Florida farmer & fruit grower


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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.
S. Powers
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 28, 1895
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
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Preceded by:
Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by:
Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

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r nd P opr ILLE OU 6, 1894.
S. P6 eis, Publf he a r letdr. GKSONV OCT., R Whole No. 1339 Vol. VI. No. 4Q.

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CL Correspondence invited and stencils furnished on application. Reliable nents wanted at $ O 2. 1 75
all principal shipping points, ONGOL4
Firk:Natr'o alBaiii ofj cksonville;Piii.,-"Bl ukCo'zninertfBuffalc ,N.V. Dun'san&Brad- kE N[) F0FljA'rALCGU=
-A street's Agen n WtL-D UGV6
tou c n sa on ay liki.wegring the
Anct Building: t r4l. W. L. D.iialat4 83.00 Shoo.
1136OW ; we axo wai i ureys 6
il: 'thfWgr r Y]
OHAALESTGN. y Swo'eR in d;aRdguar nteeth ir.,
value b stamping the name and price un
bottom, 'Which prot ct you ap alnqt high prlce- i
the Middleman's lo-ofIts. Our shoeq equal custota-,'-,"
RfUFRRI NCI SBa'nk Commercei Buffalo, N.Y. Dun's and Bradstreet's Agencies. work in style, easy Biting and N earlng qiialltle !A
-,-F-rm dP ON fruil-Wrap 't 'ahlem thrua any oth r mak Take nu; sub
01"- 14 lircur dealer ca"o supPly; Yql j'Ny UL
-will bprCa)C1y;0cfobei, lst.
S pdin'y urOr ernoW., e have bothvar etics, the. White and Pale Ited. Price
er pac ketz 5c; lha foz. 'I 5c;'I!oz. 25.c; oirie-fourth1b.', 95 6, dni -half lb t 60 1 lb., 'Consumers of Fruit Wrapp6tAl it aid.' e 0 S BOAT,- .
now know that they get an holle'St ilealla RK.
of 4801 shee gan4jipt 400 -1. XIV S a-, 404D.9;
ullser'' 'd 13 --Illustrated Catalogtie ion.
to ream as'soh e free on applicant 49he i,, Fboricia.
Supply. l -M) bis ANI
Second Crop Seed Potattoe
Everythq ,,Jor Florida,. istablishet 1 &.813.
:':101JR 61FA -R-AND SQUARE",
e Jnic stedin plants, wh;
To ev&yon re gther forJTo se; Or i9arliest, strongest., most
PrintedN erg are putUp, I Z 1:. 1, de ductive Ready for fall delivef3
October 15th and thereafter. Can! ,
an( eac I rapper IS I nd,
of 1000 em I I CA LOGW E and MANUAL- becutanytime. Varieties: Ne ,
numbered ntin PnseciW,95qly queen arly P-w-,
prl will be found invaluable. We can supply all Fruits as grown in the South I Early Hebron, 1. 'No-oftecan besides Ornamental and Useful Plants and Treesfrom the "Four Quarters ritRn, Thorburu, 9 -rly- R*'
(Fro=7Aloei toZingiber-1 "etc.,) 1 a r Fy Norther, and Freema
------ of the 1 arth. I B, alt
SPE(I Crop lot pri, ,f
HONESTLY BEAT Sepd for free pamphlet, John
ISONIEP. BIUOS .,'Oneeo; irfa;. P arce & Co., NO. 404 West.MBfin
s eet; Louisvill K
our prices. Send for samples andprib6s
P9 l n. S6&ie parts ofthe country, at least, that THEY MUST HAVI AN'FARLY
JHE JERSET,,'GITY PA1NT1flG4&-' Orange at all. They are also learning that BOOXWS 10A.RLY is not only the 'FLORIDA STATE'
Y TY, N. J. i a li4t; but Best
JERSik 61 ana-nearest to a Seedless OraDge of any, now krqwn. Budded Tree ofthis and other varieties
N. B.-We do not eal in UnPrihtednow for sale by,:. U RA
--1 , :
A. Mo xii. C1
pro C J
S-- 'i-Trooi6al rgerks; Oilando, Fla,
able Professor s: '(I.od"
JUL W Has a ful ult
-1 -h fi 'eqiiipmeut ittijilaboratolBes and Shops. Givest T to -. f lip -J ive Full Courses oflnstru ion.
er 11 W
I e.
;..4-ii -V;- RON e ct
you wo t r sue'o I at THE AGRICUL;VYPAL
Ceed' b&8 k y 'i t vi,411 THE 3itcit, NT AL'
BATSUMA variety. 0 E9.
PEARS b-t Paper"-Shall ROR TRE
P ICHE 6a., 1, sj Eag. Japan &California. TEXAS UMBRELLA. THE"BITSINESS
'S ap -0graoth, fine. GREVILL*A,-ROBUSTA
d A Edo jGA S dQro qf P and A.. B;. to jg .du T,,T VXPLORA, of
lex iite qClE.8. -Oft! Ar TATIVOLI 'iA. ate
wo st, W =7=131 110111. IGS iina MUtlff Courses. ,Y
GIRAPES',1 gddd supply, -dhig kI a. POMEGRANAIXE$; Dung 111en )o-aj
Of 0 latest farm ilig knowl- W RG 50 vLrieti a., miag ball $to per month. You6g
jD 'n.; ,
0 zer %indd-lots of then t-write for what yeii want. e. Fly ul(L' = with private families in town, $J .
ppcifnns ofirult I L Seasnn; Rfld 61 r e7perknee and inronnation as to adaptability in, ship No tuition charged residents 0 ?,-&Dm-,
have it Sen' Aur locality, Nvorth natich more. For instaric voilraVedi ed
1).ILFerry& da. Next term be ins OCTOBER2,
4 bli ghclbiiilL"7,.ti(Ittislutofi(l.ottli4 Iiiin :ls() 'varletylestost'efl, <)or repu at, = t t For Cataloguegiving full .at!6h;, vrite,
-An Ex-0ove-ri or of-Fla. vHrea: -i'lley nrcbeaupe% so %jm pae ed,'"'O qhAnip A, tinvice, nd'e,,Ion who pretend to be experts., Prompt an to
attention to correspondence. t ricej reatmahi cat'ajj free 7-1 L O de *<
OrA M, City, Flo


Numerous testshave 66hchi6t ieiy de.04 46ated that the COCCIDICM, A f: ,Q 6 the aleyrodes (white fly) in all of its stages ofdevelopment. -It can, bow- %
be more effectively reached while in, the egg, larva and pupa states' qlw, in those states, but will commence hatehiiikAhe fly about the middle of June.'
tu AL]P -13;?,
It is'also fatal to the Spiders, Rust 3 ites and their eigs, drid to the Scale without reference to the)[iiatchingperiods.
-r H ;,E E U R ---K A .:'1,N,_8_ _:E: ,U ID E ..
THI OLD R14LIABLU. Always-on an attheY uc6d.rute. Will do all that is claimed for it
P H U R,.
Si gleba1Telsjtou,,P)r,. n car lotj ,
IP qVI -44 ,JIG
In Greatvanety.16 ri factu rersl prilces.
N. ArER M'0_rOR.'
A splendid a ves that are irrigated
pplia'nce-ior gro' Will greatly reduce the cost of using insecticides.. Rubber hose (all sizes), plain and wire bound,
C6qZq1wfll ar4ive in.Tune. Special rates for orders to be shipped from vessel. Pine box.sides, kiln dri heads, hoops, paper, nalls, etc. Pineapple cratesand other growers aiipplies.,
The rate ijr transpq#ix3g, Insecticides has been reduced from-0th class to class "K." A reduction 0 more than 50 per cent.

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.-.TH E: 0 RAN 0 E::G ERS R1

ng Insecticides and using them ourmZ-1."

ffered to theorange grower.
IJ derio' Lower. -the, Price, a
0 ther Insecticides haTe been throughout the State, Vs p1p, orm p strength nd can be d the purpose for Which it s ade.
-a W a epended on to accomplish wa In -elan be spra j6h,
the, rpes _At 4fy.-s&ge.,oJ 'gro:wth"''Vnithout! i juryto them orzth6 pers,6118,11 t
"r:As s ._Xill all insects, ifreciing orange ree we ave erfe
ulphur will-:4& Ahe p' ctbd Another insecticide,- known as Tar Emulsion which
Al' rodes Citri (commqpcly known: the White Fly), also the Red Spider (not the Spotted inaiteor Ye"119'w and use&,in, 60mbijiatibn with Sulphur Solution it 'Will give better results thanany insecticide ever used.
-'-Yehave 6alt--itbot6iigilly the past two years ourselves, and,,knQw whereof -we sl eak.
SLha M'_ en'used by soine of the largest orange growers in th TThese insectici( e e State and have givqLu perfect satisfaction.
.R fere4ces'an- genqa, usin- fu ion.
.,,,,,.e i g rmshed on applicati
W ri or'Price-Lik.

-..''-:M MASr" 3R'&.]D**=-,LER:

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Orange Trees
" Actually'g nd Rqp fl M de. from Animal, Bone,,
: BAI BONE, :10
7_7 I, Lemon Tr
is' Gu;ar'a d Fact..

Aid & chenca[MYg Col. The Old Reliable B' keye Nur'series.. ,"
; ,,X 44 Untin-n St! New Orkaw, La. I.have on hand the finest lot of stock I have ever grown of 0 the standard v&
yle es.
ti I have a speoWly. fine l6t of, Tardiff and Ja& iu tw&yearbu .-from fivis 'State :Agent,. tibb's'even f6et high. 1recognize the fact that 'itai 'hard to H A
j:.", times, ajidpropose: Be
to f 'Al nvfll' 'hard time'..pirlms. I make a,4jjecWiy of the Kin Orange.
WA man& ; Priibea, etc. Jackso: e, Via.,
Or, Write!for prima.
Wf_ HAtL A;7T. CH EL M. E. 0](MLETT, relp
Wiirsdale, FU
8 bitrus
cegt afieg Truit Trees
3' ected 'Attwu I 11 1 : I Use only,
peMag-'Wood for ftle'at alltbnes.
Oqrst6i& islft ..ATT)4NTION T Aiz, Over 10 Per Cent of P6t!afjh,.
ot- tal e and1Pr1cewIlst4&ieas erti
U]qC Information and PatAphl its 4

