend gathered his crop, sold goods from it-the possibilities of the day may not be far distant
and his household was no exceptionto out and left the neighborhood. He which are great, and can hardly be when cordage and cloth factories will
the rule, for a sweet little baby boy still lives, a respected man with a nice I measured at this time. be in active and profitable operationat
came into his home before springtimewas family, and known to many readers of The Times Union has been shown various points down on the east
fully entered. A sick wife at Texas Farm and Ranch, while four out by a young lady of this city a sampleof coast, in Dade county and in the
such a time and under such privation of six of those vagabond boys served pineapple fiber cloth which came lower peninsula-in fact, whereverin
.was an object of deep solicitude, various terms ift the penitentiary for I from Panama, where it is worn Florida first class transportation
But God bless woman, His best giftto theft. This is a true story, and not I quite extensively, especially as a ma- facilities shall have developed the
man, her abnegation, uncom exaggerated in the least. terial for ladies' dresses, although pineapple fruit industry' to such an
plaining resignation and noble heroism The above, which we take from equally well adapted for men's thin extent that fiber manufacture is war-
are worthy of all praise, and she our Texas contemporary, has its parallel coats, etc. This particular sample is ranted, and the cloth and cordage can
was all of this. An early watermelon in Florida, not so much from black in color, with very narrow be gotton to market quickly and
patch was the only hope for a little the cowboys as (from the brother in stripes of white silk running throughit cheaply.Times-Union.
early money to buy a few comfortsfor black. An orange grove is some- about half or three-quarters of an ......
wife and baby. How eagerly the times caused to be worth $100 an inch apart. It is as thin as giuze Tobacco Stems for Wood Lico.
melons were watched day by day as acre less than it should be on account so thin that, when it is held to the Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower;
they grew and began to ripen. The of the thieveries of the neigh. eye, passing objects can be seen I have just read in your issue of
husband's heart was so proud to I borhood niggers. The State does not through it with almost natural dis July 29th, the statement of L. A.
think that in one more week he would I. make the punishment for this crimeas tinctness; yet it is remarkably tough Bringier in regard to wood lice at-
be able to take a load of melons to severe as it ought to be. The and firm, easily worked, holds its tacking his ten year old tree.
town and from its sale buy many long statute of 1868 provides an imprisonment shape readily in garments, and must. He says there is no decaying wood
needed comforts for wife and baby. of three months and a fine not be very durable, as well as cool. It about the tree; not even any mulch-
But alas I vain hope. One morninghe exceeding $100 ; the statute of 1877 can ot course be made in all colors ing.
made his usual round to see how increased those limits to three years and in a great variety of {patterns for He also speaks of drawing the dirt
the crop was doing, and to his horror and $500; but still the offence is onlya dress goods, as well as in different away and pulling off all loose bark.
nearly every melon in the patch as trespass, whereas it ought to be a weights and designs for men's wear. This loose bark would seem to indicate
large as a man's head, none fully ripe, felony. The Times Union learns that this foot-rot, and the termites are
were cut open and here and there. t > pineapple cloth is worn very generallyin probably attracted by the decayingbark
sampled, none fit to eat He knew Windmills and Irrigation.Editor the countries of Central America, caused by the foot-rot. Much
well who did it, for some cattlemenwere Farmer aud Fruit Grower: Mexico and the West Indies, althoughits has been said in your paper about the
herding stock near the place. Thinking that you might give me manufacture is probably confinedto various measures of treating footrot.If .
My friend was deeply enraged. He some information in regard to wind Mexico and old Spain, from( which anyone is troubled with wood
had sold his gun and six-shooter to mills I write to that effect. countries the others import it ; but its lice they can get rid of them by plac-
buy bread. He went to his near Do you think one of twelve feet weight, texture and variety of design ing a handful of tobacco stems about
neighbor, a good old man-prudent, in diameter, and two hundred barrel make it wearable for summer garments the collar of the tree.
pious, and a true friend-and told the tank would supply water enough for a equally well in the United First draw a little earth away and
. tale of his wrong, and asked the loan seven acre orange grove? What make States, Canada, Great Britain and the throw it back on top of the tobacco
the best satisfaction ? I continental countries. There is no
of a gun and six-shooter. The old gives am stems.
man listened to his tale, saw his deep situated between two bays three miles reason, therefore, why Florida shouldnot Tobacco in any form will do, but I
sorrow, as well as anger, and said : apart, so I do not think that there become a great manufacturingcenter find the stems are cheap and eflcctive.I .
"No, my friend, you can't afford to would be any lack of wind. for pineapple cloth as soon as first run them through an ordinaryhay
even try to protect your property Would )'ouadvise a mill or engine? the process of manufacturing the cutter, as it then takes fewer
rights. I know the boys well, and if I prefer the former if it will do the fiber from the natural leaf of the stems.
you were to shoot one of them the necessary work. Any information in plant shall have been perfected and In setting young trees I always put .
whole neighborhood would arise to regard to either will be highly appre cheapened, and men skilled in the a small handful about the collar after
ciated. CHAS. E. FiFIELD... manufacture of dress goods, etc., and
avenge it. They would kill you and they are set when I think there is
destroy your farm and probably burn Tampa, lla. versed in the art of opening markets for : danger of wood lice.
your house over the heads of your A windmill irrigating plant is better new styles shall have taken the thingup G. H. 'Wiw*)is.
wife and children. You can't afford it." than no plant, but it is not so good as and made the most of it. In a few Crescent City.



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J1 A 'tPtGI! {ER drill it in a little furrow before the the sides as at the top. Now, sup.. ., the hot months for September's transplanting .
FJ1 ] ER plants are set, turn a light furrow slice pose that, when we knew the droughtwas l may cause us to prefer get
""" ...... on it with a hand plow and set the setting in, we should haul soil ting the plants from the North, where
Strawberry Culture. plants the furrow,which is thus left a and fill the furrow or space between I they may be procured for $3.00 to
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: little to one side of the kainit. those ridges up to a level with their $4.00 per 1,000. We have been
Have been growing strawberries tops. This course would cover the more uniformly successful in importing
nearly twenty years, and in that time Non-RIdgiuff System for Potatoes. sides of the ridges and cut off their our plants. In growing
have tried many kinds. I find that if The editor of the Mobile exposure, leaving, say only about one plants at home, sow seed in June and
you have a kind that does well, it will agricultural foot of surface exposed immediatelyon July upon surface of ground and cover
be a long time before you will find the Register fall argues against ridgesfor the top. There could be no evap with board or damp sack until germ.
another that is better,or even as good, and his views crops sound at great length, oration directly from the sides of the inated, after which the plants will require -
well are : ridges because of their protectionfrom protection from the sun's
therefore if you have one doing In lands low flat and inclined rays
case 01 -
contact with the atmosphere, by lath screens.In .
hold on to it. But improvements are the for
to wet, ridge system
being made every year, and new kinds be all well but and as a consequence the only mois the South it is better to plant in
may enough,
should be fairly tried, and remember, potatoes in case of lands high and naturallywell ture they would lose would be the beds, and the system suggested( by
one season is not sufficient to bringout drained what are the ridges for, comparative little drawn to the general Prof. Massey, of North Carolina Ex.
the good or bad in a variety. My ? Who offer surface by capillary attraction. periment Station, has been found to
can a reason
rows are three feet apart, and set the able answer to this question ? Are The sides of the ridges would remain be the best. It consists in plantingthe
plants about two feet in the rows. I made with view moist, and that moisture would ex celery in beds five feet wide and
they a to securing a
try to get my planting done by the end greater depth of mellow soil ? If so, tend through the ridge from" side to of any length desired, leaving five
ot August, and find those set out at why not dig down for it instead of side, and hence would exist about feet of a space between each bed. In
that time to give me the best crop, and it ? the roots or tubers of the crop. On the bed the plants are placed in rows
laboriously scraping Really
do not make runners in the fruiting there sensible up the other hand, if the middles between twelve inches apart and six inches in
is only one argumentthat
season. In fact, I can hardly get can be advanced in its favor- the ridges; were not filled, as the row. As soon as the plants begin
them to make runners at all. Culti- the admitted suggested, the sides of the ridges to grow-the growth dependingvery
one by our contemporary:
vate them well, let them make what "Potatoes can be gathered more con would be directly exposed to evaporation largely upon the variety, fertilityof
runners they will. After the first when and cultivatedin and on that account would soil and climatic conditions-small
veniently planted
heavy frost 1 give them a good work. he adds : soon become dry and baked in a quantities of earth are placed aroundthe
ridgesbut, as truly
ing, thin the plants to a stand, so that "The main thing to worry over is to : drought, the effect extending inward plants, compelling them to grow
they will be about six to eight inches be sure of having the potatoes to from either side to the roots of the more upright, not using any more
apart. Can see no difference in the plants, leaving them without sufficient earth than will hold the leaves up.
amount of fruit when cattle lot man gather. should not be plantedin moisture to admit of a utiliza right. This supporting of the plants
ure is used. Cotton seed meal, potash,' Why ridges ? This potatoes question can be an- tion of the plant-food in the soil; and with earth should be done when the
or old bone is used, but there is a swered easily enough. "That thus the crop would be both famishedfor lopping condition of the leaves de.
great difference in favor of potash and ration of the soil which best conserves prepa drink and starved for food. mands it-but from three to five

. bone in fineness of fruit, brighter in i moisture to fall back on in time of No principle could be plainer. handlings will be found sufficient. To
color, and does not rot so bad as when drought is to be preferred," says our Level preparation of the land for the facilitate this handling and to guard
lot manure or meal is used during a contemporary. This clearly answers crop, and level afterculture, keeps against the getting of the earth between
wet spell. Use at the rate of 1,000 the question, as any reasonable per. the field constantly mulched with the leaves, the tops of each
pounds of acid phosphate, and 500 son can easily see on a little reflec earth the same as it would be did we plant are held together with a single
kainit to the acre. My soil is sandy tion. Presuming that the soil is well fill between the ridges on an approachof wrap of string while the earth is being
loam with clay subsoil, what is knownas pulverized, and is rich enough for drought. It supplies the plants shoveled in between the rows.
high piney woods. Ship in crates results, the main obstacle in the way with both moisture and elements of The time of bleaching will, of
holding twenty-four quarts, and have 1 of a fine crop of potatoes to be fertility at times when under the ridge course, depend upon time of trans-
the berries picked right into the boxesin dreaded, in the lower South, is possi system they would be seriously robbedof planting, growth of plants, etc., and
the field. Of course, you have to ble periods of damaging drought. Of each, while at the same time, it has in South Louisana, where September .
be watchful. The Nunan Prolific has course all know that drought is not the slightest adverse effect. and October are nearly as warm as
been the standard here for years, but brought about by evaporation. Fora --- ......--- July and August, it may be well to .

is now being laid aside for better and time there has been a partial_ or entire Celery Culture. defer the transplanting of celery until

more -productive kinds. suspension in the usual rains. The This plant, like the asparagus and the latter part of October, and duringthe
J. SctlADELIiACH. atmosphere becoming dry and cauliflower, requires extra attention cold spells of the winter months

The Florida growers think it best to "thirsty," as we say, rolls over the i in the South, and when this care protect the tender varieties with
cut off the runners as they form, for surface of the soil and takes up accessible -''is given may be perfected and made straw. In this way the White Plume,
they rob the plant and reduce the i moisture like a dry sponge,l 1 profitable. which is a very desirable table variety
future yield of fruit. There is no I carrying it away. In the old.fashioned 4 t The general crop of celery is of may be grown without interfere
better machine for this purpose than high potato ridge there is three or necessity grown in winter, matured ence from frost.
the small boy with his own knife. four feet of surface directly exposed. and bleached in early spring. :For By later transplanting we escape
o When we say "his own knife" we to contact with this absorbing agent, I this crop the plants may be secured the fall drought, which is a very serious -
speak advisedly I ,for he will lose knives and acted upon by i ii in the taking up I I in two ways, viz., (i) by growing obstacle where watering facilitiesare
for you as fast as you can buy them. and carrying away of moisture. The them at home and (2)) by getting them not good. The months of February
The kainit is well advised, as that potatoes inside the ridge are about tt from the North. The difficulty of March and the first part of
will prevent white bud. It is well to the same distance from the surface at: protecting the young plants during April comprise the most desirable



