Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00347
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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: September 14, 1895
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00347
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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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(..I.'iaber: s new tat.vogue rut Z854-'y ,recounts 17 years'experience with the eariy,productive; and hardy satsuma orange ,
and the vigorous Citrus trifoHata,which,without protection stands the winters as far north at Washington,unlniured.)
: Before buying your Nursery Stock, Investigate and know what you axe getting. Know that'
ORANGESJPOMELOS.CITRUS i ; FRUITS you are buying of a Grower and not a second or third hand dealer.

,. orange an Over goo varieties for lori a and Lower South,including figs,
walnuts, span chestnuts,kumquats,ornamentals. THE POMONA NURSERIESare
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E R S the most Extensive in the State and ofler all Home Grown Stock. Peaches. Plums, Pears
esting varieties in extensive expenmenta orchards" and"grounds,maintained. tar the purpose at considerable expense has Japan Persimmons, Grapes, Figs, Mulberries,Apricots, Almonds Satsuma and other Oranges and
been a leading feature of the business for thirteen years,and has amply repaId the outlay in the Information afforded. Guided Lemons on both
-I"obtained jn our own rose gardens,vre have selected,and offer,as' :

O VAR I ETI E S. ROSES: :! 75 ORANGE varieties of Roses all field and grown TRIFOLIATA and Budded and Grafted. Ornamental STOCKS.Over Trees, Shrubs. etc.

andsome. ,6o-pageTruit!growers annual andhorticulturaThanci.book'free I bull andcorrectaescriptionsj 40"accurate, NO BETTER STOCK. NO CHEAPER. NONE SO LARGE.
artistic illustrations t recent results with leading sorts)latest practice and best methods culture management. Send to
to to and
intending plant Experimental Grounds.
O. Ii. TABER.; Glen St. Marv;P1&, for new edition(enlarged and rewritten throughoTin of the CatalAme Ms pay ; my Nursery
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Headquarters for Fear Trees. Satsuma Oranges on Trlfollata. Celestial Figs,, bud wood of standard varieties,such as

One Year Trees now full ofFruit. Everbearing Mulberries for the Figs and HART'S TARDIFF, I ETI I ECS: Homosassa,Jaffa, Dancy
MAJORCA, Tangerine. Hart's Tardiff (or Valencia Late), St. '
Chickens. Elberta 1'each Trees the Thousand. 1t un Y.
Malta{ '
Michael Ruby, and Bloods, W. Navel,
Send Interesting Catalogue. -. JAFFA. Med. Sweet. SATSUMA, Mandann, Magnum
J.. H. GIRARDEAU, Prop, MED. SWEET, Orders Must be for 500 or More Each of
At the following prices; true Lisbon Lemon Villa Franca, Eureka
Royal Messina,Belair Premium, Everbearing -
HASTINGS' FALL CATALOGUE 1000, $5.00; 3000'$12.00; 6000 2000. ,and Imported Sicily Lemons.A .

CASH WITH ORDER.In few Pomelo Buds, $1 per, 100, S4.5O

.OF GARDEN SEED SUITABLE FOR FALL PLANTING, Lemons. Lisbon, Villa Franca, Eureka,at per 1,000, $10 per 3.OOO $20 per
same prices.Buds 7,000. CASH WITH ORDER:
delivered without further cost to you and
WILL BE SENT FREE TO ANY ONE. booked guaranteed now for to June arrive delivery.in fine Address order. Orders Can Give Best of Reference Both in
California and Florida.

Send at once so that your fall garden will not be neglected. Riverside Riverside Nurseries, Calf, CITRUS TREES, OLIVES, PALMS AND
Reference.-Orange Growers' Bank, Riverside,
H. G. HAS MJVO tic OO., SEEDSMEN.I Cal. Florida reference given wanted Address:
I Interlaohen, Florida.c4 Whittier, California.
Fraud-irFruit Wrappers. [ Cut this out for Reference.]



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An especially large and fine stock of pot grown TropiC'aI'and Semi. know that honest
now they get an ream REASONABLE PRICES
t Tropical Fruit Plants, Camphor, Cinnamon, Palms, Grevilleas, Surinam
:: J Cherry, and hundreds of other useful and Ornamental Plants are of 480 sheets and not 400for 320 sheetsto .
ream as some unscrupulous dealers
supply Genuine Bermuda Onion Seed Pearl, Bermuda -
We have several thousands of the finesttrained: trees(buds of course) of "White Silver Skin, Yellow Danvers and
Oranges, Lemons, Limes and,Pomeloes, in all standard and best sorts; OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE" ,Top or Perennial
Choicest ones but$30 per 100, packed free. They will average,3 to 4 feet, ;
(some much larger)and branched. Ready for Autumn planting. Send in your orders early. : ONION S1TS'1::'S.
Send for large Illustrated catalogue free. Wrappers are put up in packagesof
Finest Strains of Cabbage, Florida tested.
1000 each and each Wrapper is
REASONER BROS., Oiicco, Fla. A full line of all seeds.
Manatee River Region. numbered, in printing, consecutively Florida and Georgia Seed Rye and Oats.
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FRUIT TREES' Specially'Adapted,to Florida. toTHE Jacksonville, Fla.

Marianna Stocks Japan Persimmons Giant Loquat, Strawberry SOUTHERN PLANTING.
Oriental' Pears,"Japau Plums' on
Plants. Grape 'Vines, etc. Rare Conlferae, Broad Leaved Evergreens, Camelias 5o Palms JERSEY'CITY,-N. J.
and Cinnamon trees,Roses. The Greenhouse Department is the iargest'and Pears'a specialty. Trlfoliata Orange Stocks..
Camphor N. B. -We do not deal l in unprinted
10,000 the Southern States. We grow everything in trees and plants suited to Southern Prices Low List Free SUMMIT NURSERIES
hSulture. Catalogue free. Address P. J. BERCKMANS, Augusta, Ga. No Agents wrappers. Mouticello, Fla.

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: Live Stock. fertilizer.; it is hardly profitable to no one has made any money out of An Object Lesson in Freight Rates
use ; but when the animal has been them except the railroads: and commis- Editor.Farmer and Fruit-Grower ,
Feeding for Beef in Florida. well fed on a rich diet like cottonseedmeal sion men. Hundreds' of gallons of I will add an actual transaction as
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower.I or wheat bran, it has been proven cider have been made, also some most an object lesson in your freight
have just finished reading the ar that the plant food locked up in the excellent syrup, but a great portion anomalies. Needing some Le Conte
ticle'Transition." page 572. Permit animal manure is more valuable, froma rotted on the ground. Scuppernong pears to use commercially and noting
me to add my mite.If i money standpoint, than was the grapes are abundant ; some are mak-- in "Times-Union" of August 18th, the
I possible we should produce our ; food itself when purchased in the ing vinegar, others wine, while quan- statement of a'Lawtey pear grower that
; fertilizers at a profit. We cannot all market." tities will rot. he and his neighbors had thousandsof
I Ij, do this, but those who have access to I doubt if there is any State in the Some orange trees have made a bushels of pears for which there
lands that will produce herbage, low Union where to-day winter feeding splendid growth, especially where ,was no market and that he would shipto

and, if possible, mucky lands, are .so will pay better than in Florida. Thereis they have not been pushed, but many any one at 20 cents per crate to pay
situated as to produce fertilizers at a no State where fertilizers are more that were the best groves before the expense of gathering and shipping, on
profit; that is, to produce them as a needed, or where little, fertilizer will freeze show but little,life yet althoughthe the 20th of August I sent one dollar
by product. Beef cattle in Florida I go so far, or where fertilizers are higher, roots are very healthy and a good for? five crates of pears to be shippedvia
are low in summer. On page 571 the or where the difference in price in'beef sound collar is showing on nearly all. steamer Crescent, Jacksonville. '
FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER states cattle between September and Feb- Many of the sprouts have been bud- On August 24th. I received four
that at East Orange beef of good qual- rnary is as high as it is in Florida. ded,and have buds.from three inchesto crates of pears and the following
ity is two and a half cents a pound 'by And now about hogs. Ever since three feet high, while those budded freight bill : '
the quarter. In five months our butchers President Adams belabored Silvers' underground early in the spring are, The Beach &'Miller ,Line, St. Johns
will be buying Chicago beef and l opound'pig, the pig; question has many of them from four feet to seven River Steamers. Freight list *of
paying eight to cents a pound by the been before us, and in suitable locations : feet high with good spreading tops. steamer Crescent from Palatka, shipper
quarter. The East Orange quotationis --:- low, ,well l drained, marshy Mr. T. Wilhite and Chas. ,Pugsleyare 'G. S. & F. R. R., consignee E:'
presumably an extreme'case, but it ground-:hogs can perhaps be grownat very .fortunate in the stand they S. Hubbard.
is certainly true that good three and as great a profit as in any State in got by budding under ground, and Articles, 4 boxes pears, expenses95c
f four-year, smooth steers can be the Union. Put forty acres of well- from the size of the trees, should freight 400, collect $1 35
I purchased at-two cents .a pound, live drained muck land into Bermuda judge'they would have a number of Add wharfage . 12
i I weight. By buying such steers now, grass, fence the land in three or four boxes of oranges next season as they
-and not only holding them in their fields; put up moveable sheds for have over 800 of these trees.
present condition, but have them put shade, feed cotton-seed meal equal to, There will be no need to buy a These freight charges naturallywere
on a healthful.gain, so as to havethemadd one per cent. of live weight of hogs pound of northern hay this coming a surprise and hearing about
one hundred pounds in four or per day-that is,,if you have,fifty pigs season, as there is twice the hay that the same time from my brother-
five.months, you have a steer that will weighing twenty pounds each, feed can be used about here if people will in-law at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.,
produce a grade of beef fully equal to ten pounds. cotton-seed meal daily. only save it. WM. L. ORANGE. that there was no market in sightfor

the cattle that a butcher will be com- Make judicious annual applicationof Mannville, Fla., Sept.. 3, 1895. his Flemish ,Beauty pears, owingof
and broadcast 4 course largely to the Le Conte,
potash phosphate on
four and-a half '
pelled to pay cents a When is the Cow at Her Best.
pound for live weight in Chicago next your Bermuda grass. Use,improved, Professor Wolf of Wisconsin investigated glut, I ordered two barrels of him,
: .knew ,
February. In addition, he will pay fast-growing, grass-eating breeds, and as : approximately what the;
the what the
question, at age would be and also the
the freight on the four quarters from in judicious hands pork-raising is, pro- freight carrying
cow is at her'best as a milk producer, and of the fruit it,
fitable in Florida.E. keeping quality as
.. Chicago to Florida. It is possible he using for thepurpose such statistics as with'chemical fertilizersand
W. SHANIBARGER.Pine was grown
will have to basis of five
on a
pay are obtainable in this and ,
Paris for codling
Castle Fla. sprayedwith,,
cents a pound plus the freight but we ::
abroad. From his we gather
summary moth and Bordeaux mixture for
will four and half cents and the
say ; that the maximum quantities of milk dendriticum. The fruit,.
Florida butcher must have good, fat Kafir Corn and Arabian Millet. and butter which a cow will yield fusicladium has to hand and and
come freight
for the tourist Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:I
beef boardinghousesand '
will be given at about five years of age.
wharfage amount to'83' cents bar-
hotels. I send you by today's mail one head per
Before that time there is a steady in-
rel. This fruit culled and I
Now, assuming a man buys a bunchof of Red Kafir corn and a head of Ara- crease, while during ,the next two was ,
fifty Goo.pound steers at two centsa bian millet. The Rev. A. .Flower,.of there is a small decrease. It pay one dollar per barrel l.forit whichis .
pound, and sells them at four and a Boston, who ha> his winter home here, years seems probable'that the milk yield full market price, as they'were at
time of shipment quoted at $1.00 to
half cents a pound next February, and during a trip through the Northwesthad will not, in the majority of cases, decrease $1.25 in New, York and freight from
by generous feeding they have gainedone his attention called to .these two much between the fifth and the Poughkeepsie to New York is: 12
hundred each the forage and was informed that
account crops
pounds eighth or :the nineth years. The'results cents barrel. By actual trial one
will be somewhat on this wise: they produced more feed than any- also ,show that younger animals barrel per of the Flemish fills
50 steers, 700,pounds each, 4+ cents thing that had ever been tried. He yield richer milk than old ones, whichis Beautys
. . $1575 the four crates full and the comparison -
per pound procured a head of ,each and gave'them :to the general belief and
50 steers, 600 pounds, cost 2 cents contrary ; is as follows :
to the writer to see how they
per pound . . 600 the teachings of the old,'writers on 4 crates LeConte pears $1 oo
would succeed in Florida. I planted
dairy subjects. The age at which the Freight .. -. . i 47'' ,- ,
them March 4th, and they certainly
$975 largest returns and the greatest milk "
Now, assuming that he can coax exceed anything I have ever ,tried in profit accrue IS'' given at from six to -- "
each of these fifty steers to eat 500 Florida, both, for grain and fodder. seven years. There,is gradual in- Flemish
Beauty i oo
of cotton-seed meal the Those two heads have, produced all i pears
pounds crease to this and a gradual
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Freight on same . 85
next.four or five months, the feeder will the grain or ground feed, except one decrease.from this age on. The following -
have fed twelve tons of cotton.seed sack of bran, that I; have used duringthe is :his conclusion : "It seems $183
meal. At $20 per ton, this will reduce past two months to feed two horses evident that the maximum annual pro- ,
his cash down and about chickens andstill: Balance in favor of Flemish Beautysper
profits to $735. i seventy duct and the greatest profits obtained
But as his steers are about grown, I fresh heads keep forming and promiseto from a cow will, as a rule, come at ] barrel 64 cents.Furthermore .
there will be but little increase of lean continue until frost, and then ,will from five to eight years, and that one dollarper' barrel
meat or bone. In the assumed in- have double the fodder that the same "oung.animals giver richer milk than ]returns a fair profit to the Northern
hundred the in- of would produce. Stockeat ; J grower; gathering costs ten cents,
crease of one pounds, quantity corn older ones. How long to keep a cow
crease will be almost entirely fat, which the entire stalk. is'''another question. Keep her, as barrel and packing thirty cents, cart'

has no nitrogen or potash or phos-- Both, varieties are non-saccharine, long as'she pays for her board, and, age ten cents, leaving fifty cents clear
phoric acid to any extent. So if he and, unlike sorghum, they do not sucker some more.-Texas Farm and ]net to the grower.I .
is a careful feeder he will find his from the roots, but throw out heads Ranche. have always considered a barrel
twelve,tons of cotton-seed meal in the from the joints, which are smaller than .. 4 of apples or pears and a box of or '
manure-heap, except the oil. In fact, the center head. I am satisfied it will Not nearly so many guavas are :anges as about equal in cost of pro'
. on stock-feeding in general, as high produce vastly more grain and fodder coming to the factory by the mail-boat 4 duction and getting ready {for market
, authority as Professor A. A. Persons, than any corn or sorghum that has from Lemon City and Buena Vista :and the above compares favorablywith
Chemist of the Florida Agricultural been raised about here. Some of the neighborhoods. Mr. Carnell! is offer the returns of orange growing asa
inches dollar bushel at the wharf :: business in the last two or three
Experiment Station, bulletin No. 20, heads are over sixteen long, ing one a
page 20, makes the following state and when thoroughly' dry weigh about there which, {for the present, reduces :years.
ment : "The droppings from a half-- one-third of a pound each. the,shipment to this point.TropicalSun. Lawtey is about twenty-eight
starved animal possess little value as a Our pear crop has been large but 1 wiles on the map from Federal Point