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soil and carrying wit it one pArt-of soda it exceedingly soluble and in identically the same nuts eitherin
gen to iooooo parts of water, fugitive and an amount of rain suffl- size Wshapc flavor or thickness' o -A,
there will bea loss Of 2 Y, gounds'bf -dent to render it available, if carried shell.' Any one who, starts a peach-, An Autumn Form the ed from
ula. nitrogen per acre from the manur '., -very little beyond that point, carries orchard always plants se
i Utor Former and 11-nit Growen
Dr. Voelcker's, analysis of the draiii-: off a good deal id the sub-ways of 'the the best fruit. For all. he knows' the
I I appreciate your kind' fkv6i 'rb- age- waters of a wheat field in the te- soil. seed will not produce fruit like the pa-,,-,
di f utilize components which- nacioij'soil of England, manured in The summer
gar ing er is plainly indi ated as. renV,-4 man runs much lesstisk In so,
was lengthier than I had a right autumn with ammonia salts su plying the period fo d
p r the application an olng'.
to expect from an editor. 82 pounds of nitrogen- per acre, shows utilization of, nitrogen. L et a fertii- I never plant a nut which runs more
Having led me into temptation I that for every inch of rain passing izer which. s somewhat strong on its than sixty-five to.the pound, unless it 1'.-A
-,make bold to beard the lion once through the drains iii. January a loss -nitrogeneous side, or even pure nitrate is has some extra -quality such'as -thin, Fq
again and for consideration present took place of About 8Y2 pounds of ni- of soda, be given, "little, and offen," ness of shell,. fifie flavor,. fulln'ess
"the tolldwing.: trogen,. costing about eighteen 66A' through th growing an assimiffiii kernel or prolificness 0 parent_; it
V6ur percentages Mi an auitiin'n' per pound as fertilizer in the markets t6:' period, especially'through SeptembE r must be something like these, to in,
zer are day. The loss of nitrogen. is thus seen and October. Then before the action diice me to plant nuts weigfiing,,
Potash..,.... I ......... ......... r4 to be very large' And it is shown thit of the tree ceases, wnile it is stillfull of than a pound to sixty-five. TbeJar'-,_-_'
Phos. Acid ......... s ......... o06 by far the largest proportion of the moving sap and With. vigorous diges- est variety which I have ever,, been,,_L_11 .,
Ammonia .................... o 2 nitrogen of the fertilizer, which is not on from the powerful stimulus of abl to secure measured faroun& the'-,! i
An advertiser's formula: overed in the crops is lost in dr in- the summer heat and abundant moist- longest and fullest way, four an& ,.",
age. In addition to the nitrogen re- ure of the waning rainy s6ason, let it one eighth inches, and in., circtmife'r' ,, Totash .......... ........ 12 to 13 moved in the crop and carried away receive a full supply of rnineral mat- ence three and one quarter incbes
Phos. Acid ............ 6-tO 7
-in the drainage, some small pf6porm :ters, which it will slowly take'up and lengtif one and three-quarter ifiche
-A 4 to 4Y2 tion is found to be retained in the soil work over through the.cold season. and ran forty-three to the 'd
poun or'L,,_,.j
Now doe you think this. potash idea
itself. The nitrogen may be of ad It is true nitrogen is very essential i8oo to the bushel; they wereall ba6r,,,
hagbeen run to the extreme?. This
vantage to the trees next summer, ac, for blooming, but it must be supplied shell. and I 'planted them on a6co 'j adv ertiser will I mix for me my own
cording to the source from which it is months beforeh be of their extra size.
as printed, and. It cannot They were t e,,t,
ormu a of components ..- 1. I L !
derived (raw ground bone being one applied and act as the bloom is com- largest that I ever saw. ut-j te, him his percentage' of
of the most retentive'forms) for while ing out, as with the mercurial straw Taking all qualities combined
-bur I a
potash-Was unnecessarily high. fof ammonia salts and nitrates'yield only berry, which will show the effect of a nessof kernel, delicac of flavor aud-4
soil. It may do for, high sandhills y
very small residues and exert little br nitrogenous al5plicAtign in, foue. day n fi oll, the
-but, for ..our heavier soils, with,,, cla s. thi fiess of! s 'forest: ntit, Nvbicbl ,'
y no effect -beyond the first 6 f 'i4i
siibioil Averaging :2y, feet-, I do.not year, rom I (ii is t ro.duct of.a. tree-ii',
my own natur orchard), mieasLirin
think so much. bones cottonseed meal a d the like Planting the Pecam at
potash necessary. n
'Again for winter. fertilizing say Nov we get large residues of nitrogen in 3Yx3 inches around and
r Farmer and Frult Grower:
the soil, which tell markedly on the in. length, running 55 and 66,t6 the '-: '
",5 toDec. 25th your proportion-. of 'P1111
trees next summer. pound or 2400 to the bushel, nly % ,,
ammoniais notsufficient, as ammonia PLANT THE NUT BY ALL MEANS T"
In the drainage, investigate" opinion the best.
is.a-s. ess mental for bloom ing. 1011s at in preference to transplanting young
ec nt article of yours regard' Ro'thamstead it was found that, 'al THE PAPER SHELL IS MOST: POPULAR
r ing trees, even when the latter can easily
effects of.: nitrogen for., wintO, -jkefti- though large quantities of ammonia s 'Obje tion -,tb-2
be procured. To dig up the tree YVW'ere are serious
ere app 'h
l4ingciting the fertilizing and work- 0 wi h a. suAicient tap root to secure its this variety. It is much more ia e
M hol I
'I 9 O_ 0
"h- f strawberries in an orange plats, the drainage waters fro em living, and to diga' hole'd6ep en ugh to destruction by worms which re
contained mere tric'es of ammonia, to reset if s
,,ove as an Instance, coincided with kernel
gr o as to insure it living, is into the shell and eat the:
yview .Solltdeam''M'oniaand6icess but at All mes of the year nitrates'were toomuchlabor. Withoutthe best These worms begin the attack-son present in quantities. From this itwould and lab6 few or' none of the affi i the bloom drops 6tf Aud qf:;potash may do for vigorous: old care e
'beanngz tree$ uti for bearing. trees- ofappear 0, uct"
that it is chiefly', if t s0161Y' tt&s so sot out Will live; those product".
I no which can destroy- the entire of
-,average.. condition, I think .: a little Om nitrates that crops build up their ddlinger along without' making any tree by the time that the nuts sh-1 I
more ammonia and less potash..(too stituents- 0- growth for year, so that anutplanted mature. I did':not get_'two,,.,&
h- f hich checks wood develop, fore leaving the'subject of drainage ,lo gside of a' tree will so my I favorite, paper-.2
0 W. n on overtake sound nuts from
:ment) preferable. water it is worthy of note' here that it. These' remarks are applicable shell tree last- fall because t e-,.-,
9 upon statements of -Such phosphoricatid andpotash, the most where trees Are dug out of the forest ;. worms; otherwise I should::' liave ;valuable: mineral constituents of 4er n sery'
growers as Lyman Phelps a d ur men ave ways for planting gathered 5000 or 606o nut f A I'll,
s romit.
E.. H. Hart, Forresters fertilizer pro tilizers, passed but little into the drain- so that the tap-root is under control. Trees which bore a harder variety 60
stands at the;:-head of Well- age water, but were retained almost Myplan.is to ele ate ..a bank of nuts, and which touched limbs
balanced intrinsically.: valuable fortil- 6a
entirely in the land; while the 1-,nore rth three feet above the level of the' this tree, bore good ops. Th6,ker",,,
izers though expensive., abundant and less important z mineral" "griound surrou ding it with planks. or nel of the paper, shell nut becomos ,
Forrester?. an lvsis is: matters, such as lime, magnesia, so I bed the, nuts as close
da rails. -as if rancid and unfitfor food:in on'61 JC
chlorine', sulphuric acid and soluble
km Onia, 4; phos. acid 6 avail. silic planting -sweet potatoes And about two the time that the meat: of a hard
potas 6 actual. aj passed in large quantities into inches undorthe dirt; then in the fall does.
1 40W my. idea for a the drainage water.
winter fertilizer tear down the planking and rake away THE BEST TIME TO PLANT.
JO, 6 1 It follows from these investigation's ir ec:
Wpuldibe ammonia, 4 the d' t from th di
1 11 .. ; phos;, aq e roots, I baye' an isinthefallandwinter r tly4fter,,,_11',
-0 ailable; potash, .6 to 8.actual. For first, that much more nitrogenous A auge'r'two inche in diameter, a car- thedfitmatures. If I it is not conve"
SPrl-ug an4,summpT, use a terial must be applied to the sand ter's -auger, made on to a long ient.to,,prepare: the ground,
mr-, k4v4 peni y
1 -5; pho&, acid 6; po sh,. to 5 than would be needed to produce a iron shank. -sa
04 ta With this I can bore bed out the nuts in moist 0 n,
given increase m the crop; supposin: holes very rapidly in which I insert. later than January or Februar ou,.,9
pleased.to hear yourcdi, all the, nitrogen to' be
W1 b6 t ecoverabl6. the long tap root And carefully. fill can then take them. up. an
- cisimson:aboye.. Ca youinfornime Second,, that z nitrogenous organic ifiai- Withdirt-then -,pour in enough wa- where you want the tree to gro.
p, rFqf uiph. amm njajii: Now brki ters wheri Applied to _theland'under e March. or April. If the nuts'
t r'to wish the loose dirt down coin
SUBSCRIBFR; decomposition, and Are gradually re- pactly.', With this aifger I can set out' germinated and- sent, ut r f Alacbuacounty, solved into.: ammonia 'cbm'pound several hundred trees in a day and be careful tbatyoudon
t re it-,
e a ction to the. ap, hich After bein 'retained a' application. of w g to
bje jhdit have :Very fair suc:6 ss with the' The little tree is. av r
nitrogep.m. -the fall, is chiefl the los. time ':.-by, the, soil, are finally There is nothing which equals' plant- when it, first Comes, js li el
ses. thatoccur through:,the ;.,Winter, in dildized'intlo nitrates, in which' form ing the nut just Where the tree is to die dow'n unless shaded 1C I e
the, drainage waters,, _..The..; nitrates they are most available nd b rieficiAl remain, h'o'wev' A sound nut nevef the ground-nextto it i _S1 ept stirre
-_are-,_exceed ngly soluble and fugitive; to plants and, trees, but Are not.al l fails to produce a tree. This is. caused by the July, aund Aii-, ,
ammonia salts less so, hence much :is soTbed- by the sdil"and are readilf Always get the fin'6st nut possible,! guis't-hft. baking' the. earth around, it,dependent on the4orm in which th' wasbed.'Put'by rain.-'- eve
at an exfra cost, rather than and drying up the sap of the eclet,,,-L.
nitrogen is ;app ie 1* d :Raw ground bone, linsoedineal and Dl tineri- ndt9which you can pick' At the surface 6f the., roun&
ngt atfro'm'one-q' It e apt I th , 'is
Assumi- h uar er to, sulphate of ammonia at to yield up or no ing., 'you as me ive
If k 'if I tap.roots will I':'- it theie no ever&.-,
nearly one half (in Florida. sands full their nitro en at a' time s At r think that a nut will produce its A I drouth, and will send out another'top.LL'I.,
S ) ofthe Atihiiale -rainfall -de- ffi ote from the applicatio d shal, I say that I do not. Lhave gath-1 Thetap rootgrows all the time, and
indie thafil ity ih6es below, on the a dunt of emd huts 16! ny -se d,' o t v
-rainfal iss mi Aick6r 'A d
pecan foreststis able, to:
surfac'.- he' I h' f d keth' of niti :!es of all ages d sizes bore stronger, top, the hextti _to resist tl _"
e n every no ..o.-rain an ma em content, ogeh where in an
e -yet'l hav& idever's6eh two e8 it, 't- t'hi
'si throui-h the driiihs-1 or: thej'si!b,-J available _Oii th dthdr'hiiid' titratbA bear-


