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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: November 25, 1893
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

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TREES FOR SUMMER PLANTING. Sell Your Oranges at Home.If

A full line of the ]leading varieties of Orange & Lemon Trees at rock-bottom .

p rit'e8. AddressDEER
You Cannot

ISLAND NURSERIES, The Jacksonville fruit Auct'1DIl E
_()Oakland Orange Co., Flu._ [ .

CIRCULARS OF Offers the Quickest and Most Reliable Means of Dispos-

SUNSET HILL NURSERIES ing of Fruit.

When fruit cannot be sold hero at a fair price, will forward to best Eastern
Contain a list and description of the Choicest and Most Profitable varieties of the Citrus Western markets, and sell at auction (only one commission) and make advances
Family, which we have selected from over one hundred different varieties grown,and tested by ui
in our extensive experience of seventeen years We carry one of of 50c to $1.00 per box, on good fruit, here, as to general condition of market
Sale days Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returns mado on day of ialc.
The Largest Stocks of Citrus Trees in the United States. For. stencils and information address

Send :.for circular*. Address R W. F3IBRC. Thos. ft. Towns m'g't1.
Sunset Hill, Lake Co., Fla, ,
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h DO YOU KNOW we have near! .all I lm not} ECONOMIC
r piantsandc ||I r
BROS. the Tropics and warm climates of the i Mill I world?
BARNETT BURNETT at nfl Vflll \ / that the ache me just broached by our Horticul-
(UU KNOW was I |U UP
r in our establishment f some Florida u ptoA LI 11IIU FACT I
BROSFRUITS -" W DEALERS IN FRUITS. sVo t the times know this,and are quietly taking advantage of the opportunity
1 I of getting rare plants of us. we can supply Aloe Bamboo,Camphor,Cinnamon .
\ respectfully solicit shipments of Fruits and Vegetables. ''It''J ,Coffee. Ualbergia, Kxcoecaris,Ptcus,Gam(, Hemp((51..1)),Iron.
ry .... bark, Jujube, Kola ogwood, Mahogany Nutmeg,Cure,Orange,Pepper
I Wo are now making a specialty ofORANGES a. r Qu Rice-paper, ) .Tea Upas,Vanilla.Waz-mrttle, Xylos*
1. ,,- ma,Yucca,Zingiber plants and hundreds of others.
Send for our large catalogue,which tells all about it.

and Invite correspondence on Markets and Prospects. HEAHONER IJUOH., OHCCO, Fla.

We want reliable agents at all principal shipping points.

ncfQreJ1c by permission:-A. M. Ivw, Esq.: Jacksonville; National Shoo DO YOU GROW ORANGES ?
and Leather Hank, New York; tho Volusia County: Bank, Do Land, Fla., and the
Commercial Loan and Trust Co.,Chicago 159 South Water St
If you dot you know that consignment means poor returns and a worso
future. Wo advise you to sell on tho tree or f. o. b.

GENUINE BERMUDA ONION.Our Sell and Do Not Consign

seed 1 of tho Genuine Bermuda Onion crop of 1893 will bo ready October

J lii$' Send. in your order now. Wo have both.varieties' the White and Palo Red. If you cannot sell at home ship to us and we will sell for you.

.niieO-p.er.puckct 5c; 4 oz., 15c; 1 oz., 25c; }lib., 83c1: ; ]Ib, $3.00, ()()8tpahl.H. We sell DAILY for CASH and make returns on the day of Bale.
We turn your oranges into money in from three to five days, while distant
G. HASTINGS AND CO., SEEDSMEN, commission men take 3 to 0 weeks.
Irxtroiriti-Olioii: 1*ln, Twenty years of consignment has brought (prices from |35 a thousand downto
n i Paint whore oranges will scarcely] more than jwy the cost of picking, packing
40 i>ago Illustrated Catalogue free.NURSERIES. and shipping.
your fruit on the trees until tho market is ready and then shIp
OF THE Keep us no drops or culls. They don't sell. Watch our bulletin in the
Times-Union. Ship bright well colored fruit in small lots or car loads. Leave russets
Milwaukee Florida. Dnaqie. ED. a little longer. Write for stencils, etc.

THE FRUIT MARKET
Selected strains of Choicest Varieties of! Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty. ,
Budding wood for tale at all timea.
Our stock Is Urge and complete. PROMPT ATTKNT1ON TO CORRES1'ONDINCR. BURTON K. BARR8 PRES. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Por Catalogue and Price-Lit,address

A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla. FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
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FREE RIDE TO SEE .
An Incorporated Homo Association of Orange Grower for marketing' Florida Fruit to the .
ONE MILLION FRUIT TREES, best advantairo.-AUTIIUIUZKU CAPITAL*3JOJUUO.IlOX .
MATEHIAIs-The Exchange is fully prepared to supply boxes and paper on
ROSES, ETC. THE LARGEST STOCK EVER GROWN IN FLORIDA. order. Writo for price list and terms.
Will take R. R.fore from bill of ti-etc to all who will come to Nursery and purchase to amount -OFFICERS--
ot duMe It. R. fare. lain afford to make this offer as one pleased- customer means his future OEO. It.. FAtnnANKR.Prcsldent. D. OHEENLRAF. Vlco-Prtsldenl.
tie' also the trade of bit neighbors. Club together and send one man from your neighborhood ALllKltT M. IVES.Oen'l. Mjjr.' and Treas.Hillftboro M. *'. TU11NB1L Secretary.
tw elire...." fnowhb foil Dlln': "IOlt8-Uoo.lt.. Fairbanks,AlachuaCo.; K.O. Hill.liradfordCo. Dr. V.. E.Pratt
lam g to plant for myself what will be the largest! orchard in the county. Price Co.; John Knbyan, Ijiko Co.; Hy Crutcher Orange Co.= ; U (Oreenleaf naval Co.;
.f stock as low as the k wet for first- lau stock. Catalogue free. 11.M. Ilaer, Duval Co.; A' llnuljr. Hrc,- ra Co.: F. O.$am Co.: e1. V. Hllljrr,
Pomona Wholesale Nurseries.W. Marion Co.; John M. Bryan,,Occola Co.; W. E. Stanton' ,Putnam Co.; M.S.foreman 81.
Johns Co.; C. F. A. llk-lby, Voluila Co.; IlenJ.DoWd11.AkO. Co.
D. aRIFFI' a. Proprietor. Addesa:all correspondence to the ,Jacksonville,Fla. Stencllf,
.Mnrrlrnay, linker Co., Fin with full packing and snipping Instructions,furnished on appUcsUon.p .




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THE EUREKA INSECTICIDE IS THE ONLY RELIABLE,

Surely effective and(] cheapest material ottered for the destruction of insects. Its proper use will kill the spider, rust mite, anguillula -
moving scale and( fungus growths. It is a sure remedy for tho "foot-rot" and the "blight" of the orange and the wilt of tho pineapple.

It will not only.prevent} tho oranges from rusting, but will greatly improve tho classification of tho fruit.
Spraying outfits in great variety at manufacturers' prices. iTTfr tf A Ikl
Correspondence solicited. tLn ES EL J"% 111Jacksonville.
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1 H SULPHUR SOLUTION



(INSECTICIDE)

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

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

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

+Injury
This insecticide has been used by some of the largest orange growers in the State during the past two years, anti ka

given perfect satisfaction. References furnished on application.
For Rust Mite use one quart to fifty gallons of water. When used at this strength the trees should be sprayed for

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Spraying Apparatus furnished to our customers at
cost.McMASTER
I MILLER San Mateo and Citra, Fla.



%1 SAVANNAH, FLORIDA & WESTERN RAILWAY

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&THE + FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE .

WITH THE MAGNIFICENT CONNECTIONS.

The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.


The attention of shippers i*directed to the Plant S Line between Havana Key West and Tampa and South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford;S.,F.&W.Ry.between Jacksonville,
Gainesville Batnbridgv, River Junction and Savannah;Savannah and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah, Philadelphia, Boston and New York, and Merchants and Miner
Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore The best equipped, fastest and most prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest.
Receivers and Shlllerlnil Profit by the Following Unparalleled Connections
SOUTH IiUUN11. SOUTH IIUUZ4JJ.
Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup, Balnbridge and Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Jacksonville,Jerap
Savannah. and Savannah to all point in Floiida, fast freight' trains both via Gainesville ,Calla
. Daily fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line! to all ) astern, Interior and ban and Live! Oak,
Coast points,including New York,Boston, Philadelphia Baltimore, Washington and Providence.Pour Four ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company, sailing from New
connections a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company,leaving Savannah Mon York(New Pier 35, North River,)direct for Savannah Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Satur
days.Wednesdays. Fridays and Saturdays.
Two connections a wf'ekfol' Baltimore via Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Company days.The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's will leave Boston every Thursday
leaving Savannah every Wednesday Saturday. !,3 p. m,for Savannah direct,making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains for
Connections' for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company leaving Savannah every au points!in Florida.
Thursday.Connections. I I From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., for Savannah October: igth and*?th and every ten
for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savannah days thereafter.
October 4th. From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners'Transportation Co., every Tuesday and Friday,
Sailing days for Steamships are subject change without notice. I I making close connection with S.,F.&W.Ry.,for all points in Florida.The .

Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best freight route from all points North Bast and West to Florida. For full particulars, rates, stencils and shipping
receipts apply to any agents of the above lines, or to
C. D. OWENS!! ,Traffic Manager, Savannah, Oa. F. II. PAPY Division Freight" Agent,.Savannah, Oa. W. M. DAVIDSON, Oen'l Passenger Aft.,Jacksonville, *
w-. I. KN1OI1T, Contracting Freight Agent,J ks>nvllU, J. II. 8TKFII&X8,,Contracting Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.



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FLORIDA FARMER m FRUIT-GROWER. *YEAR.2 PER


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TERMS OF SUIISCKIPTION ticulture that "oranges must not be heads are more convenient, the starting decay, which will depend upon

For One Year .. .. .... ...... .... ...... ..... .$a.oo from
wet dew cleats handles. This conditions and the
For Six Months...... .... .............. .....1.00 gathered wl.en or serving as atmospheric( degreeof
tn Foreign Countries ..... .................. J-oo rain," for which there is no reason makes a box of the same size and ripeness of the fruit. A little experimenting

Subscriptions in all allowed cases cash one'sown in given, and we surmise there is no shape as the ordinary packing box, will enable the grower to
advance. No discount on than that do would but without the middle the
subscription(except in a club), but to better reason to so partition.To regulate temperature properly. If
all agenU a liberal cash commission will dampen the picker's clothes, and per- strengthen the box, the heads spread out instead of being "bulked"the

'ta' allowed on all subscriptions obtainedby haps his ardor. Some who have had should be hooped, and the slats fruit will shrivel.

them. Write for terms. the courage to defy this dogma have planed on both sides, with inside CLEANING.If .
To every new subscriber wo will send, does rounded. These boxes
found that water not injure an edges slightly
of Whitner's "Garden the fruit is scaly or dirty
postpaid, a cony I sooty ,
the should be filled full
off than
Florida." For subscribers orange more on tree. even so they
ing in two new I it will pay to wash it. shipper
at $2.00 each, wo will send, They shonld be dry in the packagefor can be stacked on top of one another, whose fruit has attracted a deal
postitaid a copy of Moore's "Orange shipment, but it is immaterial and the sides should be of sufficient great
I of attention by reason of its beautiful
Culture. whether gathered wet or dry. i thickness-depending on the kind of
Rates of advertising on application. the fruit this is wood used-not from appearance recommends the followingplan
Don't to"plugH to
bulge
pull ; apt pres.
Ilemittances should be made by check, of washing, which he follows:
postal note money order or registered it; that is, to tear the skin sure of fruit. Some make the grove i "\Vc use a kerosene barrel hung
is loose. boxes smaller the bottom than the .
letter to order of where the stem torn "Plug.ged" at like with
a grindstone a little door on
PAltalEIt .4NlJ FRUIT O HOW Kit, and sell with sides like
oranges soon rot no top ( flaring a tray) so
one side 6xio inches long on hinges
.Jacksonville, Fla. better than culls. Even if the fruit is that the)' will "nest."
kept shut by hasp or button. Put in
that it loosens its hold the
so ripe on
NOTICE GROVE 110XKS. about three pecks cypress sawdust

If you receive a copy of this stem strong without prejudice rupture in market, it, where meets the a If the fruit is to be shipped to the (pine sticks into and cuts the fruit)
and fill the barrel two.thirds full of
paper which you did not order, pulled is classed with the drops, culls, packing house as it comes from the
consider it an invitation to sub plugged and "off" fruit. trees, boxes of the following size will water, then put in two boxes oranges

scribe. If you do not want it, Cut the stem smoothly and so close be found convenient, as when filled and and turn drVhen thirty to sixty times; take out

kindly hand it to a neighbor. that it may not puncture. the skin of without layering- and nailed up, each -. .. .people. used. barrelsfirst -
# they used little water and lots of
it. The will "packout" a box; such boxesare
fruit against fingernails
pressed
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sawdust and hurt the fruit, but by
should be closely cut before at usually furnished made up by the
and using lots of water and little sawdustyou
Gfrotfe Orchard house and the
tempting to handle oranges. Cut packing shipped to will need times
to turn more but
with clippers made for the purpose, grove as "empties" ioxtsx3o34 inside: will not hurt the fruit. I do our

ORANGE HARVEST. which can be had at any hardwarestore.
CURING. washing on our wharf, where we
Get a kind that severs the
Full Instructions for Picking Pol stem close down to the calyx. A The fruit should be taken to the have lots of waters and then a placeto
ishing, Pocking; and Shipping i house and allowed to remainIn expose to sun and air to dry. After
Our Great Fruit knife is apt to graze the fruit (which packing
Staple.In taking out of the barrel you will needto
boxes in cool
the packing a dry
causes it to rot even if the cut is too ,
response to repeated inquiry for throw on some water to wash off -
room until the fruit is flexible and the
detailed information the of small to be seen) and often leaves a what little sawdust stick
on subject skin this from may to them.
pliant; usually requires
preparing oranges for market, and as protruding, sharp pointed stem. two to three da.s.Vhen properly' You will need to put in more sawdust

the various excellent treatises that have PICKING SACKS. cured the fruit can be packed into the every little while and always keep

been issued on the subject are no To receive the fruit when taken boxes so tightly as to be immovable some wet in a pail to put in as it is

longer obtainable, being out of print, from the tree, many of the largest without injury and will not afterwards needed, as it does not work well until
TilE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWERhas well wet
shippers use cans or baskets shapedand shrink. up.
compiled the following article. "If fruit is nearly all in conditionto
adjusted to the body of the Oranges never sweat; the moisture

We say compiled advisedly, for an I picker, and held by a a strap over I which evaporates from them is never be improved by going through barrel -

article of this character, to be of val. the shoulder, claiming that a receptacle I appreciable. The moisture which ap we let it go, but as we don't thinkit

ue, cannot be original but must be a is real benefit to it to have it
of this kind protects the fruit from. pears on the fruit after a cold night is any

consensus of the best theory and prac- being pressed or bruised, as they liquefied vapor from the atmosphere.It run through we are governed by con

tice.The claim is the case when the ordinarysack comes on the same principle as the dition of fruit. The best gearing I

following matter has been prepared is used. Most, however, con drops of water on an ice pitcher in a have seen is a regular grindstone

by a grower and packer of long tinue to use sacks claiming that can warm day. This often interferes with gearing, having the shaft rest on two .

experience, who has had unusual opportunities vass or gunny sacks are much han wrapping and packing; it can be little wheels."

of observing the best practice dier and less cumbersome than rigid avoided by keeping up an extra tern POLISHING.

in the model packing: houses of receptacles, and that there is, prac perature in the .fruit house."COLORING Many polish their oranges by passing
the State and he has been aided in
; injury done the fruit by
tically, no them through brushing machinesof
UP.
this compilation by direct contributions them. The most convenient
using which there are several excellent patI
from the following prominent size is 14x20 inches when laid flat, We have a number of varieties with I terns.

growers, well known in market for Stiaps going over the shoulder, sus- but little acid in their make up which, SORTING.

their superior packing: pend the top of the sack at the waist, "flat" when ripe, are at their best
Some to sort in .the
T. F. Huggins, Sanford; W. H. the front being cut fuller than the while some of the acid due to imma prefer grove.
An exchange : "As the fruit is
Cook, Pomona; F. G. Sampson, back, so that it will hang open. turity still remains to give them tone. says
lifted from the picking basket into the
Boardman; J. B. Anderson, San Ma- When full they should be carefully This fruit goes forward in October or
boxes I sort and believe it to be bet.
teo; S. C. Warner, Palatka; W. S. emptied, placing the mouth of the November. With the exception of ,
ter than sorting in the fruit house.
Hart, Hawk's Park; G. P. Healey, sack at the bottom of the pickingbox the Satsuma, which fully colors and

:Seville; Nelson Bres., Oviedo; II. A. and lifting slowly by a strap on ripens on the trees in October or early.. Careless pickers can be corrected at
once, and when the fruit is taken into
Robie, Mt. Dora, and CharlesV.. the bottom of the sack. It will not in November according: to the situa
house it be
the its
can piled as to
Hawkins, Georgetown. do to pour the oranges from the sack tion and treatment of the trees], most
Intending to give the routine and into the boxes. If cans or basketsare of this early fruit must be artificially quality and sized as you wish-fancy,

detail of operations simply, we have used, place the hand over the colored before it is offered to con- bright, or russet. Another good rea-
is that much less bin is
not sacrificed practicality to readable. mouth and let the fruit out slowly and sumers. This is usually done by the son room
To those who have required, as you need bins for but one
ness. no orangesto gently.A receivers in market, many of whom "
pack, present or prospective, it will have for the and thisis quality at a time.
rooms ,
I is rigid purpose
freshly picked orange Others have no set time for
sorting
it will those
be dry reading, as to the best natural
probably plan, as a
have extensive that it has no flexibility; pressed out of its but the picker, sizer, wrapper, etc.,
who
so theyhave
crops coloring begins as soon as the
its tissues broken and it Is process
shape, are each as the fruit reaches him throwsout
and have ,
made
packing a study, fruit is gathered and when it reaches
ruined its skin is brash the cells are ,
the "off" specimens and the sizer
well ,
large and equipped packing destination it simply needs finishingin
distended with juices, the slightest separates the brights from the russets.
houses. the curing room and can be sold as
bruise scratch them and
or ruptures When the brights and russets each
however endeavored to are
We have, in. soon as presentable; while if held by
decay sets divided into
include all the latest improvements, the grower for coloring, it is deterio two grades however,

and believe these instructions will PICKING BOXES. rating from the time it leaves his hands grading is a separate process.

