Florida farmer & fruit grower
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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: December 9, 1893
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00307
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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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Im South Water M., ('hlraco. An Incortorated{ l Homo Ansocmtlon of Onuiuu lower for marketing Florida Fruit to the
bcatadtRntuKe.-ACTIIt)1UZIU,11'I'rAL) I ':UHU).
DEALERS IN FRUITS. BOX MATKllIAIr--Tho: KtchanRo: i lit fully i pn'JMred| l to supply' ( boxes and paper on
order. Write for .price list und terms.
Wo tvsjicctfully nilictt shipments of Fruits and \'cgetah1<.)s.
-;.OFFICKHS: :-- .
W.- an' now making) a pjtevialty of OEO. R. FAIUIIANK8.\ President., I). OHKKNLEAF: : Vlco-Prcsldcnt.
\I.II..BUT M. 1\'tH: O.-n'l hrr. and TVi-ns M. 1*. TL'ltNKK.( 8'rctary.
O IANQE OIUI.c.'TOUH-Oc"C.lt.) ): .'ulrhunkhlclau..,Co.: K. (I. 111111 Uruelford o. Ur. ..... .:Pratt
IIIIIRhoro en,: .John) 'uh'uu, Luke Cu: I II I)' l'rntchcrnuuco to.; U nn''l1il.1\r. UU\'al Co.;
and invite correspondence on Markets and Prospects. II. M. Uacr, Utl\-n.l'o.. ; .\. Itntdy, IIn'\"Iu1Il'0.: .F. ii. samltson<< ltulon Co. ; C. \"'. lltllyer.
We reliable all Marion (Co.' : .John )1. IIr'nn, 'I'ola!' Cu.: 11'. 1tRntun.. 'Innum Co; .t.( $. Ioreman 8t.
want agents at principal shipping points.Itofurvnccp Johns Co : C. F..t HiHby. VolusluCo., ; HonJ) Dowd', take Co.
Address nil corretiKmilvnvo' to the Florida Fruit I'change: ,Jacksonville, Fla Stencils,
{ by permission :National Shoe :Hut leather Hank, New York ; with full packing smpplnjf Instructions, furnished! on application.
the Yolusia Bank DeLand Fla. and the Loan .
County Commercial and Trust Co. -- -

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i\ itvi'i\ T IlJ:,:,.. 1'''Il I'/fo/irt-r/o.v j.vi* r/for/r Sell Your Oranges at Home.

Buy of the WeII -Known Reliable, Ten-years'tested

If Yovt> Cn t-1"1.ot

SATSI'M OKNis. : hardy and early .II.IVES l and APRICOTS. }
ThE| Jacksonville fruit Auction
1'KAK. alt kiiui-. immense t.t I'I!ACiII S 'to %-atictir, new and ol I'l.l'M-i., t heal JaiKiti and native IoOrtll.! CAMPHOR TRHKS.
JAPAN I'IKSIMM')': *'..rtdit't' aU t *ted. TEXAS UMHRHU.A. Offers the Quickest and Most Reliable Means of Dispos-
.RAI'H good UIII)' a12leadiugktnda.I GRVVII.LKA KiMJUSTA.I'HCAN .
-.*, .bet IHinVr-Shell variety MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA.WALNTTS. ing of Fruit.
HiiRhfh, Japan and California. CITRUs TRIFOI.IATA.!
CJI H04TN l."S. Japan Mammuth very fine. ROSUS. 50 varieties -
We have other kinds-lot*of them-write for what you want. When fruit cannot be sold here at a fair price, will forward to bent Easternor

For five vi'tlrssilt j ", pnnmleB' of fruit have l been sent, five of charge, on apt Iica.tiott ""o! tern markets"'t and neil at auction (only one commission) and make advances
and will bo this yettr ; \but experience and information as to adaptability to of I rOc to *-1.0() per l)ox, on good fruit here, as to general condition of markets.
your locality in worth much more.o have disairded" { from our own orchards one Sale days Ioncla, Wednesday and Friday; returns made on day of sale.
'variety t of which we shipped' 400() buhel in 1887 and this i is but one of the hundreds 1 lor stencils and information add re.-*

of varieties tested. We have built our reputation on jlnr tfock-some people Thos. H-
my tltf}#HfIII. An J Ex-Governor of }Florida writes: "They are beauties, and K)> admirably Tours, f'g'1
.lacked as to sham a novice in the hu ine'*, and! even many who pretendto ---------- -- -- -- ---
beesjHTta." we han nearlyatl Important
Prompt and( careful attention to correspondence. Prices rt-a. onablo. Catalogue bl;;" the iroptc*and warm climates planu.nd of the IllUI I I r world.?fr ECONOMIC
(rio. A Ulrt* + that the .lneJu< broachnl our Ilortcu.
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GT ,. '-J. ..t--B] I. turUU was already ALlY I NG FACT
49 r tn establishment
I\\ our some Florida people' up to I
Glen St. Mary, Fla. the lines know this and are quietly taking advantage of the opportunity
--- --T ---- -- C of getting rnre plant of ui. We can supply Aloe, Bamboo, Camphor, Cin
v nnmon Coffee, balbergta, Kxcorcaris. Picu, Gamlwge.Hemp(Sisal!), Iron-
NURSERIES OF THE o .. ". bark Jujube Kola, Jogwood( Mahogany. Nutmeg. Olive! ,Oran.e, Pepper
...... /'". Quercun Rice-paper strychnine, Tea, (,t'pa, Vanilla Wax-myrtle, Xjrlo-
"" ma Yucca. Zin giber plant and hundred of other

Milwaukee Flarcida Drcaqge CD. Send bur our large catalogue which tells all about ft.IlKANOXHK.

IUIOS., (_net'O, Fla
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Selected strain of (,Chaui t Varieties oi < inu. Pi ul' Tter* a hpeciahj
Uunuing u ootl lut sate at all) times
Oar tock I' latgr and vumplete 1-kta Mrr AT I h N I ION TO CORRKM'ONDHNCH: DO YOU GROW ORANGES
For Catalugur and Price-Ui",.t. ad(lrev ?

; Manager, Dunedin, Pla.
-- - -- --- If you do, you know that consignment! means poor returns and a worse
future. We advise you to sell on the tree or f. o. b.

People Are Learning Sell and Do Not: Consign,,

It Some fMHUofthe country at teak, that THHY MfST HAVK( AN EARLY ORANGK or no If you cannot sell at home hip to us and we will sell for you.
Qftitftil. Then are aiM learning) that ItOuN N'S HAKI.Y in not only the .Earliest but Best \\'e sell DAILY for CASH and make return on the day of sale.
.H.wrist to a kf'dOrahRr, of any now grown. Budded Tree of this and other varieties
tin'f&f cote by We turn your oranges: into money in from three to 'five Jays, while distant
C' A. BOONIi, Agent, commission men take 3 to 6 weeks.
benu-Troical| Nurerie, Orlando, Fla Twenty years of consignment has brought prices from $M a thousand downto
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a point oranges scarcely more pay cost picking, packing

TREES FOR SUMMER PLANTING. and shipping.Keep your fruit on the trees until the market is ready and then ship.

Send us no drops or {'uJl+. They don't pell. Watch: our bulletin in the
A full line of tlw l leading varieties of Orange, & Lemon Trees at rock-bottom Times-Union Ship bright well colored 'fruit in small lot or air load Leave russets -

1JriM. Address # a little longer. Write for ptoncils, etc.


Oakland., Orange ('0., Fla BURTON K. BARRS, PRES. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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Surely) effective and cheapest material offered for the destruction of insects. Its proper use will kill the spider, rust mite, nnguil-
I lula, moving scale and fungus growths. It is a sure remedy for the "foot-rot" and the "blight" of the orange and the wilt of the pineapple.

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

Spraying outfits in great variety at manufacturers' prices. EJ& (*? Jk

Correspondence solicited. E Eg r* JDkJacksonville N ,




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

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

given perfect satisfaction. References furnished on application.For .

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Spraying Apparatus furnished to our customers at cost.

McMASTER & MILLER, San Mateo and Citra,. Fla.


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The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.

The attention:: of shipper! { *is directed to the Plant S. S.Line between Havana Key West and Tampa, and South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford:S., P.& W. Ry.between Jacksonville
(Gainesville. Bainbridge!, River Junction and Savannah; Savannah and Charleston, and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah, Philadelphia, Boston+ and New York, and Merchants and Miners
Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore. The best equipped, fastest and most prompt lines between all point in Florida and all points North and Northwest.
Itrcrlvera and hhlpprrs Will Profit by the Fallowing Unparalleled Connections:
fOllTil 1'0 UND SOUTH ItOUXl).
Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup, Bainbridge and Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany Bainbridire,Jesup
ftavanMh. and Savannah to all points in Florida ; fast freight trains both via Gainesville Jacksonville,Calla
Daily font freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior and ban and Live Oak
Cast points t including New York. Boston, Philadelphia. Baltimore. Washington and Providence. Four ships week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company, sailing'from New
Pour connection. a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savannah Monday York(New Pier is, North River,)direct for Savannah Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays and Saturdays
*. WrdnfMlay. Fridays and Saturdays.
Twoc'nnntd a week for Baltimore, via Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Company The Boston and Sannnah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston every Thursday at
leaving Savannah every Wednesday and 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 all point, in Florida
Thursday. | From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., for Savannah October ieth and *>th and every tea
Connections for rhiladrlpnia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savannah days thereafter.
October>4th, I I From Baltimore via Merchants and Mintn'Transportation Co., every Tuesday and Friday
bailing days for Steamships are subject change without notice. making close connection with S., P. & W. Ry.,for all point*'in Florida.

The Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best freight route from all points North, East and West to Florida. For full particulars,rate, stencils and shipping
ref elpts apply to any agents of the above lines, or toO
t D. OWENS.Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga. F. 11. PAPY. Division Freight nt.8avannah..'Oa. W. M. DAVIDSON, Oen'l Passenger Agt,Jacksonville.
W. S. KNIGHT, Contracting! Freight Agent,Ja.ka 3nvill., Fla. J. II. BT ULNO, Contracting Ag.nt, Jacksonville. Flo.DS .


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Por One TKKMS vest ..OF. ..SUIlSCltU'TION....... .... .... .. ....'2.00 PROTECTING THE TREES. hauled in dues) not give sufficient is too well known not only in this:
Por SJ. Months...... .... .... .......... .. ..00 While the Satsuma is by all odds nitrogen, as shown by the growth, State but throughout the United Statesto
In Foreign Countries ..... .............. >
IjJTSubscriptiorM in nil acres cash in the hardiest variety we have, and use potash and phosphoric acid as need further comment in this arti
advance. No discount allowed on ones withstands the cold far north of the adjuncts, to give a proper develop cle.'e delayed our reply until we
own subscription(except in a club), but to so-called citrus belt, in common with meat of wood and fruit. I also make could secure from Dr. Pratt this analysis
all* allowed a liberal cash com minion will the hickory and the oak it will "winter special applications of nitrogen, it and his opinion, knowing that it
by e them. Write on all for subscriptions terms. obtained kill" if caught by frost when the the form of nitrate of soda, to give would have much more weight than

To every new subscriber we will Bend, sap is up. For the first year or color to the fruit." The foregoing: anything that we or others could say
postpaid, a cony of Wliitner'a "Garden two after planting, while the top is quotation from the remarks of Presi on the subject. His analysis made
ing in Florida." For two new subscribers young and tender, this is more apt to dent Adams at the last meeting of the between November aoth and November -
at $2.00 each, we will send, occur than after the trees have attained State Horticultural{ Society containsmore 22d showed as follows:
I jKHtjKiid, a COP of Moore'd "Orange
Culture." greater size and age. The sound sense than most volumeson PRATT LADORATORY.)

Hater of advertising on application., most effectual protection for this or the subject. Certificate of Anal'sis.Record .
nernittallc should be rondo by check, any other tree, is to pull the earth REPLY TO MK. STYLES.I No.
postal note. money order or registered around the collar and stem to the 1807.
letter to order of up I \\ h to add a lew words byway ample .from The Paine Fertilizer Co.
height of a foot or a foot and a half. ?
FAKMKK. .AX) rlllTIT 11 It"rt'JIC.Jacksonvlllo of rejoinder to Mr. Styles' Jacksonville, Fla., received November
Fla. This is a complete protection so far as "Go "
Slow on the Satsuma, advice loth, 1892.
the earth extends and the
tops which has come to my notice sine :Marked "0. S. G. Lime." Exam.
NOTICE above will stand a greater degree of the above was written. He makes ined for Ammonia, Lime and In
If you receive a copy of this I cold where the trees are treated in three points against the Satsuma. secticide qualities on dry basis.
which did not order this way. The collar and trunk are First that who this
paper you II many planted variety Contains. Per cent.
consider it an invitation to sub vulnerable points, and here the most have been disappointed in the Lime . . 56.60As
scribe. If you do not want it, serious damage occurs; especially is result; second, that the remarkable Hydrate, Carbonate, Sulphate
this where the
kindly hand it to a neighbor. true hardy Satsuma is result at Glen St. :Mary is due to ex- Sulphite and Phosphate
upon the less hardy orange stock. ceptional soil and natural conditions also
; as Thiosulphate.
The done in
injury by frost pinching third, that this fruit is "finick)'," any Ammonia. . .J3
back the is
top slight as comparedwith
and Orchard. the result of freezing the stem. way.What Equivalent to Sulphate of Ammonia
would have become of our . .
Trees which have been banked, if
FROM SEED TO FRUIT. grape or peach industry if prospective Respectfully. submitted,
cut to the earth the first or
planters had "gone slow" on the N. A. PRATT
The Satsuma I even the second, will, with strong ,
-How it Should bo grape or peach simply because these Pratt
Propagated Planted, Cultivated root and stem, soon replace the lost laboratory.
butts had
and Fertilized to Yield the Best I wood and in two or three years the generally failed throughout Jacksonville, Fla., Nov, 22, 1893.
Results-Practical Words from a difference will not be observable. the State, after repeated trial ? Not To further determine the value of
Practical Man. withstanding fruit growers were this lime we requested Dr. Pratt'sopinion
(Concluded.] CULTIVATING AND FERTILIZING.It agreed, at a time not remote, that to
MORE QUESTIONS: AND ANSWERS.G. is impossible to go into the subject both peaches and grapes were a fail that he should accompany make. any Accordingly analysis

W. M. propounds the followingin of cultivation and fertilization i in ire in Florida, both of these (fruits commenting on the analysis he made

regard to the Satsuma: "How the space of this article. The Satsuma have, upon subsequent trial, proved he wrote to our company the following -,
large will the trees become, how (far | requires the same treatment in this eminently successful. And there has letter which we take verbatim:
apart should they be planted, and ( respect as other citrus trees, only been no such general trial and failure JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Nov. 1893.
what will a tree yield, at say ten .;more of it. Cultivate thoroughly with the Satsuma. Instances of suc- .
The Paine Fertilizer
years: ? What is the best way to protect from early spring to mid summer. cess are to be found all over the State Fla. Co., Jackson.ville
the trees during the first two winters Apply ammoniated fertilizers for and on the light, sandy soils of South :
? How should the trees be cul growth when cultivation is begun anda and East Florida as well as in Baker GENTLEMEN :Herewith find re-
tivated and fertilized to secure the second application late in spring county. \\'hileIr.: Styles' trees sult of your O. S. G. Lime as requested -

best results? Replying to the foregoing I will be advantageous. In late fall 1 have not survived ten years, other it is made on the dry basis.

Mr. Manville says: apply phosphoric acid and potash fertilizers trees ten years old are lusty, vigorousand The high percentage of lime, 56.60,
for fruit, but the ammonia prolinc. I have touched above existing chiefly as carbonate and hy
THE SIZE OF THE TREES. I must come first. Potash and phos upon what Mr. Styles terms "finicki- drate (caustic lime) will prove of
At ten years, under 'fairly favorable l acid will do service on the loamy soils
phoric no good unless the ness" of the Satsuma. In common great as a
conditions, the trees will attain a 1 I soil is "in an even feeding condition," with all high bred, high-priced fruits fertilizer and renovator, while the
spread of top from sixteen to twenty : as I once heard it forcibly put by an it requires more generous treatment smaller proportion of sulphate and
feet, and a height of eight to ten 1 old farmer; in other words, the soil 1 I than the primitive seedling. The phosphates are universally so recog
feet, and will yield from three to five must first be in a condition to elaborate grower can afford to treat generouslytrees nized. The sulphites and thiosul-
boxes. These figures are given from I 1 and hold ammonia. Growth de that yield abundantly fruit worth phate of lime are insecticides and

actual measurement. How large the pends upon this, the application of f (from $2 to $3.50 per box on the trees harmless.to vegetation, if broad cast
trees will finally become, it is impossible ammonia in a commercial form is a in October. Accompanying this ar on the surface of loamy soils, when

to say, as there are no full 1( valuable adjunct, but cannot be de tide I send the editor of THE FARMER they rapidly change into sulphate or
grown trees in the State, so far as I pended upon as a sole source of sup AND FRUIT GROWER account-sales land plaster. The material contains

know. j ply, the soil must be brought into) lor this year's crop Satsumas, showing also tarry and naphthous elements
HOW FAR APART. { condition to furnish its own ammonia a net average for fruit marketedin which are also eminent insecticides .