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.Unless you ,know who you:are dealingwith. "CHEAP" Fertilizers are dearat, .any.price. :Our motto i is, "GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP," (not
Cheap Fertilizers, at 'Low ,Prices,) and we point ,with pride to thereputation, attained,by the LITTLE BROS.' Brands wherever used.
:. For,present conditions we recommend the use of following ,brand described in lour Circular Letterrof December 31, 1894, and which has already
been used extensively:
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as the crow flies and Poughkeepsie is I(healthy pupae upon .the(fungus ::that is' Preferred Varieties. this year has been over estimated in I

over 1,000 miles. i II said .to :destroy it. The. idea thattiwhite.flyis Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower : the opinion of competent .authorities.W. .
The Florida LeConte have all, ,the 'woods is K. TRIMBLE.
pears ;i : through a' I have shipped a great many buds
but a' short and uncertain ,season' in I mistake. 'have,: examined carefully! during the summer allover- ''the State, Manatee Co., Fla.
the Northern markets while thegrow'ers the -forflies, hatched f
during past:season and anticipate a much larger demandfor
have not yet learned to/caa from magnolias and other iforesti ever-. dormant work ,this fall It may Oranges and Other Fruits in Southern

or evaporate them. Therefore,',grant-, greens ,where white ifly was very;, be interesting to ,you to know the California.
ing that the Lawtey grower, cleared abundant before the freeze, but:have preferences shown 'by.growers in or- What a vast development: ''we are
only'shipping expenses and 'that no found none. Besides cape jessamineand dering ''buds of the different varieties. reaching .in fruit' matters The 'pro
better rates can be got from the rail-, other evergreens''.that people'have Eliminating from .consideration 'bud- duction of this year is a hint of the

roads, how much longer under about their yards there-isno danger wood supplied to nurseries, I find that future'and' yet it is only a hint. We
present conditions can Florida growers .white fly except. from the ,citrus fam- my greatest demand has been for the shipped during the past year I over
compete with the North for the ily. There' will always enough of Parson Brown, followed ,closely by 7,800 whole carloads of oranges from

limited home[market ? these thingson,; the property of people Centennial, grapefruit and Dancy's Southern California, ,,and.sufficient an
E. S. HUBBARD. who care nothing their neighborsor Tangerine, with Ruby Blood, Satsuma small lots to make a 'round'8,000'cars.'
'Federal Point, Fla.'White the country in which they'live to Homosassa and Nonpariel all Yet this is but a beginning. '/Look

........--- burden land .handicap the i energy of. good thirds. over the orchards which ''stretch all

Fly.Itditor'Farmer the State.I This ,would seem to indicate a general the way from Pasadena to :Redlands,
and. Fruit-Grower: drew! the original House Bill. No. tendency on the part of' the and the one startling sight is 'the
Seeing you request correspondencein 60, and spent a great deal of time/in growers 'in. the northern part of the thousands of acres of orchards' not:yet
regard'to :white'fly, will say, I saw correspondence trying to work it State to:follow''the advice of the "old- in bearing, or only beginning to'pro
"orange'',trees near New Orleans black through the Legislature. It passedthe timeis" to bud the earlier varieties.In duce.
with smut in 1885. : House all right, but, .as St. Clair speaking of the ,early varieties I The estimate that 'the.yield'ofthe
'They were 'old ''trees, scraggy and Abrams would say,' the Senate was must not 'neglect to state that the next season will exceed that of 'the
fruitless. I knew nothing of white composed of such a set of jackassesthat :. Mediterranean Sweet seems to be past season by nearly a million boxes
fly then but what ''I have seen since they never, could ,see the impor- much less in demand than formerly, seems conservative in view of the vast
convinces me that it was white ''fly. tance of the measure, so it never came presumably because it is a more ten- acreage of young trees.
,The next I saw of it was some years to a reading in that house. der tree; and also that the 'calls for the In comparing the conditions of the

after in 'Gainesville, Fla. It provided,:for the immediate extermination -: Pineapple 'orange, Marsh's Seedless present with those of the past it idoes
From Gainesville the fly was car- of white fly and.all shrub- grapefruit and Boone's Early have not appear that any material change
ried to Dr. McMillan's place on 'War' bery from which it hatched, on its been many. I ,have not been able to has taken place, save ,in the :acreageof
burg and ,to Judge Means' place on first appearance after the freeze. supply these varieties, though I have orchards 'and the yield of ifruit.
Orange Lake. buds of the latter two growing, andso From the first introduction of ''the
'The of this bill would have
: From these points it has spread al- passage far I have been unable to find the orange in California there has been
saved the State and the I
mast allover this country. to to transportation Pineapple variety. much in the nature of experimentalwork.
lines millions
Before the freeze it II got into my dollars. As It has been a matter of surprise tome It was first thought that 'the
Kirkwood grove of twenty acres, butI it is, the man ''who profitably grows' .that the demand for Jaffa buds has orange would, thrive ''best. near, the
in the' State hereafter will
sprayed at regular intervals with an oranges been small. Mr. Hubbard's statement coast, but this idea was dispelled and
have include in their
insecticide that killed every egg it to productionthe that.,the Jaffa.as'a mid season varietyis many an orchard has been ,uprooted
cost of the white 'Iwith'i'
touched; and by so 'doing I' kept the fighting fly hard to beat cannot be'' questioned.In because it was found that the climatewas
fly.'so few numbers that they never as regularity and 'system as is addition to the superiority of its not adapted to citrus fruits.

caused a smutty orange and very seldom bestowed upon gathering, packing and' fruit, it'has proven, with us at least, Then came a period ''when it was
the fruit. The
:smutty leaf. marketing man 'Who'feels to be a hardy and prolific tree. I will honestly believed and emphatically
that that he add
;My 'grove continued 'fruitful and' cannot ex- say to those who desire to improvethe asserted that the scale could not thrivein
of culture 'had best
prolific. I invented and had manufactured pense orange keep'his quality of Florida's greatest pro. the interior; and many a localityhas
in his from
the 'be-
a special nozzle for my own money. pocket duct, that they will make no mistakein "poinied with pride" ''to its beau
use, for economy of fluid, so the laborof ginning.The budding to this variety. tiful, clean orchards as evidence'that' I
'spraying was the greatest cost. .corporation power ,tn the,State Among the varieties of Blood or- there was no cause to fear the en- '
We have white fly now in Mican- is to blame for the present spread of anges, ,the demand has been decidedly croachments of the'scale 'pest. 'But

opy, which was kept on an evergreen white fly. They had. ,control ;of the in favor of the Ruby. I cannot year by year this line of fatality to the
hedge in Mr. Fontaine's yard. It was Senate and could have passed the bill agree in this case that the demand is a scale has moved eastward from the

not:known to be there until it hatchedout which,.had passed the .House with no criterion of superiority, for I have coast, and today the fact is, or oughtto
this spring. difficulty. I wrote repeatedly ,to both the DuRoi and Amory Bloodson be recognized, that there is not a
I'experimented with the egg of the Chipley, W. A. Thompson and,otherson 'the I same quality of land, same locality in Southern California 'where
white fly for over two years continuously :that side but to 'no 'purpose. As stocks,. and-always receiving the same the scale does not exist and apparently
,and I ''am convinced of this: they have the power they may in: fertilizer, and I have always found thrive upon the glorious climate. I'
That ;stringent laws enacted by the crease the rate.of-freight and keep up Amory's the:most prolific, and either am aware that this assertion will be
Legislature for its extermination, together their income 'in that way. If this the DuRoi or Amory's,equal l in qual-- vociferously denied. I am also'awarethat '
with the shrubbery upon whichit should: be the case Florida will 'relapse ity to the Ruby. .. I have seen the black, red and
will live during winter, is the only I into -what; it was-when I came The well cared for groves in ''this cottony,cushion scale in the very'dis.
means by 'which it can ultimately be 1 here ,twenty-eight years ''ago-hog, locality are 'looking' well,' having madea tricts claiming utmost exemption. *'
exterminated. 'I beef land potatoes and now and then remarkable growth during the sum- But what of all that? It is ;the,in-
. No fungus or parasite or other en- I I a box.of dry goods :brought in 'ion' the mer, ,and ''with no ,intervening accident evitable experience in all lines of business -'

.emy"'except man will ever ,cut 'any train., L., MONTGOMERY. Manatee county, will produce a big that unforeseen obstacles arise.It .
figure1' in destroying it. I have seen I Micanopy, Fla., Sept. 9, 1895. .: crop of:fruit ,next '''season. The crop is the array of 'obstacles' which,'pro580 -'



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i I idians feel proud of their State ando
all from overwhelming
tects us an .
the section thatproduced, them. NnlllliIIIIIIJ.--
competition. The orange grower who ;
I realizes the necessity of meeting exist- Another attractive feature;>- and

ing obstacles and overcoming them is one over which the visitors lingered I if'lTb.ereis
that Pain-Killer will
I the one, if conditions are favorable, long-is the Calhoun county honey ', no pain
who will be successful; and he will exhibit. Here sweetness is con-, / not stop. Colic, cramps, toothache, ear-

find his business the more profitable densed, 'in most attractive'form and ache, sprains, cuts, burns, bites and .

J because the obstacles have arisen to tangible proof afforded of the won- stings, all. yield. to its magic. A record
I derful of the beautiful
those who are not willing resources of ,than
i i overpower more fifty years proves thatOne :
which borders,
': county on)the. Chatta.
to purchase success by the necessary
I details of the busi- hoochee. There are several barrels of ,
application to the,
ness. this delicious honey and a pyramid. of Hiin is certain
i .
in which
; the jars the-amber-liquid showsin
It does not appear that growers
are any nearer being brought in a solid most attractive form. There'is also
i. body into the Exchange than they were one large jar which the, bees have < PAIN-KILLER
who filled with honey, and this proved'
last year. There are those judgethe
systems of handling fruit alone by be a great attraction: for hundreds A?
the net returns under the various meth- who thronged the building. r J kills 'pain
Mr. Fleetwood's, display of. oysters
ods it remains
and as long as an open
from his beds in Escambia. .
question whether selling to dealers Pain-Killer
Keep constantly on. hand- rr
the jars of shrimp; and collection,of -\ you
marketing fruit through independent can, never.. know when it will be' needed
associations, or through the Exchangehas turtle and, alligator, eggs :were: also, r !;
been the most profitable, so long great attractions for our country i The quantity has been doubled, but the price is still 25 cents.
friends, and will prove equally attract I\ Imitations and substitutes may be offered you-look out. .
will it be impossible to solidify the ) The
growers in organization. ,As it at Atlanta.No .
visitor left the central table with-
stands now, it appears that all partiesare
out' lingering long: and' admiringlyover
very well satisfied with the workof /I111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIllhi.
the' of of
pyramids jars preserved
the past year and the prospects of
the coming fruits jellies, jams, pickles, etc;, and, .
the bottles of wines cordials
Turning our thoughts to deciduous I catsups,
and peppers. Nearly:the wholeof; the.
fruit for a moment, we must' frankly
eastern side! of the building .is also !
confess that there is some disappointment taken up by a similar display arranged' rieties'was',contributed, by Hon. S. M. round,, the trees, they' seem to have

among: :the growers at the prices on,shelves. Thegood housewives of ,Robertson, Washington.[ been protection,in many, cases,'.and

realized.. It was thought this wouldbe West Florida!were,never more in'evidence -' Then there is a' large collection,, ,the growth is strong and healthy.
a ten-cent year for apricots, and than'in this exhibit It.is beau- grains and/cereals/: in inverted.jars in Thus, as is usual in Florida; we

sales have been slow at the prevailing tiful, andat: Atlanta they will share great:variety hops, seeds,nuts,.including still find each grower advocating what .

prices, eight and a half cents being with their husbands, brothers,and sons .some very rare and beautiful, speci- appears to suit,his plot,of land'without -

about the highest point yet touched. the'honors that are: sure to be'heaped mensof.chestnutsrJapan! walnuts, English in most cases examining into the

This price, which would have been upon the West Florida exhibit;. Much: walnuts, almonds, pecans and several environments and thus,so
joyfully: welcomed in a year ,of ordi-- of the)'beauty: of this displayis due-to. others., often concluding that "my land does

nary yield, has fallen wide of expecta- the artistic arrangement: it::by'Mrs. : Mr.! Runyon, Pensacola; has on ,better under,my ,mode of. treatment;
tions in this year of short crops.-Cali- Cash.Thomas.A ,exhibition some beautiful oil:and watercolor and therefore yours 'ought to do like-

forniaFruit, Grower. large case.filled with stuffed and paintings, and, the Escambia wise," a very lame conclusion.But .
"i I mounted sea. fowl of various. kinds ,school,exhibit, consisting of specimens it is the purpose of your. cor-
: The West Florida Exhibit. from St. Andrews Bay is stationed of the examination.papers of pupils in respondent only to' state facts as they

Before being taken, to ,Atlanta the alongside the tobacco.section.; our public schools, neatly bound inconvenient 'appear to himand'not; to advance any

West Florida.exhibit was displayed in The peach collection- the prideofthe : book form, carefully pro- theories-those are-.for.; the controversialists -:
Pensacola several days, and is thus exhibit. There are, many jars r tected,,by glass case. nd..scientists to developinto

described, in'part, by the News" : from the size of 3 inches by 12, each Among the minor: exhibits is a;nice practice.
A fruit display of such fine qualityand containing only five specimens of giant collection of pottery from Kohler's pot- There is one thing; and a, good
variety has never before been seen fruit, to.immenseglass tanks, 3 feet tery works of this city, and a jar of thing too, that the freezes have.done

in the South, and many experiencedmen high and 12 inches in diameter, in "engraved" orange preserves contributed for, this "glorious" and well-lauded
have expressed the opinion ''that some of which clusters of fruit con- .by a Tallahassee lady. The superintendent Lake Region. It has compelled ,the

it!has never been, equalled in any part taining 50 or 60 specimens, delightthe ; Mr. Thomas, has had old,growers to look to the soil,to yield
of the country-not even at the famous eye'and,inflame the' appetite.. much,sport with this, handsome speci-- ,them food for, man,and east,,.and the

California midwinter carnival.It I. The pears come:next! in:number of men of, ladies'' handiwork, telling many acreage of grass, clovers, ,peas.corn,
would be impossible to give, within collections and'' importance. Specimens curious inquirers! that they fruit came millet, peanuts, potatoes,. etc.,, is'.-so

the limit of a newspaper article a de- .from Washington. .county:of the from I:Svl.. ,a.tree 4rf that.t:,..had.._ been_ _n ..struck:I, ..1.. by........ large' that 'every barnj_shed- ;. empty
U thing, me ugiuca: uaivcu uicicuubeing house and. uuuuing of description -
tailed description,of this beautiful ex famous LeConte variety are shown, every
hibit. It contains specimens of pears, two of which weigh' 254' pounds. the work of the erratic fluid. are utilized, and the, demand for
There is nice collection of such is so far exceeding. supply
peaches, grapes, figs, apples, a : sea
pomegranates, strawberries, blackberies shells and.marine curiosities,.and near Groves 'in Lake County::, that some must perforce erect.some
dewberries, mulberries, huckle. it an exhibit of. palmetto brushes, and Bditor.Farmer and.I'ruit-Growerj kind, of shelter. for the, ,large forage

berries,raspberries,pecans,chestnuts- turned wooden cups and vases, from .It,seemsnow; that.some correct.view and feed crop now being,gathered;,

a,variety.greater, perhaps, than can be St.., Andrews Bay; also a.. fine sample may,,atr:Ieast,in part; be obtained of f They are at least; ten to fifteen
shown by any section of country of of. 'wood work contributed by Mr: the future:of' orange grove prospectsin times more than usual, and,how is this
similar extent in the world. That it George Maher of Pensacola stand ,Lake:county, but heretoforeit 'going to.work?
will attract the attention and admira- composed of hundreds* of. pieces; of has .been about all conjecture and Reforms do not go I backward usual

tion of hundreds of thousands at, At- native woods. Hats made of pine surmise,. and now that the rainy sea- ly, and once the, farmers,and growers

lanta there can be no doubt. Within straws, wire grass, and palmetto, and sonis; in all probability drawing, to a find they can grow.all the'feed they
itself it bears conclusive proof that the bonnets from the dish rag squash," close, we may" hazard finest peaches, pears and ''plums to be form apart of this section ,of the: ex- The loss of trees, has been more the demand for Northern' hay and
found in the country are raised in hibit. than of,, late recorded, but, not so grain will fall off, and ''the railroadswill

West Florida. Many specimens of The collection of early vegetables, much, as at the first: outcry. Many thus*lose so much in freights;*and
these fruits:are' shown in their natural preserved,in fluid like the fruits; is groves that have been cut down ap- it:is their own fault, because, insteadof

state on the twig or vine, and these very large and fine. pear,to be putting' out vigorous new easing up when distress was:on.our

being artistically arranged in the jars, Besides the corn on the stalk already growth from the roots, while close people, they increased charges .and
add novelty and beauty to the whole.In I mentioned, the walls on bothsides: of adjoining are trees still untouched made a-"splutter"- of free gifts of seed,
the matter of vegetables, West the building are ,lined with magnificent which seem* to be ,equally vigorous and drove men to leave hundreds'

Florida(will be in the front rank at specimens of millet, rice, pea vines ,- but where roots, have been carloads of melons and vegetables to
Atlanta. Every variety that can be (one of which weighed 150 pounds left covered,by.earth, some trees are rot because they added I more than the
grown in a, southern climate is to be when, it was, brought in) and :other only just budding out and others* are value of the free seeds: to-the legiti:

found:in this'' exhibit, and the specimens grains and grasses. A: splendid ex. still dormant; and when grass and mate charge''for freight;

:are. of a character to make ,Flor.' hibit of hay*in,bales.of-six,diflerentvai: weeds have:" been, allowed to grow It ,is,to be hoped\ this lesson will


