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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: July 27, 1895
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
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System ID: UF00055765:00340
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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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AGENTS FLORIDA FRUIT AND VEGETABLE GROWERS' ASSOCIATION.

BATTERSON & GO. RESPONSIBLE RELIABLE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 167 & 169 SCOTT

STREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. SHIP POTATOES, CABBAGE AND WATERMELONS ONLY.



I W. C. WILL. ESTABLISHED 1876. A. F. JONES.

I H STTENTION, TREE PUNTERS !


WILL & JONES
Before buying your Nursery Stock, investigate and know what you ate getting. Know that
you are buying of a Grower and not a second or third hand dealer.

THE POMONA NURSERIESare

58 k 60 WEST MARKET ST. lift tfc 123 MICHIGAN ST.,
the most Extensive in the State and oiler all Home Grown Stock. Peaches. Plums, Pears
BUFFALO, N. Y. Japan Lemons Persimmons on both Grapes, Figs, Mulberries, Apricots,Almonds Satsuma and other Oranges and

ORANGE and TRIFOLIATA STOCKS. '

Over 75 varieties of Roses all field grown and Budded and Grafted. Ornamental Trees, Shrubs etc.
WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
NO BETTER STOCK. NO CHEAPER. NONE SO LARGE.

It will pay those intending to plant Orchards to visit my Nursery and Experimental Grounds.
Write for Catalogue and any infol mation wanted,
Correspondence invited and stencils furnished on application Reliable agents wanted at W. D. GRIFFING, PROP.,
all principal shipping points, Macclcnuy, Via. .:

REFERENCES

First National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla. Bank Commerce, Buffalo, N. Y. Dun's and Brad- ORANGE GROWERS. CALlF.ORNIAUUDS
street's Agencies. : .
ATTENTION !

PLANTS FOR SUMM'ERPLANTING.-: POSTPAID., I
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t An exceedingly large Stock of Desirable Plants, mostly pot-grown, are Safe Arrival and Satisfaction Guaranteed.V .
R best set during Summer. We have everything of value you may need I am able to supply you with Orange and Lemon
J o bud wood of standard varieties, such asIIAUT'S A R I ETI ES : iromosassa,Jaffa, Dancy
x O 0 0 0 A..J:' L.ow JRIC S. 0 O O 0 TA I111)11"1', Tangerine Hart's TardilT, (or Valencia Late);St.
MA.OIIC A, Michael, Ruby, and Malta Bloods W. Navel,
Special attention called to Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruits, Camphor, ItUHY.JAVFA.. Med. Sweet. SATSUMA, Mandarin, Magnum
a"'A Cinnamon,Sisal Hemp, Palms, Surinam Cherry, Grevillas, Ornamental Bonum and Malta Oval Oranges.
e W1' Trees, Shrubs, Vines, Aquatics,etc., ete. Everything for Florida.
Special low rates for quantities. Catalogue free.REASONER. SoLINPOIU'S MK D1TK11 II A NKMALTA. "'IN, Orders Must be for 500 or More Each of '

KROS., Oiicco, Fla. i JlKOOl. Last Two Varieties.Tne .
MEl S II'JIEZST.
..MJClfAKL true Lisbon Lemon, Villa Franca, Itt$
300 ACRES IN NURSERY. 0 ONE ACRE UNDER GLASS. 0 38TH YEAR. :nA NO l' TAXaUCHINA + reka, Royal Messina,Belair Premium, Overbearing
MAN It Alt IN, 7-/r.; and Imported Sicily I.emons.

FRUIT TREES Specially Adapted to Florida.Oriental At the following prices; A few Pomelo Buds, #1 per 100, $.1.5O
1000, $5.00; 3000 $12.00; 6000 $20.00. per 1,000, $10 per 3,000, $20 per
7000. CASH AV1TII OlMHIIl.:
Pears, Japan Plums on Marianna Stocks Japan Persimmons, Giant Loquat, Strawberry CASH WITH ORDER.
Plants. Grape Vines, etc. Rare Coniferae, Broad Leaved Evergreens Camelias, 50,000 Palms, of
10,000 Camphor and Cinnamon trees,Roses. The Greenhouse! Department is the largest and In Lemons. Lisbon, Villa Franca, Eureka, at Can Give Best Reference Both in
most complete in the Southern States. We grow everything in trees and plants suited to Southern same prices. California and Florida.
horticulture. Catalogue free. Address P. J. BERCKMANS, Augusta, Ga. No Agents. Buds delivered without further cost to you and
guaranteed to arrivo in fine order. Orders
CITRUS TRIms, OLIVES, PALMS AND
booked now for June delivery. Address,
DECIDUOUS TRE11S, FOR SAT,!?.
MAKE HAY AND FORAGE.TEOSINTE. C. S. BURGESS,
Riverside Nurseries, Address:
Riverside, Cal. I. H. CAMMACK,
Packet 10 cents; ounce 15 cents;pound $1.50,postpaid. Reference.-Orange Growers' Bank, Riverside, Whittier, California.
PEARL MILLET. Pound 35 cents;4 pounds $1.25 post paid. 10 pound lots or above by ex- Cal. Florida reference given if wanted. [Cut this out for Reference.]
press or freight not prepaid, cents per pound.
KAFFIR CORN AND BRANCHING SORGHUM. Pound 30 cents; 4 pounds, $1.00 postpaid;
10 pound lots or above not prepaid, IS cents per pound. '.I:'I-I g
EARLY ORANGE AND EARLY AMBER SORGHUM. Pound 25 cents; 4 pounds 90 cents FraudnuRsFruitWrappers.:
postpaid. 10 pound lots or above not prepaid 12 cents per pound.
SPANISH PEANUTS. Pound, postpaid, 30 cents; peck 75 cents;bushel, $2.50 not prepaid. EMERSON 1/flRIflBLE/

fl' G. IASTINGS & CO., S DSIVt: N. NO MORE CHEATING.

Catalogue free. |nterlaohen, Florida.. Consumers of Fruit Wrappers may FEED WORKSfor

now know that they get an honest roam
of 480 sheets and not 400 or 320 sheets Saw Mills has lately been improved andis
SATS DMA! TRI EDLIATA to ream as some unscrupulous dealers absolutely perfect. Simple, sensitive, dura-
a ble and cheap. Very quick .
(O.L,. alxr: s new L.UUIOJTUO iur lE1I4"95,rtxoimi: ij years experience with the cany,prouuiuvo unit hardy satsuma orange supply.
/and tho vigorous, Citrus trifoliata,which without protection! stands the winters as far north ai Washington,unlnlured.
OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"Printed GIG BACK MOTION.Variable .

BAf1(i .PuMEL05.CTRUS;! FRUITp Wrappers are put up in packagesof to any extent and in a great measure
fu stocks. Over goo varieties. fur 'ion ida and 1000 each, and each Wrapper is varies automatically. The easiest and Fafest of
yr\ne': .aicots olives,mulberries,pom P.Tmlte9lllmonds.: : pecans,Tanan: walnuts fanan chestnuts,kumqtiats,ornaiucntals: all feeds to handle and the easiest of all to apply.

PE A C tln E SI PLUMS PEARS; KAKI numbered 1 to; 1000., in printing No one,can consecutivelyfrom
taS> Can be Put on any Mill in a Few ]Hours.
has
Iestiu I g m orchards and L'rouuds at eonstderablo expense. HONESTLY BEATour
been IL leading fcnturo of the business for thirteen years, has amply repaid the outlay: In the Information aITordc Guided
by results obtained In our own rose gardens!.we have selected and offer as especlnllvwcll adapted to the climate of this region, prices. Send for sampler?and prices We will gladly loan free of charge for thirty
days to all good mill men, or will give six weeksto
BO VARIETIES toTHE the first to apply from each county.

Handsome,co-page,ruff growers annual.and horticultural haiid-book freo, 1 !ull,and correct descriptions\40 accurate, JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO., I'or further particulars apply to the
artistic illustrations i recent results with lending sorts{latest practice andbest methods In culture and management. Send to JERSEY CITY N. J.
O. I,. TABER. Glen St. Marv. Fla. for new edition(enlarged and rewritten throughout)of the Catalogue of u hti FLA. IRON & WOOD WORKS,
N. B.-We do not deal in imprinted
GLEMST.MARY J. W. 1CM1SUSON,
wrappers. Apopka Fla, Manager. .



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482 THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. AUGUST 3,

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INDIAN BRANDS-These fertilizers contain the elements of plant life in their natural state just as

the nice hand of Nature has manufactured them from the plants themselves, not combined artifi-

cially with dangerous acids and alkalies. They produce good immediate results, and at the same time

J; are a source of future available fertility to the soil. They are compounded according to formulas ap-

proved by the experience and observation of twenty years.
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HIGH GRADE
COMPLETE
'- ... ??:; ;:C-!.. Fruit and Vine Fertilizer. ORANGE TREE MANURE. Garden Truck Fertilizer.

i .... .Z Per cent.
;L' Per cent. Per cent
S i -, Ammonia........ ... .................... gto 4 Ammonia........ .... .............. ...... 5 to 6 AmmonIa............. ..... .......4.50 to 5.25
L- -- Avail. Phos. Acid........... ........... 6 to 8 Avail. Phos. Acid..... .... .......'... .. 7 to 9 Available Phosphoric Acid.... .... 8.25 to 9.00
Acid Soluble Phos. Acid...... .......... 2 to 3 Acid Soluble Phos. Acid.... ... ........ 2 to 3 Insoluble Phosphoric Acid......... i.oo to 2.50
Total Phos. Acid.......... .............. 8 to 10 Total Phos. Acid .. ..... ............ 10 to 12 Total Phosphoric Acid............. 9.00 to 11.00
ylil0 .., Actual Potash.... ...... .... ............10 to 12 Actual Potash......................... 3 to 4/ Potashactual) ....... .......... 6.50 to 7.50
F'INE GROUND BONE-
Pure Ammonia...,.. ..... 4 to 5 per ct. I Phosphoric Acid......,.... 20 to 21 per ct. I Equal to Bone Phosphate..,... 44 to 46 per.ct.
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Fertilizers. IMPERIAL PLOWS, HARROWS AND CULTIVATORS. .

Made of the best material by skilled mechanics, according: to the
IMPERIAL I latest approved designs. The most economical, because the strongest
most durable.
Spring) :Tooth Lever Cultivator.and

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This implement is very popular in all fruit-growing districts ; npple, peach, orange groves,
tobacco and corn culture aim for truck farming has no equal. Made with seven or eight spring IMPERIAL PLOWS
teeth. Easily-adjusted for depth with lever from rear. Unloads trash jeadily ; stirs and pulverizes -
the ground thoroughly. Made of steel and malleable iron; finished nicely,and bound to give No. 10. Chilled, weight So lbs........ $o..00 No. 9. Chilled, weight 65 Ibs......... ......$7.00.
satisfaction. wherever,used. Adjusted. .for depth.-"... J .-. ; ,l. .... y ,"- ',* > ... ... 0 .8. u J "t,.. 50lbs..... .... 6..00 I No. 5. 46 Ibs............. 5.oo.
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The teeth 84 inches long and f inch square, are fastened to the cross bars by clamps, and
can be raised or lowered to any degree of cut,or taken out for resharpening. The cross bars are
U" shaped, the lightest and strongest shape known for a harrow bar, and are highly carbonizedto
add stiffness and prevent bending or getting out of shape. A forward movement of the handle
throws the teeth into a horizontal position, allowing the rubbish to escape. Brackets attached to
it each corner turn down when the teeth are out of the ground and make transportation over uu-
t plowed ground easy. Three feet nine inch sections, four bars each.
1 = One section, 24 teeth, y inch cuts 3 feet 9 inches..... ........ ,.......$ 8.00.
Two sections, 48 teeth, fi inch, cuts 7 feet 6 inches,....,.............. 15.00.
.,a These prices include draw bars.

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t t. Hose, Pine Apple, Tomato and Berry Crates, etc.

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IMPERIAL STEEL U" BAR LEVER HARROW. a.oksonv: 11e, E'1a..

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State News.The also received a telegram to send more the spring, still, by reason of the in- English sparrows are becoming
at the same price. Good for Mr. Mc- crease of bearing trees, the shipmentsup quite numerous around Tallahassee,
Quarrie. He also received three tele- to date would indicate a yield of and they are now appearing in a new
Brazilian orange was introducedinto grams from Chicago Friday to ship at 20,000 barrels. So far they have roll of evildoers. Almost any day.
the State by Mr. W. P. Gardner, 'once all he could ship, to net $1.50 netted about $i per barrel. The pearto large numbers of them can be seen industriously -
who brought it here from Louisiana, per crate, as against 75 cents to $i Columbia county i is what the orange picking the lime and sand
where it had been imported by the for California's best. peFuniak was before its destruction, about a found between the brick of the rear
American Consul from Brazil. The Breeze. clear profit, as it flourished with little wall of the Lively building, two doors
orange is at its best from March to There are about one hundred and care or attention. One grower says north of the Tallahasseean office. At
May, and is not only late in maturing, sixty cigar factories here, each employing that his crop from three hundred trees present progress, it will not take them
but is a splendid keeper after being all the way from ten to a thousand will probably reach from five to six more than twelve months to almost
taken from the tree. It is a rapid hands. Each of these factories has a hundred barrels.-Lake City item in destroy the walls, unless something is
grower and prolific bearer, and now "reader," who reads both the Cuban Citizen. done to stop them.

. that such a well known authority as and American papers, the employes There is estimated to be at least 400 Scarcely a day passes that applica-
Lyman Phelps thinks so highly of it, paying him a stipulated weekly salary. acres devoted to rice in the Suwannee tions are not made to the local repre-
we should advise Lee county growersto As fully two-thirds of the populationis Shoals neighborhood, some ten miles sentatives of the several building and
bud extensively from this variety.- foreign, and as one copy of a paperis north of Lake City. The crop is re loan associations doing business in this
Tropical News. made to supply the current news to ported, as a whole, to be very promis city for money with which to buy orbuild
The biggest return for peaches we a whole factory, it is seen that Tampais ing. This rice is all milled at the houses.-Orlando Sentinel.
have heard of came in Saturday. Mr. the poorest newspaper city in the neighborhood rice mill, operated by Two hundred and thirteen dollarsfor
C. K. McQuarrie of the Bell Grove State, population considered, except T. J. Summerall, which turns out a freight and $61.00 for the ship-
Fruit Farm received a check from Key \Vest.-Tampa Tribune. good commercial article, besides a per is the way it pays to grow water-
New York for four crates of Elberta While the pear growers of the coun- large quantity of rice bran, a most'excellent melons in this country with the present
peaches, which netted him $13. Thiis ty at large did not have near a full stock food.-Lake City Re- arrangement of freight tariff.:-Orange -
equal to $9.75 per bushel He crop of the fruit that was put on in porter. City Times.

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.YEAR.2 PER FLORIDA FARMER m FRUIT-GROWER. :E:R




I Possible Orange; Culture In the dense and almost impenetrable swamp, Status of the White Fly Question.Editor soon as possible, in what localities the
Everglades. are considered to be invaluable and Farmer and Fruit Grower.
white fly has since
appeared the freeze
The
severe freezes of last winterare ,
During the writer's recent brief visitto in the course of time, it is hoped, the supposed to have greatly reduced and will be greatly obliged for any information -

Lake Worth he conversed with sev- worthy discoverers will be able to the number of of in regard to this.
many our injurious
eral hardy and adventurous men who, realize from them sufficient to remu- insects. The white fly or mealy wing H. J. WEBBER,
in the of their nerate them for their hazardous
course hunting expedi up-
Sub-Tropical Laboratory,
(Aleyrodes turf) at the time of the
tions, had penetrated the Everglades. dertaking. Eustis Fla.
freezes in the larval ,
was mature stage, t
These wild of sour --*....
They relate that, singularly enough, groves orange attached the lower
immovably to
sur-
trees are easily converted into the Best Varieties for a Small Grove.
could wade
they everywhere they attempted .
face of the leaves. There is no
Editor
Farmer
it for the bottom is hard sweet orange by the process of bud- question and Fruit Grower.
,
but that their In
numbers I
were great- 1890, had planted in Plymouth,
ding or grafting, and they commanda
how the The
no matter deep water.
ly reduced. They were not killed Orange County, Fla., (near Lake
high price in the markets of the
is
water pure ; these hunters stooped North and West. These situated directly by the action of the cold, but Apopka), a ten acre orange grove, of
down and drank it whenever they groves,
the of the the
by killing orange leaves, following varieties and numbers :
in the heart of dense
wished and experienced no evil effects. a swamp,
upon which they depended for their Washington Navels, Homosassa
The water of the fresh lakes which is will be invaluable, as they are com- ISO; ,
Examinations various 118 Maltese
of
sustenance. ; Bloods, 102; Hart's Late,
furnished pletely sheltered by the dense forest
to West Palm Beach and ,
wild and cultivated
evergreen plants iooJaffas; 100 Mediterranean
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and will never be injured affectedby
the Royal Poinciana hotel is of the or
after the last Sweets
the cold. immediately freeze re 75 ; Tangerines, 25; Mandarins -
same character. Then, too, the mosquitoes This dense vealed living white fly larvae in con 25; Villa Franca Lemons, 25; Be-
i less numerous and troublesome swamp, commonly
grow siderable abundance and in lair Premium Lemons
good con 25; Eureka
known as the BigCypress lies the
as one penetrates the Ever- on
dition fifteen different Lemons
on some
species. 25.
southwest side of the Okeechobeeand
glades. But the most interesting fact These I enumerated in an article pub Last winter's freeze has killed ,the
is that there are hundreds of low, flat the Everglades, with which it is
lished in the FARMER FRUIT- of the
AND tops trees to an extent that makes
islands and small which cdnnected. It is a great resort of the
great appearto GROWER of March
9th, 1895. At rebudding necessary. The questionnow
Indians, who there not to
be cultivable and which only
being go
that time appearances indicated that arises : Is the above the best and
completely protected by water, wouldbe hunt and to till the soil on the numer- the would be carried
pest 'through the most profitable selection that could be
I ous little islands but also for seclusion
ideal ,
places for citrus culture. Who
freezes on these evergreen plants if made to-day? The varieties named
from the white man.
knows but that the Everglades will not down defoliated.An the result of
they were cut or were inquries among a
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contain hundreds of --
one day
orange attempt was made to inform people half-dozen prominent Florida nursery.
and lemon groves on these islands Boone's Early Orange Again. of this fact and get them to defoliate men, and of comparison with the