prove a valuable guide and manual of A handy and serviceable pickingbox until sold. Those who desire to color GRADING.If .

reference for hundreds of growers I is made from two orange box up their own fruit should stack it up the sorting has not been done as

who have a few hundred boxes or a heads connected by stiff slats, threeon in the picking boxes or pile it in bulkin the fruit came from the tree, when it

few thousand boxes to market. each side, with half inch open. a room that can be heated, and an is ready for handling separate the russets

GATHERING.It ings between and at the bottom cor even temperature should be maintainedas from brights, discarding all imper-

is an accepted dogma of our hor- ners to allow for ventilation. Panel high as the fruit will bear without fect or damaged fruit. Each is thenYEAR



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separated into two grades. The upon them. Some use colored wraps I Successful Oitange Giouieis I

skinned blemishless bright for the top layer, and some put a dis.
swooth- ,
What fruit in the citrus line have you for early shipping, and
and card in both ends of each
fruit are hereafter known as fancy play iixn does it ?

go to market with this plainly markedon box. A careful packer says: "I believe You pay may not have thought of its importance,but the Good Early Orange is tho
the box. The rest of the bright all wraps should be printed with coming orange, andBOONE'S
oranges go as brights, while the the grower's name-if his fruit is not EARLY LEADS THEM ALL !

dark fruit is divided into golden rus good enough it is not good enough to Not only) in respect to earlincss but quality. Get rid of some of your old, unprofitable -
sets, which includes the lighter shades, go to market at all. It adds much stock and BUY SOMETHING THAT WILL PAY I
and russets which covers the remainder. more character to the package than .
Some still further divide the colored paper,which I have discarded." NOW IS THE TIME TO BUD.Fall .

brights into No. is and No. as, but all Many large packing houses are is better than spring for successful! budding. Fall buds start out several
be included with Warner's Fruit weeks earlier oil faster, harden up nuicker ana stand the cold better.I .
equipped Wrapping -
merchantable oranges can I have a large: and well assorted stock of tho choicest budded orange, lemon
within these grades; the making of Machine, of which F. G. Sampson and grape! fruit trees, and

more grades is impractical, cumber says: We have used here wrap. Will Sell You as Cheap as They Can Be Sold.

some and useless. Drops, culls, ping machines for two years. Wrapping Will send sample) of early oranges on receipt of 8 cents to pay I postage.C. .
pulled, plugged, scaly, scabby, coarse, about 20,000 boxes each year,
A. BOON
calico fruit, if shipped at all, shouldbe the wrapping has been far better done Agent
packed by itself and its quality and at a great saving in cost over Semi-Tropical Nurseries M M M Orlando, plo.x .
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marked plainly on the box. Better former years when wrapping by hand. -- Tilnxu TIlIl:." PTTit '.,lonUeTJO.V ..tan TJtoJfTr

still, do not ship this inferior fruit at We would no more go back to hand Buy of the Well-Known Reliable Ten-years'-tested
all; it hardly every pays. There is wrapping than to packing in barrels ,

good fruit enough to supply the de. without wraps, sizing or grading, as" GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES.

mand, and this poor stuff only serves we put up our crop sixteen years ago. SATSUMA ORANGES,hardy and early. OLIVES and APRICOTS.
. to depress the market. Creased fruitis Where the crop is not so large as to PEARS an kinds immense stock FIGS and MUUIKRRIUS.
PKAC1IF.S,60 varieties, new and old. POMKGRANATKS.
render it the
usually of superior quality; if prop a physical impossibility, PLUMS: ,best Japan and native sorts. CAMPHOR TRKKS.
erly handled it will ship well, and writer of these instructions thinks it JAPAN I'11RSIJtMONSvarietiesallteiited. TEXAS UMHRHU.A.
all kinds. KOIJUSTA.
cRAPISgood supply leading r.KKVILU'.A
especially if held late, usually brings pays better and is more satisfactory to I'KCANS,best Paper-Shell variety. MAGNOLIA nRANDII'I.ORA.I
good prizes. The fruit should be have the wrapping done by hand. The CIIH WALNUTS, English Mammoth,California.very fine. CITRUS ROSK3,50 TRIFOUATA.varieties.
graded before being sized, though one wrapper should cling to the orange as We have other kinds-lot*of them-write for what you want.
grade may be sized as it is handledfor closely as a second skin and should For five Fears |past samples of fruit have been sent, free of charge, on applicalion
that or if the brights and be twisted (not folded) so tight that and wilf be this year: but experience and information as to adaptability to
purpose
your locality i is worth much more.Ve have discarded from our own orchards ono
the fruit be
each can tumbled about in the
russets are first separated, can variety of which we shipped 400 bushel in 1887, and this i U but ono of the hundreds -
be separated into two grades as it goesto bins without loosening the wrappers. of varieties k tl'C.1.Vo have built our reputation on fine slock- omo people
the sizing machine. Hand-wrapped fruit can be packed to say tie, finest An Ex-Governor of Florida' writes: "They are beauties, and BO! admirably
make a much more attractive and } }>acked as to shame a novice in the business, and even many who pretendto
SIZING AND SIZERS. salable package than machine wrappedfruit. be experts"
All fruit should be sized. If the Prompt and careful attention to corn pOlulenoo. Prices reasonable. Catalogue

is too small to justify a machinefor free. Address
crop
there several THE STANDARD BOX. G. JL<. 1\A.RI R,
this purpose ( are excellent -
styles), a home-made devicecan The standard orange box measures _____ _______ _Glen St. Mary, Fla.

be used-but, however small the 12x12x26*6 inches. The two ends and JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.,

crop, the fruit must be sized to bringits the partition in the center being fa of

worth in market. Most of the an inch thick, the box consists of two '
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MEHCHANTS
large packing houses use the Jones or compartments, each containing one

the Ayer sizer, opinion being about cubic foot. The ends and partitionare -DEALERS IN- ,
equally divided between the two. For made of boards 12 inches wide
sizing small crops several low priced and should be dressed on both sides.A Coal, Hay, Grain, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc.

and efficient machines are on the mar- side is usually made in one piece, JACI_ _MONVILL"i FLA.
ket and some! excellent unpatented machine shaved from the round log. -0- .
flue LIST OP AVIIIKKKY.I'arktr
. devices can be seen in use at the The most of these come from Maine ....................................91 7ft Martin Itye.$3 OO
packing houses. The sizer should be and are known as Bangor sides. A Orange' Valley.........,................. 2 00 Virginia Citadel .............. ......... 4 OO
HI.rllll.aU..y...... .. .................. 2 ftO Ctl.I'Ionrhon ............................ 5 00
adjustable and guaged to secure a good side is made here of pine, gum I North Carolina Corn................... 2 GO Kentucky Hour Stash .... ............ ft 00
all the while. and other timber of I Clifton Club ..... ............... Old llakvr ................... ......... 5 00
tight pack although some Montrose Velvet.............. .. VO OO
An experienced packer says: "speed the home manufactured sides are in- Jugs Extra: One gallon, 2SC.i; two gallon,SOC.; three gallon,750. Remit {by post office money
as well as accuracy and freedom from ferior.In order,check or registered letter. We cannot ship C.O. I). to dry town
A complete price Ht of Groceries,and Wine List, sent free on application.
bruising is wanted, put in Woodward order to pack the fruit properly
Sizer (generally called the rope sizer). it is quite necessary that the two di. JOHN CLARK., SON fe CO.
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From Coo to 1,000 boxes per day can visions should measure one cubic foot
be sized and assorted with one of these each, otherwise there will be troublein Standard Guano & Chemical M'f'g' Co

machines properly put up,but a home- making the fruit "come up" prop
made or Common Sense sizer will keep erly. If the heads are fa or r. of an
11'0.11 Union St., New Orleans La.
three or four packers going. inch thick, the sides should be proportionately ,
MANUFACTUIIKUS OF
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fc-
Sizer measurements must be varied shorter than 27 inches,
according to the shape of the fruit. in order to make each compartment High Grade Animal Bone Fertilizers

The following will be found approxi an exact cube. MADE: FROM PUKE

mately correct for round fruit: 2525, Always use bright, clean boxes; Raw and Dissolved Animal Bone.

2 8.16 inches; 2265, 2 10'16; Zoos, weather-stained, shabby boxes alwaysgo CU1=tR1=tNTEED.

2 13-16; 1765, 2 15-16; 1505,31016; to the man on the lookout for OSCAR H. NOLAN, State Agent.

126, 3 2,16; ii2S, 3 3 16 (scant); bargains. .- Jacksonville, Fla.

loos, 3 416. MAKING TilE I'.OXES.

WRAPPING. In making the boxes, the heads are BUDDED ROSES!

From the sizer the fruit goes to the placed in a frame (the grower can
wrappers, who cover it neatly with easily construct a device for this pur GROWN IN AND ADAPTED TO FLORIDA.

tissue paper, deftly fastening it with a pose, or can see one in almost any Send for catalogue anti price-list toGEORGE

final twist. Strong manilla paper is packinghouse) which holds them true I.Yo.stl.1lts 4 'Vyl1e,

generally used, some, however, use until the box is finished. The hoopsare I.t'1torILact..crJ.. lilts
white or bright colors. A leading put on at the same time as the

packer says; From the bin we wrap sides, all the nails used !going through L ltAIE QU: \SERIES.
and pack directly into the boxes, they the hoops. "Five penny box" nails
Write to W.1V. Hawkins & Sons for their new catalogue of orange, lemon
having been neatly stenciled first. should be used. The cover is not put and grapefruit trees.

Where intelligent help is employedeach on, but the hoops are carried right Our Specialties are: Ruby Orange, Triumph Grapefruit and Sanford's
wrapper can pack his own fruitas over, going clear round the box, not Thornless Sicily Lemon, the latter declared by experts In California to be the
finest lemon brought to the notice of the there analyzing higher in
he wraps. being nailed, of course, on the top. yet growers ,
It pays to use wraps with thegrower's After the box is packed the hoops are I quantity and quality of acid) than any other variety.

name and brand printed cut in two with a hatchet at the mid- 'V. 'V. HU"-lcl1"1N Sonw,
GQor town: I J6o&



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die of each head on top and lifted up, A III'uckhlM' ALL THE SIZES NECESSARY. Private marks or brands can be
to be nailed down after the has ..- 170 to the box; first, third and placed on the opposite end of the
cover fifth layers aa in A (first layer) and second The best and most extensive packers -
been laid on and pressed down. and fourth layers as in It. in the State confine themselves to box.

LINING. ,) 0 () 0 0 0 0 0 the 100, 126, 150, 176, 200, 226 and MANDARINS, TANGERINES, SATSUMAS.

sizes. All the fruit can be run Pack these in half boxes. The
all () 1) U 4) ) 0 0 0 252
line the boxes containing
Many into these sizes to good advantage andit standard box can be cut in halves
their best grades, with paper. It ) 0 0 () 0 () 0 0 .
simplifies the matter very much. lengthwise, which, when packed and
but little about
costs cents
( 2 per o (P 0 (I' 0 0 0 covered be
can strapped together as
box) and adds very much to the appearance TIGHT IN THE 1IOX.
) n n.. n 1) 0 1 I one box. In making up large boxes
creating a favorable impression A itI'acklRxt Regulate the sizes so as to have the let the tops of each half box be on

on the buyer at once. A heavy $.- : ) to tho .lox: five layer",alter- oranges packed in tight and rise a full the inside when strapped together for
article of ordinary colored "news" tinting, us in A (first layer) and II (second!
half inch above the of the box.
layer). top shipping, so the 'packages may be
makes good lining. Select a tint that It is of that
( greatest importance easily opened, as upon a hinge, by
contrasts well with the wraps. The 0 0 o 0 o ()
the boxes be packed solid from the simp.y cutting the three hoops at the

sheets come usually 24x36 inches; cut o 0 h. o o bottom always; as no amount of press middle on one side, the halves there-
in two lengthwise, one of the strips, the lid will make
.t o 0 o o 0 ing on a loosely by falling apart right side up. It paysto
inches will line the two ends
12x36 box solid.
packed ) pack fancy fruit ot all varieties in
and bottom of o o I) ) 0 o *
one compartment. Have a lever so constructed as to half boxes.
Strips( cut the other way, 12x24 ) I) o o 0 l> the and
press top squarely solidly The systems of layering shown in the

inches, can be put in the sides to fold o I) 1-. O. _.It down, and they will never move in diagrams, can be readily adapted to
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the from both sides.
over top, the box-
A II oranges of this class.
PACKING. "PackcnjpSlrt to tho box; six layers alternating SLACK PACKis
us in A (first layer) and II (second IIINTS ON PACKING.

The fruit is placed in the boxes in layer. ). the most common as well as the Small packers sending away lots of

uniform layers the plan of layering -) --0- 0 U o o --0 o o most serious fault in packing. It is 100 boxes or less at a time had best

the size of the safe to that three fourths of the
varying according to say pack best first
I) 0 0 i) I o 0 I) i) 0 grades as by so doing
fruit. The sizer being adjusted to the fruit sent to market is slack, showinga they can finish up the last box of the
o 0 0 0 0 0 0 o I
several I space of one-half inch J o one inch grade by carefully selecting the best

o 0 0 0 ) 0 0 It IH between fruit and cover on arrival at from the
specimens next lower
O 0 ( I .0 0 grade.
). o 0 0 4)), I) O () It destination. Being loose in the box, The packing table should have a
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hi (
0 Oo 0 O
A II the fruit is damaged by contact, and slanting to lowest on the side next the

<) < o oI 10.-Packing J)1 to tho 1M.x.. tit'a layers, alternating the slackness of the contents depreciates packer.

t. o o ( (1
A It -- the box so lull, that not an orangecan for the packer save time and waste of
--
I. Packing tl!' to tho box; four layers niternatliHr o 0 () ) n o i. move; it should not be packed .
as In A (first layer) and n (second paper.in
layer). ) 0 0 C 0 0 tt until sufficiently withered to stand a the 126 pack put the largest

pressure that will accomplish this.IN .fruit in the If the sides
----- -- i) 0 0 ) 0 itit i IU corners. of a
o 0 ) fJ (
THE I'RESS. box project beyond the heads cut the
) 0 0 0 1 0 0o
Have the bearings of the lever projecting part away with a plane or
o) 0 4) ) 0 1 drawknife.The
0 1
0 .
close to where the hoops come.
) I) 0 CI 4) () o boxes should be
packing set
) 0 1 0 U -- I This allows the middles to spring up
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..1 A II a little and cases the pressure on the upon a raised bench of convenient
2. Paeklrnr 1(0( to the hOI; !Nvo layers alter- 11. Iacking3U: to the box ; six layers, alternating height and incline toward the packer
flat lnKashiA (tlrnt IaytTan) layer). the fruit shrinks. When the pressure who stands at one side. i
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(> o o ) O O Hi The accompanying diagrams illus is across the middle, the fruit Some packers line the boxes with

i) 0 () I 0 0 () trate the various plans of layeringnow there is pressed below the sides at a colored papers, folding neatly over the

in use by packers. time when such pressure is most top oi the fruit. This adds to the appearance
o 0 oo > 0 o I
harmful.A of fancy Iruit.
t it i 0 0 o ARRANGING THE LAYERS.In Grade Never different
.
good lever can be made as follows carefully. put

A It packing each of these styles : "Nail a cleat against the wall sizes in the two compartments of
:L 1'-.kln.r lie! tet the box; ( !.,aycrstiiltcrnatlHjras -
In A (first" layer)and II(Ocoond layer). (with the exception of figure it, 216 of the packing house, 2x4 inches, 3 the same box or mix brights and rus

._ to the box) the packer stands at the (feet long. Then saw two more sets. Mixed sizes can have no grade
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() 0 ( () () side of the box and begins with a pieces about four feet long and hinge and are not wanted at living prices,

o 0 ) 0 I. layer across the side. I In packing: 16 them to a cleat about 30 inches as they are never wanted by the trade.

the box he with two in the both ends and the
I) 0 I 0 0 to begins apart, bringing them together to a Securely hoop

0 I) t 0 1o corner and goes diagonally across the point in front and nail together. center of the box. The hoops

box. Packing from the end insteadof Where the two points of this lever strengthen the package and facilitate .
t) 1) U 0 the side makes the box to ventilation when in transit.
al pear come down on the box, nail two piled

A II less advantage when the cover is on, pieces of board ten inches PAINSTAKING.
C.-I"a@klnJr" 1M to the box; five layers, alter square.
natlrnr.1V' In A (first layer)and II(l'"Cmtlltl'l'rt.) as will be seen by looking throughthe (See diagram.) Drop it down on By taking extra pains with their

crack in the corners; furthermore cover, sit on it and nail up. (Wegenerally packages and packing, some
o o 0 ) It 0 I growers
packing from the sides gives a better make our boxes during
up obtain fancy prices for their Mandarins
kt it I) I
o o 0 ) O {) I. layer without injuring in close pack much time and delay.) having the same grade of fruit fail to

O 0 II lij O 1} O ing. A string may be fastened to the secure more than the market price of
THE DOVETAIL PLAN. of the lever and it be
point
A iI'aekingit0tothebox may ordinary fruit. The same thing is

6.- ; 'Hvo layers.alternatinjr The arrangement which brings one fastened up against the wall when true of other varieties as well as
In .\ first ) anti In II second!
( layer (
as in We bench
layer). orange directly on top of another, not use. use a 14 or 15 Mandarins and Tangerines;; the man

instead of breaking joints as in the inches high to place the box on who is painstaking in putting up his

) U If I U 0 CIo diagrams has been discarded by the while nailing up." fruit is the one who gets top prices.