Mr. Taber's orchards are planted 1 If the soil lacks natural fertility, i is October of $3.29 per box, and on and the ammonia, probably
15x15 feet, and he now thinks them i deficient in humus, it must be I all to date $2 50. Had the entire combined as a sulphate, adds

too close. The grove I have re ,j "brought up," by returning to it well 1 crop been marketed earlier, as it materially to its value as a fertilizer.
budded is 20x70, and I do not thinkit ; fertilized crops, by the application of( should have been, the average would Very truly yours,
too great a distance for the Sat barnyard manure or compost, by have been much greater. I also enclose N. A. PRATT,

suma. Perhaps as good a rule as; mulching, by the use of forest litter, data in regard to previous crop, Pratt Laboratory.The : .
any, would be to set the trees three- or in some other way. showing: a gross average of $4.30 per opinion of such a well.known

fourths the distance apart of other 'i, "Growers often overlook the fact box. This is, after all, the proof of chemist is all the proof that one could
orange trees. As there is a wide difference that in the application of fertilizers I the pudding. desire of the value of this gas lime as

of opinion as to the proper nitrogen must be the first considers ....-... I.. a general fertilizer and an insecticideof
distance for the latter, the practice tion. Growth is the first essential. Oyster Shell Gas Limo. considerable value, to say nothingof
varying from 20x20 to 45x45 feet, Nitrogen is necessary to make potash I [Concluded.] the 1.32 per cent. of sulphate of
the actual distance would still depend 1 1 I and phosphoric acid available. Ashes Referring further to the insecticideand ammonia it contains, which is quite

upon the opinion of the planter. ';'or: superphosphate have no effect fertilizer properties of this lime, valuable. However to be thoroughly

In order to permit trees to be properly 'with nitrogen. In fertilizing I go by we had Dr. N. A. Pratt, an eminent satisfied that we were placing no article -
fed and cared for, and the fruit; the rule of thumb. I make chemist who is known throughout this upon the market that was not all

gathered with ease, there should be, the tree the judge. Its appearance State, make an analysis of this gas that we recommended it to be we inquired -
in m}' opinion, as much space be indicates its needs. I aimto lime so as to know exactly what it I of a number of parties who

tween them when tully grown as the maintain a lusty, vivid green contained and whether or not it was had used this lime and their reportswere

trees occupy; in other words, the open i which means plenty of nitrogen. I Ii I true that the lime contained no insect. I certainly very flattering, one
apace should equal: the space covered the growth on the land and the stable icicle properties as stated in this article party writing us that the applicationof
by the branches. I j i manure, leaves, trash, muck, etc., referred to. Dr. Pratt, as a chemist, ., ten tons on his orange grove had


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done him fully( $1,000 worth of goodin 1 from the excellent reports we have on CIRCULARS OF

of his fruit ; file in our office.
the quantity quality SUNSET HILL NURSERIES
and health of his trees. Mr. B. F. i
Jack son vtlle. Fla.
Harn, of Bartow, well known at that 1 -- ----" -- Contain a list and description of the Choicest and Most Profitable varieties ol the Citrus
which have selected from hundred different varieties grown, and tented by ua
Tho Kioffor. Kamiiy. we over one
and of excellent standing, was
place In our extensive experience of seventeen years We carry one of
He The Kieffer with its thrift hardi--
in our office a few days ago. ,
of the "qualities The Largost Stocks of Citrus Trees in the United States.Send .
voluntarily advised us great ness, beauty, early bearing ,

success which our lime had met withat size of fruit, with excellent keepingand circulars Address or. .\ PIERce. ,

Bartow, saying that he had not only shipping qualities, has become the -- Sun9etnnlUkcCo..Fla-----
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used it with considerable success pear lor profit. The fruit ripens in FREE RIDE TO SEE
himself but that he had advised September and October and can be

many of his neighbors to apply this kept in a cool place till December. It ONE MILLION FRUIT TREES,

article. :Mr. E. C. Stuart, who stands I comes in at a season when other fruitis ROSES, ETC. THE LARGEST STOCK EVER GROWN IN FLORIDA.Will .

high at Bartow, might also give some scarce, and the large yellow pears take R. R.fare from bill of tree to all who will come to Sunny and purchase to amount
concerning the value of with small black dots command their ot double R. R. fare Iran afford to mke thin offer, a* one pleated customer mean his future
information trade, also the trade of his neighbor club together and end one man from your neighborhood
this lime. Dr. Wm. B. Pierce, well own price. Trees bear four years before buying this fall.
I preparing to plant for myself what will be the large orchard in the county. Price
am now
known at DeLand, has also used it in alter setting, and no tree bears more of stock an low as the lowest fIt fir5t.cta"tock. Catalogue free.
and understand unless it is the LeConte.Every Nurseries.W.
very large quantities we abundantly Pomona Wholesale .

with remarkable success.Pe year it gains in favor. It is D. GRIPPING, Proprietor.
have also received and have on file a hardy, it is beautiful, and its regular .Uurunr/, llnkrr Co., /'/,.
from annual abundant makes it -- --' -- -
very large number of letters par- yield every
ties who have used this lime in differ- where planted the pear for profit. JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.,

ent sections of the State. The above is (from the catalogue... of

I I B.V.. Stone & Co: Thomasville, Ga., 1
of Martin
wrote us on Nov. 171)1) the following: and may seem the testimony of an 1 1 1 ,
"I bought one ton of your O. S. G. interested party. Some were -DKALKRS IN-

Lime last January to try on some of lately sent trom Texas, by Mr. II. M. Tobacco Etc.
trees for (foot-rot and scale. I Stringfellow; to the editor of the Ru- Coal, Hay, Grain, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, ,

find my that the trees with foot-rot have ral New Yorker, who says: "It has j JAcIZe4o1IwLLI! !. F'LA.
been said of the Kieffer as of Angou- 4IwiiisicFa.
well and ljsr
healed over and are doing ruici: :
scale is I also find leme that the pears are never at their 'I'nrker..... ...... .... .. ... .... ......... .81 ?:% .1. Martin Hy: *............. ...... ...S3 OOVlrulnlu
the gone. best unless of large size. But these nrat"l. Vallfy..... ..... .... ............ 3 00 1. (filtulf ........... ......... 4 00
that my trees have put on a fine growthI Spring' Vi lly...... .. .... ............. bbl I Illd| Uourboii .... ........ ............ .... 5 00
and ICieflers: were of but medium size and North CamlliiH' Corn: .......... ......... 2 :SO Kentucky "Sour harsh .... ............ A 00
consider it a fine lertllizer a the best in quality we have Clifton (Club ..... .......... .... (Mil llakrr .... ............... ......... O OO
complete insecticide. My: fruit is were yet Motttro Velvet.... ......... '-0 OOJUR
ever eaten. The flesh was not so ten- two three gallon. Remit ,by post office money
bright and I recommend it to all Kxtra : One gallon 25c.; gallon 5oc.; 750.
very der or melting as a Bartlett, but the order,check or registered letter. We cannot nip C.O. I) to dry town
fruit growers. A complete price 1M of Groceries and Wine I.int, sent free on application.
flavor was rich, vinous and equal to
George E. Chester, of City Point, that of Anjou and perhaps even a lit JOHN CLARK, SON & CO. .
S. G. -----
wrote us: "I have used your 0 tie less acid and more spicy." --
Lime with very satisfactory results. ._- '
The lime has proven perfectly satis Piratical Commission Men. Standard Guano & Chemical M'f'g Go

factory." The late Senator Delano, a short

M. B. Swearinger, of Homeland, time before his death, wrote a letterto AV 1'f. Union St./ New Orleans, La.

wrote us: "Your gas lime has done President Dudley W. Adams, in !. -% MANUFAOTUKUS; OF fr-

for me all that is claimed for it." which occurs the following para. High Grade Animal Bone Fertilizers,

graph: "Their methods to prevent MADK; FKOM 1TUE
In the new pamphlet which we are buyers coming to Florida to purchase Raw and Dissolved Animal Bone.
issuing we will publish reports as to
oranges I discovered last year when in CU1=tR NTEED.
the success of this lime These from letterswe every the West, and 1 explained it, I think, OSCAR H. NOLAN, State Agent.Jacksonville .
section of the State.
at our meeting at the Everett Hotel Fla.BUDDED .
have on file and the originals can -- .-
in June, and it is simply this: They --
be seen at any time :at our office. We send car lots of fruit into small towns

do not wish to take up more of of your and cities which are being supplied by ROSES !
in enumerating more
space parties who purchase nom t the grow-
reports in this article. They can be ers in Florida and put the price downto GROWN IN I AND ADAPTED TO FLORIDA.
had by applying to our office direct.
almost in order make
nothing to
i and to
this Solid for catalogue price-list
The very lact that the on .
the man or men who purchase in
from few tons I.Inst..J.s. 'Vy11e,
lime have increased a .
Florida lose money, which he does of
steadily each season until we are compelled 1. tVritrsoi 0r1. h'IttliAIE
course under the circumstances; but -- -- -
to bring the goods down in how about the commission merchant GEORGEWrite
cargo lots of 500 tons each is sufficient I1UfSERIES.
-does he lose anything? Not much,
proof of the success that they have because he saddles it all on the growerof to W.1.'. Hawkins & Song for their new catalogue< of orange, lemon
met with in this State. We know of course hence he breaks the ami grapefruit trees.
; up
no instance where this lime has not Our Specialties| : arc: Ruby Orange, Triumph Grapefruit and Sanford'aThornless
party who comes to Florida to pur- dceloitil to l bo the
satisfaction where it arrived Sicily Lemon, the latter by }( ;
given perfect in condition chase fruit, and makes the grower pay ilnft-t! lemont brought to the notice of the growers there, analyzing higher in
at the destination the the expense of doing it." quantity) anti quality of acid I than any other variety.

it left our warehouse, and we It could only be the pirates of the XV\ XV.GENUINE. 1-Irs'r ic il""S SOI.1S.oc..a. ,

consider it one of the best and most vocation that would deliberately plan I (: .:& tciwsi. 11z'. ..
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remunerative articles that we have and carry out such work as this. Butit I
ever placed upon the market.In BERMUDA ONION.
is the painful fact that there are

order to increase the value of pirates in all lines of business. Any
this lime we manufacture from the O. and all organizations of the growers Our seed of the Genuine Bermuda Onion crop of 1893 will IKJ ready October

S. G. Lime an Insecticide and Fertilizer which are sufficiently powerful to 1st Send in your order now. Wo have both varieties, the White and Palo Red.

Lime, as a large quantity of the create a ripple beyond the State lines Price per | ncket 5c: \ oz.. I5c; 1 oz.. 2c:) ; \lIb., &:>c; 1 Ib, $.1.00IK j >tpaid.

article as it comes from the gas worksis I must be valuable in checkmating these H. G. HASTINGS AND CO., SEEDSMEN,

hard and lumpy and contains some freebooters of commerce. The orange Ix-itea: .1c.cl"1C.1"1. 11'11:1: ,

refuse matter. All ot this is screenedout industry ought to be, and someday 40 page Illustrated Catalogue free.

of the article, using only the best undoubtedly will be, so well or

portion in a finely pulzerized form, to ganized that every day there will be 300 Acros In Nursery. Thirty-Fifth Year.

which are added certain insecticides published in all the chief orange centers SP 1 CIMTIES:

which increase its value, giving the of the State a telegraphic bulletin
article to the farmer and fruit growerin showing the destination of every car F R U I T T R E E S Specially'" (ub. Oriental adapted Plum to Florida and and Pear subtropical Japan Persimmons countries.,
and better ..trawberrie+. Guava. Giant Uxjuat.. etc.. etc Rare Conifer an J lroad-leaved Kvergrtens,Camel"lia
a more concentrated of (fruit which left the State the preceding -. Azalea v>ooo Palms, 30.000 Camphor: Tree. Hedge Plant Open Ground Grown Roe The
mechanical condition. Its use cannot day. Then such rascality will Green Howe Department i la complete in plant of every ck.suited to Southern Horticulture. Cat
aloguesfree. Address P. J. BERCKMAN8, FruitiandNur erie Augutta,Ga.
be too highly recommended judging be well'nlgh impossible. No Agent



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tor of heat and the temperature must We know that sulphur is a necessity to others: are nearly pure sand several

farm Chemistry remain normal. The process is rather a bacterial life, borne in fact secreting!; and feet in depth. On some of these soils
destructive! disintegration or dilution excreting it in a manner similar to that

.-',. ,"'..,..:...,.....;............,... I,I of the tender! plant tissues by the} microbes I' of lime by shellfish; and some even attribute the Satsuma may" succed, on others it

Tho Factor of Safety in Fertilizing'I or their decomposed albumen sulphur' deposits to tho labors of will surely fail.

Orango Grov s. products that are generated from the microscopic olf.rtmisuul.S questions I .

Editor Farmer sad Fruit r.ronci' : organic) nitrogen fertilizer material. of health and disease in the citrus familyare Oitrio Acid.
When hutticicntiy dilfunnl or diluted in further investigated- 1 feel sure that liditor Farmer and Fruit Grower:
As after a &?w yeans' growth owing to
the general deficiency of potash in our the soil the*** products' inus-l, be immediately the Importance] of keeping the plant juices: Relating to citric acid on page 732,
I absorbed t duets, for the clarets fully supplied! saturated with sulphur
I I have in
Florida soils of'
orange trees, even on the I \ my possession a sample
I they show in growth, I arc often K rapid compounds will be more fully recognizedas *
lands that in and
are troiipt nitrogen the acid as extracted by R. W. Carl
I and far economical mode
that it is unreasonable to supppo&e! the a more
phosphoric acid, must (have artificiallyprejiared
food it I Mentions have been reduced to nitrates, of treatment than spraying) with chemical doctor in chemistry, from the juice of
is therefore
,ini:{.,ortant t proven facts solutions' which often destroy insect the sour orange. The sample, though

how to Hipply this need most! wifely and i; regarding; the nitrifying microl cs that friends as well as enemies of the trees unrefined, is remarkably white and
they would not thrive till the soil wusl'tJlIIluu1tin'ly and severely shock thclr dtalit)". Many(:
econoniicully. point of ha' pure, any decomposed com
econoiny denuded of the ,. making halto get
higher orange growers crops
been most considered by the majority of pounds According to Dr.) Carl the
orders of ferments.There ... fall into snare by excessively stimulating ,

orange is! jiructiced) grower the**, but factor where of safety heavy immediately feeding- hoems to be considerable: misapprehension with organic nitrogen compounds, juice of the sweet orange (drops) contains

UKM.TUJ itself, esptH-ially fertilizers a; to the cH'cct.Hoi the three which produce rank foliage and wintime I. 57 per cent. of citric acid, and

are urea! rich in organic nitrogen. different chemical elements not: needed: large crops) : of coarse-Ussm-d, crude-fla the juice of the sour or wild orange,
|Mitash, phosphoric nc .lnucl nitrogen, on vored fruit at the exjKjnso of the health
The groat Liebig taught that the alka- 4.96 per cent. The samples analyzedwere
) I II Ihove and of the trees, inviting thereby
line ash elements atwrbtri.l bv the quality of oranges.) Personally; vitality
are plant rather small of
a larger amount
I tor several years! l believed l inveiigntion ; depredations! of insects. ;
bates adds.
an for the vegetable The
active principle of the digettiveiluid of the sulphur compounds to be the In a middle course i is safety. In my juice operated on would probably give

in experience trees whososap is kept better results.In .
of the stomach of man and most imjKjrlant question agriculturalchemiHtry orange

the higher animal!'! i is hydrochloric or mu and it is the mo.-t: In''lIIibill, healthy by being fed with moderate applications view of the fact that lime juice
field research in i.. of sulphur' compounds do not
for original plant physiology
riatic acid derived from the dccompo) i- from Italy analyzes 32 per cent. ol the
1tlilro.. invite and are but little troubled with
practically no

are systematic
tion in their *yt tetns of common, salt! but acid, Dr. Carl seems to think that it
data for refvronccbearing on the sub- insects, while the fruit is smooth, thin-
in the built
active in
plants principle up skinned and high flavored early in the would not pay to work the orangesfor
from nitn ."en coniiound8 derived from ject.Tlie
the null, diluted 1 anti| reorganized l as albu- ,gist: of the vital organic chemical season and hangs late. To put it in a the acid. But lemons or limes,

ininouH digestive Kip by the life principle. changes I c-onsider" to IK- contained in the nutshell, 1 would say: that orange trees, if provided in sufficient quantities,
statement of lloppo-Se' ler regarding", the front tho rapid deoxydizing power they
I would
have concluded, therefore, that Lie- certainly warrant the openingof
blg'a axiom cltouhl he modifieil to -tate microbe ferments, which produce! slowly (possess: in their foliage, can keep healthy}
that the alkalies of and without heat or visible agitation) with a percentage of sulphur in their sap a citric acid manufactory, including

an l ItA,eo for the plants nitric are acid mecesbary Hilts- cilccts! and changes,: that are produecd' that is unhealthy for ins<>cts, by Using at the same time the making of

or nitrates and that when nitrogen can he quickly and often violently, by acid or l'iulplmtl'sfortihzer solely, and constitutional wine, vinegar and alcohol from the

acidulated hy plants without ati.-ertin: ; alkaline solution .\ most |'ertinent diseases caused by organic,.; nitrogen sweet orange (drops) and the distill.
I case is that of the manufacture: of glucose arc :avoided. In :another article I
its deadly acid rorrtK-ive action the IHo -- ing of essential oil from the skin, and
: or grape sugar) from starch, by boiling will discuss:; l jKTcvntages :and formulas for
>sity for alkaline !liases. IXSIM! This! the from the blossoms.
tree fertilizers. perfume
with acid. complete
condition the
is olor\vd) in trees
orange K.: S. IlmiuitP. These different industries could be
Sugar, however i is tho principal' form
of muck marl hammocks, where all) IWMSexcept
) in which the material for the cellular -- -.- -
lime are practically absent: for in : made to go hand in hand under somecompetent

(H'aty roils the rt"H.rcho4!' of bacturiulogbto structure of I plants i is conveyed from the Packing Oranges in the Car. chemist or expert, and

tshow that nitrates cannot form from !leaves' in the nap to build up their tis- The Ocala Banner publishes the would utilize the "culls" or '"drops,"

the carbonate of ammonia.. owing to the hues.! the method shown
Now sulphur, though, in smaller pro- following as by a now an entire loss.J. .
lack of hoM+ to neutralize their nitrous
and nitric acid excretions which smotheror l ortion. i is equally} with nitrogen; oxygen representative of the Earl Fruit Company B. L 1Iol TACU>:.

kill their producers. Tho etltt-t of t'arhollIul hvdrogen' a nvcesniryelement in that city: "The boxes are Winter Park:, Fla., Nov. 18, I8cJJe -

carbonate of ammonia in connection with ) of the digestive plant albumens" placed in rows about three inches ---- .

a full supply' of phosphoric' !, acid being to while phosphoric' acid i is not, though its apart and same distance from sideofcars. Ideas on Packing.
association seems ncci-ssarv) to t"l't'uk' Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower :
produce! fruit usually \\oak inorganic of boxes is slatted
and l deoxydizing of row ,
structure and low urade in nweetnehs, an-l in the neutralizing Please send me two of the issue
the organic plant, acids in the process! offtrmin i. e,, slats ex' ending from one side of
flavor: lacking eslteeiall| in acid, which November 25th containing the orange
neutralized. the alkaline :: ami tninsfrrring,. starch and sugar. the car to the other over the boxesare
evidently by harvest instructions which are good
The fact that of ammonia, ,
: sulphate nailed to This is
ammonia. When sulphate of ammoniais process
solution hy lving thou: mo-t easily and I wish my hands to read them,
used in exeessasimilnr!' phenomenon is repeated until the roof of cars is
coaunlahle\ i in the principal' medium Used! although in some particulars I shouldnot
observed tlte Huvutiie of the fruit
progressing reached when the between the
with the accumulation of'l'r)' by chcniihts for distinguishing! : between space allow them to follow you. For
the active and non-active digestive albu- doors is left: open, and braces extend
little acid. instance in making the box with the
The loa"t invtitiUl.. line of the newl inenoidK, should give. a clue to the )peculiar ing from one side of the row of boxesto
there is danger that an
.. this fertilizer to the hoops orange
stimuli gives'!
that : the other is braced with scantling
l>run. -h of agricultural chemistry 2x4 "
forming, of sugar!!! in oranges." may be cut, particularly those next
han proved' the .production of nitrates by whirh keeps the boxes in their
There certainlv is a very considerable the centre hoop and I believe most
the effect of the
microbes i is waMe/
pru- Thus packed and secured
dnctH of the higher grades of bacterial stimulus! given f f.y the sulphates of J potash places. help would nail up the box without
and! hint in this the cool current of air enters the car
: magnesia maturing!
ferments on .plant t nutrition, health and taking the trouble to replace the dam-
fntitrc..' hear of jtoUish! sweeteningfruit under the roof and circulates all
nwlh"11 who have acquaintance with
aged fruit. I don't think it possible
but far I have olwerved this
:as as and around the boxes in the
agricultural, l chemistry arc aware that the car,
be predicated with to pack box with as
result hardlv properly a
: can :tug 140
test fact as to nitrogen :asciinfla the air and
out keepingup
proven ): driving warm
with the to .VJ:!
justice" except -IS per your diagram indicates. Send me the
tion was that it was absorbed- nitrates' uniform "
and the fact that nitrates were cuflicicnt I per cent ,grade.; known commercially as a temperature. last index. DAVID N. STARR.
"double manure salt of J p tash!' and mag The strawberry growers of Bradford
nourishment. for all form- of t plant life Clear Water Habor.
and produced healthy and fully devel: nesia.: The sulphate magnesia of this county adopted this method of .