the fruit of which will be brought out Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower : infested evergreen shrubs in score table given in the FLORIDA FARMER -

to the outside world on canals dredged Having had some experience with order to destroy the pest. How far AND FRUIT GROWER of March

through the deeper swamps. Boone's Early orange, I wish to makea such action was successful should now ; 20, 1890.In .
The State papers have lately had a be the selection I aimed
statement of the facts as noticed by apparent. making to
considerable to say about the sour or- me : Before the freeze the white fly was cover the entire shipping season, from

ange trees discovered in the Ever- As soon as Boone's Early was ad- }known to occur very abundantly in early to late ripening varieties, which,
glades by F. J. Hinson. The most regions. At Gainesville Citra in time to would enable
vertised I procured buds of Mr. Boone many come, me per-
detailed account of his trip is given bya and four, trees had fruit last year. The Ocala, Tampa, Bartow, Myers, Orlando sonally to do the greatest possible por-

writer in the "Tropical Sun", and an fruit on each tree was alike every way; San Mateo, Ormond, and many tion of the work of picking and ship
old friend of Mr. Hinson, from whichwe other intermediate localities ping if There be ob-
size about 176, with little rag, practi- they were necessary. may
quote the following paragraphs : cally seedless. known to occur very abundantly.. At jections to this plan which would more
In company with three others he Myers\ where the trees than offset its if 'I
By the 18th of September the or- orange were advantages; so, hope
undertook the task of exploring that not injured by the freeze the or some of contributors will
anges were eatable, and by the 18th of pest you your
wonderful portion of Florida. On arriving October were coloring, sweet, vinous, came through also uninjured. Thisis kindly let me know. ..
at the border of the swamp they and as 'good as ordinary oranges oftenon the only locality from which I have It may be of importance to state

left all of their "traps," except 'such the last of December. I was de received information' in regard to the that the grove was made on first-class

articles of diet as were absolutely nec- lighted, and rebiidded numbers of I actual occurrence of the white fly high pine land, on the edge of a small

essary to sustain life, and commencedtheir trees that were fruiting inferior since the freeze If they have been lake, and that it was considered one of

journey in bogs and water from killed out in other portions, of the the finest young groves in Florida, re-
oranges.
knee-deep to waist-deep, and when the All that Mr. Boone had claimed for State it would be a comparatively easy flecting great credit on its maker and

hour of noon overtook them they stop- them was fully realized.I matter to eradicate them in the town care-taker, Mr. Herbert E. Smith, of

ped at the side of a huge cypress log, had Homosassa, Early Egg, Ob- of Myers, where only some thirty acres Plymouth, Fla.

and by gathering a lot of the branchesof long, Centennial, Trophy and Satsuma of grove is at present affected. Fur- There are three points on which I

the tree, started a fire on the log and but no one of them compared with thermore, Myers is an isolated region desire information, and probably an answer

made some coffee, of which they par- Boone's Early. But the blizzard from which, if care is used, it wouldbe will be equally important to othersof

took, with hard bread, etc., their bodies melted all of them like a snowflakeon difficult for the white fly to spread.It your readers, especially among the
then being immersed in water and mud the river." is thus highly desirable that we non-resident owners of ten-acre groves. :

up to their armpits. They again pur- I have tried Mr. Boone and others should know whether the pest has I. Which of the above varieties i i

sued their journey, and, after travelinga for buds but have failed so far to pro- been killed out in other portions of should be discarded, if any, and what .
distance of about seven miles, thor the State. .. varieties substituted for them, and what

oughly fagged out and almost ready to cure This any.county (Alachua), being in the On the other hand, if the pest has proportion for each ?

surrender from fatiguediscovered their extreme Northern part of the orange sprung up since the freeze in regionsthat 2. Is it the better plan to plant va-

long-wished-for prize-a very extensive region where we need an early variety, were before infested, now, while rieties ripening. during the entire ship-
wild orange grove, on high, rich ham- Boone's is O. K. every way. If it is their numbers are few, is the best timeto ping season ? Or would such plantingbe
mock land, which they joyfully ap- commend to undertake to eradicate them. If a disadvantage in selling on the
an anomaly, me anoma
proached, and there bivouacked for the lies. We want.an orange which can they have appeared in groves which trees, and in the matter of freight rates? .

night, wrapping up in the folds of Mor- be marketed before the December and were before affected, it will be a com- 3. Would it be advisable to replantthe

pheus, notwithstanding the bellowingof January freezes.I paratively easy thing, from the small lemons in that section (betweenthe

thousands of alligators, which liter- have no nursery stock, no buds, size of the tops at present, to kill them 1 29th and 28th degrees of latitude),

ally jarred the earth beneath them. am not personally acquainted with out by spraying with the resin wash or ,and, if yes, what varieties ?
What a picture for caricaturists On fumigating with potassium cyanide. In connection with this question
Mr. Boone, have no ax to grind.
the tramp through the swamp alligators There are many trees to be budded During the month of August the greater should be stated the fact that the sev-

of all sizes, as well as huge and and I (feel certain that those who propagate majority of the flies are in the larval c enty-five lemon trees were killed by

horrible moccasin snakes, could be Boone's Early will have no cause stage, the condition in which they are 1 the; first freeze of last winter, while the
counted by the hundreds in every di- to it. most easily affected by the action of (oranges were not hurt until the second

rection, getting out of the way of the regret A. H. SHI, M. D. sprays. Spraying or fumigating applications f freeze. U. W. \VEBER.

intruders.Mr. Hawthorne, Fla. should be made during this 323 E. Chicago avenue, Chicago, 111.
Hinson and party, not satisfied time or postponed until winter. The We would suggest that unless the

with the discovery of one orange best period for combatting this pest is 11 Washington navels, are on lemon

grove, set out again, and were fortu. A hen that will not lay should go from December until about the loth of stocks. they will not be found profitable -

nate enough to find another grove of into the pot. A cow or'a hog that it March, during which time all of the ( I in such large numbers, if at all. t

still larger dimensions. These groves, will not pay you to keep, your neighbors flies are in the larval stage. j''I 1I I But[ the matter of varieties we leave to

although situated in the midst of a should not be required to fatten. am very desirous of learning, as our> veteran growers, of whom we hope




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some one or more will give the,needed And now comes a man of this county A Puzzle in Lemon Culture. peach trees in Florida will net more
advice.As' I who claims to have one that ripens in Our Montclair correspondent, Helen than the gross return from an acre of
to the general policy, it may be I May, a seedling of the Kelsey; but t Harcourt, writes that a friend had a this farmer's wheat.
set down ;as an axiom in fruitgrowingto 1 while it ripens in May with the Peento large and very choice lemon tree, This same Florida land will pro-
go with the crowd; this, of course, peach, like that poor unfortunate, budded on orange stock, and that some duce 200 bushels of sweet potatoes,
where the fruit has to be shipped I long it will be usually killed by late frosts.T. of the branches had been lying on the worth say 25 cents per bushel), or $50
distances. If there are enough growers B. HICKENLOOPER. ground and had taken root of their per .acre; or 25 barrels of. Irish. potatoes -
and,enough trees of the varieties Francis, Fla. own accord. Last winter the tree worth $4 per barrel.
j selected by our correspondent to en- -e.- perished down to the orange stock, Why poor men will endeavor to
able him to have company and to Cincincis 'Pear Again. but vigorous shoots are coming up dig a living out of $100 land is most
secure carload rates all through the Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: from these self-layered limbs where surprising. They could soon own a
season, then let him plant varieties I I recently saw an article in they had taken root. Some growersin home paid for in Florida, and ,in a
your pa-
ripening all through the season, from of July 20th about the Cincincis that vicinity argue that buds taken few years could bring it up in value to
early to late. But if he is likely to be I per pear. I wish to correct a few mistakes from these shoots would be as good as that of the highest priced land in any
compelled to make small, isolated the gentleman made. He called it the those from the original tree, since it other section.Go .
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shipments, for lack of company, he Cincinnis. I am the originator of the had reached the bearing age; but our South, young man; don't wait.
i had better discard the varieties ripen- I Cincincis pear had it before the Le- correspondent contends that buds, to Remember, lands are advancing,
;; ing when his neighbors have none to Conte and Kieffer; were known. I came be valuable, should be cut directly. other people are finding out the great
: ship, and bunch his products. into of it from bearing wood, which those truths here portrayed, and lingeringmeans
possession forty
years ago,
....... lost
while the businessnear shoots are not. a opportunity.Go .
conducting
Deciduous Fruit Notes. nursery
) .' -- Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower. Marietta, Ohio, and have been We do not ,recall any exact prece South, ,old man; get out of the
fl-: ."".", Now that the melon season is over propagating, it ever since I am the dent which would,.settle",this dispute. cold, death-dealing winter climate of
and the checks all in, it might be in- man that introduced it into Florida, Growers frequently insert buds into the Northern States, which kills old
r' teresting to compare returns. But twelve years ago, and have been test. bearing branches on old trees in order I people because it,keeps them housedup.
the growers are very modest and considerate ing it since that time. I would not- to fruit them quickly. We are of the Buy a small piece of "piney
I and would not for the world put them on the market until I was opinion that buds taken from these woods" Sand, build a simple little
boast of their great success and big well satisfied that they are the pear lemon shoots would fruit quickly if house, with open fire-place to dry it
; returns over some less fortunate ship- for Florida. About one year ago a inserted into old bearing wood, not out in damp weather. Plant a big
: per. But one thing seems to be a I gentleman from Washington wrote toa too near the ground; .but would prob. garden and all the fruit trees you can;
, fact: that the melons were far larger Mr. Teas, in the West, asking him ably be more tardy in bearing if in- raise your pigs, keep cows, and all
and better than usual, and should for a history of the Cincincis pear. Mr. serted into strong young sprouts near kinds of fowls. Don't plant a stalkof
have commanded fair prices. Teas referred him to me at Marietta, the ground. In short, the quicknesswith cotton, nor buy a pound of meat
1' The Japan plum season is now pret- Ohio, and the letter was forwarded to which they fruit will be deter- nor a peck of corn. Raise all you
ty well over, the Kelsey is the only me at Fruitland Park, Fla. I gave the mined more by the character and con- consume, drink nothing but cistern
variety remaining. I fruited this gentleman a history of the Cincincis, ditions of the stock on which they are water, and get your spending money
year the Yellow-fleshed Botan or and also of the varieties propagatedfrom worked than it will by their own char- put of sweet potatoes and peaches.

t: Abundance, which was first ripe. the Cincincis. Perhaps that is acter. ...... .......
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Next was what I got for Chabot, a how the gentleman writing in THE Celery Growing in Florida.
I most beautiful plum; then came Burbank FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER got the A Kentuckian on Florida.
I. Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:
a beautiful red plum, but qual- idea that the pear came from Illinois. The editor of the "Industrial
" ity inferior; also the Satsuma or Blood But it first came (from Ohio; secondly, American," Lexington, Ky., has beenin It is thought by many that celery can
t plum, and lastly the most delicious from Fruitland Park, Fla. I am con- Florida several times, and never not be successfully grown anywhere
\ and yet least desirable as a shipper,' fident that Stephen Powers will sanc- ceases to manifest a kindly interest in except in Kalamazoo, but our experience -
E the Kelsey. tion what I have said in regard to the the State. In the last issue he says: at the Holly Gate Farm, (Para-
I would regard the Botan as the pear, and that tbe old original tree Florida is a wonderful State; it was dise, Fla.,) has proved the contrary to
r most practicable, as it ripens first and stands in my yard in Marietta, Ohio, badly hurt for the time by the freeze, be true, for we have succeeded year
!, all at the same time. and is over forty years old. but its adaptability to various productsis after year in growing celery as fine in
More than half the flavor, as uniform in size and as beau-
Kelseys are wider
of
; Anyone wishing a history of the causing a range develop-
,( wasted before they get ripe. The Sat- pear can be accommodated by enclosing ment which in time will prove the loss tiful in appeerance as any that can be
sumas are an excellent cooking va- a stamp and writing me at Fruit- to have been a blessing in disguise. produced anywhere.
riety, and when cooked are an excellent land Park, Fla.I There is no other State in the What we have done at Holly Gate
r: substitute for cranberry sauce, ask it'as a favor that you publishthis Union where a man can get such can be done in almost any part of the
l' both in taste and color. would State. There are very few farms on
They article
or as much of it as you profitable returns by using a proper
; also well to distant markets being which threre are not from one to ten
in
carry can, your valuable paper.S. mixture of muscle and brains. These
f L .. solid and and their acres of land that will produce the
compact, great F. SMITH. two must go together to insure suc-
novelty would sell them, being pre Fruitland Park, Fla. cess, but there is no room or chanceof finest celery with the proper care.

cisely the color inside of a blood beet. ----...... success for lazy people, and these SOIL
, The Burbank, while a good, fair sized had best stay at home or join Coxey. The soil on which we grow our crop
; plum of beautiful red color, does not The announcement that on Septem The wheat )yield on $100 land is a dark sandy, or mucky damp land.
measure up to my expectations for I ber 1st the Clyde Steamship Company three miles from .Lexington, Ky., in In selecting a plot for celery, avoid
quality, being rather acid' and devoidof will establish a line between Jackson the very heart of the Bluegrass, is too high light soils. The soil, on the other
flavor. I vine and Philadelphia is encouraging. small to leave any profit. One farmer hand, should not be too wet. Open -
Several new varieties, among them The service will consist of two steam shows his returns to be ten bushels ditches, however, can be made so as
the Excelsior, I have not fruited and ships, and they will stop at Charleston I per acre; at 65 cents per bushel he to lower the water to a foot or so from
cannot write of them from experience. both in coming and going. makes $6.50 per acre gross. Two I the surface of the soil where the landr'



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apt to be flooded during the rainy well as other plants, die because theyare -

season. planted so deep that the bud is 2llhIiMwII

PLANTS. smothered. Place the plants (from six

to eight inches apart. Dipping the
Most of the varieties of
celery do any well. Our leading experience thus roots into a thin mixture of clay and There is no pain that Pain-Killer will
water will often aid them in takingroot
far has been mostly with the. Perfection when the ground is dry. J not stop. Colic, cramps, toothache, ear- .
Plentyof
Heartwell, Giant Pascal and a few water is very helpful. ache, sprains, cuts, burns, bites and

other varieties. stings, all yield, to its magic. A recordof
Seed can be sown early in August. BLANCHING.

The young plants are very tender and When the plants have grown to more than fifty years proves that

must be sheltered from the storms and considerable size the bleaching pro ,

sun until ready to transplant. The cess should be.begun. This is accom ) One Jhin i is certainPAINKILLER

most difficult part of raising a crop of plished by holding the leaves of a

celery lies in growing the plants, single stalk in an upright positionwith

which should be stocky, vigorous and one Hand and pulling the dirt up

unstunted. Transplanted plants have with the other and packing it firmly. I

I a decided advantage over untrans- This should be repeated from lime to

:I planted ones when set out in a field, time as the plant grows until it attains kills pain

I and for that reason we use the transplanted the required size, when after a few

ones altogether.The days standing, it will be found ready

seed bed should be made very for market. The plants should never Keep Pain-Killer constantly on handyoucan

rich with well rotted manure and have earth drawn up to them when never know when it will be needed.

plenty of commercial fertilizer. Oc- they are wet. The quantity has been doubled, but the price is still 25 cents.

casionnl wetting of the beds with With a little care fine celery can Imitations and substitutes may be offered you-look out.
be raised. thousand The genuine bottle bears the name--Perry Davis & Son.
water in 'which a small amount of nitrate Twenty plantscan

of soda has been dissolved, will be grown to the acre, and, at the

add much to the vigor of the young average market price, you can figureit

plants. out and see what the income wouldbe. sdllllllllllllll

The seed should be sown very H. G. FLETCHER,

shallow and the bed kept damp and Holly Gate Farm, Paradise, Fla. .
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How to Raise Good Cabbage.
made of laths placed an inch apartare Editor'Farmer and Fruit Grower: strong in potash and phosphoric acid; cases of the kind it is for want of

very good. Canvas, also, will an- I suppose there is more cabbage eight per cent. phosphoric acid, ten sufficient potash in the fertilizer used.C. .

swer. The shade should be removed grown and marketed every year than percent potash, and three to four percent K. McQUARRIE.

every afternoon about three or four of any other one vegetable, and it is nitrogen is about right. This DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
o'clock and not replaced before nineor that with the kainit 'generously added .
generally supposed any one can
ten the next morning. make a success of growing a crop of would give nearly a ton to the acre.I A New Edible Grain.