0 4e4), 0 n best packers, the "pack" of 128, 146, MARKING. False marking, as to the contents of

II 0 I II II I- 250 and other sizes, formerly used but When the package is finished markas the box never "catches" the trade and

o U Of} U 0 now discarded on this account, are follows: I In the center of one end always comes home again in the shapeof

I not therefore shown in the diagrams. stencil the name of the house to which returns based on the poorest specimens (
0 0 II I
) 0 0
.... Alternated so that each orange the fruit is sent. In the upper left put up.

A 11 comes over the space between two, hand corner mark the number of the One of the most important featuresin
6.-Paekin MO. to the box; ttvolayers, alternating '
as in A (first layer) anti II (second. ) the whole has more solidity and elasticity box, 126, 196, 200, or whatever it may packing oranges I it the uniform

layer). and the fruit as a result sustains be. In the upper middle of the box- neatness of the package. A box of

-, W 0 0 1 0 0 0 less injury from rough handling. More head stencil the grade of the fruit, i oranges attractively packed in a brightnew

0) 0 n 1 oranges, or rather a greater weight of Fancy, Bright, Golden Russet or box, securely strapped and neatly
o o
fruit can be gotten into a box on this Russet. In the upper right hand marked, arrests the attention of buy

t e o 1 0 1) 0 "dove-tail" plan, which gives an ad- corner place the name of the fruit- ers. Medium fruit well packed will

o 0 o I 0 O vantage in the market, where the Orange, Blood, Navel, Mandarin, always bring more than choice fruit

) 0 0 II 0 1) o heaviest boxes bring the most money. Tangerine, etc., as the case may be. poorly handled. And, generally



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THE PIONEER FERTILIZER FACTORY OFfl FLORIDA.

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Importers of -
Manufacturer of _
lil T: ;B.RO'SFERTiIiZE' ( & PNOSPNRTECO ,.
Sulphate I Potash 1 All Kinds of BRANDS

SUITABLE FOR ORANGE
From Germany.HIGH -
.
"
"
TREES,Peach

GRADE: SULPHATE J I Li Trees, Strawberries,
90-95 per cent. >46.00 per ton.
Pineapples.
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_
DOUBLE: MANURE SALT, __ ; :t. Write-Cora _
4S- 5 per cent. Sulphate Potash, / j/jN'/ ij '
'.00 per too,free on board cars c Pamphlet Giving
Jacksonville, Kla.
; Pilll Particulars

Also large buyer of "' r TO -
'tl .
:
'
I East Bay Street,

HVEry Kind of.--" Jacksonville, Fla.lockhart .

-To-

Raw Material Little,

.Q...\It.."+'"t'>VI...*..no"* Uf'..
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speaking; the more care there is takenin I! proportion to its quality and the cost in-: close box it is a very superior; I give the result of my observa
putting up fruit the better it will | of handling it, than any grower the pear. This is all.important. Exposedto tions. I have for several years noticed
sell.
writer knows of, still handles a crop the air the quality is not near so that on the terminal knob of the pistil
PACKING-HOUSES. of 4,000 to 7,000 boxes in one side ofa fine. I fooled away over 1,200 bush there is almost invariably a coveringof
In the space of this article it is not small barn. And it is a fact that els for cooking and preserving at $i per a white milky and viscid gum
possible to give plans and details for the fruit that is "railroaded" throughthe box, and for the balance I have been which I do not find on the pistils of
the construction of packing houses.In large packing houses in this Stateis getting from $2 to $2.50 right along. other citrus flowers. Thinking that
fact no two growers would agreeas seldom well packed, and it suffersin Referring to the subject of root this gummy substance prevented the
to arrangements. The packing price accordingly. It is easy to pruning, I would urge your readers to contact of the pollen with the pistil,
house has to be planned to suit the understand how this comes about. give it a trial. Dont't be afraid the two years ago, with a soft wet
individual, place, size of crop, etc. All the work is done by the piece, the tree won't grow. Set as early as prac- washed the gum from three blossomson spongeI
"Anyone about to built could get sizer is set a little too close so that the ticable, tramp thoroughly and any deciduous a small Navel tree that was bloom-
most satisfactory information by the packer can drop the fruit into place shade or fruit tree will grow ing well, and applied the pollen to the
personal inspection of buildings and quickly, which he must do to earn his off as readily with one inch of rootas washed pistils. The three blooms
arrangements of successful packers," wages. The result is "slack pack," with ten and give practically a seed. produced oranges, and the tree matured
says one of the latter., Another says: and all the operations are hurried and ling, deep-rooted tree. I have also but three other makingsix
"In a large house a good plan is to.. slighted in the same way. One grower tested it for oranges and find that if in all. It seemed oranges to me that I
have the fruit come in at one end and I has reduced the cost of the entire set in December or early in Januaryand had thus secured a perfect contact of
move right on to the other end with- operation of preparing for market, the top cut entirely away, allow the pollen with this pistil and thus in.
out going hack, which causes con. from picking to loading into the cars, ing one shoot to grow, the result in sured thefertilization which would other
fusion. We have the part of our including all material to 23 cents per three years will be a larger, finer tree wise have been prevented by the
house that we take the fruit in at and ,I box; but the old fogy who pays 50 than one !set\ with long roots and top If Mr. Hart and other close gum.investigators
store it while it cures two feet and cts per box, to have the same thing in five. H. M. STRINGFELLOW. will notice this on the
onc.half higher than the rest, so we done well, has an advantage of 50 Hitchcock, Teas blossoms next spring they gum might
have no steps to walk up to the sizer, : cents to $1 a box in market. The Kieflers sent by Mr. Stringfel- haps discover whether it is the per real
.
which lessens the labor deal. -.-
a great : low were duly received and were an cause of the non-bearing habit andif
We think the plan generally adoptedhere Tho Kioffer at Its Boat-Fruit No tea.iMitor agreeable surprise. They were so so find a corrective. ,
the best to have the bins around Farmer and Fruit Grower: mellow that they could easily be Thorough washing of the bloom
three sides of the sizer, having the Farm and Ranch got things mixedin thumbed, and as soon as the skin was with a spray pump, or some special
oranges run in gutters from the sizerto the article you copied last week. I broken the juice fairly dripped from manurial treatment, or both, might
the bins and pack right from the said "thousands of peach trees were: them. In short, they would easily produce interesting results.
bins. Another packer says : killed by overbearing.: It would be I rank with the very best second grade WILFRED.
"Our rule is-fruit comes in rear hard to kill a healthy LeConte or eating pears of the Northern States, .
and as it's handled it is moved to. Kieffer that way) for I had several to inferior only to the Seckel, and much Michaol'tf Late Orange.KJitor .
wards front door. We use field boxes bear thirty forty-five pound boxes the superior to the LeConte. There was Farmer and Fruit Grower:
(handled), trucks in packing housesto past season, and they are covered with very little hard grain in them. I have in my grove a bearing tree,
bring to sizer," etc. fruit buds for next year. that has borne for three years; it is a
Still another says: Farther on in the article I am madeto Non-Bearing Habit of tho Navel. seedling tree; the fruit is between an
"A large packer and handler must I apply one ton of cottonseed meal Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: orange and grape fruit. It blooms the
use his own little devices to suit his I I per acre to my peach orchard. This In a recent issue Mr. E. H. Hart same time that other orange trees do;
house and conveniences to work to aI should have read pear orchard. The mentions Mr. Van Deman's claim that the fruit has very little seed, is juicy
saving and an advantage. All of my extraordinary yield of pears the past "the pollen is almost entirely wanting and sweet. The flavor is delicious.
fruit is taken upstairs on an endless season was due to excessive fertilizingand upon the stamens of the Navel bloom," The fruit runs about 200 to the box.
chain (by steam power) in field boxes an abundance of moisture in the and says, "so much the more omni They are oblong in shape and ripenon
and then comes down through two subsoil. Water will seep into a hole potent then must it be, seeing that in the first of July, keep on till Sep
big hoppers well padded, etc., onto dug six feet deep in the dryest season, ordinary seasons the mark appears tember and have the color of a lemon;
the assorting fable of sizer. The sizer which is just what the Chinese hybrid profusely upon neighboring trees." all run one size. The peel is
is run by steam as well saving one pears want. Their true home and The idea of a lack of pollen seemsto very thin and when ripe they peel
man's time. You could understand where they will never blight is along be prevalent among all writers in the same as a Mandarin orange and
better if here to see it working. I the coast on the low flat lands. 1 speaking of the shy bearing habit of open the same. The trees are very
While a spacious and conveniently i send you a few Kiefier pears as a the Navel. They, all cast aspersionson hardy and good bearers and stand coldas
arranged packing house, equippedwith sample and to show that this is an the virile portion of the blossom, well as any seedling trees. Two
all the latest improvements, is extra late pear here and doubtless i in but gallantly refrain from investigating years ago I sent a sample of my fruit ;
desirable, it is by no means essential I such localities as this. I still have a the shortcomings of the maternal to the State Horticultural Society at
to the putting up of fruit economicallyand hundred bushels or more, this 8th of f part of the flower. Might there not Interlachen and the judges pronouncedthe
in the best possible manner. I November, hanging firmly on the trees. be something amiss with the ability of fruit elegant and excellent. Rev.
The man who puts up the best We all pick this fruit entirely too soon. the pistil to receive the pollen, as wellas Lyman Phelps wrote me that the fruit
"pack," and gets more for his fruit in If left until October and then ripened. with the stamen to produce it? was very fine.



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Without advertising I have found I In this case, the more phosphate of "The increase in the yield of cot Brah mas and the pullets of Indian
ready sale for all the budded trees. alumina it contains the better, as it ton, in test rows manured with soft Game-Buff Cochin cross were selected
Two years ago I sold to Gulick Brothers will be more readily assimilatedby phosphate, was marked and provedthe from a lot of chicks hatched and

Riverside, California, two thou the plants than reverted phosphoricacid phosphate to be better than animal grown to supply cockerels for capon-
sand of the budded trees. I have on which results from the application manure and standard fertilizers." izing. The Minorcas and Light

hand about five hundred good budded of superphosphates to soils containing "The consensus of opinions is Brahmas were from high grade stockso

trees of this late orange. To the ben iron and alumina.In that it is a manure of surpassing virtue, far as "standard" requirements are
efit of the grower I marked the price connection with the foregoing, and for the purpose of restoring ex concerned, but were not very good

very low, fifty cents a piece, by or- Prof. Cox quoted from a letter of hausted lands and old worn gut, farms, layers. The egg yields however, are
dering the same fromG. Henry Wurtz, Ph.D., to whom he is the cheapest and at the same time only comparable among these four
S. MICHAEL. had !>>submitted his paper. Dr. Wurtz the best fertilizers." pens of fowls which were in the same
Glen HUiel, Orange Co.FU., Star JliIt Nuu.C'ry. I. writes: "It is generally believed that it house, and received similar rations
The samples sent were of the shape I "What you say about a merely me- gives better results than any other and treatment. The somewhat close

and size above mentioned, green in chanical treatment, in the preparationfor kind of raw phosphete, or even confinement necessary in any trial
color, but of a fairly good flavor al- use of these phosphatic gravels, ground bone." where a careful account of the foodis

ready. that is, mainly by fine comminution, "During the protracted drought of kept, of course always makes the
meets the approval of my own mind, 1891 trees and crops treated with soft conditions more or less unfavorable

MM ER, J11'lD tf tIeEl\( \ through my own reading, experience, phosphate endured the trying ordeal lor the largest egg production. No
and investigation in every way. The much better than others, whether attempt was made to force laying, and
SOFT PHOSPHATE-NO 2. efficiency of phosphates as fertilizersis manured or unmanured?" broody fowls were allowed to sit at
rationally explainable by their con [To bt (onI lIltd.] willthere being plenty of nest boxes in
An Artlolo that has a Future. version into polymeric forms, solublein each pen. About the same number
Editor Farmer and Fiuit-Grower: the liquids which occur in the soil Raising Cano on Muck. became broody in pens having male
Previous to 1841 the principal commercial I or arise Irom the natural excretions of Editor Partner and Fruit Grower : birds as in those without. Some from

fertilizer was bone dust, that the radicles of plants, or from productsof Replying to your correspondent..sto pens five and seven were removed
being the only form of phosphate of plant decay. Such excrements, growing sugar cane on muck land, long enough to hatch eggs, but were
lime then known. About the year suo ai", convert phosphates into soluble would say that we tried some on new- fed while out of pen the same as
1833 Thomas Graham, a Scotch chcm polymeric or other forms. ly cleared bayhead muck, and it the pens from which they were taken.
ist, had made a careful investigationinto "Mulder claimed that these solventor grew magnificently; in fact, so well All these pulets) : were separatedfrom
the chemieal nature of phosphoric transforming agents are the organic that we saved it all for planting next all male birds when immature,

acid and phosphatic salts. The acids of decay, such as those called. season. But, alas, the late spring and some months before they began
result of his investigation was the humic, ulmic, crenic, apocrenic, etc. frosts which are so fatal to growth on laying. Those in pens seven and eight
widespread use of bone dust as a fer muck land killed alike the
H. von Liebig, some ten years since, early were kept away from males thereafter,
tilizer. It was found, however, thatit claimed that roots secrete or excrete shoots from the old stand and the and during the time for which these

was necessary to use as much as oxalic acid, which alone, or with the new planting. We tried again the records are gh.en.Iale:\ birds were

1,000 to 1,200 pounds per acre to ammonia of the soil or of both, dissolves next year with similar results. Thereis put with the pullets of pens five and
secure the best results, owing to the solid phosphates. no doubt as to the ability to growit six nearly two months before any of

fact that the phosphate of lime in "Gladding proved that organic saltsof if you can protect it late enough in them began laying. The pullets in
bones is slightly soluble in water. I that the land
so ammonia can completely dissolveor the spring. It seems pens five and seven were from the
In 1841 guano was introduced from cause to pass into solution, not improves materially every year, and same lot of chicks, and were under
the Chincha Islands of Peru. Becauseof only lime, but alumina and iron phos also that after the first year the shallower exactly the same conditions up to the
the greater solubility of this fertilizer the cultivation the better. We
phates. Other chemists (as Millot) time of selection for this trial. Thosein
and the consequent better results have shown that ammonia salts even used to use muck shoes on our horses; pen six were also from the same
obtained from its use the demand for prevent the reversion or precipitation we now do most work by hand.If chicks as those in pen eight and had
it rapidly increased. At this time of dissolved phosphates in the correspondents would state the been under the same conditions.

Licbig, the German chemist, discov- soil. It is undeniable that great me- county that their settlement is in it Some of the pullets in pen seven be-
ered and formulated the method of chanical comminution has been provedby would often help in giving information gan laying about a month earlier than

making soluble the phosphate of lime numerous experiments to be almostif as a great deal depends upon any in pen five, and some of those in
contained in bones by treating the not quite as efficient as chemical whether it is needed (for North or pen eight from one to two months

bone: dust with sulphuric acid. solution in the promotion of the absorption South Florida. sooner than any in pen six. The records
Speaking of the advantage to be of phosphates by plant radio FRANK II. \VILLlAIS.Ularn : given in accompanying tables
derived from the application of finely y.Orange County. include the of the
cles. I If the clayey phosphates (meaning --+ larger part laying
powered raw phosphates, Dr. Wyatt the soft phosphate herein described lr Foun HACK ACItKS season, and show what differences
says: ) you describe should really pan Or YOU a e all worn out really goal; for noth there were in results, The pullets in
Nothing of serious moment ing. It in general debilit Try
any out.50 per cent., or even less, of tri J1AOIWM ittOfr ntTTKHS.It pen seven laid about :22: per cent.
has in fact occurred to modify the calcium phosphate, with or without will cure you cleanse your .liver' and e *o more eggs than those in pen eight
in the a good appetite.Poultry
conclusions formulated 1857 by
iron and aluminum phosphates, its ((34 per cent. more per fowl, cockerelin
well-known Frenchman DeMolon J -- -- -
five counted and
importance appeurs to to me incalcu pen ), althoughthe
who, reporting on a very extensive > of food
lable. The mass of remarkable and f consumption was some.
series of trials of ground raw coprolite what fowl (for
significant chemical facts, in the liter- greater per pen seven
in many different departments of ature of soils and fertilizers, has surprised the cost of eggs produced was nearly
France said that "ist. It might be Edited by E.W. AMSDEN Ormond, Fla.
: me; apparently no master mind ...,....,..."""""'- 30 per cent. less than for pen five.
used with advantage in clayey, the first three months for
During
has reduced them to available I
yet any Effect of Cock on Yield of Eggs.
and soils '
schistous, granitic, sandy which records are given number
of soil science. pen
system In order furnish information.
rich in organic matter. 2d. If to some
these soils were deficient in organic Soft phosphate should not be con in regard to this question of the relative I eight also fowl produced than 32 per number cent more six.
founded with "floats" or rock phos of hens with eggs per pen
kept
had been under cultivation egg production
matter or long After this the yield fell below that for
it might still be used in combination phate in any form, the former givingup and without male birds, it is thought six doubtless to the
owing
with animal manure." all its fertilizing properties in worth while to give in bulletin form firmed pen ,habit of feather-eating which con-
from one to two according to results obtained in feeding four
Cox years some
Prof. E. T. at Washington had been purposely allowed to develop
natural solubility and fineness of pul of during eight and
meeting of the American Associationfor pens laying pullets unchecked in eight. The total
verization, the latter yielding nine months. The for conve- pen
the Advancement of Science, 5 percent pens I yield for the eight months, however
annum until its fertilizing nience numbered five six ,
crude per were seven
to
referring
August 20, 1891, was about the same, calculated to the
properties are exhausted. Besides there and eight. Pen five contained during
phosphate as a fertilizer, says : fowl for six and
,
average per pens
valuable properties in the former of the time and
But the into are most seven pullets a
why convert pebbles eight, slightly in favor of eight.
acid phosphate ? The acid phosphateis such as magnesia, carlonate of lime, cockerel; and in pen seven most of( The consumption of food was pen enough
etc. which the latter does not I the time without male.
a
reverted into phosphate of iron and possess eight pullets in eight to make the
alumina after it is applied to the land, and a power of absorption and retention Pens six and eight, each contained 31 greater produced pen slightly exceed cost tha
of moisture of incalculable value. of the time and ten eggs
the of iron and alumina eight pullets part
by presence for pen six.-N. V. Ex. Sta. Bulletinte.
that are found in all arable soils. It The report of the United States pullets most of the time; and with pen .t
is, in my opinion, far more economical Commissioner of Labor on the phos I six a cockerel was also kept. The -

for the farmer to apply to his land phate industry of the United States I pullets in pens five and seven were down from Many orenroxk Persons or household are carts.broke
the phosphate of lime in the form ofa (for the year ending December 31St, Indian Game Buff Cochin cross, and Brown's Iron Bitters bclMatho
fine powder than to apply the acid 1892, from which we largely quoted, in pens six and eight, were Black system,& digauon.rrmore exccsi. of tO*
Brahmas. The sad txzp malaria. Get tfce cmumo.THE
phosphate. says: Minorcas and Light