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not be lost, but continued until home ought to be well rotted, though I have of making the long journey to Chicago. be had from oranges, etc., everyone
grown produce and feed will be the had good results from using it perfectly There are others, for home use, should have a family garden ; and by
rule,instead of the exception, and then fresh. In one patch last yearI more crisp and tender. the term family garden we mean a good
home made fertilizer will be "in the used cotton seed and guano;' any We have shipped mostly on consign assortment, and not the little dabs of
swim," and hold its own against the good brand of cotton guano will an ment, though the first year we had fifteen turnipmustard,radish and cabbage that
"abomination of.stinks" that'composethe swer; I use cotton-seed meal, kainit car loads stolen outright. The have heretofore been called, through
modern commercial accretion of and phosphate. Kainit or muriate is Freight on a car load to Chicago is courtesy, a family garden. With the
rottenness, yclept fertilizer. And especially important to make the fruit about $100.00. Last year I sold my exception of melons, pumpkins and
then again the railroads will find sweet, rich and crisp-meated. I puta crop on the ground, which is the most eggplant, all of the garden vegetablescan
freights on fertilizer falling off-but handful of the seed on each side of satisfactory way. The profits were not be successfully grown im most
they will gain it in other goods, for the hill, a few inches from it; then I excessive, but melons are a long way parts of Florida in the fall, One who
farmers will have more to expend in strewed a handful of guano along for ahead of cotton. The railroad people has not tried a good large,family gar-
'comforts and luxuries for their fami- about three feet, and covered the have promised to give us lower rates, den cannot appreciate how great a
lies,'so that it will be a case of "all's whole with two furrows thrown over and if they do so there will probablybe help a good garden is in reducing the
well that ends well." COR. it. Just before planting I threw up fifty or sixty car loads sent out from expense of living, and at the same timeit
Eustis, Fla. t two more furrows; making a fourfurrow this station next spring. It is my firm gives you a better living, than to
The above utterances as to commer- bed, as for cotton, then knocked belief that if the railroad will give us a buy canned stock from the store, even
cial fertilizers are not wholly according the; top of the ridge off with a cotton little better rates, within a few years a if you have the money to do it'with,
to wisdom. The evil odor of them board. thousand car loads a year will be ship- and from what we know, but few of
arises from, the nitrogenous elements ,We aim to plant here about the ped out of the section between the our people have the cash.It .
which are largely of animal origin, first of March. The proper way is to Choctawatchie and the Apalachlcola. has been said recently by one of
while the mineral ingredients are put in three seeds, then three days later G. J. P. our, agricultural papers that the man
mostly scentless, or, if they have an ; three more, each planting a few .. who fails to make all the hay or forage
odor, it is clean and wholesome. inches removed from the last along Farm and Garden Notes. necessary to feed his stock'this coming
Blood and bone and other highly nitrogenous the line of the guano. The entire year deserves to be poor and hard
mixtures are quite different planting continues for fifteen days.In up." Is it not' equally true, of the
lr from the high class commercial fertil-- [ this way plants enough are provided H. G. HASTINGS.At man who will not provide his family
izers used by the best fruit growers. to spare a few for the cut worms this time of. year we have many this coming year with all the fresh
. A barrel of the latter'c dld stand ina and if a frost falls and kills the plantswe inquiries as, to a fall crop of Irish po vegetables, that form so great a part
gentleman's kitchen without offense are only set back three days, tatoes. ,A crop of potatoes is easily of our diet?
to one's olfactories: whereas if all the seeds were put in made here under certain conditions.
1 j .4 at once we should be thrown back ten The culture is, the same as for a spring Many of our market gardening
Melon Culture in North Florida. days or two weeks. crop, and the principal thing to insure readers are taking a very discouraging -
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: First, I run around them with a i success is to have seed of the Florida- view as to vegetable crops for
h Our system of melon growing here sweep as I would cotton; then weed grown crop of the previous spring well market in view of the disastrous prices
i' is substantially the same as that of and stir them with a prong-hoe. When sprouted before planting. Unless you realized last season. There is no
!, Georgia, just over the line. We do the plants are large enough to fall have or can obtain such stock for seedwe question as to the fact that the freightrates
not pretend to compete with South down thin them to one plant in a hill. would advise you to let the fall potato are too high and should be reduced -
Florida; their melons are over and We aim to keep up the cultivation, so planting alone unless you are in a to give the grower a larger
gone before ours are ready. Yet ]I as to keep fresh soil turned over aheadof section where you can mature a crop share of the proceeds. But rates of
consider there is a good future for the the vines all the time, throwing it in January. The Tennessee-grown potatoes freight did not have anything to do
industry here as our melons in general in with a turn shovel toward the hills. I I now on the market will not, if with it. These are the facts to consider -
reach the far north, Chicago, Milwaukee If the furrow is thrown on the soft, planted now, germinate for at least i in connection with it: The
and St. Paul about as earlyas fuzzy end of a vine, and you lift it out two months. If you have not saved freeze of December 28th practically
they want them in any considerable with your hand, or even take hold and small seed potatoes yourself,or are un- wiped out the large acreage of cab.
number. It is stated that a committee lay it around out of the way, no mat- able to obtain them from neighbors, bage, onions and other semi-hardy
ii from Live Oak went up to Chicago ter how carefully it is done, you in- it is doubtful whether you can obtain vegetable crops that are planted each
once with a consignment and arrived jure it. The melon vine is very sen- them elsewhere, as we know of no'seed fall. This acreage, and it was a largeone
there in June. They found the sitive; it needs support. Its numer- house that handles them. was' forced into spring crops
people shivering in their overcoats and ous tendrils are not thrown out in all For sand or hammock lands the such as beans, squash, cucumber and
I they had to put on 'overcoats them- directions for nothing. The ground trench system of planting should be tomatoes in addition to the usual acre
selves, and had no appetite for their should not be kept too clean; a little used; for moist muck lands the hill age,, of these crops, and an extra acre-
own melons.. trash or a weed now and then will be system is best. age from orange growers who were
.We break up the land in December very acceptable to the vine as an an. trying to recuperate. In connectionwith
pretty deep, and check it off ten feet chorage. This is the month when the greater this came one of the most favor
square. At each check we put sever- Kolb's Gem gives the;best satisfac- part of the fall garden must be planted. able seasons of growth that Florida
3} shovelfuls of cow-lot manure, which tion as a solid shipping melon capable In,these times, when no income is to has ever seen, and the production was



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immense. Putting this quantity of a rotted on the.ground.SmithAnd POPULAR POULTRY FARM '

J few kinds of vegetables on a depressed your sales did not meet

market in the North, the purchasingpower your obligations for fertilizers, seeds, A PO P KA FLORIDA.
of which had been greatly cur- etc., on which you had relied to meet ,

tailed, by three years of depressed their payment ? '

business, was enough to break any Jones-Barely met them,and I havea f rHOROUGHBREDINDIAN +

kind of a market. Such a combina- good many neighbors in a worse con- GAMES.Good .

tion of circumstances hardly dition than I who not able
can occur am, are to General Purpose Fowl. Best Table Fowl known.
again. If the usual acreage of meet these obligations. ,

vegetables is planted in Florida this Smith-What other enemies to the BLACK MINORCAS.Greatest .

year and the acreage distributed Florida fruit and vegetable grower, layer oflarge,White Eggs.

among the different kinds of vegeta- which you referred to, have seemed to BLACK LANGSHANS.General .

bles, as is usually the case, there will conspire with the elements to bring purpose Fowl, Best Asiatic for Florida

not be the losses that came to so many disaster and discouragement?

last year. The conditions last year Jones-Why, I refer to the acts of FOWLS FOR SALE.olEGGS: IN SEASON.

were abnormal, but we see no reason our Legislature. It was sent to Tal- A few Cockerels at$i 50 and$2 oo. Will cost more next month. Buy now and save 50 per
Fowls at rates. One half the usual cost.
cents. shipped single express
why they should not become normal lahassee to give us railroad commis-

this coming season, so far as the sion that would give us some relief in MEAT MEAL, CRYSTAL GRIT, OYSTER SHELL, ETC.

trucker,is concerned. the of transportation. But it
way seems s. ''s_. DehANoY, PROP.
there was not a man in that body pos-
,Do not' forget to prepare your sessed of brains enough to frame a bill, Having other property will sell my Orange and Poultry Farm located on Lake Apopka"- 18

ground this month for your Bermuda in their estimation, that would do justice Acres exchange, 12 in for Grove.well located Good property.building, stock Write.implements etc. Bargain price. Terms easy' ; or will

onion crop. This is now one of the to the railway companies and the --

most important vegetable crops of producers. They seemed more inter-
of the South. Full directions for its ested in framing bills in the interestsof ng everything that was po ssible on Destruction Before" Re-construc-

culture were given in the "Ruralist"last the owners of range cattle and hogs, 1their lands, for the consumption of tion.
their families and animals, and in the -
who but of the
September. pay one-thirty-third
Commenting on the article under,
and in production of such.crops as would en-
> taxes, preventing incorporatedtowns
the above in the Ruralist"
heading August -
I The Way Out. and ,villages from taking meas- rich their lands, to grow cash crops,
the "Farmer and Fruit Grower"says
Prom the Florida RuralIst. ures of protection. In spite of all our but bind themselves under a heavy'

-Good build this forfeit, that ,not one dollar's worth :
Jones evening, neighbor efforts to legal fences, range article
"In the above the usually
Smith. It has been a long time since we stock will break into our gardens and would they sell that was not boughtand judicious editor of.the 'Ruralist' seemsto

had one of our farm talksand I am some- destroy the products. paid for before it was delivered on
the I think this would be better have been led away by the seduct-
what in the condition of the Apostle cars, '
Smith-And what other
grievanceshave ive jingle of two words in the, head
Paul, "cast down, but not destroyed." ? than to stop growing cash crops for
you ing. We have no idea that any of
But.I feel as though all my works for Jones-Did you not'read in the August Northern the industries of Florida will have to
the and have been de Smith-"If we could bring our producers
past more
year : "Ruralist" that while the ship- be destroyed to be reconstructed.
such these
together on terms as ,
stroyed. ment of tomatoes had ceased in Flor- Even the citrus industry is only suspended -
would be filled with
Smith-'Tis true our State buyers,
neighbor Jones.
ida because they'would not bear transportation "
for one
and would take their chances year.
Florida has passed through severe vicissitudes they
consumers were paying in with the railway companies. It would While the above was going to press,
the past, year, such as we Ohio from $2.00 to $2.50 per bushel ? the truckers of McIntosh and vicinitywere
reduce .
hope never to see again; ; but Floridais Smith-Yes, and I have been con- probably very materially ship- taking the following,action :
ments and in time result as in ship-
left us with facilities for the ,
recup- the of the "Ruralist
sidering suggestion WHEREAS Owing to the depressed
of its soil tillers ments from California, in such reduct-
eration possessed
by "
; that destruction be-
was necessary condition of affairs and the excessive
would demand
ions of rates as a
noother State. very
fore there could be reconstruction.That .
freight charges on our' vegetables,
of winter in
it would that
Jones-But seem
it fothe fruit and '
was necessary : steps must be taken at once to secure
of which wouldbe
only the elements, but all other forces vegetable interest of Florida to be destroyed Florida, the products ,better rates, therefore, be it
the middle and
,enjoyed by large
had conspired against us. The frost
and the transportation lines Resolved, That the vegetable grow
consuming classes in the North at
destroyed not only our orange crop, left without occupation before they that would make it possible for ers combine and unite in the effort to
but our groves and our vegetable gar- would give euch encouragement to the furnish all facts as to the profit or loss
tuem to use them.
dens. Florida producers as would justify an conditions Flor- on the business, so that our railroad
Smith-That is true, but so early inthe Jopes-Under past ,
extended business in truck farming. officials can have a just conception of
ida seems to me a.plucked goose, and
season the gardens could be
replanted -
the condition of affairs.
The truck farmer has
Jones- have make
those whom we sent to our
and the couldbe
orange groves in getting remunerationfor Resolved, That our fellow-growers in
turned into farm no assurance laws have done a good deal of the
crops or vegetable his work, in anything but the first plucking without any advantage to the State meet at an appointed time

gardens.JonesI products of his toil. It seems to be themselves. It is but. human nature and place in. their neighborhoods to
know the and ;
ex- further the condition of the
the policy of the transportation com- for railroad companies to take every improve
press companies were very generous to take for carriage the main vegetable growers.
panies advantage of the producers of Florida,
after the freeze in distributing seeds
and in them, part of what his high priced productswill so long as they can make it to their Resolved, That we, the vegetable
some cases, furnishing demand
assembled here
and the second third bring. When those prices are reduced own interests. The only way to make growers to-day, -
gratuitously, or
so that the larger consumerscan a lower'freight rate on our pro-
them change their methods will be for
time their
our people replanted gar- afford to buy, the price of transportation the producers make these methods ducts grown for market.
dens still to obtain "
hoping a remuner- Resolved That unless the
is still maintained so that the unprofitable by, the nonemploymentof transpor-
ative crop; and when out of money
tation do
cost marketing our crops makes it their roads,and equipments." companies very materially
with which to buy seeds, our generous prohibitive. I have been thinking if Smith.-The time must come whenit lessen freight, that we plant such pro-
Florida seedsmen furnished the seedon
ducts as we can use at home to ad-
there not some better
were way will cost no more to return a loadedcar '
credit and
than, ever an acreage before was known planted in suggested by'the editor of the "Rural- to Ohio or Michigan from Florida vantage and lessen our acreage of
Florida. ist" of a complete destruction of our than it costs to bring the loaded car vegetables.I
business to bring about the desired in Resolved further, That we demand
here. There is no reason nor justice
Smith-And what -
was your experience before
end. these rates be published putting
charging$70 one .and $170 for
that leads you to say your work way seed in the ground for the comingcrop.
was destroyed ? Smith-"One way was tried by the its return. There is no reason in

late had market gardeners of Gainesville, by charging more for a car load of .
Jones-Why, my planting This looks like the destructionof
; seasonable rains and crops never gave giving all their custom to one road, peaches from Georgia to Chicago than the trucking very industry unless thereis
'' of better results. first thinking that when the other lines from California, twice to three timesas
promise a reconstruction of freight rates in
, shipments were fairly remunerative in found they were getting no patronage far. Neither is there any reason in time to save it.
they would drop to reasonable pricesbut the transportation getting
returns; my second shipments, the .
I receipts were exhausted in the cost of the arrangement proved a failure, twice as much for transporting: as

I crating, transportation, and commissions and the different shippers returned to the grower gets for producing, and in A little powdered resin sprinkled on

: and when ready for a third the lines most convenient to ship by." many cases taking the entire results of to a cut will prevent inflammation;

shipment the railway companies re. Jones*'If the truckers could get his product for carriage. put a soft cloth around the finger and
wet it with water frequently.
fused to receive them unless the freightwas together, (and I was strongly in hopes .
prepaid or guaranteed, and so the they were getting together in the Flor- Let us hope that "glove contests" in *

bulk of my crop, which could beneither ida Fruit and Vegetable Growers' the future will find no place in the For the cabbage worm, spinkle with

f : kept nor find a local market Union) andagree, that, after produc-i United States or Territories. a weak solution of salt and water., '. y



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many a year upon the shelf, seldom' '
State News. Our Rural HOlDe.Edited'
: ,opened} ; I find it is full of useful suggestions SCOTT'S, H':

There were shipped from the.'port of by. MINNIE: GILMORE MILLS, :-ED. O. R. H. '
Punta Gorda the month of Au- St. Thomas Fla. -- *- 4
during ; .
j, About Our Flowers. CAR'BO-DIGESTIVE.
gust 17,024 tons of phosphate rock,. Among,:Our Home Folks.In For Our Rural Home;

1,020 tons domestic and 16,004 tons a old, but useful book, I 1! I know I am long since due, but the '
foreign. This.is the largest record fora heat household duties and I I IPositivelytho
find the following,regard to clean so on, COMPOUND.
month at this within I the
single port have done their ,
ing floors : 'To give boards a beautiful part to keep my pen .
history of phosphate.. At., $6 per ton appearance, floors should not be idle, though I am often with, you in f, ..

this aggregates an export business ofI02.I44.for often wetted;. but very thoroughly, spirit. As ,I look over the paper, on one Remedy for*the treat.,?
alone from ment of
$ phosphate when'done; and once a week dry rub- its weekly visits, wonder how your I
this for ,one, month. And.
port yet"UnCle'Sam' bed with hot sand and a heavy brush 'energy holds out, for every week it NERVOUS EXHAUSTION
with' harbor = ; .
puts up properly appropriationstoomeagre'to draina the right way (lengthwise) of the comes to us with something new. .j
; boards: How: have the sisters succeeded Simple and Aggravated.forms'of
Florida pond.-Punta Gorda Her- Wash them, with soda, warm' water with their flowers ? I am, afraid I

ald.Many and a brush; then with a large sponge have neglected mine somewhat. I Dyspepsia and Palpitation of tho, Heart*
of the vegetable growers are and clean water. Both times observeto have marigolds over four feet high, S
going to try f second'time the grow- leave no spot untouched. Clean and very luxuriant in foliage; I find
ing of potatoes, beans, tomatoes and straight and down the boards, then verbenas do not like to be trans- Does your food,sour after eating.? Are
easily confused and excited ? Do
other vegetables the coming winter, you
with clean cloths. planted. Petunias and blossom .
dry. ; grow in the tired'and'
with.the'hope,that theywillcome, outbetter you get up morning un-
Wash the cloths; sponges and wonderfully. if the ground is rich refreshed, and with a bad taste in: the*
with the business than the
re- brushes when done and keep them in enough. I had a nice tub of nasturtiums mouth ? "
turns-received' last:winter and spring; Is there dull sensation
a dry place. the finest I have ever grown, a cloudy at-
Thoughr-there are 'a great; many who 3ut.they matured noi seed. It is almost tended by disagreeable, feelings!:!, in the .
TO SCOUR BOARDS.,, head and ?
went into the business last winter who eyes
time to be getting ready for our
Are irritable and restless ?
will not touch it- again. They say Lime, one part;,I sand, three parts; fall plants. We can have beautiful Does you your heart thump.and cause 'youi
I there'is' :nothing it with, the present 'soft soap; two, parts; lay a little on pansies if we'sow: in the fall and give to gasp for breath after-climbing a flight,
I shipping*rates'.and present methods: the boardswith, a scrubbing brush, rub them plenty of, soap suds. I have ,of stairs?
marketing'--Volusia.'County.-Record. thoroughly, rinse it off with clean had a nice shade from the velvet bean Does it distress vou to lie on the. leftr

The borers are still.at work, but'no water and wipe dry. This will keep but for some reason they have failedto side Have? impaired dimnessof

damage to the new growth is yet'' per- the boards of a good color, and also blossom, though perhaps they: may vision you, depression of memory mind,,and gloomy:

ceptible; We' have been informed by keep, away vermin." later on. I think we are very grateful forebodings ?