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time for developing and bleaching any dog that is caught chasing his fine mush, which is as effectual as consists of corn meal -
celery.-Louisiana Experiment Sta- sheep. i part, sand i
tion Bulletin. Now if be he Northern lye" part, bran 2 parts, mixed well together,
a man, or and the soil may be used instead of wet
August will do very well lor planting Southern, keeps up a fairly-good, decent ashes. In this process the nitrogenof Further up not too he sloppy or too dry."
seed in Florida. The kinds fence and cannot exclude the on says, "I do not like
only yet bones is lost, going off in the the habit of
that have been found profitable in these piney woods hogs, which are form of ammonia, the odor of which have them feeding whole oats, but
ground and
this State are the Boston Market and starved to the verge of ravenousness, is very perceptible in the tank used. Here is corn cracked.
Mexican Solid. is it to be supposed that he will standit For neither of these a good mixture to feed, he
? No Southern Northern he processes says, and gives *it thus: "Bran z
; or should the bones be burnt. The burning bushels
will shoot such caricature of hog corn meal tf bushel, groundoats
a a ; of bones is an detriment
unqualified bushel
Iihtetoc1 as he would the vile mongrel that J4 cottonseed meal
to their effectiveness which
can peck, ground bone i quart and sand
- ....... his sheep. only be undone by the use of sulphuric }4 bushel. Mix[ this well togetherand
In the village of colonists above re- acid.
Shooting the Razorback. feed in a mash.
ferred to, the same men who have 4. Bones steamed for three four
or The fool-killer has
Editor Farmer and Fiuit-Grower: shot such stock above described not been that way
as hours in a boiler under of
In your issue of Aug. 5th, under the have at the same time had goodblooded a pressure lately. Florida ought to be a good
35 50 pounds,.can, after drying, be place to raise ducks if
head of "The New Stock Law in they will thriveon
stock, for the use of which readily crushed in
an ordinary barley. sand in
referring to "A little the proportions just
of quoted.
village North.
they accepted when they could
pay crushing maching mill, and thus beW| have read
ern colonists, you say: get it and when they could not rendered more convenient for everything we could get
"But against the predatory razor- they went without. A little vigorous Practically little of the use. on duck culture for the last six years
nitrogen and
never heard of
back there is an irreconcilable hostility, of and lead the sand as a diet for
use powder
(glue) of the bones need be thus lost. matured
and not a few of them have been I or whole oats either.
quietly keeping of a better class of stock for Very good bone meal is found inV
laid to rest under the orange neighborhood use and the force ol the market at reasonable frequently put a tablespoonful of
rates. | sand to a of
trees. example are gradually converting the quart to be fed to
Stock of all kinds have privilege to keepers of such worthless feasts into ducklings ten days old. No mention

run at large in Florida according to strawberry and truck growers, to their J.Voul IT isM made of meat, or ground bone.
law and custom. When an individual own decided r. Rankin says he uses 12 tons of'
advantage. .
animal meal
into the a year. As he raises
comes State and becomes a There ought not to be questionof several
resident, he becomes subject to the sectionalism in this matter.any The Edited by E.W..........,...AMSDEN"""'-- ...... Ormond Fla.- -'" thousand ducklings it is presumed
laws of the State and the customs of better the farmer the better the swine Notes. he gives a major part to them. We

the neighborhood in which he locates. he will keep, the better and more The midsummer number of the always feed twice the quantity of animal -

When he violates any law he be- abundant the feed he will provide for Southern Fancier has just arrived. food to our ducklings and ducks

comes an enemy to all citizens; and them. No man, North or South, hasa Judging from its reading matter, I I that we do to other owls and they
when he kills his neighbor's hogs and keener appreciation than the writerof should say it must be located in the have clover hay for two meals each
fertilizes his trees with the carcasses, the exquisite flavor of the flesh o if second story of an icehouse, to show the day.
he is as much an enemy to that neigh the pure blooded razorback, fed and such good results in such hot weather Mr. Boyer speaking of duck raising

bor as. any thief. who steals and appropriates fatted on peanuts. as Major- Campbelldoes l We shall[ take for this letter its con in his the South ducks says, his neighbor had
10 nis own use for We withouthesitation young laying before Christmas
any property instance. say tents and criticize as we go.
whatever belonging to that neighbor, that this peanut razorback Michael I K. Boyer, of Hammonton and at the North they did not

and he should be-and isamenableto pork, without the smell or the touch N. J., is now secured as regular contributor i-, expect duck eggs before February. As
law. early eggs to hatch are wanted
of Berkshire Poland China all l
or on to its pages. His first letteris
Those people who object to hogs the length of its bristles, is the most on Market[ Poultry South. He says: their why can't first we supply the East with

running at large have a right to use savory pork we ever ate. But the "I see no reason why every State eggs.
any and all peaceable means to effecta difference between this-which is truegame south of Mason and Dixon's' line A BIG INDUSTRY FOR ATLANTA.

change in the law, but as long as a the boar's head fit for a Roman should not have a number of large and We learn that on September ist one
hog is property, they have no right to emperor-ard the same hog successful poultry farms. With such of the largest broiler establishmentssouth

destroy him just because he is a hog, starved all its life on a diet of swamp mild winters and so many natural advantages 1- of Baltimore will be started in
and has the misfortune to have fallen vermin and the butts of 1t.
saw palmetto which the West has not got t. the suburbs of Atlanta with a capacity -
under their displeasure; or because leaves, is as wide as the earth. No the raising of eggs, chickens and: of 24,000 chicks per year.
their fences are so old and rotten or peanut razorback will trouble the ducklings could be made a most profitable The main building will be 25x25,

so poorly constructed that no self. trucker's fence; he has something better business. For egij.farming at two wings looxto each, all to

respecting hog can refuse to accept on his own side. the South, all the heavy layers are be heated by circulating hot water.

the invitation to go through the gap -*-.-. good. The South is more the home of f The incubator will b= 25x25, and will
provided. W. II. S. To Utilizo Bones. such breeds as the Leghorns Ham contain 12500 egg machines. Connected

ThonotosAM, PI*.,Aug. 7th.We Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: burgs Langshans, etc., than any partof with this will be an egg farm
have known instances where In the next number of your valuable this country. Broiler raising couldbe started to supply a portion of the eggs

piney woods hogs forced themselves paper please give a simple process made profitable. Of course there required. Five hundred hens will be

repeatedly between the strands of f of treating bones to effect their would be drawbacks ; 'tis so everywhere selected to start with, and increased to

barb wire, only six inches apart and solution so as to make their elementsavailable but there are less drawbacks at 5,000 as good hens can be gotten.
drawn as tight as they could well be as plant food. the South than the North. This I say The hen houses are to be built airtight

drawn, with the posts only twelve feet J. L. DERIEUX. after an experience in both sections of f after an improved plan, and
apart. Any man who will keep such Lakeland. the country." ventilation will be controlled in sucha

stock running at large in a communityof Any one may with a little troubleuse Speaking of the advantage a manner as to guard against roup.

truckers is "as much an enemy this o all the bones accumulating about a market poultry, he says : With i improved To prevent infertility of eggs a reserve
neighbor as any thief." homestead in either of three ways, shipping lines there is very pen of male birds will be keep
If he is a responsible man, of f says a bulletin of the California Experiment little delay in getting the product t to and changed frequently.

course he should be approached in a Station. market. The cost of transportationwould We will look with considerable

friendly way on the subject; but if he I. Bones put into a well kept be nothing compared with the pleasure for the outcome of this adventure

persists in taking advantage of the (moistened) manure pile will themselves good prices that could be realized i in as so many new features are

law to let such stock run at large, then gradually decay and disappear.enriching the winter months at the North. The to be experimented with. A further

the owner of the fence must do something the manure to that extent. cost of building South is not morethan description is promised as the buildings

else.Native 2. Raw bones may be bodily buriedin one-half what it is North ; land progress. E. W. AMSDEN.

Florida farmers in the the soil around the trees; it placedat cheaper, climate better, I see no excuse .
county where the writer resides, rec a sufficient depth, beyond the reachof : for holding back." If
want to keep hen in
ognize the unwritten right, betweenman the summer's heat and drought, 'What I have so often preached i condition you for laying she should goods

and man, to shoot a dog that the rootlets will cluster around eachpiece : verified by one who has tried it northand have a full during the never It is

kills sheep. Now, both of these are and in the course of a few years south and is a man who has madepoultry well enough crop to give a light day.meal of

property, distinctly recognized as consume it entirely. But it will not a success from a practicalstandpoint. mixed food warm in the in the
such by the laws of Florida, and both do to have these root-clusters brokenup : trough but it should not morning be than
have the right, under those laws, to by cultivation every season. G. D. Johnson of Atlanta is another ,a fourth of what the hens
run at large. The owner of the sheep 3. Bones may be packed in moist contributor to the Fancier's columns 1- Let them unsatisfied require.and
makes no fence whatever-does not wood ashes, best mixed with a little! ; under the heading, "Does it forced to find their away own food i
pretend to do it but the sentiment of quicklime the mass kept moist but Ducks picking
; ; Pay to Keep ? he has a col I it up ,grain; by grain. This will
the Southern never dripping. In a few months the and half. Here is giveas
community, a strictly um a his ration 11 them healthy exercise and
community, sustains him in killing hardest bones will be reduced to a he gives it : "My feed in the morning f; 'MI I tion.TT1P good diges-


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Mate ]' eWs( mostly in oats and corn, and has, has received information from all parts stands in a furnace or steam heated
stored away for his stock a good supply of the United States and foreign countries house. In this

",",,-..,.... ....... of oats, corn and hay. relative to the quantity of fruit desirable degree way of moisture an approximately could be

Some miscreant shot through the But besides this Mr. Vick has cultivated to be marketed which justifies the secured.In .

body Osceola, the noted Jersey bull this year ten acres, four of them opinion that the orange crop of Florida many cases it has been found

of Col. \\'. I. Vason, of Leon county, being in the young orange grove, and will bring good prices the coming that experts have placed their pianos

and left him to die by inches. has the papers to show the following season. He says, also, that the Exchange against outside walls expressly to

The exhorbitant freight and express net proceeds : will handle fruit for the English counteract the extreme dryness caused

rates took most of the profits of b acres watermelons $425 oo market, to be shipped via New by heaters and steam pipes. Unless

the grape crop grown here at De- 2 acres tomatoes . 320 oo York, to be inspected there as to con the wall is of stone and without inside

Land this season. The fruit also i acre egg plants . 398 oo dition. If decay shows up the fruit lath and plaster, this is a perfectly

went to market in bad condition.- 1 acre cabbage . 130 oo will be sold in New York, otherwise safe thing to do.