comjKHind i is! easily disintcgruhlu, and a packing crates in t the car several: years Erroneoustatements made by some
- gash l fixer of ammonia. Mot: ticealle)
,: f all perhaps are the remarkable results' ago. Their experience: has shown of the papers as to the size of the

tologiftM,: to jump to the conclusion that from sprayingith bi-sulphate of soda them that it was the only true system. largest lemon groves in Florida have
nitrates were t.K' wily form assimilable.It .
has however, (been proven in pot solution. ( )due commentor says the !soh! ( -. elicited from the Braidrmown" Journalthe

culture that where tin conditions are did it. but the facts are that a's the name,: Tho Satsuma in South Florida.A fact that the grove of the Manatee

Mich that ern'-ive comtiound, .. ,Iu*truc- indicate there is twice an! much sulphuric correspondent of the Bartow County Lemon Company embraces
the hi in of soda,
acid in as plain sulphate ;
tive to J plant life are not formt..ltiulpJaah.of and being a weakly' combined chemical Courier-Informant, referring to recent eighty acres under one fence, with
ammonia i is awimabtetl and feeds.
without Icing redmv l to nitrate it oxidizes on exptusur! and one of the articles in THK: FARMER AND 10,000 trees sit, to which will soon

plants AN study of the, nitrifying"; Iwrteria of atoms! of sulphuric acid i is set free, reducing FRUIT GROWKK: says, "TheSatsuma be added sixty acres mi re.
the salt to plain: sulphate' of JHHH.! and fruited and discarded
been "
the roil has chiefly engagtal 1 the attention as grown 9 9 *

of mycologists to fully the the nitrifying The sulphuric acid set free j>erfornis by perhaps a majority ol in It is conceded by our market men
few $01, jar and hardlv the instrlicnl l and fnniricidal. action andis .
lrK'688. yet :any telligent experimenters all over Flor that never before in their experience
similar) doubtless often, in a diluted foam,
condition of .plant growth are to very
I ,orbwl the fruit and foliage, ida or at least South Florida. Its have there been so many turkeys
those in orD jl'IJt.lr" in Florida; ami ofncccHiity largely a : by
study of the etievts. of the decomK combining with the juices as powerful power to resist frost is unquestioned, raised in Marion county as this sea-

>sition products of the putrefactive "stimulant, to the sugar-forming functions.A : and it will doubtless be extensively son. It is a common happening to

ferments nuirt prectnle' accurate knowledge Herman! investigator: hai remarked the planted in the northern portion of the find farmers having flocks of fifty to

of the effect! of organic nitrogen fertilizers. greater greenness and thickul"1'if4, of vine orange belt. But our advice to Polk one hundred and fifty. Ocala Bin-
Of omifM? it in generally rvmgmzed I leaves when sprayed 1 with a "sulphate of

in gaud
retch: fertilizers .placm! too near the serf. ute it stimulative!' effect of the copper; the Satsuma boom, but plant it ..
or rot of Doling plants burn :and kill but 1 certainly think he i is in error to nipIH only experimentally at first. Our Needing A Ionic, or LA children U : who want build

them, but this burning. cannot ht' Knid to .M' that the insoluble\ hydrated l copper lands vary in soil and other conditions. tnsr up. should take

be a heating process' as is the CUM' in is either fungicide'. or stimulant and of 1JnO\\'.%'$ IItON itrrrKiis.
these effects to the sul Some contain a large percentage It U pia .! tnt; cures Malaria,. Indigestion,
tobaow of food 1 would attribute l
sweating ( Killing products -
"; the surface Dtilouineis, Liver Complaints and 1lsuslgta
4.&e., for the seU ig a rapid eemlttc- plnuic acid of the COltltJin<


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Importer of _. Manufacturers of -

Sulphate I Potash

From Germany I'- 1r

IIIGII G HAIJ{ : :SUUMIATK:; I Trees, Strawberries,

90 %
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DOUBLE MANURE SALT, 1 4. -- Write for a -

4&-J6 P i,. ? i4; .
f J7.eo per to-i. free oti board!cars .
Nk '
Jack* envilc! Fla. Pilll Particulars
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Alpo large buyer of "
I East Bay Street,

Every Kind O of Jacksonville TOLockhart Fla.

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FJi4ElJ11kJ] ] 'tIeIER: up; then raked over on to the plants flour for each; and why ? Because money'out of them in time to pay me."
on a cold day. In this way it would each one had the promise of the Uni There was a stroke of financiering,

become scattered pretty well over the ted States to make it good, and the and one that is creating wealth, forI
Strawberry Culture-No. 7. ground, and when the season became seller had confidence in the ability of I can take that lot of hogs which I

The application of mulching cuts settled it could be worked under the t the United States Government to have been feeding for the last six
off the warmth of the sun and some- plants and left there. In situations do so. weeks, and turn them into cash any
times gives weak plants a setback and which the mulch further I for to for them and
are anywise damp, To test the thing went to day enough pay
causes them to "rust," that is, devel- ing ought always to be tucked under another store and bought another have a fine profit left.

op leaf spot. It is a good plan to the foliage to keep the berries oil the thirty pounds for a dollar on credit.I A refusal to let me have the hogs

cultivate (very shallow) and fertilize ground, else they will rot on the un will admit there was some risk there, would not only have been a l.ss to

about two weeks before mulching, so der side. but then the merchant knew I had ." both of us, but to the community at

as to make the plants strong and ableto 4-S I fine lot of razor-backs feeding on my large, for when these hogs are sold

withstand any check. The Onion Bods. pinders, and whenever they were fat the money will be kept at home instead
The "white bud" which worries so It is important to keep the earth enough to market they would bring of going off to Chicago to pay

many growers in Florida is nothingbut well drawn back from the bulbs as the gold, silver or paper. Now, for that which we can make at home.

a symptom of starvation, as "white soon as they develop an inclination to wherein did one have any more purchasing Now, Mr.( Editor in times like the
mouth" is i among piney woods cattle.It form. In its tender the onion
stages power than another? It was present!' who is the financier, the
I denotes a lack of sap, a lack of possesses very little, expansive power, all confidence.I individual or the bank officers who

something to make sap and leaves out and it needs only a slight collar of I will now relate an incident which, hoard the money, or this piney woods
of. The remedy is to :supply that impacted sand around it to prevent it if there were more, there would be farmer who had forethought enoughto

lack. Kainit will supply the needed from spreading and cause it to grow less cry about hard times.I use that which he had so as to

potash, but kainit contains so large a up a scallion. The earth should be don't raise all the pork I feed create money, restore confidence and
percentage of common salt that, un drawn back so as to the
expose young but depend upon buying a great deal. revive trade ?
less it is applied with great caution it bulb to the light; to do this effectively Well you know, doubtless, that And it has been just this kind of

is very apt to injure the p ants as and not upset the onion requires very) money has been very scarce and hardto financiering that has made a man of
much as it does them good, if not careful work, either with a little hand.I circustances of
get, and there has been such a want easy!' out one who,
more. Nitrate of soda has a very I weeder or with he fore finger protected of confidence between man and man when he came here from South Caro

quick action and will make the plants with a leather cot. I In loose soils of that it has also been difficult to buy lina a few years ago, had so little of
out of the white bud in short almost sand this extra precautionis
grow pure anything on credit. this; world's goods that he was com
order. But it supplies only one ele not so necessary, but in the heavy) I learned of a man who had a nice pellet! to buy what many would call
ment, the and is evan soils of the flatwoods hammocks
nitrogen very or it about as pine land as there i is in
lot of hogs to sell, and I went to see poor
escent at like the whiskey is look it that the bulbs
; important to to Florida and that on credit. But
wound them, and I agreed with him on a
given to a man for immediate do become choked.A .
not then he "the land is not "
price and would take them on a certain says poor,
effect. It must be followed or writer in Northern
a exchange for as he "as big pine trees
day, provided I could get: the says as
accompanied by other or more lasting relates remarkable the result
a case as about here don't
Not being able to turn grow grow on poor
food. It is best, if one can afford the of the use of sulphate of potash on money.thing I wished to dispose of into cashor land," and I reckon he is right for he
time, to dissolve the nitrate in water onions. The seed mistake
was sown, by to collect it, I went to institution has never bought one dollar's worth
with sulphate of potash about three times thick and
together too
; saya and whom I knew to have of commercial fertilizer yet.
tablespoonful of nitrate and twiceas the plants were never thinned out. plenty of hoarded cash. The very But he has improved his land, built
much sulphate in a gallon bucket, The made them
potash grow so 1 best security that could be offered him a comfortable one-and a.half
and give half a pint to each plant. 1 Ina that almost
thriftily they were ; literally failed to get a dollar.I story house, has lots of children, fruit
patch of some thousands it wouldbe piled up in the row. The yield\ was trees, bees, poultry, razorbacks and
best to scatter the combined but the I very regretfully went to my neighbor
powders remarkable, story seems to re cattle and is out of debt.
and told him I would have decline
the betweenthe
or. ground midway quire: slight discounting. His
sweet potato beds are a sight.
the not in the taking! his hogs as I could not
plants in row, path.In -- ---- I before
never saw rows bursting with
little be Living! Florida get the money to pay him.
this case more may given Making a tubers
great big peeping out all
than when they are dissolved in water. fiditor Fanner and Fruit Grower: "Now look here, Major( ," says he, He the secret of his along.}

The North Carolina growers find I We have all heard and read and "you have got more pinders than you in thoroughly says preparing; his success land and is

that it pays them well to cover their been made tired about the purchasing have hogs to eat them. I have more working his and not laying
plants with pine straw on cold nights power of a gold dollar. hogs than I have pinders to feed. If crops anything
by with a of in it
alter they begin to blossom. To do Well, to test this thing whether a I turn these hogs out they will stray that deep ploughing spear even in grass pine land,
of metal because it'a off and I will lose if all and
this the rows should be somewat wide piece just some not and thorough cultivation and elbow
apart than they are usually planted in i gold would buy anything more than they will do me no good, and if you tell the tale.

this State. The wire-grass of Floridais anything! else in which the communi.ty get no hogs you will lose your pin. grease And still there is a about
much better material than pintstraw. or seller had confidence, I took a ders. Now you just give me your great cry
"not making a living in Florida"
It might be thrown down in gold dollar, a silver dollar and a paper note payable at Christmas and take (farming i .
continuous rows all along the paths one, and I went to three different these hogs along and turn them on
between the plants, somewhat heaped stores and bought thirty pounds of your pinders, and you will get your Campobello Plantation Marion Co. ,


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Tho Wonderful Pea-Inquiries An above are lessons from my own expe oil, crude petroleum, cedar oil and A Canvas-Covered Oardon.
swered. rience in this locality.It turpentine. A few drops, well rub The canvas-covered garden is a
Kditer Former and Fruit Grower: is not claimed for Wonderful bed on the head, face, comb and device for the poor man. The green
Allow me, through the columns of pea that it is a universal feed, or thatit eyes once a day. house is costly and needs constant
FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER, to answer will give universal satisfaction, butit Our correspondent wants to know and skillful management; but the
queries in regaru to how, and gives promise, from present tests, of the chief causes. There are several: canvas is cheap, and at the same time
when and where to plant. being equal or superior to any of the Climatic changes; crowding; overfeeding effective. It is a piece of highly fertilized -
\\'ondtrfulpea wants plenty of substites for Northern hay and grainsyet ; the feeding of poor grain, and improved soil, devoted
room. I probably the last year did tried on the sandy lands of Florida. damaged, murty or mouldy; impure exclusively to tender vegetables and
not have half the peas I would have With beggar weed, millet, Kaffir corn, drinking water; filthy quarters. I 'fruits. Hardy crops are to be planted -
done with half the seed on the same crab grass and other things already might have put the last first, for more in the open garden, and no more
ground. grown in the South, it is many years' trouble comes from that than any ground enclosed to be covered than
The best returns were from peas experience of some farmers that it is other source. is absolutely necessary to furnish an
planted in rows six feet apart and at entirely practical to raise one's own As a preventive is always better adequate supply of. such desirable
distances of 'four beet in the rows. supplies in the grove or on the farm, than a cure, I will tell you how to plants as would be harmed by earlyor
and have the luxuries of milk, butter, prevent it. We presume all poultry late frosts. Not an inch of cloth
At that distance it is well to drop eggs, chickens, pork, etc., and an keepers feed whole grain once a dayat I more than is required should be used,
four to six peas in a hill to secure a independence of the tin can foods, or least. To a ten-quart pail of grain, I and to make the most' of a mall
stand crickets and other in
against imported hay and grains. mix a half pint of kerosene: oil and space crops must be crowded a little,
sect pests. Not more than three Those! who experiment with the two tahlespoonfuls of spirits of tur the soil be highly fertilized and every
plants should be left standing in a hill Wonderful pea, by observing above pentine ((11z pint when mixed). P*'ur inch made available. The plat should
-two would be better, and even one suggestions! will escape some of the this over the pail of whole grain and he enclosed on three sides with a close
will answer. It will make a quick mistakes and losses made by thoroughly mix it; )let t it stand several board fence. The south side may be
growth of two to three feet high, and an paling. The north side
GEO. W. HASTINGS. hours before 'feeding, then give the open
from the main stalk will be thrownout
should be three tour feet
Intetlarhrti usual amount to each fowl. Scatterit or higher
runners in every direction, and than the south, and the east and west
--- -- --- well, so as to reduce the odor of oil
from each leaf will appear a stem Fla.Poultry and tupentine. Don't feed again un- sides made to slope off toward the
bearing two to five pods containing : til this is all consumed. Once a south. A tight fence will be found a
fifteen to twenty-two peas each. As week is often enough to feed it, if the protection from cold winds, and to
the peas mature nearest to the stalk Edited by E. W. AMSDEN Ormond, Fla. flock show of disease, and this the joints may be battened. The
the leaves will die and drop from the '-"'- .........- - - ........,.,. symptoms canvas be made of kind of
once in two weeks if they are well. may any
vine, but the runners will continue to Sore Head. cheap cloth that will keep out frost.
This is a good tonic, and if fed to a
reach out, putting forth bloom and Mr. K. W. Am den: Five cent cotton will and
flock that seems out of condition, it answer carefully
pods, and it the season is favorable, Dear Sir: Please answer the following will benefit thcm.Turpentine handled will last several: seasons.It .
continue to bear until checked by the questions in the poultry department is a sure cure for roup, I is only& necessary to spread the clothon
frost.One of the FRUIT GROWfR: but it mixed with grain without oil it cold: nights when 'frosts are likelyto
peck of peas will be ample for What is a good remedy for soreheadin would penetrate the first handful it occur. When there is no longer
an acre of average land. If intendedfor chickens ? Also what are the touched. If. one fowl should get danger of frosts in the spring, dry the
hay or to be cut for green feed for chief causes of same? By doing so more than its share, the result mightbe canvas thoroughly and lay it away
stock, or for the silo, it may be planted you will oblige fatal. until autumn. In autumn it should
as early in the spring as will escape R. \\'. BENTLEY I E. W. A. remain in use as long as there is frost.
late frosts, and when in bloom or a Spring Park Marion county, Fla. Ormond Fla. Home and Farm.
little latter, may be cut for green feed, Sore head is a form of roup peculiarto .-._4 ----- .
silo or pea hay, and the process re the Southern States. I It is called Poultry Pointers.It Coat of Epidemics.
peated as often as the vines come into warts in some localities, and does is not wise to sell off all the old Yellow fever is expensive. The
bloom. resemble them at times. I might say I hens, as' they will lay well the second last issue of Florida Health Notes
The growth after the first cuttingwill it is roup in its incipient stage, but year or even longer, if they are Lrg- gives some statistics from a letter addressed -
probably produce the best crop oi roup does not always commence that horns, and the mature birds are just by Colonel C. P. Goodyear, of
peas, and it is wisdom to leave the last way. Editor Jacobs of the Poultry what are needed to place in the breed. Brunswick, to the Governor of Geor
crop of vines to rot upon the ground, Keeper, says it's chicken pox, but I ing pen if we wish strong, vigorous gia. lie suv
unless made into a better fertilizer do not agree with him, (for if left to chicks. Nothing causes deteriorationsooner "The epidemic at Fernandina, in
through the chemistry of the stomachof run its course, the worst t forms of than the breeding from immature 1877, was estimated to have cost that
horse or cow and returned to tne roup will develop. Not so with parents. city directly nearly $1,000,000, and
ground in animal manures. chicken pox. Then in the former Farm poultry probably suffer in I theState of Florida nearly $2,000,000.
To the inquiry, What advantage has: the blotches are black, while in the many cases from in-breeding. As Various estimates of the loss to the
the Wonderful over the Conch pea ? so called sore head disease, the first often as every second year a cock State of Florida by the wide spread
I reply Wonderful gives ten times appearance of the blotches is should be bought that is full of vigor epidemic of 1888 range from $7 coo,-
the yield of seed; it produces a cropof a pale flesh color; this is and fresh blood and employed to build ooo to $15,000,000The epidemic
fodder or forage two months sooner, before the scab forms over them. up the strength; and stamina of the which commenced in New Orleans
and if used as a mulch for orange The nature of the sore is cancer flock. It costs little money for a and took in nearly the entire Mississippi
trees, it will cover the ground in one ous, and it spreads until the head is grand pure bred cockerel at this season region, with its tributaries, in
half the time. covered. If taken at once, and be. when breeders have a surplus of 1878, was estimated by the most conservative
In planting among corn do not 'ore the hard scab is formed, a cure males, for which they neither have estimates to have cost the
plant until the corn is in silk, and can be effected in one application.The room nor inclination to keep over territory involved not less than $200-
only in every second row, and be sore spots should be thoroughly winter. If eggs are the chief desider- 000,000, an amount equal to the
tween the second and third hills. I cleansed with quite 'hot water and atum, one cannot go astray in procur- losses by the great Chicago fire."
The peas will cover the corn. afterwards wiped dry with a clean ing a lively White Leghorn cockerel. .
For Sick-Hoadacho
For orange grove mulch do not rag or sponge. Anoint the sore spots Avoid high roosts. There is no tuna IIor rnr<.r. Aciil I riiocphntr.Dr. .
plant more than two rowssay three feet with blue vitriol, using a piece and virtue in them under circum-
any M. W. GRAY, Cave Spring, Ga.,
apart, and every four feet in the row. dipping it in water, or dissolve it in stances, and often they are the cause says: "i I have 1I'it.'I11t! wit i .perfect auction
The ground will be well mulched and warm water and use a camel's hair of much harm and injury. "Bumble in habitual. i Hickht.chu'U.e .."
the orange roots protected from the brush to apply it. Where you have foot" is the direct result of lofty --
scorching heat of the summer's sun, many fowls to doctor, this is the best perches, for the fowl descending froma It is greatly to be hoped that the
and with a good crop of peas for way. The application of vitriol will great height fails to overcome the officers of the South Florida Fair As.
horses, cattle, hogs or chickens, you cause a hard scab to form, but unlessit momentum and strikes the groundwith sociation will push it vigorously and
will have a good quantity of humus, shows signs of mattering do not great (force. This, if repeatedly preserve the only display of the kind
effects of which in the it left in the State from dying out.
the mechanical disturb ; it will heal underneath and ocurring, causes inflammation and
soil with the nitrogen deposited will soon come off of its own accord. Thisis hard swelling upon the center of the \\'. II. D. Camara of DeLand,
greatly advantage the grove. a simple and easy remedy and the 'eet. The treatment of affected individuals has! finished the work of picking the
Diversity of soil, location, conditionof best one I have ever tried. Carbol- consists in opening the swelled 'fruit (from thirty of his best trees, and
land and other causes, will vary ized vaseline will do the work, but portion to give free vent to the pus, recorded the almost unprecedentedyield
modes ot cultivation, and every prac not as effectually. and the application of poultices and of two hundred and forty boxes,
tical 'farmer will follow such methodas Editor Jacobs, of the Poultry Keep. healing salve.-Prairie Farmer. or eight boxes to the tree.
experience teaches him is the best. er, gives this remedy to Texas cor I S S4 People in Tampa continue to eat
There is no universal rule. The respondent: "Equal parts of sweet The growers need full market reports. fresh watermelons every day.




gtateThe News. Our Rural flome Orange Trees !