HOW TO PILANT-PFCANS Trees iwitl ,.SiA t Or, seeming s 0'
$1itir. o h to show that in '_Olie slgl]al' of stress. n t ming,,
-An-average--sizi -peci ti e. teed' p leaves over
A "A 'api veffdw"of-iffs-cct--de-pred-a- -ss e; d d -of th e- sul hur having' been 'in the -I 'found-e
forty f66t each- -way,-. yet'as Afie'itrees tions, it. is safe to. say., that- t4erq, can a ious to, tb ods of aphides or een lice with
will beat sdrnd years f; tue'w atever'in sulp ur in- ter.ially prom ted their' growth an& t1*V' e. attefda is lit L.hd
_requi6 all: this space, and agtlioi tini- Sorted in. hbAes. bored in' tre4 'since themmore bjealtby and robust !ants, which, sQme say -are their over
ways as-Valu4 ble as hi k eV,
-is al' seers and proprietors,
-be i t' f 'h whichr'4
c OrY the 'first anriouricemeli t is,',rem. irst and, Second 1 reports on the In for es"an'd "wagon-- Ongucs 1) : : they have s cked ailftllO.Ii
p14 islied sects of New-York, 85,6, P 113_,) equmrito
if his, ants, are themsQlyesn'ilked
been, r in Iowa, whose trees' -of the
and--th6 like, it is a good plAn' o L heck from 'time -to tim e -a' s an' 1 fallible cure, X'fr;
0, _: ul I t gro w e rioto anA'-:.
tows tw ty feet e 6 Way and cut _ni p
On a tb ndust qrprising
notwithstanding. thatit has been, as, PY, e ft, w
ere annually inf sted with the canker W Other this b& 6_.,or n6f,: I is
is the'ioo601lJs 'often refutea..- y petiments r epeated- wo r I m, a nd-. I who had been led, I tq _be_ aht, Wh
good stand may be had Or in at li e.t q. up f qFpA
ao:le'fia 'h tiiin
In li, that 'no beriefit 116ye in. th "sulphur cure," omitteO cer in yvil
quibklY:by p ting two Kb niit in e ch op broker they always, _tiqtJnp4irs,, an
as resulted. rom -,I s use in: this -year -his i sual p otectio of tar
7 v : . % I - I 1 1. p )r ii,
at a, de th of ff6m thr'l iee'io si'x manner. d6plation and jistre.s s;,comO, in flip
P] b a ni'ds', et c.,, 'an d applied
inc s ome rep a ing may' be nec. , 6 ,n l''lit, '.1 L. -1. 11.1, I 1 twenty-sev- fj
The: theory of this tteatmen of in- o rids. of flowered sulphur in and, w ak e o tbei r opera ions.
i ssary: f6i a -year; or t*o', After the ,giyefi at6ve-thai Ithe Finding a liese... g, ef, X,, intp,.r-,fested trees a on about 120 trees-,and the result Ad
6 .3,6drs o 7 '' iha 1 h 'a e Ty -I'
i'ap'root is foftr or -fiv '1 1 t 1 s sui'hiii, is decompo ed (a oi 'a) b I ers had in d d d
ve y was t neat y all t e. folia V_ , .; . -, 1) K piUjis an
gp of, th 0 _P. f
, ; -. alffiost ind, estyuctible' 'You- grub he d' k, may e9s& -46 ',c ino es, o
.rapidly hffigt
sap an ta on up -in t e clr cula- trtes Was eaten up. and -the fruit near.- Wex its,
it each' Year, during y6ur IN& and' it ti-o;'n: and is'exhafed'from tb6jieaves," lk 11 des o' I r ir l
... I 4 -, ir yed The Practical En -en oymeD1.01 prosl
W49eba up sh'oo6' as" high and r6n5d'eis thena,.di$t i.e.f l.-.an-d,un7 91pgist, i,, 1866, p. 96.. r ..r, 'IA156 - rkliwith
ICT9 I I .: 1 I ... _afi6ii 6 to Abe
CIA 'e o -owing season 861 f, _f,
th -f 11 d ooicif a-ir'' war.
suitable for ood is not a' souna one. issue
th ,4f I ,
seewt Art esame land-, call be mU& kin -drod tfid kfiif -tb' the. hilt, I
1. 1 1 u1pllur-insetted irrto a tr,:;o c not
I .- I 1 1 z -, Tor
k, jk f3kirmi hing With Our Insect
yie ar ; I I ried h
-ld' revenue frohn both t kerosene
-nut$! an; d e circ eniti sion -but -I enter into t 4 atjqnunless it is ]Enemies.
Aimbr- b"l pla e, I n I e entree ed o. I n n Or
Y_ I h _th u di side
4rst diss8lv'd, and if -is a :scientifi"
of rec -ed ;nothing ountDt 901111)1 ,in, OnAhe first of -last February, while l6aVes. k
ct.t at itis.rli water, or
1mever-haVelound illitt the'pe 'b f A, lstr:ciiing 'tbis, in,- buf Aslight sprinX16,tha't 'would
can t e sap o trees,, s Ilu onni w4y from the hyperborean north
hag-- ield6d'tho fal5ul' so 'ba6ver.
ous number's may be cited the experiment m4d, S i q by to this land of sun P and flowers,
'1-_ 'o -bu'slig te some c oiL :*'then secured', :a d&ous
wi h: laim'. Er N'w nta Gorda a stately
r1V I Mr-Isaac Wicks, f, riq tiy iitho ,sirpets of Pu. pqn
'two to f tb ew clouds 'of pposd,
", L- 1. our 'bus-he s-annually is a kir, years ago, of inserting-a qik a tity of. ., ; n, some. colonel, or general, 1 Ahr &st, 'su'i d
,$, ' b
d a4rage forest free- more
46r;aif. lp uj in some. each, t' to:-besure-dedth t6'such- as, t eyj in
j su p as., a rem- orjudge,. L suppose, taking me for gn
-treesbear less than' over this am- ount.- cu t I t ing h it ey&- The. unterrifi V r
edy for. the 'IyOllows.' On acquaintance accosted me as. colonel t, 0, ed aht 'o
In the fellow Ing catctfla6 h ., seWicoc'ed hisweather oy d
ions we will up t e trees five y6ars there b yi, but when I assured fter it sprii Od him I e: an sage
li years a f aimer .1 c an to such title-and .
consider that itile d in its -original Ld" no right ly Tpmal ked that4 w I
was.foun condition. could as oil y a pecu.
trees bearing one -peck each- A t stor
(Practical -Entomologist-, 1,' 186,5, p. not,. rightfully answer to the name u m ind'he guessed
4,--distafice.-of twe,nty-. P6et bach way' 125.) yan immigra rit:77ore o a th*,vven if tfie chancede; td swallo''O
4 1, JbiLwillallow-about too, trees toth6. -of the ,minute paAicles
company. who were making our way sotbe,
In the Country Gehileman for Au- hat In would-be, done, and so' lie
acre -and corn, co on,, W eat and to-.Southern Florid a. to found a
rust 17th of, tho'ctirr6nt ,y6dr _(page' colony
flier -s: 6anbe iaiso d -on the same 9 cr d iiy he'saia he hoppd, We would would take the ChADCO ..'aii& rmt va
0 an 3 I 1. 1- ,
hil 634 ., a, correspondpil, t writing from not let the'mosquitoes drive us..out.
rees are gr w ng. tie cat&- the field. :His;
Ne Okford,-Pi., has giventhissul,
hundred trees: a d ini t red all right And so tli e gerioir
one peck each is 11 hat we were not the Pro'-% J assure a];
phur cure as -effecttlal for'the elm leaf
Or oring those. bol s V-- b d 'imom our Td ulsed, had to agaiii recall his f6r'c'es..
beod kh' b kiiida people to, e riven f VI e JT9111'69.
at$, z) 'al.bu L61..i ,.$6'2.'5 '9-"-' "I 1 1
-2.5, _j A' t b such At odtcoction! of that' "I
per I d in en liliptitian adver -Vi --I
with an' inc auqr I q 9, T,4 n s SO' y 1- 4 I I I
,'M ,' -gcie. It 4 far , h f I .. I I It. i che I as,:the.ne' Of tli,
mex as rom 49 10 I0Q j series. 1 ut or fear of being misun- weed'w xt tesort..:1 eandeep; ahd filling them wit]. -Oulphor,
_Pe' ;antf wha't:nOe(:tJs th
in es ore d- I h kqrpt90_, mig t, ave assu i mal I h Alth t
0 en plugs 'two in c es long.wer I d'' r -creation, on y t e y goa and
3 -, I L- daqar1yn1Ore:cott9D corn 1 1. -1 'f rpose,, accordKM 6 ,him to, t at it was our o ty- pu.. that-fallen biped,. fafsdy Aid' t6z-bd
driven III a half, inch from the''baik. h""
wheat? .,I bave rna4e a conserva,- The foliage of I the trees was perfect 111.9 se',oJ the'F ther afEd'in the imago; an -11kne
7,jiyeand dona' to be estal G_ d-(itis-only theresurrecteddrif
t e, ext d e! beetle o uf 4- bdl's klng Allen
__yo;4rj,, an -on y on
s gi-yen-are'witbin' the -reach; of, W h'. earth, all such enemies
J- h S' -1. date not question the hSh ed. on t e variety which has su h 'Pxaltetl,,& i
wa seen. e
u'l far Ao: as' ilie soil the', _'*hic i are of tho curse, the rein oval have. a pench nt for lt' AM 't146
tatemen maeo tlieabsehce.bfp adA ted.to pecan cultiire. Mcb is omise tribe: so far as I"kno
,P f, d whole insect
blO64s 13 t we do iiot'.kno* whether 0 ;w .,,, _,pr-: 1. 1, I .1,
t)rcllard maybee-irrip '_ ", : -, b ep es; on y e 1 Ais
a hor it, and of r tii 1 ,
1, resulted --from' an exterminating OUR FIRST THRiE MONTHS
a du t ii reas. A
*an A e pro ypruping 4ipg worm fattens. orl:I't' NOWM
I OW I ill sick
6iso Q Q9 t -e- Weak and lovely
&thinni g, but I campion the sand banks of
tefer-,an qrcar y accesss was more. marked and, ut, Or.rm t e preceeping:yeqr, or E tero wereAndeed a memorab
trKplAntedfrom thebestrilits; atid. ly, wo fl, t bi i reac itig!, e!eiiiRit
s 'a:war- illgiaifficlty of hi -' fh
f to, ie ex
ated-.fton h 111, Terimen rig b rwithL
t- v een fare the musical mosquito and -on -the undersid6-0
i-JtsinfAncy,,t e-nuts -from ad i uln ._ sfi4ldeM f ih! e Ult
in 611 A6 Afto 6lin; u's dMeri- While we. were ;all
vild'n : ats. Ahe e the -f isky, flea. age, my success be
Cana which is fa- r 1 bl might have: eL
_F. s.. ia p: tot sore y w f 1 ,- I., : I-.,
h ourlded v e held our ground,
-.the corilp lete. ': : rhe 6 m leaf e to 110
nit A -6f, t 1 bee6 flia- Lf6 & o, One achments onthe :en mies', 0 ihe whol it wais, pretty tdu&
the E'hgl in &
i'sh elm, c4m -es.) u- utide. in:; theJorm of co f table
eopan c qlturq is in j"Its, infa gIP a drawn battle,;,an&I retired'HinAh
houses; by, the help. of, mosquito bars, e
'ts- expert 'aO certain it is t e su phur had no lb co Aftt, resolved that, aho'tii6i'9&aibn,
JiMgre, 41-look for hi
'ff t J lljhe' beetle 6an-if it h A from w could, paitiaAly.exclude
great, resu ts as % soon, As the pioneers b;, d, ii rA fiia:f
after -my arsenal was rdpl t
4_ L -1 1 1 1 een: p ace in- a ri e
d:llble iwa rock bdr tozmentors. We Were: beguiled i gun a spraying mac e IKor- V d the.wa to a ; ; t,.uio s%-h e bib
pai li away-. -vehp ift d sulph w", wha oi'-our -sufferings by-'the:oftqce8sjane-Gan-sh6_W i) js_ how,: td -py as g4 k enitilsibnf
deam, mixture erosvhi
lit -ih A' t1i f 2:Y'tfi6hC& to
soluble ii Se W6111
pp pM,,_a bepevo--- b Or aiii
;44V qYemlu.qhqYhVtQ bb, ,
in- i4l" incl-es-iri e repytet rumpowA d
i&the free' there, could. re to. encquEa
-tlXq mab and I hiope., that ,,g 4; iAl ai .. 41 wbateivf-else-is known to1_ b6._':_sUre'
'il"Lln _. . "I t ,:. ire it an
lp, eno sap. present d rel
t' dis, W
b o oa, iiatives that om,:thr,
;t Olt vieft) "ex: e tp risec parasi es) u
convey upw4r ranchois.' fully,.set in-and, the
"'erLIellCe'avd ob46r d .iis bii this-itn ra ny eason had now the warfare along t
d "o far -'wit iiri tl e iru he line,6fin
'Al in I swamps.-were oucejull o water, m -n'ot
-W OP 6i ies, to man boast and i- 'Ili
I d''a"d, 66; liv -- pla
virtue lyrge e in,, is I
qi itqa oulodisappea r (Ifi as_ oulcl
g,6tting the.-insatiablew -biped p#Aing p o I r ion-' t at thl-6 q gh' 6t. 'fi tb'
w, ig e. keep'ihem company. z Neither paiA any siie_ Jlhe.,lisurer And his confrere AM
'ads 'of beef' at er 11 ty the
,ere s _.p passes'- frord ce 1. o ce r6g rd to ih promises so.freely made, wor'
monopolists, whose deadly k all
s'Hi pped fr6ni, PJ hi, City,, is 116doid ."t, i 1 t -1, as
tess no n as in, heir name, or,, 1 any, on y par la, of the world' f6
along the history
6", J a c k s o I 1%Vi I I e 'b t RO-1Y. C. P.4 s, YL to, the bewhe-r. lidy&s''nea 'r th an, millaitivp
bark a tcniporary, Still more-di
17 d up reA ms: to deserts." r
Dr. Flit in an oiipoiiimeb fi 'gnat and.sand. fl. q47 ibis no one Ilee : mistake
tJv 4.0 -Y, Oc ri
rea di e, the
the, att that P oli. 0. S 14aiiy p filjth
t'q e sew ore) eir, fi g We
le-:,qu i th Jch
o,,e,, q wor ap s -which 1 shall assail the% latter,'
Ity Occu.... f !he pbgfti Yi ',
-,p qui e r 'on th 7 4 [may fittingly, be called. the 'irpfingment i bile #, tmm.
j_& 1 -1., 11 1. e.
.1catt e shipping' can sta e. tent caierola i, plap or arg.mep an
point, an ed a, li of _i rturoa.- '1 d beasts TJXj
-t t W, I 11 .. I 0. F. LAMOREA
i h Pth F 0. & P. rAroad wild clieTrytree..b e' ; he' only ects of the attack of' is
sl iipped' fift A
fou, rl' carload -11 hile, 4uite young onl;
ca erpi ari., y i ese.parasi e foes. Aln Q t, pyery _4!7
f-:be6f -cattle -tr y si ce' one-foufi46 ahlp n 1qDg, 11. dplant'h4s its blood .'What other part of fhe .count.ry thet
_6f J hua y lak, VfiisiiiAes
Y Ipolqtelie_. wit 'thi hic,., imitating, hurnall i7,e of D y has, within -the
ik_ f;b6at 1 0 3"'h ea 0 cai elAn6ther lini ..wi _4;nest of the s rue giee n
d, are.thirs tjpg for its -biooa, iia oze ed its taxable: years in creas
31 Afif di age Ws'pi &ih tip, containing, yj_, Green in_ Florida, -gardeping, I., r wenty-tirro'es and its popplai
1 ble-groNyers;_ d,.muskmelon
di GaihesviI16 ays thereafter, -the L wanted cqpi mpqKs an ix hundr
d s. 1 94.' ed pei, 0ep 'Z'
th'at" pigrops are ver ,de- caterpilla a;rn
is '6 t, the, and when -t ey, had: lthiqds Pade
_Vd colinty's, ieco
s&8m of their early crops., ;k JJ f"
t li'd, attained w sta .p4,t gfqW, W