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767 THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER.
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in search of How to Eat Pines and Oranges.
ghosts)
coon, 'possum or
State: ]'Iews. Our UlIal ]fiome. wild cat, are episodes long to be re For our Rural nome:
membered. Some of the requisitesfor The pineapple is very little knownas
-"""'- -- an old-fashioned dinner were thus yet. It has great medicinal prop
Edited by MINNIE GILMORE MILLS
One Savannah dealer bought $32- St. Thomas Fla. generally wanting, but I determined erties and if eaten with the meals it
000 worth of Sea Island cotton on the ours should be a "Florida Thanks would always be of benefit to the
streets of Madison, Fla., one day not Doo Gratias. There[ would be
giving. Deer, turkey, 'possum, quail, eater. many more
long ago. squirrel all mentioned eaten if the people were instructed -
were as oranges
Thro' famine frost thro' fire mid lltxxl l among
Mr. Clayton Lastinger, of Hillsboro : ,
the possibilities by the hunter. So properly. The visitors to our
Thro' dire disciiM?, is credited with of
county, a crop corn How many have: gone down to death, we seated ourselves on the floor and State, and especially those who sit at
yielding at the rate of 646 bushelsper While we still draw (iod-given breath., began to load shells-Jack and I, for the hotel table waiting (for their food
acre. lIe holds aloft the chastening rod- we both like to have a finger in the with oranges placed before them will
One hundred negroes have been Let us, for sorrows missed, thank God. pie. Then with our fine bird dog, cat them on an empty stomach and

brought from South Carolina to workon For happy hornet, friends) tried and tnie, Bessie, that fully understood her importance the acid cuts the mucous membrane
the big St. Cloud sugar plantation For rain :and) sunshine, trials* few, in the matter and carefully from the lining of the stomach and
during the grinding season.-Ft. For flower and fruit, for bird and song, watched every preparation, and his intestines which causes inflammationand
that fain would hide
With hearts nowroJJ
Meade Pebble. ) :.- trusty gun, he took to the woodsfor developes diarrhea. After one
The Florida Fruit Growers' Company (Tho' tatter men sleep 'neath the rod) the day,while I busied myself with gets used to eating them the stomach
of Boston, Mass., have a fine I Let us, with grateful warts, thank God. light bread, dough nuts and pies, recent becomes toughened so that they can
of :Ft. of mine. eat the with impunity but stillit
young grove 100 acres near accomplishments oranges ;
[But e'en tho' health and wealth have
Meade just coming into bearing. It flown, When the day ended I had an arrayof would always be better if they would
is a solid grove, under one management ; And life drags on, bereft, alone dainties of which I was not take the fruit in connection with or
but each owner has his own five The Father ruli- -It is His will; ashamed on my "side board." (I must following the regular meal. It wouldbe
or ten-acre lot in it. Say to the tempted f5mlHe!: still. tell you of that sideboard some timeas well for the orange growers to have
When heavy falls the cha>>t'ning rod- I little of ) the public instructed in this mtter.
am ingenuity.
The pineapple plantations across For blowings! in disguise\ thank iod. a proud my I
the river at Aspinwall, are looking MlN'NIK( : (iILMOUK :MILLS. That evening the little back porch There is no doubt that if the pine-
grand. People who have never seen St. Thomas, Via. held a wild turkey several squirrels, apple juice was taken with meals in
.
pines growing, are more than repaidby quail galore I would not dare tell place of tea or coffee: it would be of
a trip over there-twenty-five Our First Thanksgiving Dinner. how many, as not knowing the man great benefit to the digestive organsto
acres in one solid patch. The plants "Have you solved the problem of the dog or the gun, you would scarcely all persons that do not have very
there seem to have fared better than making a living in Florida?" asks a believe me. Those who do know acid stomachs. I If the stomach is
most others on the river during the friend. As we receive many letters them would have no doubts. The naturally acid, by taking carbonate of
gal e.-Titusville Star.G. that include this question among others, principal occupation next day was soda (common baking soda) to neutralize
it may not be amiss to, partially at caring for the game. Most of this this ferment or acid, the pine-
A. Danby writes to the Pensa- least, answer this one here. devolved upon the hunter, as I had apple juice then renders a most ex
colo News that he came to Chipley Though for several years we had had very little experience in this line, cellent service. The pineapple contains
about seven years ago, and now has many discouragements neither my none at all until we came to Florida, much saccharine matter which, if takenon
in his charge over 200 acres of fruit husband nor myself, for a moment and he always proves himself equal to an acid stomach, adds fuel to the
and nut orchards, which he has of backs flames. the soda it
seriously thought turning our any emergency. By taking neu-
planted, owned by different persons. upon the State we had deliberately While the turkey was roasting in tralizes the stomach ferment and the
lIe has planted other orchards for chosen-knowing many of the advantages the oven, Jack entering fully into the juice and fibrin :aid the digestion of
who have moved there and be.
people and of other States other food.
disadvantages spirit that was prompting me, declared -
come permanent settlers and are well but little of( this for future has all the
(yet ) our he must have a Florida "trout, My Pineapple Digestor
satisfied. home. We had no well defined ideaas (which is, he says, really a black bass) sugar of the fruit extracted from it;
The Ladies' Town Improvement to how the living was to be made; and taking hook and line, he departedfor there is nothing to ferment, and if
Association have completed the immense but we did not fear that, in a country a neighboring pond. In a short taken with the meal or after there will
rockery in the park east of the of so many resources, we should ever time he returned with three fine fish, be no fermentation but natural, healthy
Leon. It will be covered with flowers
go hungry. We knew nothing, ex the largest weighing twelve pounds. It digestion.
trailing evergreens, etc. For the present perimentally, about farming, nor did graced our table next day, and was THOMAS E. RICHARDS.
a revolving sprayer waters it from intend to "farm -- -- -.- .
we except possiblyon thought to be a great addition.
the pinnacle, but they have orderedan small scale neither did !
a very ; my Our dinner was entirely of Florida Bay Biscayno.
ornamental fountain to take its husband have the "orange craze" production, with the exception of The editor of the Titusville Advo
place permanently. At the next meet (though I must confess to some of flour lard, coffee, and condensed cate has made a second trip throughthe
ing they expect to give the park a the symptoms in m'self'c) simply milk, that entered into its preparation. rapidly growing region around
The association has also had
name. intended being governed by circumstances I can make pumpkin pie and rice Bay Biscayne. A few paragraphs of
rustic seats placed in all the parks of ; and the most important thing pudding without eggs ; but I think no I his account are herewith given :
the city.-Tallahasseean.The was-not a well-filled pocketbook, for I cook has ever succeeded in preparing .
reorganization of the Dade it was being pretty well flattenedbut them without milk. At this later CHARACTER 0.TilE SETTLERS.It : .

County State Bank, in accordancewith a good stock of courage, sometimes date however, no tin cans are necessary seems that most of the newcomers
the new law, was formally con yclept stubbornness.With for a thanksgiving, or other din. at Lemon City are from Key West
ducted, and their application for char- courage and health, what has ner, thanks to the assistance of the and other keys. They are ol an ex-
ter appears on page 4 of this issue. anyone to fear? But alas one of little Florida cow. cellent class; people who have beenin
The declaring of a five per cent. these requisites being wanting, manyin Our menu was composed principally business at Key West, or who have
dividend after only six months of our situation would have lost the of: owned plantations on the keys for
business, and the additional setting of other. But this is not the subject to Squirrel Soup Baked Trout many years. They are tired of the
one per cent. surplus, shows what a which I want to devote the present Roast Turkey, Roast Quail solitude of the keys, and having made
solid and prosperous business has letter. Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, some money, can afford to own places
been conducted in spite of the recent Several Thanksgiving days passed Turnips, Stewed Onions, on the mainland, where their childrencan
terrible stringency in financial and -(three I think) before I made an Florida Rice, Ripe Tomatoes, have the advantages of schools,
business circles.-Juno Sun. effort to celebrate the day in the usual Tomato Pickle, Chowchow, churches, society, etc.; and they have
That Florida's election law is a dis way; though we always had a good Quail Potpie. located at I.emon City in large num
grace to the State there is no sort of dinner, and I am sure we were always Doughnuts, Rice Pudding, PumpkinPie bers. It has been generally supposedthat
doubt. The enactment of the law has sincerely grateful for our many bless Florida Cane Syrup, the lands about Lemon City are
done this State a vast amount of injury. ings. We kept neither cows nor pigs; Sweet Pickles, Preserves taken up by bachelors, who are simply
The operation of the law is so mani-- our first four acres of very fine sweet Bananas, Oranges, Spice Cake, holding down homestead claims, hop-
festly unjust that it is perfectly inde potatoes being demolished by razorbacks Lemonade, Coffee. ing to sell out shortly at speculative
fensible. It is time the shame were and our field of rice by Florida MINNIE G. MILLS.Conduded prices. This is not the case, however,
blotted from the statutes and super cattle, we were disgusted at the mere \ next wtik.\\ for away back for a mile or two in the
seded by a law which will do justiceto mention of them. We tried poultry- woods you will see nice two-story
people. The election law of Floridawas "did it pay ?" Yes. as an experiencelesson. The Tallahasseean credits the Hon. houses, well painted with the grounds
born in sin and baptized in iniquity.The We had a few eggs, it is true; C. B. Collins, State Treasurer with a fenced; and some idea may be had of
interests of the people demand but the mid night marches with lamp 27-pound wild turkey) shot near that the extent and character of the population
fair elections, and nothing short of and shotgun, when we were aroused city. Probably it weighed 27 pounds in this neighborhood when it is
that will prove satisfactory.-Gaines- from slumber by commotion in the when he reached home with it, but known that the Lemon City school
ville Sun. hen house, and sallied forth (like only about 17 when he started with it. opened last Monday with ail attend-



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ance of sixty pupils. Thislis probablythe lar with passengers. It would not behalf Mits. LYON'S. I'EKFETTION: : CAKK.-Five BENTON & UPSON

largest school between Titusvilleand as tedious as the hack line, and eggs (whites of two reserved for fixating :
), 1 li j cups of sugar! 5 cup of butter, I
West. If recollect in weather the trip down from
Key we good
JACKSONVILLE FLA
cut) of milk, :'I cups of Hour, 1 tea! |>oon- ,
rightly, our own school began with Santa Lucia Inlet to Cape Florida fill of baking powder. Flavor with nutmeg

ninety-six pupils a few weeks ago. ought to be made in ten hours. The and lemon extract. Heat yolks and IRRIGATING

SOME OF THE IMPROVEMENTS.At distance is less than 100 miles. whites of eggs separately.
BANANA PI"lJUlsn.-Soak two-thirds
Buena Vista the first settlementon COMMOTION AMONG 1I0 fESTEAUERS.J .
cupful of tapioca in one quart of wateran
the bay south of Lemon City, oltn R. Hampton, a government hour, boil it with one-half tea$IKOnful MACHINERY,

some improvements are in progress.Mr. inspector from the General Land Office salt and one cupful of sugar 01 e-half ,

Smith is building an addition of at Washington, was stopping at hour, or until clear. Peel and 1 slice three 130ThSteam

ten rooms to his boarding house,while the Hay View house during our visit. :ananas', put into a buttered pudding and Horse Power.
dish, pour the the tapioca over them, and
the new school, or academy of the lie came for the purpose of investi hake half an hour.

Misses Merritt, is almost completed.It gating the homesteads in that vicinity, Better with a couple of eggs. using

I is a commodious structure, and is it having been reported at Washington white of one fur a meringue. Pipe Pipe Fitting Brass
,
said to have cost over $6,000. that many of those who had entered Hard since. Sugar and butter rubbed

Very little has been done at the homesteads were not making even an together. flavor with vanilla and nutmeg; Valve, Hose, Etc.

mouth of Miami river. Mrs. Tuttle, apology in the way of complying with OKAXUK l'nwlsu-mny IHJ made }by
using parcel and( sliced instead of WRITE FOR ESTIMATES.
{ oningen: !! (
the of Fort Dallas the law. The of this
charming owner presence gov Kinanas. Almost any fruit is good. with -- --
has done considerable clearing on her ernment inspector caused a good deal apioea. Cream or milk is preferable to
place, and has built a tasty boathouseon of excitement among the homestead water for most of these puddings.\ Qeo. S. Hacker & Son,

her Miami river front. Up the ers. Many contests have been entered BANANA: PIE.-Two bananas, peel and MANUFACTURERS Or

river some three miles, F. A. Jen- and some of the best homestead slice! into a pie tin lined l with rich crust, (, CD

nings, an energetic young man from claims have changed hands lately. over which now pour juice of one lemon .c- =
Florida .. and one cup sugar." Bake with one cn1! t. 09 ::J
Jennings, Hamilton county, Make a meringue of white of one egg raCO a.
is planting out an extensive lemon How to Cook Birds. beaten[ with OBO
sugar, lay on top timid brown W111? ..
grove. He has secured a tract of 120 )KOAHT: (JrAii..-Pick oil' the( feat hern, slightly.! sm

acres of very fine hammock land, and draw and nicely wash!' the birds, and if BANANA C.\Ju-Two: cups sugar, half -g + 3:

has cleared about thirty acres, whichis then in time let thorn remain all night in cup butter, three eggs. one cup milk, cco
Kilted water. Make a dressing! of breadcrumbs c
three cups flour, one! tablespoonful soda
being set out in a solid lemon -
grove.R. Reasoned! ) with salt, |pepper i and and two teaspoonfuls: cream of tartar. ... a.
C. May\[ of Rockledge, representing Hitter; (ill the cavity though do not Hake in layers, put sliced: ltanana., wet o :-:t
George II. Penniman, of New crowd it. Place: in a pan with a little with n little lemon juice, between.h o

York, is also making extensive im water, baste occasionally with the gravy, h HAm TONU ( Referring to paragraph in ..

provements in the way of clearing and turn them over when the upper ewe another column).-G Jlycerine I half ounce;
is of a rich brown. When taken from
and planting out lemon trees, on a the pan, Mir into it a little (lour, first tine cantharidcs, Juarter ounce; sugar. oflead And Building Material.CHARLESTON .
half drachm lac. sulphur half
large tract up Miami river. JamesA. mixed well with cold water; add titltand: ; S. O.
drachm soft water, one Mix well.
pint.
McCrory, Esq., former County 'H'pjKT) let it bail :and pour into the gravy ; III mm: :. --
Judge of Hrevard county, and Mr. N. K>at-never over the hinl!'!. An oyster e.* .-- --

Jlouchard, formerly in business at may in "bread l 1.>e put crumbs into the, with quail butter, simply, Kilt rolled and! Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City Fraudnu apRWrappers.;