Volusia County Record.It Small lots of melons, tomatoesand it will be forwarded. The whole time In old times, when walls were

is said that least egg plants sold in Tampa of transit from Florida to England plastered on to the bricks and the
the net returns for at the of about . 40 oo wttl} be twelve days. The circular wall papers had a fashion of hanging
this section the orange is crop letter to be issued by the Exchange in festoons, this idea, no doubt, came
defray the past season of going to Total in round numbers $1313 oo thc'first t of September will give explicit to prevail; but nowadays there is little

resorts North expenses and to the our World's people Fair.to And this too after the usual; experience inlotmation as to preparation of fruit occasion for such a precaution. It

-Vol usia County Record.A of losses by crooked commis for English shipments. Mr. Moreman[ might be well to avoid the rubber

sion men, and reported delays i in Wednesday morning on his return cover that is used in some localities,
couple of members of the Gazette transit.-Brooksville[ News. to Jacksonville.-Leesburg Commer although this is not as injurious as
family made a raid on the Misener cial.
After months of Canaveralhas many people seem to imagine. Dampness
place near the Tomoka
Monday, _.
--- more settle than
-- likely to rise.
and back loaded by refreshing rains.
grapes; Truly "the oldest inhabitant" has QUFupal and if there is a great amount of moisture
chiefly a small black grape which not Jiome
in the atmosphere the rubber
seems to be a close ally of the Zantean witnessed so dry a season as this has ... .. ..
been. that ... protection is rather an advantage than
currant grape if not the identical fruit. Orange trees have stood
the gales and drouths of For a Rainy Day. otherwise.
fine for
They are preserves and jellies. many years,
For Our Rural Home.
succumbed the
-Ormond Gazette.M. parching rays of
the sun and will need to be replaced. Making a World's Fair scrap book Last Word.A .
Neal, a leading farmer and fruit
Some of the oldest might be made a pleasant occupationfor
of McIntosh trees in the Burns young girl once heard a bit of
able grower call at this office, made yesterday.an agree His e grove (old Burnham grove) and in leisure hours, especially for the wisdom from the lips of a very aged
folks.If .
the the Wilson grove are actually dead. young woman-a woman who had roundedthe
gentleman who lately built a L For saccharine lusciousness all the best newspaper full of and with
house no oranges paragraphs term ninety years,
"up a tree. It is built
twenty elsewhere in Florida descriptions of buildings, still
feet from terra firma in the branchesof can compare people eyes bright clear looked out
live with the oranges of these groves. scenery, etc., illustrations, also, upon the inrolling{ waters of eternity.The .
a oak
large The
tree. butts
of three limbs all Wasn't it on the merits of this fruit, with portraits of the officials and celebrated girl was impressed by the em-
large spreading i in
diflerent directions forma foundation. Mr. Editor, that the Indian River visitors (even though they be phasis with which the venerable dame

This unique is orange made its reputation ? G. wood cuts), are combined judiciouslyand said to her, "Bessie, never insist on

and is the structure coolest place a summerhouse in that Quartermain says he dug down to the with good taste, the result will be having the last word." The determi

section.-Gainesville tap roots of some trees of his that something unique as well as interest nation 10 have the final word leads to

Sun. I died and he found the sand as dry as ing and instructive.The more quarrels and more bitterness of

It B. Peeler of this city has had the smile of a Titusville Councilman poem, Columbia," the opening feeling at home than almost anythingelse

killed by the railroads within the past t upon being joked about the condition address, the Fourth of July at in domestic life. The fact is,

ten years seventy head of cattle and of your streets.Titusville Star. Jackson Park, every published description that one may so control her tongue
five head of horses for which he has of manners and customs of f r and her that she allow her

received $950. He says, everything Persons passing along the north end foreign nations that finds a place in opponent eyes the pleasure of may this coveted

considered, he has lost not less than of Orange avenue have doubtless news from the white city," ought to concluding thrust and
yet placidly retain -
He thinks noticed the recent erection of tall "
$1,500. law should be a
a have "a space in the scrap book, t her own opinion and in the
passed and enforced compelling railroad fence on the prairie just south of the which would become a valuable
encyclopedia homely colloquial of the
companies to fence their roads. Webber place. This is the beginning of information for the majority where finds up-
county one strong-willed
Mr.\ Peeler has a list with the date of of the extensive pinery which Mr. of people who cannot attend the
people living in
the killing of each head of stock lost Geo. I. Russell is putting out. This great exposition. with the most pronounced great peace of
Gainesville Sun. new pinery of Mr. Russell will be six diversity
If begun in time it will be no very characteristics "do she's mind
as a
There is a display advertisement in i acres in extent when completed and laborious undertaking. I have had to."
the will be filled with the choicest pineapple such work in .
Orlando Reporter which says i in a contemplation, but the .
big capitals: plants of the Smooth Cayenneand two busy hands have not yet founds Corn Broad.
Abbaka varieties. Mr. Russell i the idle day to begin.
"FRESH TALLAHASSEE BUTTER, now setting out two acres of plants, The interest would doubt increase The[ following recipe was given in
the finest and freshest ever brought having erected the familiar slatted i as one would the model kitchen of the woman's

here." That is a good notice and shed over that area. He proposes as proceed.M.[ G. M.[ building of the Columbian Exposition,

one that reads much better to the soon as these are set to extend the -- ---,-a ,in a lecture delivered by Mr*. Rohrer:

average Floridian than the old story shed until his six-acrc tract has been Care of too Piano. Put one quart of water in a kettle;
about 'Western butter" and oleomar enclosed All of this enclosure will 1 at the first boil, add one tablespoonful

garine. It means home industry. be planted in pines of the choice varieties A great deal is said about the care of salt, and sufficient yellow meal to

The Florida cow has recognition and named, and he will then per of the piano and the necessity for make a mush. Cook one hour. At

she is here to stay.-Floridian. haps have the largest "city" pineapple keeping it from dampness, says a sponging time scald ,one pint of milk;

The new orange pest, the little whitebutterfly patch in the State. Mr. Russell has writer in New York Ledger While{ when lukewarm add one teacupful of
this is important, it is said on the authority good then wheat flour make
gnat, has made its appearancehere made pineapple culture pay him hand yeast; to
and is causing much apprehension. somely and is fully convinced that of a veteran piano maker, that a sponge. Beat well; now the mush,

petition is in circulation hereto there is no fruit that can be more more pianos are spoiled by too much just lukewarm,should be added gradually

induce the Secretary of Agricultureto profitably grown in 1 Florida.-Orlando dryness than are ever injured by any to the sponge, and if too thick

send some experienced entomologisthere Reporter. ordinary dampness that may reachthem. add warm water. Cover and stand
A too high temperature destroys aside over night. In the
to teach us how to combat it. As : morning
several localities in this Wednesday morning we had a the tone, while moisture mayresult knead lightly, using wheat flour, or
county are pleasant call from :Mr. A[I. S. More in rusting few of the
afflicted in this way, it is hoped that a strings.As rather beat in place of knead; adds
man, who is traveling in the interestof the
sounding the i
the efforts of Archer in this directionwill piano two tablespoonfuls of sugar; turn into
be fully seconded. The insect; the Florida Fruit Exchange, in the the important part of it, it may be seenthat pans eight inches long and four or five

should be studied on the general capacity of talking the Exchange extreme dryness has its objri c- inches wide. When light, or when
up and furnishing valuable information i tions. All of the
Gainesville Sun. sweetness comesout doubled in bulk, bake in a. moderate
concerning its facilities for ot the tone of the instrument when; oven one hour. This will cut down
MrT.! A. Vick has a small placeon handling and shipping fruit. At pres. I the sounding board loses its elasticand l like light wheat bread, will be moist
the old military road about one ent Mr.I Moreman is placing box material sonorous qualities. and delicious.
Baking powder
mile and a half from Plant City. straps and paper for the coming The same authority says it wouldbe be used instead of yeast, and bread may

He has nineteen acres in a yougrove ng fall and winter shipments of the orangecrop. much better to keep a dish of water made up quickly, but it must be baked

which he cultivated this yearl; 1 He informs us that the Exchange I' in the inside of the piano that full time and in single loaves.l)41 .


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C ood fiealth High Roosts. FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.

High roosts are an abomination.The ,

-""'- large, heavy hens can only reach '
The Drinking-Water of Florida. the high roosts with difficulty, and
An Incorporated Home Association Oranjro Growers for marketing Florida Fruit to the
Dr. R. A. Lancaster, of Gainesville they are liable to be dislodged from best advantajre.-AUTHUHIZEI( )CAPITAL. taU) tU).

t has seized upon a fact which. their position, thrown off and injured order.BOX Write 3IATI for price 1tiAL--Tho list and Exchange terms. is fully prepared to supply boxes' and paper on

seems to be of immense importanceto by the fall. Make the roosts

the health of the State, namely, low-a foot from the floor being sufficiently -:OFFICERS :-

the fact that the vast phosphate t high-and have all the roostson GEO. H.FAIHIIANK8. President. I). OKKKSLKAF.: 'lce-Presldent.
A LIIKHT.: M. IVKS..Gen'l Mffr.and Treos. M.I }'. TUHNEH. l Secretary.
deposits are necessarily more or a level, instead of making them imiKCTOHS-Goo.) : H. .Fairbanks Alachua Co.; F..O. Hill.: llradfordCo.t Ur. 1'. E. Pratt
less contaminating to the water like that is than the II III Ahoro Co.; John C. Lava Lake Co.; HirCnitchor.Oranjro Co.; u. Greenleaf. Duval Co.;
step- ; one higher It. M. llaer. (Duval Co.: A. heady IJrcV'anJ Co? F. a.ttamnson, Marion Co.; ('.V. Hilly er,
because they are animal remains.In other. Bumble-foot, lameness of the Nassau Co.; John M. ,Ilryant, fecoola Co.; II. Hutchmson, Putnam Co.; 31. 8.Moruman St.
health Johns Co; (I. W. Lancaster, Volusia Co.:J.C. Pelot. Manatee' Co.
Florida Notes he writes: joints and other ailments arc often dueto Address all correspondence to the Florida Fruit Exchange,Jacksonville, Fla Stencils,
"In all cities and towns which high roosts, and it is to their seek with full {tacking and skipping instructions,furnished on application.

have a public system of water ing lofty perches that young turkeysare --

works the State Board of Health usually affected with swollen feet BEACH & VALENTINE

should require a quantitative analysisto and legs. It is really doubtful if ,

be made of the water, from which roosts are necessary in a poultry-

analysis the State Health Officer is to house, as those who have tried the IMPORTERS OF NEW AND CHOICE

decide whether it may with safety be experiment of providing litter for the

used by the public. Where the analysis hens, and cleaning it away daily, report Pineapple Plants from the West Indies

shows that the water is unfit for that the hens keep in much bet

use let the State Health Officer condemn ter condition, being less liable to

it and if necessary compel the draughts of air and are seldom lame.It Correspondence solicited.

authorities to seek elsewhere for a is an experiment worthy of a trial,

better supply. as the removal of the roosts will render MELBOURNE, FLA.

"The phosphate deposits which cover the interior of a poultryhousemore .
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.so large a portion of certain sectionsof roomy and convenient. H.
Geo. S. Hacker & Son
our State are the remains-we are Jacobs in Farm and Fireside. Nerve J Blood ,

taught-of animal matter. Is not the .- -*...-_ MAIfUrACTCKERS OF
water percolating through this de Lot Your Hens Sit Tonic A2Buider! w CD.r

posit likely to find enough soluble Better results are obtained from .c J BriBBl '=
matter to render it very unwholesome? bens that are allowed to sit than when I 1 :ac :Ito

That this is a fact I think I have clinical they are prevented (from incubating. w i VllllHII -.

demonstration bat more of( this When the hen goes on her nest to sit

another time." she does so for the purpose of using V Vto 3:

Doctrinaires- -.and-- Doctors. the fat of her body to impart heat to 4 s Rend for 0C

the and she seldom leaves cSncr1pUnpam GO
eggs, as a
The following is culled (rom a letter bJet.
the feed she becomes reducedin -
nest to
from the of of the S
one now Dr. WILLIAMS' o
flesh by the time the are fD
defunct County Boards of Health, hatched. She also eggs rest and :SOt'. tfJ T MEDICINE CO., O .
and is quoted to show what a little per bo:. jMT SCbenectady,N.Y. -
As rule hen
thing will hinder some people in the recuperation. a a sitting o far I"J.30. and BfOCkTllle,Oflt.
fulfillment of duty: is nearly: always fat, and to prevent And Building Material.CHARLEIITON .
her from her in
sitting simply keeps a
I have found from
personal ex. condition unfavorable to laying. Thereare BENTON & UPSON 8. O.
perience and observation that more ,
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times however when chicksare
births would be if would
you desired. In such cases let the tJACKSO'1VIIiLtE, FIlA.,
leave off'the following requirements: FraudauasFruitWrappers.::
hen go on the nest, giving her a few
'Maiden name of mother, birthplaceof _
porcelain Do not break her
parents, age of parents. When from she will become IRRIGATING
as soon NO
a physician is looking over his books
and will but few
again lay
t at the end of the month with a view Consumers of Fruit Wrappers may
of making his reports he cannot an eggs before going on the nest the MACHINERY now know that they get an honest ream

swer these questions unless he has re- second time, but if kept on the nest of 4S0 sheets and not 400 or 320 sheetsto
for two or three weeks, and then ream us some! unscrupulous dealers
membertd to make of them
note at
"broken she will off in supply.
the time of attendance. They put off
until tomorrow reporting this or that excellent condition for laying, and Steam and Horse Power. OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"Printed
will lay more eggs than she would
birth hoping to member of(
see some have done if prevented from sitting, Wrappers arc put up in packagesof
the family, perhaps some miles off, 1000 each, and each Wrapper Is
including the time lost in incubation
from whom he can get these facts, and and she will not become broody until, Pipe, Pipe Fitting, Brass numbered, in printing consecutively
from 1 to 1000. No one can
consequently the report is not sent in.
she is in a fat condition again. Valve, Hose, Etc.
Note the words we have italicized,
--- ----- HONESTLY
"Unless he has remembered. Why ;o,.. WRITE FOR ESTIMATES.
should he loot have remembered to'' prices. Send for samplesand prices
Said the
get that data as well as to rememberhe r toTHE

had a birth to report? It does FRUIT TREESFOR JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO.,

seem strange that men professionally JERSEY CITY, N. J.

trained to exactness should treat the N. B.-Wo do not deal in unprinted

minutia: of these reports as matters of to himself, "If the ix SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write wrappers.

small consequence.-Florida Health moon I dwhenever get, 4'
for and price lint.JENNINGS' .
Notes.It I'm dry rowOthb's FfllR VISITORS
throat I could
occurs to us that the country my

doctor is right. What possible bear. vrct;The moon quarter is a -with a quarter Thoinasvllle, Oar HOTeL J FRENCH,

ing has the mother's maiden name on ar I hear; you can AltllKAST WITH Tilt TI3IKH.! HARVEY. ILL.
the value of the record of( a birth? purchase fire gallons Full course of infraction and modern methodsof
Of what is a statementof w of handling same: able and experienced teach* FURNISHBD HOUSE CAN BE 8IOURI0
consequence i era; careful moral training,and pupils(boy*and FOR THIRTY DAYS.
the birth-place of the infant's i young men)of correct principle and habits,are
parents in making up the vital statistics JT Hires9Root characteristic of Situated on the Grand Trunk and Illinois Cen
teal R. It. being:convenient to atop without go
of Florida ? Perhaps such points THE FISHBURNE ing into the City,and more accessible to the FairGrounds
have Meer.A "'.,o..horo, Virginia. than the City iuelf.
value but
may a remote they Delicious Electric light and other modern advantages. This U a three-story brick building,cool and
are not apparent to the rural physIcian ante.Thlrst qaenchlngiHealthUivlng Temper* Write for catalogue.- airy rooms, with first-class table.
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I Give a few days' notice of your Intended visit
and he ought to be educated Good for time Drink.of I "*'".ft. *W I and we will reserve you a room meet you at the
any year. ,
I .,
gradually to appreciate them and not WELLMACH'YAllltlHl. *** station and guarantee aatitfacticn. Parties of
toikrt Will four or six can have suite connecting if desired.
make calkms. Be and
ropeMed at the beginning by too much 5C.package HIRES 5 I jed jet 1500 1**!!>>/*?* American Well Work*.Aurora,!11.
tape. alto,Chicago,The;Dallaf Tex.;Sydney,N. S.W. CHARLES G. FRENCH, Harvey, Ill.


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P. O. Address Lawtey, PU. Editor. Mr. Reall asks what we cannot What We Have Left in Chicago. been," and go to work to make the

grant. Instead of procrastination as Florida has very little left in Chi most of Florida by individual exer

CONTENTS. to the tariff, the country needs imme cago-if there ever was much of hers tions.

diate action by Congress. Suspenseand -"- -
there-for us here at home to quarrelover.

G&OVK AND Irrigating OkCHARrx-The Plant; Seedling White Cherry Ply; Stetson ... 539 uncertainty are deadening to all What little we have to say on There i is nothing wrong with the

Irrigation and Spraying; Tempered by industry. If the heads are to be the shall be said in today apprehension.
Tree.. .. .... .... .. .. .. ... . .... 540 off from "infant industries subject more sorrow country except
chopped{ any than in
Raiding the Orchard; Windmllltand Irriga. "
tin.... . .. ... . .. . .... .... 541 let it be done at once, the For several days the citizens of this
TUB PINr y-Pineapple doth and Cordage; sooner the better, so that the peopleof State have been under the

Tobacco AND' Stem TRUCKER for Woos-Strawberry Lice ....Culture.. ...... 541PABMEK this Nation may know where they Florida had not escaped impressionthat even the ]VISltIets.

; stand. I his one of the evils of our N ...
Non Ridging System fur Potatoes; Celery great last humiliation of her .r
Culture... . . .... .. ... ...... ..... 542 of that when having space .-
system government one taken from her in the Horticultural
LIVE STOCK-Shooting the Razorbacks; To away JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Aug. 18.
Utilize' Bones... .. .. .. .... .... 543 political party succeeds another in Hall of the World's Fair. It .
POULTRY-Note*. . . ... ...... ...... 543 control it is so long before that control was so reported in the public journals,
These are average quotation Extra choice
OUR of RURAL Piano;HOUR Last word-Por; irn Rainy IIIead Day.;.Care. 44 can be effectuated. and it undoubtedly gained general iota fetch prices above top quotation, while' poor
GOOD HEALTH-Drinkin Water of Florida; --..-----+- credence because it seemed to be onlya I.emoulFla.lower., .... .............. I.jotoi.oo
Doctrinariea and Doctors..... .. .... ..... 545 Teach Them to Shoot. fitting finale to the sorrowful fiascoto .. Messina..... .... ,.. ........ 3.50
High Roost; Let Your HenSit. . ...... Pineapples,crate,very scarce ...... ..50 to 5.00
545 Every true patriot must feel at timesa which the good name of the State Pears, LeConte..... .... ........... 3.50104.00.
EDITORIAL-Auction Methods; Action neededat Kieffer... ... .... ............. t.ootot. o
Once; Teach TheBjip, Shoot; What We sentiment of has been subjected, though without .. .
strong foreboding as Bananas, bunch. ... .. .. ..... none In market
Have Left in ChicagTT.. . . ... ..... 546 he sees the dark cloud which her own seeking. Potatoes ................ .............. 3.75
The Apple Crop; CottonVed< Oil . ... 547 seemsto in s.bancllot. ....... ... a.jo
Weather and Crops; Plums in Sod Remedy be settling down upon the country, But the patience of Chief Samuelsis Onions. bbl..... .................... 3.75 .
for Smut; End of the World.. ..;. .. .. S48Ah1AzYGrapevines especially this Southern of it. The almost sublime. He has been i in sack... .. ..... .... .... ..... 3--
part Sweet potatoes ncw..........u...... .75
forbade; Licorice.... 549 evil and miserable race which the rapacity Florida, he went down to Lake Worth New York cabbage, each. .. ........ ..11Beetl.
.. last ,newpcr 100. ......... ......... 1.00101.50
of our forefathers, North as winter, he has seen the magic .. bbl ..... ... .......... ........ 3.00
Woather In Jacksonville.t well as South has saddled beauty and the prodigal fruitfulness Turnips, northern .......... ... .... 3.15
-------..- upon our Carroll,dozen bunches................ .15
d J.I civilization-the only one on earth, which this fair sky is capable of woo Parsnips ... .... .. .......... .35
t. t d"i-A.gDATL ing from this niggard soil-for Florida Celery . .. .. .... .... ............... .60 to .75
a b M ;I =" probably, which could carry this in. Hgg Plant*,bbl. .......... ........... J.oo
a -' a r: iAug. -i--i110 :: cubus-is making war on the chastity at its best owes much more to Tomatoes .. .. .. .. .... ............... 1.50
- heaven than Squashes bbl. .. .. ... ... ... ... .... 1.25101.50
I.... .79 19 85 73 II 19.0 0 1 10 of women, and almost every day the to earth. With a touchof CocoanuU.... ... ...........-.. .4.50
Aug 9.... ....79 777 8J 73 10 78.0. I the details the wondrous beauty of the Lake Peanuts best brand...... ............. to.06oi}
ADI'.18.... ...... 16 R,$ 74 It t9..s 0.10 papers bring us revolting Green Cora dozen...... .. ......... .12 to .15
AuC.II..... .... 78 74 94 74 20 Iy.O 0.25 of the hanging, shooting or burning. Worth region still lingering in his Peaches, free, bu.... ........... .... 9.75
Au<<.12...... ..78 80 :1 4 19 83.5 0.01) of malefactor Chief Samuels has waited. .' cling bu.................... 2.$')
AuC.I.1...... ... 94'4 120 8.4.0. T some of that race. memory Apples, Georgia carrier wanted.....
Aug.14. .... ....78 86 14 ,21 81.5 T It is useless to appeal to the better With a great patience he has waited Melons per 100....................... 8.ootol0.00 1.50
and Sweet Pepper, peck ...... .... ........ .25to
Uran ; .3 s1M:;: : ;611.8: 2.:so men of their color or to attempt our hoped, while the unworthy children Grapes 5-basket. .. .......... .13

of Florida have .. .... .... ...... .
E. K. DKMAIN, Ola&'rver. selves to educate the race out of this voted and re Io-Ib" .oto .50
... ....
Scuppetnong, bu. .7S to 1.00
a.- bestiality-as useless as it is to lectureour scinded; held meetings and passed Guavas, 3-pet IC box .... .... ........... 1.50
resolutions '"sent carloads of Okra peck .. .. .. .... ........... .1510 .15
Auction Mothods. own countrymen, who, whatever ; palmetto Cowpeas, shelled, peck. .. .... ..... .50
The fruit men of Chicago are in a may be their sentiments within the leaves and moss, and sand and muck; Green Beans .... .... ..... ........ 2.00

perpetual strife over the question of hallowed precincts of the church or sent oranges and sold them; set up POULTRY AND EGGS.

auctions close the home circle are as ready as ever tables and county exhibits and clan
open mill auctions. destinely carried them in Hens. . .. .. ..................... .35 to .37"
One party claim that "the greasy upon provocation, to rush unbiddeninto away the Roosters. .. ........... ............ .30
Greeks and that awful Presence which night. Broilers. .. ................ .... .*>
Dagos are a detrimentto over Turkeys, per pound ................. 16 to 16"c
a fruit auction, that they cheapenand takes at last all men. But all this has not wearied Chief Ducks .... .. ............... ........... .35 to .50
The volcanic Samuels. He has Geee ...... .. ........ ............... .50.
vulgarize it, that they even pinch spring of human kept Florida's space III,scarce. ... ..........ii......... .t7
and bruize: the fruit in the sample nature reach deep down, thousands of for her, though threatening several

boxes in order to depreciate its value, years, into the aboriginal savagery of times, so it is said, to take it away HAY QRAIN, ETC.