j, 2
b I _t 6r the,
n. ebt. to Gtowe s.
ltditor Fanner and Fruit Grower:
",,,Apples will be higher. EY .s
T" 9,
he crop is, a-,failure And- th Ameii an
supply is short." One: of, th dal Y
papers prints an intervi6w. 6nr the
nr dopeedla ,*ove named ubjectwith M
"0fiSgobel & Day, who said with inuch
'positiveness: IIY6u are. at perfect
fell 6,
nnka : ty-,to quote me as saying'.that,,the,
ill not
American crop w e mot tiha
Foir ne-third of a fair average crop.. By ftsfimelv lb ;drious results are -prevented
on, liftn'13 9'lecfbf.sirpposd trifling ail me tits 'or accidents imay cause 1011'r
ughly informed bisan
Jt 0 11, Y a d
AO su cring an exL 5i. edoetors',bills ,
am'sdie of- it. Along the Fludsorv ff U' =E
A, lody 6 the -14ew'Euklabd Farmer of August: 1, '87, a4ei
1 ivor: there is promise of, a good'yield" A -.,rAi-..._,,. . - I avis' Painivirit aq;H h, 2 ofcfill&en:sa 'Perry D
c c as to t e car,
but in It e wes ern -par
of the'sit", killer-is -price our li e some cases-much more than, a
-wo _i'tSct ofy,
th r6 will riot be this seasow:m r ec'
ore 9 ldoctor f6 th people- and e o za bi ckild -en, suffer"from iii o
e-,.'eighth of an. ordinary crop;, -c3 'zolera,,J -Colic and
than on ,= her I lt,,i ui iar thma imme
In t t.11 sav
see ion almbstaltof,'the apf, y dyoung life inight be &d if every motherwould
4esbavejallen-to:the ground efor
maturity. e cause of the... fruit T
fr Z 00"
dropping om 'the trees. was th e Pr 6
longed. and,- exc essive'heat-a nddro4th.
:Some., of the ,Western Stat es., ave M
-small crops, and9thers only fair ones.
Now, as it is a well known tact that .-Send for book on Summer-Complaints mailed freeoto an, y.-address
When apples are a s6 afc"iY' u Remeniber-Only Pain-Killer kill pain. Bol&3 now conlain'double the
fruits command better prices, I d,,in
iew of a decreased citrus cro -So
p, there J PE:RRYI DAVIS, &.SON, to Pirolorietor PIROVIDENC 1.y the growers.is no reason wh ro7
viding they use their good j udgMUiTL=
hOuld. notp q tb ents' a quart'- and probably iw'67-or_y the., scarcity of sist in* making the rich fruit merchants
'r e Mo.;t rtdeif i '9 ofthe o;nebranch ofthe4ruit crop and the in the large' citieg richer, when by co- ffiAee imaes as much.
tent decrease intheir own. ti' nd systernaiizing your hfall other h6ok should be The F. F. and V. A. should have tairs'as business meh should, you can switzerlAnd, Fla.
their agencieswell established by this reap the 'reward j ustly your'due?
itl C w6rld R;iu d hiw elo t but time, and the crop divided up pro r I ta
MmE ANON. irri tfon an'a Pruit Sb,i
ijt& Of iis lniaim. tidn., amongst them. This is the opportu- _New -York City.. 'h
alifornia' fruit company as
to abolish the auction methods; irriga-W It'heiii-cal: 16e itives a6rig It e e ect of
Set a price on the fruits to the-agent.s -Dr. rIce.7sCrpg;n f ak-ing Powder kio'n fru g s P it a ards' its's rfull,
th I Ohl I", on Tegn story oteducational.e terprisesti_ ccording, to the grade ope that Mo9t. Pei-feci,-Made.
,f6r'of I I h li, is dried.' They o
en i u'hd fat 'ef
will, make the, gro er satisfied une'jmec t9 I :' h the ii, g 'td IrM
Thec ilnrht a-an 'titutlonl to us, Rii Plorida d
for-his care and trouble. in-producing
sa of .fr -i d', . haa fOA firinkA e, ancf ierefore,
lends an rbaiiiirs. Such .9 was
,,sii ol before, and them,,: and a new era will dawn: upon 1 ditor Fanner And Fruit Gr9wer.
,rlias nvyeribeiefi male "n kate n'sthoul hav, your careful conskderatibri. him. it is plainly evident that only 11 have read, Mr. Davis' notes -.on fruit'" grown' without lir"igat'ion. Tkel
Its of this llb'e al'and mammoth
by co-operation can the best results be aspbr rxiq in,-F. & F., G. of Sept.: c6ric'lusio-ii is-th'at the-gr a ey 1pq(Afnt,'1
obtained. 22 with considerabr6, interest.. il'e'n'alled, t be r 6 o fsa er Is4tiierefore'egrnestlyiplicited Thd rowers have only to join-, There.isone itemof news in it. I
a e up more.minera ma er.
1 ve, Ytp-- io 't k tt It
t6,jIV&thea n masse-the F.-F. and V. A- who never heard before of .-:any native. I '. ,, i; 11
c'e"ina libei llty deserve. a so made a more vi 'of,
_,99 9us grovt
4re in i8hape to taid them -if they will raspberries. If there are any, I would joa Ves, and through It,, es; "r
_h at y glad tot know more about f
bnly cleave to, it asthey would th iri -proportion eir N ver buted a greitter 'sa&A,
Th e lb( st and'heretofore'roost own business affairs., Aye,-make- the, them. ri ; e pill h w'as' posgibl Ah ih6'
-e pi ii've.Efi ycl _.p t. an
opmdIaJi within easyreach ews that raspb !..
ssociatioh'saflairs your own, grow- Jt is not n erries can on, tree
If 1* hada 'd"'
of e enth ,bcys and glrls. poorer o iage eP e orida., I had some fi
rs,:and success -will surely attend be growri,'in, Fl encourage your c Ildrin In habits cient supply o, water.
iceco ',;tnyfdri e ndbleii f all gurpos yourefforts. veryy, fine berries in the surnmer of
the sake of_' ducatlbn., 'Just B utone.thing-the most essential 884. It_,is a. very easy, matter to
Ibinkofdtl Asaving of only io ce-,'s a day of all, should be decided: upon. The have one small crop of-red raspber- An Ever-Beating, Orange,.
ur -iteat Bhey, Ioj;"a
wi ii $P 'e you 66
)3r)tiLanica', til6b' 6vers,-6v'e"r-y'de"p'ar'tmeni" agency ; system, -should be adopted rHes. .'. Procur6,fro'm a- northerlinurser-y 'Mr. Sim ms,,proper'; fbunder'4 t1i 1 s'
ofkno ,lelgezknp:wq;to:man iind.'N'b 4nd-adhered to the Association'. in (Deto'b r or November plants of ai:fty valuable fruit, says it -is a true', 'Citru's
,man neads-anyother library;,!w man caq red variety, Tirrier of Cuthbert v'ul ari fo6d wiid iti the k
.1 1-1. 6""Wi _, I ''I By the adoption of that method: the good OP a
'hav&a e er one.
krower will receive just remurierati roba ly do 'on vill W h best. Pay an hammocks withbut the bitt:6 of the
ction system he wiill ge .'of
6A l i, M Ind Whilst by the -au extra price for e'ytra; large- plants and common *ild
, I. . I I t
Th'at t ls Inew oltlofiis t6h leie tn s receive only decreased retUrDS. order.that the, tops sball be left a mocks. -The tree hathecharatte"ristrc-_4hich the least. 18 inches long. If these are.set 6f'b eing lut es,,arfd is'th6 61y1ncyciqoe4ix in the The' auction system, -in fruit the year iourid 'ah&
*drld riMsed to date mnd plfe d fd ale our Italian oducts have always on -good rich soil ;and well ckred for, is:wirhout doubt a cross;:-tlie &ir' 1. at f T'he pr. I -of liold
14%mr-, --_ il 'o been distributed -has been, quoted by koumill. hav.e some" ver -good berries ahge With the sweet-and ing. .I
U utJon only, or whom 1.11 W.,19-blu y