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Gulf Coaster says $48,000 Edited by MINNIE GILMORE MILLS ]
St. Thomas Fla. I Lemon Trees !
worth of fish and oysters were shipped -- -

from Cedar Keys during two weeks. Our Gina in Florida.

Ten years ago, says a writer in the (Conllnu .)

Tampa Tribune, Lakeland was a vast Blest is the daughter who has the I

wilderness; now it has about one thou admonitions of a wise and loving I

sand acres in orange trees within a mother to rely upon, but when, in
radius of two and a half miles. There God's mysterious providence she is The Old Reliable Buckeye Nurseries.

are eight churches, about twenty five denied them, she learns many lessonsof

business houses, several fine hotels, an self reliance, that, particularly in a
-- ----
electric plant, a bank, a newspaper newly settled country, and a life suchas

etc.The we must lead in Florida, are no less I have: on hand the llnest lot of stook I have ever! ,grown of all the standard Vu

F. C. & P. R. R. Company( beneficial than her daily exercises. of ricti(' I have a specially fine lot of'1'ttrdi1fiitd l .'tailti lit two-year boob, from five

brought suit to recover $1. 8ooo paidin patience, fortitude and filial dut} j to tel.cn feet high. I recognize the fact that IV* hard times, and promo to tell it
taxes in 1882-84, and to enjoin the Every experience in life is of use to '
j hard! time prices. I make a specialty| of the King Orange.
collection of $96,000, taxes levied us, if not robbed of the result intended Write for prices. )

against the old F. R. & N. Company.The by the great and kind Teacher, ]1. J':. ttlLLKTT, Prop.,
Circuit Court has denied the and made to prove a dear-too "dear Weiixlale. Fin.
claim to recover, but granted the in school. ----------- -
- -- -- -
junction against the collection of the Some of our girls are the better and !
frank and have There in
given the transcriptof : are more persons engaged
wiser for the unusual experiences that
$96,000.It .
my) heart and brain. planting cabbages now than ever before
have crowded into their
is a pleasure to report that the young lives; "I do not say that death ends all, : in the history of the county.Gainesville .--
for they have had their dark of
recent heavy rains have so washed out days neither do I say that man is immortal; I Sun.Orange .
the salt from sorrow, and are left motherle s. _
overflowed garden 1 say that I do not know. To knowis -
lands in the Indian River Narrows They accept the changes that have
one thing, to believe another, ando
that the energetic farmers of that come to them, and the charges that hope is still another. 1 hope for Packers
have been placed in their hands with
vicinity will be able yet to plant and all good for all joy, for the childrenof ,
the hopefulness of youth. I have
produce a crop this year. They are men. All I can say about immortality ATTENTION!
never heard one murmur against the
probly more benefited than damagedby is this: There was a time when

the storm overflow.-Juno Sun. circumstances that have so "narrow I was not, after that I was, now I am, You ean save a cent a box by making
ed" their sphere to the mere routineof
The South Florida Fair Associationwill and it is no more wonderful that I lfoxPS 1 CittMason's
duties-as no doubt
not be hampered at the February manya hall continue forever, now that I
woman with so called advanced
fair by incomplete buildings and im- ideas would express it. have a start, than it was that I should Patent Adjustable Revolving -

feet arrangements under which it la begin.
Though our girls are by no means Box 'Machine
bored last February, but the exhibition devoid "We love, and those we love die I
of ambition, 1 believe e .ch, in
hall, stables, etc., are all completeand her secluded Florida home, feels truly and we cling to the hope, to the wish, Warranted I to make a i erfect box.
in good shape. Now, every effort that we may meet a ain. Love was
grateful that she is able to minister to
will be made by the management i the wants of father and brothers, who the first to dream of immortality, andas r i ICE, $7.o:
to render the forthcoming fair a signal i long as we love we shall hope."
would have a more solitary and labor MttnufaetiinMl
----- by
which work
success, in people ions life. It is just possible that these All About Florida-No. 4.
should, and we believe will, ably assist W. S. MOORE
cheerful little
housekeepers are not Editor Farmer and Fiuit-fJrower: ,
by a lively competition of their
pro. always appreciated as they ought to People of moderate education e'cndo HAWTHORNE
ducts. Orlando FLORIDA.
Reporter. -
| be, for it would be hard for a man to not like to be "stuck down" in a

Capt. R. E. Rose has assumed; the realize how much is lifted from him neighborhood whose ideas arc not "'Ul'l'l: FOil I'AKTH'ULAKS.BATTEHEON ..

interest of his former partners and i is by that pair of white hands-how dark much if any above the average negro, -- & CO.

now proprietor of St.Iar"s plantation the way would be without the light of and who have not much idea of the
commonly known as Goblet's.'I'he that IMPORTANT XOTICK TO ORANC.K SHIP-
bright countenance. difference between chemistry, astronomy PKRS shipping to I Buffalo( N Y. one of the
place consists of 640 acres, 320 Two of our girls have been teach and theosophy.Time unurpa! *,+rtl 1 market of> t'niliil I State*, remember
the Ol'l I foe C'Kn..Utt', Reliiibte and Prompt
being thoroughly drained muck land ers, for a time, in our public schools, however, is working won Comm"%'ion :Merchant who advance Ut r.UyRUlletu"t,11
in condition for !) at auction but direct to retail trade
planting. thus
adding; other duties to already ders and if these old
we only get for ail t<* in them Batt ntmi ScCo.. 167-19 Scott
lie has the ground prepared and heavy burdens; two are excellent fashioned genuine crackers out of St.. Huffalo N. Y KfrtablUheti ife6- 15 year! *ex-

plants ready to set out twenty acres cooks (though 1 may say that of all); their chrysalis state, where they are perfence!. __ ___ __ _u ___ _

of cabbages. Next month he will setout two arc adepts at sewing, having made bound in antiquated notions and self- Pineapple Die/ester./

a fifty-acre peach orchard. He t heir own dresses at the age of fifteen. conceit, lashed round with selfishness,

will have about 100 acres in crops Each has laid aside, for the present at we find that the "butterfly" arising The jwwerful digestive principle( the Pine
this season, and next season will have least, her individual ambitions and therefrom is apple fried from Muter and concentrate! in apure
a good
pretty fruit extract which i IA of untold benefit to
the whole place in sugar cane, rice desires, in a beautiful> spirit of selfsacrificeexcept meaning sort of a fellow, but still his most weak tomachft.. Try it

vegetables, etc.Kissimmee Leader. inasmuch as she may eye sight is defective and shortsighted, For Mle by W. A.;Dt"II.) Jacksonville.

Messrs. II. F. Dutton & Co., of f gratify them consistently with ever and by aid of schools, churches, and rilOft It RICHARDS.Kn Ft I.

Gainesville, have been awarded first pressing domestic affairs. the introduction of modern methodsof -

prize for an exhibition of the finest tt M. G. ;M.Col. 1. civilization, the next generationwill l'ange Boc Glamp.

Sea Island cotton at the World's Fair. -.- -.- -- -- be far advanced towards a state
Shape* up the box: fat.make it true a uti sel4tl.
The judges gave the cotton the highest Ingoraoll's Belief where agricultural chemistry, entomology -
Price $5.00. Given with tM paper one year far
praise of which the English lan: A recent editorial in a Boston after- and kindred sciences, almost $$.&,.

guage is capable( for smoothness, fineness noon paper says, speaking of Col. necessary to successful agriculture and H. W. Roar.atcMeekta .

strength and preparation, all of I Robert G. Ingersoll: "Why not make arboriculture, will be a recognizedand -- -- Imo.

which were pronounced perfect stat public the rumor that the brilliant accepted part of their education JrldHtlll .'jWd. 8 fyyerte 11. llet1Mit1.
KMT AH! ISHfl) iS'I.
ing that it was worthy of the highest orator who has been called the great in the home, if not at school, and REDHELD & SON,

award, in all points scoring one hun American infidel, has been heard to such books and plates will take the

dred, which is the maximum in per say that perhaps he will say in public place of the story teller of the present Commission Merchants

fection. This is a compliment, saysthe before he dies that he believes in immortality -- AND -- -

Sun, of which not only the firm, ?" day.One of the cracker class a few Fruit Auctioneers

but the citizens of Florida in generaland 1 Col. Ingersoll was questioned on weeks ago was talking about his grove HI Itnrk .Sfr.....,. /'/* /,,,/..//,/if the citizens of Gainesville and the subject later in the day and in re- and said "it was bad with red I We handle alt kind of Fruit ami Yti .tabtf",

Alachua county in particular should ply gave the following autograph spider, that they were all over the either at private etrtr 'wh-c! h haw heteto&re been
our cu-l+ iu'> '>r l by the feel proud. This is the second time' statement: "I have never said 'that t trees," and on being asked if he hada ttakktf I to our bu--t ie**> r,i c''Ita may (tirtre

II. F. Dutton & Co. have beaten the perhaps before I die I will say in pub magnifying glass, said no, he didnot tlslir"l a : WELL MACHlfJERYworb.'il --.

world on cotton, rmvinebeen(, awardedthe lie that I believe in immortality.' I want one, they were as big as lA ttit3T kin--' i t tnun. .i ,. ..I.. r. ritvfrtllrrbyWill< !! ..var
..... .
first prize at the Paris Expositionin have nothing to conceal on that goes ants, and ran about like spiders, and lo Ad.tn.l Ari.raat".,|.r.rumiinir, raM K.I.r t.N'rN'r. ". )h.',rioted*!-.*..K*.tr.jVF.MVOUK.a4tnrk >,

1889. tion. I have: always been perfectly some trees "were real full of them." hatwttrlp.Aar.ra, lit.n.1'11E,1ltCItIUAY i C"lcoac.. :lilt Vall.\ 'rot. .,


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Now anyone who knows what the< and clean skin, with the bloom of a In conversation with J. M. Will. BENTON & 'UPSONdTclcsol4Vlliit

so-called red spider is, at once know; face of ten years younger. Guarc son, Saturday, we obtained the following I
that our friend's trouble was not red against the popular error of washingin figures as the result from fourteen FhA.,

spider as he terms it. lie said "he< hot water, as the pores in time will hens for the past year. For two'

believed they caught the ants and eat become relaxed and give the sKin a months during the year Mrs. Willsonwas IRRIGATING

them." That was enough, and wt coarse, ugly appearance. If a complexion away from home and J. M. did
chief charm have time to look after the eggs. !
did not want to hear any more about is faulty, beauty's not MACHINERY
red spider in that quarter, as he knew is gone, every woman knows that; yet He thinks he did not get more than II

it all, and would not look at a bookin how few there are who have not tc half during these two months, and yet I30Tix ,

the matrer. "He'd been growing oranges contend with freckles, sallowness, the figures show up 33 chickens

twenty years, and guess he pimples, roughness, etc. raised and 1,996 eggs laid. Cost the of Steam and Horse Power.
knowed." -r. feed $' 7.62, and a net profit from

It is under modern schools and advantages A Pie for Dyspeptics.Pie fourteen hens of $35 or $2.50 per

for education become so that is generally considered very hen.-Kissimmee Leader.. Pipe, Pipe Fitting, Brass
suitabl -e-
educated man bad for dyspeptics, but one
uneducated or quarter afflicted is FOIl DYSPEPSIA, \Valve Hose Etc.
thus givenby
has to be relegated: to the ditcher for individuals Indigestion, and Stomach dtvmlen; ) takeIllt(111'3 ,
Farmer Household. Add mo.v; IIITTKUH.!
and shoveller, as the man of education Michigan All dealers keep it,Cl tr. bottle. Genuine has WRITE FOR ESTIMATES.
alone can maintain his position I 'tour tablespoonfuh of oatmeal to one trade-mark ana crossed red lines on wrapper. ---------
of let it stand for a few
pint water
in the growing
or make progress C S. Hacker & Son,
for bread and butter. In hours until the meal is swelled. Then eo.
the mechanical arts it is the same- add two large apples pared and FITSCan MANUFACTURERS OP

the half way or uneducated so-called sliced, one cupful of sugar, one table- EPILEPSY .. r N wr
of flour and a little salt. =
natural mechanic without educationat spoonful this disease: be cared? Most physician ea1 ,
least in his particular forte, must Mix all well together and bake in a No-/MJi Ye; all forms and the wont cases. At. a to r c.
and education is buttered dish. This may perhaps, ter 80 years study and experiment I have found the ..(
take a back seat It rural not subdued -
Epilepsy 1 le by ;
be l relished by those who no
daily bccomiug in every branch of by opiates the old,treacherous, quack treat
professional, mechanical pretensions to dyspepsia.How's nienU Do not despair.: Forget past> 1 mp w-tioiw: ( :> cc
eyerywhere, ,
coti&il-iuc! ifailures.
-- -- your pure,past outrages on your j 1)1 co O
or general, so necessary thata This. Look forward,not backward. tit Y r -inc-.i I II ,1 tr
cannot along, except on the Is I of fo-tfay. Valuable) w<> k on the nuLjec., at d (0 a
man get We offer One Hundred Dollars bottle of the rCmcdtint frttj for IrtaL ... .
lower rungs ol the ladder without it, Reward for any case of Catarrh that large Mention) Post-Office anJ I.lrcaJdrc a.Prof. .

and woman is fast compelling men to cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh > .W.1L PLEIvE: ,F. I).,4 Cedar J>U, New; York oC ..... .- -- a
seek the higher education, or their .

energy, will and perseverance take tfure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., World's: Fair Highest!. ftward c I i And Building Material.CHARLESTON. .

the place man has so long held, and Props. Toledo O. Medal and Diploma' ... '."
work on our INCUBATOR mlBROOOtR IiiJ#;"' s. (c.
the servile .
relegate man to We, the undersigned, have knownF. : Combined. .. 46 -
the world, while they assume the J. Cheney for the last fifteen 1 Old Reliable" hSSte': ,u4'Ih'jiIIl. '
excellent and intelligent posi .r.u.l a I', '1-, :..I.it-+ CLt' .+.
more years, :tnd believe him perfectly honorable ....",rnA1 wi. >he-tcptP4 :. I. r. l FrautKHruit!: Wrappers.NO .
I =0
tions. The days of universal peace in all business transactions, .:. t.::::. :: :. IOb".L- -
be at hand, and in that woman I Rr ," to1" ..r anti Rrcsder Ca: Ouincy, III.'!:.
may and financially able to carry out any MORE CHEATING.

governs. obligation made by their firm.West .
Then every dollar expended by) & Truax,Wholesale Druggists. HATCH CHICKENS BY STEAM Consumers of Fruit Wrapper may

the state and churche in giving good Toledo, O. Walding, Kinman & d the-, 1tuprnrcd_ Excelsior Incubator.. l/.II'P- now Icnoio that they get, an honwt ream
educations and advantages, and in Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, "lo -- .t lat'JIl'w.d.?. Tbuuuiuu. Outran In sueeccafulotwration. of -ISO sheets and not 400 or tt'.H: : dealerstmpply. sheets
attendance to ream as tome unscrupulous
State schools compelling redo Ohio. wed to hitch a larger per
will tend to its future high standing Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally cenUc*ea ct.t of than fertile any eaat other .

and when that time comes we may directly the blond nrer ian tre. til'f\1.oCl.latcbt'r, llstchwr i-wwt priced mite1no..C.'doer. OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"
acting ,
upon akad tb.f.r I .lll.
will in V .. OF-n.lI.i 1'AIII.Qairt
justly anticipate that Florida ,and mucous surfaces of the system. I Printt..l.nl'pcN'( aro put up in packages

education intelligence, wealth, morality .'rice, 75c per bottle. Sold by all The of 1000 each, and each Wrapper i is

virtue, and Christian civilization Testimonials free.Salads. numbered, in printing, consecutively
stand as the equal, if not tin -- _e- -- B pOULTRY from 1 to 1000. No one can

superior, of any State of the Union,, EST I HONESTLY BEATour
and although that time may be some (Jreen j vegetflhleHand+l1:1118laof all kind i :* Sent Trial Money "ItbIs
Send for namplcHand prices
what distant, yet by keeping it in art,according to the Philadelphia Record. Month fur 2 5".e Few Moue.ONLY pr Ct'@
thc hOl'ot' complexion beautiiU'rsttdaiiitily- E N T S.It toTHE
take for motto
view, we may mado salad is likewise' a henutifier of the U well) worth *UU sendtamier, sample triP. JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO.
Excelsior. dinner tahlo all TDyUthpnajiifof' u )"'Juotuil i ftL ,
luncheon or an experienced riDU nnjll UJ., --.
11. \\'. O. MARGARY.: hoKtesse" :* will admit. Tomatoes iAntnrUULini L a. JulJnsuu--- --- -- JERSEY CITY, N. J.