Mr. Appleyard, of the "Gate City Nearly' every housekeeper thinks for all the green this year. We These symptoms mean that you are,'
Chronicle,". that'' Messrs. Lyman he knows how a floor ought to be miss the shade very much ; the back Exhaustion.suffering from Dyspepsia and Nervous- .

Phelps and Dudley Adams say the cleaned, whether she.has,to do it herself yard had, four large mulberry trees There is no other remedy extant that''
borerwill do' no harm and they'are or has a servant tordo'it' for her, hat shaded the kitchen I and west ver has done so much for this class' of trou
doing nothing to' destroy them. In consummation devoutly to be anda; but, alas they give very little tiles asSCOTT'S '

conversation ,with Mr. J. H. King a ,wished." But it' will require little shade this summer. Perhaps another

few days ago on this subject, he'stated1! effort, on the' part-of some reader of summer they may.I CARBODIGESTIVE'C0 ,
that at*Gee Hammock' he had noticed this column, to try this recipe;'and I think we appreciate our oak trees. ': .
wHere' they had worked in the live wish some'of them would do so; and Almost every street, has a row of 1PODND.-

, wood'the:flow of sap through the holes report result. A very great: portionof shade,trees, some of them being large
If has resisted the usual
Had.'killed them;Oviedo Gazette. the labor in a Florida home.lies in1' enough to give a good shade, whichis methods your of treatment we are particularlyanxious

I Mr. J.; D.. Prescott: says that his keeping the' floors 'with "a beautiful very grateful to all. We transplanted to have yon give this compound!

, orange grove on Sand Lake has put up appearance" at1'least respectably clean. .several castor beans that now, a trial. '
shoots"that are now taller than the I confess,I have outlived the delusion give some shade, at least keep the We guarantee" relief in every case and
trees were, before the freeze. The that a bare floor is really beautiful ground shaded around the house. I will cheerfully refund your money shouldour
remedy fail to produce the most grat-
sprouts have good stocks, are branch- to look upon; but there are vari- have a yellow pea (the seed sent by ifying results.

ing,. out beautifully, and are twelve ous reasons why many/of us should be the editor),that is just commencing to Please remember that the, appellation'
feet high. His grove was just begin- I content with them in some of 'our blossom, also some cannas that are Patent Medicine does not apply to

ning to bear before the freeze. He rooms, at least; The greater comfortin growing finely, and promise a fine Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound.,
says'he will have oranges on his trees summer is''one;' another'is the'difficulty -. show by and bye. SALLIE.

!, next year, and, his neighbor, a Mr. in keeping; woolen carpets free It is a prescription put up by a leading,;
Thistlewood, 'has trees quite as goodas from moths; (though I have had no Ottoman. physician troubles who has made stomach for and

,his. One encouraging: feature is, more trouble in that line here :For Our Rural Home. nervous We, court investigation a specialty and years.earnestly'.

that there are no borers or other in- than elsewhere; it requires some A pretty and inexpensive ottoman all'physicians'' to write us for the

sects on these trees. This is gratify-; care' everywhere), and quite' fre- may be made as follows: .formula of SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGES-)
.: ingtnews.. We hear of many groves'' quently the collapse of the pocketbook Take'seven tin tomato cans for the ,TIVE COMPOUND, which we will mail:

i. that""are coming out beyond the expectation suggests, if not, necssitates, the foundation. Cover them separately themselves on application of its, that harmless they character may satisfy and'.

of their owners. Verily, the need of economy. Mattings are nice ;with' any kind of cloth and sew them : excellent virtues.Scott's .
I orange industry is not dead in'Orange and cool, and may be kept on the floor together, one in the middle and the .
county yet. all winter in this climate. I have not others around it. Sew a strong, strip Carbo-Digestive CompoundIs

! One of the most,thrifty homes and ;used oilcloths here, so cannot speakfor 'of' cloth around the cans. Cut sev- [ the most remarkable remedy that"
; plantations in Brevard county, is that them ; but there have been such eral thicknesses of' cotton batting or science has produced. It has succeeded'
f of James Holmes, at Jensen. He has improvements made in these floor. old quilt'to'' fit the' top and' sew them where all other,remedies have failed.
in within the few around the Sold by druggists, everywhere. $1.001
some forty acres pineapples-probably coverings past years down : edges. I
,.the largest field in the county. that some of "Our Rural Home" folks Cut a cover for the top from 'the per bottle. Sent to any address .in
America of
It_bears evidence of having receivedthe may be able to tell us something about best,part' of an old black coat. (If it Don't forget on receipt that we price.cheerfully'' refund-

:best of care, and the result' of in. hem.: Has'anyone used linoleum? I is broadcloth the wrong side' will look your money if results are not' satisfactory. -

telligent effort. Mr. Holmes has always enow"it is a serviceable carpet. A.lady, as. good as,new.) Order direct if your druggist, does*
been considered a shrewd business who intends' coming' to Florida this Outline a design 'in the center with not have it.Address.

man; ,he has adapted his careful fall wishes information upon this,sub.. 'gold colored Roman floss: Sew the all orders to,

methods to pineapple culture, and ject; and I would, be glad, for her cover to the'top'of the ottoman and a CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG: CO::;;
does not stint his plantation. Every- sake, if some of, our readers would double piece of strong cloth (grain t
thing required 'in the way of labor and send some ideas, gathered from their sack will do) to the bottom. Draw a TOPEKA, KAS.

fertilizer is liberally bestowed; and, own experience r or that of. their neigh- strip of the black cloth smoothly i i Hi i i iii.

barring, another freeze, Mr. :Holmes bors, before myNorthern; friend packsup around'the ottoman, to cover the sides, 500 BOOKS, ETC., FREE:"
will) undoubtedly, ship several thousand velvet and moquette carpets to bring apd'sew it firmly in place; Cover '
mail beautiful
'crates'of pineapples next summer. with her into the piney woods, where both edges of the strip with a strand' Send souvenir ten cents of the and Cotton'get by'States return and International a -

He informed us' he uses' about fifty, she will have about as1' much use for. of> gold ,colored Asiatic' couching. 'silk Exposition,, postage prepaid, and your.;>
name and address printed in the Atlanta Journal
tons of fertilizer per annum. This of them as I would' have for a grand sewed on with Asiatic filo. of Commerce's special,"Mail Order Directory:Jt) .

itself involves an outlay of nearly two church organ in my, humble sitting- A: piece of gray waterproof flannel ,I that order will firms go to who exhibitors will send and you hundreds sample of.books mail;

thousand1'dollars.-Indian' River' Advocate room. or even blue or brown denim, papers, etc., FREE. ,
The old- book- Ii refer : to has', lain may be used with a decoration of I JOURNAL COMMERCE Atlanta;Ga,;*'





black Asiatic rope silk, couching silk, Servo on a bed' of lettuce leaves with fresh cream! added''' tends, to check1

and'filoJ,,2000,:land ,with the slight expense ,mayonnaise dressing. Dairy. natural changes and prevent too rapid-
NASTURTIUM SALAD.-Peel and cut in ,
,of. the silk to decorate it, you thin slices equal quantities of cold boiled Silos. souring, while that already gathered

will,have' a comfortable. rest for tired potatoes and good ripe tomatoes. Chop helps temper or ripen'the fresh lot'and\

fe'ef and an ornament for your rooms. small?,white/onions into very fine bits in fit it for the churn. On this account

R. 'E. MRRRYMAN.Reoipe8. ..j|1, the proportion of one to a quart of tomatoes : Ensilage, doubtless,. is better ,than, it should always be well' stirred whena
and potatoes. Then select nastur- dry feed for butter'cattle; but the opinion
4 new lot is added that it be
tium,blossoms and i leaves with long, per- seems to be growing that it is infe may
fect stems and ,arrange them around the 'prior to fresh feed. And alike all through the mass. The cream
For Our Rural Home:'' edge of the dish so as to form a border green experi should be slightly acid, uniform and
Eaa'PL1' Pare 'the ,cut'into '' :ment proves the opinion to be based
ANT- off skin; with the stems all running down the cen-' agreeable to the taste. If cream be-
slices half:an'inch'thick and let it'lie'for' fact. The following seems
ter. Lay the tomatoes and potatoes' in I upon report haves it is and' this is
several hours in salted'water. To fry it wrong wrong,
the dish in alternate layers and' sprinkle convincing:
put a small quantity of lard or butter into each with,a little of the chopped onion. I "TheIAlabama i Experiment Station where judgment and skill is called,, for

tlie frying pan, 'when, hot lay in the egg Pour a French dressing over the whole, took. four and divided on the'' part of the worker, as too
plant; when one side is done turn the and let stand on ice for two hours before Jersey cows' much guess-work is often the cause of ,
slice'::over., See that' each one is thor- serving. You will find that the nastur- !them into two lots as nearly equal as poor butter-having the cream the

oughly cookedJ'AIiOT1IERAfter, tiums not only make an exquisite garnish, possible in their milk yield. They were ripeness. A little
paring, cut in very but that their flavor is delicious. Before fed for two periods of fourteen days proper experiencewill
thin slices,.let them lie an hour in salt serving toss all'the ingredients together ''each,.both'' lots receiving the same feed soon teach you this. Then vary
and water; season with pepper and salt, 'and eat flower, leaves and all. Throughthe of and lot all only as you find it necessary on ac-
dredge' with powdered* cracker, or fine long stems these latter will have absorbed grain, one receiving they count of'' the weather. Next see thatit

bh ad'cr mbsbeat up'an'/ egg, dip'in'the the dressing and will be peculiarly ,would consume-about' forty pounds is of the right temperature. A good

slices and fry in hot lard; ,butter or beef piquant in*flavor. -New York Herald.Insomnia. each per day-of green rye, and the dairy' thermometer is -
drippings. ,Fry,slowly until a dark brown ---"S. ,other all they would consume of ensi, as
on'both sides.STUFFED good butter as is a'' good cow. If

EGO PLANT-Peel the plant i ,lage-avout twenty-five ,pounds' each cream: becomes too foamy the, troubles ,
whole, cut it in-two;let it'lie in salted water j I Prom the Herald, Baltimore{ Md. per day. In the second period the'lot: caused by too much'' lactic acid.

for several h'ourtthen scoop out the in- Mrs. Jessie Shea is a young married that received rye in the first period,re- Either the cream' has'become too' '
side,' chop it'' fine, mixing,with'it crumbs "woman whose tidy home is at 855 West ceived ensilage, and the other'lot con- sour
j or'it
breadsaltpepper and butter(though it Lexington'Street, Baltimore. For many versely. The'ensilage was much richer may caused by the cows drink-
is rich enough without butter). ,Fry this 'months.Mrs. Shea'was' a terrible sufferer feed : ing' impure water. If butter i is long
than the for it1 cut' and
dressing,return the hollow egg plant, from a nervous, affection which resulted' rye, in coming'' stir in about three tablespoonfuls -
lay'the'two'pieccs together, and' bake in in general debility and superinduced'that placed in the silo, ear and all, when of good salt' to' every two
an'ovem oftimes incurable malady, insomnia., A the; kernels had just,glazed. of
gallons cream and churn at about
PUMPKIN PIE.-For( : Patty:Pumpkinseed Herald reporter called at her residence "The results were as follows: In the ,
): ,Cut up a nice cheese pumpkin, recently, and was shown into the neatly first period of fourteen days the two 60 or 62 degrees,.,at a uniform and
take'out, the seeds and stringy inside, furnished1'parlor and told.that Mrs.' Shea steady speed,not too fast.
nine and
pare off the' rind'and cut the pumpkin would be down in a few minutes. Soona cows on rye gave twenty. one- /.g

into- small pieces and '''put into'a kettle light step was heard,tripping down the fourth pounds,of milk more than the Many people are,not stripping fodder -

with teacup of water; cover the vessel stairway and Mrs. Shea, radiant with others. In the second, period, there this year. Fodder makes' poor .

and set it over a gentle fire. Boil until the health and' the vigor of young womanhood was a balance of seventy-two and one- feed for stock and as there is
pumpkin is soft enough to mash. Pressit entered'the room. When asked if fourth pounds in favor of the an
rye. abundance of fodder is:
hay not badly
colander eeive mashing she had used'Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
through a or a .. ,
"The'effect of the two feeds' the ,
,, with ladle or wooden spoon. Whenit with a smile which betokened the utmost on needed.-Gainesville'Sun.
,is alljrubbedthrough; add milk enoughto satisfaction the young lady replied quality and yield of butter will be,de /.1

make thin batter, and to every'quart "Yes, I have used' them, and had I not termined by another experiment." HOW'S THIS?
of; this add four, well-beaten eggs, a teacup heard of them doubt if I would have A correspondent of the "Florida '
of sugar ,and salt spoon of salt, a been here to answer your call." Citizen" writes of the advantages of a' We offer One Hundred Dollars, reward' .
teaspoonful extract of lemon, the same of Continuing, she said: "About two for any case of Catarrh ''that cannot be
silo in Florida follows R. H.
ground1 ginger and some grated'nutmeg. months ago'I' :had an attack of'what the as : cured by Hall's'Catarrh Cure. -

A-less number of'eggs may'be used, and doctors termed nervous prostration. My Skidmore of Clarkona has, put up, a F. J. CHENEY & CO.,.Toledo l ,,0;

they maybe' made without any, but are appetite left me entirelyand what' little large silo this summer and has ,it well We, the undersigned-have known F.J;J*.

less delicate. sleep I got and it was very little, I;assure filled with ensilage. The advantagethat Cheney for the last 15 years, and*.believe
Bake ,with one crust for half an hour, you, was not by any means refesh- ,,this method of curing forage has rim perfectly honorable in all business
or until'' the ,top is'a rich brown, but'not ing. On the contrary, when 'I awoke transactions and financially able
'is:that the to
over hay making crop c nbe carry
I had such tired and '
dark from: a nap a exhausted out
any obligations made by their'firm.WEST .
PRF.8ERVED'PUaIPKIN-Cut: a thick yel- feeling.that: I:was loth to try to put up in any kind of weather, &TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists
low pumpkin into strips two inches get to sleep again. I continued to lose and much:' can, be saved during the Toledo. O. ,

wide and fivei' or six. inches long;: flesh day after day until I was almost a rainy season that'would be lost in, an WALDING, KINNAN--&'MARVIN, Wholesale -

pare them, take one pound of sugar to shadow compared with my former self. attempt:to cure the crop for hay: Mr. Druggists, Toledo, O.Hall's .
each pound of fruit; Scatter the "As soon'as Ibegan' to take the Pink ,
sugar Skidmore has been quite successful informer
Pills I commenced to I Catarrh Cure is taken internally
improve. am no '
over it, pouring two wine glasses of lemon ,
'juice over each, pound of pumpkin. longer troubled with nervousness. I havea years on a* limited scale, and acting directly upon the blood and; mucous -'