When the plants are three inches find nitrate of soda the best form of
it if but like
they only try, every other
A highly important discovery, the
high they can be tranplanted into crop, there are failures and successes nitrogen for cabbage, as it is very
rows far enough apart to cultivate its quick acting and stimulating in its result of which is causing a great dealof
attending production.
with a hoe. When they have reachedthe be of effect. The soil, however, must be in speculation, has been made at Pitts-
Cabbage to good quality, sound
height of five or six inches, theyare and be from the very best physical condition for it, boro, Russell county, Ala., says the
crisp, must grown rapidly Columbus Ga. "Herald."
ready for the field the the above otherwise I would use cotton seed ( )
day plant appears ground
When the plants are moved, it is until it is ready for market; it must be meal. The nitrate of soda is best ap The common swamp canestheones

often well enough to clip off the ends kept steadily growing, and not allowedto plied alone (not composted with potash down used with for fishing poles-are loaded

of both roots and'leaves.. This gives back-set in There and phosphoric acid) and in small grain corresponding in
get any any way. shape and taste to the Such
the plants a better opportunity to iSall the difference in the world be- doses during the growth of the plant. oat. a
thing as seed has
start. Cotton seed meal to be most effective cane bearing never
tween a cabbage that has been grow- been known
before
the oldest in-
say
FERTILIZER.On should be used at least a month before
ing for four months or more and one habitants
of
the locality. The seed
it takes that time for nitri-
planting, as
average land from 1,000 to that has been produced in from two to fication to be active. Some advocatethe are found only on the Hatchechubbeecreek

1,500 pounds of fertilizer containingthe three months. The former is tough of either muriate for a few miles around Pittsboro.

following will be sufficient: and leathery, the latter crisp and sweet.If use potash as or Farmers recognize the value of the
time
ahead of
Nitrogen ............... ......5 to 6 per cent. there is any vegetable that don't sulphate a long planting, grain and are feeding it to their cattle.
Av. Phosphoric Acid......... 5 to 6" but as it is immediately available I
Potash............... .. ....Stoio"' It want to be fertilized with stable ma- always found it best shortly before, While, as yet, no attempt has been
nure it is cabbage, and if there is made make bread
any to from it those
Stable manure and cotton seed meal unless the land was of a stiff ,
vegetable that wants potash, and plenty very who have examined it
there is
make good fertilizer in connectionwith clayey nature, in which case it would say no
of it, it is cabbage.The doubt but that it
be
ground and
the above. Nitrate of Soda, suit applied a few weeks in advance. may
seed-bed must be well preparedand made into nutritious
Acid Phosphate and Sulphate of Pot- After the well and palatable
plants begin to grow ,
made rich, the seed sowed in bread.
ash are convenient and valuable very
very they should strict attention. The
fertilizers. Any'good commercial fertilizer drills eight or ten inches apart, so as cultivator should get be them at The grain is to be planted in various
to allow of cultivation and weeding, if. among kinds of soil
as an experiment. It is
will do equally well if rich
least once a week, and they should be ,
necessary. Affer the plants get a good claimed that the seed will
enough in the different fertilizing ele. thoroughly clear of weeds. The cab- germinate
ments. stand, a little nitrate of soda helps to and develop a plant similar to the oat,
be looked and
bage worm must after
PREPARATION. push them forward. The plants shouldnot the most effective remedy for him is but larger and more'prolific.. If thisis
be transplanted into the open correct there will be a revolution in
-After thoroughly plowing and mellowing to spray with a weak solution of
ground until they are of a good size the grain stuffs of the world.
the soil, ditches can be plowedor potash water, (a teaspoonful of kainitin
and able to stand the shock of trans- Not in the history of civilized man
spaded out four or four and a half five gallons of water.) A little
planting. There is really nothing has single edible been devel
a grain
feet The depth of the ditch nitrate of soda also be added,
apart. may
gained by being in too great a hurryin oped. The cereals, as far as history
half the of the kainit.
should depend some on the wetnessof say quantity
doing this too soon. shows old himself.
areas as man If k
these ditches This in the when the
the land. Into place applied evening
Cabbage does best to follow cropof the discovery just made is to lead to
the well rotted stable manure and cot sun is not shining strong, a few
corn or oats it should never be the of edible
development
; a new grain,
ton seed meal, if that is to be used, in succession in the times before the plants begin heading,
planted same it will make a wonderful epoch in the
and also of the commercial fer settles the matter in fact the best in.
part ; ,
in that it would be full
ground, as case history of man. Hence the importance
secticides have and
tilizer. we are potash
of club root and more liable to lice .of the discovery can hardly be
The ditches can then be nearly nitrate of soda, as they are both in.
and other diseases. The land shouldbe overestimated. Every possible experi-
should be well secticides and fertilizers in
filled with dirt, which one.
always deeply and well plowed ment should be made to perpetuate and
mixed with the fertilizer. and and about eight hundred There is in if
prepared, more money cabbage develope the product. Well informedmen

SETTING TilE PLANTS. pounds per acre of kainit broadcastedand properly managed than in any other say the opportunity is a grandone

After the rows have been well leveled harrowed in a few weeks before crop that I know of, and if as and predict that important resultsare

and made mellow, the plants planting. This helps to kill any slugsor sometimes happens the results don't sure to follow.

may be set. In doing this care must cutworms that may be in the soil. come 'up to expectations, it is through -.----. ._ _

be taken to keep the bud above the Immediately before planting apply some neglect or oversight during the The hay crop in the North is very

level of the ground. :Many celery, as about. half a ton per acre,of a fertilizer' rowing period, but in a good many short.

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Farming and Gardening in the South. farmer who has suitable land to divide seedlings can come up through it easily bage usually gives poor germination ,

his acreage among the different crops and there is less danger of "dryingout. and weakly plants.
From the Florida Ruralist. that can be planted in the fall, insteadof ." Mark Twain says "Cauliflower is a
PREPARATORY WORK. all all onions. with education." For
making cabbage, or WHAT VEGETBLES TO PLANT. cabbage college
August is a month of preparatorywork Plant your farm with some of each the many who prefer this to cabbagewe
The fall garden is the most important -
for the fall garden and the work kind of vegetable crops that you can would state that it can be as easily
for three reasons: the whole
should be done thoroughly and as successfully grow. In other words, melons rangeof grown as cabbage with the exceptionof
vegetables
early as possible.If dor't put all your eggs in one basket. except egg- the extra work required in blanch-
beans and
plant pole corn pumpkin
,
have a good, well rotted Another that advise
you thing we every can be planted almost anywhere in the ing properly.
heap, which has been termed the farmer and fruit grower to do is to CARROTS.
State the of the farm and
"farmer's gold mine;" and which put in.a good family garden. You ; greater part This vegetable is cultivated in a
work is done for the season
every careful and economical gar- .will be surprised to find out how grove ; small way in the South. The land
and the rain-fall ,is usually more favor-
dener should have, it should be much you can save from your store should be prepared in the same' wayas
able than in the Under these
worked into your garden soil ap early bills by having a supply of food fresh spring. for beets. Seed can be sown from
' V, circumstances there is no excuse for
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as possible. vegetables every day, and be in better, not putting in a full garden. September 15th to December 1St.
The soil should be plowed and health." CUCUMBERS.

cultivated thoroughly and all sticks, In one sense the farmers and gar- ASPARAGUS.If .
of cucumbers be
trash and roots removed from the soil deners of the South are in better con- seed is to be planted, it is to be A good crop can

Our sandy soils are loose enough dition than before. Crops have been done during September or October ; if grown in the fall by September plant-
The hills should be made four
without the addition of any of the made for home consumption for both roots are to be used, which is advisa- ing.
feet each and shovel full
above. man and beast as never before. While ble in small areas, plant about November apart way a
The writer wishes to emphasizewhat comparatively little hard cash will be 1st. We advise the use of the Pal- of well rotted manure or muck compost -
vorked into each hill.CELERY. .
has been said before in THE handled, yet there will be plenty for metto variety. i

RURALIST and that is to garden in- everyone to eat, and the fact will be BEANS. I 1

tensively. Most of the gardenscover demonstrated that the State can be Any variety of bush beans can be The seed bed may be in'any moist ;
too much ground and the fertilizer self-supporting. place. Cover the seed lightly in the 1
successfully in almost part
used is spread over too much I grown any bed in May, June, August and Sep-
SEED BEDS. of Florida, and the southern portionof
area. Concentrate fertility and ex- tember. Transplant when six inches
the Gulf States, if 'planted by Sep-
pendless labor to produce the same These should be raised a few inches tember 15th. Sow in drills two inches high. Dig a trench a foot deep and
result. As soon as one crop is har- above the surrounding surface, and at I in put in four or five inches of well rot-
deep and tour to six inches apart
vested, follow it up with another, this time of the year should be well the drill varying in accordance with ted manure; cover that with good soilor

rotating as much as possible, a top shaded and protected from the hot the robustness, of the variety planted. a light, sandy loam, well mixed
crop following a root crop and vice sun and beating rains. The best results with muck or leaf mold; ,transplantthe
When about to bloom draw the earth
versa. have been attained by having the plants from the seed bed into rows
well around the stems.
Gardeners and truck farmers had a shades between three and four feet up three feet apart,plant six inches apartin

hard time of it the past year. As to above the bed. It is preferable to use BEETS the rows. At the end of five or

'the future the writer has given in fertilizer or grain sacks as a cover. It Cannot be successfully grown without six weeks begin drawing the soil up

another publication, a word of advice is well to prepare these sacks by sew- rich or highly fertilized and moist to the leaves, packing it firmly. Keepit

that may not be out of place here : ing together and after they have served soils. Sow in drills closely and thin well banked up if you want tender,

"The past season was a disastrousone their purpose in the fall they can be out to six inches apart when well well bleached celery. Water freely

to the fall planted gardens, as put away to be used again as a protec- grown. Good germinations of beet with soap-suds, liquid manure or water,
well as to the orange groves. A new tion from frost in the winter months. seed are seldom obtained during the being careful not to pour in on the

condition of affairs presents itself to Soil in the beds should be thoroughly hot weather of September and it is plants..

the ones who make a business of gar- pulverized, and the surface of the advisable to leave this crop go until In connection with starting celerywe

dening and that is that there will be bed should be as nearly level as possi- October. They must be grown quickly would especially advise our readers -

thousands of orange growers, who will ble. We do not believe it advisableto tc be of good quality, otherwise they to cover the seed with finely

go into vegetable growing to carry have the soil in the bed richer than will be tough and stringy. chopped sphagnum instead of earth,

them until the orange trees come into the open ground. This is contrary to as described in the first part of this
bearing again. This means more general practice, but we find that it CABBAGE AND CAULIFLOWER.The article relating to seed beds.

competition and unless this plantingis gives the best results. culture of these vegetables was LETTUCE.

carefully managed it will mean a The seed should be sown thinly in fully covered in the October RURALIST -

loss to many. There has been too the beds, and covered according to and we would refer our readersto This is grown in almost every gar-

little diversity in planting vegetablecrops the size of the seed. With ver.y small that issue. Our only suggestionhere den and is of easy culture. It needs

aud the result every year has seeds, such as' celery, we find it bestto is that but little is gained by plant- either a rich soil or high fertilizationwith

been a surplus of some things and a cover them to the depth of one-half ing either of these varieties before Sep plenty of moisture to insure

scarcity of others. This should not inch with finely-chopped sphagnummoss tember 1st. Cabbage is not a hot quick growth and fredom from bitter.

be, and we would advise every truck instead of with soil. The young weather plant and August sown cab. ness. It is advisable to sow this in







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beds, transplanting to one foot apart Poultry. POPULAR POULTRY FARM
each way. It is not unusual for a _
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single plant to weigh from two to Edited by s. S. DeLANOY, Apopka, Fla. A PO P KA, FLORIDA.I
three pounds under ordinary culture.
f Lettuce for northern shipment can be Midsummer in the Poultry YardI.
) sown from October 15th to November K. Felch gives a midsummer ex. f HOI OUG I13J Jr .;-
15th. hortation to watchfulness and laborin
INDIAN GAMES.
f the poultry yard quite as vigorouslyas
, MUSTARD. Good General Purpose Fowl. Best Table Fowl known.
though he were preaching in the
k This is valuable as a salad and alsoas BLACK MINORCAS.Greatest
time.
early spring See what a host of .
a green feed for chickens duringthe things must be done in the hottest layer oflarge, White Egg
winter months. Is usually readyin weather. If we fail to lime wash our
six weeks from time of sowing and BLACK LANGSHANS.General .
houses this month; if we fail to haveon
will grow on almost any kind of land. purpose Fowl, Best Asiatic for Florida.
hand a lice dust-made by fine
ONION. pulverized carbolic lime and tobacco FOWLS FOR SALE. 8B8BSS EGGS IN SEASON.

dust in proportion of one third tobacco A few Cockerels at $i 50 and $200. Will cost more next month. Buy now and save 50 per
The Bermuda, White and Red, are and two-thirds carbolic lime- cents. Fowls shipped at single express rates. One half the usual cost.
the only varieties suitable for general
culture in Florida. which can be used on the fowls as a MEAT MEAL, CRYSTAL GRIT, OYSTER SHELL, ETC.
louse exterminator and about the houseas
The genuine imported Teneriffe s. S. DeLANOY4t PROP.Having .
stock cannot be obtained much before a deodorizer and germ destroyer,
October ist and although much seedis then we are giving up a percentage of other property will sell my Orange and Poultry Farm located on Lake Apopka. 18
our profits. If the droopy ones are Acres, 12 in Grove. Good building, stock, implements etc. Bargain price. Terms eas); or will
offered every year earlier than that, exchange for well located property. Write.
left the vermin then lazinessis
to your
it is either old seed or else spurious

stock. Thousands of pounds of Ital- robbing you and calling.If you are. bringing aggravated diarrhoea. All this is labor, The following is more applicable to
reproach upon your
ian varieties are annually sold by you have failed up to this timeto more than money, for you to furnish. Florida than Texas readers of "THE
northern houses as Bermuda, entailing hatch the number should and Therefore does is it convert your laborto RURALIST:"
you ,
a serious loss to the planter.PEAS. now desist on the plea that the seasonis a greater percentage in 'cash, and Cow peas should be liberally usedon

too late, instead of hatching the the sweat of your brow becomes con- every farm, for this plant is more

These may be planted in Florida required number, and by ,extra care verted into cash to bring you pleasureand valuable than clover-serving all the

during any of the fall and winter assisting them to make up for time profit. purposes of clover and some besides.

months. The late and main crop va- lost, then you are making a compro- While our prairies, as a rule, are bare Good forage, green or cured; good
rieties require rich soil or heavier fertilizing mise with laziness-losing part of the of shade, they are sure of a breeze, anda feed in the grain for all kinds of stock;
than the extra early sorts. year's income Poultry meat costsso current of cooling air can be secured the best known plant for green manur-

The extra earlies require no stakingor much per pound; produce all you any time by a frame covered with cloth ing, and besides, they make a superband
brushing but the grower gets but can to four months of age and take and fixed to four posts.I nutritious dinner dish, boiled witha

few pickings from them. For the fam- your pay for it. The pullets will once had a cow entirely exhausted, piece of bacon, not cooked in clear
ily garden they do well enough to come to productive age in from fourto and was obliged to unload her, whena water, as is done at hotels and restau-
cover the time until the heavier varie- seven months, and for the follow- yeoman came along, saying : "' I will rants. No farm is well managed that
ties come in which bear continuouslyfrom ing sixteen months earn you money help you out of your trouble." He don't grow largely of field peas.Farmand

eight to ten weeks. To get the I and convert your labor into a bountiful then drove four stakes in the groundand Ranch. .. .
best results these main crop varieties supply of eggs, which means cash. drew the corners of a blanket over
require staking. But you say it is hot. All the them, the same being over the cow, I The International Christian En-
more,need that your flocks should be then sprinkling the blanket and the deavor Convention was held in Boston -
POTATOES.A made comfortable. Put every chicken ground about the cow, there was a last week, 5,000 being present.
full crop of Irish potatoes can be coop in the shade, if you have to cooling influence created which in. They petitioned the administration to
grown only from seed saved from the make shade coops over them of brush. duced the cow to drink, get up on her accord belligerent rights. to the struggling -

previous spring crop. If you have not It you are "short" on brush, then, go feet and go to grazing. Cubans.
saved any yourself, and wish to raise a to the store and buy muslin at six How much labor was there in all y--
fall crop, make no delay in obtainingsome cents per yard and make shade that that? By that amount of labor you The shortage in hay and the smaller
from your neighbor if he has way that will keep the sun off the keep fifty or seventy-five chickens grains, in the grain and grass growing
any. The fall crop should be plantedin ground surrounding the coops, and comfortable and growing throughoutthe States will be very great. If season-

September, planting. the whole po- sprinkled down that it may evaporate, hot days before us. Will it not able rains come shortly the corn crop

tato. thereby cooling the surroundings.Feed pay ? Remember, from shell to grid- will be very heavy.

RADISH. early and late, and, with the dle, from shell to show-pen, will take
The easiest grown of any of the gar- shade between 10 and 4 o'clock, it you clear through June, July and ra ar;.Gs r '
den vegetables. Unless on very moist will result in the very best development August, when the sun scorches the FERTILIZEECONOMICALLY'

ground, it is better to grow the long and ultimately paying results. chickens, produces lice, and if the x

varieties. The essential in radish cul- Whitewash, shade, cleanliness, meat, :. chicks are to grow they are to be pro- V PROFITABLY AND
ture is quick growth. vegetable, grain, corn only as a seed tected from both. Your labor will do BY THE EFFECTIVELYf
grain, cracked fine, as 20 per cent. it. So convert that labor into cash. g NITRATE r SODA =
SQUASH. only of the food furnished. Nor The labor that yesterday you did not 1
Nearly all fertilizers are ineffective because
The early or bush varieties can be think your labor done till all this is I render you cannot collect for in poul- Y they: contain too little insoluble -
nia") and this little in an form.
easily grown in the fall. Should be supplied. It is taken for granted that try culture. "The mill will never Add a little NITRATE OF SODA to these and
planted the same as cucumber, and the mulch litter and gravel and lime grind with the water that is past." the A PAMPHLET result will be astonishing.FREE tenighow

given the same cultivation. put into the hen house last fall is now Poultry culture is manual labor, the 'It to use nitrate and how to buy and and use when fer-
taken out and a fresh supply put in, of the divine I tilizers most economically. Address
TOMATO.In fulfillment injunction, S.M,Harris,Moreton Farm(P.0.),New York
and three pounds'of sulphur for every but if cheerfully done becomes a means .a ) ;)&>'... &>' .
the southern portion of the State ten feet square of floor space rakedon of pleasure and profit.-Pacific Rural .
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this can be grown all the year, and it to it. This, with the liberal use of Press. .

is well for each family garden to con- lice preparations, will make the house HONDA REAb ESTATE\
tain a few vines. The crop for ship- comfortable and free from lice, and
ping purposes is not planted until : thereby the flock freed from the evils A Matter of Economy. Wanted in Exchange for Unencum-
later. of nervous prostration. Do you be- It has come to our knowledge that bered
We again urge every reader of"THE lieve hens do not have nervous'pros- the leading farmers and poultry raisersof
Rui}ALlsT" to make a good family gar: tration ? Well, if they do not they the country have adopted NeponsetRed MASSACHUSETTS EOTTABE LOTS
den. If f you have never done so before ought to if confined in some houses I Rope Roofing Fabric as a means
,you will be surprised at the saving hane seen. of great economy; it is so handy for at $100 Each.

it will be in your store bills, and Do not be afraid, once each week, emergencies, to repair a leak or shut
be a source of enjoyment on your ta to add a dessertspoonful of saturated out a draft. It is very much cheaper
ble. I. carbolic acid to two gallons of pure than shingles or clapboards. The Near Station and Bathing Beach,

i ___. 4__ water, and force the flock to drink it makers, F. W. Bird & Son, East Wai- -

The county commissioners have estimated for one day of each seven. Furnish 1 pole, Mass., will send a full line of
: the orange crop in Lee, county charcoal without limit, and next fall : samples free; all our readers should CHAPIN FARM AGENCY,

this year at x4SJboxes, tell me if you have had any cholera or get the samples. ;j-23-tf St. Augustine, Fla.