-- ---.... keel and (..v..nlt'1i."t'C1 and j-crved with a jrRL1nIkL J 1 J4tf..!, Uj:>l Md, no..1n.u......A4 Ckli4JtfMV. ; ... N. 1J.-Wo do not deal in unprintedwrtflicrs.
Clear Complexions. dre>ring of salt: pepiier. vinegar and .tet.d. 'IO 1 .. U.*fttMJ Mil .
H'gar make delicious naiad. An excellent t t1 !Ic.tra. ra.e.ule......U1.Tb.r..gktndlskerp. ll.sut. -
The first thing for a woman to do lettuce salad is made: thus: Huh the tad H.... C.laJella.-
who is complexion disturbed is to fine: i yolks" of two hard-boded<<1 ejjj** to a JKIWder Ii. n. ..fllTll.l't.e nr.tlte.tbe.ttrtM.I'lrrrNk--- WM. B. SCHRAEDER,
-- --
out what her skin needs, writes KattRemington add one tettp onful each: of sujpir; AGENTS S5oa.c.er 2 &, BRKKDRR OP
t'r, one lalf-tea.' poanfiil each of il A tdcJ
in the Recorder. A woman's ullclllt'Pl( .. .. + .rt ,bettr.n.rkea.a.btIa1a...01 fats JERSEYS.
tird, and heu..s pt.t
Hilt! and made ntu '- twnh'aoponnfnt4 : | \ .n".., "1leetri.RdMi GRADE
complexion} is peculiar to her- !' of salad: oil Let it stand five minutes I .11.l.a'a1I'ID4..rII.la..aaeMD4tf1., rwD4. "H.w. Chap.getp.er.rlr .

self, and it is not wise to use everything then heat in four tahU>i>oonfuls ofvinegar. I4 ..... .r .e.lte nrtb.machloe l..re4ID.laDOJ", iota. .hrN.r, Hulls, Cows and<<1 Heifers for wilo.WAVEULY .

that is "good for the complexion" Cut up two or three heads of !) pumpe.11).o tu.,1.Ih..Cle.a.Je.eaet....*at 4ort..*.Iu" : FARM, Leon County, near
white lettuce with a knife and fork, and ma r'.tpetleiC.aeeded.' Tt+
of what good it is U e..h' :laa.- Tallahassee, Fla,
regardless ......a.al.. Urtr
the drehsini, over it. : w (:)eperador
her. If the skin is sick, it s mould b< (pour : cold _,_te. rr-"Ctt tmlDt'tl... CtrC1al.,.tn.w .. -
Uu ian naiad is! made by mixing; 1 I" IIAltUlsOSbcui.=.teJratlwaYauR
doctored just as well as any other vegetables, as carrots, |pc OH: ?', string Ixans.Hitatoes I
organ that needs attention. When i it ] ('ornJ heets, etc, cut in small SPECIAL
is filled with blackheads or covered pieces and nerved with a dr'ssing; rontaininy -

with a surface eruption of pimples, is Carrot::; red salad pepper is made and vinegar.hv cnttim. cold.lw Polish We offer QQ at per law cent prices t;ts'phate, High C.rstte Potash. Nilralchoda but 48 irate,p rrrt ,
look s Muriate l'cta: -h 80 percent
too oily or has a general unclean ikil carr(+ts into very thin hlich uiiii R Ik T, Black and all kintUuf fertilizing materUU;
it needs purging. As a remedy, sweat sprinkling); with stipir; ; then add( the juicy ( s *ml for prke Freight to Jack ton Title by tall,

the face by taking a Russian or Turk ur a: lance lemon and a wineglaHnful elf .,, FR4'Jlirtalal'' only f 1.75 per\...ton S. I'OWKLI.: A ( n.,

ish bath. use a lace mask, hold! the salad\ oil. Chemical .,1111,..,3Uu.* I IUllmorr,3Iil.
and) boil ----
Salad --
C'aulillovvcr --- ----
face over boiling water, or take exer the caulitlowi'ts, drain and let them cool "
cue that gives a flow ol perspiration.When iiit them in pieces ; HWMMI them with Kicrlftioc f>onbiArtin bpnFIng POTASH SALTS.Are .

the pores have given a fret s- lt. l pjHr( vinefrar and oil, and nerve l.rI Oatuta 811111\prvvootKrnit WonD1, INDISPEXSAHLK!: : for vegetables
discharge, wash the face thoroughly) untll'Mt them as any other I' ln.l.h"on lotlUJ"M+a a bead I and fruits of all kinds. On fcandy Mils
in warm; water, using good soap; then S SaUd-Mimv cooked salmon 1 tend rcfUtcrop of all .'rutDn*. Tboo.. 1,t is imjx!f-ilk'' to reifO those Orol'| without -
and |pour over it the following. drti.'inMix )! : aod in c... Send 6 cU.forWM.STAHLQumcrHt. of tnt&t'h. Muriate
in which are a them. Sulphate.
rinse in cooler water, of Hand\ '011 treat-
tt'a ipoonful information
one -onepraltng. CartwW./'H. of Potash and KainiU For
few drops of the tincture of benzoin and one ton spoonful of Rmted GERMAN KALI
{ \\.p'r and >amphleUaddrti) !
Sach treatment will convert any dirty,, onion; tlwn add three tAbl- "poonfuls ofvinegar WORKS i 03 Namu St., New York City.TIIK .
over-Md looking complexion into ilea, and one tablespoonful of oil. ,


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e. POWEIIS! ,...... .... ... ...........Editor does --
P. O. Address, Lawtey, Fla. but ways when the rush begins;
more important still, before there ] culture, as also by the growth of .

A. II. MAN''JLLE.FtaK Contributor. is danger of Irost injuring; the fruit on strawberries< tomatoes, asparagus and I 18u; 1&Oi I_D'C reuo._

the trees. The fruit will stand less ;all kinds of early vegetables for the ... i 1_ I'er Ct.ConnectInut. .

CONTENTS. cold than the tref's.'here the trees Northern markets. We found many ......i 11,3".A'3t1,5t* 13M

GROVE AND ORCiiARD-Frora- Seed to Fruit; are pinched even to the extent of i thrifty and intelligent gardeners i Dist. uf Col.... ........... *c cn, J:.II!
OyrterbhellGa.l.tne.l . .. .... .... their nMane. =10t4M1 \u' !6.i r9
794The foliage and tenders Florida. who were each making ..... .. .., &:!"UI3 61''J1: 3.6.
Kietfer Piratical Commiuion Men.... luMchuseuJII....
19 branches 31.r: ,
3'4.00. 10
FARM (CHEMISTRY Factor of Safety in they continue to put on !living out of a small grove of Iruit t -o\.II"a.... .... I. ... 1.1041 9tti t9

Fertilizing Orange Grove .. .. .. .. .. 796 good crops, and will pay, providedthe i trees that would be the envy of farm( .cw N'ew Jlamllshlro ?.'J.IM, alIt: 1! D.n
Packing Orange in the Car; The SaUuma in fruit, which such cold would Jersey : 31..nl 10.It
bigPARUBR South. .Florida. .. ...Citiic. .. .Acid.. .;.Idea.. .. ..on.. .Pack. .. .. 796 or destroy, can be marketed before 'who were cultivating hundreds 01 1 New l'l.I1Us.h.unll..1\.ork..... .; =:tJ.Dt,: t, .altX4j 1115
SIIj'.V :13,112::
ANDTRUCKRR-StrawbettyCulture' the season of host.( It seems a acres ol maize and cotton amid the !ithulu. hlund..."! 5.11..' CIIS,: 1I.t..tkJ::

in NO.7 Florida: The Onion. .'. .. .bed. ;. .Making.. a. Liviug. .. ." 797: number of varieties of the orangecan keen competition ol the world. It i is \ ermunt:.:.:..='::::I-r. :M'3, 3.j a

The Wonderful Pea .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. TySFOULTRV be marketed in !succession for two also worthy of note that, as comparedwith Tutus.... .-....... .") D.). .';7.:, 6.5.

-Sore Head; Poultry Pointers 798 months or more before the time for many farms in the North where I CnEA8I: IY NUlnr.u ur rAItlS.
A Can rat-Covered. Garden; Cottof Epidemics: 798 frost, and one in particular the Satsuma -- -- '-
OCR RURAL HUMK Girls ordinary cereals are cultivated and incn".4e.1'er .
-Our in Florid
Col. lug rttir Belief; All About Mori-; which is being largely planted the natural fertility of the soil annually 1 '" I 1--

da, No. 4. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. 799 in the Gulf region, is both early and I I deteriorates in Florida in ---- -.-- --1---Ct.
Clear Complexion A Pie for orange .\Iuooma .. 1
; 155,77: ;
Salads. .. .. ... . .. .Dyspeptic. .. .. .; 800 hardy, the fruit ripening in October, growing the freehold value of an Arizona .... ...... 1&l'tJ' 1J.j.MI1 t\'i 111.13 tt:
HDITORIAL State Crop Report; The Satsu and the tree withstanding a much estate increases A rkaut'Ul. .. . 111' s Ift.tJ+ 3w: I:::
materially with the Cullfornla. .. .. .
ma in othr Statrw An &.wJ13S.tt1t" 4.111
; KnglUh View of lower
Florida; Valuable Farm htaiirlic' .. .. 601 L temperature than other sorts. growth of the trees." Colorado Dakota Xortb..... ItJ,3.\J 4JCNJ ; :: L1

Movement of Orange; Crop Note; Fruit F.x- --- --. -. D akota, 6uutb. :7,611 W.I5; II'J'I! 348.Ob
change Uulletm.; Fruit Market Dulletiii Helltwore...... ..
; Mr. F. A. Mann I has P..1"41 8,549
Jackitonville Fruit Auction Company' An English Vlow of Florida. sold the Coast "Iorlth ........... a1. i: : : 7ti:
bulletin; K. L. Gjodseir Sale .. .. .. 802 At the late Gazette and will retire from journal (]rorgfa.......... 1.I.utl I D.4arf'+. 6.04 L I
A Prosperous Community.... ... .. . .. .. 8.JJ annual meeting in Lon ism and Id..ho.... ... 6tJU 10M :r"J.ly
Hint and .. .. . don of the Land Bank try brick-making Few men Indlutut..1.! 1S4+,IrC IUtun
Helps .. .. ... 80.4 Mortgage of f :.It
.... ..
have done more conscientious workon tOWlt I ..... : :.'01.iUS) ): : I 1S.s.nt: 8.tEl
m i Florida, composed of English capitalists Kanllls.! .......... .: 1ti661.; 13'4:161 3U3: >>
Weather in the Florida ... .. .. '
Jaoksonvillo. Hon. Swire Smith the press. Kuutueky. I'ro.1: lt1J.I.J: 33 1.00
Eng .e- '.oUldhuu& ... .... Q1'J1'J 4"UC: U&9
.1. Ii. lish authority on the South, made a Mar? land..... ....! 40,7U8 40.61. .&1
B B Valuable Farm 1
be B 3-r Statistics.Mr. Mlchhmn. .... ... j I.::.:)" J3UUI 11.00
his )
Dot TKo = sl= report on visits to Florida. Mr. ..... ..I
1j d 5 5 i Herbert BUnnusotu.' IIfJJ\U U..DV3: :)1.18
w Myrick editor of the (
00 00 St -5. Smith has now visited Florida three 3U8Slssl"II." .... U'W.4: 101,772 41.81
- American ..... ... ';
- Agriculturist has made tHuurL : :3.87U'
Nor J3 ... ....... times in an :1U I03t
50 '
59 7n 57 '3 64 o oo company the exhaustive BrEd 1.519 :))HM
Nor 29 ... .... 4& 6J study of farm statistics routuna''I'. I'
74 44 30 59 o.oo Chairman as JJ3.f)1
and with (GJ.aH7; Sint J
NOT ... once three of the
3o. 57 M 77 54 J| 66 0 oo developed at this late date North Carolina.. 1.$,:J.," 1.S7t7"< .
...... .... tlte! 13.16
Dec I. 60 66 76 %8 iS 67 0 on large shareholders. His is i by Ohio......... .... 2.11....) : :. I 'J
DeC2. ...... report United
5' 62 census.Ve ...... ....
71 56 64 Oregon .
15 o.oo extract ::5x5:1);: 18.:17= 57.43
....... ..
Dec very flattering to State
3 64 fio our but its .
70 68 t'outh .
77 CanUna.
17 o.oo 11S.t($$
Dec ....... ... some paragraphs from our UJ..twH 22: 6.1
4 44 41 45 39 6 4' 0.16Mean length .forbids our than contemporary Tcnnesscu ....... I'H.&I' : IMtII.JO &.:=n
space more a which. are ol' great interest To as ..... .......i :::S.UEII 111.184
.. : ;: :; few : 31.($
; ;;:-I;
57-7 53.6 61 4 *o.i6 paragraphs. He says: "The Gtuh.. .. ..... ...; IO.Mil g.l5:: 1I.2Jt
Total rainfall. -- progress of the State, which I have FARM MORTGAGES. '.Iraclnlt., ... 1'U)1' 1,317% .Frt
WBshluKton.....) '
E. It. DEMAIN, Observer. been able to witness in each of m}' Three quarters of all the farms i in lt'cat \"frlllnl... 7,71 ls.tBra'J:! : { t.674: 1'rs.M ItS! II

--.- journeys, has been s eady and sub the United States are owned free of( W.omlnJC.I8contlln.......... ...1, 1&6.X'&3.1(:".1'j 1 134.x1'U. M1.81 8.W

State Crop Report. stantial.. incumbrance. Onlv nne-lnnrth of 1 -
p- -- Totol .... . . I -3i-JO.I)1: ) 3P: ( .I3.; 19 61
me bulletin the
mommy ior ivovem.. "The agricultural resources of Flor total number of farms in the

ber gives the prospective yields ol I ida are not b}' any means the same as United States are mortgaged. Or, to

crops as below: Upland cotton 81, those ol the Western States, but from express) it more specifically, out of ]\1aI'l\ets.: '

Sea Island cotton 98, sugar cane the financial every hundred American farms
tog I standpoint they may not more """"'- ........
rice 98, sweet potatoes 102, field pea! be less important. Florida is not a than seventy are fully paid for and JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Dt.'C.8. -

97, peanuis 108, hay 121, oranges 94,, corn, cattle or wheat country. In less than thirty arc mortgaged.The FRUITS AND VK.GKTADLKS.

lemons 86, limes 88, grape frail 97, cotton it holds a commanding position i average mortgage represents Thee are art rage quotation Kxtra choice

bananas 103, guavas 100. l in the production) of the finest only one-third the value of the farm I: lots Iota fetch ell lower.price above top quotation, while poor

.-. qualities as is shown upon which it is secured. Orange.. ripe .. .. .. .. ... ..... 1.0010150
The Satsuma in Other States. by the 'fact that drop ... ...... ..... ....... .75 to 1.00
m more than half the entire quality The total amount of farm mortgages Crape fruit !box .......... 1.50102.00
It seems that the interest in the, known in the (i rape'' fruit bbl.. .. .............. 25010.1.00
Satsuma is as 'Sea Island, which is grown country is hardly Trugetine4 .. .... .......... .....1.5010300
not confined to Florida. in the States, is shipped from Florida. one tenth of the total value of all our Mandarin. . ........ 1.50102.00
In California where it was intro '.u ( I.. tt<>ftt *, Wta.. .... .............. I.outo .t..BA,..
The phosphate industry is destined to arms. MeMina .... .. .. .t...... --
duced as the Oonshiu, some years after increase in time with the In 1880 nearly one-fifth of the Malaga Grape, kegs .. ............... 5.00 3.50
it was brought necessity for Pineapple.crate...... ... .... ......2.5010j.oo
to Florida
and improved agriculture in view of the mortgage indebtedness was on farms; Potatoes. New York.........n...... 2.75
given the name it now bears, it is attracting soil. but in ( in 5-barrel lots ....... .. 2.65
exhausting The crops of Flori 1890 mortgages repre .". Hebron, reed t. ............. 3.00
attention as the groves come da are of a kind that produce sented only I one seventh ol the counU"S .. 5.IJb1.lot. ...... .... 2.75
into bearing, and Southern larges KarlyKose'. .. ........ ...
value to the acre and give interesting indebtedness on real estate. It Of 5.bbl. lots..... .... 300
looks to this variety as the foundationof and lucrative Out of hundred families Onion, yellow bbl .. ... .......... 2.73
employment to the husbandman every on .. .. 2.50
a red. ....... ... .
prosperous orange industry. A and his family within a American farms in 1890, forty seven tpanl.h.1al'fCe, per crate.... Las 2.50
San Antonio correspondent who has small owned their Sweet putatues bUlh. .............. .50
been area. Many of the season's farms free of mortgage New Turk cabbagr.each: .. ........ .10
growing .Iruits in Texas for ten oranges had been picked when twenty owned but with incumbrance Cauliflower, N, Y... .............. .15
years, and who has we Bret, northernper bel ...............
recently spent a traveled through the country, bin and thirty two hired the farms they Turnip, northern ........... .. .. .... 2.75
year in California, writes : "The even in March l lived on and worked. Lettuce: dot.. .. ..................... 1.75 15
Satsuma we saw hundreds 01 Carrot*, per bbl..... .. ................
captured me in Los Angeles. roves laden with delicious fruit and Of' those who cultivated their own I".snips, .. ........ .......... 2.75
I tried all kinds in all farms Squash crate .. .. .. ................... 2.75
stages ol ma boxes which we ordered to be gathered 70 per cent. owned without in Celery: . .. .. .. .. ........... ... 6010.75 1.25
turity or ripeness, but found none so from the trees so as to be cumbrance and only I cent. had Hjrg Plants, bbl. ... ................. J.ootoJ.oo
good. Everyway it is without shipped 30 per Tomatoe . .. . .... .............. .
a peer" to England at the end of April arrived mor tgages. Of the farms occupied Squa*heit. bbl.. .... .. . ... ....*.... 1.25101.50 1.50 ,
By way of introduction to an ex in fairly by tenants, less than 10 Cucoanut . .. .. ... ............. 4.50
tract from a good conditio It is I per cent. were Peanut bent brand..... .....,.,..... .0410.05
recent article on the Satsuma now generally acknowledged that inrumbered. AppltfNew York. bbl................ 4.50
which appeared in these col there Four filths of the Sweet Pepper, peck .................. .25 to .40
are no oranges in the world amount of debton Grape, 5 'lh ha-ket. ...........
umns. the editor of the Texas Farm equal to those of Florida and inmost farms and homes was incurred for Guavas 3-peck box .... ... ........... 1.00.25
and Ranch says: as the Okra, peck .... .. .............. .50
other things in a new country commendable purpose of buying Cow,.ran, helled. peck. ........... .5*
The experimental planting of the there is and improving the Green.. neanbuhel .... ..... .... 1.25101.50
past decade yet ample room for better property, and a Pea ..... .. ................ ... 2.00102.50
goes to show that the selected varieties and for more intelligent like proportion of the number of

orange will prove a profitable crop i in and economical culture. But 'farms and homes were mortgaged for POULTRY AND EGGS.

southern and coastwise Texas. Thereare even a is the sa.ne purpose. Hen.. .. .. ....................... ilto.35
two important points in greater a more Rooster............................ to
selecting scientific system of storing the (fruit in TOTAL NUMBER OF FARMS. Droller. .. .................. .... .35.ao to.z5.30
trees for planting, namely: First the Turkey, per pound gross... ......... .
and in -11 to
ships the 1a
the ability of the warehouses on From 1880 to 1890 there has beenan Duck. .... ................. ........... .3510
tree to withstandcold. this side. Geee............. .50
increase .....................
Second, the ripening of the "\\'e had the privilege of of 546.827 farms in the kggs. scarce. ........................ .50..27HAY.
inspecting United
fruit early in Some of the older
season the GRAIN ETC.
general several pineapple
of Louisiana and States, including Illinois show a decrease
crop and Florida were most favorably impressed with in White corn, small lot.......................$ 1,25
has caused prices to decline as it al- what the number of their farms, Mixed corn, ............... ....... 120
we heard as to the return upon but the newer States overbalance this. White oats. ......................a 1.70
Misedoata, '* ..........*,**....R.i4. 1.65

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lily No. I, Timothy, small lots... ......... 19.00 I transplanted plants do not make tie
Wheat bran small loU.......... ..... ..... 19.00 I necessary roots( for vigorous!:! vines nor do TO ORANGE GROWERS.
Ground fctxj, fresh (corn andoaU), per sack
of tog pound.. .. .. .... .... .... ,... ..,.. .. 1.40 they bear as much fruit as do the H'ed-
Fred meal in sack of 100 pound, per ton. 33.00 linga.-Buffalo item in Hartow Courier.
Rice flour per cwt..., ..... .... ............ .9
... .... ,
Pure wheat, per sack of too rounds.| I.>>
Prepared stem cooked cow feed, per cwt. Fruit
pound Mckt. .......... .... . .. ..... I.JO Exchange Bulletin

Prepared sso-pound stem.tack cooked. ......hone.. ... .feed. ., per.....cwt. 1.50 Jacksonville, December 1.-We reportno Our Jacksonville office, No. 94 West Bay St..II now open, and shippers desiring

Pearl grits, per barrel.... ......... ... ...... 2-95 perceptible change in prices sJncc; last market reports or other information with regard to shipping, will kindly communicate
ff'lrlmt'81. per barrel..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. a.95 issue. Shipments have decreased somewhat with me at that addres.8.