Next day'put the parings of two or'three good appetite, experience none of the this success has induced him to attempt surfaces' of'the' system. 'Testimori-

lemons with'the eugar and fruit, and! feelings incident to indigestion, and ,I ; a larger sized,silo. He may be ,ials sent. 'free.' Price 75c. per: bottle..,
sleep as sound as a healthy child. The Sold! by all Druggists.
boil the whole three quarters of an.hour, leading 'Florida farmers into a way
or long enough to make the pieces tender pills are certainly they are representedto which will result in profits to ,
and'clear without breaking. Take out ; be, and, as I believe I owe my life to :
used them I shall always them' inasmuch as it will work great: .r r .ice ca .-
the pumpkin, lay1' it to' cool, strain the the: fact of having .,
syrup'and pour over it''. cheerfully,recommend them,, to my i saving in the matter of feed. FERTILIZEECONOMICALLY;

POTATO OMELET-Take a cup of mashed friends, and other persons whom I find While ensilage is inferior to green'it

potatoes and,four eggs, season with pep- to be'suffering from" the maladies of which is vastly superior to, dry food,' and
salt and little It should they cured-me.: PROFITABLY AND EFFECTIVELYBY
a nutmeg. .
per avoids the of in
difficulty haymaking
made'thick' and a little lemon juice Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in' a BY THE USE OF. '

will improve it. Fry light,brown. An condensed form, all the elements neces- wet.weather. e. NITRATE' OF SODkwwY '"
to give new life and richness to the .
easily;made:and nice dish for breakfast sary: *- -* ;
Nearly all fertilizers are Ineffective because\ l
or:'lunch.. blood and restore shattered nerves. Theyare Butter they contain too little NITROGEN ("ammo- .
also a specific for troubles peculiar to Making. nia") and this little In an insoluble,form.
Being an interested,reader of the,,"Ru- Add a little NITRATE or SODA to these and
ral Home for the past two years, I wanttbadd1my females, such as suppressions, irregularities the result will be astonishing. .
and all forms' of weakness. From the Florida Ruralist. telling how
: mite to the recipe column. They I A PAMPHLET FREE and whento
Have' gotten: many good hints from it build up the blood, and restore the glowof Cream must be kept under the same use nitrate, and how to buy and use fer- .'
health to pale and sallow cheeks. In conditions that tilizers most economically. Address
thatihaveohelpedi'me: out greatly.AN favorable are requiredfor y S.M, Harris, Moreton Farm(CP.0.),New York. 1 1.f.
OLD SUBSCBIBEB. men they, effect a radical cure in all cases milk. When enough has been .,;?'.<''H.>' ..e.<'>>L> .
.. arising from mental worry, over-work, or from the different
excesses of whatever nature. Pink Pills gathered skimmingsto
STUFFED Eaas.-Boil ten eggs twenty are sold in boxes (never in loose bulk) make' a churning, see to the temperature -' *.
minutes. Peel off the shells, and cut'cacheg at 50 cents' a box, or six boxes for $2.50, ; have'that'' about 60 degreesF. .'. n.roat PIGS. Jersey.Ouem"lIt1Ho-"
in half so as to form'two cups. and may be had of all druggists, or direct rule that is hardto stein Cattle. Thoroughbred
., thought as a cream
From' the*end of each ''cut'a'smalls1i Sheep FancyPoultryj'Hnnting.
cup mail from Dr. Williams' ,Medicine __ ____
churn, Catalogue.
twill stand firm Re- requires a higher temper- ochranvlllelohester
e BO they Company Schenectady N. Y. 8. W. 8MIT Co., Pa.-
\ move from each egg the yolk.and.put. all ature to start with than cream that
together a bowl. Mix together man Lavender Water Put half a pound of, begins to separate at the first motionof

earthen stew pan two eggs well beaten in fresh lavender leaves into' a double boiler the churn.; It ought to take from ATLANTA WOMAN'S COLLEGE;
a' teaspoonful of dry: mustard, three pour over them half'a pint of soft
tablespoonfuls.of sweet- cream, one tea- water, cover and simmer slowly one thirty to forty minutes to churn, or ATLANTA, GEORGIA.

spoonful ,of'salt,one teaspoonful'of,pepper hour. Take off the' fire'and cool. Add one hour; including the washing. It D. W. GWIN, LL. fi., ) co-Presidents: '
,jtwo,teaspoojnfuls of olive oil and two 'one pint and a ''half of alcohol, strain I is quite necessary to churn often, as 'v. U. SEALS, A. M., {

of vinegar. Boil till it is as thick as soft twice and bottle for use. Do not get the cream is never improved by too'' long Assisted by a full corps of:able instructors In'1 all' .
then'remove alcohol the fire inflammable. departments. The scientific method of in strut-'
custard, from the fire and near as
add to the cooked:yolks. Fill the cups Glass stoppers'should b'e use'din the bot standing' and without good cream you tion pupils.pursued.Session Ample begins accommodatlons'for Sept. 4th.. Address boarding

with the'mixture eet'on'ice'tillcold.' ties. cannot' produce good butter. The above, or NAT T. SEAM, Business Mgr.I .



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Year-Book of the Department of the attention of Messrs. Howard & AN ADDRESS.To ,
Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower
: -
i Agriculture. Wilson to this section.A ,
the Farmers and Fruit and
Secretary Morton's report for 1894 few paragraphs of Mr. Wilson's '
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Vegetable Growers of Florida.
For One Year ...............................12.00 is just received. From a very interesting account are as below :
Por Six Months....................... ..... x.o on fertilizing as to its effect "As we race through the State we At a meeting of farmers and fruit
In Foreign Countries ....................... 3.00 paper and held in Or-
Subscriptions in all cases cash in on the orange, by Prof. H. J., see numerous herds feeding. Theyall vegetable growers
advance. No discount allowed on one's Webber, we have room this week only look fat and sleek. They are not lando, on Thursday September 5, in
) own subscription(except in a club), but to< for the such cattle as we are accustomed 'to I pursuance to a call issued by a com-
I all agents a liberal cash commission will SUMMARY. see in the West, however. The little mittee of Lake county gentlemen, the,
be allowed on all subscriptions obtained scrub runt bulls which we see here and following resolution was adopted :

by To them. Write new subscriber for terms.we- will send, Summarizing, it may be said- there amongst them, which a Western Resolved, That a committee of three
postpaid, a copy of Whitner's "Garden- ((1)) By a proper combination of the cowboy would shoot on sight, tell the be appointed by the chair and authorized -
big in Florida. For two new sub- various elements used in fertilization story. Good bulls, to grade up the by this meeting to prepare an ad-
scribers, at $2.00 each, we will send, one can undoubtedly largely govern stock, are greatly needed. Also a dress to the growers and producers of
postpaid Culture.", a copy of Moore's "Orange the quality and flavor of the fruit. care to supply winter forage to keep South Florida, asking them to unitein

Rates of advertising on application. ((2)) To obtain a fruit with thin rind,, the cattle in good condition when the an effort to secure lower rates on
Remittances should be made by check, use nitrogen from inorganic sources in natural grazing is not so good. As farm products, fruits included, and
postal note money order or registered moderate quantities, with considerable several tons per acre of forage can be also to the traffic managers of the
letter to order of potash and lime. easily produced, there is no reason transportation lines doing business

FARMER AND FRUIT Jacksonville GROWER, Fla., ((3)) To sweeten the fruit, use sulphate why it should not be supplied. The here, urging them to give us a cheaperrate
of ammonia in considerable beef market is good. Common cattleare on our products.The .

NOTICE abundance, decreasing the amount of cheap; but good dairy cows bring following committee was appointed -
potash. good prices. It will only pay to bring : Mahlon Gore, Geo, H.
If you receive a copy of this ((4)) To render the fruit more acid,, good stock to this country. Wright and J. Q. 'Reese.

paper which you did, not, order, increase the amount of potash and use HORSES. It needs no special,,gift,,of discern,

consider it an invitation to sub- nitrogen from organic sources. We rode behind a native Florida ment to recognize the critical condi-
I If it is desired to increase the tio'n'of the farmers and fruit and
scribe. If you do not want it, ((5)) horse, belonging to County Clerk Han- vege-
size of the fruit is sometimes the table of Florida their
as growers orange
I kindly hand it to a neighbor. ford at Green Cove Springs, which
case, apply a comparatively heavy will do his mile in less than three crops gone for a term of years, compelled -
of in organic to the products of
CONTENTS. dressing nitrogen some minutes. Good horses abound here. rely upon
I form and slightly decrease the other The medium-sized horse is best adaptedto their farms, and no profit. farm pro-
I elements. In the of the Tangerine ductions under the order of
LIVE STOCK-Feeding for Beef in Florida; case this We would not advise present
Kafir Corn and Arabian Millet When- country.
: Cow is at Her Best...............;............. 579 and Mandarin, where a larger sizeis bringing heavy horses. Mules are better things. We can produce the crops.
I An Object Lesson in Freight Rates............. 579 usually desired, a heavy dressing of Prices in the Northern markets are in
I to work. As there
: adapted heavy
White Fly; Preferred Varieties; Oranges
I fertilizers would favor this favor. The trouble is in
and Other Fruits in Southern California.. 580 nitrogen our high
I Northern here the
more people
are ox
I The West Florida Exhibit; Groves in Lake end and is unless and in the of
County........................................... 581 I not objectionable mule and bull carts are not so muchin freight rates system
,I Melon Culture in North Florida; Farm and carried to excess. marketing.We _
I Garden Notes .............................. 582 Fertilization has evidence as in other parts or'the for concession in
((6)) an important can hope no
The Way Out Destruction Before Reconstruction South.
I I .....;... ..... ....to...... ... ...... 583 bearing on diseases. freight rates unless we organize ,and

I t OUR About RURAL Our'HOME; Flowers-Among; Ottoman.Our Home.......Folks..........; 584 ((7)) Die-back, a serious malady, is in DAIRY PRODUCTS. demand them, and put ourselves in a
I,, Recipes ............... .... ..... ............. 585 all probability the result of overfeed. "As in other parts of the South, position to force a recognition 'of our
I; DAIRY-Silos; Butter Making.. ..... .... 585
\;{ EDITORIAL, -Year Book of the Department of ing with nitrogenous manures from.organic most of the dairy products consumed demands. We desire no fight with the

j, 'Law Agriculture; An Address; A Colony to Farmers.for Florida..._;..Game.*.... 586 sources. These manures, if usedat here come from the North, if, indeed, transportation lines. Our interests are
Advertising Schemes; Markets ............. 587 all, should be applied with great what the latter used should be called theirs. But we want them to recognizeour
Court at Razorback:Corners(continued) 587
Weather and Crops ... ......... ... 588 caution. dairy products. Hog factory products interests, and see both sides of the

Strawberries Factory...in...South.......Florida........;..Guava.......Jelly....... 590 ((8)) Foot rot, although not primarilydue would be a more appropriate name. question. With cheaper rates of trans-
.. to improper methods of fertiliza- Some of it never saw the shadow of a portation we could enlarge our armyof.

' tion, is, no doubt, considerably influ- cow, There is no need of this, and consumers, and could put food
: Weather in Jacksonville. enced by this cause. those of our colonists who will go into products, which we are now barred
".: Week Ending Sept. 9, 1895 ((9)) Insect diseases are also appa- the dairy business and conduct it in. (From shipping, into the hands of the

a" a H Ii'-bO rently influenced by the use of fertilizers telligently will make money. Good, masses. We would still have the ad-

DATE. iii a CIS M v hw organic manures rendering the giltedged: butter can be contracted the vantage of the high prices early in the

-- - trees more liable to injury from this year round at 35C. a pound. This is season, while our shipping season
Sept. 3..7 75 86 72 14 79 source than chemical, fertilizers. about the is the lowest would be prolonged and we, would
:' ''Sept. ......... 78 b6 72 14 79 ,,35 average; 270. ,
Sept. ......... 78 86 71 IS 78 .00 report we could get. Jacksonville will realize a fair return for thousands ofdollars'
....... 4
Sept. 6. 87 16
Sept. 7..... ....77.77 79 79 90 71 71 19 SO 79 .00.co i. take all that can be made." worth of vegetables that now
Sept. 8 .......78 79"< 88 73 16 to! .00 A Colony for Florida. rot in our fields.
...... .. .
Sept. 9. .77' 78 87'' 74 13 80 .08
- Messrs. Howard & Wilson, of Chicago Relief can only be hoped for through
Mean ........76 78 87 72 IS 79 .43 are the publishers of Farm, Field Game Law. organized effort., Organization has I

r Total T. Trace.rainfall. and Fireside and the Western Rural. As a resort for health and pleasure been attempted heretofore, but has
They have hit a novel for seekers Florida is indebtedto
\ A. J. MITCHELL Observer. upon plan infinitely been only partially successful. We
.. arousing the interest of their readers her climate, her birds, game and recommend a State organization, witha ,
and securing subscribers, and that is fish, for the scenery is mostly monoto recognized head, and with an ,,exec
Key West has been bonded,to the the simple expedient of organizing; nous. Even the Legislature, with its utive' committee. Such officers to

I extent of $500,000 to build a road colonies. They have sent colonies to hidebound devotion to the razorback, perform their duties without pay., If

I connecting all the islands from Key California and North Carolina, and realized this, and they have made various found necessary, we recommend the

West to Key Largo.. now they have in hand a scheme for laws for their protection. They employment' the best legal,talent tope

.. -<-S.- planting a large colony in Clay countynear may not all have been, wise_ laws, but obtained, to look after our,interests
Forty-seven ministers of the gospelare Green Cove Springs, if a sufficient they were well intended. The fish in the courts when: necessary. To
stockholders in the London brew body of eligible land can be pro can never be destroyed, for they have attain this end there should be county
ery company. Is it any wonder that cured. all the oceans of the earth for breed- and precinct organizations. These

the liquor party are in power in Mr. James W. Wilson, of the above ing and pasture grounds; but the birds should be close and compact. To

that city ? named firm, made a visit of recon and game are cooped up in a penin- provide the necessary funds required:

noisance to this State and in the Farm, sula which reckless pot hunters shoot for stationery, postage, legal fees etc.,
There were 16, 185 bales of tobacco Field and Fireside of September 7, he through and through-often merely we suggest a membership fee of ,one

weighing 1,654,870 pounds, im publishes a report twelve pages in for the hides and feathers. The amountof dollar, this money to be kept in the
ported to Tampa the past year, against length, besides four pages of elegantcuts eating in a piney woods deer is in- treasuries of the subordinate organizations .

10,073 bales, weighing 1,033,539pounds of the scenery and products of the considerable, and in a land where a only to becalled out at such
in '1893-94. section about Green Cove Springs.The living is so easily made otherwise, times and in such amounts as the State
I .. account is mainly just and cor these little animals ought to be let exccutive committee may decide to be

The Ft. Myers Press prints as an rect. A considerable part of it con alone. They amuse the tourists, and necessary. All State officers, and,
original contribution a poem entitled sists of extracts from immigration circulars with them it is""great cry and little members of the executive committeeto

"Home," which was first published in issued by Mr. G. D. Ackerly, wool;" they will not destroy them very ; be elected by the farmers who belong -
THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER of the J. T. & K. W., to whom Flori fast. The laws ought to be enforced, to the organization.We .

about,!'. two" years, ago.. da is indebted for his efforts in calling and offenders severely punished. ; recommend that the farmers and


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crease. The .latest development is
fruit and vegetable growers of every the organization of a company with a 'I'HE

precinct, in the,State meet at convenient capital stock of $25,000, fully paid up,

.places on 'Wednesday, September to be known as the Leon County'Leaf FIRST NAT1ONALBANK OF FLORIDAJACso

18, or as near that date as is convenient Tobacco Company, with office in ,

to them, and effect local organizations Tallahassee. A leading business man LE. .

and select their wisest and most of this city is president of the new The Oldest National Bank in the State.

conservative men as' delegates to a
company, as one of the principal CHARTERED, 1874. CHARTER, EXTENDED, 1894.
State convention, for the purpose of stockholders. He 'has others of
By conservative, yet liberal methods, this bank has achieved the highest reputation forsolidity,
effecting a thorough State organizationand means associated with him, and they strength and ability to meet legitimate demands.We .
electing State officers and an ex- buy and sell foreign and domestic exchange on the most favorable terms, drawing bur own
propose the coming season to put outa drafts on all parts of the world.
ecutive committee. large acreage of tobacco, principallythe We invite a visit or correspondence, looking toward business relations, assuring you that your
This State convention is hereby varieties used for manufacturing favors shall at all times receive intelligent and careful attention. .

called to meet in Orlando, at 3 o'clockp. chewing tobacco. A sample was JAMES M. SCHUMACHER, R. C. COOLEY -

m., on Wednesday, October 2,1895; tested by experts at Raleigh, N. C., President. Cashier.

and to continue in session until the who, without knowing its origin, pro Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent

work :is.completed.; : No, ratio of representation nounced it excollent, worth at least

is fixed. Let all the local twenty-five cents a pound. But the OH LOOK I SAVE MONEY : :

clubs send as many.or'as few delegatesas writer of the letter stated that fresh ,

:, they please. \ seed would have to be procured from B y buying' only FERTILIZERS ",. .