mpt r uX e., Its
lcharies.N 1 1,'be prepAI4 to 'any railroad its adherents as the.ofie'most accepta- the nextsprkng. the fruit on the tree f6r motitfi : : afte, -'_,',
Station In the UnIted-States, Theorigin l
I J ble. If 6he half the plants are alive one, they:are fully'ripe.
f r Aeticil tic o4-L' us s, yles of . I f
to American ..ideAs progressive,,, year from the they were set out, has now both grebTi and ripe Olranpes,;" ',
but it cannot.be called such to ship i theymill have Aone remarkably well.: and.they are picked ripe,.jtticy,,and 5T U,, (oKv ihe. entire products of the Ameri- If ten per cent. -live f& bear, a second delicious any:day in the yOar
ATLANTA ers to ..a -few, eastern. cities crop, you will be. more success ftil than ,he.:ft en in sizei-and--,
composed -of A out: orie-sixth of the I:have, been. thinner skinned than the 61d.ohe,, wjth ,- ..
countrys populafion, and permit them I never -,succeeded in getting any less tag and very few seeds aAnd f ,i f., cities fid -variety to germinate.: home use every garden, from ., Tampa- '
If You. Are si ort. to distr'ibute it to the othe seed of'any red..
fybu have our'stencil andyo' r fruit reap the reward the. growers should' A seedling, from. a black cap variety to Brunswick should possess,:it,
is'.bright and As I arge as, 176 to 226, ask 'Obtain if they will only co-operatei lived 3 or,4 years, butmever amounted sur ly.must, prove valuable rio rquegapris, ut .,begin. at once to ship. -much. , ; I f,-.,it "
b ;" Why hould not the growers of Cali-. to. ket variety. Only to think
A:ie C01111pg 111 s[nd S6111) g 'A 1 fornia and Louisiana i 'nwith Flori If'some one would.follow up the Hoel-brange picked fromthiDIrce
16 sp, endid Prices. Ifyou are a ht- .!
n use the same age its, gr ing of seedling, the third or mornin before breakfast the year-Zl
-416 slioft,:say so, and *6 till send you iL, in one ass ociatio n ow 9
chedk, the: day;-your fruit reaches us, scatter tbeir.crops through the. country fourthIzeneration might possibly be. round! A guarantee is giveii by ,Mr
and-fair threat. ut toal ee was foiidl
J and' secure a full realization ofthe come uffici6ntly a&limafed to fruit Simms that the original tel whA"h bu'' t our usiness to. be, full benefits-'of cowoperdtion wid. the prdfitably.. As I said'belo re raspber in the month of Augiist; fullof brloom-th' e '6n in, 10fid
abolishment .,of the au tion .,system?-. ries can b- own here, but it does, green. and ripe*uit P Li 0--y,)-,
T10s. A., TOWNS., Mgr' _c e. gr
Jackson Ule Frilit.Auction Co. Why is it, growers u will per- not pay, They will cost at least f fty'in Tampa Times.


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0', ..... . I importers of
Manufacturers ot.

U phate PolasP AJ1 Kinds of BnANDFA-1
From Germany. ..... .. ::---.
ifflGll: GR&DE SULPHAN Strawb6rne'
0 5 per cent. S46.oo per ton.

DOUBLE, MANURE SALT wrft .fbr a,
L S.Iphote Botash
p per ton, free on b9ard cars... Pamphl.81 GiVinq
Jacksonville, Ina.

Also larje buyers of
East Street
B ay,
in 0 0'
P art, Litt e,
Rg Lo kh I
W matoriall 2
-77-7 7-7-7-7-- 7rm er k ,-r galvanize wire on these posts, quartet of one acre of :ground is a iron. mine is a locomotive; you haveTru weaved in with a wire fence, machine record that can hardly be beaten. to tike th sh Ilk coral'orlimesto'n &
Cos 34 Some Californians have boasted of and burn it to chemically i6hanje It, o
ting about $20, -Split pickets,
X,;Saving Laborin Fence Buildinj ex
feet in length, Y, inch thick,
'2 to 4 9 Owing four crops of Alfalfa within hinq which, when slacked, is'an;
oThi above is.the name of an article inches wide, or sawed, pickets.' one year, but Florida beats it by far, cellent ingredient to make available',Wjn y'our issue of Ju' y n- b" t
1, _, -, I 4. I.Ita I Aa Stretch a strand, of barbed wire and, having six crops to her credit. This I a i ent Plant -166d Now Mr.', Mott.,,,
-am now Putting up: a post make fast to the posts i, foot or 8 alfalfa is eaten either green or cured is just as much isiaken abo r'his.
- 4-, idriver on the principle of a pile driver, inches above the tops of the picket's by horses and cows and they. will al- plaster of an old h use'room or bi
0 ml-'Nihi .'to .,be carried on -.a wagon, and and the fence will hardly need repair ways take it in preference to anything ney.' S
A-1 th- the assistance of a bo I c Why, my dear Sir, old, pla ter is,
y _an Rut ing for twenty.! cars. If seasoned else that'is grown. -storingplant food.
in6,e fence posts in a firmer manner y a fertilizer; has be.en-,
., 's n One. of the beauties and advantages every..day since'-put on i for' of.
ak posts are used, creosoted z%. fegt ,I in in
-4jh:,4 d#, than, two Men wi.11doin a at the bottom, such a fence may last oValfalfa is it does not require plant- gases-and smoke to-the'dayit'm, 'a put
h d h
7 ',,4eek'bY t e6l -style of digging 01 s. thirtyor forty years, and it will-not ing"every year, as it has 'perennial on the land;'so it was 'really a f0titkl hoise will answer to Pull the burn down by grass: buiningunder it, roots. This-is a great saving. Mr. lizer Who ever hear me s-a'y- lime I
t whole -outfit will'n6t
he good. for pineapples? The,
Nagon no iniile or horse can limip.overit. Dale will plant six acres of this seed was 'got
v eig over- d
h 500 P03111 s,P no pig can go through it,.afid no bull on the lot west of the baseball park analysis showsnearly or quite as -much e.,, used'on m farm' lha ve
y, ow can or will'atteffipt to tear it down. within a week or two. St. Augustine lime 'as potash, in leaf, root and, fruit;
%fi-s-idek,'LZ wire fencing, but Will A mile of such fence would require News. but I will say "'Don't plant pines on
;tma e- a my encing ereafter with- a... 650 Posts, 15,000 Pickets, 4 miles of shelfY14
;'. I ;, -41, clam, oyster
and'bot uS6 nd- a mile of barbed
plain No. 91 wire a Pineapples on Shell Land. or -other shell, or you,7will not get
'a m6'_re ar ed'wir'e'. This Pic wire. The.,pickets and posts may be
-b77b fruii'f ornthe plants.", 'I find weall,
,"d-wire fence is', Ithink, the c'orniiig
e armer. I furnish6d'lit the Southern 9tates, where I see by our paper that I am brought agree'exceptMT. Mott and he,,'is:";too
Wen6e -for tii f t is better aj ,d d pq t.and s -1i In t vmy by friend Ben Hogg, far from 'the coast. Tbomas E, Rich~, i
goo p tti bei is plentiful ina con to
V '11"b' 'b f
'&e per th n an a ar wire ence, as
and cheap, for less thaw$L5o a mile James Mott and others, being the ards in Titusville Advocate. sides L there -i's no dap ger of inj ry to for materials and labor. Two men author of a story that lime- was not
-CK1 the am -it can weave a mile of pickets i in six good.for pineapple plants. 'To rectify A writer in Kate Field's W I aing.
cs _,to, e one rod-of, tail fence if days It is the farmer's1est and most thisi I. will say again what I did long ton, who has been experimenting, with
a. soil, thinks
I d will' make ticket for dura
9p I er y "use P Ile fence; in all respects superior a o, that I planted 40,000 pineapple Flor o hg ..'toq.,,-ppch
r, rods-of machine fence. No more to any other.-Jotirnal of Agriculture. Plants'on Hutchinson's Island, in the commercial fertilizer I is used and not
rb d wiiel-or lrail-Ifor mei The summer of i88o, and those plants all enough water. "Stay in F 'i'
lorida a .
c6_- machine's' 'are 'cheap and within Dr. Price's Cream Balcing Powder., died in&,Summer,", she -says, 11and1note
ic,'r6ach. of every farmer World's Fair Highest Mew and Diplorns- ov e to whatille'tainy -season will Produce.
er the pineapple plantations ther
""Some, of our, readers will re member bad I W
As'galore bich would
See. if I could find out why my Pines Wee 4 ickly
have advocated the driving Alfalfa a Success in Florida. -finest v ' bl- b
did not live and thrive, and there met give place to the' egeta es t .,e ,posts instead of di giDg. post: holes Mr. Richard Dale head gardener who had a plat of pi s most fastid 14 Mr. Sawyear ne P s could. d6ffiand Give
0 Tapy years.
Last s -they were dead commercial ferti I izers pringwe put of the large hotels here, has made an. jtliat looked like mine he cola I
V u _5 010, posts,.by use of a he vy, experiment. with alfalfa clover: and in he:bud o heart. I asked Mr. der, and try nature's- plan -1 L't -the
"'atil-the driver standing on a sto6t two succeeded in beating all- previous Sawyear why they died. He said he irrigitbr'Yhke the place all through'the es'h 'S'pene.d
ift big The posts wer 'all over dryih Ii f th-' f
records in raising this, crop.- On Oc did not know, therewere spots s o e year o surnmers
ike' --',stakes and, diiven wlieff -the h
tober ist, 1893, Mr. Dale Planted two the keys that did tbe.same. Then I welcome'- showers; and I Vlo'rida, :t
was, :soaking 'With: Naterand quarts, of alfalfa seed on an ordinaiy asked him if he had any old field Land of Flowers 'ould quickly ut.
-aft r.iv '' 6aiifol
e piece of ground. in..this city, one- -where the soil was all gone the same Strip 'her r al rnia--4n the
J-STILL BETTER-4 HETEST FENCE. quarter of an acre in size. The cro A 'th t, and he said yes, and showed. raising of early products I o t e Northingem6m maa-could construct required very little attention and grew me. a: plat of about 4. acresi saying, em w4kic6
driver, iw.a. horse "cart,, vW ht, well. He- harvested. full crops from there, I did not. get one-half dozen
ounder,'about i:bo Pounds,: raised this sowing on the following dates: pi6es offthat block. There was no Mr. rnell,_of Ormond. after a 111i a lb" -crank and:xope. The March ist,. 18q iApril --15th, May soilbn the rocks, they were all clean three weeks' stay in, town, has' r 'eFels of the horse cart coul&be 27th, July 5th, August- 13th. and Sep andbleached and it was coral rock. turned home. While here he secured

c"kedwith a chain while driving the tember 22d. Making six: crops cut Then I knew why, yes, was sure, that nearly 186 bushels of guavas, I from
'Th'6 'bole forithe, post, may be within one year from plantirig itmfas raw. shell-that caused the death which he -extracted the juice for"Je'lly
ed witliatiirori p'bintedbar.', We The August crop, bei 4,11by pines; the.shell in mine was makinV His appliances and;ffieth;'
fpui4;this-useful and the'15-lit is 'Size was weighed when; turned into broken oyster, clam and other shells ods ii aq first class, and the h6use-bAil f6r. 'settinig ,be'In pot6s aind f6r fodder and its weight was 465,pounds. ground fine, yet the sarne.ingredient wives in this section got a good, many f er i,,purpos es,.!' These posts set 8 Every.' other crop was equally as. heavy '--raw sh ell all the same. Now, what labor-saving dots from him. His h 'ground or heavick.., But taking this: cutting as, kii'
etnftPArt; driven into, t e ,,,.*d my pines-the same cause that kindly presence is missed, especi Y
W-will, sta'fid fiimtt -than posts set a fair' average the. six crops: would killed Sawyearls--maraw shell, not. lime. by his T"sonicbrethren.-C.o, o :l qT....
A"', bol iL.,, Use'four Strand No., we' ig 2490 pounds., :ThiS:bff one oShellis not lime any, more than an in Titusville Star.