Cocoa, are also hard at work clearing i fnlit dealers havo purchased the Sonora -

up a fine body of hammock land, pepper.Another way is!! to split them open at orango Hermosillo crop, and:and are ship t planning to the American to pack it NO MORE CHEATING.Consumcra .
which and clown the back flatten each one out in
they own, are planting outa ;
market. There is about hundred
the with bits of butter a carloads of Fruit Wrappers may
: sprinkle ,
lemon grove. They also expect to pan; and it is Mid to of .
Ije good quality
that honest
knmo
!wilt and iHjpper, and bake. now they get: an << ream
realize a good round sum from their Km I: Fn"lxu.1II'H"h quicker way and growing in popularity with the trade. of 480 sheets and not 400 or 3""O sheets

vegetable crop during the present sea. than picking in to pull feathers and skin AH it is grown where labor is cheap, the to ream OH borne unscrupulous dealers
dealers the small exacted
son. off together; Kparat the brea.-t-which can pay duty supply.
and with
citrus fruits
COMMERCE OK THE MAY.The leaves the lep, kick and neck in one : on. the American compete fruit prollt notwithl'St.JulinJ OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"PrintcMlWramrcra
sgainst! grown *
tieCti-roll In Hour and in of
of the in fry (plenty the long haul to market.
commerce bay general lard or cottolene. Have it very! hot. : are put up in packages;
has increased wonderfully sincewe )M.+ (i. M. of 1000 each, and each Wrapper is

were down in April. There are > .- numbered, in printing, consecutivelyfrom
Tested Rocipos. 1 to 1000. No ono can
six schooners be.
now regular plying EPILEPSY FITS
('O'C\St-T FILUMJ.Make an icing,
tween Cocoanut Grove and Lemon HONESTLY BEATour
spread between the layer of cake then
City and Key West. There are also Can thli disease be cured? MOlt pbysldans tay
sprinkle c'oc.anut thickly over, either the )prices. Send for f.unple: anti prices
I Yet all forms :1dtbe wont After
No- & cases.
;
say
two steamers on the same route ; last dedicated' or fresh cocoanut, grated.'This SO years study And experiment I hate found the toTHE

spring there were none. The Tortu- is very rich. Alice never faild. remedy.-Epilepsy Is cured by It; cured not sub JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO.
gas is making regular trips betweenthe En ) dued by opiate-the old,treacherous, quack treat ,
and and the Al.lCG'8 "()XK:, TWO, TllKEK, Font," ment. Do not detpalr. Forget put Impositions I on JERSEY CITY, N. J.
bay Jacksonville
CAKK.: -Four eggs, :3 cups of Hour, 2 cups your pan,pat outrages on your confidence,;pant
new schooner Biscayne, which was recently of tugar, 2 teaspoonfuls of baking powder failures. Look forward,not back ward. My remedy' N."o do not deal in unprinted

launched in J Jacksonville, was 1 It.'up butter, 1 cup of milk or water, is of tlay.bottle of Valuable the rl'm'd1--M'ot work on the free subject for ,triALAft'DtJon and wrappers.- -- -
large
expected to arrive during our visit. It 1 teaspoonful extract of lemon. Beat : Post-Office and Express addr tI. The

is also reported that Mr. Flagler con all together after the eggs have been Prof.W.IL PEEKE,F.D.,4 Cato SL,New York A OULTRYDEsTrJouRNAL.
beaten; whites and yolks need I not boN.
of the business -- -
templates securing a -
part .'| a rated. .
of the 1)3dunnJ! the coming -- .. STRAWBERRIES!

season. It is said that his present Catarrh Cannot bo Cured Sent on Trial .0fe ffH Make Money with

plan is to build a steamer especiallyfor with local applications, as they cannot The L ana h a FUUITED perfect bloomer ave 8eMfl earl?' MX' Month for AsxAC A Few liens.ONLY .

the and betweenthe reach the seat of the disease. Catarrhis GENTS.It .
purpose, to run firm, thrifty, )'leldllftf1-crop of good die
very
U well worth |UH.) fferoi.tampi H mpl"fre .
bay and Santa Lucia Inlet, con- a blood or constitutional disease, colored and fine flavored l terries>> and is the bet thenameof U. Mention IhUad.
FARM-POULTRY I L a.Johnson*cu.ik.u>o.UM.
necting with his railroad where it and in order to cure it you must take thlpj-cr known. For plants address -

crosses the St. Lucie river. Few internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh I E.: T. nOUimi,St. lull, It

people realize the large amount of Cure is taken internally, and acts -- B. Vt. STONE SCO

produce shipped from Hay I Bisca'ne.Some directly on the blood and mucous i THOMASVILLC, OA. 'J,

idea may be had when it is surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is nota CDCCA guide to successlilCCful -
(
commercial fruit
stated as a fact, that the acreage of quack medicine. It was prescribedby culture at the South of pears

bearing pineapple plantations on Key one of the best physicians in this Yai R Yt' and plums.pcaches.etc.retail nurseries Wholesale Head

Largo alone is greater than the en- country for years and is a regular pre. quarters for trees. No amenta,

tire aggregate in Brevard county. It scription. It is composed of the best i Rhtnhl' cheaper.no substitutions Send for;free hence catalog none

is estimated that more tomatoes are tonics known, combined with the best
-- -
raised on Elliott Key and Key Largo blood purifiers, acting directly on the

than all of Indian River and Lake mucous surfaces. The perfect combination IbcbLANlntt KicUior Ilpra lSdS POTASH SALTS.Are .

Worth combined. It will be readily of the two ingredients is tng Outttte rtltiht pre.ent1o.t t w oflnS INDISPENSABLE: : for

Hen from these facts that it will pay what produces such wonderful results >riurrott wr a bW7 as and fruit of all kinds. On gaily Mils

Ir. Flagler; to put a steamer on the I in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials ,inn...crop fiend*. it i in impo ihle to raiho these crops with
I
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rte between Biscayne and freeF. 1 eak ru..nd tau tr *ttMooeprtyui out them. Sulphate of }'otMh, Muriateof
Hay
prular//rM.
Potash and Kninit. For information
eta Lucia. Inlet. Aside from the J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. -s WM.STAHLQumcyM and .mmnhleta t address GERMAN KALI

bsinN, weh a run would be popu- IlirSold by Druggists, 750. I WOHKS, US Nassau St., New York City.


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THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER.



si. POWEKS...... ..... ..............dltor.P. I consider my prospect much bet- but little, but it does affect the con youth with an open spectacle of a

O. Address, Lawtey, Fla. ter than last season; in fact, I have sumers of Florida products by cutting brute fight tempered only with Turkish -

A. II. MANVILLK' ..... Staff Contributor. orders in already for double the whole down or the stoppage of the wages baths, groomed muscles and unbolted -

business done last season, and my with which they buy. bread.

CONTENTS. stock is at least three times as large. Business in November shows a

Am getting orders every day and am slight percentage of increase over the

GROVE Full AND Directions O.cIIA.D-Orang for Picking, Polishing Harvest> ,, already getting low on some varie- last two weeks in October, which is ]VIaI'l\ets.' \

Packing and Shipping. .... ............ 73 the opposite of the regular run of seed

Shy at Bearing Its Best-Fruit Habit of Note the Navel. .. ;. .The. ...Kieffer. .. 75 ties.Up to date I have shipped about buying in ordinary years. "'"'"

FARMER AND TRUCKER-Soft Phosphate No. 15 or 18 large 2S-inch 10'foot boxes, I H. G. HASTINGS. JACKSONVILLE FLA.. Nov. 23.

a; RaUing Cane on Muck .... .... .... 766 and am shipping now nearly every Interlachen. FRUITS AND VKGKTABLKS.
PeoLTRV-Effect of Cock on the Yield of Hgg 766 --. These are average quotations. Extra choice
and the ) I had
STATE NEWS .. ...... .. ... .. 767 day, on 29th a car- Corbott and Mitchell.In lots fetch prices above top quotations, while poor
load to ofT (for lots a lower.
OUR RURAL HOMK:. Deo Gratlas; Our First get one party. this fallen world fighting is Orangesripe. .. .. .. .. .. ..... i.00 to 1.50
Thanksgiving Dinner; How to Rat Pines W. 1) GRIPPING.[ .. ......
. ..... .. ... sometimes and therefore drops .7S tol.00
and Orange; Bay Biscayne 7 67 Macclenny.If necessary, Grape fruit, box. 1.50
Hew to Cook Birds; Tested Recipes.... ...... 768 honorable. Tile who is Grapefruit 2.50103.00
man compelled
1 the "condition and of
.
prospects Tangerines ..... ....3.5010300
Our Advertisers Corbett and
UMTORIAI/Mitchell-; Markets; Crop Note; .... .... .. 769 business, as compared with last year," to do battle should be preparedto Mandarins. .. .1..50t02.oo
Lemons Fla., ... 1,00101.50
Movement of Oranges; Fruit Exchange Bulletin refer to the citrus I give his antagonist the worst of it. ...
I .. . .... ........ industry, can say Messina 3.50>>
770 Fighting with the fists is the honest MatAga Grapes, kegs. .. .. .. ..... 5.50
Jacksonville Pruit Auction Company' Bulletin that the crop in this section will be Pineapples,crate...... ... .... ......2SOt03.00
; K. L. Goodfteir "Sales; Business Notices about twice as large as last year and old Anglo Saxon method of resentingan Potatoes New York ........... ?.'5
Notice. .... ...... in ... ..
; Incorporation 77 injury and ii infinitely preferableto .. 5.barre1lots 2.65
the quality of the fruit the best we Hebrons, seed 3.00
.... ..
the Italian stiletto the American .
have had for rome years. The nursery or .. .bbl.lots 2.75
Weather in Jacksonville. business promises to be about bowie knife. The art of boxing should .. Early..Ro e.bb1..lot.. 3.00 2.75

I : I4 fair. The demand for trees on the be taught to every young man of gen Onions" yellow...... 3.75
red
ttiufi". :!4 I, w.2 s rough lemon stock is constantly in erous blood, and especially so in a Spanish, large, per crate.... 1.15 a.7s
oo go a a K :' "' creasing. The number of visitors land cursed with a servile race. A Sweet potatoes, .30
I": New York cabbage,each.... .10
Nov 14 ... ......60 65 78 56 i70.00 from the North will be larger than skillful use of the fists has often en Cauliflower, N, Y.,each................ .IS
Nov 15'H' .... 59 53 64 50 14 ;,,57 0.00 abled a slender but citizen Beets northern per [ 3.73
Nov 1-6.... 40 51 61 37 24 49 o oo last year, we think. plucky to Turnips, northern 3.00
Nov .......... 49 61 73 41 32 57 0.00 A. L. DUNCAN. give a great hulking oaf what he de. I.ettuce, doz. ........... .15
Nov 18. ...... ...56 65 80 49 31 64 o.oo Carrots,per fbl.. .......... j.oo
riot' 19.......... 62 67 78 6l 17 70 T Dunedin. served. Parsnips, 3.73
No.30.......... 51 54 65 50 15 58 0.00 In our packing supply trade our The parade of uniformed Squash,crate.. ............... 1.35
compa.
- Celery ..... ... .6010.73
Mean... .959.371.349.IU.I60.3_ ._T orders are far in excess of last season. nies with the blare of horns and the Egg Plants, ..... 2.00 to s.ooTomatoes.
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Trace of rainfall. The results of spraying (for the glitter of bayonets, is thought to be 1.30
past Squashes, ...,..... 1.25 to 1.30
D. T. FLANNKUY.; Observer. season have been excellent, and war- honorable and noble. The most refined Coco nut'...... 4.30

-+. ..- ._ rant the opinion that the demand for women witness and applaud Peanuts,best ... ... .. .0510.06 4.30

OUR ADVERTISERS. spraying outfits and insecticides will contests in the manual ol arms; and Sweet 1'epper.ope1bbh............... .35 to .40
Grapes, 5lb basket. ...... .33
be much greater in the future than in yet all this means war-it means horrid Guavas,3-peck box 1.00

Florida Country Business. the past, especially as we expect to wounds and death on the bloody Okra Cowpeas, peck, shelled,.peck. .......".. .5.30*

Some days ago we sent out a postal bring out some new preparations that field. But it also implies talent; it Green.. Beans.,bushel.. .... 1.23101.30
Peas
card are believed to be specifics for the implies strategy and the possession of : 3.00103.50
mostly to asking
nurserymen
destruction of the Aleyodes (white traits which render men illustrious for POULTRY AND EGGS.
them to state the condition and prospects Hens. to .33
fly), and the various families of scale, all ages. Roosters.... ........... ........ .3510.30:
of business as compared with without reference to the hatching, But what talent, what brains is .... 3010.35
pound ..... to .
Turkeys MS
last year. We append the replies received and also for the mites which are provo there in two bullies mauling each .per .gross 35 to .30.13Ducks

be troublesome the other for ? Granted that the Geese....... .30
up to date : ing to so to pine. money Ilggs, .2J

I believe I will do full as much if apple grower. E. BEAN. art of self defense is honorable-and HAY, GRAIN, ETC.
Jacksonville. even noble in a just cause-what
not more than last White corn, .m.Ulot....S 1.33
year.C.. A. BOONE. In reply to your favor, from present spark of honor or glory is there in Mixed: corn, .". ........ 1.30
\\'hiteoat",
1.83
Orlando: Fla. appearances, the outlook for the two coarse, beefy creatures knockingeach Mixed oats 1.75
Our trade is about equal to last truck farmers in Florida is not as other out on a hundred bets ? clay No. i, Timothy, small lots. 30.00
Wheat bran small lots...
IO OQ
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autumn, rather a slight increase per good as last year. The gentleman) who, with his fist, Ground fecvf,fresh (corn and oats),per sack
There has been decrease in knocks an insulting of 100 pounds..... .. 1.40
a great negro or a toughof
but is promising better for
haps, Feed meal, in sacks of too pounds, per ton. 33.00
winter planting. acreage planted, owing to the financial his own race, into the street- Rice Dour, percwt..90I'ure
what has he in wheat, per sack of 100 pounds. 1.40
REASONER BROS. inability of merchants to carry I common with these Prepared steam cooked cow (feed per cwt.
Oneco. the truckers' fertilizer bills until maturity bruisers ? ijo-pound sacks. 1.30
steam cooked horse (feed cwt
Prepared ,
In reply our [insecticide] businesshas of crops, as is usual. The The greatest and noblest men and 150-pound sacks..per 1.30

increased from one-third to one- failure and suspension of banks in women wait to do honor to the successful I'e.rllrit., per .. 3.15
Pearl meal' per 3.15
half over last year, with better prospects different parts of the state, also affected soldier in a high cause, but Flour best winter wheat, patent. .......... 4.30
Flour, extra fancy family... ...... ....... 4.33:
of the truckers' individual these who for
for 1894.McMASTER many men fight money are (Half barrels,either brand 230 per barrel
: & MILLER.San accounts. The hot dry weatherof followed by low fellows who study extra.)
Cotton seed meal bright, per ton...... ..... 33.00
Mateo the last two weeks in Septembermade fighting fo the sake of fighting. The Dark or Sea Island cotton seed meal per

The hard times everywhere, and havoc with vegetable crops al bruisers, while in training, set men a Pure ton.ground. ., ..bone, fine", per.to.n.Nonela.market.. 30.00

the severe storms on the Gulf and ready planted, and the gale of Octo good example by eating graham Bone and potash per ............ 33.. 0German
kainit, per On.................. 17.00
Atlantic coasts will curtail the number ber 12th did great damage. bread and lean meat and rigidly abstaining Land 10.00

of trees planted in the region There was a hopeful feeling duringthe from pastry and liquor. But Nitrate Soda, ttfc per pound; per ton. ...... 33.00
Muriate potash, iKc pound ton....
where my trade lies. I expect to sell latter part of August and first of this example is not followed by the Sulphate potash,: 3c per per pound;;per per ton.... 30.00 33.00

my entire stock, however, as the in- September in the prospect of the im vulgar toadies who gamble on their Sulphate potash. 90 per cent..... ..._.... 33.00

crased percentage of new business will mediate repeal of the Sherman law, muscle. Neither does their "scien SEEDS, ETC.

more then offset the falling ofT from but as the Senate was so slow in act tific pugilism"; diminish by one iota Peas Split! .... 3.73
Black-eyed Peas, new crop, bush........... 1.75
above causes. G. L. TABER. ing, that hopeful feeling gave way. the use of the desperado's pistol and .. .. 3.35

Glen St. Mary. So far as the crops are concerned that knife in the daily brawls of this coun Alfalfa Lima or Lucerne., per bushel ..... 3jo JOe

Trade during the past year has been are planted in the fall, we doubt I try. All the prize fighting in America Genuine White seed red rice rust proof oats "It .... soc

very much less than for several years whether there will be one-half the does not prevent the little rascalsat Florida grown seed rye .. vas 3.33

past During the summer I had a amount of vegetables shipped that school from whipping out their Texas Georgia rust rye proof oats "" .. 1.73 jfio

great many inquiries, indicating that there were last year. jack-knives and slashing at one .

there would be a great many trees If business confidence returns, as another on the first provocation. Crop Notes.

planted in the State this winter, but expected since the repeal of the Sher Therefore, says every right-minded Orange buyers arc hero and are buy.

within the past three months inquiryhas man law, the spring crops will show a citizen, let our boys be taught the ing, in spito of the prediction that there

fallen off very rapidly, presumably large increase over last year, but we art of boxing within the seclusion of I would be no fruit sold in Florida: this

on account of the unsettled condition look for no solid improvement until concealing walls, as a manly exercise year.-Lecsburg Commercial.

of the country. If confidence the present administration shows whatit and a measure of protection in an I About 18,000 boxes of trangcs have

should be restored within a short timeI intends to do with the tariff ques hour of peril; and let it stop at that. been shipped from Oviedo to date.

look for a good trade this winter tion. Nothing could be worse than Let not these bullies, under the hyp- Ae we stated! in September, the fruit in

and spring. R. W. PIERCE. the present uncertainty. The tariff ocritical pretense of "scientific pugilism much this vicinity more packs w running 150 and unusually 128, than large 17(5(

Sunset Hill. affects the planters of Florida directly ," be allowed to debauch our or 200a.Oviedo Chronicle.T69 .



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FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. 770



I ''TO FLORIDA ORANGE GROWERS : .


Having received pledges for only 9,700 boxes of oranges for our I am still anxious to help raise tho standard of tho Floridapacking

November 15th steamer direct to Liverpool, I have concluded to give and for that purpose will continue the prize that was offered

up tho project this season because of the lack of support, as it would of $50.00 to the shipper that receives the highest gross average of

be necessary (as I have previously stated) to have at least 15,000 results of sales during this season in tho English markets. Tho

boxes pledged, in order that I would be justified in chartering a only stipulation that I can make is that competitors for this prizo

steamer and going to the expense and risk attending the same.: shall ship not less than 100 boxes at any time during tho season.