Flour HI ur.best extra winter fancy wheat family,.patent... ......... .......... .... 4.50 4-35 but are still too heavy to a(lord( relief On receipt of shipments of good qualities of fruit in Jacksonville: we will advance

()Half barrel", either brand, ajc per barrel to an overburdened market. In our from 50 to 75c. per' box to those that request the same. Checks for proceedsare
extra.) opinion it will require at least one week mailed direct to every grower in Florida within 48 hours after the s-ttlo in New'
... .. ., .. .
Cotton seed meal bright, per ton. 15.00 to disjxjhe of what is f now in the various York. I solicit your support and shipments.'
Dark or Sea Uland cotton seed meal t. per
ton . . .. .. .. ... .. .. aooo market, while there is enough fruit now "In order to raise the standard of packing of Florida oranges, we propose to
Pure ground bone. fine per ton ..... .. .. 30.00 in transit to more than supply the demand offer a prize of $100 to all that send
...... ....
Bone and pota h.pt'rton. .. 33.00 for the next
Germankainit. per ton .......... ...... .. 17.00La ( ten dajs thereforewe
nd planterNitrate . ..... .. .. ... .. .. .. ..... .. 10.00 advice a further reduction of ship
Soda. tc' per pound; per ton. ... .. 55.00 ments. Not Less than 300 Boxes of Orangesto
Muriate pota.n. ic per pound; per ton.. 50.00 Tangerines Mandarins:\ are in heavy
.. .
Sulphate potash x pound; per ton. 31.00
Sulphate potash 90 per per cent. .... ..._..... 50.00 (supply!, and prices,, have "struck bottom

and are liable to stay there for awhile. us this season. The winner will receive a certificate to the effect that hi!* fruit

SEEDS, ETC. Grape fruit i is easier under heavy re averaged the best grogs: result during) the* season, and in addition to that n check for

Peas Split . . ............... .. .. .. J.7S ceipts.Navels. $100. This i is offered wholly for the sake of endeavoring to raise. the standard of
lackeyed real, new crop, bush...... ... .. t.7S ; do not seem to attract much attention
3ewn... .. ... . .... ... .... ........ ..... 2.25 and sell low. n..1inckin. : and carefuf\ handling. on the part of shipper The average at the
Lima . .. .. .... .... .......... ...". 3.50 end of t the reason will be carefully made out of each and eVery shipment that wo
Alfalfa Lucerne|verb *hd ......... 2oc 1.75 to :2.00! sit-ins to be the ruling figures receive."
Genuine red ru.t roofoal'f .. .. .... $nc for choice to fancy of goud
oranges directed to New York will receive prompt attention.
White send rice '' ..... ... 2.25 Any correspondence
Florida ierown W'edrye '* ........ 2.15 sizes.Telegrams. Very respectfully,
Georgia<< rye. .* ... .. ... 1-75 since our last report t give
Texas rut proof oat Of .. .. .. 60 average sales as!! follow: 1.18, 1.27 1.23
Onion Sets, red. per bush. .... .......... .. 6.00 1.54. 1.30, 1.40 1.51,1.21.:! E. L. GOODSELL,

---. .---r- All points complain of excesssve receipts
No. 91 West! Hay St., lacksonville. ,
Movement of Oranges. and, much decay. and No. loa Park Place, N. Y. City.
The above averages, as a rule, will net -
-- -- -
-- -- -
The olllccrs of the Fruit Exchangeestimate little more than 25: cents on the tree.

that 1.2..0.000( lioxca! of oranges This!', however, should not discoiiragv 9.) Pale to.lav 70o to l.CO, average 1.27. of bright or fancy fruit I is more or 1 less

have gone out of the State nlrvudy. and those! who have good, pound' (nut and)( : fruit Mill anivfng in poor under rotten before he OIH-IIS it. The russets

that! nearly, I if not quite, half the crop can afford to hold it until the crush! is 10. Cur 3,820: :, ; very unsound, averaged! are standing up Itcttcr than the brighta

will have ,gone out hy the first of Janu over and the decayed stock is out of the 95c; market dull. all along the line; they are better sealed

ary. It ii4 i! computed that, ,since our last way. In our opinion there are much I.lVEIiroOL. up less", open to the lodgment of the rot

re|>ort, :205,000; ( Inixes! have been taken brighter prospects> ahead.LIVERPOOL gi-rms.! A car of russet' today will net
out of the State, of which 85.811 l have Sale Dec. 1. lowest 5, highest 11. Average more money, other things being equal,
The Elihu: \LP.S.. & 9s. Will .ship from Jacksonville! for
pone h) steamer routes. than a car of bright They may not
Thompson cleared Saturday. with about Since last! report one sale is cabled Liverpool Dec. 8,11,14 I I untl 10. fetch more money per box or |KT orange,

6,000 boxes (her capacity in 18,000)( ); and from Liverpool> ; highest t, 13d; lowe: 5s; ---+ .- but there will be more of them left to sell

the lirixham went out early Sunday average 9-)*. Tho Fruit Market Bulletin. when they arrive.

morning with 9.952! boxes. The Mer This is' a slight improvement over sales K : Since our last! report we have sold

chants' and Philadelphia lines!' running last quoted. Burton the Harrssays light shipments of fruit hrights: in Jacksonville at 1.25, ru&cts at

strictly fniit .steamers are carrying tJll'irnI'J.Ot.'B Conditions' being favorable, we will Already 1. 15.
are beginning; to tell in the orange grotyers' .. ..
-- mmE
in condition. The Jacksonville
good Pennsylvania ship to Liverpool on within
Prices have advanced
Railroad, delivers the oranges' 'in DecemlHT :3, 8. 11. Hand Ifi.We favor. tlvt' centsa L Goodsoll's Sales.
lows about twenty-
Went Philadelphia over four mile" from will only send such lots to liverpool the last ten } from the different Sales of (California fruit thin! week have
lx Our) '
the fruit market where they are wanted, l ns are marked; ''(ur export." No : >x. indicate that the light receipts been very light and mark the closing" of

while the steamers land them at the shipment should consist of less than 25 fruit centers will the season so far as deciduous fruit shipments
all the improvethe
docks where they are Hold or directly into boxes, sixes to range 12(1( to 170.( over after this country week. are concerned. The total numlwr

the car running to Pittsburg, ) Harriburg. *, We do not advise a rush or heavy shipments ) markets 1m"Iillh.hc,1 of cars sold was! J 12:!, of which I disposedof
.:Eltuira etc., hence the popularity ju'.t now, and( nothing but the (One) of our ino-t tiie prominent, fruit which he has 9.t) Prices would have shown marked

of this! line with the dealers. best, well-packed! fruit that will carry ShilpiuJ.t and will now he here increase on previous week, exceptingthat ;
In addition to the orange;"* there were well is wanted. bought: I every lot of fruit with the exceptionof
t h'.
moved by steamer IJIM: : crates of vegetables pcrmancll facilities which allow him to .Mime. of Kiscn's Tokays, showed mold
the' l cginnings) from the Manatee: JACKSONVILLE' PI..,., Dec. ft.-We cannot lie from to two thousand l boxes! and unsound condition.

region. The Clyde Line handled also recommend an increase of shipments purchase We have one 51)1(18 car this week to Nov. 27-Oranges, 1.90 to SOc; Tangerines

about 2,500 Ixiles: of cotton and about (050; just! now as we prefer giving the market" a day.; "J. I n. of Arkansas, and he 2.90 to 70c.

bags of wool. a chance to clear oil the surplus now on Mr. Bryan, We sold (Dec) I-I 1,200 boxes: Florida fruit, or-

hand. a wants car'!on three Monday more through on Saturday.a broker in the onges, :3.55 to 1.23>>; Tangerines, 1.20 to

Crop N owe. Of course then' are many growers who which went to Kentucky. 75 cents.
claim must continue shipping to
they ; thefret
Several brokers have mentioned
The oranges are rotting on the trees these we can only recommend( extra ('1ft'in for lots Liverpool, Nov. 25.-Circulars sent by
have orders car:
this season to a great extent. Some trees the selection and packing of their ,; that they the 10th Mr. John Nugent Johnston show sales
bnfore or
he filled
have thrown more than three-fourths of fruit, at the same: time assuring! them of which mu-t be ableto by I L. Connolly & Co. Nov. :22>> : Bright,

all they bore. They did not drop. much our l best efforts! to secure satisfactory: re lth.Ve!) ex|>ect eventually of the to of the 4s 9d) to 10s 3d<<1; russets", 4s Oil to 7n;Jaffas,

until tiit-y l ht egan rll.onillJ'ouM like sults. handle a large part crop f 0 V to f fin 9d. Tripoli orange: 3s, Od) to 68 3d;

to know the cause of this.-Uartow Con- TKLKOUAMS.: State by this'! means.discovered The that orange promiscuous growers -- Malaga( bitter oranges, Seville sized,
rier. finally halt cbtvU 12s to 15s 3d.: Nov. :20.Jaffas .-
1. Cur 71& sold 1.15 to 1.55, averaged consignment often menus total ,
It twenty-five
fully l percent
2s id to 7t.l, \) ; Malaga' Hour or-
of the Indian River orange crop} will be 1.37.: Mandarins and Tangerines 05c and losi. half chests! ls(): ; St. Michael pines
lost as a renilt of the late storm. Not 75e: per half box. Some lines in very l bail The storms which we had a month ago angos 183,1 to :'K

until now has! the full extent of the order Demand is good for sound oranges: are still showing their effects', a* a largepart I per pine,
and lemons. of the fruit which we see is in very
done IKH-II realized. Thorn- :
London, Nov. 24.-)[. Isaacs A Sons
pricked and. bruised fruit that was not at :2.! Car 043; : sold 1.00 to 1.75, averaged )(\tlonlt'r, .some almost: worthl'iM.'t'! Valencia to-day. 420g 11s
1.32.: :! Lemons sold 2.00. Mandarins have IHVU handling, a few very fine. Tanllt'rir1t't4 quote oranges: ,
nufnllin poor
.Jli t observedris profusely.In
> : to 12s ; I large, ills, 1 1214 to 13s. Malaga oranges
1.30: 1.45; nearly all Navels and fruit, for which
Tangerines !' grape
of loss ;
the ,
many ,groves \percentage for 120.( !IN to 10( *; n few very good
much have received as high as! 2.10:!
will l heavier, the larger, and! older decayed.( we
e color and, better quality, from UH to Its
trees holding their fniit better than theyounger 3. Car 2,9S' R\'ragecll.3.J, market dull, jrrnjKi fruit, :2.10! for Navels! 3.00( ) for Tangerines half chects, I 10s to l is. Malaga( lemons,;
weather cold. 1.15: for fancy bright orange
0IU> .-Juno Sun. very half chest 134: to 20s( according to
Jeo. II. Usner of Jacksonville i iq working 4. To-day's sales 75c to 1.05, :averaged t These! prices are fur ahead of the return! 18s
to 27s.
quality mostly!" common;caws,
box of showed moreor market in the Christmas
1.17 sample' from country.
seven omnge )sacking houses' in the ; every any all rl'fot"lntIcmons", ordinary 8s to J2sj;
less rot. orders are now coming from section -
State-at 11'aldoLaccwchec. Plant City, good 20s to 32s. Palermo
sold totlaHOc! to 1.00. Average ,
Itakiiico .
Tarpon Springs, Micanopy, Orange Lake 5. : oJper
somewhat common, 3.ot 3d to 3s
2.00) 2.1K) ) -----
to :
and Tavares. 1-38; Tangerines ; grapefruit )

(ira*er8are devouring acre after' 1.85 to :2.35.! : To-cln "d' receipts' **>ld90e ( Jacksonville Fruit Auction Company'e fx>x. -

of the tomato plants at to 1.70. average) 1.38: : grape fruit 75t'
young Bulletin. Ni:\v YORK December 4.-Oranges,
Winter Haven and Grand Island.Braidcntown .-_ to 2.15; Mandarins 1.10 to 1.80. Not so
Florida bright selected Files 1.50 to 1 75
much decay in this lot. Thos.! H. Towns! says: ;

Then Journal. hundred 6. Car 2,302: ) averaged 2.50 j per box,, The persistence of the damaged 1 fruit i ifil* average lines 1.25 to 1.50; russets 1.00 to
are some one acres
1.7'to 2.21)Innclarins) :
One hecohl not j 1.50: Tangerine ;
kind. wonderful.
fruit sound send more name grower says
.. pknted in tomato** here. Some have a 7. Fniit in, bad order. Car 11,08.1averaged ( ('omp1with the advice,' and( warning of 1 150 to 200. Lemon, 2.50 to 3.00. Grapefruit

bad stand, some nte lium and some verypood. 93): cents very Stencil 4453: very rot the iHillctins if he would, for his fruit i it4I ir barrel l, 3.00 to 4.50; boxe, 2..00()
Lick of make the
moisture to
!' 2.50.)( Cakes crate, 3.00 to 4 00.
ten. Car 12,114:? averaged 1.14; about OC j()I .rotten even on the trees. Ninety iK'r to |pier
pceds germinate in the though we I
ral1 ? barrel O.CO to 7.00.
boxes both cars unsold. cent. of the fruit reaching us is in bad Egg plant, ;ir String
think it much better to the seeds i
plant beans fancy 3.00 to 1.00 fair to good
8. Sold cur to-day average 1.55;; "
than to set out the plant We are not. one ]
fair color and with decay. One hazards! little in saying that a box 1.50 to 2.50.
mire, but feel} pretty well satipfied that, fruit only



r .
t I
NEW YOMK, Nov. 20; Sgotiel & Dayt near as saleable here as the Florida or- > ;conduct and carry on a general merchandise

sold 2,300 l*>xea oranges -' i& to 75c; boxes anJ:..., the boxes not so large, and the [ business may be"' properly and to connected do all such with acts its and gcnu..t thing bu.as i- ,

grape fruit, 2.15 to 1.00); l Ixcs lemon-", fruit not being near so sweit or juicy at I;! ue*s, incluaiug the purcha ol the plant, fixture
2.2'J' to 2.10; lwlMmxt-8 Tangerine, l.&.> this time, yet they are held at I 1.73a box I| and good will of any person or person, firm or

to 80e; half l oxex MamlariiiM 1)5) to 3":>c., there. As we can get the more desirable liner firms, 01 engaged business.In any of the above mentioned

Dec. 1-2,4 boxes j orange{ !*' 1.1H to We. Florida product delivered here at this

boxes mU' IA. 1.85 to 1.20: ); Inixtw i'nspu 1>>> I price>> the projects for a trade with St. Section I. The capital ARTICLE stock III.of this corporation

fruit 2.15 to 1.15; half boxi Tangerines Louts operators{ are somewhat remote. shall be Twenty-five Thousand ($25.000)) dollais,
1.45 to K&c; luilf-boxot Mandarins, UJ tot !Had 1 the Los Angeles J people>> knocked oil divided into Twenty-five bundled ((2500)) shares,
Z) cent the dollar and called it 7oc a box f o b, of the par value of Ten (Jio)) d Bars each
Section a. All stock shall be paid for in (full incash
I the chance would .IK better for placing when issued; and all stock issued shall ben

PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 1-Oraiiia*trictly homeof th.ir fruit here. Under the circumstances on-a: *t>ei sable.

fancy, dt -iNh1.e tHEOf, 1.75 to 2.00; ru. ,otK, it i in a waste of time and effort ARTICLE IV.

1 10 to I. \J. The alK)ve prhtw I in for fruit !I to try to sell their orange; herewith Section i. This corporation shall continue for a
such fearful odds them. term of fifty years from the commencement of
reAKonably sound some arriving in
: very its corporate existence
bad condition ...ellilllllower. Mandarin, *, 1*. M. KU LY. ARTICLE V. S Shortest. Quickest

choice:: to fancy, double boxer 2.00 to -e- ---- Section i The business of this corporation

;3.00( ); Mandarin* and Sf\t llUa",choice to A Prosperous Community.Mr. shall be managed and conducted bv a President.''

fane* double i boxes 75c to 1.0: ; (;nape, O. M. Crosby writes in the a Treasurer Board of and three such Directors subordinate a Secretary officers and and

fruit fancy bright, 42 to 02; t" *'. !box Most AttractiveROUTE
i per Florida Agriculturist concerning Avon agents as may from time to tune be provided for.section .
2.00 to 2.50; grape fruit, choice briglittt I i I 2. The Directors shall be chosen annu
and rus-eta, small niz*. 1.00 to 1,50. ; Park: "We have made 316 sales the ally by the st ckholders at the annual meeting of

lemon-, fancy bright 2.50 to 3 00, eggplants past year; twenty-one new home- stockholders fixed by the tube By-laws held at The a election time and Directors place/ to be

.per bbl. as to quality, 7.00 to seeker houses have gone up the past shall be by ballot each stockholder to be entitled

10.00; string IHJSUIS, choice young} per j sawmill is to as many'otes as he owns shares of stock.
summer, our running day The BETWEENFlorida -
President and Treasurer h.ill be
box 2 OJ to 2 tilt fair to loud l.ftO C) secretary
cucumbers -
; ;
and elected annually by the Hoard of Director at
I night to supply orders for a
working rw,1.00! to :!.OO; to- I many meeting of the Hoard to be held at a time and Points and the North.
Inatet?, if choice (showing:: color), per more houses now building. Fully one pl.lce! to be fixed by the Hy-laws.
Section Until the officer elected at the first TilE
hundred homeseekers J.
carrier 2.00 to 2.50. new have al.
election of officers shall be qualified the bu"iuea
HEDFIBLD & SON. ready arrived this fall, none have of this corporation shall be conducted by a Board
-- of Directors consisting of Albert \V Webber Florida Central andPeninsular
November 27. Auction none away. Twenty-one more are on Joseph k. hewell and Hutton K Harr. and by
Philadelphia -
:' the way, all of whom have purchased Albert W. Webber as President and Burton K
Company| i Hold 1.400 boxes Florida onuipt Barrsas Secretary and Treasurer Ali soon as
for account of Florida. Fruit Ex- ten-acre tracts here and are all here practicable after the completion of the corporations

changv and other t'X Ss. Hrixham 1Hc) to trom Meriden Conn. About sixty existence the Hoard! of Director ato\renamed
shall elect and appoint such subordinateofficers
1 55: ; fruit started I and in httd condition. homeseekers are now sheltered in this and agent as may bo provided for in the VIA

November :2H-2.10J bozos! Florida.. oran- hotel the is By laws to serve until their successors a.e appointed >>-
yet season hardly opened."A bAKE CITY MHCDN
and elected by the officers chosen at the
pvs tot S". Hrixham and Ocean S. S. (;k>., ,
in first election.
!80c to 1 75; tangerine. OOc to 1.15$: ; man company Chicago wires me

darins. title to 1.00; grape| fruit. 1.20: to that a new motor railroad will be built ARTICLE VI AND IlbINTI1'0
Section This shall at time
i. no
1.50. N'ovemlwr, 2U-(KM) IKJXCH Florida. I south from Haines City to this point subject: itself to an indebledne or liability exceeding ,

orange at 1.00 to 1.25: ; tangerines, 'JOc in95c. I by February, motors having been purchased Twenty-five Thousand ($15,000))dollars.' -
The names aud residences' of the .subscribers
Abu at Thirtieth and Market
that were in operation at the of these articles are Albert \%'. Webber. Burton Nashville St. Louis and ChicagoWith
( ) hoxiH Florida ,
Streets l.OlK : orange at .
World's K Darn and Joseph k Sewell. all ol Jacksonville -
1.00 to 1.70. mohtly 1.40; grape fruit 1.40 Fair, and that the State rights Fla. but one chan t* of sleepers, connects
to 1.50; tangerine 1.15) to 1.ao.;{< ot Florida have been secured for this The foregoing Articles: of Incorporation are alMi at Atlanta for XK\V VOIIK and KANSASCITV.
adopted and signed this aist day ot November.A The Florida Central and Peninsular
I Ik>toti, November 28, I II! I Harris & Co. German invention, that will make D 1893 in the citv of Jacksonville, Florida. has nearly TIM miles I of track running throughthe

wild 1 Floitda: orange* at 75c to 1.75; grace| railroads possible through the State In names witness whereof, we hereunto subscribeour Tttlmrrn llnjmn,

fniit 1.00() to 1.20: ); t ngerine at 75c to where they would never otherwise ALBERT W WEJJI'ER' ."Uf'k !-'arutfn / oral 7>" fry StfUon,
1.37A; inamlariiiH at :87Jc to 100. J K. SKWELL ,',.,,"It tmt titnurhrrrif Lnnil',
BURTON" K. IJAklUt flrt"/, Itanium it ml I'lufttjijtlf Cmintryt
PttHbunr, November :30, .1. II. Seward pay."Over six hundred acres have been 1t. 0 I'ilLlr$. Attorney. "'' Hl,h & eo mild for account Florida Fruit Kx-I 11.1111.,. ."''"1''''' .--/ rl,iftn,lThr
chango and othern 2l:! ..r\J IMIXI-S orange:. *, planted here by these homeseekers 1)thrr ,.".,. 't..r.rll.

fruit Taiijrerine and .Mandarin and fully one half million growing tlrmt Hunting Co.tnfrd/. ,
,grain ; : >*
INCUBATORS&BROODERS I(rtir lint Htf \"lr"f |'h/iiiftlrniunl( .
Oninjres 9;)i' to :2.! :0, ,grape| fruit at 1.05 to pineapples, attest how adapted is this ; Brooder*only IS. B..*t and cheapest for Han the test land for tillage greatest variety -
:2J0|(): Tangerines and :Mandarins! at 70c to soil and climate to their growth. And m rftUinachlck.it 40 dr.t premium t 8.UUJ of soils in the State, and above all
3 ;0 box per ; urallill"riat Runs over the Central) Rldgoland
here are hundreds of acres in Cardln
0.S. Box ton 0.
240: & to 2 444)1'; 1 car lenumn 2.JO:; to ::1 ',$). young, SINGER Where It is High and Healthy.