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1"" It Saasonal 116 Hints. isix i edu 1which -is alsotrue ofthe, U d f
U ry. Give the hens intended for breeders. -M -lati the new Japanibgo plims -as dMilad bi,
sweet nourishing food and keep them Prof Bailey). The cuts of five
variqtie of Japanese persimmons are the ,4j
Edited by E. W. AMSDEN. Ormond, Fla. motion, but do -not overfeed with J in
in R", sis Notice S. bes 111iistrations of this fruit ever pubcorn in Any for Very fa ention of lish (11 n this country. They apoear here
t fowls Aw OLD FAv6AiTr,--LThe att
1. 19 1 1 11 f uit
abie. a shippers of Florida is:,called to in Advance of the ubli
Ne t ;liontb those who, own aij jrl-, Are poor'breeders arld'are more 1* 7, r catitn of Pr6i"
of C, eorgesoni-s. authoritative works on the
cu a 6 w prepare for pditing R-71 to lay, soft shelled eggs. the Ocean Steamship
ii e eS t 0" pany, in e ec orthe outh of' Oc- raits of Japan,". for which theY were.
peciallT if. broilers. Are o ;be If you have not La. plenty of pipe'
irud,'as was also th6 fine engrax 9
inter visitors. F -see needles on hand, do not:fail to -lay in .6, that iober, in this issue, from.w.hich it will I be Fe raised, or our he siilings have been increa ed, 0i tll", Japanese-cbpstl)tlt
f7l eci lly the subject
no. in a c Ing in largePULA-iers a stockthis fall, for theyL Buti ismore esp t,
object make, excel7 to the full service of four shi s per
supply.-.the demand, forL lent nests all the year round and arQ matter this "hand-lxok f or the 'Sofith
ggS L in k7,ithoUtsaying ianything in disparage- ern fruitgr wer' t iat cointriends it I t
.:broilers, now that e o man particularly good for the, sitters in the. ut of the other lines, the Ocean Steani-c des6if&4 0
er 300 varieties coffee, I fo
:good price and.are not aptL to: be as spring., They-are, clean,. c o6l, andbe 1 0. is popul 'witb the orange ship-. "T nd 'the lowi I, Sk,
-3 lip ar exas, Florida a mt h ,
fertile or raise as stron chicks as; they ing.free.,frorn anything green,, are.m 0 d'th' luding the orange- and ot
9- o' or,5 f L Florii L,., an is pqpularit is
(W6 L
In_" 6d as it llhi Oj e.n a service which' h ita onboth orange an d'trifoliatdistoC
Will do months later. The old attraction foi the hem-t io scratcli-,,,F' WFV
led, by that of L spcacheq ,plnms peavs,-Japanese persim-'
ever een. exce L An
he'n'is eitlier-moulting or uttiDg on for food,. ; I .- ; 1, 'y
$4t f, -8, apricots, quinceS,- pomegran-'-- -,-. ,l
p con_ L LL'L th L, -1 9 9hip-1 The ships: of W s Mons,
stoan in
La itpw.drhi, ina is'not in prime The, symmetry.. of the stock and, Torries, loquat;s, Olives, gik],110,9, F A
1) with the express vie
pullets do not L lay A- f ll size.and.-color of the eggs, can .be uilt.. *,96f 'i trees": roses and oramelitals.
ng the tender FloO a fruit in- the nu
Q L L 0 6y The giniple and systematic RM't 11
size egg"and are not as vigorous ,as.. Ffli*nced largely by cat in., sele6tiov Tpo4t perfect inailhen', M y 'are n
th Y'WillL be thirty of forty days later,. of ggs for hatching -using only tho )erifiients aq fruit Carrie r.9; b ment-Q17h,64dings sub-headings and (leL 3nentsisadmirable. Pviees;inforni0 ation, 'o"at
VAy pay, an -,d forample and perfect ventil L
I dund ubtedly will:t whichareJarge dark. and from ackc .- _- 4
b0ing built withL that ation for customers and the I e, -L 1 'e,
a to hA formed fowls. orid. in view and
-h'; s 'tbered now t k m ake-heen relegated to a' "BLisiness' Departr--7'
IceL L consequently they have not hadAofor broiler d 2 jiri6s hAv,4 to s for they bring a goo pri Keep the houses clean and. when. h 'mchtl' in the latter part of the volume
At, twelve weeks old, and will 'be space is limited, and the fbwls Canrwt 1)'2ve their4ruit-cairy: leavi'qgthe first half- hundred, pages to
-scarce when the October hatch is get o tLin JiL cilea lat1hortimKitare, pure-an simple, en bracing.
u uch,:be all the more pgticu ;'! The, velume of business hani fr9ii its
la'r, and do not overstock. A flock of Heason b this ne was fhe largest in i I And frill, Iture, and'a half dozen Vready for market. y montals Afad 6ri-i'aniental' -F,;.V
hi6tory, which, we. are.told by the Com- pages-Jt is 9 %a mistake to batch -your pulfe-ts eig4tortenis about right, add LCa pa was done without a single coinS L laying stock 'Lfor be nicely managed and kept. in good,,: ny The extended consideration of the rel '-'
next -year? now, Plaini from:dny of its sbippers. i6 to their
they will come into prime in 'March, :thrift. Clean off under the.,:roosts- shipments arriving tit destin ti6n in bad, ative adaptability of the differently -, arie-' tif s of peaches to the various -sections,""",
wh-enegg& are on the decline and will each morning and L scatter dry san& prder, which is certainly a record to be,
so.,proud of, as well as a suMicient testimon- ts impoirtant information not to be on the boards at L each L clearing, Impal
go through the moult just the same As -10 as to e ZZ elsmvhere. less. "Valliablo,
their claim of being perf ctfruit L Scarcely
ens a L year old and lose as mucb that the bottorn will be fine and.: dry4. are th" .1
'carriers. Chapters on p ums,.pears, apan-;-A -.ese peisimmons, the Satsuma Orange and,
L' tijile What your aim shoulder, is for the dusting of th.e fowls.. DARLrNGFERTIi;IZERCOMPANY -OWing the t
w. hatch; that the L PUlletS Will Thetools handiest for cleaning arelto the greatly increased demand for, the rifoliata., The pftOS6 ontlined in
:so theprefaice lim beenwell execute(]; we
ready to cbmmence when the hens are a large sheet iron bucket of the, ca. 4ortilizers manufactured by the L. B. quote; No- effort hasboeii spared to inake
-piece of.- -DarlingL Fertilizer Co., they have been
pr6pring kor a rest, then there is no paucity of two ordinary pails, a the descriptions accurate and intelligible,
CeLS e built C JtUjAL
clapboard about two L feet long -for obliged toh.ave a large warehous the I inf orniat! n a urate and full,,
ionL-.Of t 6 egg yield'and eggs 0 'CC
at A 11 f )r them. They, can keep a true to
e; % cleaning.off the: roost. board, and-L'A, and the illustrations. the object9
arev9carct-and command a good price. full -A Ci on hand now. 11 the time, soPullef8 represented. The elists
hatched Any time after Novem- garden rakiafor takin ng.up the feathers: none will have to wait to have their or- not been confined =g. the roin '
-go through the regular and litter from the bottom of L Lthe7 &mfilled- In Addi Lto their fertil- inert so
Iff er "S W L not r aracteristics, merely, but.
rifoultuntil the second Summer.' They house. With the use, of these L it is izers :and chemicals, they will keep in L' -full particu I ar in
;stock sulphur, cottonseed meal,. tobacco L f lat,68t
but little work tokeep a house clean.- 0 e
at tight th, light xperience, reprdllig, ', 'l
few feathers stems, land plaster and ashes. Give them
but it very. seldomstiops Atisfied. the mo,, t N?-,06able kinds, and to L:t" de
4nonths old American Agriculturist. 'a trial;,you will be more than d ti-I'd, liats thus auiplified '6piousscrip
SAVINGS AND TRUST BANk OF FLORIDA. hintk'have b6en added onthe llbar6 and-- -St yea f L,' Truit, growers and partisans in this tate Management of Fruit Tree. Thi
5 -- L c6nsi&rA November hatched ul- The United States raised ]a S ear
and, maij ialq _of LL
et more valuab than any o er 140,00oo6o bushels' i PP16s; '36,ooo, havelad very deficient facilities for de- book of progress re er--c-,--J1
positing their savingSin aLStrpDg bank once" r1l, bb sent f r'ee on pl' s -hat6hifig If I wits maklh t '00o bushels peaches; c, oooobUsh6s' itereaf.' There hme beensa ap ca.
ki 7 0 aying ir 71
-eggs or mar e a spe ialty, I would pears, cherries, apricots, plums and, EarikS ''Ja eksonville *"hlc'h'- Lay-e a- F
h L I tter half of prunes. :187,00 oc, bushels :trop ica Opeculat6"In reO es- It jp certainly an "off yea rL' .1n soMOFmany eggs t e a 0,0 '1' lowed'thein 0 f
fruit erwiwie"" diz&dLt 0 lits
ember as I could get, and if- the s Ap les ate prod lice ti te and 1ave otib opar he groves here
p d in "ne-ariT., 9
= d 1 was uSilig, W the larger every state and territory L people's, small' deposits, andthu3e have cent.0ity Philosopher.
'-,,passed away. The. one. whose Card ap- The or alike crop L is 'good an squi 6 of- -Would xranv to sell everygne Ohio leads with 13, 9,-287
pears in our columns this week, receive
ype, a ush6N the rowe' ;will ship their fitilJt-unless
-.off 'in ; th' d, thed I while North Dakota had' only ix ing & PoSits as Small AS $1' 'is A sound es- 9
e secon yeal L theyefff 'sell at a fimey pnc6.-mm-Ft:' 1 lyers
ve to carry t ern t rou h ablishme havin among-its di
uld'notL a h' h I D bushels. The summary given by the-t, 9 director eWS.
f the most conservative' and vble
i &Atillg period aiiii. board them department of L agriculture Js exceed 1011111 0 The Stetson groves about DeLa
thi t y interesting. sho S. men, of th metropolis. L It 'is perbly managed bX Mr.-J
ce mon bs without renluneration." ingl ws that pio" oe9 May, are
chartered by special act of the Legisla- loaded with magnificent ftuit.-D
Soine cbrrespondent in one, of -the ducti6h,6f nearly all.'leading fruit's is e and
rtuJ I L 1 .9 I I L 9 Recor&
Poultry )'QiirnAlsL recently saidAbAC possible in almost any part of th&
L - 9 L' 7 L e orange grov e
h U States Th S opgwoQ6 are f
ens are in their prinae At three 'wer repOrted'i6'be in flifte" coila'diti'
S.omething EVery Fruit Gro 1 ion, oiig
old d -his stai the crop Will L not
'be as -large
76 had qualifie
STATE OF 01 Should Have.
rand that the M6(Jiterraiiean -110, CITY OF TO Orlando. Sentinel.,
SaidL 1 9 L, 9 1 L L L 9 O'L SS.1 ba
a Luc .s COUNTY. ve received an advance copy of ean h pl. e crop.;is .,Ahn:09 a,
cliss'Would lay, as well at thr e Th6=,iEurop
thb -new catalogue of G. L. Taber's Glen
J 'CliENEY makes oatl thaf total L failure, are
old as yotinger, we should not, ava, 9 FiANK St. Mary's Nurseries- G16nc St. Mary, e app eS' r
su but to Sa t at lj e or partner of the firm of eive, -willnot
been ; rpda d, he is the s Florida, for 1894 Ris annual Merits quall Y" iQqr,- prop b &
th hal -of an ayerage full op
Asiatic': orLAmerican br'e'e s w 4y- F. J.' CHE14EY Co doing busib6s m6re thanpassing mention.. The taste- I I -Stl -tj- ,
:Z., '; 4' L I L 'L - I I short in Mo see, one.and U n
Ygs. at tb the City of Toledo7 County :afid T11.1 and appropriate design of"the handAo' Many' LL t, L t ree y rs,.o, as in L ) : fi 1. some co -k of the but f6;W. 1nJuly the'outloo was'good,,
bL ve s, is evidently the woi
they te, rs season is notthe State foresaid; and- that said rm -Will r but the -prolonged hot And d Atberl N'
special artist, and one is not disappointed tbe!E.,t
payLthe sum of ONE HUNDREVupon turning the pages between has materially changed uation.,,
experience.,of nine, tenths of the poul L It is a
tr t our belief that all DOLLARS for each and every, case. model of typographical excellence and.
ty" raisers.
1A gp L bree s' oiuld be al"SID)Sed Of CAT ,RRH Lthdt cannot be cured b L altogothe one of tije,.most credit ble pro- A largqfieldL of Water hyacinths, Lal- L
d sh
'the use of L uRE. duetions of the celebrated horticultural Wst 3 h L
of whenztwo years old, lh H, II!S-CATAI IiH C ]E[
pu ets most;qof ipient Ppt e passage
artprinters, the J. orace McFarland
substituted. If one 1 cateFing Ao a FRANK J. CHENEY C L L L small ..crafts, Was seen between the-v
heLg6,S five_ _6. oinpany.
custom trade when, t ten. ,Sworn to before'me and subscribed : el_ L draw and the old-,; Gardner & Eaton'
Th i 40 or 60 engravings, which emb
-6th day
F-cents per doz n moie f6r his, e in my presence this Dem lish the pages portray -with unusual ac- warehouse at Palatka.
mber,,A. D. 1886. curacy, the, Obj cots represented. The full
thenit1bight.pay to keep hens well ce 71
y e gg of EAL] A. W. G-t &e photo-engraving of a Satsuma, or- The custom house r ceipts," h"
'thid ear, (or th e S EASON pa is'',-"'
4n i;ie6, m6agiiring- 9 by '18' feet, and: port are certainly satisfa w6- and -hen, is Notary Public. ol irigAj',box . ctory-taU
three, ye4r.. old, 11 es of fruit is worthy to be
Hall's Catarrh Cure mistake inter-,, tacked in every fruit grower'i -fie- Sain,..and, show a,, w6nderfuf. i re s smoother and always, larger.,,. hIn,.4is U sa
11 nd acts directlf6n the blood t1i rn. OP is in.b- sln-e'ss since last year,%,, r th e;"
case,... quality sho@d be, considered na y a the Mrus trifoliata,, which I year,% : L 5 ;,
bet d' I licous surfaces of the syste now otracting so much attention, there. onth of August this year, the-re i
bi6,qiiaifti y. F in z 1, 1-Are a-number
S, U excellent representations- have average per -day,
o Send for testimonial free. d,$2 ocio
selpt. 4! '94 zincludhig 'the grabeful bir Lneh across the
F. J. CHENtY CO. Among the ot ing Sunday. In. August last y q
-face of the cover' her enDi. "PAM's. Cream Bakin Toledo, -0- iravings of receipts were-a little over,.. :11:00
g PowdeT. Citrus fruits, the King orange
w-ard. ArS61d'by Druggists, 75c. and Kumquat, i6re exceptionally good; daily.-TAnipaTribune.