While I do not favor shipments of I Florida oranges to Englandvia I By this I mean that there can be four shipments of twenty-fivo

New York, in view of the fact that I have this quantity of fruit !I boxes each, or one shipment of one hundred boxes, in either of

pledged for export, I would( now solicit the same to be sent by way I which events tho prizo will be subject to competition.I .

of the Clyde line steamers to New York, where the fruit will be I urge those that have pledged fruit for my direct steamer to

transferred to the fastest Liverpool steamers sailing from this port.I! make theso pledges good by forwarding via New York. Tho net

It is necessary to have the most carefully packed and best quality of,I proceeds on shipments of fruit to one hundred boxes will be cabled,

fruit, and such will, so my advices from England state, probably I! so that it will be possible for me to send these to each shipper

bring satisfactory results. Tho expense of exporting via New York about fourteen days after the fruit leaves New York. An advanceof

will be, so far as freights from Jacksonville to Liverpool including 35 cents per box will be made to all shippers forwarding fruit for

cartage in New York, is concerned, 75) cents per box. (Concerningthe export via New York, the same to bo paid as soon as the fruit is received -

expense in England, it will probably not exceed :25! cents per hero by me.

box, which will include all charges; but these will be actual. I

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Domestic Shipments of Oranges and Lemons.



I advise shipments of bright, large smooth lemons, with the Oranges arc meeting with a fair demand, and such shippers as

prosi) t of realizing on such good returns to growers packing this have early matured fruits i advise forwarding the same

fruit with care and grading in best possible manner. .
.

E. L. Qo 0 r ELL,.


Now,, Yorlc.
103 1"'u1.1c Plrl.ce: a a

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It is estimated that there will be fully have no reason to feel otherwise than 2.50, and 3,150 boxes averaged 152. report that choice to fancy oranges 170
all the fruit wanted. to 200 size are selling ai 2.00 to 2.50,
150,000 boxes of oranges chipped from satisfied that we arc getting mar- Grape
Micanopy the present season. ket will at present pay for oranges, quality ]- when sound.
averaged:: \ Russets, same grades and sizes are
and condition considered I; but we ;
Mr. 8. II. Chubb, of Winter Park hasseventy
while inferior
slow sale at 1.25 to 1.60
sound fruit.
must confess our disappointment over .good
the Heather men at Inland work shipping! He the crop of results so far, much of which however, 6. Sold half the car lemons, brighU at grade gout 75c to 1.25.
boxt'H last week.grove Tho fruit shipped is all is duo to the poor condition of fruit.Every 2.00 to 2.SO, russets 1.05 t U 1.35. stock *: We are constantly asked for our opinion -
2,500
All we can in re-
advice as to shipping. say
letter and telegram of recently (
very poor.
old and far has netted $1 I
nearly a
so
is to out the situation as it
received, reports more or less decay 7. Car 2503 sold 1.15 to 2.25: average ply point
b.x on the trees. Last the fruit of
year is and give results of actual
this the dealers a good l deal ; to this we attribute most of the poor i 1.62; mostly green russets. Demand really ,
grove gave
results of sales. Again, shipments are good for choice bright fniit sales.If.
of trouble.
... very much heavier than usual at this .I 8. Sold to-day 1.05 to 2.20, average fruit is f good and in sound condition
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time, all of course being forced upon 1.57. A few lots perfectly sound. Moreor we believe it will bring satisfactory result
Movement of Oranges.The markets not having quite as much moneyin I less decay in the balance. Tangerines, ; *.
shipments are running very heavy.On circulation as at the same i jMjriod last 4.30; graj>e fruit 4.00. TELKtfRAMS.: :
Sunday, November 19. the enormous season. 9. Your car oranges sold to-day for 1. Car gOO, fruit mostly in bad condition -
aggregate; of over (05,000 ,ix>xefl went out We mention these facts to let the 720.00, an average of 2.30: i per box. averaged; 1.42 J per box, market firm,
of the Statt. For the past) week the total growers know why prices are so much 10. L. & N., 15945, sold for 615.00. lemons wanted.
shipment out of the State are computed lower now than at same time last year. Stencil 6772 rotten, sold for 173.00; balance 2. This market bare of lemons. Good
at 275,000 boxes, of which 101,314 were Wo are taking advantage of every precaution this car sold for 441.00. fruit will bring fancy price
carried out by sea route One steamer's! to hurry shipments to destination LI v En roo LOwing 3. Car 17548, averaged; l 1.52. Fruit generally
load was 21,314 boxes. The Brixham and using all facilities obtainable to poor condition of arrivals poor, some decay.
Bailed on her second trip November 22, to t secure the safe carriage of tho fruit, recent sales have been low. Last sale 4. Car 15861, averaged 1.30, much un-
!having on l hoard 8,000 tjoxes. The .Fruit but with it all decay is reported. ranged 13 to 11s, average, 7s. sound
Exchange: handled about 25,000) boxes for Oranges are now selling at 1.00 to IMO Nearly tho entire shipment for export 5. Car 16<;X)7) hold for 700.00. Average
the week, not over 500 going to Liver tor common to fair bright; and bright hence 8th and Oth, reached Now Yorkin 2.33. Fruit is wanted.
pool. Even the St Johns river clogged i niw-eti*, the choice to fancy briglits l.GO( such bad shape it was deemed best to 6. Sale to-day 1.05 to 2.00. Averaged
with orange Three steamer l loads were to 2.50 when sound. hold and tell! there.JAexsotivIL1.E 1.52. Considerable rot.
brought down to Jacksonville on Sunday: 7. Car 1062 averaged 1.38, car 1780
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yet tome were left along the shores, for Grape fruit still active at 2.00 to 4.00, ,November 21.-Advices 1.41.
which a barge had to be brought into re but we apprehend that recent somewhat heavy receipts since our lat ihsue do not show that animprovement I 8. Sale to-day 1.10 to 2.00; average 150.
will 1 reduce the price
) all less decayed.
quisition. has occurred. The universal Nearly more or
Tangerines selling 1.50: to 4.00 according gold 1.30 to 2.15
-- -- Fruit is reaching all 9. Car 11340 ; average
is "decay.
and and mandarins cry
to
quality Kicking,
FruitExohango Bulletin. 1.30 to 2.50. The demand for these market, showing from :5> continues to 50 per cent.low 1.58. Many Balance lot car will lemons decay,sold some 1.00 very to
this green.
Nov. 14. To-day' varieties seems only fair at present. decay. So long as
JACKSONVILLE, we
will The trade 2.10; average 1.30. Very rusty.
aro confronted with the bare facts that lemons are wanted if good. Rough prfcea generally prevail. 10. Salo today 1.00 to 1.90. Average
active and the demand satisfactory.
)prices do not como up to our expectation rusty, and scaly lemons not wanted. is and consequently 1.40; l badly decayed.
; fruit is selling' lower than usual' at Wo recommend extraordinary care in I but buyers cautious are suspicious all because ofthe 11. Car 17933 average 1.46, poor condi-
thte particular part of the season, and the preparation of fruit for shipment; very of tion, much rot.
evident fact that the keeping qualities
the outlook is not cheer most of the decay reported covers lots ;
immediate very the fruit are I::!. No fruit here; the market is only
poor.Buyers
fresh from trees.TELWIRAMS..
tacked !
{
ing.We in the fruit centers are willing about 1.50.
see daily quotations 2.75 to 3.00, to fair prices for good: ( sound! fruit, 13. Car 2515 !sold at 1.50 to 1.65; oranges -
and 3.50 for choice to fancy oranges ofbest pay and decayed. Car 15312
sizes. 170( to 200. A very email percentage 1. Six hundred boxes sold t to-day 1.25 but they are afraid want of fruit'the that lines they showing can sold; l.GO green to 2.05. Lemons 2.15 to 3.05.
however) of recent shipments to 2.25; average 1.68, fruit fairly sound. decay. They fruit that will do to ship Demand for Mandarins and Tangerinesnot
have gone over 2.50, and to-day we feel 2. L. & N, 17554, sold to-day for 590.00; depend their upon, with a reasonablecertainty as active as usual at this time. For
out to patrons
4 that figure represent the out- averaged 1.70 per box. that it will hold in good mer is selling 1.25 to 2.00, latter 1.75 to
side price for bet fruit. We have carefully 3, Car No. 2782 averaged 1.40. Car up 4.00 according to quality, condition and
watched results of sales through No. 17634 averaged 1.45; poor order. shape. .
other channels than the Exchange, and 4. Fruit in very bad order sold GOc to So far as prices arc concerned we can packing.TIIR



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771 THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER.


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t i rape fruit still doing well and carrying to 13a f(l. Malaga Lemon, very strong:: divided into Twenty-five hundred ((2500)) shares,
of the par value of Ten ($10))) dollars each.
in fine ftliape, selling 1.75 to 2.00 for demand, half chertst Felling from 18s to Section 2. All stock shall be paid for in full, in

fair grade and from :'.7+; to 4.00 for the 228; cases 17s to 23s. cash when issued; and all stock issued shall be

shies to fancy. M. ISAACS & SONS. non-assessable. '

ARTICLE IV.
LIVERPOOL HALES.
Pitt LUILI'Ii1.1: November 22.-Oranges Section i. This corporation shall continue for a

Only one fatale wnce a last rei ort. Prices choice to fancy, desirable sizes, term its corporate of fifty existence.years from the commencement of

ranged from 2s to I 10s!; average 8s; much 2.00 to 2.50; large sizes and ordinaryfruit ARTICLE V. ,,.

ecay rejartcd.Jackson J 1.30: to 1.80. y LINE
Section i The business of thin corporationshall
--- ..S -- IttOFnu: : .. & SON. bo managed and conducted by a President

vlllo Fruit Auction Company's a Hoard of three Directors a Secretary and

NEW YOKK, Nov 20.-rtugcs() ) : fancy Treasurer and such subordinate officers and .. /
Bulletin. agents as! may from time to time I be provided for.
bright, 1.70( to 2.00), 1 1.87 to 2.00; russets Section a. The Directors shall be chosen annually .
T. It. Towns Niym: Our() receipt of choice, 1.02 to 1.75; average lines, 1.50to by the stockholders at the annual meeting of

(nut anon the inrroaw, but price are 1.75; Tangerines, 2.00 to 4.00; Manda stockholders tote held at a time and place to be
the down grade.: The fixed by the By-laws. The election ot Directors
unquetftkiiiably on rins. 2.00 to :3.00; grape fruit |per barrel, shall be by ballot, each stockholder to be entitled hortest. Quickest.
cnortnotiH output of fruit to meet the :3.00 to 4.00; boxes, 2.00 to 2.75; cucumbers to as many votes as he owns shares of !stock

'FIuankrs iving demand in certain to create per crate, a: .(X) to 4.00; egg. plant, per The President, Secretary and Treasurer shall be

a glut.; ; the growers will have cause/ of barrel, 0.00) to 8.00; string beans, 1.00 to elected meeting annually of the Hoard by the to beheld Hoard of at Directors a time at and a

thanksgiving:: if they do not have sonic 1.50 per crate. place to be fixed by the Hy-laws. Most AttractiveROUTE

freight. hills to pay We are working:: PALM EH: KiveNiiutn fe Co.Ciuc.(1oSoutlt Section. Until the officers elected' at the first
hard to get the grower.; nome money, but election of officers shall be qualified the businessof
this corporation shall be conducted' by a Hoard
he seems to 1 working initially hard to Water street; Fruit of Directors consisting of Albert W. Webber,
doctroy the market. Joseph K. Sewell and Hurton K. Urns and by
and Produce, sold November 9
Yet we have trade some very fair value Company Albert W. Webber as President and Burton K.
wile of 100Uxes fancy Florida 2.25 to 2.55; Harrs as Secretary and Treasurer. As soon as UETWEEN -
Our last tdl' nun
reports
November In, 140 J boxes fancy Floridas, practicable after the completion of the corpora-
a car of 314: IHJXCH, representing' thirteen tion's existence, the Board of Directors above
2.35: to 2.50; November 13: 300 boxes Florida Points and the North.
named shall elect and such subordinate
grower**, for which we net, for J jjood fruit, appoint
Ktation. Florida lemons 1.00 to 1.70; 1 car oranges officers and agents as may be provided' for in the
thc
1.30 f. b. at grower's TilE
o. .. heated l, 1.75 to :2.00; November 14, Hy.lawn, to serve until their successors are appointed -
On a shipment of russets from licUl-{ and elected by the' officers chosen at the
1 Floridas in bad order 1.20: to I.IK)
car ;
sold hero netted the 04 first election.'
opy, wo grower Florida Central and
1 car lemons, 1.25) to 1.80; November 15,
cents on the trees. ARTICLE.\1.
1 Florida 1.55 to 1.95.;
ear
Mr. X. I). Ifett tarpon, of Ilatttel! lon RC"o. *, warty, Section i This Corporation shall at no timelubjf'C't
PI'I'T1'illunu-J.; II. Seward & Co., sold itself indebtrdneiw '
to or liability
an exceeding
Hullklo( well-known : dealers
onitigo ,
l,3ftJ:; : l boxes Florida oranges, 1.15 to 2.00, Twenty-five Thousand (025,000)) dollars Peninsular
is at AUJ.rtl alxmt 1.70 fair color The names and residences of the subscribers
Mr. L. W. Sxtiman, of Philadelphia, average ; Tangerines, of these articles are Albeit. Webber, Hurton
came down on the Ilrixham on her second 3.40: to 4.40.. Pomelos, generally; i>oor, K. Bans and Joseph K Sewell, all of Jacksonville ViA
I 1.70 to 200.11oMTtNSnow. Fla
,
to look around in the State. biKE CITYMMCON
trip & Co. sold November The foregoing Articles of Incorporation are
: !
Mr. Eugene: H. I Hl'Clfle1cl returns to adopted' and signed this mt day of November,
Philadelphia in a few days. lie has a 1 l.t, bright, 1.50 to 2.37; ruwets, 1.25 to A D &)), in the city of Jacksonville Florida
charming homo near Atiburndalc this 1.75; !xmelos,1.87 to 3.25.;) H. Harris & In witness whereof, we hereunto subscribe: IMD ATMNTJI
Co. sold Novenilwr 1 15:>, Florida oranges: our names ,

tato.Mr.( O. Clifton a prominent commis- .55 to ....'),..; pomelos I 2.75 to 3.25; Florida I J ALHKRT K SEWKLLHURTON W WKIUIKR TO -

ion, merchant and buyer of Baltimore lemons 1.50 to 8.50.Business(). K HARRS.l Nashville St. Louis and
" orange =\ H_ PHILIPS, Attorney.m' Chicago
JiM taken his usual quarters' at
up ) Notlccs.FIWITI.sn .
With but ono chantro of sleeper, connect
Kustis 'for the winter. Nutts utts--The alll)[() Ht Atlanta for NKW: YUUInnd) : KANHAH
Mr. I';. S. llaylin" the Florida agent of >: nursery i IHCUBATORS&BROODERS CITY. The Florida Central am<<: Peninsular
the t'xll'nsh'eLone Iou house of Simons, of Mr. P. J. Bcrckmans, Augusta, Ga., is Broodtn only|5. Deet and cheapest for hits nearly ?U) miles of track running throughtho

Schuttcworth & Co. is in Gainesville the largest! in the Southern States and the rml.iD;chlrki| 40flnt premlomt; 3JM
soliciting UwtimooiaU| wad tor catalotro. Tulmcco Ilr\tknn,
onuigeo for the English: market. eminent position of the proprietor as Q.S. Box S S Cardlngto" O. Stork ,''."m"1....'! />,.try Section,
IUlaER.
-. .- evident of the American Pomological _. I',.,.t'I. MM(I titrnteltrrrLand*,
Society is the highest; : guarantee of the Or<"if/r, llnnanii rout I'lnraintlf Country,
E. L. Goodsoll's Sales. GREEN ACADEMY I I'hvaplerrr llrlt.Unit .
quality. of his goods. See his new card. BOWLiNG lb..SIIrer Spring and

Sales of California fruits in New" York Piui.ADKmiiA: ASI) FLORIDA STKAM-: fowlia Orr* Ta-Opens Bct.7th. Thorough Hhrr "'.",. See"cry.

this week 2T cars, of which I dis|>o:>cd of SHIP' LINI:.-The managers) of this route equipment,careful tntniDC,uneQualled! himlih record' The tirrnt Hunting (Country
ab.olat freedom from hailna, ta 11)) cars. The decrease in receipts did not I have chartered a second steamer, the ). For Mtl.n', w rM John lUrt, M.A.V..f V*.
l-ctL'tll'lfl'ct the marketin Has, tho t>et land) for tillage greatest variety
have the OXI upon South Portland: a fleet and well ventil
of soils in tho State; and above all
the matter of a material advance in hated .htetuner with carrying capacity of IABIE

price( in part\ owing to the rather general 17,000( boxes. This line now has a I-EL! .___. INCUBATOR Runs Whore over It Is the High Control and Hoalthy.Rlcifroland

poor condition that the fruit I is arriving). I steamer leaving: Jacksonville every five lAnd Breeder Combined. PrtSHTous| towns fill its routonml It otters

in, and ItconuMMif a lack of i perfl'l't ion i in days, tile .steamers are fln>t-clas and and book roc of itof tho best freight, facilities for any pnxlucc to
CI&&IcpI
quality.Nov.) delivery, is made right:: in the center of buadr.ds.a.e.ur.l .f a.tiraonW.ttamgwulE tho Northern. markets. Send l for tho |K>pular

1 15, Florida I oranges; 1.I :.i to 2.20. the fruit trade. The rate is 35 cents per '..a.li.Dl.."ut1cW Tb.but.k1D1 neat d.111 r kl t1).. SiiSof song-"MV "

Nov. 17,1.21)14)) :2.25: ; Mandarins\ halves, IKJX. This line has met with success ......,opntd,aWl bel ID." FLORIDA HOME.
fIODcedt4 font .,. with Its words and beautiful
1.25; SfttMinws, halves, 1.10; lKIltdo.,2.25:' :!: i from the start and as it f furnishes the HV a.ua.klDuahlp-A It Ia..akr. Ii ....er c.. '1.leer descriptive spirited of an actual Florida Home muslo and

to :i.Jf;' ; lemons, :II.SO.'\ best facilities at a lower rate than the .. nL which Is gotten up In elegant stylo- HU wires

Nov. I III(i, Jamaica oranges, barrels 1.87 all-rail: route it will IK well patronized. of full sized beret music (paper| containing alsoa
:l.2& IKJXC+ .10* ) to 1.15. advertisement /A plcturoof a homo In f loriela and a hunting
to ; Head their on another Nerve Blood scene. It is mailed on receipt 10 cents (in

to of distribution.)
page. stamps pay expense|
Nov. 0 Auction Company or Tonic Builder Semi also for tho best man of Florida (sent
Philadelphia, NOTICE i5 hereby given that the undersigned free) and note tho towns on its route.
srl*account Florida: Fniit ExchangeJWvoWt the 26th day of (1)ccenberzS&)3apply A. U. MAClONKLM.I A..