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Our Rural Home. things that now go by that name (delicious cold, forbidding apartment-felt as if I .
though they, too, may be). I not one mouthful would taste good at SCOTT'S I '
have one recipe for genuine pumpkinpie that carefully laid table ? No matter
Edited by, MINNIE GILMORE MILLS, which I give Patty. I think a how elegant the service, how dainty the i
St. Thomas. Fla. ,, good way to dry it would be to stew viands, if there is an air of gloom per- CARBO-DIGESTIVE.*

Among Our Home Folks. thoroughly, with the least possible vading, the appetite vanishes, when
water, as the mass becomes watery one has been accustomed to a cosy, ? I
All Our Rural Home Folks may not after it cooks a little ; then spread on cheerful room in which the meals are COMPOUND.
be aware that Florida cane syrup is a pans and dry in the sun. I submit taken. A clean kitchen-table, pulledout .
desirable article for table use, entirely wait for other vine-embowered
these while we recipes. on porch, cov- Positively the ono Remedy for the treat-
unlike the black mixture known as These rainy days bring up resolu ered with plain but snowy linen, or ment of
molasses, that, though it may enter tions that were "laid on the table" even cotton, the plates and cups of
into some of the mysterious com- when the chilly winter (fled and warm common ware, the knives and forksof NERVOUS EXHAUSTION,
pounds on baking day, is anything but spring breezes wooed us out to train steel, but bright, the glassware clear
palatable as an article of food by itself. our vines and sow flower seeds. Mid (even though not cut glass), is a better, Simple and Aggravated forms of

When the syrup is properly manufac- summer is with us-but not the scorch- far better, place for a dyspeptic man Dyspepsia and Palpitation) of tho Heart
tured (and this is not such an unman- ing midsummer of other climes. We to eat his dinner than in the most elegant
agable undertaking as some would may luxuriate among the beauties of state dining-room, where the at- .
have us believe,) it will not sour, but Nature half a day at a time ; then the mosphere gives one a chill in the hot Does your food sour after eating ? Are
becomes thicker and better. For jams fickle dame is apt to frown, and ten test weather, from its lack of "home- you easily confused and excited ? Do
and preserves, when one cares more to one she sheds a torrent of tears as like" cheerfulness., It has been said you got up in the morning tired and un-
for the taste than the "fair" appear- well. April weather in July. In-door that surroundings do not matter if the mouth refreshed? and with a bad taste in the

ance, for sweet pickles, for many pleasures must now be. relied upon faces gathered around the board are Is there a dull cloudy sensation, at-
kinds of cake, etc., this syrup is rather fully as much as in Januaryindeedmore. bright and smiling, but how can theybe tended by disagreeable feelings in the
superior to sugar, and no wonder, doesit For who wants a drenching smiling when even in July the room head and eyes ?
not contain all the sacharine matterof when it may be avoided ? Why not appears to have been visited by a Are you irritable and restless ?
Does heart and
sugar, needing no water to make form a Rural Home book club, a "white frost" in the night? The win- to gasp your for breath thump after climbing cause a flightof you
, the syrup, as is the case when dry reading circle, or housekeepers' help- dow curtains,perhaps, are tucked backin stairs?
: sugar is used ? I have made strawberry Ing society ? Please make suggestions, slovenly way, as some one drew them Does it distress vou to lie on the left
i jam, that connoisseurs pro- if the idea finds favor, sisters of Our aside the evening before to let in the side?
nounced the very best they ever tasted Rural Home, and write at once, as last rays of light; the panes of glass Have you impaired memory, dimnessof
vision depression of mind and gloomy
and who would scarcely believe that there should be no delay ; the rainy bear the marks of little dirty fingers, forebodings, ?
syrup and berries only, entered into season is with us now, and if we are and cobwebs are gathered in the cor. These symptoms mean that you are
its composition. Of course, the fruit only to "count the hours that are ners of the casement; the mantel has suffering from Dyspepsia and Nervous
was as.carefully picked over and sizedas serene," I fear many an hour will goo not been dusted, everything "at sixes Exhaustion.
if be into the best There is no other remedy extant that
to
they were put
; naught, hanging heavily upon our and sevens, especially when the roomis
has done HO! much for this class of trou-
granulated sugar to boil. lands besides. Let's accomplish some- used for the family sitting-room; the bles asSCOTT'S
It is a surprise that, when sugar thing.-ED. 0.. R. H. table is set hurriedly, things are left in
cane is so easily grown, every farmer the kitchen that should be close at CARBO-DIGEST1VE
does not raise' small patch for home hand; some one must be jumping up,
consumption. There is some expense "Civilized Man Cannot Live Without every now and then, to wait upon the COMPOUND.If .
. attendant on manufacturing the juice, Dining." table, no conversation can be expected,
" s,." into syrup and sugar, according to the -:--, except by fits and starts; how can your case has resisted the usual
most approved method, with the machinery The dining-room and kitchen shouldnot the family wear smiles? and what aid methods of treatment we are particularly
now used.. But three or four only contain the necessary furni-- to digestion is there in the morning anxious to have you give this compounda

farmers-neighbors-could club to- ture for cooking the meals and settingthe paper that paterfamilias studies so in- trial.We relief in and
gether in purchasing a sugar mill, and, table respectably, that is, in decent tently? Instead of looking sweet and will cheerfully guarantee refund you every money case shouldour
in my humble opinion, each individual order, but both rooms should have all sunshiny, the mother and daughter (I remedy fail to produce the most grat-
would find it a paying investment.Let the conveniences the income of their speak of the average household, where ifying results.
a housekeeper keep an account of owners will allow; not only these, but the ladies must wait upon 'themselves, Please remember that the appellation
the money spent for sugar in one year the ornamentals, as well, that make and generally upon father and brother Patent Medicine does not apply to
and see for herself. I have not kept them pleasant for the inmates. Often also) look ruffled and red in the face, Scott's' Carbo-Digestive Compound.It .
such an account myself, but I know it the dining.room is the sitting.room also, their untidy wrappers vieing with the
was much more economical when I which I like much better, when the soiled shirt-sleeves in which the men physician is a prescription who has made put up stomach by a leading and
had own barrel of thick excellent house is small than making a familyroom
my appear-all in keeping with the appear- nervous troubles a specialty for years.
syrup to go to, than now, when every of the bed-room. The average ance of the room. We court investigation and earnestlyurge
pound of sweetness comes from the housekeeper wants this to be attract- Who smiles? Well, sometimes thereis all physicians to write us for the
grocer, who, of course, must make a ive, and it usually has much crowded one unselfish and sunny dispositionin formula of SCOTT'S CARBODIGESTIVE -
how could he live ? into it not properly belonging to COMPOUND, which we will mail
profit or a the family and by a
perseverance on application, that they may satisfy
"Patty Pumpkinseed" wishes some dining-room, not always an improvement more pleasant and sociable state of affairs themselves of its harmless character and
recipes for preparing a much neglectedfruit either. When it is used solelyfor is produced before the meal is excellent virtues.Scott's .
for table use. the breakfast and dinner table sim- over; and much more might be gainedin
She says : "It seems a sin, in these plicity in its adornment is preferableto the same direction if the owner of Carbo-Digestive CompoundIs

hard times, to let anything'go to waste; a conglomeration of bric-a-brac; in the sunny disposition would tidy up the the most remarkable remedy that
and pumpkins are rotting in the corn- fact, this is true of any apartment, unless room before breakfast (or before retir- science has: produced. It has succeeded
fields, now that the heavy rains have one is ambitious to make a muse- ing), gather a few fresh flowers for the where all other remedies have failed.
and the vines dying. I of the home. Sold by druggists everywhere. $1.00
come, are sup- um table, and place a bouquet on the man
it would be of no to to But the conveniences-a per bottle. Sent to any address in
pose use try cupboard, tel or window sill, draw up a small table America of
keep them for fall and winter use, in a side-table (a good dining-table and at the right-hand of the mother, Don't forget on receipt that we price.cheerfully} refund
this climnte, where they get their strong chairs, of course, first of all), a whereon to place the coffee-pot and your money if results are not satisfactory. .
growth so early in the season." I sec- few shelves-particularly if there is no such dishes as otherwise must remain Order direct if your druggist does
ond Patty's motion for some economical china closet built in the wall-are in- until wanted in the kitchen. In many not have it.Address .
recipes not for good old- dispensables and require out- all orders to
only no great ways the room may be given a more I
fashioned pumpkin pies, but for drying lay of money. Anything that will cheerful aspect than the average diningroom CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO. :
and otherwise preserving them for lessen the labor of serving meals, par- has. Upon home-made shelves ,
future use. I have read, somewhere, ticularly when the mistress of the, may be placed a few fancy ornaments, TOPEKA, KAS.
that nice confection could be house has but little assistance often
'a pre- which, with a scarf across the shelf, are
pared from them. Will some one sendus none, should be allowed her, even if suggestive of leisure and refinement; 500 BOOKS, ETC., FREE.
the method ? other rooms ,have too little furniture, but few only should there be, if the
Send ten cents and get by return mail beau.
a
I have remembrance of it is and old-fashioned. In
a vague see. or worn dusting and arranging depend on the tiful souvenir of the Cotton States and Interna-
ing, in some fashioned kitchen, the dining.room the family assemble one pair of hands that do all the rest. tional and Exposition address,printed postage In prepaid the Atlanta, and your
large loops of cut pumpkin hanging to three times every day, consequently it MINNIE G. MILLS.St. name of Commerce's special "Mail Order Directory"that Journal
dry; and a very distinct remembranceof should be a cheerful looking place for Thomas Fla. will go to exhibitors and hundreds of mail
order firms who will send you sample books,
pies, that were good, thick, rich several reasons. Who has not felt depressed > < I papers, etc., FRE .

"dinner. .: pies- not' the thin, frothy on entering some prim, clean, Texas has been deluged with rain. I JOURNAL of COMMEACB.Atlanta, G a.



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Cheese-Making: in the South. cupful of such pumpkin is ample for a NERVOUS PROSTRATION.: Mr. A. O. Russell, of Cincinnati, .

Some of the enterprising dairymenof deep pie,and real pumpkin pie is never Ohio, recently purchased from the

Leon county have demonstratedthat baked in a shallow plate. A good State 112,000 acres of muck lands in

an excellent article of cheese can proportion for the pie is a cup of pump- An American Our Manner Malady of Living.Caused by Brevard county, just back of the

be made at least in that part of Florida kin, an egg, three or four cups of milk, Indian river, opposite Sebastian, andI

In Georgia last year the experiment a half a cupful of sugar, a little salt, a Prom the Star, Washington, D. C. have taken up my residence in .

station took this industry in hand, em- half a teaspoonful of ginger, a fourth We Americans hurry too much. We Florida for the purpose of reclaimingand

ploying an experienced cheese-maker, of a teaspoonful of cinnamon, and a do not take time enough, for our meals. colonizing it.-Titusville Advo
I1r.Ving: to direct. The results are little nutmeg. Bake rather slowly. \Vo haste to get rich and wear out our cate.
stated as follows in Press Bulletin bodies() by the strain on our nerves. The .
result is nervous prostration. Probably
No. 14 : Recipes. there is no remedy which will reach all COLLEGE
"Mr. Wing came to the station in Candied Sweet Potatoes-Peel and slicein case Pink Pills come nearer being a ATLANTA WOMAN'S ,

March; he commenced to make cheesein thick slices two large or four moderate specific for it we know, however, and we ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
sized sweet Boil until tender in
potatoes.
May: ; he, has continued to make have just interviewed two Washington I). W. TWIN, LL. D., )
slightly salted water. Boil a sauce of one people who have tried them for this mal- AV. li. SEALS, A. M.f 1 S Co-Presidents.
cheese right through the heat of sum- teacupful of white sugar, a small lump of
in order to local
ady got some testimony. Assisted
by a full corps of able instructors in all
mer, and nothing but full cream cheese. butter aud half a cupful of water. Pour The first is W. Henrich Robb, of SOD New departments. The scientific method of instruction -
He has had but one or two partial this sauce over the boiled potatoes and Jersey Avenue, N. W. : pursued. Ample accommodations' for boarding
failures, such as are occasional in dai bake in a moderate oven."Delicious" "For a long time," said Mr. Robb, "I above pupils., or Session NAT begins T. SEALS Sept., Business 4th. Address Mgr.
Rolls-One
Tea of
quart suffered horribly with nervous prostra-
ries everywhere, but in no manner flour teacupful of warmed milk halfa
one tion, and tried physicians and various
many
connected with the weather or climate.As teacupful of good yeast, two eggs, one highly recommended remedies NURSERY STOCK
the weather grew warmer and the level tablespoonful of sugar, FaIt to taste. without experiencing the slightest benefit. -
cheese commenced to ripen and was Mix into a soft dough at 9 o'clock (in Last fall my business called me to

finally offered for sale, all doubts and warm weather). Let it rise small well knead Pittsburgh, Pa., and while there my Live parties wanted to handle
thoroughly and make into 1 roIls.SprinkJ'e mother, who remained in Washington, .
apprehensions were entirely dispelled, slightly with warm water, set to wrote recommending that I should try
and he is now of the opinion, so 'far as rise again, and bake quickly.A Pink Pills. To please her I procured a 300,000firstclass
the experience of one entire summer Discourager to Roaches.-This is the box. ,At this time and for a long period
season can determine, that the climate season when water bugs and roaches mul. previous my: condition was most deplor- Orange and Lemon -
and other natural conditions Georgiaare tiply exceedingly, and an effectual "discourager" able. I could not walk alone, and had I Trees.
will be found powdered borax -
attempted to do so would have fallen.
fully equal, and in some respects sprinkled plentifully about the kitchen After I had taken them for a month I
superior. for cheese dairying, to thoseof and bath-room,and wherever there are felt stronger than I had for many Address at once,
Ohio or New York. water pipes. This does not kill the little months. I should have mentioned that

"During the first period (of a few posts, but it gets on their feet when theygo until I had been taking the Pink Pills for BOSTON & SOUTH RIVERSIDE FRUIT CO.
after water their feet become
days only) of doubt, the cheeses were ; so slip- I a week and for a long time before, I had ,
pery that they are scarcely aMo to move,
to force myself to eat, but after the first ,
made proof against a long, hot sum- and they desert the place as promptlyas I box of pills had been used by me my appetite BOX 2522,
mer by arts known to the cheese- they can. Two or three days is sufficient returned and I was able to eat
maker, and some of them are still on to drive off the largest colony of wa- ravenously. I should also have said that f30STO'N" MASS.CALIFORNIA .
hand, not yet ripe and mellow. It has ter roaches. For the big black variety, when I began taking the Pink Pills my
been however, it is not so good, though they legs had become as seemed tp me like
impossible to supply even the dislike it extremely, and, if it is used per- wooden legs, and my body was fast be- BUDWOOD\
local demand for station
'experiment sistently, they will finally leave in disgust. coming in the same condition. The use
cheese,' with the limited facilities at Eggs au Gratin.-Mix together two of two boxes of Pink Pills, however
command. The growers and private ounces of bread crumbs, two of grated drove all this trouble away and I regard
citizens of Griffin have manifested an Parmesan cheese, a tablespoonful of but- thenvns a wonderful medicine." IN ANY 'QUANTITY.
ter, a pinch each of pepper, salt and nut- Miss C. E. Lewis, No. 1228 N St., north-
eagerness to buy, at 15 cents a pound, meg, and the yolks of three eggs. Stir all west, one of the teachers in Miss Payne's'School ,
by the whole cheese, that can only be well together, and spread over well but- of Cookery says: "Dr. Williams' CLEAN THRIFTY-- BUDS.-
attributed to the superior quality of tered pie plate; set in an oven until it be- Medicine Company's Pink Pills have ,
the cheese supplied them in limited gins to cool; remove from the oven and been of great benefit to my health. lam
) quantities. A few cheeses have been carefully break on top eight eggs; sprinkleover very much averse to talking for publication -
, them some grated Parmesan cheese. but feel that I ought to testify brieflyto ORANGE.MAJORCA
to different points in the .
shipped
Return to the oven just long enough to the facts in my case. I had suffered
State and so far as heard from the set the and .
eggs, serve immediately.Lemon from nervousness for a long time and ,
quality has given entire satisfaction. Pie.-Ono lemon, one coffee was all run down, I tried various MEDITERRANEAN SWEETS.WASHINGTON .
"Average sample cheeses have been cup of sugar, yolks of two eggs,two tablespoonfuls remedies but none of them did me any NAVEL.ST. .
sent to Ohio and Wisconsin to be of flour, half a teacupful of good. Last summer while in Delaware I MICHAEL,
j milk. Grate the rind of the lemon, was told of some wonderful cures that MALTA BLOOD,
!o tested by noted experts, who pronounced squeeze out the juice and chop the re- had been effected by means of the Pink RUBY BLOOD.
the same to be of excellent mainder fine; beat the yolks and sugar together Pills and bought a box. They helped me TANGERINE.
!' quality." and mix with the other ingredi- wonderfully after taking them for ,the
Director Redding is so confident, ents, and bake in a medium-sized pie past few weeks. I have been entirely
that be made plate. Beat the whites to a stiff froth, cured of what was a severe and prolonged LEMON.
cheese-making can a
add a tablespoonful of sugar, spread over attack of nervous prostration."
profitable farm industry in Georgiaand tho top when done, and brown slightly. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a EUREKA,
( if in Georgia, it can be made so condensed form, all the elements neces- LISBON,
in Florida was as well) that in press $100 Reward, $100. snry to give new life and richness to the VILLA FRANCA.