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4rrows of the himselE But A,
tatt, Nib Our Ru. rat is 'not the life of the t
Soul. Hirbes
ug-n-i -MINNIE G. MILLS.
-Boys in St. A Stine are Edited by. MINNIE GILMORE MILLS, D R.
paImeftob6rrie, which'a'r-e St. Thomas. fFlai
la lie e i njal; Fuither Hints on House BulldiDg.
pped to A on i fo' in 8'ci
use. 'For Our Rural Home:
Our Work Table-06ntiiiued.
'The new packirig-house of the Flor:
EnclosedJsend plan of house for
--id -Fiuit'Exc-h in'ge, th.e..s'econ oile, any souvenir bAs 6ts U cornu- man of limited nieans; I will also
i4 i I b, I A
qilt thj season, will, be zat., K I Opl s, et .,.ar e
man u ac ur e Tstate few facts that I have leaTndd
station near Daytona. Mr. Bielby, dle'it fingers of t6se'to, the art an& y a residence of fourteen years in 'ithemanberbort." Tfiebasketsar .10m de t'he selection 'and he t, RE W
stA 6d: 'to rida. In the central and. eastern:
,e tlie, r-eporter of the Halifpc!,Journal. '91 ften lined with Soft bright 6616red' t f Florida the wind nine.-tenths
old#xar o
tl*i 11 Arrapg6mefits were completed ilks unbess'they aredesigned'to. 'T;f -,the, time is in an easterly or wester
ilro'ad a hil's, 1116sse or d p
,w4b the to nd that Switches, .51 gr4s es,,an
rie S _d A fection, and -the house should
at ely b q v
Qiuet;f6i'one Ot,
would be put in when needed to th 40wers., A I v ei openings east and
-cou d be loaded with 'orahge's in plenty ol
is composed of -the.1all stalks with no partitions'running north
cars tieS e P
bftes Drovi'd6d' by the 'C6rnpaiiy_ and Id oats with a fe'w 'pa"nie'les of rlpp _nd south.
Be sure and have, an,
e -use W't not o er r cd hid : b *h', -fire
convcyect h areho I out ipe) fi 1 a u Of pm -place, for -there is nothing in
The. warehouse -will -be litted gea oats. M ST P R C
lorida that contributes so, much to
th allktheb 6tmddernappliat c6 forI I saw recently a pretty wotkbiisket Oth, coffifort and cheerf(ilness, as re Grape;Cream of T-art4rIF!oyvdeT
"V1 6 1'pmu
Ammonia, A d!
that' lumi or any other
-packing and handling fruit.' a young.fr'iend'of ffiilil vas n -the firemak open Pre. The top Of
Dade.. Qunty. is certainly meetinj g tor a, preSept to maunria.., The", 40 YEARS THESTANDARD6
C baceslibuld be about 2Y2 feet from
t '- With i-w6nderful development,; :in fbundatibn w4s, simply w i )or and -the back (lining) at -the
wi 4, t )pbrought forward, so as to "throw
1884,it 'ad 37 vOtes:" this 'y'ed"r-if Sailor %it-, it may, not be to Giving Fruit toChil6ell''.".
9st notle s t1han 5o I 4. it e W use for -1the article, buiit wals, to, Lf i:e, h1at" into 1he room. Build tlie
taxable, a uat16n of property :,was -Thelihi f chimney or! an 'angle; the draft will 'rh.e pulp a.ndj cellular. parts..;are
nOwJt 'is $1. ex- g t elements.,, T
215 000, ric 'and along 'the uLder side- 96 -trongef. And it Wilt never' smoke usu Ily the disturbing
clusive of -fo t 'five mi es: ot t th m or ather' 10 ui es are, as a rule, perfect ly
r I e bri ( r bi the outer; j the room. If the pip e 1rom the
d may be used spm,,e. time be7
railioka 'and 'his hotel. A fidfhigldi- 6 ge oUthe. basket, wheh it should, iliftchen ,stove is to go into the same Spipe, and Arfapg6d'a III r it are given,. says i a
velopment' is d1i e to the railroad. 'The 6ecome a, basket) were himney, b ild a pa tition, or the :*p Sofia fru, S by
Like'. 11 1 1 _d n edI6' ''cushi 0., -which continues: It -is w 0
quia. Pin an ttI6 r',qfi, will -not be good for ei ell,
canal jun, ilig torn, tp Ao ther stove O
N r- w R I v ags for thread and thimble, tape s remember in giving all fruit
er Will undoubtedly be fin to I open fire. s that the:
i Shed b I y anuary. 'The dredge4brk-ULold 2 s I ci sors,' etc. e. s e, 'we f e A man's kitchen should be atT 6e ,t time is to 'give them for breakfa5 .
=_ _J 0 -A poor
Ira -n Ne* Riveris cutting at thle-1117igh &_hu6 giving JuSt theitit offt ched to the main part, for it pre- or early dinner, stewed fruit...being-'.
_f ''dolor necessary.' Abandle-of1wistedU6lits moisture, mould andchilliness er'Missible only at supper time, :and-,
Ta e 0. :,:4,700, ee, a in is
fialf ile 'f Hillsboro-. was ol be added, And dxiiore 'Irf- e fid,
0 one cannot -afford but One room t1hese not until the child is thr e, a, t b
retiy basket ca h A hMi years old. The juice of an, or-,.
dredge cutting south.is 4ive inil6s i g6ious ofp h, ardly, 4,ave it large with plenty of openings.
rth. house. ngja imagine. s indicated in feve-rish C.ondifrom Lalcd WO' -m-Souiliern Tourist; mig t e, used ,to 'hb-nbt have a tree near the
oid 'Q 6' -i rri oth t ops. Baked apples maybe:given at,.,
-J116- of e -or n so ex except on the we'st side.
: jrbwingiDauistryof'th y: work
V1411t. Ity Ylclnl y d -es not-.copistOf, this age. After three and a half
t d pacity would be. both usefill and. Plagtering is apt to crack', harbor years;,
It' 4 ew Aarge groves--, and' a fev rich ornamentaL, ipects', absorb moisture and g6 t stewed fruits, should be freely,,use d
owners;;btft is, made 'lip' "of "104arg'e Then there is i'anot, er amp. (It may benefit 'some one to figs a
t. SLwfi a piece of work hes. The pul of an. appl-. xceediAgl.yL fodilctivi2,:and facile When *ate that we fought- roacbes for five
in smali, t1he young daughter of the housety cage craped, )oon r 'Gife
9 groves owned and, 'ears, then we.purchqsedonep4cl
pe f shion's such a gift for a 'devoted !0 P Ro' d may.,also be tried'for brea ast. The
;:1 inan, -tcent f cterman s ach Powder. ai
qg d by!,,aur owh -people.
art, hiifts the bearing orange; rhoth6r., HOW 611 e woffieh. -know ,rkilled ;her _oA.- we haven't _Ilad'a'ny 'Jill-12Tes Of almost any frui iL may be u ecf
estim e 16 g before this, eit er as; drink':o r
'in. t ity at 2 5, 00 tVS, if ltls pnl- ribb n b6oi-' rk 'h ve ). Have all t iehis vIcM- o, nd the y; a h
Wiffi a variety of esserts
qra ca Lh' a. d or farinaceous.
tr esjngrove, pot yet bearjga -School: *uds' and, studs plaped both 'sides
J .,Idn C written bybpr own uxlp )6ards I or ches f'
;-Ity shippede, racticedband, 11pd edges, 1, I'M in
about 120, 00& crates o "..''llow we'love:it 1ow weliiizeit. The t ck,' placed upright and bat tened on THESE JUICES -MAY BE, PREP AREDe here sboh lihey s e'm 'ide' Sfier the 'b JR the following manner. and possess,Afld while !thb &op, Of'the holidays willb the outs oards have, be '
the ad age of ing read for -fts'e
yea, : oke;lfi h thi ips or van y
'wa t an 1; e udd'enly, before we are.
'h to dropoh. uss Wrunk, tack str' ear. Uerfi e s
for tli eih' 1 t 'all seasons of the
in 0 the unfavorable inaikets''the rpa Wf rounds r the cracks inside.
9 a es
is notz'too'-so-on for busy fibgers A66fs 'should balf pitch.;,) gr pes, rasp prries, strawberri bl
'S I e ts will.probably nq_,be so e Timber .ac
Uerries, pineapple an simi ar juic
J, h _,aggre6te. City: to begin the pleasant-'t -ask of 'making Sii6uldl "be all hear, t; don't accept any d
ur uitabl' f
ri r. its %of fancy work fo presen'ts t6 o s4p as a gift, it is too expetisivo: to ffuit are s e or the purpose.
l6ved ones; particularly if it must be Do 't, b Id Epres'the, clear j uice of 'the, fruit
c6p in rep air. n '41 for outorde interesting facts and p1pin'ters :
rv I -_ -_ th sual manner 'andboll I it -With
er ve op, in. a'Is and k de show, leave that for e who
done at,,odd. 1 ept a thos ar in the proportion Of half A pbufid
fro' the afford it, but make it
in ami y. n pleasant and sug
tv'v'p'", sin ce'. with Mr. T. F. t _f "I
o -one t Il ve
nfortable, inside. Thi- higher t pint of he juice. Bo v
s, -1 s ust.returned.from I hope our bind-Will gather around I , ;you. c6o,
wh _j Our Rural Hom s t your house.th, e, 1,et _' t;'Is low,
,'a-_careful and, thorPugh inyestigation e wotktab-16 and b er; ffiinift s, Stir contAntlY while )*hg- I ill fo S
n t abd seal in glas jar or bottles.
10 e ri iaikei, and which., we CIIISs. thissubjept, as W611 140 in the atticone w feel the ; t
0 fre, r sug: ; _. ; ' p
gestl qa ic il aiid more es so muc in. t e ni -St6ved tunes, figs, dates, ste*ed
ure fti-niakibg., h .. r ., -,
K ,plea b1i ons On. in ore Y f ap ie i a
e., 'course it wouldb ,b 9 D*da ple Sauce, are I a x a t i*'v' e
11 impgr an ey choose to etter -to have ripe.
drop t. f topics, if tti IL
prospeclt of Ithe ta hge d' 0 ihe soui side:4"nd an ods.'. For many child
a: :v(Fan a n
"or.Anges avilig a rea y consider thern such..,
of Tl6rida n th 'eas d e
nin 0 e chen in fruits possess 'this propefty, 'and
M e dtth, t at.4ir pricbswere coo Ing, sweeping,, irolu ng
e The 'ki t th kit this reason alone- if for lnob'the'r' 'th'y
'no- I I ) summ r, ut -a,
J bV r better t, perhapsas-to p'ric must e tras add to the
the.,q.uantity sold and steady m t ive ;cp not oc6u y'all,'ou-r time. Are valuable aids in replatll)g- a let
i,,-but_ as to we ds I for somediing besid s,. -be 'that -is, so frequently much too c cen'&iftiif ity_9,_jhe,.T, et thrqughout dur Do i hay 'an open well,., to, on
orm, f household -duties. til :tlie:inor u 9
fe, ei O'li waier,,Lk I i, ed, keeping a child dull, sl ish
iact'icaldffairs of Ii tus jidt ed with. surface d 11 d
,-,,-the, ,entire.'.sea on. Thebelief"i 146sed- p k Of a d unhappy. Appl' s 'ook
96rts" s. ,rive a p e c or rxw:
act.p; 4,wider knowledge:of ge't that 'we Owe orne hing 't insect ipe, and particularly us'iaful in such cases,
H1- drive if _aeep, to, g eA good water are
t-,Ie superior ty.pf the Florida fruit, esthetic side of pur nature. ow ;P I and-if properly sele I ted they are 0
9 ,)410 a.cistern with a brick house
liia muc can we' forget this:in F& t I, I I I'',
,,,over tnai 6V Zaliio:r h light orida? VetJt easily digested.'
beem-Abrowli gn the,,sul *ect by o partition' for 'the water to filter
4 would 9&pi that some d,6,forg-et, dr-, As a rule, a child who is delicate
krough. I cgujd relate many facts
it, i-comparisoa rhade sinceth6 try to ignore, Submerging "ll and has little app6tit6 for rehkfist
vas. -dispose :0 iii-ider seas Of liess here an
0pp': d of 'at- thei p feiely have e d in Will raxely turn away frorn A. ju i'6'y'
It ei 8tA s where wel Is were abanor, t T S -oliviction is ldr.g;61y due, ai f c4q, f h e,4 .1. ai
_hi' c.. 4t h y, fotget aoned',and' ipes or cisterns substi apple-d intily Served.
the circumstance that, Califo hih there, is, all intellectual-side td lifd-or e used.
-, bqf I Itilted, and the iny4jids have regained The following fruits may b
,pre the, close, of la'st iseasoh'sj crop, i that they have a soul dtftined f6r'* z i fter three or -thr e and a half a(c-_'6f&
a 1 im,
ir he Ith.' Avo.d'
tapges all..&-e the coun' ettdr 46ird., -It pure water
IF -ha's, b e"i-,94d thAt digestion.Tl 6:
,Akeep warm, keep dry nd vote the t6 the child's power of f
lry,,at less: than cbst- of fTeight in order ipafibb :ls''the arinbi of the.'s6ul
ie occu lit ticket. cranberry which
)aaarlwi: the present-seaso'ni. and rig 1: .1 1 -
11 Po "M ow, Iqwly.bur 1, 1. .ANKS AS N -fik6RIit+IC
ififoid' Chronicle. an WETHERBEE.-it. 4rpiorrprbof. againn Vt '-giv n. in
Fruitland, Se tembe ri894. baid an a rit ina'y' ti J Vi