! .. *. ItriichUi, J 1.00 to 2.05() ; HUSH, to the Governor of Florida for letters patent on Jacksonville, Fla.

1.10 to 1.70); Sat tllna, 2.00(); lemons, 1.<15 the The following undersigned Charter hereby: associate them drives i

to 2.45; Mandarins 70e to 1.00. Nov it I:; together and become a body corporate under and The Florida Central! &
account Florida Fnlit Exchange) and: others by virtue of the laws of the State of Florida and

7Un( ) I boxes Florida: orange llrights, do adopt the following Articles of IncorporationARTICLE Peninsular R. R. Co.

1.05 to :2.05; russet! .. .SO: to l.SO: lemons, I.

1.00 to 170.uv.. 15, XX(; ) boxes Florida: l he Section"The Orange i. The Growers'name of thin Union.corporation" shall f 0 t:1HCrtpUn: e.nd$ for Offers to Shippers

orange, 1.00 to 2.00< ); home lots ladlyHtarted Section a. The general office and principal pam bJeC.
1,1.00 to 1.25.>> I place of business of this corporation shall be in The Shortest and Quietest noufeIJETWEEN
the city of Jack wnrl11e,17orida, but such branch Dr. WILLIAnS
offices and place of business! may be establishedas '
LONDON, Nov. (0.. About 2,000 boxes the Directors may from time to time determine :SOre MEDICINE CO., FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN

Florida oranges by the Teutonic forwarded upon. ARTICLE II per box. Schenectady, N.Y. THE EAST AND WEST.With .
hero and offered to- CJ for $2.s O. and BrockilJlc. OnLWM.
from
Liverpool ?
Section i The general nature of the business Improved Ventilated Cars this company -
day; fruit somewhat out of condition, to transacted by this corporation shall bea is ,better equipped than over ever to
waste fruit told from 5s to 7s, fruit in general mercantile and manufacturing business! B. SCHRAEDER, handle tho Orange and V'egeUblo Crops, and
. designed' and intended toaid its stock holders and BRKKOKR OK Insure close connections and prompt despatch
.. 10s
. .nllullowlition to
8s
some specially:
,
to all Eastern and Western Markets.
others in the production, sale and disposition' of
"good brands fetching from 10s Od to 13s fruit and vegetable products. The corporation
(Id; which was: the ton price. khall have power to buy. market and sell, and to GRADE JERSEYS. Through oars to destination without .

IX SIK>N, Nov. Valencia oranges today receive and sell on commission, vegetables and change or delay.
and other fruit, to manufacture for sale
4at1s,1 12* (id to 13714s: ; ordinary, oranges oranges and other fruits and vegetables into nun, Cows and Heifers for gale.WAVEHLY I Perishable freight followed by wlro and

lUto Us fid 1; large, I l.fu: to 15s; iandia wine, preserves and other products, to manu : FAn, Leon County, near thlpirs points advised and arrival time at passing des ; nation.various Junction
and sell% fertilizers and the various
orange*, 420 15s Od. ; 714s, large, I 15!*' ; (tar. facture material buy used in the packing and shipping of Tallahassee, Fla, All) claims for overcharges and loss promptly -
mesa los to 15s according to --- I adjusted.
orange, vegetables and fruit.; to build and operate packing
quality. A few Jaffa orange were offered houses, mill and canning ntabhtlhmcnt'i. to See that your goods are markedvia

"to-day, ft'w sold, boxes Ss Od to conduct and carry on a & lse SPECIAL. F. C. & P. R. R.
business; and to do all such acts and things as
Os Od; for tile remainder 8s' ;U1 to 1M :3d be properly connected' with its general busi* For Information call on or address the unde -
were ottVred.LONDON l. nes may, including thepurchavrof theplaut fixtures We offer at low prices high Grade Sulphate reigned :
:\'010. and good will of any person or persons, firm or Potash QO per cent Sulphate Potash 4Q percent C. t:. TA YI/W Trav. Agt, Ocala, Fla.
.-Malaga oranges) firms in any of the above mentioned Muriate Potash 80 per cent. Nitrate Soda 11'. II. TUCK Hit, ncn.A'g't. Fla.
market to-tlAy18 to :2s lower; 420s 8s to lines of engaged business Bone" Black and all kind of fcrtUb ng material: n. )IIOI4URS.. Trav. AVu liesburg, Ha.'

10s, iWMwditw; to color; Mualler fruit 7s Gd ARTICLE III. end for price Freight to Jacksonville by sail, 11'. IL FI7LLKK. Tror. AVt: ,

to Ite) 6d 1; Ja*& OftU1Jnoue fold, 7s Od Section i. The capital stock of this corporation only X1.75ler 1v. ton.s. row KM. co.. Or N. 8. I'KNNINGTON Traffic ManaVcr.W. .

to 8a 6d bid; flew Malaga Sours, 11s 6d that! l>e Twenty-five Thousand (f&oo;; ) dollars, Chemical" Fertilizer*., URlthnore, )ltl. n. ) neJiSSljSteAjt!







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FLORIDA FAIIMER AND FRUIT GROWER. 712



300 Acres In Nursery. Thirty-Fifth Year.y .1.1J FRUI .r rREES. FLORIDA'S advantages for small investments,
1 see "Real Estate Journal," Arcadia, Fla.
SPECI..t\a .I.'I E S: FOR ti.oo per year: sample, with state map 10 cents

H adapted to Florida and subtropical countries. SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write 4-23-120
FRUIT TREES g, Oriental Plums and Pears, Japan Persimmons for Catalogue and price tilt.JENNINCS' J7ANCYPIGKONS- & ,sold nd exchanged
btrawberries, Guavas, Giant Loquat, etc., etc Ra re Conifers and Broad-leaved Hvergreens.Camel* Write for what you want. Stamp for reply
liar, Azaleas, ,ooo Palms, ao.ooo Camphor Tree, :Hedge Plants Open Ground Grown Roses. The NURSERY CO., LLOYD GRANT, Lady Lake, Fla. 7-28-521
Green House Department 1 I.complete in plant of( every class suited to Southern Horticulture. Cat Thomasvllle Ga. mates
mlogue free Address p. J. BERCKMANS, Fruitland Nurseries, Augusta, Ga. ANIMAL MKAL hens lay. Write to K
No Agents.Pruning Ormoud. 'la.. for information....
-- -- - -- -
__ _
-- - -u Hotel
Acme FOR CUTAWAY HARROW prices, address K.
Orange Trees Before Hubbard. Federal Point,Fla.,State Agent
Planting. I European Plan. 1 0-2 1-IfFLORIDA
a -
Hilitor It river and Fruit Grower: Ko. 111, If. Hay St., Jacksonville, Fla HOMF.8KKKKR-PubHshed at Avon

For a month during our dryest a-- Reopened with finely furnished apart- the model colony of South Florida,
only cents a O. )(. Crosby! publisher tfPIIOICK
50 year.
weather 1 had been transplantingorange ments, with clean, nice lxds; 50c to $1 1 -

|per day each perm! Good dining roomin Orange and Grape Fruit Tree for sale.
and will here take
trees, occasion same block with moderate prim* I* All leading varieties: can furnish a full line

to say I followed the plan advocated YOur / a U. L. CIIAI)\VICh. I of Deciduous trees; packing{ guaranteed firstclassin :
after October tit
every particular. Catalogue
by several of your correspondents ---I II J. \V. AND F. D. W AITB. Magnolia Nurseries,

viz.: cutting the roots short Specialties. Belleview Soft Phosphate I elleview. ; Fla. -- ---2j-m-- -
-- -- -- -- -- ---
and cutting back the top so severelyas SALK or exchange one four-year-old bull
Best fertilizer oversold in Florida for FOR
of from wire
Every part our force is made Durham, half Jersey; and one bull calf;
to leave but little of it ; and as a drawn especially for our use. as common soft fruit trees and vegetables. half Jersey, from a four-gallon cow. CIIAS. W,

result I will say I never had so good wire would not hold the coil. There is a SPRING CAMPDKLL, SR., Ocala, Marion Co. 913101SHKU.
in every foot of fence instead of one in forty ..
success. Out of 500 trees I will not ruds. The ties are only one foot apart insteadof POND NURSKRY.-Satsuma Orange!
Price reduced this season to five
several feet in
as others. the hardiest in the world,on fiveyearold -
lose one. Many of them now have a
PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO., Adrian 1
I dollars per ton in Carloads. trifolbta stocks; will bear in one or two
new growth of more than six inches.I Mich. years. JAS. P. DEPASS, Lake City, Florida.

did not use a drop of water until the -- 92'16CllolCn

firmed in the DRIED FLORIDA SERI RYK.-Our own
trees were as thoroughly
Bo ,
Orange Clamp : hence we can guarantee seed as
ground as tramping could do it. / g growing Rye. We will handle no other
of G OUND, teed ry e. Sample sent on ap lfation. Supply
Then bucket
a water was gentlypoured Shapes up the box fat, makes it true and solid. limited. Price f. o. b. i k 7 in the basin, and when soakedup for SACKED. more,12.50 per bushel. Cash with order. Ad
Price Given with this
Js.oo. paper one year dress EXCELSIOR SEan FARM, Keuka Florida
a mulching of dry dirt was scattered l.5.so. 9a-tf

over it and tramped again. II. W. ROOP, Write for full particulars to ORANGE GROWERS : I am agent for the

Then the same operation next day McMeekin, Fla. I Slier made, and a Fertilizer
Distributor that will for itself in one season
pay
with another bucket of water and dry --- ------- CIO S1VIIT-t{ Wtite for prices, etc. C. A. BooN, Orlando, Fla.

dirt. Then followed mulching with 8-26-i6t
--- - --- --- -- --
Pineapple Digester.The General Jooksonville FIG
,jvianagei,
leaves, grass and trash as I could getit FOR SALK for cash,timeortiade,orange groves,
and timber lands K. RUMLKY, Keuka
and a bucket of water through the powerful digestive principle of the Pineapple .i+ )auESnlaI. OkMltr Villa, Fla. .. 3-t t-16t,
w. ]
------ ---
frefrom and concentrated in )J.fWllblu. .1&04 Cklaarlus.
mulching. a
sugar & .,_ Jene1t UHf.WI ud Iatvcau
LOUISIANA GRASS-(jKUpalum (,
)
I am pretty well satisfied if this plan pure fruit extract, which is of untold benefit to II.Let.e1.aule.8be. F": ., r..isr. TberMCbbre4). n..u.g pasture grass for Florida.

' is followed and not so much loblolly most weak stomachs Try it. M4 u.... Jell. Ca&a>>.... Cuttings at f 1.25 a barrel,. f* o. b. W.1L POWERS,
TIIOS. K. RICHARDS, a. W.t1Tlhf. ,..dU..Cluster Cw./'e... l.awtey, Fla. 6-24-101;
made in which to set trees the answerto .
Eden, Fla.ttratUtv
the "When is the best timeto LAKHI.AND NURSKRIKS-For! Citrus
query( ,
CEXTAiroif/) COL U.ll..Y. Trees, on sour or grapefruit roots. A complete -
set orange trees ?" will be, when- llrdftthl. Eugene fl. tttdfitld. ___ '.-....__._-_____--- -N__ stock of all standard .varieties of Orange
ever are ready. There are certainly ESTABLISHED 1871 To insure insertion in this column, advertise- and Lemon Trees, making a specialty of the
you REDFIELD & BON, meals must be accompanied by the money. SKKDLESS Pomelo, and the Seedless Tahiti Lime,
some seasons more favorablefor Advertisements must not exceed fifty words. with 75,000 Grape Fruit Seedlings for grove setting
Commission Merchants Postage Stamps received in payment. also Japan Chestnuts Japan Persimmons,
than others but I
transplanting Count every word,Including name and address. Loquat Plum, Kelsey Plum, and other deciduoustrees
and C. M. Marsh, Lakeland, Polk
am persuaded that an orange tree can AND -- --- ----- ------ ---- ----- -- -------- -- plants
Co., Florida 11-4-121.
+ be successfully transplanted any dayin Fruit Auctioneers CORRESPONDENTS WANTKD every sec-
Agriculture, Horticulture, MOCKING BIRD FOOD by mail, <<. A. P.
the year. The more unpropitiousthe ,.,I Dnrk Strrrt, 1"lImlrl"II'f, J'rt. Poultry Keeping, Stockraising. Living in Florida Druggist, Jacksonville. 11-11-41
etc. Also editors for these departments.Send -- --- -
-
-- ---
time the should be used.I
more care We handle all kinds of Fruits and Vegetables, sample articles and terms. GUMI GUM!'GUM!!Do you chew gum? If ao
have transplanted more or less either at private sale (which has heretofore been "SOUTH FLORIDA HOUR," 25 cents for a package of choice California -
our custom) or by the auction system (recently n-35-it St. Petersburg Fla.i gum, postage prepaid. California Spruce
every year since 1883; never planted added to our business) as you may desire. i Gum Co., Stella, dlfibrnia, Box 36. it-n-4t
SAUi.-A few bushels of Sweet Potatoes, ------ ,
when it seemed so unfavorable as last FOR -- --
planting size A new and most excellent L TRIFOI.IATAS-Uardy stock, best for
October, and never had such success.In BATTERSON & CO. i kind. One dollar per bushel. A. J. ALDRICU hedges; Is per loo; $35 per 1.000;by mall. 3
February 1886 to save as much I Orlando, Fla. II.' -...tI for 30 cts; 10 for 75 eta. L. V.. Kervan, Norwalk,
IMI'oRTANT NOTICE TO ORANGE SHIP- Fla. n-4-4t
t _
top as possible-for they looked so to Buffalo N. V., one of the PURE Drown Leghorn I!ggl. Cheaper than
unsurpassed markets of UniUnl"( States, remember I Stock the very best '1.00 for 13. R. NURSERIES.-Genoa, Sicily Villa
I the I PHOKNIX
dug roots as long as
pretty the Old Responsible, Reliable and Prompt I PUDDY, Lawtey. Fla. 1l-25-t6tPURE Lemon and TardlfT Orange, on
possibly could get them, and out of Commission Merchants who advance liberallyand I I Rough Lemon, Sour or Sweet Stock
dont sell at auction, but direct to retail trade Blood Poland China Boar, seven months and Handsome; 10 to 15 per cent,saved by letting
I don't believe there are fifty liv- for all is In them. Batterson &Co., 167-169 Scott
500 I I Florida grown, $8.00. I'. C., care Flor- me name prices on your wants. F. N. Horton,
ing to-day, and they have never madea St.perience.. Buffalo. N.Y Established 1868-25 years ex ida Il'35tfMACARTNF.Y Farmer and Fruit Grower, Lawtey, Fla. Braid ntown--. -Fta.-__n-4-4f---

good growth. From my experienceI FINK SOIL for Fruit, Truck or General Farm-

I am of the opinion Mr. L. Hedge Rose Plants and Cut -70 acres, high and fertile: 25 cleared, 15
George 111 tings for sale. M. O'NEILL Fairbanks, cultivated; on public road; }3 mile to school,
Taber, in Nov. 26th, and Mr. Thos.L. Orange Packers Fla..: 11-25-131 pofttoffice and steamer dock; on tidewater river,
2M miles 1 to F. N. R.R.i; neighbors right and left.
Brunk, in Dec. loth, are correct. ORANGK Growers' Cypress Ladders; any Kxceptionally healthy. Have another farm near;
and that following their ideas will 1 : from 15 to 36 feet ; also Tap Root and will sell the above on easy terms,at a nom
Chisels T. GREGG Citra Fla.
I S. 11-25-41 inal price to one or more desirable settlers.
relieve much of the ATTENTION -- ---- facilities
discouragement Shipping rail or water. Address Investigate
FLORIDA Fruit and Vegetable Growers, do care F. & F. G. It-4.4t
in tree planting. In regard to graftingI you to know about Boston's reliable

I will refer all inquirers to my article You can save a cent a box by making dealers carefully? prepared Send 10 cents list.in Address stamps or FLORIDA silver for INFORMATION a FRUITS and FLOWERS for the Sunny South.

enclosed you last week.C. boxes onMason's Co., 22 School St.. Boston. Peaches, Plums, Roses,Camellias, etc.
._ None better none chaper. D. I.. Pierson, Mon-
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W. CAMIMJELL, SR. SALU- -Choice Young TransplantedFlorida tjcello,_Fla _____.. II-4tSA'U

Campo tello. Patent Adjustable Re- Rough Lemon Seedlings, i and ij{ MONKYand get the best Pears,Peaches,
---- --..- inch. Best stock for Central and Southern Floe ., Figs, Grapes, etc, from Arcadia
The fruit growers of Starke, Brad- ida, vide Pomological Bulletin No. 4 Departmentof Nurseries, Monticello, Fla. rt-tl+-4t
volving Box Machine Agriculture. BENNETT BROS., Ocoee, Fla.
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--- --- -
ford will erect a ,
county, company 11-25-21 WANTED-Loquat Tree (sometimes called
packing house 105 by 26 feet, the plum) in large quanti
Warranted to make a i perfect box.PRICE 11'ANTHD.-Two MUch! Goats, with kid preferred ties. State age,size and lowest price. Box 1294,
orange and strawberry growers work- Would like to exchange "In Dark. New Orleans, ta. 11-18-41
est by Stanley. GEO. w. FARNIIAM, --- -- -
ing.together. .::;0 Aricaia"nd, Fla. it GRAPH FRUIT Seedlings feet, fine for
.
.
.
prepaid.
------ a -- t $3 50 per 100 J. F. Allen

For Dyspepsia and Nervousness, --- Manufactured by BUST BARGAINS in Florida! Fine q-year-old I Florist, Box 447, Orlando, Via ItWANTUI
Uso Hereford's Acid Phosphate. young grove; first I and Phosphate Lands. Send for descriptive circulars >-A purchaser for jno Thrifty' Year
Dr. Alicia l'tonlZziIobile. :\ Ala., W. S. MOORE, /. L. Derieux, Lakeland, Fla. u-iS-4t. LeConte Pear Trees, 3 i to 8 feet at
$35.00 per i.ooo. B. W. Partridge Monticello, KU.
says' : "It allbi-ds! pie extreme pleasure to I :
bo able to announce to the public, that HAWTHORNE, FLORIDA. FIGHT HUNDRHD pound No. u Galvanized iiiSlfFANCY
for sale cheap. For price address R. C.
in III)' !hands Horeford's! Acid Phosphate l Tremain, ML Dora, Fla. u-iS-it. POULTRY Albert Fries,St.Nicholas
brides about results that it claims. It i it* H'JtlTE JOB rAllTKOULAKS.UIIIST t ., keep fifteen varieties of purebredfowls.