This committee will secure the most North Carolina every year- else the W ith a PURE BONE BASIS, I"j'.

favorable hotel ;rates to be obtained by variety would soon "degenerate to E iirich< ,your Land and Yourselves,, I s':'1!(,}f i't'-.,
the delegates.To '
this convention we also, invite cigar tobacco. Tallahasseean. Encourage every one you may : ,. ..; : .ir' 1

the general traffic managers, of all'the K; now to :useDJRLING'S[ FERTILIZERS; because they are.:.! ,>:

companies doing business, in this fiarkets. S afe,and Reliable. to, use for -' >i;:;;, 't :,

State,.with such 'other of their_,r pre- A ny Crop, making a Strong, Stocky. ; ." :" ,;,; .'

sentatives as they see fit to send.. We JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Sept. 13. G ro\vtli, and sweet, juicy vegetables and fruits that'are..> \",:\,,

invite them to present their side of FRUITS AND PRODUCE., E iigaged ahead by those Merchants: who do \ ',' : _
,the issue to the farmers and fruit and Corrected by Marx Bros. N ot want only,the very best 'Fruits Vegetables." ., t.',
of Florida. We
vegetable growers These are average quotations. Extra choice T ake time and 'write at to the _
lots fetch above while once ',\ -J.
deem it but just to all parties concerned prices top quotations poor
lots sell lower.
that they, in person, listen to Grapes per crato. .................... .75 to 1.00 :
recital of the of those Pears LeConte per bbl............... 2 00 L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER COMPANY i: ,.
a experiences Kieffer. ................ 1.25101.75
who till the soil. 'Let us make an Apples,bbl............................2.75 to'3.00 ora.'V'ille E'lorida. :
Peaches, crate............. .... ...... 1.00101.25 J"a.ok : : :
honest effort to secure'an equitable ,.__.........
English Peas bu..... 1.60
compromise first resorting to more Cocoanuts.... .......... .............. 3.50 and obtain their Special! Low Prices to, meet the times : '
; Peanuts best brand..... ............. 4 to 5 With Order.OHOIOE '
for Cash
stringent measures only after the failure ; Cabbage. N. T. each ................. 07 to .08
of such effort. Potatoes" ,sacks1.90 New York... ............. 2.00 to 2.15 .

Very respectfully, I Onions, bbl ..........' ........... 2.25 : : >. .A. :N"O. 1.
Spanish, crates........ .... 1.25 ,
MAHLON GORE, ECggs.........--.--...........__ ._.... .18 I

JOHN Q. REESE. Corrected by Davis & Robinson. Florida Grown Orange Trees

-_. _- Yellow Yams, bush. ........ .......... 40 to .50
;' Sweet,Potatoes ....................... .40 to .50
,< Advertising- Schemes.We Hubbard squash, bbl............ ...... 1.00 ii'F'O .
have lately received through a Lettuce, doz.none:... ................ ,
: 'S.A. g'
Kalamazoo.. .. to
Celery 50
New York agency, a proposition froma Eggplants} bbl.....,............... I.5t o 2.00
Tomatoes, crates .................,..2.00 to 2,50 Fruit Lemon and Seedless Fruit.
firm of wholesale druggists in Sa- Sweet Pepper,bu ..................... .75 Grape Grape
vannah Georgia, to insert a ten-inch, Okra, bu, ..... ..................,...... .5010.75
Green Beans ....-.....................1.75102.00 All trees grown on stock in Florida that was not injured by the freeze. Buds from 3 to 6 feet
three-column advertisement for one Peas, none..................... straight and well Also choice Abbaka and Golden Queen Pineapple suckers 15 to 20 inches.-,
for which offer I Turnips, bunch..........-.......... .03 to ..06I grown
year, in return they I PumpKins, each...................... .05 to .10 .Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited, or call on
"one handsome dinner set of 112 Kershaws, each.... ....... ......... .o, to .10
Parsley,per doz.bunches........... .30 to .40 GEO. H.NRIGHT".
pieces, American queensware, gilt Green onions per doz. bunches....... .15 to .25
edge and nicely decorated." This Pepper,hot.bushel................... .75 ORLANDO, FUA.
Sage, well cured, Ib..................... .10 to. 15
"dinner set" is worth at' wholesale in Lima Beans, shelled, qt, ...... ....... .12 to .15
York about $8.00. This would Hens..............._........-.-...... ..30Roosters.
New ..-......._...........,......,.. .25
not nearly pay for a single insertion. Broilers................................... .10 to .15 3 FREE OFFERS.
Turkeys, per pound,gross.......-..... .08 to .10 .
This is probably a cunningly devised Ducks..................._..... ........... .25 to .30 .
scheme to excite the wrath of Geese poor demand .....-............
New Beets, per 100................. none .50 to i.oo This.For
newspaper publishers and editors and Water Cress, per doz. none...... .... Every Subscriber Ought to Read, .
them to denounce this firm by Cauliflower doz. none....:......... .75 to 2.00
I induce Melons............. ................. .08 to .12
name, thus giving them a valuable Canteloupet,bbl..... ,.....;......... 2.00 years we have tried to secure for our subscribers some easy way of preserving their
Leeks perdoz bunches............. .25 FARMER AND FRUIT GROWERS' and binding them in a year's volume at trifling cost. We have
free advertisement. Corn, doz ........... ..... ..... ... .15 at last found it, and we give here a picture of the new Boston Binder .
Thank you very much, gentlemen; Scuppernongs,bu.....'... .......... .5to .75
____ It is the best binder ever invented. It takes
it does not' require 112 pieces of 9.--Pears, Bart- = =---= -- only half a minute to insert a paper. and thereafter
New September
for us and ours to dine on it is kept clean and can always be found when
queensware lett, barrel, 2.00 to 3.00; apples, fall Pippin wanted. A single binder will hold an entire year'
these hard times. 1.25 to 1.75; melons, good to prime, i-sues of our paper. When it is complete it can be

The Bouquet Cigar Company, of per 100,8.00 to 16.00; sweet potatoes, Vir- _i1-===== reference filed aWRY for in the your year library 1895.as a most valuable book of

Lynchburg, have a trick worth two of ginia yellow, 2.00 to 2.25; egg plant, Jersey Asa method of keeping your papers for futute
that. send to unsuspecting barrel,50c to 1.00; cabbage, Long Island -- -= use, it is worth ten times its cost. It makes all the
They per 100, 1.50 to 2.00; cauliflower, difference between lost, torn and dirtied papers,
merchants or others a registered mail scattered abcut the house in such confusion that you
barrel 25c to 1.25 corn Jersey,
; green ,
can never find what you require, and a handsome,
package, which, as it comes from the per 1,000, 4.00 to 800. or-'erly file which becomes at the end of the yeara
North, is thought by the pleased recipients volume for your library certainly worth from$a.oo
Business t-- to $3.00
to be probably a gift sent as a =- = To iu ure a copy of the new Boston Binder to ev-
STOCK.-Do not fail to read = rryoneofour subscribers, we will make the follow
surprise by some friend out of sympathy NUIISEIIY ---: ------
--- ing liberal offers:
of the Arcad a -
for them and the misfortunes of the new advertisements : __-= First: We will send free a binder to 'every one
Nurseries and the Summit Nurseries of --- == of our subscribers who will send us $2 to renew his
the State, and the package is quickly Monticello. Both firms are worthy of subscription before December i, 1895

receipted for. Opening it they find your confidence. Also, the advertisement _-_ Second: We will send free to every old subscriber
and & Wylio, of who will send us a new subscription and $2 to pay
fifty or a hundred cheap'cigars a of Messrs. Hastings for the same.
it is Interlachen, whose specialty is roses subscriber have the binder by
gold (brass) watch. Of course -- Every new can
adapted to Florida. =-'= ---- ---- sending with his subscription fifteen cents to pay for
followed up,with a bill for two or three '- the postage and packing.
times its value. Equally of course, SEEDS.-Mr. L. Cameron, of Jackson -- : -_ ,:_-- =- Renew promptly, do not delay.
field with valuablelist
ville, is early in a
nobody, but simpleton will pay for it. of field and forage seeds, which FARMER & FRUIT GROWER

...... many of our readers will need under existing ,

Interest in the culture of leaf to- conditions. A responsible and Jaoksonville Fla

lacco in this county continues to in- trustworthy dealer. J ,



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Continued from last week. so;as to have caused her to bleed in conviction shall be. fined,,not, exceed,I. .\

',r Court at Razorback.. Corners.f. .,. that way,? ing; two hundred dollars, or impris- .
'.... -. Possibly, but.,she had gone througha ,oned, not exceeding six months." I 1 1I I
1. ,; '. : A SATIRE;. i hundred( times. without getting This will show you, gentlemen of, the !

Prom the Florida Ruralist. .scratched;,andr jury, ,how we formerly:dealt with.these ;.!_. .
,. Prosecuting, Attorney) ;, We don't Pros.,.Att'y.-I.object to that ques- matters., Then we did not permitmen PLAYING HOG. I

care anything,.about'that,. go onand: tion your Honor, for.the reason that if to put a crop into the ground, at Our agdnts have been accused, of gobblingup I!
tell=us'what the defendant didr, the poor beast.was: torn in that way all, unless he had first built a, sub- the best trade In a very hoggish way. Recently I :
'' him' the fence stantial,fence his they Imitated, the animal In a. still :
Well; I: was' tellin' how-I had while .being:driven through ,: around land. Now more realistic manner. One 176 Ib.' agent declared
:aHus. understood,the Jaw.: by .the. defendant". he having placed we permit him. to plant his crops if he he could crawl through any.wiretence
I than 2.1-2 ft. This
WelJthat.night t., I heard the:defend those wires,,four. and,a; half inches sees fit to do.so. whether he has a statement where stays published are not nearer in our monthly paper
ant get up and go out, and.hewasout apart; he"would,be ac'guiltyas thoughhe fence at all or not, but unless he has has set others going and now and won by Page men lh!all parts of the
nearly alhnight, and in the morning, had directly'inflicted the, wounds; it fenced, thoroughly, we give our country, much to the annoyance of owners
t .ab breakfast, he said he had chased I else how are our hogs. to be protected, hogs"carte blanche" to enter,his field, of wide-mouthed fences i
: hogs,all\ ,night]for) the lasttime: ;; that, by thejlaw* and help themselves at their pleasure.
G he..fiadntcome.! to. Florida to.have,to The Court-I sustain the objection We..do not allow a man, to enter the :
stand out inhisfield< :all night; watch. Of course.our, hogs.must.be protected; premises of another and to carry awayor SORE, Iffl

ing other. m l1ts{ :hog ,.and 'he.said"IfI and if allow-men to< drive them destroy any of the crops, there We guarantee a sure

go over to neighbor's place,and through,barledwire fences that scratch growing,, whether, the field, is and safe cure for SOREHEAD
tear down a hill of his corn, 6r>dig)up; them 'a hill of his potatoes, ,he could have '.protecting,them at all.,. We can forgive a man for killing i on I j
! me arrested for'it, aud I 'must pay him You stated that;-the defendant had another man. in the heatof passion, i Fowls, or MONEY RBFUNDBD. i{

for all the damages; but he,can 1 let:his, .;)hispatience:sorely tried, did-you not? .if.. the provocation is severe,. but we I by mail, or two for fi.fty.'cents.., Price, 80 c.
hog come onto. : myplacet: :and!,breakthrough ,' 1 Ii.;,,said he got dreadfully mad. I cannot forgive him for killing, maim-:
my fences, that. are good, ; Andhe; ,hadreason:to:get-" dreadfully ing or disfiguring of our hogs, no j J.C. ,,
P; O. Box 1ST. 19 S. Broad St., Atlanta, Ga. ,
enough to keep out any''decent..animal; I ',mad,. didn't he;?/' matter what the provocation. This Also, Poultry Supplies of all kinds. j
alive, ,and destroy, everything tjiat I Prosecuting attorney- -*' I'object to willshow you, gentlemen of the jury,

worked hard r forayeart,and.he.can that question. It..i is immaterial what the spirit,of our institutions.. In some

stand over, the fence and' watch me provocation the man, had. The law countries the people 'worship the elephant QUICK WORK
C drive her'out,. and'if,Pinjure ahair;' of makes no exceptions on account of and in some the. sacred cow, ,:
her precious head, I am liable to be' provocation, as1 if-does.in case of sim- and so on around the world; that'is In selling, and paying for.Fruits and. Veg-,
etables snipped to us is our motto. WE
arrested for,it ,Ifj that'.s.the.law.of7the ple-manslaughter., This is not a mere their, privilege. In this countrya; man i GIVE GOODS SENT'US. BY GROWERS-

land,,then I don't;; want anythingL more 'casej;of' manslaughter, it is.. a case of is guaranteed the right.to worship according FIRST BUYOURSELVES PLACE BECAUSE; They are WE protected NEVER

to do with such acpimtry.Vell.the ..killing.or, maiming,ofra valuable hog." to the. dictates. of his, own ;by our 40 years experience without default-
next night, which was 'the night, in _. Court-"The. objection.is sustained. .conscience; and in this State, we wore and ing a financial dollar. stability Enquire which as to our any standing bank orr ,

question,. 'he gob >up agaim Ii heard' ,There. .is clear distinction in the law ship the hog, and no one, has arightto .verify-then merchants having try us-WE BELIEVE OUR'>can
him talking to his wife about the hog, between the;two cases., Sufficient provocation say that we. shall not have. that 1 METHOD WILL SATISFY YOU. Send.
your name for our quotations. Stencil and,
wif formere .
andJieard-him-go.out-and-as went privilege.The
-excuse' a man cards free. Betters piotnptly answered.
out I heard him say. that-1ifhe found, manslaughter*, but no provocation is provocation of the defendant ..
her there he'd finish her, or fix her, or sufficient justify him in killing, ,should be' taken into-account for the FRENCH: '& CO.,

something like.that; and after an, hour maiming or disfiguring a hog." purpose of, determining, whether he 116 War.ren'St" New York.
tvoLhe'came in again: ;andj Is,;heard "H The defendant offered; no'. evidencein committed the crime charged, but it

hhn{ hisi.Vife; "I guess; ,she'll :stay his;own behalf, and, the case here should in no way be considered in extenuation I ESTABLISHED 1855.
out now," and'he said-it in such'a way closed. of' his crime. Take care,
' as to lead me to believe. gentlemen of the- jury;"
;CHARGE;.OF THE COURT TO THE JURY. Bradley Redfleld. Eugene B. RedJUld.
"No matter what you believed,"" The verdict.was that the defendantwas ESTABLISHED 1871'

cried the .defenda.nts.attQrney f ,;; "tell; .' Gentlemen oC the jury' :, you arecalled'upon "guilty of maiming the',hog," and REDFIELD & SON,
just what you know." in this case to: try the defendant the*sentence was that he,pay a fine of
,, the prisoner at: the, who is Commission Merchants
Well 'the
; next morntng-; saw a one thousand dollars within thirty
trail1'of blood from the fence; ; where charged'with one'of; the most serious days, and that in default of suchpay-: -AND.'-

she had gone through. into tHe. woods. 'offences-known our law-that' of menthe be confined in the, State pen- Fruit' Auctioneers
' killing, maiming, or disfiguring a hog. ,
' So J concluded' itentiary for a period of,, five
years. 141.Doelc Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Now, if you find that he is guilty of '
In pronouncing sentence the judge
'No .matter I what you concluded, either one of these offences., is,,sufficient We handle all kinds of Fruits and Vegetables,
tell-what know.'" said that the time had come when it either at private sale (which has heretofore been
you to,.sustain the indictment. The ,
our custom) auction system (recently
Well, I know thaj'' he drew bloodon penalty attaches for either,one of them was necessary that an example had' to added to our business)as you may desire.:
be ,made'for the benefitof the people
the poor, animalan. someway;. and: alike. I..observe, gentlemen of the
who had recently come into the State. FOR RENT.
that she hasn't' been seen since. that'while there"some
What date that ? jury, among you Polk county, Fla. B; A.,A. '
thoroughly-nderstand,the policy ,
It was four weeks:-ago-last*Monday; :knd.spiritrof(our laws these
,governing One;day last week Messrs. Borland At St.) Augustine.
And how often had 'she been intothedefendent'spremises cases,being, "to ,the.manner born," as Bros., of Citra, Fla., purchased Completely furnished Apply to G. S. Meservef

time7: : .prior'to that jt is said, .but,that there are others of through,the W. C. Battey land ''agency St.Augustine, Fla. .

you who have recently come amongus O. R. Blount's orange grove on.Or- FOR SALE.
I think every day or night; there and for the benefit of.. ,these-I will creek paying therefor
may,.have,been a day or, two when: call your. attention; to a statute that This ange is generally, acknowledged as THE OCEAN VIEW HOTEL,
she'didn't! get-in but''not' than At St.
more Augustine.
was formerly in force in this State
about. the finest,grove in Lee county.
that foJj; couple\ i of The Battey has sold several of
agency Rare Bargain Apply to Capt. W. S. M. Bukham
And how'far did'' observe the
: 'you. present statute is under which this the finest groves in' Lee county within St. Augustine or toCHAPIN
trail of blood ?
; case lis.brought. The.statnte to whichI the past month, and'sent' a purchaserto ,FARM AGENCY,
Clear into the woods, I should saya.hundredyards.atleast. refer is section five,of chapter 'ofMclellan's
105 R. A. Henderson for his oranges. 3-23-tf St. Augustine, and>Boston.
: ., digest,, and is follows
as : Battey is now in correspondence,with
Cross-examined by defendants'counsel "It shall;not be.lawful; for'any person prominent business men and capitalists FRUIT TREES.FOB. .
: .within. the county'of Walton in' this who will make investments in .'
How. did you know''that this trail, of State, to plow or sow'any corn; oats, town and countyproperty.-Ft. Myers ORCHARDS.
blood was the blood' of the hog in wheat, 'rye, cotton, potatoes, water- Press. SOUTHERN
question ?' melons, pumpkin or any other seed or > Write for Catalogue and price list.