bulletin No. 15 he offers to furnish The readers of this paper will be blood and restore shattered nerves. Theyare ..
citizens of with all desired also a specific for troubles peculiar to
Georgia pleased to know that there is at'least one
females, such as suppressions, irregularities ]PI2I0 $3 pgR 1000.
information by correspondence, and dreaded disease that science has been and all forms of weakness. They
to give practical instruction in cheese able to euro in all its stages, and that is build up tho blood, and restore the glowof CASH WITH ORDER.
and butter-making to any who may Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only health to pale and sallow cheeks. In
known to the medical
positive cure now
present themselves at the station for Catarrh constitutional men they effect a radical cure in all cases
fraternity. being a arising from mental worry, overwork or ARTHUR S. AUCHINCLOSS,
that The of cheese
cost a treat-
disease constitutional
purpose. requires a
excesses of whatever nature. Pink Pills Box 355,
dairying outfit be places at about $50. ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally are sold in boxes (never in loose bulk) at REDLANDS. 'CAL.

acting directly upon the blood 50 cents a box: or six boxes for $2.50, and Reference.
and mucous surfaces of the system, and may be had of all druggists, or direct First National Bank, Redland.
Genuine Pumpkin Pies. thereby destroying tho foundation of the by> mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine
disease, and giving tho patient strength ,
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These are to be really pumpkin, and by building up tho constitution and assisting Company, Schenectady, \
neither squash nor custard. The pump. nature in doing its work. The I

kin should be of dark, yellow skin, and proprietors havo so much faith in its The "Marion Free Press" states

heavy in proportion to its size-the curative powers that they offer One hundred that, a large number of the phosphate ,
it fails to
flesh thick and fine-grained. Pare and cure. Dollars Send for for list any of case testimonials.that Address mines have shut down for the present, "I'(

cut in inch cubes, and cook it in a little owing to low prices for the product.The .

water until soft, being careful that F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Florida Miners' Organization estimate There Must Be

it does not burn. Then press througha Sold by Druggists, 75o. between 80,000 and 90,000

colander, put it back in the kettle -.. tons now on top of the ground, but Something In It

with some molasses or sugar and spice, Bread is selling for the same priceit about 10,000 of this is not availablefor remarked a frisky young horse as tie picked(
and let it mull away until it is a rich did when wheat was selling for dou- shipment. Numerous sales of rock CJOILED-SI-UING himself up after a brief FISNCE.argument Every with invests our .

red amber marmalade. This must be ble its present price. A barrel of have been made in Europe by brokers, gator conies to the same conclusion and admits -

done a day or two before the pies are flour( will make two hundred loaves of which have not yet been purchasedfrom the truth- of our claim for lilastlclty.. ,,

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,I On a little faster time than is given to frozen which, he says, will occur aboutone transportation and commission, no reduction -
Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower
been made in the
i the more mature and seasoned: pro year in three.If having
duce of the Northern States. We doubtif there is any good peach land in transportation of vegetables, which

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION these two considerations increase the Texas which possesses such remarkable the growers were encouraged to pro-

For One Year ...............................$2.0 of north-bound freight 25 per frost-proof properties as this, i it duce. The consumers in Ohio'paying -
. Por Six'Months...... ............. .. ..... i.o expense bushelfor
from
t'' In Foreign Countries .............u........ 3.0 cent., whereas it is charged 100 per ought to be; planted at once, but we< $1.50 ,to $2.50 per
", ; "Subscriptions in all cases cash cent. more. Can any outsider give very much doubt it. tomatoes, at the same time that

advance. No discount allowed on one's reason for,this discrepancy, except -_---.-- the fruit was decaying in the gardensof
I'j own subscription(except in a club), but tall < any Destruction Before Reconstruction.But Florida.
that ,new Florida potatoes, etc., are
will
agents a liberal cash commission
obtained expected to realize higher prices in the This condition of things would seem
f he allowed on all subscriptions
r by them. Write for terms. North than Northern produce does in little more than six months to indicate that in order to the recon-

ii To every new subscriber we will send, Florida ? since Florida was apparently on the struction of Florida's industries, they

! postpaid, a copy of Whitner's "Garden'g By the Clyde line steamships, from topmost wave of prosperity. Her fifty] should first be destroyed. Until there
'rj in Florida." For two new sub- thousand of
acres bearing were be between the
groves can a operation
Jacksonville to New York, onions, po-
- scribers, at $2.00 each, we will send, loaded with thousand millions
near a
:: postpaid, a copy of Moore's "Orange tatoes and cabbage are charged 60 transportation companies and fruit
of the fruit. An increased
: Culture." cents per barrel. From New York to golden growers and truckers in Florida that

" Rates of advertising on application. Jacksonville, 18 cents per Ioo.pounds, acreage of winter gardens was already shall so adjust prices that the con-
Remittances should be made by check,, of abundant
which brings potatoes to 3134 cents giving 'promise an sumers and producers will be brought
postal note money order or registered The' had
yield. pineapple industry in such that there
letter to order of per barrel, and cabbage and onions to together a way
received a new impetus; acre was shall be increased production
largely
FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER 27 cents a barrel. On the other hand,
Jacksonville, Fla. oranges from Jacksonville to New added to acre of that promising fruit required and a demand for the more
The Florida fruit and vegetable complete utilization of railway equip-
York are charged a special rate of 35
.CONTENTS. cents a box, ((80 pounds), whereas growers union had been successfully!] ments-there seems to be little en-

State News:............-.............. .......... 482 oranges coming from New York to started and the probabilities were that couragement for the continuation of
Possible Orange Culture in the Everglades; Jacksonville are charged at the rate of the fruit and vegetables of Florida her fruit and vegetable growing in-

Boone's Early Orange Again; Status of 55 cents per 100 pounds, which makes would be so judiciously marketed and terests. The railway companies for
the White Fly Question ; Best Varieties transportation rates secured that fail the complete employment of their
** for a Small Grove ......................... 483 the charge on a standard box 44 tents. returns would result to the fruit and
equipment must make sacrificesin
It is understood that this discrimi- great
Deciduous Fruit Notes ; Cincincis Pear
Again ; A Puzzle In Lemon Culture; A nation in favor of oranges north,boundis vegetable growers of the State. the cost per ton per mile for the
:I Kentuckian on Florida; Celery Growingin made to favor Florida growersas When bttt half the orange crop had transportation of Florida products.

Florida ...................... ........ ... 484 against the Italians, and for this been marketed and before the vege- They must do this or their cars will
How to Raise Good Cabbage; A New Edible tables had ripened, the frost of the lie idle on their tracks and their loco-
Grain ............... .. ..................... 485, favor Florida growers are doubtless 29th of December made balls of ice
: duly grateful. But why this discrimi-- motives will rust in their round houses.
Farming and Gardening in the South; Veg
etables for Fall Planting..... ........... 486 nation against potatoes, etc., north- of the golden globes, entirely destroyed The Florida trucker and fruit grower
POULTRY-Mid-summer in the Poultry Yard; bound in favor of those, south-bound? the vegetable gardens, and must learn to make his own fertilizers

A Matter of Economy:;.:. .... ., .... .. 487 The ocean is level, and, the steamers the pineapple crop was seriously dam- wherever possible and must learn the
OUR RURAL HOME. -Among Our Home science of and how his
make about the same speed both ways, aged.While farming to get
Folks Civilized Man Cannot Live With-
; looking about for the "bless-
out Dining.... ... .......;.... .........!..488 so the expenses both ways ought to be nitrogen from the atmosphere, utilizeall
ing in disguise, and discovering that learn the of
Chease. Making in the South; Genuine Pump- about alike. waste, process green
, kin Piea; Recipes................. ...... 489 We, fear that here again the only only the smaller orange trees and manuring and in every way reduce
i Anomalies in Freight Rates; A Wonderful reason that could be discovered for nursery stock were killed, and only the cost of production and grow what
I Peach Orchard; Destruction.Before; Reconstruction the more tender branches of the bear- his family and stock With
'1\\ \ ....'!f .,... ... ........... .... 490 this discrepancy is the supposed higher ing the truckers consume.
groves, duplicatedtheir tomatoes at $1. oo a bushel in the
obtained for north-bound
Markets;; Fair'Rates or No Freight...... .... 491 prices produce -
orders for seeds and concluded
Northern States in the months of
A No-Fence Law; Cruelty to Horses in Flor- over south-bound. On an aver- June
}da; An Apostrophe to the Florida Cow.. 492 age, Florida growers probably do real- there was still time to supply the and July ten bushels would be con-

Weather and Crops ........ ...... ... ... 493 ize barrel for their North with winter vegetables, in a few sumed where one is now. The rail-
.. .............. more per producethan
Trip to Biscayne Bay .... .. 494 weeks the land was again covered: could
companies forward train
do the Northern growers, but way a
1 Weather In Jacksonville. they are forced to incur higher ex- with luxuriant gardens. And the of twenty cars at twice the cost of one
conclusion that the loss would be
was of five
cars.
for labor and fertilizers and
theyare
; Week Ending July 29, 1895 penses ,
reduced and ultimate
not really able to stand any higher materially good In the last twenty-five years the
H bO -:I.ed' charges for transportation, if so high. result. price of manufactured products in the
ado a
oS u O But the (frost of the 8th
DATE i as a of February North has in instances been
: Later we shall examine this second many
00 00 ::! :a : a
-- - branch of the subject. again destroyed the vegetables); more cut in two and in some cases reducedto
July 23.. ....80 80 92 73 19 82 .0 .. seriously the industry
; damaged pineapple one-third and
July 24.........80 84 23 75 18 84 0 one-fourth of former
July 25.........80 82 H9 72 17 eo .0 A Wonderful Peach Orchard.Mr. and practically killed the orange'trees prices, by increased production
,
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July 81i 80
73 73 IS 2.90 R. L. of Marshall
July ......... 77 E6 72 14 i9 1.6 Jennings, throughout the orange belt tamatizing labor and by reduction of
July 28 ... 78 87 93 73 20 83 .0 Texas, writes us a very sanguine letteras down to the roots, and with the two cost of raw material. Smaller
marginsare
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July 29. .81 81 94 76 18 85 .17
.- - to the possible profits on peachesand freezes, the anticipated returns that the order of the day-and it is only
; Mean .. .,... 79 81 91 73' 17 82 4.7l blackberries. He figures the total were to meet fertilizer bills; liquidate by reducing the cost of production,

{ 'Totalralnfall.T. Trace. cost of 300 acres of peaches, with the notes in bank, lift the mortgage carriage and marketing that Florida's
twenty acres of blackberries betweenthe from the and the prospective
., A. ..MITCHELL, Observer. grove, fruit and vegetable industries can be
---. .. trees, for {four years, at $30,000. business for the transportation companies successfully reorganized.If .

Anomalies in Freight Rates. Receipts for berries three, years $12- was almost wholy destroyed. this result shall be the effect of
000. For peaches, fourth year, $30- But the :Florida people are a plucky the destruction of Florida fruit and

By all'rail from Jacksonville to ooo. These figures run up rapidly race, and encouraged by the transportation vegetable industries it will be worthall

Nashville the rate on potatoes, cabbage until the receipts reach $60,000 a > companies, who gave free it has cost, and the analogy will
and onions is 90 cents per 100 year in'' ordinary years. But the remarkable transportation of seed and in some I hold good.In .

pounds in less than car lots; 46 cents thing about the scheme is 'cases: gratuitously furnished the seed,

per i po.pounds in car lots. A barrelof contained in the following words : truck gardens were again replantedand the above article the usually ju-

potatoes is figured at 175 pounds; "Thegreat feature of this orchardis orange groves turned into farms dicious editor of the "Ruralist" seemsto

a barrel of cabbage 'or onions at ISO to be the fact that the peaches will and gardens. And on the agreementof have been led away by the seduct-

pounds. This would make the rate never be killed by freezing, or frosts. the railway companies to transport ive jingle of two words in the head-

on a barrel of potatoes 8o32 cents; on This, I know will sound unreasonableto watermelons at a reduced rate, thousands ing. We have no idea that any of

a barrel of cabbage or onions, 69 many-perhaps most-of your read- of car loads were grown-the result the industries of Florida will have to

ce.n, ts. ers ; but can be proven by excellent was, in spite of three or four plantings be destroyed to be reconstructed.Even .
:From Nashville to Jacksonville the authority, and that certain causes operate the vegetable production of the citrus industry is only sus-

rate on. a barrel of potatoes is 40}( to produce this most desirable Florida was far greater than ever before pended for one year.. .

cents;j on a barrel of cabbage or onions result, can be proven by as high au. known. And greater than the An epidemic of civic reform is extending -

35#' 'cents. The south-bound rates thority as there is in the United States. I country in its present depressed condition ; throughout the country. The -

are, just about half the northboundrates. These conditions prevail where is situated was able to consume at the pricesat laws against liquor selling and Sabbath

._ the land on which I wish to j which it was laid down in the breaking are more fully enforced than

r It is uphill going to Nashville, it is place this orchard." Northern markets. And thousands of for many years. Indiana is placed undermost

down-hill coming to Jacksonville.The The writer then goes on to figure 4 car loads of winter and spring grown stringent liquor laws, the constitutionality -

fresh, green produce of Florida is the glittering profits of a year when 'vegetables have rotted in the sun, not ; of which is now being

prpbablv, on alt average run! through the peaches. in all other orchards are ]paying the cost? t of }harvesting, crating, tested in the Supreme Court
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per carrier Tae:
flarkets.
65 to 1.50.

Pears-Common kinds, per bbl, 1.00 to
1.75. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE FLA., Aug. 2. Peaches-S. C. and Ga. Elberta, per

FllUITS AND PRODUCE. carrier, 1.50 to 2.00; large, 1.50 to 1.75; ,
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Corrected by Marx Bros. small, 1.25 to 1.50; defective 50 to 1.00; J"ACI.cSONVI: ,E.
These are average quotations. Extra: choice N. C. 50 to 1.00.
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The
lots while Oldest National Bank in the State.This
fetch prices above top quotations, poor .
lots sell lower. Grapes-Florida Niagara, per 8 till car-
Plums, Kelsey, per crate..... ........ 1.00 rier, 1.50 to 3.00. Bank, after twenty years of successful business, has just undergone a rigid special examination -'
Grapesper crate .................... .75 to 1.00 by the United States Comptrollers Department,and has had its charter extended for aD
Pears per bbl......................... .50 to .75; Potatoes. other period or twenty years
Limes, per too .. .......... .... .40 Stock has arrived more freely from flv cOlJst'rvallvl"-y t liberal methods, this bank has achieved the hIghest reputation for solidity>
Apples, crate ........... .......... ..... 1.00 Long Island and near by, and Southern stlt'lIg'lh Rill nhillt to meet aU legitimate demands.
Peaches, crate............. .... ...... .75 to 1.00 receipts have materially lessened. The favors We invih' a visit or correspondence, looking toward business relations, assuring you that your
Plums bus.... ... .... .. .. .... .....i.oo to 1.50 shall at all times receive intelligent and careful ention.
English Peas bu..... ..,.......... .... i.6c demand has been light and market weak JAMES M. SCHUMACHER
Cocoanuts.... .. ..... .... .... .......... 3.50 and low. :Monday and Tuesday highas R. C. COOLEY
Peanuts best brand..... ............. 4 to 5 $1.50 to $1.75 was realized for prime President. Cashier.
Cabbage. N. Y. each ................ .9
Pineapples, ........... ............. .02 to .05; Rose, Wednesday $1.50 became top, Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
Potatoes, Western.... ............... 2.25 and since then it has ruled supreme, average -
Onions, bbl. ............. ........... 3,2; prime ranging from $1.25 to 1.37
Eggs........'--................. ...... .15; per barrel. Sweet potatoes have arrived DAVIDSON & CO.,

VEGETABLES AND POUI/HIY. more freely and with a fair demand; $4 .

Corrected by Davis & Robinson. has been realized for prime, with small or COMMISSION MERCHANTS. .