-- -- Agent for Hammonton Incubators and
tucfouunt to the taste, promotes digestion, 1IO 000 Royal Dwarf Bermuda Sucker for Brooders.
.t..it8 and! restored to healthful' vigor' the f sale, 140 per 1,000. Address Chas.T. 11-11.31 A

HWVOUS system in such? a happy. manner, ,*rl I\!E YwortL Verbeke, Drantly, Fla. Iii8rtnnn WANTED to sell Spoofirst-cIassbudded: Orange
A U kln.la, of *. *for Et sr By ostoc ourAda..aUna Fruit Trees leading varietiesfor
that for wakeful's and ner- 15
.
dyg take l'.rt.tkd Eeo.omteat
]know that be ArtM1aa proeoHIt'an mHnf; Hiirt to acor work hf HUm,Alr..te. i 0 (FatgD'utchkby; Cabbage Plants sixty days. I will sell cheap. Addresa or
votten g I nothing may 1A..beIPf.OU. THE AMERICAN WELL\VUUk*. ,, ( ) excreta to any call on G.L. )Michael Glen Ethel, Fla. Star
claimed its equal" &.,.r.. 1U., ....... U1.a Dallas. Tn. 2nt. Arcadia Nurseries, Monticello, Fla.si-iS-4 Hill Nursery. uu"JtTHE

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ns THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GKUYVER.
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ATLANTA. PLOWS

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

The manufacturers of ATLANTA PLOWS guarantee to
MAKE everything equal.

SOFT r\ EXTRA
CENTER HARDENED

STEEL CRUCIBLE

MOULD STEEL

BOARDS t POINTS.

Atlanta Blaok Land Plows.

FOR FALL PLOWING THE

ATLANTA CLIPPER STEEL BEAM PLOWSARE

UNSURPASSED.

WE HAVE ALSO CHILLED PLOWS, CAST PLOWS,
BLACK *> STICKY LAND STEEL PLOWS,
SPADING HARROWS, ETC.THE .

BRAND "ATLANTA PLOWS" IS A GUARANTEE OF EXCELLENCE.
1
WRITE US AT ONOE FOR PRICES.

THE SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL WORKSP.

.o.BOX 486. ATLANTA. GEORGIA.
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THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. 774

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r SAVANNAH LINE.Time Clyde Steamship Co.


53 to 55 hours between Savannah New York and Philadelphia and

4 between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours. NEW YORK, CHIRbESIDlIllID FLOIjiDM UNEI.



OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -

to soil as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,

IwLI sAt 1& t I1to.to. I both ways :

Between Jacksonville and New York : First-class, $15.60 ; Intermediate $9.00; Excursion: 143.50 1 From New (STANDARD TIMB.)
York.
From Jacksonville,
Steerage, $$12.50.
(Pier 29 K. R.) STEAMER Florida.
Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin, 1 17.00; Intermediate $21.00: Kxcurslon: $47.3; Steerage $14.13 Frida Oct.a7th at 3 pm....... "YKMASSKK" .. .... .Thursday Nov xl, at 11:00 am
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to..U.. follows: Monday, Oct 30th. at 3 pm........8KMINOLK"........ Sunday Nov 5th.at I=30 p tat
Wednesday, Nov tat, at 3 pm... ..... "IROQUOIS" .... .... Tuesday. Nov 7tb.at 4.00am
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Friday, Nov 3d at 3 pm....... ."CHKKOKKK"........Thursday Nov 9th, at 4:30pm : & .o
Monday. Nov 6th, atWednesday 3 ......."ALGONQUIN,".... ....Sunday, Nov nth, at 6:30: am
[Central or 90 Meridian Time.] Nov Sth, at 3 pm........ "YBMAaSKK .... .... Tuesday Nov uth at I:.oo a 1ft
Kansas CI I)". Dec lit, 12 noon Friday Nov loth,at 3 pm........8UMINOLK" ....... Thursday Nov i6th at 10:00: ra
City t.f lIlnnliiKham Dec *i, i.oop.mNaroorhee Monday. Nov ijlh, at J pm........ "IROQUOIS" .... ....-Sunday Nov i9th, at Iayo: It'lltt'edne.Iay
.....Monday Dec 4th 3.oop.m Nov ijth, at 3 pm....... "CHKkOKUU" .......Tuesday Nov Jllt..t lyopm
Tallahassee .Wednesday, Dec 6th, 4.30 p.m Friday Nov 11th..t oS pm.... .."ALGONQUIN"..... ....Thursday Nov 33d, at 4:00: am
City of A uguata. .... Friday Dec 8th 5.30 a.mChuttahoorlir Monday Nov aoth at J ? m ........ "YlfMAbSKK" .... .... Sunday Nov a6th at '::00. mt'ednesdar
.. ........... ........... .Saturday. Dec Qtb, 6.00 p.m Nov aad, at 3 pm....... "SKMINOLK" .... ....Tuesday. Nov afith, at; 8:00: amNov
Kansas City............................ Monday Dec nth 7.00 p.m Friday Nov J4th, at oS pm....... "IROQUOIS" .........Thursday, joth, at i.:w>a m
City of Ulrluln llIuu.. ....................... Wednesday Dec ijth 9.ooa.m Monday Nov 21th. at 3 pm....... .."CHKKOKKK" .... Sunday Dec jd,at ".Je It'Dtt'elnerclay
Naroorh..................... ............. ............ .Friday, Dec ijth 10.30..mTallahasspn ., Nov 3yth,at .J pm......"ALGONQUIN.".... .... Tuesday, Dec jth, at 14091&
......................"....Saturday, Dec l6th, n.ooa.m _. ,
City of Augusta ...................................Monday, Dec: l8th, l.oo p.n
Chattatuoclif: ................................Wednesday Dec: moth, 3.00 p.m ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
Kansas City' .......... ... ........... .... .....Friday Dec: d .00 a.m
City of Illnnlngliam ..............*.....................Saturday, Dec: 23&o.0op.m< .
Nartmrltrc ..*......*.................... Monday, Iec 25th 7.0oa.m For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
Tallahassre.............. Wednesday DeC 37th, 9.001.111 ,
City of Augusta ........................................... Friday, Dec 29th, n.ooa.m the St. Johns River.
Chattahoochee..................... Saturday Dec 3oth, ii.3oa.m
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FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON.
Gate City.Thur day. Dec 7th, 5.00 p.m The elegant Iron Side-Wheel.Stearaers
City of Macoii Dec l 4tn.9.ooa.m "Oit:> of Jo.olJso1"1: i11et9.
Gate City. Dec nat 3.30 p.m
City of Macon Dec aSth 9.301.121 Capt. W. A. SHAW,

FROM SAVANNAH TO PHILADELPHIA.This "F'.I."ec19k DeBo..rry,9' .

( Ship does NOT' Carry Passengers.) Ca t.IT.W| : .;Tall N D.:J a.,

DessotiRDessouir.. .. ................... ............. ... ..... ..... ....... ........Sunday Dec 3d .00 a.m Are appointed to sail from cksonvilledally; except Saturday at .3olp.m.!! ., and from Saafori
...... Wednesday Dec I3th, 8.30 a.m daily except: Sunday, at 9.00 a.m.
Dessoug;........ .. .. .....Saturday, Dec: 23d 5.30 p.m
SOUTH BOUND SCHEDULE. NOR linOUxDReaddown.
THESE PALACE STEAMERS Read ap.

Leave.. J.Jopm ............ ........... .... Jacksonville .7..... . ............ Am.. 11-4pm
Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line), offer to the 8.30 p m.............. .......... ....Palatka... .......... .......... Lta.e 7.oopm
Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. ".. 1.30 a m.................................Altor.............. .............. J.OO P DI
Through Ticket and Bills oi Lading issued 1 points North East and Northwest via 2.45 am.............................. 5t. Prand! .... ...................... 12'4'P m
Savannah. For information and rooms apply to It ,500am .............................. .11ere.ford....... .......... .......... 11.4amIt
J. P. BKCKWITH Sol. Agent W. II. LUCAS, Fla. Pass Agent 6.ooam ............ .............. .... alueSprlur..... .................. .. 11.00am
71 Wet Bay Street Jacksonville 71 West Bay Street Jacksonville Arrive 8.00 am.... ........................ ....Sanford..... ...................... 9.00a1
R. L. WALKER Agent, C. O. ANDKRSON AgentNew .. 9.15am .......... .......... .......... Enterprise ........................ 9.30 a III
Pier No.15. North River l New York. City Exchange Building, Savannas, Ga.
RICHARDSON & BARNARD Agents Lewis' Wharf Boston. General Passenger and Ticket Offico, 88 West Bay Bt, Jacksonville
W. L. JAMES, Agent 135.Third Street, Philadelphia.
J. D. HASHAGKN, Eastern Agent Sav. Fla. & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway N. Y. 31. II. CLYDE. Assistant Traffic Manager s Bowling Green New York.
A. DeW.. SAMPSON General Agent W., B. ARNOLD, Gen. Trav..... Act., Jacksonville Via TII IIO. T. EUEIt: Traffic Manager Bowling Green New York.
306 Washington st,, Boston. W. II. RIIKTT General Agent .\.:.I. COLE Tasftencer Agent, 5 Howling Green New York.F. .
For Tickets apply to 8.. F. & W. Railway office. 317 Broadway New York. :M. lUOMMONOKK, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent 88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville Pla.
JOHN I.. 1KMVAKI, Florida Freight Agent foot Lauri Street, J.cklOu.if1e.lI1a.
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J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent foot Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
W. A. HOURS. KSTAIILIHHKI 1875. J. B. BOURS.

WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,
WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO.
13 South Delaware Avenue Philadelphia. 5 Howling Green, New York.

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Grain VI, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers, PHILADELPHIA and FLORIDA $STEAMSHIP' CO.

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We Handle Only the Best andfMostlReliable Seeds. A Oomple Stock of THE DIRECT PHILADELPHIA liRA RBUTE.


Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, HAILING Jacksonville 1>AVS j -
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Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark. ham Steamship leaves Brix- I 'y.--- from Through Florida rates to
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STATF.JAOKNTS.FOR, PURE GROUND BONE S.S. South Portland barre, .Karrlsburff ',
leaves t v Buffalo, Albany
November 26, '93 .1' > Scranton Pitts-
rggert-Allen Fertilizer Co. J| NITRATE SODA December 6, '93 burg, Elmira, Syracuse -
S. S Ilrizhara and #10 ,Rochester.

Star Brand Fertilizers, ppr MURIATE OF POTASH South Jacksonville Portland every leave five r _y \. J .:Y'.I
days alternately. r..I:' r..I:'
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GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. |M| SULPHATE POTASH
HATES ON ORAXOES FROM JACKSONVILLE TO PlillJLDILPHIA: :

Orange Tree and Vegetable \ KAINIT, Etc


Thee FERTILIZER.for Fertilizera Catalogue have free.fo superior in the market and a trial will convince.Send 35. cts per Box 70 cts per Barrel


OHN U MARVIN, J. P. TALIAFERRO,
President. Vice-President. Excellent wharf facilities. Fast time.

H. T. BAYA. THOS. W. CONRAD,
Cashier. Assistant Cashier.

CRPITflll $100,000. Quick handling. Delivery in Philadelphiaat
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THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, Pier 8, South Wharves, in the very heartof

Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General

Banking_ 5usiness.CORRESPONDENCE the fruit trade..

INVITED. For other rates and( particulars apply to
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John L. Marvin A.DIl: B. Campbell.ECTOHH t Chas. Marvin, W. A. $BOMERVIbbE. (Dr C R. B. D1EKMAH.

Jas. Tallaferro, T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald,
W. B.P.Clarkson, C. B. Rogers, W. M. Davidson, Traffic M's'r, Foot Nownan St, aen'. M'B'r, 155 Dock St.Philadelphia,

Dr. H. Robinson. John E. Hartrldffo. Jacksonville Fla. Pa.



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775 TIlE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER.
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THE PAINE FERTILZERCQ. OF JACKSONVILLE., FLA,

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A.I. ] 11'AR I3XT THIS LED: 'I'iiI: SEASON.

THEIR CKMJBRATKD Brand of TRUCK FARM HRS' SPECIAL produced the first best crop of the year,and the patrons of thi brand have been very successful and made large auras of
money out of their crop the past year. Messrs. GV, bigelow and N.J.Anderson of, nu. nett, Fla., started their crops of Watermelons into market: the latter part of May.
Mr. DIOELOW sold two cars in New York, through Sgobel & Day for$458.00 first car and$530.00 second' car The highest price ever realized in New York. He also sold one car in IloNtoa.for
$600.and other cars at fancy prices. No Brand of Fertilizer has Realized One-Third as Good Results. Write for full information regarding our different brands of Special Mixtures.111"1" .
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"- A FEW FACTS FROM FIGURING:

I It' YOU CAN produce a car load of fine early melons from our Truck Fanners' Special]> and sell at $:100 or over per car in New York,
.. is it not more remunerative than using slower and dieaj>er fertilizers"?! Let us figure' : A car of early melons that cut well will bringin
New York at least $;'JOO. Deduct $110 (freight, $110; commission, $:JO;) and you will get $1 100 net proceeds. But if you use a fertilizer
that is not carefully prewired or adapted to the crop and soil requirements of the State you get your melons into a late market and are
fortunate if they bring freight charges. Say, however, two later caps bring a total of $JOO, you have double freight, amounting to $220,
and commission $:M, leaving only $50 as your net proceeds.-OBSERVE THE DIFFERENCE!

DOES IT PAY TO USE HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS IN LARGE QUANTITIES?

tty writing to us we can give you some valuable points on this subject and show you how to obtain remunerative crops.

TI-IE 13 A.rN1 FER .rILIZER C., .
rr Wo RIVO Remunerative Crops. Others furnish Theory. No. 50 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
Our Ina-cticide and Fertilizer Lime prepared from O. S. teas Lime, i is: giving splendid l'C8ults.'rito for copies of the opinions of those who have carefully
tested this article.
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Lorenzo A. Wilson. W. G. Toomer.

WILSON & TOOMER --THE
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Stctto: A e1..1N.: Morgan Spading Harrow.

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THE BEST ORANGE GROVE CULTIVATOR.

H. J. BAKER & BRO.'S t

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Special Orange Tree Manure. '#j

Fruit and Vine Manure, 9)}

Tomato Manure,

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Blood and Bone, Sulphate of Potash, Io] Furrows ; Io} I idcjes.

SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
Soda CottonseedMeal -------- .
Tobacco Stems, Nitrate of ----
BENJ. N.: BRADT, General Agent,

Canada Hardwood Ashes and all HUNTINGTON. FLORIDA.
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Fertilizer Materials.
FINE ABBAKA SLIPS andGOLDEN

Correspondence I solicited( ami prices and circular sent on application. QUEEN SUCKERSNow

ready for delivery.
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. ',JVfcrorat* W.iratu(1 IIi c,H Utiuuutillocl ( ootloEiM_ Il'. N. .P.R..ICJ,
Box 449, Orlando, Fla.


Foot of Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. .
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1 USE ONLY- FERTILIZER 1 llercliaots1_ Steamship II 1 Co

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Manufartur by theL
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B. Darling Fertilizer Co., ., 5 Strs. Johnhristopher(/

and Tlliliu: Thomson.,
OF PAWTUCKET. R. I.
Are appointed to sail from Pier y>. North Hirer every Saturday. Prom Jacksonville every Saturday -
No Others Give Equal Results. ,Kate to suit on the center tide. yx per box 6oc per barrel. New York pier i*+ heated by them and Is located
in the oft the fruit tra le.
Rates from New York to Jacksonville are 20 per cent.tower than other line. Insurance 15 of
O. 11. WEEKS State Jacksonville, Fla. I per cen t. ,
Agent W. H.CJlRISTOPJlHRt'V.; .II.COATHS.Agent
No. 8 Ilottwlck lllock Corner Hay and Ialn Street General Freight Agent. I'ier 30 North River N..Y.
leDd for rocket Memoranda Hook J.G.CMKISTOPHUR.Ceneral Manager.JacknooviUc.,