I recognized her,! tracks. I had grain whatsoever without having first The managers of the Atlanta Expo- JENNINGS' NURSERY CO.,

seen.them, so often that I was' sure constructed. and built; a reasonably tion have given up the proposed bull Thomas vllle..O A.

they were hers along the trail of.blood. good fence of rails, plank or other fight. Real or sham it is not. the

Was ,that:a ,,barbed wire.fence,?, good.material sufficient:to turn, and thing for a civilized state or nation' to SAW MILL

I Yes, sir.What keepout: all ordinary stock. And introduce, and, we are very glad to FARMER': works successfully, i
t with' ,
h also
is called hog barbs? any:person or persons" so' offending record the fact that it is given up in ( Grinding 4 .p. Mills. I,
Yes,:sir., against the provisio.nsf this section obedience to the almost universal demand and Water Wheels.

Could she not have torn herself on shall be liable to. indictment by the ,.of the press ,of the country, and DeLoach Mill Mfg Co...

J thq'wirefe ceja4,- she*,went through, grand jury of said county, and upon the moral sentiment of the nation. 323 Highland;Ave., Atlanta, a a..'


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1895. THE 'JtOBIfiA; ''FARMER AND "r I13kbW1in.! }HJ

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WEATHER; ..& .>CROPS and cabbage have been largely'plant
: e e e e _
I '_' ed, and frequent showers are essential

I i I ..'- 'JACKSONVILLE[ ., Sept. 10, 1895.I story to satisfactory-cotton unsatisfactory growth. The-comes same c Fertilizers for Fall Crops :'

I '. from this district. Rust 'conditions 't!
t WEATHER. 'CONDITIONS. dominate, and the staple looks "sorry."4 :should :contain a 'high ,percentage ''of Potash'to" \

I Ii It is opening rapidly and picking i iin is ,
; Tempera.Preclpita- ..SunI insure the largest yield 'jand a ;permanent ,enrichment,
I ture, (I) tion(2)( ) shine. order. The sudden change from I '. .
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I'y'y of the Soil. "
,DISTRICT. excessive rains and long-continued ( 1
NorCur .Nor- 'Cur-
mal rent- mal rent. F 0 t Week cloudiness to 'dry and hot days, with Write for our"'':Farmers'''Guide/'. a I42.patge'fillustfatea; : book. i iIt ::,

- cloudless skies, 'wrought no ''little :is brim full of useful information for:farmers. :It'will Jbe sent'fre'eJ and II

.Western.. .. 79 82 1.59, 0.47 ,"d ..; damage. 'The change was too.suddenand will make and save.you money. Address,
.. 79 80 1.80 0.52Central. .a CISorthern. severe for the plant to withstand, GERMAN''KALI'WORKS,-93 NassalStreet! t'NtwYork: : r
i :R : _'. '. .... .J..._. ._
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'and .I'
result it is
a .
..;. 80 So 1.54 1.01 e aSouthern. suffering _...-7.w_ ,_..;.7 :
p rust and shedding there
.. 82 82 po. being many
I 1.74 1.12 < instances where the stalk is. almost JOHN L. MARVIN,
bare of leaves and 'fruit. :President. .
'(Degrees) Farenheit. H. T., BAVA,, THO3. CONRAD,'
Central District-Conditions
(a)'Inches and Hundredths. over Cashier.
Assistant hler.
this district have been
CROP CONDITIONS. generally'favorable. CflPITflLi !$100,000..
Refreshing showers were well
\ While occasional l showers, 'badly,distributed distributed, and have caused .'rapid ; ; '

i fell over the cotton belt sec- growth, potatoes, peas, pindars,'cane 'fHEMER'C'HANfS11NA11'ONIL: r )INJACKSDNVILLEFI.ORIDA
tion, the 'weather conditions 'can be and 'orange interests. Complaint of ,
characterized as 'dry'and hot, 'exceptionally too"much. 'rain is 'received from 'Ma- : ,; .' i if

: favorable harvesting, 'pur rion county.. The showers were too f peetful.y. sollolts' 'your.;'Deposits,'Cdlleetiofts'aiidBanking' On.ii.
j, posesand.forcing cotton to,open,'Tap:- frequent harvesting hay. At Orange Business.CORRESPONDENCE .

idly} articularly'on high lands.. ..Advices Lake, ron the 3rd, ,a ,very heavy thun- .
{indicate no:improvement in cot- der storm occurred, during which rain : : : 'INVr: ErC. "
ton ,:'the:hot:'and,cloudless days stim- '
fell to-the amount'of 2.20 inches'leav-, DXHScYrO fil. :'
ulating,the ill-effects of rust and shedding ing ,the soil, too wet ''for cultivation. John'L. Marvin, 'A.'B. 'Campbell, Chas. Marvlii'- .
and in many cases,' the death,of I Over the'pineapple belt'the'plants are. H.''T.Baya: 'IT.w. Roby, .'\B/Archlbald l.
the plant has resulted from the above vigorous and advancing rapidly. Very Judge E.'M. Randall. '
conditions. Picking general in many slight evidences of the severe winter Or'-:Robinson. .JohnTB. HartrldR. .. ,.. .. .
sections,;and.ginning will,soon :be the are now'to be seen.
order of the day.. Activity'was ,keptup Southern District-The conditionswere SAVINGS ,AND) "TRUST 'IBl\NK: -

tharvesting' corn,
grasses for ,forage,'the weather being tory. Heavy rains fellalong the coast 'OE": I.ORIDA: ,

generally favorable for ,such duties. district on the 3d, 4th, and 6th, invigorating JACKSONVILLE.CAPITAL. '

Corn, peas, 'potatoes and cane 'doing fruit''growth in general and ., .- .; "$'JS5'OOOO.
,well, although more'moisture is essen-; being'of especial benefit to recently
tial'over :'a large section of the 'State planted pineapple slips. .Orangetrees H.ROBINSON, President. TV.J..HABKISHE1MER,Vice-Pres.
-WM. RAWLINSON'Cas'hier; ,
for continued vigorous growth. Strawberries cane, ''cowpeas and fall.gardens ,
,are :being planted,' and active very satisfactory. I
; :
preparations are:going on for fall gar- i (
The temperature for the State'averaged Northern District.JeffersonWeek: J.A.HENDERSON; ROBERTSON, W.-B.'OWEN.
.a little more than one degree hot and'dry. No Collections made on all polntsof' Florida,and Remitted'for'oh day'of"Pay:
above'-the'normal, while the deficiencyin improvement in cotton. On light ment.; Active, 'arid'SaVlngs Accounts Solicited. ''Int rest.'Pald\oh'; '
rainfall, was ,aboutfifty; ,, per centum land it is dead.and opening'very fast. :Savings. .

Western ;District-Excepting :that Peas,tpindars, cane and potatoes -in

portion of the district bordering on good condition. Lloyds.-Dennis. FLORIDA ,IFRUITE:EXCHANGE.An 'J;

the Gulf, where showers prevailed, Washington-Dry and warm. Not .
there has been but 'little rainfall. :Excellent over half the cotton this year that was .

.week'for harvesting 'and pick lost. Rice mostly gathered in :fine Incorporated_ Home Association) f1>!!!litg"ol'I1! : t marketing:Florida"'Fruft to'the

ing cotton, which were carried brisklyon shape. 'Chipley.-Donley. BOX MATERIAL best-advantage.-RUTH:The Exchange is ,fully RtZED,.prepared CAPITAL supply, $ouuuuu..boxes and ,paper-on
,,'abut entirely too dry for sowing!Tor Leon-No general rain. Fine order.' Write for price list and terms... -, -
fall such''as garden and dai weather for picking cotton. All :OFFICERS'!:-, "
purposes, growing GEO. R. FAIRBANKSJPresident.D.. GREEI LEAF, ;Vice-President' ,
purposes., The -showers in Escam. crops need rain, and fall gardeners ALBERT M. IVES.GenU-Mgr.;and Treas. 'M. P. TURNER,"Secretary.DIRECTORS :. .
-Geo.'R. Fairbanks, Alachua Co:; EG. Hill;Bradford Co. Dr&(E.'EJ"PrattHillsboro
bla'county added much vigor to cane ''anxious for it. Bradfordville.-' Co.; John Fabyan, Lake Co.; Hy:Crutcher Orange.do.; D. Greenieaf-Duval;
and potatoes. Rice is, looking well. Bradford. J. D. Mead,'Duval Co.; A. Brady; Brevard'Co.' : T. 'd. Sampson, 'Marlon ''Co. ; 'C.;'V.Hlllyer,
Marion Co.; John M. Bryan, Osceola Co.; W. I IE. Stanton, Putnam'Co.; 'M. S. Moreman 'St.
Fruit growers-contrived to dry fruit 'Western District: Johns Co.; 0. F. A. Bielby, Volusia Co.; Irving' Keck Polk Co.
Address'all! correspondence to'the Florida'Frutt'Exohange,'raoksonville/Fla, Stencil,
for future 'demands. ,
Large quantitiesof Suwannee-Cotton is rusting very with full packing and shipping instructions furnished on application. -
-hay in the above county\.will.be' cut and !
badly,' is'opening 'fast' forthe past
soon as 'fair 'weather obtains. 'New few days; some ''being picked. Corns I JOHN ';CLARK'BON & CO.
cane coming: into local markets, in still being gathered. It 'has been I ,

dicating a fine growth. Rice in clear and hot nearly all the week,

Washington county has been' largely which is very damaging to cotton, after Grocers, :and 'Corn missionMerchants;
There has
gathered. been'no''materl-
; having so much rain. Peas not doingso
al'change' in the condition of (cotton, ''well. Fruit about all gone. Mc- DEALERS IN

advices indicating bad effects from Alpin.-Block. Coal, ,Hay,. :Grain, Wines, Liquors,
rust and shedding. The staple Baker-Some heavy rain in portionof

opening;rapidly and picking 'on up- county,during first part of' week. :Cigars, Tobacco( Etc. j ."

lands brisk. Jefferson county reports Balance of week fine for harvestingcrops '' ;,
peas, pindars, cane and potatoes,satis- which is being done rapidly. ''J'tO1;: onvi11e;', :E'l'orid .. :" ::

factory. Cane, sweet potatoes and pindars doing ,//1"
Northern District Temperature well. Turnips and cabbage being PRICE-LISTOFWHISKIES: ,

slightly in excess, with a,marked deficiency Reed. MANONGAHELA RYE.....................$' sq CABINET BOURBON.... ...............'....$6 oo
in 'moisture. largely sown. Macclenny.;- PARKER ...... .................. ...;....... I'7$ RYE.......................:'.'.-.;.'* bd
Satisfactory The rain first of the'week a benefitto ORANGE'VALLEY............. .............ia ooa VIRGINIA'GLADES.i........'..t..h..c..4 OQ
week for harvesting, but too dry for SPRINGVALLEY........ .................. 50 OLD BOURBON.............,...... ..... 500
potatoes and gardens. Fine weather BALTIMORE'CORN......... .............. a oo KENTUCKY SOUR' MASH..........;....... 'S'boNORTH'CAROLINA
I potatoes, peas and gardens. Rain :for haying. Archer 81 rain 1.56. CORN.. .............'2 so OLD BAKER......... '............r,.....*., 5 OO
!, prevailed over ;.detached sections of -Andruss. ; CLII+TON CLUB....,.........t.! ......,.!.... 3 oo MONTROSE VELVET. RYE...............,...' 6'00

the district, particularly .the northern JUGS EXTRA: One gallon, 350; two gallon, soc; three gallon, ,sc. Remit by post<>mce
Central District: money order,check or registered letter. ,We cannot ship C.;'O. D. Remit with order.A .
during the first part of week. The
part complete price llst of Groceries and Wine List;sent free on application.
benefit was marked,topotatoes: cane, Marion-Too much rain and cloudy '; .
peas and garden interests. Turnips weather for growing crops, cutting hay JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.



and trucking. Truckers beginningpreparation'for WOOD WANTED. Cyclone An agent Corn in every Sheller.township Address to

fall and winter sowing. Farmer and Fruit Grower, Jacksonville;Fla.. U
We can furnish 75,000 Eye buds dormant and next spring budding. Orders booked now for
Orange Lake, 81 degrees; rain249. delivery In October and November. First-class buds and true to name. Standard varieties as follows WANTED. Satsuma and Boone's Early Bud-
Anderson. : Majorca, Jaffa, Ruby Blood, Hart's Late Parson Brown, Tangerine, Homossassa Medit- State Price. Summit Nurseries,
erranean Sweet, Satsuma and Grape Fruit. Buds well packed and sent to any part of the State for Headquarters for Pear Trees, Monticello, Fla.
'Brevard-The much needed showers 60 cents per 100; from per x.ooo. 10.000 budded Orange Trees 2 to 4 feet high,'budded on sour and 9-7-3
of. the week made truckers happy trifollata stocks, i.to iK in. at the ground. Buds inserted in the stump at the ground (not in
: the roots)and can be protected by banking this winter. rOR SALE 2,000 P. Henderson's New York
and, vegetation generally smile with Peach, Pear, Plum, Persimmon, Loquat and Fig.Trees. Large three year old White Niagara Improved Spineless Egg Plants. 40 cents
.Grape.Vines. per IPO. J. M. Graham, Lady Lake, Fla.
gladness and greenness. Georgiana, ROSII ,FJ. PLANTS for sale. 500,000

82 degrees; rain 1.70.-White.Hillsborough Fifty varieties of roses budded and on their own roots. The famous Marechal Neil a specialty.Our STRAWBERRY Newnans at 75 cts a thousand.A .
All crops doing,well. roses have proved to be well adapted to this State. For lull particulars send for descriptive liberal discount for large orders. W. H.
-: catalogue and price list. Address, I Kemp, Lawtey, Fla. 8318WE
The rain: this week,revived crops. Hay, HASTINGS & WVL-IE I CAN FURNISH 60,000 SOUR SEED-
cane and pindars also, Interlachen Fla. lings. Will dormant bud same in any
peas, ; quantity from too up With any variety of or-
gardens'and'seed beds. Strawberries ange, pomelo and lemon $2S-; per too for all ex-

being-set,out. Plant ,City, 80 degrees; our fertilizing on the surface year Captain Simmons expects to ship cept will be D.x$35>ne's per Early 100. and Ready Seedless for delivery Pomelo.Novem-These

rain i :43.Stinson.OrangeLate: Our present practice is to put nitrogenous 2,000 cases of jelly and marmalade.The ber 15, J. W. & F. D. Waite, Belleview, Fla.

planting of peas were fertilizers beneath the plant, product ,is put in glass and earth- 8-31-0

needing rain, but late showers have and work into the surface soil only a enware jars of special pattern. The h OR and SALE.390 acres.Two Excellent Leon: county for stock farms raising, 480 acres and