White corn, small lots....... .........
and that it is really to the interest of the race. In the presence of this un (We doubt even this.) He has kept Mixed corn, ..... .......... ....... t.ao 1.15

shippers of fine fruit to exclude all speakable crime, in this fretful American a candle in the window to light the White Dil l, ....................... 1.80Mixedoats
............... ........ 1.70
such cheap Johns from the auction. climate, that "Celtic fury" which contentious sons home whenever they stay No. i, Timothy, small lota... u....... JO....
The other advocate broke like waves over the legions of chose to come. Wheat bran small lots.................... 19-00
party an auction Wheat Middlings, per ton..... ............. aaoo
without restrictions-free to all. Both Csesar, and which we inherit in part We now have the semi official assurance Ground Teed, fresh (corn and oats), per sack
classes from will the of The Tallahasseean of 100 pounds.............................. 1.40
of auctions seem to flourish, our ancestry, sweep away which I Peed meal, in sacks of 100 pounds, per ton. 13.00
showing that there are who black fiend out of life as resistlessly as is near the Governor, that Chief; Rice flour per cwt.......................... .90 l
growers Pure wheat, sack of 100 pound........
have their preferences. It would a cyclone does the straw and the Samuels denies that a single foot of the Prepared steam cooked cow feed, per cwt, 10040

seem to be wise to maintain both leaves. Customs, statutes, sheriffs, Florida space has ever been taken awaya Prepared 15n-pound steam sack cooked......horse.... ..feed..... .. .. cwt....,. 1.34

classes, but each ought to advertise jails, iron bars-all these are a mere -: few feet of it were used tempore 150-pound sacks......... ...... per...... 1.50
PcarllTft., per barrel...................... 3.10
itself candidly and fully for what it is nothing. alriy to accommodate Nebraska only Pearl meal. per barrel...... ................. 3.10
either orr close. I Into what unknown sea are we that and nothing more. Flour belt winter wheat patent. .......... 4.00
open Flour extra fancy family .... .............. 3.75
.- -- drifting ? To deport these millionsof Upon the removal of Mr. Jackson (Half barrels,either brand 150 per barrel

Action Needed at Onco. blacks is impossible because the by Governor Mitchell, the Cotton extra.) seed meal bright per ton........... 24,00
most populous part of the Union Florida commissioners,, Dark or Sea Island cotton seed meal
iA circular from Joseph II. Real ,. on the ton ...,,. .... .. .. .... . ......None in per market
), which would have to vote the appropriations grounds, Messrs. Turnbull and I Pure ground bone, fine, per ton ........... 30.00
chairman of the last National Agricultural for the purpose does not understand Be nard I Bone and potash per ton.. ............. ... 33.. 0
appointed Messrs. A. German kainit, per ton .. ..................
Convention-whatever that was the situation. We mustsimply D. Roussel and J. H. Kreamcr Land plaster......... .. ..... .. ........... 10.00 17.00
-addressed "To the Farmers of the face that situation with take Nitrate Soda jtfc.per pound; per ton....... 55.00
to the Florida
charge exhibitsin Muriate potash Inc per pound; per ton.... 50.00
United States, lies: before us. After clenched teeth. Our women must be the Horticultural and Agricultural 1 Sulphate potash, 2C per pound;per ton..... 33.00
.... .. ,. ....
the Sulphate potash 90 per cent ? ? 45.00
customary preliminary burning of taught to shoot, and to shoot to kill. Halls respectively ; whereupon Gov.

incense before the farmers as to their' Every father, husband or brother Mitchell wrote approving this action. SEEDS ETC.

numbers, influence and power, Mr. should be as ready to teach the revol Chief Samuels has now stated to Mr. Peas.. Clay... .... ...>.....................f .9S
Reall Whippoorwill..... ..... ......; .... 1.Ie,
says: ver to the women of his family as he Roussel that the Florida space will ,4 *Ht* .VJL*V......*. **......*.. u..**..9*.***..*.. 1.00
"To the end that these important is to hold out his hand to receive the remain to the of the .44, Red Rippers.... .............. ........ 45
results follow II open people State Conch.. ... .. .. .. .... ...........
may it is advised that small foot vaulting into the saddle, or provided they will set up in it a cred M Split.... .. ...._..... ..........3.75. a.Tt
you address your senators and to instruct the fair hands in that Dean..... .... ............................. 1.35'
representatives long itable display by August 20. Mr. 44 Lima............................._.... 3At
in Congress by letter and easy stroke which will carry the body Roussel appeals to the people to do Pearl Cat Tail millet, per pound............. JOe
petition urging the of the German or Golden millet, per bushel....... a.oo
repeal pure through the water for an hour, if it by sending articles to him at once. Hungarian grass, per bushel................. 2.50
chase clause of the so-called Sherman necessary. Let every man train wife, But this is the veriest Rural Branching Dhoura per pound......... ac
White milo maUe I. ......
silver law that the aoc
compulsory sister daughter or sweetheart to lookdown Chief '* ...
purchase Samuels' letter was dated August Kaffir corn ...... tae
of silver and the effort to giveit the revolver barrel with sucha Amber cane or sorghum ... ..... JOe
8, and for a State 1,000 miles Alfalfa or Lucerne ." ......... JOe:
fictitious value may be stopped, an a cool, steady gaze that, if the dire distant to institute a "creditable dis.play" Johnsongras* ......... IJC
that all discussion and action the Gold seed rice (upland), per bushel......... axx
on ever need! shall come, the conviction in twelve days is a physical Genuine red rust proof oat* ......... 6oc
tariff be postponed until the next elec I and execution of the miscreant who Hence White seed rice M ......... I.M
tion for impossibility. we may as well Beggar weed seed per pound ........ ...... ,ISo
congressmen, so that the threatens her honor shall follow instantly write all over the Florida space" in ROCEJU FA

people may have an opportunity" t to upon the heels of the indict. all the buildings those saddest wordsof Butter gilt edge........................ .. *,
vote upon the question. ment. It Cheese, full cream .................... ,
tongue or pen, might have Raisin, L. L. box.........................'."2.2s uj/ .


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THE APPLE CROP.ALlRhtYieldintho crates are quoted at 1.00 to 1.25. Bartlett, COTTON SEED OIL. usefulness will stop. We get letters
.. ..
per barrel, 2.50 to 4.50.() Scooter, per every day from people in different
North.A barrel, 2.00 to 2.25. Dell, per barrel, ,.. Its Rapidly Increasing tfso for parts of the United States asking. us all

prominent advertiser of to 2.25. Clapn's Favorite, Up-R., per Food and in Manufacturing. sorts of queer questions concerning cot-
has ordered off all his evaporators in barrel, 2.50 to 3.00. Grapes are steady. ton seed oil and its peculiar characteristics.
the United States advertisements account of the N. C. Delaware, per 30-lfs.! carrier, 1.50 Since history began her unending labors Very frequently they refuse to let
on to 3.00. Champion, 10 Ibs., 15 to 20c. no vegetable product has ever be- us know for what purpose they want to
the Pacific apple) coast crop and everywhere the Middle except state on Onions are easy, Egyptian bringing 2.00 come as suddenly and universally popular employ) the oil and this always gets ourcuriosity
to 2.10 iwr bag of 110 Ibs., Southern as cotton teed oil. Only a few years aroused to a white heat. Sometime
Orange know how
light growers in the North.to We interpreta hat'etaken bring 2.25 to 2.50 per bbl., and 1.25 per ago: it was among the things undreamed ago a man inthe! East nearly putus
apple crop basket. Tomatoes are easier at 25 to 50c of; now it forms a part of nearly one- in the asylum by the peculiar letters
the trouble to compile brief state- for crates and boxes. Potatoes are easier, fourth of the manufactured articles the he sent us by nearly every mail. Housed
many : Jersey ranging from 2.25 to 2.75; Long housekeeper purchases of her grocer. blank letter !heads and there was no
Maine Indications. failureof
the in Maine point<< to a Island, in bulk, per barrel, 2.00 to 2.75: ; Unfortunately cotton seed oil gums way in which we could at first see our

I is this apple true of crop HaM wins. ; particularly Russets N. C. red sweets, 2.00 to 2.50; Eastern very easily, and this renders it useless asa way to discovering purpose with the
Shore yellows, 2.00 to 3.50. lubricator, but for table use, cooking oil.
are also a failure. H. S. Smith, a purposes and as a miner's oil it has nocompetitor Finally we wrof;.to some other business -
I leading grower at Monmouth, says he which can claim entire aup e- men in the cityj'rom: which the letters
has never had his trees BO barren fruitas ST. Louis, Aug. 14.-Pears, LeConte, riority. came and askeji to let us know
this season; he grows mainly the rus- M! -bu.. 40 to 50c: :3-peck, 75 to SOC; Bartlett Ala miner's oil it is particularly val.uable our questioner's line diem What
set. .Morrill: Crops are looking nicely l 60 to 75 per case; 1.75 to 2.00 keg; as it is as non-volatile as lard orgn'ase. was our surprise to team that he manu
but the apple crop will be very light In 3.50 to 4.00 barrel; melons, 8.00 to 12.00 factured this sticky fly which
paper! you
this section. per 100; pines, Florida, in good supply The experiment of throwing lighted have noticed in re.. auranta and drug
New Hampshire-West Milan, apples and demand, 1.00 to 2.00 dozen; 5.00 to matches into barrels of this oil has often stOfI was informed the other day

and {pears are a light crop. 7.00 crate; oranges, California Navels, been tried. In every case the matches that a gentleman in 'Charleston, S. C.,
Massachusetts-Apples will be a light large, 3.00 to 4.00; medium, 4.00 to 4.50; ceased to burn as soon as the wood in has discovered a way in which a substance
crop in almost all localities, many corre- Mexican, 3.00 to 8.50; Havana seedlings, them had been consumed. Like every very much resembling India rubber -
siM>ndents speaking of the crop as very ,4.00 per box.Georgia other oil, cotton seed oil will bum when can be made out of cotton seed oil.
I light, and a number of others calling it grapes have not made a very heated to a very high temperature, but it The new discovery will, if found practical -
a total failure. Even where apples set I favorable impression here. They do not has never been known to explode.As hoof a decidedly revolutionary char-
well the drop" was very severeand stand up long after being in a refrigerator a table oil some palates? prefer cot- acter, both in the oil business and the In-
still continues. Pears promise a fair car four days, and the dealers were ton seed oil to sweet oil, and when the dia rubber market. Scarcely a day
crop, though hardly up to the averagein numerous who lost money on their investment packing-houses of the country extractall IKISSCS, without some new discovery as to
most sections. Peaches promise well *. Some of the baskets are the oil from their lard they have avery the availability of cotton seed oil to meet
generally. This is hardly a general fruit leaking before exposed to the warm, at- small I percentage of material with some need of modem civilization being
crop in :Massachusetts, and many corro- mosphere twenty-four hours. Some shipments which to do business. made. I should not be surprised to hearof
ftjxmdenta fail to mention it altogether. of grapes that came by express So common is the custom of adulterating their making shoe leather, car wheels
Connecticut-South Manchester, apple from Texas did not fare much better. lard and butterine with cotton seed l or sailing vessels out of it. During the
bids fair to be a small one. Greenfield Indeed the of to date
crop offerings grapes oil that very packinghouses consider natural course of American events all .
Hill, at this station fall and winter were not very inviting to either dealersor it necessary to make any secret things are probable.-Times Star.
apples will be an average crop, in spite consumers. about the matter. There seems to be no .
01 the ravages of lice; pears an averagecrop. The very great difference in value or real reason why the fact should be kepta A well established vineyard with
between the native lemon- secret the cotton seed oil is said to
ruling{prices as will last for
. New York-Havanaf air crop reported; both Florida and California ..tock-and improve the lard rather than detract proper care twenty years,
Oswego, half crop; Lockport, light crop{; the imported or foreign lemon, i is certainly from its quality. Whether this is so or perhaps longer,,and it will prove botha
New York city, think crop in State is a timely theme for discussion.The i not, the fact remains that a great deal source of pleasure and profit.
light, but understand New England hasa difference is so great that it reflects .of the lard on the market at the present t .
good crop; Uushville, light crop; Waterloo severely on the home product, and patriotic day is made up of cotton seed oil and Hereford's Acid Phosphate
half crop ; Victor, fair show for motives if no other should prompta other more harmful adulterations. The Makes JeUdeull L.monade.A .
crop ; Middle port, few fall varieties; kindlier recognition the native prod higher the price the factories charge fora teaspoonful added to a glass of hotor
Wapninger's{ Falls, apples and pears uct by the dealers and consumers. Partof brand the fewer adulterations are to cold water, and sweetened to the
plentiful; Bangall, nearly an average of the existing difference must appearto 'be found in said brand; the lower the taste, will be found refreshing and Invigorating
apples in prosi>ect; Bedford, early: apples the average citizen as purely imagi- price the more numerous the adulter- .
abundant, but very small in size. Give the Florida and California ___._- -.*-.
Ohio-Clyde, short crop, poor quality; lemon a fair show in the struggle for ex- ants.Another article in which cotton seed "CLYDE LINE." fWorld's