Yellow Yams, bush. ........ ......... .75toi.ocSweet poor lower. Long Island, in bulk,
per
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Potatoes, ... ... .75
.. 11 new.... ........ ....... .75 180 lbs., $1.12 to$1.50; Jersey, prime, per HEADQUARTERS FOR FLORIDA FRUITS.
Hubbard squash, bbl.. .......... .....i.oo to i 25; bbl., $1.12 to $1.50 ; Southern Rose, prime,
Lettuce, doz. none... ........... .. per bbl., $1.12 to $1.50; Southern seconds, ORANGES, LEMONS, PINEAPPLES, EARLYjVEGETABLESOF; KINDS
Celery, Kalamazoo.... ....... ..;... 40 to 50
EggPlants, bbl ......... ............. .75 to i.oc per bbl., 75c. to $1 ; Sweets, North Carolina No. 20 West Frout Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tomatoes, crates. .................... .75 to i.oc prime,_ per bbl., $3.rjO to $4.
Sweet Pepper, bu ..................... .50 Vegetables.
Okra, bu, ..... .... ...... ..... .. ..... .5o to .75 C.A.IiIFOR: NIA
Green Beans ........... ......... .. .... 1.00 Receipts of Southern vegetables since .
Peas, none............... .... i.ootoi.sc Monday include the following: Penn-
Turnips, bunch,......... ........:..... .03 to .04 Railroad Old Do- ORANGE AN LEMON TREES
sylvania 16,265 pkgs.;
Cucumbers, crate none............... 50 to 1.00
Pumpkins, each.................. ..... 0510 .10 minion line, 16,129 pkgn.; Savannah line, D ,
Kershaws, each.... ....... ......... 05 to .ic about 5,000 pkgs. vegetables.
Parsley,per doz. bunches........... .2c -.- AT LESS THAN OUR OLD PRICES FORt
Carrots,Fla., per doz.bunches........ 20 to .25 Pitt burg Market..
Green onions, per doz. bunches....... .15 to .25
Pepper,hot bushel,...... ............ 1.50 to 2.oc Peaches, per 4-basket carriers, 1.00 to F4J 0 IDA az OWN: : sT>iCIC.; : :
Sage, welt cured Ib.... .... ............. loto.. 15 2.00 6-basket carriers 1.50 to 2.'0
; pears,
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Lima Beans, shelled, qt, ...... ....... .to to .12 Choice 2 year old Buds on 4 year old Sweet Roots. Homosassa and Jaffa Orange and Lisbon
Hens.-....... .......... .. ..... .30 LeConte, per box, 50 to 85r; per barrel, Lemons at 50 cents each
Roosters..............;. ........... .25 1.50 to 2.50; Bell; per barrel, 2.50 to 3.00; Strong oue year old Tangerine, Malta and Ruby Blood, Tardiff and Mediterranean Sweets and
Broilers..................... ... .IS to .25; Clapps' Favorite, per barrel, 3.00 to 4.00; Satsumas on 3 y'arold Sour roots at 40 cents each. Villa Franca, Lisbon and Eureka Lemon same
Turkeys, per pound,gross... ......... .10 price. I have satr pies in my yard and they are
Ducks.... .......... ....... ... .... ... .25 to .30 Bartlett, per barrel, 4.00 to 5.00; grapes,
Geese. poor demand .... .... ..... Ives, per!b., 4 to 5c; Concord, per lb., 6 to
New Beets per zoo ...................... .25 to 1.00 7c; Delaware, per lb., 0 to 0; canteloupes, STRICTLY FIRST CLASS AND WELL GROWN.Send .
Watercress, per doz. none....... ....
Cauliflower doz. none.......... .... 75 to 2.oc per bushel, 25c to 1.00per; bbl. and crate,
orders at to trees in time for the cent
me once so as get coming rainy
Blackberries, qt .;.. ...... ......... ic 1.50 to 3.00 per i-bu. basket, 75c. to 1.00; in advance, balance your on receipt of trees season. 25 per
,Huckleberries.. ....... ... ..>. .... .06 to .07; fancy barrels 6.00 to 7.00 water-
3 Melons.... ... ............ .......... .. .03 to .10 sugar ; C. A. 1300 N E. Ag1:.,
Canteloupes, bbl...... ,.... ......... i.ooto2.oc melons, fancy,)large;per 100,15.00 to 20.00; Orlando. P ia.
! Leeks per doz bunches.............. .25 small, per 100,8.00 to 10.00; fancy, per car,
; Corn, doz .. ................. .... .. .10 125.00 75.00.to 150.00; ordinary, per car, 50.00to READ READ READ

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Monday Receipts include by Pennsylvania 58,246 pkgs Railroad peaches since, 5- Fair Rates
711 pkgs berries 10,810 pkgs muskmelons McINTOSH, FLA., July 29.-At a meet- L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co.

and 4,041 pkgs various; Old Dominion ing of the vegetable growers of McIntosh ,
line, 3OOOpkgs muskmelons;; Savan- and neighboring districts, held at McIntosh -

nah.line, 15,000) pkgs fruit. Saturday morning, M. E. Allen was
Pears-Nearby pears have been in fair chosen chairman and L. S. Light secretary JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,

supply, but usually of common variety, M. E. Allen, John Bass and L. S.
If you are in need of any Fertilizer or Fertilizer Material, and get their
and with a very dull trade the market has Light were appointed a committee on
ruled weak and low; Southern LeContes resolutions, etc., which were unanimously Special Low Prices for Cash with Order.

have been in excessive supply, and have adopted, and are as follows:
ranged very low in price, much of the WHEREAS, Owing to the depressed con- DON'-r 11ISSi
stock not bringing enough to cover freight dition of affairs and the excessive freight This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to the manufacturer.Office .

charges.PeachesThe. charges on our vegetables, steps must be and Warehouse Rear of 26 West Bay St., on river front, midway bet. Main and Laura Sts.
market was overstockedwith taken at once to secure better) rates; there-
1iI,+'HI for Tonkel IVIcmnritmlt Hook.
peaches early in the week,and Geor- fore, be itResolved .
gia carriers sold from 50c to 1.00, only a That the vegetable growers
few of the finest went up to 1.25,but Wed- combine and unite in the effort to furnishall Bradley'Fledfeld. Eugene B. Redfleld.

nesday the market became firm, and has facts as to the profit or loss on the
gradually improved since, closing firmlyas business, so that our railroad officials can ESTABLISHED 1871. QUICK WORK,

quoted for good fruit, but anything have a just conception of the conditionof REDFIELD. & SON In selling and paying for Fruits and Veg.
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green or poor is dragging at low and irregular affairs. etables shipped to us is our motto. WI{
figures; many of the Delaware, Resolved, That our fellow-growers in the GIVE GOODS SENT US BY GROWERSCommission

:Maryland and nearly all of the Jersey receipts State meet at an appointed time and placein I Merchants t BUY FIRST OURSELVES.PLACE BECAUSE They are WE protected NEVER

are green and of uncertain value. their neighborhoods to further improvethe by our 40 years experience without default-
Grapes-The few arriving are generallypoor condition of the vegetable growers. ing a dollar. Enquire as to our standing
and selling slowly at low figures; a Resolved, That we, the vegetable grow- ANDFruit and merchants financial having stability mercantile which any reports bank can or

few choice S. 0. Delaware have sold: at 25c ers assembled here to-day, demand a try us-WE BELIEVE OUR
per pound, and Moore's Early at 10c per lower freight rate on our products grown Auctioneers METHOD WILL SATISFY YOU.Stencil Send and
for market. your name for our quotations.
pound.MelonsReceipts. answered.
cards free. Letters promptly
of watermelons since Resolved, That unless the transportation

:Monday 240 car loads against 216 last companies do very materially lessen J41'Iock Street Philadelphia, 1'a. FRENCH & CO.,
week. Offerings have shown a very wide freight, that we plant such products as
range in quality and while prime fresh we can use at home to advantage and We handle all kinds of Fruits and Vegetables 116 Warren St" New York.
have sold at steady prices, anything poor lessen our acreage of vegetables. either at private sale (which has heretofore been
has been neglected and low, with few of Resolved further, That we demand these our added custom to our) or business by the) as auction;you may system desire.FOR (recently. ESTABLISHED 1855.
the steamer receipts good enough to receive rates published before putting seed in tho

$100.00 and $125.00 per car load,and ground for the coming crop.
some have not oven brought freight. It is also requested that the 'rimes"Union"
Muskmelons have arrived more freely and other leading papers ,of the l l. UIT 'rJ:EES. SAW MILLworks

and also show a wide range in quality vegetable-growing districts publish these

with poor stock dragging heavily though resolutions and the proceedings of this F ARME R'S 5 successfully h, p., also

fancy varieties have brought extreme meeting.The SOUTHERN ORCHARDS. Grind Mills
Arundel Garden secretary was instructed to gatherall
prices and some Anne and Water Wheels.
Cantaloup have reached 5.00 per bbl. the statistics as to amount of vegetables Write for Catalogue and price list.

Pears, Ga., LeConte per bbl 75 and 1.25 shipped gross sales, freight charges, DeLoach Mill Mfg. Co..
Jargonello 1.25 to 1.50; Catherine, 1.50 to commissions and cartago,and net returns, JENNINGS' NURSERY CO.,

2.00; Boll, 75 to 1.25; Bell, per keg, 50 to and to report same at the next meeting, Ave. Atlanta, Ga.
323JHtghland,
t 7 at Mclntgh, at 0 o'clock a, m, Thomaavllle AN.
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r492 THK FLOHIDA FAKMKH AND FllUlT-UKOWKK. k. AUGUST 3,

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A No-Fence Law. eral! prosperity of the State, that they best thing for the whole State general city to Animals I do not recollect see-
I will'give' neither local option to countieS no-fence law, under which the owner of ing any reference to the common practice
j Prom the Florida Ruralist. nor authority to incorporatedtowns range stock will be liable for damage, of over-driving horses in this Stat .
:: An effort was recently made to in- to make and enforce laws' for regardless of any protection of crops, I am also sure that as compared with
aiigurate a crusade in favor of a no- the protection of those dwelling by what is now termed a legal fence. other parts of the country horses are
; fence law for the entire State, but therein, that they will send to the leg- t .{ deprived of food and drink for much
nothing seems to have come of it. islature men pledged to show no spe Cruelty to Horses in Florida. longer periods, which, combined with
Ii. The arguments pro and con have cial favors to the class that pay but Editor Parmer and PruitGrower.I sand and sun, easily accounts for the
J: been extensively printed in the agricultural one-thirty-third of the taxes. am sure I wave witnessed more wretched' appearance of somany: horses
I; papers, and doubtless many The RURALIST has used facts and cruelty to horses in Florida than in any all over the State.
I converts have been made to the idea of made comparisons that are' very odi- i other State, and I am familiar with ]Many who are guilty of this abuseof
!i, requiring the owners of live stock to restrain ous. It is trying caricature, and it the customs of several. There may dumb brutes seem so unconscious of
I them,from ranging, and permitting designs to keep before the people of be some other Southern States as bad, their wrong I have hoped an improvement -
r all others to rely upon the protection the State the nature of its infamous but I hope not. Cuban drivers are would follow if their attentionwas
I: of the law in lieu of inclosures laws and the animus of the makers of very cruel, but their horses for some properly called to the matter. In
to protect their crops. them until relief comes. In another reason do not so generally show the this I must except the average negro;
I' This question is receiving attention issue we intend to publish the names effects of bad treatment. A large por- many of them cannot be made to understand -
t in other localities, as evidenced by of those who voted that a town of less tion of the horses! we see in Florida that a horse is different from
I ,the following from the Ocala "News:" than 500 inhabitants had no rights have a strained and broken-down ap the plow or the wagon, and a few
i "Chatham county, Ga., is in the which a razor-back hog or its owner pearance. Then we often hear of the white men have still to prove they are
l throes of 'no-fence' campaign. That were bound to respect, and the names finest looking horses within our knowledge any better. One of the greatest
.:, portion of Leon county adjacent to charms of rural or semi-rural life is to
Tallahassee has such a law, and a cry have the different farm annimals so
for its application to the entire State. r ( DRUNKC trained and treated that they know
has from time to time been heard. AND DRESSED and obey your call, and show by their
",: The sentiment of the masses, however UP acts that they know only kindness at
is clearly against any such restriction 5 "ITS/ A your hands. To the man of consci-
and the waste and public ence and intelligence there is as much
lands of the State will, in all proba- I CONDITIONTHEORY ) satisfaction in reflecting that he has
bility, long continue to be utilized by NOT A tried to be kind and just to his dumb
our stockowners." servants as to his fellow men.
A correspondent of the "Farmer (( THAT !* ON W. E. DRISCOLL.
I and ,Fruit Grower" charges that the ) 'I/1f TO US Manatee, Fla.
argument in favor of a no-fence law -
was'first made by new-comers. 4// An Apostrophe to the Florida Cow.
"The people as a rule were happy
I I and prosperous in years gone by, be- l The "Tropical Sun" in commentingon
fore the influx of people from the -1 1ii the fence article and caricature in
four corners of the earth, who are try- y \1 the July RURALIST at length, ends with
ing to run matters regardless of any- ii 'p the following apostrophe. to the "al-
thing except to suit their fancy. I ,, mighty" cow:
am astonished that the "Farmer and 0 t Cows may make pasture lands of
,if. Fruit Grower should 'flock' in with \ our parks and open gardens. They
them to try to run out the second industry may divide with us the fruits of our
of the State, according to Mr. \ labors and dispute sidewalk privilegeswith
Wombwell's report. To put the State v the afternoon stroller and bicycle
under a no fence law would completely \ rider.
demoralize this industry" I O thou divine bovine, for the ex-
Whether the charge is true or not, tract of whose udders the milk of human -
is immaterial. The gist of the matter kindness flows in legislative halls,
lies in the fact that the conditions of be thou our companion in darkness,
Florida are,so widely dissimilar thatan and thy tender, lowing cry our guidein
inexorable law of uniform opera- the early morning hours For theewe
tion could not fail to work distinct pray Shouldst there be one so
injury in some quarters. The Leon base or cruel as to pierce thy gentle
county plan of making the custom a hide with the deadly bullet of the bar-
subject of local option, and restrictingits barous Winchester, or the dastardlyball
operation to designated territory, of the unholy shotgun, may the
seems the most sensible. lasso of the wild cowboy encircle his
It: is the enactment by the legislature -
jugular, and there be none so l lovly as-
of such infamous laws as the ...- .to give him sepulchre Thou art the
1200 inhabitant cattle law and the 500 / -- idol of our mighty commonwealth,
inhabitant hog law, preventing the -=-.. and to thee we bow the knee in meek
of towns from ..... .. -
people incorporated ,
'- submission. AH hail, thou glorious
protecting! themselves: and refusing local Florida calf.
option for counties, that has causedall of those who voted for a law that pro- dying suddenly. In the case of -. ..-
:the newspaper censure of the legislature claimed that a town of less than 1,200 the latter, so far as I could observe, Logical.
and the determination on the inhabitants had no rights that a seven- they died because they had the life to -
part of the people who are righteous- dollar cow or her owner were boundto go until they killed themselves and If the law allows a man to,put sheepout
indignant' at the action of their rep- respect, and we invite every paperin their drivers had not the sense or humanity in the woods to graze over other
resentatives in legislating favor of a the State of Florida to cooperatewith to take care of them, but on people's land, and to kill all dogs that
class who are but little benefitted in us whose publishers desire the the contrary whipped them on, think- he can upon eating his sheep, it looksto
the localities where these laws are future prosperity of the State, and particularly ing it was evidence of their smartnessin me as though I ought to be able to
.. the most oppressive, and which has : of their own locality. We the eyes of all beholders.If put watermelons out on land that does
every appearance of being passed invite every aggrieved resident of the our climate was not so hot, and not belong to me, and to kill all hogs
R with a view to spite the citizens of the State, and sympathizer with those our sands so soft and deep many a that I can upon eating my watermelons.
y State who are paying seven-eighths of I Ii wronged, who has a desire for the increase poor horse would pull through that H. H. TAPLIN.
i the taxes and to whom the State is in- of a population that is progressive under the above conditions must break Fort Meade, Fla.
, debted for what prosperity it has attained to be vigilant in awaking a senti- down. Why men so intelligent and < f
.; and the, feeling is becoming ment that shall make the people wide even kind and merciful generally can The Floridian says old corn is selling -
prevalent that the members of the awake to their wrongs: and fully be so blind on this subject is past com- in Tallahassee for 60 cents a
f members of the legislature are so yokedto pledged to vote for no man who is not prehension with me. With the excep-- Bushel, while the. Commercial says it
the interests of the Florida cow pledged at least to local option, and if tion of some reference in the Tampaand is' now claimed to be selling in Lees-
[ and are so weighted with the razorback i local option fails, then make the demand Jacksonville newspapers about burg at 35 cents, an unprecedentedprice.
; that they are blinded to the gen- for what perhaps i not yet the the Society for the prevention. of Cru- .

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WEATHER AND CROPS. "Too much rain for cotton" is heard
-- from the cotton section of the district. .Csv e C 4 Sc .C 6 SC 6 Ic

JACKSONVILLE, FLA., July 30, 1895. This is particularly so in Alachua and

WEATHER CONDITIONS. Columbia counties. Almost daily Fertilizers for Fall Cropsshould

showers prevailed. Conditions have

TemperaPrectpita- Sun- not been favorable for curing fodder contain a high percentage of Potash to
ture ((1)) Hon. ((2)) Rhine.
DISTRICT ---. -- and hay. More acceptable for
potatoes insure the largest yield} and a permanent enrichment
Nor- CurNor- Cur- ror Week rice and ..
Fruits .
mat rent mat relit. cane. plentiful. of the soil.
-- Stock in good condition. Many

Western.' .. 81 80 1.66 I84 v.... farmers preparing lands for planting Write for our "Farmers' Guide," a 142-page illustrated book. It
fall vegetables. Fruit trees puttingon ::is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free, and
Northern.. 82 82
1.47 3.24 ECentral.
'M good growth in Lake county, and will make and save you money. Address,

I .... 82 81 1.84 1.28 e Poo a show shoots as high as the orange GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street,New York..

Southern. 84 85 1.20 0.32 :10 trees before the freeze. Excessive e e e .

moisture did not occur over sectionsof
((1)) Degrees Farenlicit.
((2)) Inches and Hundredths. Pdlk, Orange and Nassau counties. JOHN L. MARVIN,

CROP CONDITIONS. Southern District-Conditions are President.H. .
Excessive rains have been persist. T. BAY, THOS. W. CONRAD,
generally more favorable over this Cashier. Assistant
Cashier.
ent over a large section of the cotton district. Showers were light and not CAPITAL $100,000.

belt of the State, the ill effects being so frequent, there being a significant

indicated in the plant turning yellow deficiency for the week. Fruit trees '
THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK
with increased sheddingand rust re doing well. Cow peas, sweet pota-
The continued rain has caused ,
ports. :: ,. toes and cane flourishing. Large acre-
grass to grow rapidly, rendering a age of pine apples being planted. The JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,

general plowing necessary in some plants so badly injured during the Respectfully solicits you Deposits, Colleetions and Geneva

sections. This late cultivation in past winter show remarkable recuper- Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .

I some sections is not desired. The tion, in many instances only slight -

i showery conditions have delayed evidence of injury being apparent. INVITED.DIREO'rORS. .