' changed the condition. Some orange complete chemical fertilizer, with pot- machinery is simple but complete.- tobacco Fla. growing. W. B. Clarkson,Jacksonville 824tf. ,

1\ trees growing finely, others not doing, ash ten to fourteen ''per cent. Tropical Sun. YOU .WANT EGGS feed hens Boilrd
IF your
j, so well. Land cow-penned the same as for Beef and Bone. Will make them lay while
'I'! Polk -Showers this week. Orange onions makes the best possible soil for I moulting. Only $2.25 per 100 pounds. C. H.
Mr. Gardner S. Hardee, of Rock- Jacques, Prop., Island( Poultry Yards, Fernan-
1, trees making good growth. Fort strawberries. In this case the only dina, Fla. 8-24-41, I
ledge, spent a few hours in town
J.a Meade.-Thompson. % extra fertilizing needed is Canada 500 000 Alabama Newnans and Alabama
Wednesday. In reply to our querryas f clouds. Admitted by all who
; Dry weather, succeeded by copious hardwood ashes. We have found to how his trees, have seen them to be the best Strawberry Plantsin
: showers. Pineapples and these ashes superior to sulphate of orange were doing, the place. Price $1.00 per 1000, f. o, b. B.
orange he replied: Very far ahead of his Padgett, Lawtey, Fla. 8-17-tf
trees are putting out fine growth. potash in producing a good, firm,
.anticipations. He has now some CITRUS NURSERY TREES AND BUDWOOD
Sweet potatoes are doing' well, and shipping berry. Parson Brown,Stark's Seedless,
3000 buds put in this summer that Jaffa, Tangerine, King, Tardiff, Grape Fruit,
for The best
some are digging. Preparations very strawberry-bed we have taken and,are doing finely. He Villa Franca Lemons and other ,varieties,
. : fall gardens are going forward. At- have ever seen in Florida was on the such as Nonpareil, Majorca, St. Michael,'
will 'have trees another'year that will Malta Blood and Centennial. Address, A. L.
I, lantic.-Nesbitt. top of a sand hill. It was well ma- produce an of a, box of fruitto Duncan, Manager, Milwaukee Groves and Nur-
average series Dunedin, Fla. 8.
nured with mixed horse and i7tfBAHAMAS.
cow ma-
Southern ..District
the tree. He that buds of two
says A few persons wanted to join a
Lee-Oranges, growing rapidly. It nure. The plants were set in Sep months now are as large and thriftyas to the Bahamas. Capital required -
tember and watered often t'500 to .( Address uBrltishelj"
were as as 1,000.
will not 'be long before they begin to buds of two'years old when budded Lane Park, Fla. 8-17-6
needed it with hose attached
they a to
turn. .yellow. Cane and cowpeas do. years ago on sour stock. In threeyears' STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Write to John B.
piping from a tank. Later in the Fla., for price list. 8-17-11
ing well. Truckers have planted seed time Indian river will have almost

for Tall gardens. Myers-8I degrees; season two lawn-sprinklers were at- fully recovered from the effectsof GASOLINE STOVE for sale, at half price.
tached, and proved the most satisfac- and an oven; nearly as good
rain, 0.86. Gardner. the late freezes.-Florida Star. as new. W. H. Powers Lawtey. Fla. tf
'I tory of methods of irrigating. The
.. ,
A.J. MITCHELL, Observer, PLANTS. Improved Alabama
Weather Bureau Director, crop'was enormous, of high quality, Plant' City is supplying communities STRAWBERRY The best varieties for

jj .. but would have'been soft for shipping.A. Southern planting. Clouds, $1.75; Newnans
j on both railroads with strawberry $(.00 per 1,000, f. o. b. First class plants and
,L. R. packing guaranteed. C. H.' Churchill, Lawtey,
. \ Strawberries in 'South Florida.. plants. Mr. T. Alderman receivedan Fla. 8-io-iQ

1, Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: Guava Jelly Factory. order for 80,000 plants from one ANEW deal on wire netting. Prices cut l in
We freight. Write for our latest
: We presume our friends. at' Lawteyare We have, mentioned this factory be- man ,in Auburndale this week, and price-list. E. W pay Amsden Ormond, Fla. 7-i-tf

now busy setting strawberry plants. fore. It is being conducted by Cap another order for 20,000 from Orlando. 150 finn STOCK CITRUS TREES FOR

This is for far north tain A. R. Simmons .-Plant City Courier.. 9UUU SALE. Grape Fruit Seedlings,
allright; points so formerly a, dys- Sour Orange, Sweet Orange and Rough Lemon
: and on ,cool, flat-woods soil. ,On our peptic lawyer in the North, now a CENT-A- WORD COL UMN. Seedlings, 65,000 Seed bed Grape Fruit Scions; .
with stock of all Standard Varieties of
sand hills in the, Excelsior Lake regionfrom jolly, healthy and hearty, whole-souled budded a large Orange, Lemon and Limes, now grow-
RATES.-Twenty'words, name and address, for this fall and winter The Lakeland '
I Lake Harris' south, including Cracker jellier; and his able wife Dr. ing planting. -
one week, cents three weeks cents Noth-
25 ; .so Nurseries, C. M. Marsh, Prop., Lakeland,
Winter Haven, Avon Park and Pabor Simmons-a practicing physician. ing taken for less than 25 cents. I Polk County. Fla. 8310.'

Lake, it is well l to defer planting until Captain Simmons, "Dick" Carneyand paid.Send Advertisements. for this. column MUST be pre- BEST GRASS for Lawns and Permanent Pas

October i unless'every-plant' is carefully two or three others were boiling no stamps larger than two cents. in good pine and hammock land. Lou-
, Initials and figures count as one word. isiana Grass (Paspalum platycaule). Roots 25
! shaded'and kept watered." Even guavas in big copper'kettles, prepara- cents pet 100 by mail. $1.25 per barrel. W. H.

I then we have known the plants to fail tory to turning out that delicious jelly ,BUDWOOD, strong and healthy from exceed Powers, Lawtey. Fla. tf
fI.I trees now loaded with fruit. STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Alabama Newnans
1 r to grow. and marmalade that so tickles the Jaffa, Majorca. Navel Tardiff,Pomelos and Lem- Good strong, healthy plants,
I The intervening time should be devoted palate. ons. quantity of a few other varieties. $2.oo per 1000. Special rates on 5000 lots or' over.
,'! Address R. A. Palmer, Oneco, Manatee County, Address Daveny & Kimbell, Lawtey, Fla. 6-29-4
to a good "get-ready." It is Probably no eatable ever canned, Florida. 9-15-4 fPILGHMAN'S CONDITION POWDERS will

assumed that strawberry ground was or preserved, or jellied, can equal the P RSON BROWN, Stark and ,MediterraneanSweet make stock eat. and grow fat. Given as a
Budwood. Villa Franca and Belair drench to stock that will not eat. Sample pack-
plowed six or eight weeks ago, and guava. Many persons have to acquire Premium Lemons from thriftiest groves in Marion age by mail 35 cents. W. G. Tilghman, Pafatka,
i; that it: has been,harrowed two or'three a taste for the fruit-all are County. Sutton & Schwarz, Candler, Fla. Fla. 6-29-20

1 times 'since.. The harrow ,or culti- fascinated by the jelly as soon as 9-14-2 For Choice Properties

:vator should be kept going until the tasted. ,It'' is unique-unlike any other PAMPAS'.PLUMES.N. P. Richardson One thousand, Ocoee, Fla.20 to 28 BARGAINS, which sacrifice.must On be the sold St< ,at Pe-a

field is planted. Three feet by one is known fruit. 9-I4-3- tersburg sub-peninsula,
the Sicily of Florida;at Orlando, a situation unsurpassed -
i the right distance. Ten days before There is a great deal of money in STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Two acres of them.: in the State for its charming combina-
and vigorous, Alabama New-
you are ready to plant, 'open furrows raising: :guavas-for the local markets nails and grown Clouds. Prices on application, accord- tion Lake of the orange heart groves of Florida's and lakes Citrus; and region.at Orange

and distribute to the acre one thou- even.. Captain Simmons says his New ing to quantity. G. W. Jennings, Lawtey, Fla.0I4U Address the Editor of this paper, Jacksonville,

?, sand;"pounds of fertilizer in the bottom York house will take all he can can. Florida.
From 50'varieties of bearing Or-
and work''the soil back, leaving a slight! Sixty-four: ., cents per bushel .on the BUDWOOD ange, and Grape Fruit trees Also IRRIGATED treesl GROVE.50 in 100 other acres fruit, 10 trees years,'etc.set

depression where the plant is to stand. tree is now being paid, but the Cap- sale.Rough Nursery Lemon ,and trees Sour budded Orange to order Seedlings now for for Lane For sale Park at a Lake sacrifice.County Address Fla. "F," The Palms,

t A very good mixture for putting in the tain has made a conservative estimate future delivery at low price W. ,K. Trimble, 2'-9IU;
Braidentown, Manatee Co., Fla. the
9144HART'S ANY ONE who has been benefited
j furrow is half cotton-seed meal and that forty acres in guavas at fifty use of Dr William's Pink Pills will write to

half fish and potash. Both of theseare cents per bushel on the tree will net Malta TARDIFF Blood and DANCY Navel TANGERINE Budwood from, THE ceive FARMER information AND that FRUIT will GROWER be of much, they value will and re-

crude and need to be in the soil the grower .$3,000. scale healthy or white bearing fly.trees Cyrus, that W.have Butler never, St.had Peters red interest to them. ______

some days before the plant is set. This is better than oranges. In burg, Fla. cr 14-3 MAKE HENS LAY-There is nothing likeBowker's

After three weeks the meal and fish South Dade, destructive frosts are un CITRUS TRIPOLIATA to 15 inches,$20.00 ida last Animal Hundreds Meal 40 testimonials.tons sold in Flor-For

will be sufficiently rotted so that the known. The guava crops were not per zoo per, $3,00, f. o.L.b.W.boxed.Kervan Bv, Norwalk mail, postpaid, Fla. particulars, year., write E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla.'

rootlets of the strawberry can' get rightto damaged last season-and the grower's 9-14-6 io-13-tf _______

work.. market is at his very door; no trans BEFORE ordering Alabama Newnans. write C. FOR SALE cashtime or tiade,orange groves,
and timber lauds. E.'RUMLEY, Keuka
Lawtey, Fla. He sends out
We have made some mistakes in portation, no commission men pro the best. $1.00 per 1000. Fla. 3-n-l6t '

i strawberry:growing. One mistake has blem in this work. The area, too, GRAPE FRUIT SEEDLINGS, 4 to 5 feet, $15 STRAWBERRIES The Strawberry
than 'could fertilize which will produce is limitedin 100 ;3 to 4 feet $to per 100 f. o. b. Varie- PLANT will be greatly over done next ;
been. to plant more we guavas so gated Pineapple and Banana plants, 25 cents year ;!
and those who plant under.the best conditions -
: well. Another has, been to'get extent that the business will never post paid. J. F. Allen, Pine Castle, Florida. only will make a profit. Lawtey berries are

fertilizer too close to plants and thus be overdone.The 9-14-3 quoted in the New York Price Current this
CABBAGE PLANTS. Henderson's Succession, week 35 to 45 cents; from all other parts of the'
burn them. On light Florida sand canning factory has now been in existence, $3 per i.ooo. 35 cents State, 25 to 35 cents. Lands for sale or rent at'
per TOO. Maurice Clavel, Wauchula, DeSoto reasonable rates. E. G. Hill, Lawtey, Fla.
i in for three
another, mistake, I has been to do all operation years. This county, Fla, 9'M3 5.4-tt



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65 70
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From New York. From Jacksonville,
G. M. tORR IL, Manager.Pa (Pier 29, E. R.) STEAMER Florida. "
.. Monday, 26th,'at 3 p m. CHEROKEE"...........Sunday., Sept. ist, at 1.30 pm
Wednesday, 28th, at 3 p m...... ........"IROQUOIS".Tuesday *T 3d, at 4.ooam
Friday, soth, atspm ........ uAItGONQUIN".Thursday, 5th, at '5:00am:
Tuesday, Sept. 3rd,at 3 p m..........."SEMINOLE"............Sunday, 8th, at 6.30 a m
Friday, 6th, at 3 pm...,....."CHEROKEE"........ .. Thursday, 12th, at iooo; a mI5th .
Monday, 9th. at 3 pm..........."IROQUOIS"...... ........Sunday, at 2:00: p m
Wednesday, nth, at 3 pm........"ALGONQUIN"......,......Tuesday, 17th, at 3:30: a m
13th. at3 p m........... "SEMINOLE"....... .. Thursday, 19th, at 4:30 am
Tuesday, Friday, ii at 3 p m......... "IROQUOIS" .........Thursday, 26th, at 10:30: a m
Monday,, ii 23rd, at 3 p m......... "ALGONQUIN".Sunday, 29th, at 1:30pm:
Wednesday, 25th, at 3 p m........... "SEMINOLE"...........Tuesday, Oct 1st, at 1:30: p m
Friday 27that E pm.........."CHEROKEE" ...... ....Thursday, 3rd'at 4:00amFrida :

'PI'I Philadelphia, Charleston and Jacksonville Line.For .

.OaQe Ha.1e.1 the present and until further notice, Steamer "YEMASSEE" is intended to

Between Jacksonville and New York: First-class $25.oo; Intermediate, $19.00; Excursion, 843.30; sail from PHILADFLPHIA for CHARLESTON, Wednesdays, and from

Steerage, $12.50. CHARLESTON for PHILADELPHIA, Sundays. Close connection made at

Jacksonville and Boston or Philadelphia: Cabin, $27.oo; Intermediate, $21.00 j Excursion, $47.30 ; Charleston with Clyde Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and
Steerage; (14.35. The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: ,

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. all Florida points. Also, Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia. ;

(Central or goo Meridian Time.) .

Nacoochee.............................. ............................. Sunday, Sept. i, 4.oo a. m. S r. f OHNs: I"V"i i I .
){an as.Clty..... .......................... .................... ..... Tuesday, Sept. 3, 5.00 p, m.
City of ................................... ....Friday, Sept. 6, 6,303. m.
City of Birmingham.............. .......... .. Sunday,Sept 8, 8.ooa. m.
Nacoochee.......... .........:.......:....... ...........r...........Tuesday, Sept. 10, 7.00 p. m.
Kansas ....Friday, Sept. 13 12 30 p. m. For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
City of Augusta........... .. .................. ............. .....Sunday,.Sept. 15, i.oop.m. .
City of Birmingham ............................................... Tuesday, Sept. 17, 4.00 p. m. the St. Johns River.
Nacoochee ............ ....,......................... .................. Friday, Sept. 20, 6.30 a. m.
Kansas City....... .....................4.......... ................. Sunday, Sept. 22, 8.00a.m.
City of Augusta............... ....... ............ ............ .....Tuesday, Sept. 24, 9.303. m. .
City of Birmingham ...... ...;....... ................. ........... ..Friday, Sept. 27. i.oop.m. .
Nacoochee ........................ ........... ............ ............. Sunday,Sept. 29 i.oop.m., Steamer "EVERGLADECapt. ; :," .


City......................... ................................ .....Sunday, Sept, i, 4.ooa.m. Is appointed to sail from Jacksonville and at 5:00;
City of Macon ............................................. ...... ..Thursday, Sept. 5, 6.00 a. m. Tuesdays Saturdays : .p. m., .
Chattahoochee.............. .... ................ ............ .........Tuesday, Sept. 10, 9.00 a. m. and returning. leave Sanford Mondays, and Thursdays at 5 a. m. r .
Gate City........................ ........ .... ......................... Sunday, Sept. 15, I.oop.m: ,
City of Macon .I Thursday, Sept. 19, 530a. m.Cltattahoocllee .
..................:.... .....:.... ..... .............:.. Tuesday, Sept. 24, 9.30a.m. General 204 .
Gate City. .............. .................... .........................Sunday, Sept, 29, i.oop. m. Passenger* and Tioket Office, West Bay St., Jacksonville. ,. V ;.* -

A. J. COLE Passenger Agent, Bowling Green, New York. .
( Ships do NOT. Carry Passengers.) M. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager 5 Bowing Green New York.D. .
Dessoug.................... ......,. ............. ...................Monday, Sept. 9, 8.30 a. m. D. C. MINK. General Freight Agent. 12 Eo. Delaware avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. .
Deseoug................................... .............'........Thursday( Sept. 19 5.00 p. m. THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York. .
Deasoug...... ..:..................................... ........|...... Sunday, Sept. 29, i.oop.m. F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, PI*..
JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent, foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville, Fla.
J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville Fla.
WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,
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RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Lewis' Wharf, Boston
W. I,JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street Philadelphia.W. WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO.
H. RHETT, Gen'l Agt. C. R. R.;, 317 Broadway'New York.J. ,
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