Cincinnati, crop a failure. istence. P. M. KIELY fc Co. enters largely is eoap. In Cincinnatithe ---.'
Michigan-Cliarlevoix, Medium crop; amount of cotton seed oil used for
too early to predict outcome; Saginaw, this purpose is very much greater than Columbian Exposition
reports demand eels fair BO far; i Cotton and Corn. for any other article which is manufac- -

Weston, local will take entire I The Times-Union dispatches from Tal tured here, says the Times-Star. a WATER AND RAIL COMBINED.

erol.St., Joseph, one-third to half crop, lahassee, August 14th, say: Cotton generally Proctor & Gamble have a large number Charleston to Chicago and return (via
mostly late apples; Jackson, winter varieties is looking very well and bloomingand of tank care in which they haul cot New York)only $13.10.
failure, some early apples; reports fruiting prolifically. The increasein ton seed oil from the crude mills in the The "Clyde Line takes pleasure in an
give northern counties 83 per cent. of acreage is said to be about 30 percent. South to their factory at Ivorydale, nouncing that they have placed on sale
crop, southern counties 65 per cent. of which will largely increase the yield. where they refine the oil. Several of the Special{ "World's Columbian Exposition"

crop.Missouri The minimum yield is placed at 48,000 other soap factories use cotton seed oil in excursion tickets at the low rate of
-Total failure; St. Joseph, bales. If the season and conditions continue the same manner, but not to such an 1310.
lighter than last year; Weston, complete favorable until September 10, the extensive degree. These tickets will include first-class

failure; Uockport, light crop; 25 maximum yield may reach 55,000 bales. I The tank care used hold an average of berth and meals on the elegant steamersof
none to ship. Reports give state percent The monthly reports received at the 140 barrels each, and are kept lrett11 the "Clyde Line" betty een Charleston
crop, 10 cent. of State Agricultural Bureau indicate thatan busy during the oil season. The vast and New York both going and returning,
Kansas-Report* give I per immense corn crop has been produced amount of cotton seed oil which is year- also a stop-over privilege in New York

crop. Northern Arkansas in Florida this season. In many counties ly consumed in Cincinnati cannot be accurately until October 28th on return trip, thus
Arkansas- somewhat there is old corn sufficient to last estimated. Some idea, however ample opportunity
famous for fine and plentyof affordinthepassengers
apples and until November. From the same coun- can be arrived at when it is con- "

Benton them counties especially, is almost Washington destitute of ties it is ascertained that the oat crop of sidered that in the manufacture of soap MANY. POINTS OF INTEREST IN TilE ME-
the State is almost unprecedented. alone 20,000 barrels are used here annu
apple this season,. only a fraction of a TItOI'OLiS.
.II .. ally. Added to this is an almost equally -
crop being vbiblo. Notwithstanding the amount which is used to supply The route between New York and Chicago
noted scarcity, some fancy fruit is com How's This! the lamps used, in the brewery cellars. will be via the popular\ New York

ing from failure.there; Bcntonville state, almost that a We offer One Hundred Dollars re- Bakeries here are daily growing to favor Lake Erie & Western Railroad, well-
complete Reports seed oil for the cooking known to the traveling public aa the"Scenic"
Catarrh that the use of cotton
ward for of
case can
entire state will have 15 per cent of a any I,
and the West.If .
etc. route to Chicago
of sorts of doughnuts, I
crop. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. Private families have in some sections of you have never been to Chicago via
lowo-Waterloo, light crop. J. CHENEY & Co., 'Toledo O. the city become fond of the taste of cotton the "Clyde Line" and New York, try it:

Illinois Tennessee-Plainfield.-Medina,total about failure.35:) I per cent. We. the undersigned, have knownF. seed oil, and say that they prefer it you will like the cool ocean breezes and

of crop: poor at that. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, to the sweet oils formerly so popular never travel any other way.

Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, New and believe him perfectly honorable in with the public. cotton seed oil K lCIIRR
The American company IF TOUR
Jersey and Eastern: Pennsylvania, allproml6 all business transactions and financiallyable manufactures yearly in the neighborhood Or rod are all worn oat really good ror- .oth

good crojw of apples. to carry out any obligations made of 600,000 barrels of this oil, and is jucuirA'M Ins It II general ioy debility.HITTERS.Try

by their firm. always able to find good sales for its pro It will cure you cleans your liter, ana ,f7'

NEW YORK, Aug. 14.-Oranges areeasy West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, duct. The Cincinnati branch of the --a K'Oud appeUta.-
at 2.25 to 2.75 for Sicily and 3.00 to Toledo O. American cotton seed oil company; has
4.50 for Rodis. Jamaica, repacked, 4.50 always more than cleared the shoals of
Rinnan & Marvin Wholesale .
to 5.00 per barrel. Watermelons under Walding, commercial embarrassment and has always dSPRAVMAOL
fair supplies are steady at 16.00 to 19.00 Druggists, Toledo, O. found a safe port when storms

ir 100 for prime, and 10.00 to 15.00 for Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter. !i were brewing on the usually smooth Ti BY

poor to goal. Ipll'8Are arriving mostly nally, acting directly upon the blood surface of oil.
thing about cottonseed
of {poor stock and the market is 810at and surfaces of the "An interesting ,
1.00 to 1.75 per barrel, and 50c to 75c per mucous system. oil," said an official of the American A.HUBBELU.WttUrm .
crate. Le Cento from 2.00 Testimonials sent free. Price 750, cotton seed oil company, 'is that .Aftata. CXIOAOO.XU,
to 5.00 per barrel pears, according range to quality." r>cr bottle.l Sold by all druggists. there is no estimating exactly where its Writ tor C&t&1oCUI*&d Tjuatux' ov 8raTlx%



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WEATHER AND OROPS. Plums in Sod. Tho End of tho World.

Editor farmer: and Fruit Grower: The New Orleans Picayune thus

For Week Ending August 14, 1893. As a coincidence with the experience summarized the conclusions of the

The first three days: of the week! were I of Mr. H. M. Stringfellow as to weird novel by Flammarion, "The .

unusually cool for August, the daily deficiency pears in sod, allow me to state that a Last Days of the World," now run
of temperature l being an much similar circumstance exists here in the in the
ning Cosmopolitan:
as 4 degrees in some section Tho cloning
days, !however, gave' temperatures case of Kelsey plum trees. Almostall I "As the interior of the globe grows

above normal, making the average for the growers of plums in this vicinity I cold, the vapors and steam which, by
the week but Hlightly deficient. found that the fruit of the Kelsey was their elasticity, have inflated all the

The rainfall was generally above the so badly stung that but little, if any, internal cavities and prevented the

average except in the extreme southern would be fit for market or ever matureon shrinkage of the solid substances,
'portion, where a deficiency occurred.
The sunshine averaged nearly normalfor the tree. One tree, however, cease to act. They are themselves

the State. standing in a heavy sod of Bermuda condensed, and what was a vast mass

The cool wet weather during part of grass in the residence yard of 1lr.V.. of molten matter becomes a conglom Shortest Quickest,

the week was unfavorable for cotton, L. Cawthon here, near the house, eration of cold, burnt-out, shrunken
and this in connection with the damage where it was neither fertilized, culti. cinder, honey combed with holes and

done by caterpillars less makes than the cotton vated nor sprayed, yielded a full crop cavities. Into these the seas and all Most Attractive
prospects promising they were
two weeks ago. of as fine fruit as any one could wishto the waters descend, until there is nota

The conditions were generally favorable see, which netted the grower $4.50, lake a pond a stream, not a dropof ROUTE

for all other crops! and fruit trees. not a plum being stung. The question moisture upon the surface of the

Reports from some sections state that the naturally arises: "Was it the Ber earth. The population, greatly de- BETWEEN -

heavy rains have caused oranges to split muda grass that kept off the insectsin pleted by the catastrophes and co ,-

em and!.drop Rico, but harvesting this seems has not commenced to IK gen. some way?" Some readers of your vulsions that have attended these Florida Points and the North.

in tame places and many farmers are valuable paper may be able to solve changes, are (forced to draw their THE

now engaged in getting in their corn. the problem. water supply from great depths, and Florida Central and

Western District-Cool weather and QUERY.-In what way, if any, will even to remove to the deepest valleys,
heavy local rains during the fore part of droppings from poultry be injured as which were formerly beds of the

the week proved unfavorable for cotton.Caterpillers a fertilizer for fruit trees and garden ocean, so as to be nearer to the sub. Peninsular
have api>eared in some of
the western counties and are doing considerable truck by being dusted with an air- terranean stores of the most neces

damage to cotton. As a rule slaked lime daily and left on the boards sary of fluids. There is no more rain, vIA

fields located on the rich bottoms in the under roost three days before being since there is no evaporation of water LIKE CITY MftCDN

uplands have been eaten"out ami the scraped into packing box or barrel? into the sky. Water is too preciousto ,
have "webbed Elsewherethe :
worms worms have not done up.much damage A BEGINNER. be made into steam, and, there- AND MTLMHTI'
DePuniak Spring Kla. fore electricity becomes the chief mo ,
though they are at work. It is! the opinion
of exjKriencrd planters) that th, \l fall Instead of the lime, you had betteruse tor, while the disappearance of the TO -

worms will materially shorten the crop.All ( gypsum} or land plaster. The lime, seas has caused an enormous de. Nashville St. Loulsand ChicagoWith
are reported 1 to IK doing when air.slaked will have
even moreor velopment of aerial navigation. The
IKwlaJly but of ,connects
well, l +| I rice and jwtatoes. Highest ono change sleepers
less tendency to liberate ammonia, absence of all vapor in the atmos aim) Atlanta for NEW: YOUKant KANSAS
temperature| 03; lowest, 72; mean, CITY. The Florida Central and 1'enlnsular
81; average rainfall, 2.92! inches. which is one of the most valuable phere makes clouds an impossibility, has nearly TU)miles of track running through

Northern Dist.--Ten) slightly constituents of manure and should be so that the sun projects its fiercest tho TobaccofmtoH*.

deficient. Light and heavy local rains preserved. The land plaster will re- heats upon the earth by day, only to Hlofk Farming and Dairy' Ncftlon' ,
with thunderstorms were of f tain it. I'ntrn and Strawberry lands
rtMTllentoccurrence be rapidly radiated into
space at night, Orange, llunanaand 1'ineappie Country,
and the amount of rainfall
so that the climate is a constant alter I'hoMjthalf
was Above the average generally through tae tillrrr Spring and
out the district. The weather was favorable A Remedy for Smut. nation between extreme heat and ex Other ,.',,.*II"",",,,.

for orange groves and other fruit I put half a bushel of fresh lime ina treme cold." The Great IIIf* the"" "2''!vied Country.Krurhr FlthlHf/. Ground

trees as well as for rice, )>otatoes and barrel, slaked it and then filled with According to this, California must Has tho bent lands for Ullage, greatest variety -
early fall gardens but was injurious to be nearer the end than most other of soils in tho State,and above all
water. I had one man stand on the
the nay and late fodder croiw. Highest
; Runs the Central
9,1: lowest 751: 81 and stir the mixture with a States. There are wells in the San over Rldffeland
temperature ; ; mean, : ; wagon Whore It Is High and Healthy.
average rainfall 2.20 incites. shovel constantly while it was being Joaquin valley 170 feet deep, from 1'ruelemus towns fill Its route and It offers