! housing fodder and hay, such retarda- Preparations for planting fall vegeta- : s .

! tion in many instances resulting in bles have begun. John L. Marvin, A. B. Campbell Chas. Marvin,
I loss to the former. Over an exten- H. T. Baya, T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald,
sive territory of the central portion of SUMMARY BY COUNTIES. Judge E. M. Randall. C. B. Rogers W. M. Davidson

the State, rains have not been too Western District: Dr H. Robinson John.E; Hartrldfire.

frequent, and active operations have Escambia-Hot and showery early

been carried on. Excepting heavy part of week. Pear picking and shipping SAVINGS AND TRUST BANK

local showers, the southern district engaging attention of all. Much

shows a marked deficiency in mois- fodder being saved. Molino.Trimmer. OF F ,ORIDA,

ture.Western JACKSONVILLE.
District A seasonable 'Leon Too much rain for
any crop. CAPITAL, $50,000.
week obtained over a limited portion Fodder pulling progressing slowly.
of the district. The heaviest precipi-- Cotton shedding and getting grassy. II. ROBINSON, President. W. J. IIA11KI8IIEIMK11, Vice-Pres.
will KA.WMNSON, Cashier,
tation was confined largely to the cot- Many pears being shipped. Bradford- .- -. .... T
ton section, doing very material dam- ville.Bradford. DIRECTORS :
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to that staple. Throughout the
age
Northern District II. ROBINSON, J. IIILDEBRAND, P. I;. McMURRAY,
cotton belt there is quite a unanimityof W.J. HARKISHEIMER, PHILIP WALTER, R. H. LIGGETT,
Baker-First of week and fav- .
opinion to the effect that serious dry Ji; A..IIHNDERSON; C. C. ROBERTSON, W. B. OW$N.
orable but the latter Cot-
consequences will follow unless there was rainy. Collections made on all points of Florida,and Remitted for on day of Pay
comes a change to sunshiny conditionsand ton shedding badly. The rust also in ment. Active and Savings Accounts Solicited. Interest Paid on
Bad for fodder. Fruit
places. saving Savings.
less frequency of showers. The
all Cotton needs
plant is suffering from rust, and is be- crop doing right.
further but work cannot be
ing choked by rapidly growing plowing,
grass,
done owing to wet weather. The out FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
not to mention other discouraging
look for cotton is not favorable. Ma'cclenny. -
symptoms. With regard to cotton. Reed. .
one correspondent from Madison An Incorporated Home Association of Orange Growers for marketing Florida Fruit to the
Washington Rained every day. best advantage.-AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $300 000.
"It is hard to tell what
county says : No chance to save hay or fodder. BOX MATERIAL-The Exchange Is fully prepared to supply boxes and paper on
damage the rains are to the crops." order. Write for price list and terms.
The fruit section of the district 'has Early corn is damaged by rain ; also -:OFFICERS :-
cotton which will not make a full GEO. R. FAIRBANKS President. D. GREENLEAF, Vice-President.
continued to ship large quantities of ALBERT M. IVES! Gen'l Mgr.and Treas. M. P. TURNER Secretary.
Some advices show that the crop. Chipley.-Danley. DIRECTORS-Geo. it. Fairbanks, Alachua Co.; E.G. Hill, Bradford bo.: Dr. E. E. Pratt
pears. Bad for sav- lllllBUUru Co.; John Fabyan? Lake Co.; Hy Crutcher. Orange (,o.; D. Greenleaf Duval Co.;
fruit was shipped too early-in a green Suwannee-Showery. J. D. Mead, Duval Co.; A. Brady, Drovard CO'EF. d. Sampson, Marion Co. ; C. V.Hillyer,
ing fodder. Cotton not doing well, Marion Co.; John M. Bryan Osccola Co.; Putnam Co.; M. S.Moreman St..
state-and the consequences of such Johns Co.; O. F. A. HIolby, volusia Co.; Irving Kock, 'olk Co. '
action have detrimental. Ac- turning yellow and bottom leaves falling Addressallcorrespondenco: to the Florida Fruit Exchange,Jacksonville, Fla Stencils,
proven off. Some signs of rust and is with full packing and shipping instructions furnished on application.
tivity in fodder and grass housing con-
Fine of
shedding badly. crop peas.

gressing tinues. Sweet nicely.potatoes Excellent and corn peas crop pro- Peaches rotting. Corn, pinders and JOHN CLARK, SON &. CO.,

doing well. McAlpin.-
potatoes

generally.Northern District-Reports agree Black. Grocers and Commission Merchants

that the week has been unfavorable for Central District

nearly all crops-no less for fruits and Too much rain for cotton and cropson DEALERS

vegetables than cotton-the injury to flat lands. Fodder saving has Coal Grain Wines
Hay Liquors
marked in locali- is if it ,
the latter being some been pushed. Hay crop good .

ties. Baker, Washington and Suwannee can be saved. Lake City, 82 degrees; Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. : .r ',

counties make discouraging re rain, 0.29.-Knight. .
ports. Frequent showers have delayed Polk-Fine week for growing crops. J"aol :son.'Ville, 1R lorid'a. L*':

harvesting fodder. Pea crop is excel Hay and fodder have been saved. 'j
lent. Too much moisture for peaches. Sugar cane growing rapidly; also po PRICE-LIST OF WHISKIES: \ I. -

Cane pinders and potatoes doing well. tatoes. Fort Meade.-Thomson. MANONGAHELA Ryt.t 5 CABINET BOURBON.... .............. ;& oo
PARKER, ..... ............ ..... ...........175 J. MARTIN RYE............................,i. 300
In Washington county early corn is Lake--Truck farmers are beginningto ORANGE VALLEY............ ............. 2 OO VIRGINIA GLADES.;........................ 4 oo
being injured by frequent rains. Ad- put out tomatoes for the fall and SPRING VALLEY........ ................. 2 50 OLD BOURBON.............,..... .....'500
BALTIMORE CORN........................ 2 00 KENTUCKYSOUR MASH..........,.....'500
vices from Liberty county state that winter market. Corn-fodder about NORTIICAROIINACORN,.. ............. 2 50 OLD BAKER........ ............ ..."....500
very little farm work has been done taken care of. Sweet potatoes grow CLIFTON CLUB.... .. ...... ............. 3 00 MON FROSE VELVET RYE..,............... 6 oo

during the week ; that rain has causeda ing finely. Rain injuring some fod JUGS EXTRA: One gallon 250; two gallon, sac; three gallon, 750.: Remit by post. '-office.
We cannot ship C. O. D. Remit with order.
money order, check or registered letter.
suspension in fodder-pulling, and der. Clermont, 82 degrees; rain, 2.09.
A complete prlce-Hst of Groceries, and Wine List, sent free on application. r
and fruits -Roseberg.Hillsborough.
vegetables rotting. ,
JOHN CLARK SON & CO.
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trees looking well; a few will fruit stopped here for a dinner, and after 'a ROUGH LEMON and SOUR ORANGE Seed
FLORIDA! for Sale. Clear Water Nursery, Keene,
this year. Everybody planting sweet few hours' drive we found ourselvesat Florida. 8-3-4

potatoes. Seven Oaks, 83 degrees ; the looked for Biscayne Bay.

rain, --Rosseau. At Biscayne Bay there are three distinct Wonderful Climate, Resources 150,UUU nnn STOCK SALE. Grape CITRUS Fruit TREES Seedlings FOR,

Nassau-Past week dry until. the classes of soil. The pine land is Sour Orange, Sweet Orange and Rough Lemon
Etc. Etc. Seedlings 65,000 Seed bed Grape Fruit Scions;
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26th, when we had a heavy rain. It divided into two classes: First, a white with a large stock of all Standard Varieties of

was much needed for sandy soil with a subsoil of the same budded Orange Lemon and Limes, now grow
potatoes, peas, ing for this fall and winter planting. The Lake
etc. Amelia, 82 degrees; rain 2.90. nature; second, a gray top soil with a Information upon all subjects pertaining, land Nurseries{ C. M. Marsh, Prop., Lakeland,

Jacques. deep yellow subsoil. The pine land is FARMING AND FRUIT Polk County, F a. 8310.
GROWING
Lake-Fruit trees putting on a fine high, rolling and rocky, and the fur BEST GRASS for Lawns and Permanent Pas-
in good pine and hammock land. LouIsiana -
growth. The orange in particular ther South you go the more rocks When and what to plant for profit. The care of Grass (Paspalum platycaule). Roots 25

shows remarkable growth. Mascott.- may be seen. We were told that the and GROVES what best since to the plant.freezes.Care Also ofPINERY Entail groves cents Fla. pel 100 by mail. W. H. Powers, Lawtey tf ,

Rosenberg. cost of clearing pine land was about

Sumter A. better week for There is doubt but WANTED. To rent some good Vegetable lands
saving $100 per acre. no ., location. Box 145, Asheville, N. C.

fodder and hay. Working out pota- that tomatoes as well as other crops Varieties for profits VINEYARDS, Etc., Etc. 8-3.2

toes and late crops. Some planting a can be successfully raised on the pine
Over experience who AND MILK ROUTE FOR SALE
by can
25 years one save DAIRY
full crop of peas. Oxford, 81 degrees; land. In support of the claim that you hundreds of dollars No hobby to ride; no if sold at once. For particulars ad-

rain 0.93.-Borden. this land will produce nearly all the horn to blow. A party that has tried,tcsted and. dress Rosemont Dairy Farm, Lakeland, Fla.
spent over Fifty Thousand Dollars in Florida.All 7-27-3
Hernando-Too much rain to save tropical fruits, we were shown by Mr. letters answered,no matter how long, for '

forage. Potato planting continues. I Fred S. Morse, several places where 25 cents silver.ROBERT* G. BIDWELL BUDWOOD. I have the largest in my quantity grove at of Braiden-choice

Ground too wet for work. Kelsey were growing: the various tropical budwood to be found in the State.; Jaffa, Majorca
abundant and fine. At Miami limes and Arlington Nurseries, Mediterranean Sweet, Washington Navel,
plums Grapes plants. we saw
Box 147. Orlando, Florida. Tardiff, Pomelos, Sicily and Genoa Lemons.
good. Stock in good condition, result lemons, both cultivated and wild, that Address, R. A. :Palmer, Agent, Oneco, Manatee
Fla.
of plenty of grass. Rice crop looked nice and thrifty. Here we saw I County, 7273A
THE TROPICAL
TRUNK LINE
good. Crops generally satisfactory. the tallest cocoanuttrees said to be in RARE BARGAIN. A good paying dairy and
business for sale in Tampa consisting of .so
Brooksville, 82 degrees; rain 279. Florida. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.FLORIDA. cows, Jerseys, Durhams and other blooded stock,
Roberts. Two miles north of this place is Mr. horses,wagons, etc. Also very rich garden lands
I in center of city, on line of electric railway andF.
Southern .Disrict.DeSotoLocal. Oxer's place. On about one acre of C. and P. R. R. irrigated by several flowing
ground he has more than a dozen different artesian: wells, unsurpassed for celery culture.
Ybor Milk
showers during the Apply to Clarkron Bros at City.
varieties of tropical fruits grow- sales now from fifty to sixty gallons per diem.
week. Weather favorable for sweet
ing together, none of which showed a '
and LANDS FRUIT BUDS, fine old fashion best of
potatoes cow People GRAPE
peas. pre-
sign of frost. We were next shown dollar per hundred-for sale by JohnS.
paring to plant vegetables for fall and the 25 year-old grove of Mr. Pierce. :Elder, Yalaha, Lake Co., Fla. 7203.
winter. show satisfacto.
Orange trees While this grove looked healthy, it PLANTS-Iooooo for sale.
ORANGES STRAWBERRY
ry growth. Pineapple plants doing was not really thrifty probably for and Alabama Cloud. Strong
well. Avon Park, 84 degrees; rain, well-rooted plants. Good packing guaranteed.
want of cultivation.At $1.50per 1,000, f. o. b. R, Puddy, Lawtey, Fla.
1.07.-Thacher. Cocoanut Grove several 7-20-4
we saw
Lee-Rain not well distributed. RESORTS
young groves that looked well. Hereis FLORIDA BUD WOOD of the popular Varie
here. Citrus fam-
Nothing suffering for prices. Satisfaction
the giant tree. It is at least guaran4teed.
ily of fruits doing well, likewise cowpeas guava O, B. Wheeler, Braidentown, Fla. 7-20-3.
twenty-five feet high. There .was less INVESTMENTS
and Truck
I potatoes cane. growers sign of cold in this section than in I!OR SALE CHEAP, a fine lot of seedlinggrapefruit
i getting ready for fall planting of any trees, z% years old, 3 to 4J6 feet high.S. .
other place we saw on the Bay. Fla
M. Stephens, Lakeland, 7205.(
"!1';. vegetables. Myers, 84 ; rain, .I5.- There is not much difference in the DEVELOPMENTS
Gardner. WANTED in November, one thousand sweet
land. The first is
prairie
impression orange seedlings no stumps over two
rains. Dade
Pasco-Daily City.- that the soil of these prairies is composed + inches. Good stock will find a buyer in J. A.
Delcher. Icenhour, Upsala, Fla." 7203.
of clay, but a close examinationwill
. Dade-Jupiter, 82 degrees; rain, ATTRACTIONSADDRESS PLANTS-Smooth Cayenne Ab-
, show that it is a kind of marl and PINEAPPLE
Cronk. RothschildVariegatedSmooth
o. 13.- loses a part of its sticky nature when Cayenne, Golden Queen, Itipley Queen,

; A. J. MITCHELL, Observer, cultivated. We of Jamaica Ripley. Orlando Grape and Fruit Co.,
two tracts
saw only
Weather Bureau Director, C. S. Van Uouteu, Orlando, Fla. 7-6-4.
this prairie land in cultivation, the first I
G.
D. ACKERLY
FLORIDA Budding Wood for sale. I can sup-
Trip to Biscayne Ba.y.There near Biscayne postoffice and the other of the leading and popular varie-
near Cocoanut Grove. This was the Oerx:: Paisaenge1' AgtATtr ties ol Budding Wood. Write for prices, stating
the varieties and quantities desired. W. K.
is a great deal to be seen first year of cultivation of each, and Trimble, Braidentown, Manatee Co., Fla.

from West Palm Beach to Lemon under very unfavorable circumstances, mm M43 765.

City, and as we cannot decribe all we the owners claiming that it was not a C TRAWB ERRY PLANTS. Alaba Newnans
saw the history of five between xuts Improved. Good strong, healthy plants,
days spent fair test but from what :
judging we saw mq $2.00 per 1000. Special rates on 5000 lots or over.
these two points will be brief. the prairie land is a success so far as Address Daveny & Kimbell, Lawtey, Fla. 6-29-4

There is nothing but scrub from the cultivation of tomatoes is con- $ nniLGHMAN'S CONDITION POWDERS will

Palm Beach to New River, except a cerned.-Oviedo Gazette. A make stock eat and grow fat. Given as a
"llsfsiSSffe drench to stock that will not eat. Sample pack-
narrow strip of marsh next to the .. VDJ age by mail 35 cents. W. G, Tilghman, Palatka,
beach rid.ge. This scrub land is devoted -- -- p Fla. 6-29-20

exclusively to the culture of One of our best posted growers esti- For Choice Properties
l I which must be sold at a
pineapples There are a number of mates that forty per cent. of the old ? ? BARGAINS' .sacrifice. On the St Pe- -

pineapple plantations between these trees in this vicinity are alive above act q out tersburg sub-peninsula,
the Sicily of Florida;at Orlando, a situation unsurpassed -
points, some of which showed signs of the ground. The other sixty will haveto in the State for its charming combination -
'J ukb 0I of orange groves and lakes ; and at Orange
frost, especially the older pines that come from the ground. Nearly all Lake the heart of Florida's Citrus region.

had started to fruit. The prospectfor have now made a start and are grow- Florida.Address the Editor of this paper, Jacksonville,

a crop this year is very poor. ing rapidly.-Oviedo Gazette. I IRRIGATED GROVE 100 acres, to years set
At New River we put in an after- aum G$ trees150; in other fruit trees, etc.
For sale at a sacrifice. Address "F," The Palms,
noon fishing and succeeded in taking \ N Lane Park, Lake County, Fla. 4 2.9nI:

in a 3o-pound tarpon and several IF ANY ONE who has been benefited by the
large nn of Dr William's Pink Pills will write to
snappers. Leave CENT-A- WORD COL UMN. THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER, they will receive -
After leaving New River, the stripof information that will be of much value and

marsh land is bordered by prairie Doubtful Seeds alone. The best RATES.-Twenty words, name and address, interest to them.
are easy to get, and cost
instead of scrub, and continues to the more. Ask your dealer for no one week,25 cents; three weeks 50 cents, Nothing LIGHT BRAHMA, D. B. Plymouth Rock and
taken for less than 25 cents. Turkey Eggs for hatching, g1.oo doz-
north end,of Biscayne Bay from one-. FERRY'SSEEDS Advertisements for this column MUST be pre- en to suit the times. C. Gomperts, Lady Lake,

half to five miles in \width. paid.Send. no stamps larger than two cents. Florida. 2 2-16
and count word. 'O MAKE HENS LAY-There is nothing likeBowker's
Among the sights to be. Initials figures as one
seen on
Animal Meal. 40 tons sold in Flor-
this road the natural. bridge across I I' ida last year. Hundreds of testimonials. For
Always the best. Known flPARDIFF.Dancy TangeriuesJafla.iMalta, Blood particulars, write E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla. .
Arch creek is one of the most inter- everywhere. Ferry's Seed and ever bearing budwood, From healthy trees io-i3-tf(
esting.. The creek is about forty feet Annual for 1805 tells you that have been bearing for four:Years and have ,
what, how, and when to plant. never had red scale or white fly. Identity positive O R SALE for cashtime or tiade,orange groves,
across and the bridge is about sixty Sent Free. Get It. Address Cyrus W. Butler, St. Petersburg, Fla. 'fruit and timber lands. E. RUMLEV, Keuka,
D. M. FERRY& CO. 8-3-3 Fla. 3-n-i6t
feet wide and eight feet thick, sup ,
Detroit, Mich. EXCHANGE-Summer and winter hotel
ported by a ledge of rock extending ANEW deal on wire netting. Prices cut in FOR North Carolina mountains. Owner must

from each bank, forming an arch. We We pay freight. Write for our latest live in Florida. Wants good orange grove. W, .
price-list. E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla. tf B. Clarkson, Jacksonville,Fla 9isttif