Montreal November 27, Fruit AuctionComjwny thrifty orange, lemon, pomelo and I'roniwroud town!! till its nmto and It offers
Niagara grapes. GREEN ACADEMY 'ho be't! freight facilities for any )produce to
Hold+ +1 ono oar Florida oranges, I BOWLING rho Northern markets. end for the popular

brtglit. < v at 1.25 to 287|, mostly from -- -e-- H.wltB. tireM. V..--Op o.Bert.7th: Thorough mar-
187J to 275 ; ru M't* 200.:! Of this sale Geo. Close' is setting out 500,000 gcl'nm.nt.careful trttnlnir,an iaall...l health. record "MY FLORIDA HOME."
fri dom from h&iloff,students nnlformlr&
the Chicago Produce Trade Reporter} cabbage plants in Marion county. arwK oe.aful.ate r.t e tftl.|Tit. .1.1,...John lUrt I.A.t..r V., with its spirited words and beautiful music

Rays: Of UK toted mini l>er, of box**, ((12: descriptive of an actual Florida Home, and
which is irotten In elegant I'tylctx ,
up mires{
soil below 1.50, 1.12: : at 1.50){) to :2 0), 107) 1.oKitA Fruit--- --and- -Variable-- -- Grower--- *, d.- Nerve Blood of full cl/.t-d Ix'wt, mll'llo'I"'r' | contalnlnK also

at 2 00 to 2.50, and 40 at :250; to 2.S.:t you want (o know about Itoctun't. reliable ,a picture of a home in Florida and a hunting
Three boxe of ni oets! bnmglit :2.00! ( ) I per: dealrr Sc d 10 <'rum in *tit nips or .tlv I carefully prepared ll..t. Address FLOKIIIA IN- Tonic Builder stamps, to pay exitensoof distribution.))
box About ax' low HA! Chicago\ but then l"ulUIATION:0.: .. 12 school St Huston Send also for tho list map. of Florida' (sent
it isn't fashionable to CUM Montreal and free) and note tho towns on its route.
it is to go for Chicttgo.Ilaltunore A.O ) ) >NKI.IG:' PA..
FLORIDA HOMESEEKER7.at Jacksonville, Fla.
Nov. :2!).-Uix'i1kin -

sold bright, 1.00 to 1.00; rusKetf! 1.20:" to The Florida Central &
1,.,;JQ; tangerine*, 2.1)0.Chicago ) J'ubti"h..t Avon Park, the model colony of
South Florida,;oul> Socrrtts! a year
: J>t'C. -Orange*i supply o. M. CFOSBV, Peninsular R. R. Co.
large, demand tame. Choice bright, tf 'uhH..ht, i fitnd tor .
-- deacrtpuvpattlpLlrL
ITUitto :2..KK.) 1.75 to 1.00; choice bright*., Offers to ShippersThe
NO'fICI hereby tfven that the un l"t01'J' per !tux, 1..M to 1.75; choice bright) the a(,t Inlay of December. 1895"' appl\ e
g. riiws,1'oOes! to loaf box, i per box: 1.50 the The ftdtiiwinir unde'siicnrd Charter hrrrbv: associate themselves :AOr.l MEDICINE CO., HKTWEEN: :

to 1 75.Cii together and become a tHHlvcorp< rate under and rr box. Schenectady, N.Y FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN
cinnati Dec. virtue uf the lnw, of he of U for 2.30..
4.-Orangw' the supPly by state Florida ando and Brockvllle. Ont
) wont tatter ample and there in a fair adopt the following Articles of IncorporationARTICLE
demand for Florida I. With Improved Ventilated" Cars, this company
top qtutlttief, prime STRAWBERRIES is h iK-tter equipped than ever ever to
to choice Mdl at 1.75 to ;:!.OO( and green be Section"The mange i. The fl name rower of*' this Union.corporation" shall handle the O rnnue and Vejretablo Cropland(>>

range$ down to Wk jn-r box. Section a. The general office and principal 1 The harsh FHUITEI fire Season' insure close eonnecttons and I 'prompt' desj atch
i>t. IxMiiDec.. 4.Orally, Florida inlarui1 place of busine+ of thl corjwration\ shall be in ", a I+rfect bloomer earl to all Eastern and Western Markets.

supply. light demand and i4o\v Nile. officrnnd the city of IaconviHf.bu..hlC", Flonila. but such brunch 'cry firm, thrifty )'Ieldsltuxe croft or goat suet Through cars to destination with-
ptacof For I'oun.llot. from first h nds mkaranged U he Dirtclors may from time miy o time ddermint' I
{ 1.40. t.H. 1.75 per !b x. 'ur t-tt-\t.tt.d. upon. tripper known. For plants addrer% Perishable freight followed by who and

and rejmdked{ we quote Florida bright,*, ARTICLE it. E. T. KOLLISTEE, St. Ltili, I* ihlppers advld time 1Nts lnir various Juno-
200 to 2J5; jioUlen rti.ets. 1 75 to 2.15:) Section I. The general nature of the bu.iue*'' don lnlnts, and arrival at destination.
; ---
-- -- -
., tobe iran"acte'1 by this corporation hall tea All claims for overcharges and los* prompt-
Mexican\ + **. :2.75 per box. Tangeriiuh irenrml ine-c- tile and manufactuting buinr. ly udjiisttil. ;

fair dellutttd. "t:4: to =3 :50 j..,r IM X. MHJi & CO. your
.. in the uciion. u1e and di!' ition of
nns'-Sell at 2.50 to :lon I per IMX. (f r J t'frmtFluri.ta fruit and vegetable pro, product* The corporation po F. C. & P. R. R.

in light oiler inn: and fair shall }'ravep)wry to buy. market an<1 tof'lt. and t< t' THOMASVILUE' CA. For Information call on or address the undersigned
demand 2.54/ ) to 2! 75 box a. A guide to success-
at : per on urders receive and *-H on commi ion. vegetableand FREE :
Quotation fnmi theoranifet{,'rove( aiulpackers orange and other fruit. t<> manufacture for sale :' .i-: -:- t culture at ful the commercial South of fruit C. l:. TA VWHC.) Trar. A'Rt. oealalla.
orange" and other fruit* and vegetable into pears: i1'. II. TUCK Kit.: Gen. A'jcX
Orlando Fla.
ot Los Asm tots" CM!., during .1-. plums.pe.icht: : ,Wholesale
wines and other product to manu '
preserve O. M. HOU)KNtTrav. A '
;;-:-- and gt. Ixt'Sbqnr. FJa
the [uiKt few thtys show oratues are held facture. bnv and' srtl frrtiliier And the various -' retail nurseries! headQuarters W. It FUI.LKH.Trav. A',,'t. Tampa Fla.
out there at 1.75 to 2.50 fob.i The materinU used in the packing ...ndhipt.lnK of no substitutions for trres. No agents. Or 1'ENNINOTON,
veeaab e" and fruit: to build and operate pack. hence none Jacksonville F/ft/
Klvemde & edUiig,, for i iu& auce: < are not lag beUi6, mill and canning establishment; to cheaper. Send for free cataky! W. II. PIEASANTBaenentl Freight Ait.80S .




A CINCINNATI MIRACLE.. fancy anything you pay If about my case i ian is 1 r, ___ ____... ltttrsr !,' -ry.1r ,s> .s aovv..r, _- !I FLORIDA'S advantages KMate Journal for small. Arcadia.investments Fla.,

advertisement, but they want any I |i.oo per year: sample, with state map 10 cents4.2312rfi
corroboration, I let them address me at _

the Y. :M. C. A. building, and I will >> 1ONS-nought..old: and exchanged
cheerfully answer all inquiries if stamps what you wauL Stamp) for reply

BEING CONGRATULATED. are enciot'ed". LLOYD.GRANT Lady Lake. Fla 7-235Z1
ANIMAL MKAL makes hens lav., Write to K
Pink Pills, while advertised} and !' Ormoud. Fla.. for information.
Case of HeInz CompletelyCured
A 111-riimr.knlile handled by the drug trade as a proprietary
of 1.u..I"I.ra.l Nearly Personal. FOR CUTAWAY HARROW prices, address K.
Three ,....rur KuflVrlug and article, are not considered a patent Hubbard. Federal Point,Fla.,State Alcut.Ioni' .
medicine in the sense that name imJU) ( .
lltnlnrnt i'hyNlcian.. Huil lierUred -
For many years previous to their general -
Their lest Kn'nrU SALK or exchange: one four-yesr-oId bulk
manufacture they were used as a pre lethe gentleman who told a fellowpassengeron FOR ,
llaffl Ml.XeuRpapor Durham half jersey; a"d one bull call,
< the train that he should fence hi*, whole
scription. At nr t their great: restorative half Jersey from a four-gallon cow. CIIAI. W,
farm with The fast could
f Ju..t a* son a* he
( men as a rule place little l powers were not fully recognized and afford it" will communicate with the underfigued CAMPBELL SR., Ocala, Mat ion Co.: 9jjiotCHHt.L

crtsU'ttce in (patent medicine stories!I and they were chiefly prescribed' for impure at once he will hear Komelhing greatly -- -
POND NTRSKRY.-Satsuma Orange
to his advantage. If jounced fence panic.
f>ol success in such cases, and the old trifoltata Mocks ; wilt bear in one or two
ig not to l he wondered at when it in taken fact that (then wan nothing in the formula PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO., Adrian, )'ur*. JAS. 1Vel.AIL.*. Lake City Florida.

into consideration how often they are that could do any harm, even if they ---- -. -- 0-2 ,6CIIOICH_

called upon by unscrupulous I nons to did not do any good, led to their bl'lngt..it..l. Mich.Acme Hotel FLORIDA SKKD RVK.-Our own
where the .skill of the ; hence we can guarantee seed as
in cases physician
and fetorkt of remarkable -
fabricate publish !* genuine Florida Kye. We will handle no other
and the j)o\vcr of medicine had European Plixn. seed rye sample rent on application Supply
and print a of '
cures perhaps( i picture entirely failed. Their power of restoration Ao. Ill, 1/. U the mythical l man or woman Mipjused tohave Krined to l order on the marvelous mure, f> 50 pr bu hel. la.h with order. Ad-
with finely furnished apartments die** F.XCKL&IOR hKbO FAKM, Keuka Florida.
cured.! That all medicine advertiK'inents They proved to be a never-failing specificfor
>een with clean, nice beds, GOc to $1 Shl-lf____________ -
such diseases locomotor ataxia
are not mere "fake," and as per day each ]>en-on. Hood dining room OKANGK f.ROWKRS : 1 11m agent 'for the
partial parul\-ill| ,St. Vitus'dance, sciatica, : Sixer n ado! and a Fertilizer
block with moderate
that all men are not etipnallyyprejudiccyi : same price'
neuralgia: rheumatism, nervous headache CIIAiVlCK.FOR Distributor that will pay for abel in one season' ,
It L. l Write for price, etc. C. A. BOONS, Orlando, HaS
is proven by afctory publishedin the after effect of La Grip? palpitation
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the Cincinnati Times-Star of a well- of the h'tut.I.\lo and sallow complexions raUIT: T1.i E S. ---- - -- ---

known man whom!! life wan' ) and! alt diseases, of the blood FOR SALK for m htlmeor tiade,orange groves,
and timber lands l{. RUMLBY Keuka
such as scrofula chronic erysilelas: tote.Tltc..y ,
saved by rofldini; an advertisement! : | SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write Fla. a.ii-ifet
remarkable and inter.,rting JB the story are also a sjMrific for troubles -
for and
that it in here reproduced iu published I peculiar) to females, such as suppressions) Catalogue price list. LOUISIANA GRAS--p( < platytau1tt' (
irregularities, and all forms( of weakness. JENNINGS' NURSERY CO., pennanant pahture grass'for Florida.
in the Times-Start! : 1'h..llu..III.. OH. Cutting at $1.25 a barrel, f. o. b. W.II. POWERS, ,
Mr. Charles B. Noble, the well-known They\ health the blood and restore the -- -- -- Lawtey. Fla. 6-24-lot

litterateur, who bus lieen Milfc'ring fornearly glow" of to )pale and sallow cheeks.In Belleview Soft PhosphateBest ---- -, .-

with case of men they. effect a radical cure THH LAKI-LAND NURSKRIF.S! : Citrus
) three years paraly-k!l, wa" in all cases arising from mental fertilizer oversold in Florida for Tree, on tour or grapefiuu root*. A com-
upon the t-trvct to-day, cheerful and<<1 ;: worry pl.t suck of' all standard varieties of Orange
active and the recipient' of controlilla overwork or excesses of whatever fruit trees and vegetable and Lemon Tree, making a specialty of the

tion fnnn his many friends.' Then i is aIxnid nature. MKULB Pomelo, and the &ertUe Tahiti Lime,
Pink Pills are sold in boxes ((never in wuh 75.100 Grape Fruit Seetlliiigs fur grove setting
I of unity between" all ncw>pipor; Price reduced this season to five also Japan Chestnut JapHn Persimmons,
men HO that Mr. Nohle'H ca>e appeals: to loose form, by the dozen or hundred, and Ltn!uat Plum Kel.ey l'lutnand other dtciduous

every member* of the craft as wt-ll an to the public i is cautioned: against numerous I dollars per ton in Carloads. tree: and plants. C. M. Marsh, Lakeland, folk

everyone atllicted as he was. Mr. Noble I imitations! sold in this shape! ) at f>0 centsa I i-o.-, Florida- .. -- .-11-..In

has spent the la.'-t three years in traveling I IKJX or six lxxes for $:!.t>O. and may I he plIOF.NIX ACRSIRiMS.-Cenoasicily. Villa
had of all druggists or direct by mail DRIED, Lemon and Tardiff Orange, on
from city to city "seeking' Kkilled Rough Lemon Sour or Sweet Stock, straight
physicians, to whom he has apjioulcd in from Williams') Medicine Company, GROUND and lUndftome; to to 15 per cent saved by let InC

vain for( relief. Knowing this, a n'IK| >rtcrl'xlrCKKl'Cl Schenectady' N. Y., or Hrockville, Onto me name price ou your wants. F. N, Horton

surprise at the remarkable The price at which these !pills are sold H'a dentown. Fla. .. -11-61-
S..iCI ED.:
cure, but Mr. Noble, after executing it makes a course of treatment inexpensive FINK SOIL for Fruit, Truck or General Farm-

jig to chow that he was as pound as he as compared with other remedies or -70 acre, high and fertile: cleared 15
cultivated; on public road; J4 to school,
medical treatment.
looked I let the into the of Write for full to
reporter secret particulars poMofficr and steamer dock; on tidewater river,
his cure. -- afe mile to F. N. R R.; neighbors right and left.

"It was a hard time I had of it," said Hints and Helps. C. B. SITS Kxcepiiuiially healthy. Have another farm near
and will ell the above on easy bents, at a nom
he "but the laM medicine take i is always :Mortar and be removed
: we paint may inal price, to one or more desirable settlers.

the one that cures,and I have: taken from glass with hot, sharp vinegar.Peel General "'linage.Jacksonville, Flo. Shipping facilities, rail or water. Address Investigate .
care F ft. F. O. IIf4tFRUIT
the last. I was pm al'zl'cl on March 0,

Isle\ while in the employ of the David and slice six bananas, sprinklewith C/; "'7'-4J- ll'Oni COL UMX. and I'LOWHKb for the e+unny South.