Central District Slight deficiency in pumped into the trees. I used a I which the farmer has to draw a day's tho the Northern bct t freight markets.facilities Bend for for any the produce popular to

temperature) and considerable excess in nozzle that threw a solid stream about supply of water with a horse beforehe IOn -

rainfall. The rains were not very well one-sixteenth of an inch in diameter. goes out to work in the morning. "MY FLORIDA HOME."
distributed. In some localities on the ...... with its spirited. words and beautiful music
cast coat there has not yet been sufficient The lime will choke a spray nozzle.I -- descriptive of an actual Florida Home and
rain for the needs! of vegetation I would first get under the tree and One thing about this South Caro which gotten up in elegant style-Sir pages
of full sized" best mu.lolalCr.containing also
while at places in the interior more has throw the wash on body, branchesand lina liquor trouble is worth rem em- a picture of a homo In Florida and a hunting
fallen than was needed. The rains have under side of leaves thoroughly.Then ing. About all the prominent news- scene. It is mailed on receipt 10 cents(In
tern generally beneficial to stamps to pay expense of distribution.))
I potatoes I stood on the wagon and papers in the State are controlled by Bend also for tho beat map of Florida(sent
.grass,turnips' and orange nn"H. Orange free)and note the towns on its route.A.O.MAGDONELL.G.P.
trues are putting on a fine growth and threw it over the outside of the trees those who want to prove the law a A.,

the fruit is developing rapid! ; splitting until they would be white all over failure. The farmers and country Jacksonville, Fla.

of oranges is mentioned by a few correspondents after the wash dried. people-who made the law possible-

Rice harvest has begun and One application, if thoroughly have no daily newspapers and poor The Florida Central &
corn gathering is in progress: : the weevilis
done will usually: clear the trees but means of spreading reports throughout
reported to have made its appearance| Peninsular R. R. Co.
in some corn fields, but not much dam- if it should not, make a second in the the country. Put salt on all the

ago has yet resulted. Hay and rice are same way after the first comes off, reports that declare the law an abso Offers to Shippers
the principal crops yet to 1 he harvested which will be two or three months. lute failure.
The Shortest and Quickest Route
and a few days of fine weather will en* .
Two will clean the
able farmers to finish applications
\ haying. BETWEEN
Truckers are busily engaged in preparing smuttiest trees I have ever seen, and Day-\Vhat are pastels in prose? FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN

ground and planting for fall gardens.. they will stay clean.-J. B. Martin, Martin-They are like anthems, but
Fanners are planting more food crops in Gainesville Sun. are for reading instead of singing.Tuit's THE EAST AND WEST.
than usual.. lIhlwst) ttmuM'rnturn.. U.'it. With Improved Ventilated Cars this com-
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lowest CU 81 rainfall ...... is better equipped than ever ever to
: mean, ; average handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops and
2.07 inched. Some men are horn great, but they Insure close connections and prompt despatch
Southern District-In the northernpart don't stay there without brains. to all Bustera and Western Markets.

of the district the rainfall seems to Pills i Through oars to destination with
nave been ample for the needs of all vegetation out change or_delay.
while in the extreme southern "The best thing yet !" That is the waya Perishable freight followed by wire and
part it was light. The rains were beneficial I young,: man put it who made arrangements .Chippers l advised time pawing various junction
to orange and lemon groves in to work for B. F. Johnson & Co., CUBE CONSTIPATION. points and arrival at destination.All .
claims overcharge and loss promptly -
DeSoto county, where some new groves of Richmond, Va. You can get further adjusted.
have recently l been planted.- Pineapple' information by dropping them a cant.sS. To enjoy health one ahould bav reF'afar
.. raenationa+s every twin y four See that your goods are markedvia
land is being- prepared and many thousands --- L boar The evlla, both mental and F. C. & P. R. R.
of plants will be met this month .".t rnrtnrn OIt.1Nf11SIly phjaleal reaaltlaff from
For information call on or address the un-
and next. Guavas are now fully ripe| the new process (patented) 'for prenerrln HABITUAL CONSTIPATION nlgned t
oranges in their natural condition for months. C" F. T.\V 1.0 It.Tray.A'gt Ocala, Fla.
"ten-1)8) This can be done at very small coat; we have era maD, and sverloua. For the earoof v. it. TUCK Kit I Oeo.AV't,Orlando, Fla.
; ; oranges now in perfect condition put up in No thU common trouble TaU'Ltvsr O. )(. HOU>KNTrav. A eft, Leesburg. Fla
Age rainfall 1.07 inches. vember.; refer to Officials.Pasco Co. for particulars Pill have I.cained a popularity nap***. w. It. KtTLLKH.Tray. A'!:t.Tampa Fla.
K. It. DBMAIN, Uinctor.BcUaarilJe and sale of rights. Address M. B. WBVER alIeJ. ,giegaatly aayarcoai. &Co., St. Leo, Paso, KU., or Dade City, Pasco Pia.w .
: Fk.,Aug. 15, mSgt.d Co., Pla. BV &YW3S&& i If.( PLBASAJJT8,GenenU Freight if.


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i climatic or electric t d.............," ,.....,..... "CENT-A-WORD" COLUMN.
it. Some .
upon A GUlN d DoS,; --
condition unknown to us is probably v8TI3 To Insure insertion in this column, advertisements -

) responsible for keeping several of our EE0AMb i must be accompanied must not by exceed the: .money.fifty word

-.... -.r.: .... - apiarists away from the World's Fair Postage Advertisement Stamps received in payment. ,
Orapovinos for Shado.. who had calculated on their honey PILLS Count every word,-including name, and. address.WANTEDTo

\V. U. R.'s question, to supply the means. As the exchange Nursery Tree for a
In reply to crop (Tasteless Effectual. ) I U. P. WALKEK, Auburndale.

page 525, July i, I will say there is orange groves are flourishing, I think Sick-Headache J! Via __ __. __ _.____ .... 819ltflNKHALF
no better shade for bees in Florida you will see me there a little later, | For INTKRKST,with or without po -

of brothers Root and Mason.-W. S. v session, in thrifty to-acre orange grove, near
the family grape
than scuppernong for sale at lea
i Impaired Digestion! Bartow,just coming into bearing "
vines. Build an arbor such as is i Hart in Gleanings. than cost,11 years' growth thrown in;two-thirds
on time. Box 339. Bartow. Fla. _8-!g"lt 4
illustrated on page 625, September i, Liver Disorders and* -- ----- -- -Crate-
Licorice. land Orange
Gleanings of 1890, and cover it the WANTHD-Dreutd crate deliveredby
per joo
same way, and you have almost a perfect Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower : i I Female Ailments. |i i Sept. i; sample required. P. J. 8.19It'oR BAYLY,

col- Fla. _
inform through the Largo. -- ---
and Please me -
bees an '- -
shade for Renowned all over the World. J S and Cloud

fine fruit It will not take over umns of your most excellent paper, Covert with a Tut.If M A Soluble Coating. \(\ Strawberry SALK-Improved Plant, $1 1.2S Neuoan per thousand. A. .

the sheds (or ar as to the prospects of licorice culturein \ \ Ask for neecham'a and take no others.*, L- TkACY, Macclenney_ Fla._ &19-31
arbors Florida; whether it would probablybe 'Made at St. Helens, England. Sold by S ---- 00 can be ma de'
) of I druggist and dealers. Price 2S cents aj $7500 t0 $ UVMONTHLY
on each side; and after that some can injured by the cold in this part bo*. New York Depot 365 Canal!St.EPILEPSY < for B. P.JOHNSON & Co.,Richmond,Va.
be taken out as they get crowded. I the State or not, and any other infor- w.., ..'... In - -- -' -
Cloud StrawberryItlanU.
consider the Thomas variety the best. mation that you can give. A. P. tALK-Noonan. Discount on and large order Send in

It is They drop Manatee County. early. R. H. SMITH, Lawtey, Fla. 8-ia-6t
a large purple grape.
the cold of winter I OR FITS
their leaves in winter and let the sun So far as regards T.CI.ASS Cloud and.Noonan Strawberry
licorice will not be injured, but its FJR lower price on large
in the hives and on leaves to the Plant. $i.as per 1,000;
on put culture be consideredas Can this disease be cured T Most physician cay quantities. WM. TiiKUR.Lawtey, I'la.U4t ...
shade them at the right time in the profitable may No-/My,Yee; all form and the wont caacf. After - ------- -- -

One vine under favorable doubtful.To 80 years study and experiment<< I have found the 'OR SALK-Double Carriage W.and II.1.oubleSd5i1nr POWER,
spring. produce good licorice roots the remedy.-Epilepsy Is cured by It; cured, not tab Mounted Harness. 8.ia-tf

conditions may be made to cover be rich and it must be deeply deed by oplte*-the old,treacherous, quack treat Lawtey, Fla. ..e-- __
densely a quarter of an acre, and soil must ment. Do not despair. Forget put Impositions on SALK-Abbal k Slip and Golden Queen
there are vines much larger than this worked, at least to a depth of two your pane,past outrage on your confidence,part FOR *now ready for delivery. P.N.PRICK,
) feet. It is essential to have a failure. Look forward not backward. My remedy Olando, Fla. Box 449. -ia-st
that bear so many bushels of grapesI very 1* of td4,. Valuable 'work on the subject and -
dare not cive the llgUICS.grape lit Y deep soil to allow the downwardgrowth large bottle of the remedy-tent free for trial. WDKRR V PLANTS-Cloud1* Seedling, ,
Michel's lUrly.
tJo.- of the roots which increasestheir Mention PotOfflce and Express address.Prot. Noonan Improved and
vines this Send for
from these year after August ijth.
crop commercial value and enablesthe .W.H.PEEKE,F.D.,4 Cedar fit,New York. circular Ready for if delivery you want to buy. U. H.ALDKM, Lawtey
much honey
will net me as as my tSUIUT
hot Fla. ____ 4
to withstand dry sum- "
crop, according to present prospects. NUII HRIHS, D. L. Pierson, Monti-
While the vines are small the sheds mers, for if the plants are GUARANTEED CURE Fla. Large Stock of fine tree; low

be covered with cabbage.palmetto checked in luxuriance they are lia- price Special,terms for early order ft-4-tf. Drop
can postal for new it t.
leaves tied on to wire or nailed on ble to the attacks of the red spider, OR NO PAVe
AN(R-ftooostockofdrugs f4.ooo
slats. These once which destroys the foliage. PORE.CI of Cincinnati
to 1x2 wooden Fairer Than This. building lot in suburb
will last until the The plants are propagated by the Nothing to for a bearing and well improved orange
properly put on When wo say cure wo do not mean simply A. R. Torn.No. 462 W.7th St.,Cin.,O.
which removedin I it for the time being,but a grove.
vines cover the sheds.I slender side roots, are top I jMJt_
set my posts 8 feet apart each trimming the saleable portions. ERMANENT AND POSITIVE CUREfor Qfifl nnfl FIRST-CLASS Improved NtU-

feet in the prepared soil by Rheumatism Nenralffta, Dystptratii, nan strawberry Plants for
scantling 10 set
and They are .
way, use 2x4 Headache, Constipation,UllloiunrM.rr sale; f I.M a thousand f, o. b N. S. THOMAS,
long to tie them crosswise and support making a perpendicular hole with a vottsiteta, NlrrplrvMteM, Impure llloml.i Lawtey,Fla. 8.4.6t
nailed' stick dibble and in- and all ell wane* nrUlni from u disorderedLiver.
wires or slats. These are sharp pointed or Write for Treatise.Testimonial, and'' STAR

at a height to clear the head at the serting the root slip so that it will be Free Sample liottloof THE.l FLORIDA at Titusville,the County Seat

inches exactly as horseradish DR. ROC'S LIVER, of Brevard County will keep you posted as to
front, and some 6 to 8 higherat covered entirely, RHEUMATIC what Is going on \in the Great Indian River
the back.S. sets are planted. Country which i*now being made famous by
CULLEN & NEWMAN, the improvement of Mr. Flagler. Full corp
P. (page 526) cannot keep his Frequent hoeing will be necessary Tenn. of correspondent give the new from every
It will not destroy 175 GAY ST.. of the River every week. Subscribe at
honey from candying. during the summer, not only to -- part once and you will not fail to renew. Term