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Jacksonville and New York: First-class, $25.00; Intermediate, $19.00; Excursion, 843.30; Prom New York. From Jacksonville,
Steerage,1250. (Pier 20. E. R.) STEAMER Florida.
Friday, July 26th, at 3 pm...... ... "IROQUOIS" ........to Thursday, Aug. ist, at 2:00pm:
Jacksonville and Boston or Philadelphia: Cabin, $27.00; Intermediate, $21.00;; Excursion: $47.30 ; Tuesday, 3oth,at 3 p m.......... "CHEROKEE" .... ....Sunday, 0& 4th, at :ooam
Steerage, $u.aj. The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: Friday, Aug. 2nd,at 3 p m........... "SEMINOLE"....... .Thursday, 8th, at 6:00: am
Tuesday, 6th,at 3 p m............ "IROQUOIS"...........Sunday, 11th, at 8:00: a m
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Friday, 9th,at 3 p m........... "ALGONQUIN". .......Thursday, 15th, at nyoa: m
....... .... .... i8th
Tuesday, 13th,at 3 pm. "CHEROKEE" Sunday, at 2500; .p m
(Central Meridian Time.
or goO
)
Friday I6th at 3 p m............. .IROQUOIS..Thursday, 22d, at 6:00am:
Tallahassee ..... ......................... ............................ Sunday, July 28, IO.30a. m. Tuesday, loth, at 3 pm.......... .ALGONQUIN..Sunday, 25th, at 8:00: a m
............ .......... "
City of Tuesday, July 30, 12.30 p.m. Friday, 23rd.at 3 p 111. "SEMINOLE" Thursday, 29th, at 12.00n'n
City of Birmingham Friday, Aug. 2, Monday. 26that3pm......... 'CHEROKEb".Sunday, Sept. ist, at I.30pm
... .Sunday, Aug. 4, 5.00'1.2.3op.m.Nacoochee m.Tallahassee. Wednesday, 28th, at 3 p in..............."IROQUOIS"..........Tuesday 3d, at 4.ooam
Aug. 6, 6.00 p, m. Friday, soth,atspm ........ "ALGONQUIN".Thursday, 5th, at 5:00: am
City of Friday, Aug. 9, 8.ooa.m.
City of Birmingham Sunday, Aug. 11, g.ooa.m.
Nacoocheo......... ......... ................ .........................TuesdayAug. 13, IO.30a. m. -
Tallahassee.. ........................ Aug. 16, 2 oop. m.
City of Augusta.... .... Aug. 18, i.oop. m,
City of Birmingham Tuesday,Aug. 20, s.oop. m. Philadelphia, Charleston and Jacksonville Line.,
Nacoochee ... ,Aug. 23, 7 30 a. m.
Tallahassee Sunday, Aug. 25, 9.00 a. m.
City of Aug. 27 n.ooa. m. For the present and until further notice, Steamer "YEMASSEE" is intended to
City of Friday, Aug. 30. 2.oop. m.
sail from PHILADFLPHIA for CHARLESTON, Wednesdays, and from
FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON.
CHARLESTON for Close connection made at
Chattahoochee. ............... .. .................................Tuesday, July 30, 12.30 p. m. PHILADELPHIA, Sundays. .
Gate ...... .....Sunday, Aug. 4,5.ooa.m. Charleston with Clyde Florida Steamers, for business to and from Jacksonville and
CltyofMacon .Thursday, Aug. 8, 7.ooa.m. I
Chattahoochee. Ausr. 13, 10.303. m. I all Florida points. Also, Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia. .
Gate Sunday, Aug. 18, i.oop.nv. I
City of Macon Aug. 22, 7oop. m.Chattahoochee .
...! Tuesday, Aug..27, n.ooa.m.

FROM SAVANNAH TO PHILADELPHIA.These S'r. J"OEI: : TS i: .i v"E: R: .: '

( Ships do NOT Carry Passengers.) ..

Densoiig. .............. .....Thursday, Aug. i, 2.00 p. m.Iessoug. .
Saturday, Aug. 10, 8.00 a. m.Uessoug. .
....j., .... Tuesday, Aug. 20, 5.00 p. m.
Dessoug.... .... Friday, Aug. 30, 2.00 p. m. For Sanford, 'Enterprise and Intermediate Points on

the St. Johns River. ':
THESE PALACE STEAMERS :
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Connect at Savannah with Central Railroad of Georgia Savannah Florida & Western Railway,
Florida Central&Peninsular Railroad. ; 1.." .t
Through Bills of Lading, Tickets,and Baggage Checks to all points North and Cast. See your #< ;
nearest ticket agent or write for Freight or Passage to Steamer "EVERGLADE," '\':'" ...
J. P. BECKWITH, G. F. & P. Agent, New Pier 35 N. R., New York.R. j ,, ....: ";"
C. G.ANDERSON,Agent "
L. WALKER,Agent, Capt. W.A. SHAW, -
New Pier No.35, North River J.New York. City Exchange Building, Savannah, Ga
RICHARDSON & BARNARD,Agents, Lewis' Wharf, Boston Is[ appointed to sail from Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00: p. m.,
S.Third Street, Philadelphia.W. .
W. Agent
L.JAMES
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H. RHETT, Gen1Agt. C. R. R., 317 Broadway, New York.J. and returning leave Sanford Mondays, and Thursdays at 5 a. m. .
D. IIASHAGEN, Eastern Agent Sav., Fla. &Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway N. Y.
J.L. ADAMS, Gen'l East. Agt. F. C. & P. R. R., A. DeW. SAMPSON, General Agent,
353 Broadway,New York. 306 Washington St.,Boston.W. General Passenger and Ticket Office: 204 West Bay St. Jacksonville
J. FARRELL Soliciting Agent. W. E. ARNOLD, Gen.Trav. Pass. Agt., .
WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agent,
New Office, 224 West Bay Street, Jacksonville.
A.J. COLE, Passenger Agents Bowling Green, New York. ,
M. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager,5 Bow Ing Green, New York. .
D. D. C. MINK. General Freight Agent. 12:o. Delaware avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
YOU HAVE HEARD TIIEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager Bowling Green, New York. .
F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, FU.
JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent,foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville, Fla.
ABOUT J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville. Fla.


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NOTICE.OF INCORPORATION. :& TA1P 012AT1:

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Take notice that the undersigned intend to apply -
I I td the Governor of the State of Florida for YOUR FRUITS MD BKRRIKS
I letter patent for the incorporation of the Duval
J Cemetery Association, in accordance with the
I following Articles of Incorporation and the laws
1 of the State of Florida in such case made and


i ; ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE ..
DUVAL CEMETERY ASSOCIATION. / p WITH THE

We, the undersigned, do hereby form ourselves / o
.i into a body corporate under the laws of Florida
1 in such case made and provided according to ,
D. S S. Cook Stove Drier.HtlndrBds
i Title.Three, Revised Statutes of Florida, enti
I "Corporations for Piofit," and all laws of .
) Florida in force in such regard and the severalI Shortest Quickest Most Attractive o
I acts supplementary thereof and amendatory o [
I thereof and do hereby make declare and havesubscribed o
the following our Articles of Incor- 01JT :&

poration: _ _ _ of Dollars Worth
ARTICLE i. BETWEEN .,5.5:, liii !
i
I. FLORIDA POINTS AND THE NORTH COON S10v R/t CrGM TOyI D41tRAATENTNAK6.90
i SECTION i. The name and style of this Corporation -
I shall be the Duval Cemetery Association. THE PAL NOV.5.AO, of Prilit Can be Sailed
Sec. 2. The principal place of business of the
I Corporation shall be in the City of Jacksonville, Florida Central and Peninsular '
i Duval county, ''Florida.I with this Machine

NEW THROUGH
ROUTES.
i j I ARTICLE II.

I'' SECTION i. The general nature of the business New Florida<< Pennsylvania New York to Jacksonville 11. It. to Washington by- Euery Year
I I io be transacted by this corporation shall be to and 1 Southern 'Hallway to ,
l'' hold, to let, sell, lease or otherwise appropriate,. Northern Columbia, Florida Central & O
real estate in the county of Duval and State oi Air Lino.Cincinnati Peninsular to all principal j
\\r.G Florida for cemetery purposes, to acquire and J points In Florida.
t Ii i hold real estate in Duval county in one or more To meet the demand for a Small, Cheap,
is I. localities. To name, connect, ornament, adorn, Cincinnati to Jacksonvillo by '
improve by laying out a park, or parks, with Queen & Crescent to Chattanooga Drier, suitable for use on any Ordinary Cook, .

drives, roads and avenues, to set out and to and } Southern ll'y to Ever- Oil or Gasoline Stove, we now offer the .
plant shade trees, shrubbery and flowers ; to Florida ette, Florida Central & Peninsular -
) layoff, plot, parcel, sub-divide and lot the same Limited. to all Important Florida I i. above. It is very Simple, Economical, Efficient -
I for cemetery purposes, and from time to time points. t
and Convenient and for Farmers' Use
enlarge or increase the area of said grounds. Kansas City Fort Scott & ,
I Sec. 2. The amount of the capital stock of said Kansas and City Memphis R.li.to Kansas City, -- 't'' .' Just What is Wanted, and we believe The
corporation shall be Five Thousand Dollars }to Birmingham, Southern It''y
($5.000.00))) divided into One Hundred shares of JacksonvilleThro' Line to Everette, Fla. Central & =-- .( Cheapest and Best Little Drier of its class on
Fifty Dollars each, io per cent of which amount Peninsular to all Fla. points. the Market.
I
must be paid in in cash before the Associationshall Louis to ,
Jacksonville
I ance at be such allowed times to and commence in such business installments, the bal as_ 1St. Short Line to Du Quoin by, $8.5O IN VALUE FOR

the board of directors by resolution shall demand Holly lloute.Sp'gs Central City, Memphis to Holly&Sp'gs Birmingham -, $5.00Through ,

ARTICLE III. J to Birmingham,Sou. a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the u. S. COOK STOVE DRIER, the
ll'y to Everette and F. C. & P.
SECTION i. The date of its commencementshall regular price of which is $7, for only $5, together wtih a YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO THE
Sioux &
City to Jack-
Chicago
be the date of the issuance of (its letters FARMER! AND FRUIT GROWER, regular price $2.00.
sonville. Ill. Cent. to Holly I
patent and it shall continue a body corporate IT Route'g s}Sp'gs, K., C. M. & B. to Birmingham To any one sending a Club of 6 Yearly Subscribers to the FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER? at
I for ninety-nine years thereafter. Sou. ll'y to Ever- $2 each or 4 Subscribers and $2 in Money, we will send one of the Driers Free. .
ARTICLE IV. ette and tho F. C. & P. Subscribers in a club who wish to take advantage of any book premiums or others offered to
subscribers count the same as those taking the FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER only.
Louls'illo & Nash'ille to River Mr. Thomas Patten of Glen St. Mary, Fla has used this Drier
SECTION i. The business of this corporation ? and writes : "It does good work
New Orleans Junction. F. C. & P. "
only
for the cost of it
be conducted President Vice President
shall
, by a To 1 route with through sleepersJackso'vilie
Secretary, Treasurer, and a Board of Directors between New Orleans' and TO -THE I..t-ADIES
;.
consisting of five members, including the
.
President and Secretary, of which'board they. Jacksonville.The of the Household in Town or Country. It is a,little Gold Mine. Thousands of careful prudent
shall be ex-officio members. F. C. & P. has, 700 miles of track in household managers,-who have no time nor necessity to engage in evaporating fruit for market
,I Sec. 2..The office of Secretary and Treasurer Florida running through the as.a business but who have frequent use; for just such nn article as this for making smaller quantities -
may be held by one and the same person. Tobacco Jtet/lons of dried fruit, berries, and vegetables for their own use or for sale, will find it the most satis-
Sec. 3. The said officers and directors shall be Stock farming and Dairy Section, factory and profitable investment they could make A lady can easily lift it on and off the stove,
elected at the office in the city of Jacksonville on Peach and Strawberry Lands, as it weighs but about Twenty Pounds. It has interchangable galvanized wire cloth trays,
the second Tuesday in December, A. D. 1895, and Orange, Banana and Pineapple Country, which will not rust or discolor the fruit, etc., and will last for years, It is made of iron, except
annually thereafter.Sec. Phosphate Belt. tray frames and supports. Can be used for broiling beef steak, fish, etc., using but the lower
4. A majority of all the votes cast and a Has the Silver Spring and tray for this purpose .
majority of,all the stock represented shall be Other fine Scenery. Address all orders to .

'1 necessary to an election.Sec. The Great Hunting Country.
5 Until the aforesaid officers are elected Reaches the Noted Fishing Grounds.Has FARMER & FRUIT GROWER
and qualified the business of said corporation the best lands for tillage, greatest vari- ,
shall be conducted by a board of directors consisting I ety of soils in the State' and above all
Jr olaonviilte: : : I FI.orlc'lca.
of the undersigned members and stock-
holders. Runs over the Central Ridgeland ,
Where It Is High and Healthy.
ARTICLE V. Prosperous towns nil its route and it offers

The highest amount of indebtedness or liabil- the best freight facilities for any produce to WHY ?
the Northern markets. Send for
ty to which the corporation can at any time subject the popular ,
.
itself is Five:Thousand Dollars song-

ARTICLE VI. with"MY its spirited FLORIDA words and HOME.beautiful music-" Go oil "Niggoring the Corn off the Cob, Blistering your Hands and

SECTION 1. The names and residences of sub- descriptive of an actual Florida Home, and Wearing the Skin off? Buy a"CYCLONE" .
which is In
scribers to stock are gotten up elegant style-Six pagesof
C. O. Livingston, Jacksonville,Fla.C. full sized best music paper, containing also
W. DaCosta, Jacksonville, Fla. a picture of a home in Florida and a hunting CORN '
T. H. Bogue, Jacksonville. Fla. scene. It is mailed on receipt of 10 cents (in SHELLER.
... C. O. LIVINGSTON.c. stamps to pay expense ofydistribution.))
w. DACOSTA.T. Send also for the best -map of Florida (sen
free) and note the towns on Its route.A.O.MAODONELLG.P.A. "'
.
H. BOGUE. SEVERAL REASONS WHY YOU

State of Florida, ____ Jacksonville, Fla. SHOULD HAVE ONE,

County of Duval.Personally .} The Fla Cent. & Peninsular R. R. p111'' i''''

appeared before the subscriber a Offers to It is fully warranted against breaking or get- 1
Public in and for said and State, ShippersThe ''I
Notary county ling out of order by any fair usage. 4?
C. O. Livingston, C. W. DaCosta and T, II.
Shortest and Quickest Route > It takes less to do the ]
that power same amount of
Bogue,who being duly sworn, say they are q +
r.d work than other
the three persons named {in the foregoing Articles BETWEEN made. any machine of its size ever 1
of Incorporation and whose names are sub-
scribed thereto That they have associated FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN 91 There is no time lost after you are through
themselves together for the purpose of formingsuch THE EAST AND WEST. a _, ;iV;+ 'N{ shelling by picking the cobs out of the shelled
Corporation in good faith for the purposeof With corn as the machine takes the corn all off the
carrying on the business described in said ,Ar- is Improved better Ventilated<.1 Cars, this com- ''' cob. drops the corn in the box or basket takes t
pany equipped than over ever to S, the cob on around and throws it
ticles,that all matters, including names of offi handle the Orange and Vegetable off at the back.
.. cers to conduct said Corporation till election insure close connections and Crops, and By a little practice with it you can easily shell
prompt despatch
amount of capital stock and amount to be paidin EL bushel of I
to all Easteru and Western Markets. oue oars in about 4 minutes or less.
.. ,'are truly set out. to The shelter is small but it will do the work of
C. O. LIVINGSTON.c. Through oars destination without many larger machine. 1
w. DACOSTA.T. change or delay.
II. BOGUE. Perishable freight followed by wire and required

Sworn to and subscribed before me this nth I shippers advised time passing various Junction avoiding any chance of its giving out.
f day of July A. D. 1895. points and arrival at destination. M f fib
,
,. WM. H.HARWICK, All claims for overcharges and loss prompt atllli ? I I A sheller wrench accompanies every machine t,

(sealj), Notary Publio.Jackonvitte ly justed.
See that your goods are markedvia The manufacturer of this machine is rated in the Commercial Agencies at 1125,000 and is
Fla., July 201:h, 1895.
& personally known to the Editor to be a responsible man. The I
F. C. P. R. R.

t PLANT STRAWBERRIES The Strawberry For Information call on or address the undersigned CYCLONE CORN SHELLER
will be greatly over done next year, : :
and only those who plant under the best conditions O. E. TAYLOR Trav. A'gt Ocala, Fla. is not a worthless claptrap affair but has genuine merit.
will make a profit. Lawtey berries are W. B. TUOKER, Qon. A'lri, Orlando Fla. Retail price $3.00. Given with the paper one year for $4.00 or as a premium for three
new
quoted in the New York Price Current this G. M. HOLDEN, Trav. Agt! Loesburg, Fin! subscribers at $2.00 each, Address all orders to
week. 35 to 45 cents; from all other parts, of the W. H. FULLER, Trav. A'iPt, Tampa, }'Ja.
State, 25 to 35 cents. Lands for sale or rent at Or N. S. PENNINGTON, Traffic Manager FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER 1
;: reasonable rates. EG.. Hill!, Lawtey,Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.! ,
')-4tt4 W, II. PLEASANTS, General Freight Agt JOohso.a"1"\7J.IIe: \ r'1ca









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