Williams Publishing Company of New sugar, with a little orange juice ----,-.---------- _- ------,- J'ears. Peaches. J.lunaJ(0t'C'1., Camellia, etc
York their the To insure insertion, in this column advertise-: None bitter none c ha per. U. Piersou, Mon-
city, as traveling} representative between layers, using one large or menu must be accompanied by the money. t eel lo, t-Ia 1I..st
from Cincinnati.' I found the traveling two small oranges for six bananas. Advertisement must not exceed fifty words. -- -

a great help to me, both in a financial Postage Stamps received in payment. SA\'H )fONHY and get thebest Pears Peaches,
and a litciary way, but suddenly' Put them on the ice until thoroughlycold Count every word including name and aHHU.O. Plums, Fi e", Grapes, etc.., from Arcadia
Nurseries. Monticello. Fla.
htrickcndoun as I was at Somerset, 0., then serve with whipped cream. ; DR. Ct.ARKWil1iam! n. Schrader, --- --- -- ---- --- --

ISO miles from Cincinnati, I was incapacitated be for week ly Jersey Mock Farm, nrar Tallahas WANTKD-Loquat Trees (sometime railed
Celery can a or
for both and see desires postoflice address of II. L. Clark or Japan > in large quantities.
writing money longer by first rolling it up in brown M D. it State age size and lowest price. box 1394,
making. Luckily my literary productions
hud been remunerative and I had paper. Then pin it in a towel and DO YOU WANT A COW?-I still have a few ;New Orleans, .\A. Itl84tWANT1JI .
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fine grade Heifer, and Milch Co-s due tv
a snug bank account laid up. but these keep it in a dark, cool place. Before calve in December and January for ale. Gentle >-A purchaser far 2soo Thrift, "ur-

three years, have made a drain on it. preparing it for the table place it in a and tasv to milk. WM. D. SCHKADER. Waverly Cou&e Pear Tree. jU to 8 feet atf3S.oo
Farm near Tallahame. Florida. it per t.ooo. D. W. Partridge Meuticello, Pia.
"I bought a score of physicians, goingto .
of cold water and let it remainfor ? 1s-tf
the hct ejHKMalists} in Cincinnati, pan C TRIPOLI ATA for Hedge. Seedlings la to
Chattanooga and I'ittglmrg. Twelve an hour. This will make it crisp 14 inches t. o, b.. packed to carry loug dis- 9ft finn Strong Stocky Cabbage Plants
and cool. tance. |2ooo per thousand. L. R. KKRVAN. (Flat Dutch) by express to any
Cincinnati doctors 1
pronounced case Norwalk. Fla.
my x129ytUANTIU.An am'nt. Arcadia Nurseries Monticello, FIa.II-I&-4
incurable, but I would not give up, and To keep tins in a state of dazzling Orange Grove Address, 27 -- -- --_._-- _

after seeking in vain for relit-f in Pit* brilliancy wash them inside and out y St., Box U, LowtlltUI.: BUST DtRGAINS in Florida! Pine -told

burg and Chattanooga, eon,.ultcd thoLt..t U 9-at_ __ rove; firstca! Vegetable
medical talent in Chicago. Up to with hot water and soda. Dry them WANTKD. Kumquat tree : a half and Phophate tend for descriptive Circular
J. L. Derieux, Lakeland Fla. utS4t.If .
January 17ISttt,1\ I had spent 2ouu) for and rub the outside with a paste madeof *, fruited. Address, T. R. -
Towt'(s. Jacksonville. U"9"4t
doctors anti medicine, ana was about togive whitening and water. When this nnniRyal Dwarf Banana tuckers for
in despair. when I hold of your order for $e.l Pi ease and RubberStamp 1UUUU Rale. $40 per I.ooo. Address Cha*.
tilt Pink got has dried, rub it off with a soft cloth, to R. K lilftCOK, Jacksonville, Ha. I T._Verbeke, Brandy_ Fla. Is_-is-2t_
Dr. Williams Pills for Palo People, and with leather and Seal. |i uo and upwards._it
through' reading, the advertisements. polish dry HltA VV CANK )MILL r5-inch, 3 rollers: geared
PURR Leghorn Hggs. Cheaper than steam Could horse
whitening. power u e power.
"From the first week of using the ; the very best, ft.coforij, k.PtTDDY Crushes extra dry and fast. Also Cook hvnpo-: -

remedy, I made a steady improvement To cure white canker sores in the Lawtt')', Fla. _Il-as>i6tHfi rator and iron furnace. Also, first-las 26-inch

and on 12,1 put up my cane after mouth get a druggist's five cents c RKWARD.-I will pay this sum for Low tire .ich Bur for r Stone, corn W. C.or graham flour mill
thirty\ $ UU price cash LADD, Lawtey, FU.
using it months. I certainly believe the best Recipe for manufacturing ia-a-at
worth of gold thread, and steep in. into merchantable __
this medicine is all the 'proprietors, oranges a practical product.BCRTO ----

claim for it, and that it will uo all they warm water and sweeten with honeyor : !*' K. HARKS. Jacksonville, Ha.. ia-a4t_ ILL ACARTNHY' for sale.Hedge)1,Rose O'N.tLL Plants Fairbanks and Cuttings .
MY it will. I take )pleasure in recommending loaf sugar; wet the canker spots FOR Cotton Tobacco Seed Hull Stems Ashes A Blood ricultural and Done.halt' Fla. ii-as-ijt

it to all similarly amictt Like with a swab dipped in the tea every Sulphur and all fertilizer material write WILSON ORANGK Growers' Cypress Ladler ; any

many who have: tried medicine in vain, half hour and take a little of the tea. &! TOOUER. Jack!ODTille. Flit. 12.2-3t from 15 to A feet ; also Tap Root
""'- Chf srl* T S. Gm-.GG, Cltra. Fla. -,
I was doubtful of its value at first, and 11 ,-.
The faint and elusive mark of FOK 8ALK-On 'he the tree, about 800 boxes>>
only used it when I grew do"pt-ratc.!) a well colored bright Orange K 0.WOODBCk FOR t'AI.I1.-A few bushes of Sweet Potatoes,
Now I cannot praise it too highly; It lead pencil can be preserved by hold Y. Duke, Florida.__ ta-a-rt sting size. A new and most excellent
has restored to health and .strength --- -- --- kind. One dollar per bu hei. A. J. As.Da/tat/ .
me ing the written page over the spout ofa LARCH two years old Orange and Lemon Duds Orlando, Fte. ii-a5-4t
and I feel grateful accordingly.I Dr. last-boiling tea kettle. When it has! 25 each. Thr<<- year buds 30 cents. -
Whittaker pronounced it a hopeless| case Grape fruit and Tangerine buds 25 cents. Other pURR Blood Poland China Boar seven months
oflucomotor ataxia. been well steamed it is "set," as the trees cheap. Nearly: all ou sweet stock. Write FloiUU grown $1.00. P. c.. care Florida -
for prices. LAKE RKOIO.X NCKAKKT Co., An- Farmer and Fruit Grower, Lawtey, PIa..
"Yt I know there are many who will washerwoman says. burndale. Polk county, Fla. it-a-9t n-aj-tf




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 i
Southern Manufacturers, everything being equal ?
The manufacturers of ATLANTA PLOWS guarantee to )
MAKE everything equal.

SOFT rtc\ EXTRA a i
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BOARDS ','__" "':"' '>-- ::'" ""-:':: ''_-,,"-..' POINTS.

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SAVANNAH LINE.Time Clyde Steamship Co.

53 to SS hours between Savannah New York and Philadelphia and

between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours. NEW YORK, CHIRIaESTDN INN FhCRIDK LINES.

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

to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. }L,

:t IZ1xttw both ways :

Between Jacksonville New York : First-claw, 115.60 ; Intermediate $19.00; Excursion, 10..50; From New York. (STANDARD TIMS.) From Jacksonville,
Steerage, '12.50. (C..iut9.: K. R.) STKAMHR Florid
Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin f 27.00; Intermediate $31.00': Excursion '47.301; Steerage, f 14.23 Monday. Nov 27th at 3 p m."CIIHKOKKW'.Sunday, Dec 3d..tu.30pm
The magnificent Steamships this Company are appointed to Mil a* follows: Wednesday, Nov 29h.at 3 p plu..ALGONQUIN..Tu. Dec 9h. at lyopm:.
Friday Dec tact at 3 pm........ "YHMA SHH".Thursday, Dec ;th, at 4:oo* m.
TO NEW YORK. Monday, Dec 4th. at 3 pm..SH\tINOLH" .... ... DC'Clotha' 3:30: amWednesday
Dec 6th, at 3 pm.... ..... "IROQUOIS" .... ....Tuerdayy, DtC nth, at 7x: o am
[Central or 90 Meridian Tim .J.JKan. ] Friday, Dec f-th.at 3 p m......... "CHHKOKKK" .... ...Thursday. Dec Mth, at lOam,

..$ City...................... ............................ ...............Friday, Dec ist! 12 noon Monday.Wednesday. Dec 11th. at 3 pra .... .. "ALGUNQUIN".Sunday. VeocI7th.atllJOam:
City of ItlrtiilncliMiii ............... ........... ......... ..... .. .......Satu.daf.l 2d<< loop.rnNttworlirt Dec 13th. at 3 p m.'U IA KIi" .. Sunday, Dec 19th at tnopraMonday. :
*.. .......... ........................... ........ .... ...... .....Monday, UeC4th, 3.00 p.m Friday. Dec isth. at 3 "pm.... .... "aR3ll NOI.H" ............Thursday, Dec 2ist, at IJOpm
TnllliM.rf< ................ ........ ... ..... .. .\VC'duC'totlay.lJt'C6th. 4.30pln Dec iSth at 3 p m. "IKOQUO1S" .... Sunday, Dec 34th, at goo: a m
"Ityr Atllt".t. .... .. ............. ................ Friday UC'C8th. 5.318 mtitlioorlir Wednesday, Dec soth. at 3 nt."CiIhKOKHR" .. .. Tuesday! Dec .26th, at 7.ooam
"h.t *. ........u. ........................ ........ ........... Saturday. Drc glh, 6.00 p.m Friday Dec ltd. at 3 pm..ALGUNQUIN..ThurMlay.. .. .. Dec23th.at 900am
.tan.M l'lly.: D c nth. 7 oo p.inIlly MondAy. Dec 25th at 3 pm..Y*MA? SKK'. Sunday, Dec 31.t..t..30: am
: of lUriiilnRliniii.. .................. .. ........ ......... ...Wednesday, Dec i3th. 9.ooa.m'f.rourh. Wednesday Dec Jjth at 3 pm..SHMINULK.. .Tuewiay, Ian 2d, at inopm:
.*r.. .. ... ..................e.................... ......... ..!Jriday.I'C 151*. 1030am Friday, Dec 29th. at 3 pm.. .. ... 'IRUQUOI.Thurdy, Jan th.at Ljoptn
IIIaIIN..rr. ..... ..........................*....w..,.................Sa'urday.Ueoc i6th, II ooa.in -- --
'lly of \UI.tl& .. .................................... ................Monday, Dec ifcth. 1.00 p.nnmttMlioorlirr.
...... ....................................... ........Wednevlay Dec lOth. 3x0 p.in ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
to....... (.Ity. .. .. .. .. .................... ..... .. ........... ... .. .. Friday.. Dec 21, 5.00 amlty
*' of Itlrmlnglinui ......................................... .... ....Saturday. Dec 731.6.00p.m
Nuroori| .. .. .......... ............................................l\londay.l>t>c 2Sth. 7.10a.m For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
rMllMliM. ..rt*.......... .................................. ........... Wednesday. Drc 77th, 9ooa.ra
' "Ity of Augusta ................................................. .. .Friday Dec 2 :'ttalioorlir' ..... ........................ ...... ............... Saturday>eoc 301 h, IleJOa.m
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Bate Clty.......................... .... .. .. ..... ...... ...Thursday, Dec 7th soopm elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers
11t"or l\la"o..u........... ...... .... ... .. ... ..... ....... Thursday, Dec 14th, 9 oo a.m I City of JuoJcsonV"'ille "
late C.t. ,..... .................... ..... .. ........... .... .. ......... Thursday Dec ait. JJoP m ,
tty of 1U."on ............. .................... .... .. ..,......... Thursday, Dec abth 9.30 a.m Capt. W. A. SHAW.
"T recl'1c "
( Ship does NOT Carry Pat!engera.) Capt. T. W. LUND. JR.,

....oue. ....... ...... ....... .. ..... ..... ....... .... ...Sunday Dec 3d 2.00a.m Are appointed t to sail from Jacksonville; daily except Saturday, at j.30 p.m., and from Sanford
/r..auR. ............................ ................ ..... ...... Wednesday Dec I3th 8.3O..nl daily except Suuday at 900 a.m. .
.r'.ioue...................... ...... .... .. .. ......... .... ...... .. .. .....Saturday, JUec 23d, S.3op.m
Leave pin ==.=,: .:...... .... Jack.onvMe... ... ............ Arrive 1I.Spm
onnrcting with the sarannah. Florida and Western Railway (WaycroM Short Une), offer to the .. 8JOpoi .................. .......... ....ralatka.... .......... .. .......... Leave 7.oopm
Traveling Public and Shipper advantage* equalled by no other line. .... I.JOa nl .................. .............. .. ...... .............. .1 :loopm
hrough Ticket and Hills of Lading Ufturd to principal points North, Hast and Northwest viSavannah. .. 2.4S am...... ........................ St. Jlrand.................... ...... 1"45 P m
For information and room apply to s0o a nl............. .............. .... lIt'rclfont....... .......... .......... 11.4' a III
J. P. DKCKWITII. Sol Agent W. II. LUCAS Fla. Pa *. Agent .. 6.00 a 111. ............ .......... ..,. .... 1lJu spring..... .................. .. 1100. m
71 West Kay Street. Jacksonville. 71 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Arrive 8.(<0 a In .... .... ...... ...... ........ ....Sa n ford...... ...... ................ 9.00 a m
L. WALKHK. Agent C. G. ANDERSON Agent ___ 9 i5 R .rn. _::'.":''':' .:_._..:: :.:::. :.Hnt.rprl e ...... .... .... .......... 9.'0 a m
New Pier No. 1S. North River, New York. City Kichange Building SAvannah. Ga.
RICHARDSON l&' BARNARD. Agents, L wi.' Wharf. Boston. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville
'. L. ]AMRS. S. Third Street Philadelphia.
Agent it
k Western 31. II. CI.YDi::, Assistant Traffic Manager Bowling Green New York.
1. D. HAsllAGKN astern Agent ;av.. Fla. Ry. Co. 261 Broadway. N. Y.
Til KO.: T. K:<1 : Traffic Bowling New York.
t.U. Green.
D Gen
'. DeW. 8AM1-SON. General Agent W. E. ARNOI TraPua. Agt., Jackaonville. Fla
Washington fct.. Ikwton. W. II RIIKTT. General Agent, .\. J. COI-i: ra''*enger Agent 5 bowling Green, New York.F. .
306 ". IIIONMONJ.KH.: .| Florida 88 West St., PU.
office. r. FaKftenger Agent Bay Jackaonrillc.
For Tickets apply to S. F & W. Railway 317 Broadway. New York.
-- --- ---- JOHN I.. IIOWAHD, Florida Freight Agent foot llogan Street, Jacksonville, FU.
-- J. .\. LKSLIK, Superintendent, foot llogan Street Jacksonville Fla."HTM. .

WILLIAM A.: BOORS & CO. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,
13 Smith U.-I.r.l .Avenue' riill"ilt .
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3rain\, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers PhILADELPhIA and FLORIDA STEAMSllIP CO.

LS ) .l' 13A1' P3'I'.. JACIC MONVI.LLlt. )1'LA. ,

We Handle Only the Best and.Most: Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of THE DIRECT PHILADELPHIA ORANGE ROUTE.

lay, Corn, Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal From S.\II.ISO Jacksonville DAYS -- -

Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark. S.S. South Portland Through rates
leaves Dec. 6, '93 from Florida to
i Trenton Wllke..1 .-
STATE AGENTS FOR pURE GROUND BONE S. S. Brlxham Y .... barre Harrlsburff,
leaves Dec 13/93 .. '", Buffalo Albany I

ygerWUlen Fertilizer Co. J NITRATE SODA S.S. South Portland burg Scranton., Elmira Pittsjsr Byr--
leaves Dec. 16/93 *- -.. acuse Rochester.

star Brand Fertilizers, l f MURIATE OF POTASH, S.leaves S. Brlxham Dec. 21/U3 } -


range Tree and Vegetable p KAINIT Etc.

These FERTILIZER.for FertilUers Catalogue ban free.. "0 superior in the market and atrial wilt convince.Fend 35 cts per Box 70 cts per Barrel.

President. Vice-President. Excellent wharf facilities. Fast time.

Cashier. Assistant Cashier.

CflPITAIi 100000. Quick handling. Delivery in Philadelphiaat

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

Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections ond General 1

Bonking Business.CORRESPONDENCE. the fruit trade.
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INVITED. For other rates and particulars apply to
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ihn L. Marvin, A.DII B. Campbell uc'roi i t Chas. Marvin, W. 50MERVI1M, Or R..B. DIEKMAH

Js. P. Taliaferro, T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald
B. Clarkson, C. B. Resort, W. M. Davidson Florida Ag't, Foot Newnan St, Gen'l MVr, IBS Dock St.Philadelphia.,

t'. H. Robinson. John E. Hartrldge. Jacksonville, Fla. Pa.

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THEIR CltLBDRATHI> Brand oC TRUCK I'ARMltR.C SP8CIA produced the first be5t crop of the year.and the patrons of this brand hu'cbeen very rucce+ruland made large IMHI1S: .f
money out of their crop'the put year. Me.us. G. W bigelow and N.J. Anderson,of Du-hneU. 1:13..alerted their crops of W.trrmelonA into market the:latter par of Mi\Y.
Mr.BIOBLOW Bold two cam In New York through Sgobel& Day for$456.00 first car and$530.00 second car-The highest price ever realized IU New York. I He also sobs one car in BOtton.fir
$500,and other cars at fancy prices. No Brand or Fertilizer has Realized One-Third as Good Results. Write for full information regarding our different brands of Special Mixture
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I IF YOU CAN produce a car load of fino early melons from our Truck Fanners Special and sell at $300 or over per car in New York,
is it not more remunerative! than using slower and cheaper fertilizers? Let us figure: A car of curly melons that cut well will bringin

Now York at.least $300. Deduct $140 (freight, $110; commission, $30;) and you will get $100 net proceeds. But if you use a fortilizor
that is not carefully prepare'1 or adapted to the crop and! soil requirements of the State you get your melons into a Into market and are

fortunate if they bring freight charges. Say, however, two later cars" bring a total of $300, you have double freight, amounting to $220,
and commission $30, leaving, only $50 as your net proceeds.-OBSERVE THE DIFFERENCE!


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


B2T'* Wo give Remunerative Crops. Others furnish Theory. No. 50 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
Our InK-cticide and Fertilizer Lime, prepared from O. S. Uua Lime, is giving splendid results. Write for copies of the opinions of those who have carefully
tested this article.



:Manufactured by the I

L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co., I Morgan Spading Harrow.


No Others Give Equal Results.

O. IJ. WEEKS; State Agent,Jacksonville, 1 Ia.No .
K llontwlck Illock Cor HIT Itay and! Mitln Street
Send for J'ocket1t'mnrR'1Cla: Hook.
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Lorenzo A. Wilson. W. G. Toomer


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state: ...te1'11s..

> H. J. BAKER & BRO.'S Qo FUPPOWS ; Fjo I id jes.

Special Orange Tree Manure. SEND FOR CATALOGUE.

Fruit and Vine Manure, BENJ. N. BRADT, General Agent,

Tomato Manure,
v A A Ammoniated Super-Phosphate, .._--- --

Pure Ground Bone.

Merchants'\ Steamship Co

Also Dealers In \

Blood and Bone, Sulphate of Potash, I! : Sirs.S John [B. Christopher }

and KIIliu; Thomson.
Tobacco Stems Nitrate of Soda Cottonseed I Are appointed to mil from Pier 30,North River every SatimUy& From Jacksonville every Satur
day to uit the tide.
Rate on orange,toe:per box 6oc p In the center of the fruit trade.Rate. .
Ashes and all .from New York to Jacksonville are ao per cent lever than other line. Insurance i.t of
Meal, I per cent.
Fertilizer Materials. General FreiRht Ajent. pJer y.,North RIver N. Y.
J. O.CURISTOPIIKR.Gener bit t si u JEr1.cn rtle }-Ill.
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Correspondence solicited, and prices and circular sent on application.

,A&Cr1t.; 'Vo ntoc1 Irx call Ur1ooouple C4ootlorxM QUEEN SUCKERSNow

ready for delivery.

.. Foot of >Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. Box 449, Orlando, Fla.