ripen in the hive so but that it will weeds but to maintain growth, aa s.t $1.50> per annum. Kt.ua B. WAG KK,

candy more or less, even though left and the deeper the culture, without I a publisher,Titusville, Fla.Innn -. "

when his bees are the .... Extra Fine Improved Neunan
right there; and hurting the roots, the better plants.As 1 000 and Cloud Strawberry Plants

raising brood in the latter part of winter approaches the tops will for sale |i.aj, per 1,000 f. o. b. Good packing
he will find is guaranteed. PUDUY fit FORK,Lawtev, KU.
winter and early spring become yellow, and after growth -.+-- ..1.--..... 7J9StFOR
little white pellets of it tumbled out of completed they can be cleaned ofT and -..----

the hive by the bees after they have the plants covered with manure. ,. hllgtaN -' SALK.CII Y.A 1'-2.000 Blood Uoone's a.ooo Poster's Early Budded Early;
*; coo Kuby ;
sucked out all the liquid honey that At the end of the third summer's Beats TWO and pourbegged 2.000 Auranttum l'omeloand.n address G. L.the MICHAEL leading,varieties. Glen
Call on or
they can get. I have evaporated growth, if the plants have done well, Howlers. Ethel Fla.,Star Hill! Nursery. 7-U-atTOR

saw-palmetto honey (that least liableto the roots will be large enough for mar- ) ._- -- ---- .- ---

granulate) down to where it felt l ket. The of digging out and A Colorado man bought a mile of Page fence to' SALK-Parson Brown Orange, Carney .
and process his sheep from wolves. After three year* and other Citrus Fruit Tree;all on
like putty, in my sun evaporator, harvesting the roots is perhaps the protect trial he ask for price on ten mile Kastern I sour stock, trained to stake. J. H. TURKLBY,

still it will partly granulate.Vhy most tedious operation with the crop. men howl about dog killing thetwo sheep.legged We howleta atake Lake Weir Fla., Kxcelsior Nurseries.- -- 7-ia-lU
against -- -
the Colorado man ---------
not let it granulate all that it will, and They run from two to more feet in and the Page fence against the four legged ones. --Hit UVIAN YAM vine cutting, la inches long,
to the fact that PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO., Adrian, P too,50 cents; 1,000, fi.y>;5,000, '10.00. JULIUS
educate consumers up be safelyby
depth and can only SciiNAbKLtiACH, Grand Bay,Ala. 7--6t
the granulation is a guarantee of pu that the Mich. -
the use of the spade, so -- ---- -
be disputed and that SCHRADER, GRAS -(])( palum ptafyeaufo/ ),
rity that cannot whole root may be secured without WM. D. LOUISIANA pasture graft for Florida.

it takes only a little heat to liquefy it, breakage. BREEDER OF --- Cutting at Ji.as a barrel,f. o. b. W.H. Pow as,

with maple ? Lawtey, Via 6- 'lotANIMAL
is the case sugar
as marketable trimmedof
The portions JERSEYS. I
The honey crop here is almost a dried and GRADE MEAL make hens lay. write to 8.
and even all side roots, washed, ,Ormoud, Fla.,for information.
total failure up to date; tied in bundles for sale. Hulls,Cow and Heifora for Bale.WAVERLY -- -- .
for small investments,
yield L'LORIDA'Sadvantages
I should the mangrove of for FARM I Leon Co., nearTnllahn.Rt ," Arcadia Fla.
of the The labor and cost manure see "Real Kstate Journal
from this time until the : sample,with state map to cent
$1.00 per year
would be thorough preparation of the ground <<-e, 4ajumIANCY
bloom but little honey _
feet in depth the ------ r
gathered, as the bees are not in shapeto from two to --- IMG F.ONS-Bought,sold and exchanged.
planting and cultivation for three or Write for what you want. Stamp for reply.

do rapid work. in six four years in producing one crop, and FISHBURNE SCHOOL'stsuuno. LLOYD. GR alit, Lady Lake, Fla. 7.>*-SrtnriLGHMAN'8
This is the first season my -- -
the roots leadto CONDITION POWDER can be
of harvesting
the cost
in beekeepinghere VIKOINIA.
teen years'experience culture 1y.ty 1 purchased at J. C. L'Hnglc' Drug Store,
that its profitable
has put the opinion Jacksonville, Fla. 5'13-Ut
that the mangrove BURNE A.B.,Principal.
is doubtful at least while the JAS.A. FISH -
on a liberal bloom and yet secretedno SALK for cash.time or trade,orange grove,
honey. I believe it to be in this price of the article remains as at pres- ,I ENGLISH, CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC FOR and timber lands. K. RUMLKY 3-1I.16t., Keuka,
section as reliable a honeyproduceias ._ .... -
there isMn existence. Its roots are .e- TARY TRAININQ. GREEN ACADEMY

covered twice each 24 hours by the ForMal&r,Liver Trouble Teacher of ability and experience. Careful ROWLING
location ,
discipline. Beautiful .. Va.-opsn. 'lth. Thoroasb
training f.wll.s
tides: \\e have had a very dry May or Indigestion,use large ground; ; modern equipment. Climate; .qalpm.nt.cartol traJDtD4f.UDlIf1u11..t h..hh r.oord
." Reduced rate*. Write ab.olofresdom, from bad.a,.stod.nt.anlformlr.uo.ce.stal
and June, but it would seem as though BROWN'S IRON BITTERS for'Valley Catalogue.Virginia. -39-Aug s-u r.t.wl+sa,s4tn.I.ha "arc.)&. .U..t t.
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'rime S3 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and NEW YORK, CHARLESTON INN QcJI IDM IiINES.

Boston and Savannah to hours. .. -
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From .J.C'luon"IUe,
From New York. .
(Pier. 39,July K. R.28th) at 3 pm.... ...."ALGONQUIN"STEAMER, ... .. Thui day, AUK jd, at 8yourn
pm..SJUIINULH. .. .Sunday Aug 6that fl.ooam
Tuesday AUK rat,at 3 m."CllltkOKItR" .... ....Thursday. Aug loth, at vjoara
Tuesday Friday, Aug 4th 8th, *at t 3 p m."ALGONQUIN;.... ..Sunday, Aug ijth,at 6:00am:
Fridav/ Aug nth, at 3 m."SRMINOLW' .... ... Thursday, Aug 17th, at 8w: a m
Aug 3 p
Tuesday, Aug ijth.at 3 pm...... .. ..CIIUROKUg..Sunday, AugJOth.atllooamFriday :
Aug 2&th.at shop:
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aad,at pm... .... "SKMINOLK" Sunday Aug 4
Tuesday. Aug 3
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Aug 3 p
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Between Jacksonville and New York : First-class $25.60; Intermediate, $19.00; Excursion, f43>y>!; -- __0
Steerage $12.50.

Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin $11.00; Intermediate $n.oo i Excursion $' 7.30; Steerage, 114.'S JOHNS RIVER LINE.For .
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail. as follows: ST.

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on

(Central or 90 Meridian Time.] the St. Johns River.

City of Augusta......................... ... .........................Tuesday, Aug lit, 7.00p.in --- -
City of ItlnnlnghHin........... ................... ..... ............ Friday Aug ith, 10.30a.m Steamers are appointed to Mil a* follow.
Tallahfttarn.......... ....................................... ........... Sunday Aug 6thll.ooa.m
Nacoochre. ... ......................... ........... U......... .....Tuesday, Aug 8th. J.oop.m c6 1;'"V'e1.locle,99I ; ;
City of Augusta.... ................................................ ... Friday, Aug 11th, S.OOa.m I SHAW.
City of ItlrmlnKltam.. ............... .......... ................... .Sunday, Aug 13th, 7.ooa.m I Capt. W. A. _
Tallahassee.... ................. ........... ............._.....H".......u. Tuesday, Ausr 1$\th, T.OOD.IH From Jacksonville-Tuesdays and Saturdays! a\ $.on p.m.; returnlncr.favf, Sanford Thursdaysand
Nacoorht.. .......... ........................"... ........ ........... ...Friday, Aug tbth,10.309.mCity 1 Mondays at 5.oo a.m.
Augusta . ........ ....__............ .. .. ...... Sunday Aug 2oth, am' and Ticket Office 88 West Bay St., JacksonvilleM.
of lUrinlnRhaiii ................................................Tuesday, Aug J3d. 2.00p.ra General Passenger ,
Tallahassee City .............. ......... .......... .... ..... .Prilay.Aug2sth, -.oop.m II. CIA*OK, Assistant Traffic Manager, s Bowling Green New York.
Nuroorhrn.... ......................................... .................Sunday, Aug 27th, S.ooa.m Til E0.: T. KCJiiC, Traffic Manager S Bowling Green New York.A. .
City of Augusta.. ....................... .......... ............... ...Tuesday, Aug 29th, 7.00 p.m .J. COI.1I, Passenger Agent, 5 Bowling Green New York. JackJOnvl1Je.1tta..
F. )I. IItnS tnSUtn.: .Jr., Florida lasenger faurn 88 West Bay
SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. JOHN L. IIOWAllI). Plrid.11ir lght Agent foot Street,Jacksonville, Fla.
FROM J. ,,\. LKSMK, Superintendent, foot Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

City of ".' ................................ Thursday Aug 3d 9.30 a.ra P. CLYDE & CO. Gen'l Agents
CltyofMarnn .......... ......... .... ... ... .. ..... .. .... .Thursday, Aug loth, 4.30 p.m WM. ,
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City of Macon .... .... .... ..... .... .......... .... .. ....... .Thursday- Aug nth, 3.30 p.m 19. ....Houth "
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President. Vlco-Prosldent.

(This Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.) Cashlor. Assistant Cashier.

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Sot. W. II. LUCAS Fla. Pa... Agent : INVITED.
D. R. PRICK. Agent.
71 West Bay Street Ja .80nriUe. 71 West Day Street, Jacksonville .._- .
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R. L. WALKKR Agent SAnnnals.
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Will load at Fernandina about November 1-, to bo followed by It is In)' intention to build a large packing-house in Jacksonville -

a second about November 15, provided sufficient support is pledgedto and(] I desire to obtain the opinion of growers of Florida '

warrant tbo chartering of two fast steamers now in view. I particularly as to the advisability of doing this, and! what support I can oranges count

desire all fruit growers to write mo whether or not they willsupport upon in the event I do this. I shall be prepared to receive the fruit

the project to further direct shipments to England, as it is : in bulk or in field boxes and pack it up in the best and most careful
necoseary to have these promises in order to go ahead and definitely ; manner for the account of the growers.

arrange for tho steamers. I I request correspondence on the above two
points, as the time is
It is my intention this season to charter better steamers and improve I very short for the necessary details for carrying out this
project, most
on the details of the loading of the vessel, 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 be marketed this coming season orange crop

and over not later than three days after the fruit has been sold in
England.I en.r/....VT/J/*.-,!i* af/ntt tit rrrryifj'j"i ifjutlnt In /.'f"rl,/.,. I.it rrnl Irrtn In nrltrrHI -

shall be prepared to make a small advance and to pack fruit Address .

in Jacksonville should the growers desire me to do so. }Further de-

tails regarding the project will be cheerfully furnished upon written E. 1. GOO J3: S JD L L, .

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Extending; pouthward from Jackwmville't excel)
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"' O. n. WKKKS:
Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
I. :i tot prominent winter and Hummer
Xo. H IIo twlck Illock, .
Bind for 1'ockat Memoranda Itouk.FTKU n..y nml.MHlti Hlrc'> U
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Pullman, Mullet! and Slccpin -cars
nearly all varieties orfhw'I
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s:: w c J Orange Groves, Fruit Farms, suitt'l the to following this climate a'i the: l>tit

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4' ee I and I/ I.r tlrnrua.Iturrr
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": : i i ml Innllntnlntry Uremia,
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i' lititrk lA'iN//i iN., .x
Imperial>> 1'rktn thick,
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