it OiftbA lfii6iii -GROWER. 7

be eaten in t1eir natural state. The bouldwe -nothing, ls6arid fhj i Ir -U-1 MA-r-E
usual blackberry -of -Comme C6 is lin- burt by the squaretoed boot that is to be often sub tituted. Thq w4y.tg e tpl
ripe, although'black and is uiffi 10 Y ON t 'E) ATT4 "th e- used unless, cooked. mine Which *,'best fo 6 e's feet-is to,
The skins a d seeds 6 all gra 1 the stockinged, foot u AND.n pe ac
e pon be,
must be ejected. Or'ape,'Juice is es-' oor and notice' where the big toe 46 kk
c -byialf 0mes. If it is on- a ne. with the
Pe ially refreshing And:is liked li
theA the solu e ed 6 Are the beat for -the-far South,
ar -to s, oe, is,
children. It ma' be' given amongst others,,
the first fruit's allowed." ye-quir d. i 'decidedlyprojpcts be.,,
:ilwl AT OH 07 0-W
yond the others the pointe s '
d1145trtc ts
Elints to to'u ekeeipers. I ) te fo
Cre rxi of-ChRpolate.- a _a.
there has beeiiin use a remedy with PLk Ti rl6ii
'Go out of doors at -least once a;day ROB
0?d,'el6e' is -for fiearl 'a, q artq.q pint of milk and.three ounces of IlO,071
-on some fixed errand. The change pgpn7,.
Pre entire VLfid olate. Boilihis with. five tables 'G4dreo,
cure that* thousands' make use of broadens the mind -the fresh- air In- Iils of 'si gar unti t.,, r,.. g,
Ayhy?_1$ecause it never vigorates the body. : To'no-oneis-the, 1ttlen remove from the fire
rood-its medionalqtiali,
p1s Lo do 1 advice morienecesgarvthan thehouse fotff eggs M ETA-41
:ties are ceqaip., s fot eatep ig 't. Pont in't.o Colo:
wife. cool, and When. co 1,
It' bowl t( 1W H
Os ai6d digeae. It, add,, a
Do as much ironingwith the clothes ffit ot' crean beaten stiff, and A te4-1 VT
wringer as po sible P l in pieces, Ii spoonfull oivanilla.
i6wels, pillowcases, sheets, mennos: Cheese ins.-L;-Take three oun eq ,of
Brown, 5
And stockings, :put. through the wring ne bread 'cruinbs, four gungp [Do, s no, 'er,- will be smooth enough for all fto In. Ifth. Tires I
66!istipate or grated cheese, two ounces of butter., to, s uLwf&_hfil)*-to
irf.oin injure the
ielte litany axle. Saves
t et practical purposes if the rollers at& a d a teaspootif
h.] each o flour
ht. '-a
tig ;Lstard; a, saltspoO C C
11- 1 P I of !a smmon to have
Don't lean the face against marble-,, !of low wboels.,to lit
P ayenne and 'white pepppK,,aqdtyvo Y wagon f4k haul
or iron when overheated. Thephila- II, beaten. Mix all tbese -in-b hoNo aitiflg f
...... delphia Press tells of a young woman "regaien ts'to ther afidl'et them stand = Ntllg fi,-,6 Addi .is
Riive') 'Mala-nak Istlieterrible- who
You'i blood? The sYmp- after drinking a cup of hot coffee i -n hour.: .. kneail and -T as, as.
Alm at int6 rnittent fever which n open window- and
sat down bv a I e, ste t les.
possible; cut t .. pa in o gi4ng
flies mp your, I Iood-_your appetite rested her f ce against the cool stolle '11 it, into long an d-- thin ptic ks
faiii- o ave kip energy,,strength C'asing. Grateful'as--it felt then she. r -ro p, riches 1 in a : IR
1hat dcrid,'chilly feel in which'brings I I f.1: I I gpg aA.
Prostration, heitdache l repented her t, thie next day when I bteq,
!ori fieitvoias quick oven -sixteen. or ei n- m 1,4
she was ttacked'bya facial pardlysis, -tes.
-4ura1g'q,:ac'fiin g pains. Have you Serve;hot.-Ameriqan Cultix4se yourcase that drew :her features a little to 'ontf ior.
side noticeably the eyelids and mouth., Write for Catalog 'a 14'. Wit
The physician who treated her said i Horneinade''611 loth. JENNINGS' NURSERY CO_:
vas hot an uncommon dffectioi -For.Our.Rural Rome. I
was apt to be:encounteri d:oftene'gt irt, ,;
Iron A cheapagol convenient method of
Better y6ij- need I the summer months, when persons ate] IE
r IbAking, cloth cwatierproof is -Often in,
most careless in protecting tbemsel !, aakirxcl ]RkX- ,ON
lK lit; T-'If I. ,
Cs 4uJred for.;
The Genulne has the Crossed against sudden.changes of temperaRed _44nesruh Wrapper. Painted cloth is. very, stiff. Clo th?
ture. KgRN. IPLANTI-196'
Ba I tirno d It may -be news to some oungll led th baeal few,
iiOWN 04 re, MICA1 CO. y onths. Butif youwill giveacloth stq, 4 orti, ard ,a 0 Vf ffv- e
ho lsewife that boiling fruiv may beatwo, coatsof;TA.vy lin eeolroil it wifl'lje rea r%
poured ;into aglass jar without the, yer 16w iific6 tAU)"ki, e gr e
Waterproof,. mi,11 remain as soft. and, L. P
theforrn;,of A sauce or as a drink,;To slightest danger to the glass if onlylt Montic 11' a
Olia le, as eVer moliast for. years.
makb a cooling refreshin g, drink, boil be: set on a folded cloth which has, -1 know 4 yp
b 6 r r ie in water double the In 'as-: been wet -with cold water. upg: manvlro was CX7
e, The asbestos Cooking matS are prac- Osed tothe:weat r.agreat deal wbo ut bf:-beriies.. Boil' until the jui :ha d coat made from commbn.,un
&6t- fically.indestructible.- Thay:c 6st but a -then gave
ss!btettthoroughly extracted, sw ached muslipand it, tw04
en'-Ath OnelliAlf -pound of sugar tb- a 14few cents, and the relief they:aflord- 6r three co'AtsOf raw hns ,ed Oll.L Iti:
ifit; of juice 'and bottlehot;, the cook's mind is so great that no"Airned well-as 4 -rubber coat V
'Stf, Vb6Ieome when, one using them is likely afterward t6
aWberries iar'dl cheaper and lasted Jw!iger.
kshttnd ripe if taken in moderation do withoutthem.. They'aie also e W.C. ST-EELE'
carefully Watched! cellent'fortoasting,.the bread beibir, Switzerland,- Fla.
for%, individual' idibs-yncr sies. Soriie -laid on them instead. ofbeing ,held recommend use 7over a fireby a fork or an ordinary,,
phykd'ans' ' as i N."athaniel. 'Metz -,.on Monday pre-w; :1
"I I'll .1 1 -1 d hal _bdt'! Wire toaster. 1. 1 I 'i
,ear y asc at two yearsan -a -Ahe Republican;
I t SeAted! the. editors of
g 0 in stockings
,it J bette 0, d lar e h les i
*rt 'be on the safe side, and To men
vvith;sonie very fine oranges which'he J+m,&e haste. slowly." DaCtesand:hgs or merino underwear, -tack a, ce of 'I
vicked::Oom his grove:in -Florida-.' ast,
"aAihighly'nutfitious, much more so- net over theh6l'e and darn through it. -----4pril, and since- which tim-e be has
tbtirtmany other fruits, And ln laige I A pretty decora&n 6T 'a sti fi4,y :kept- in his, cellar Thefruit was free A IM L U
.-qi e-:y usually apefierit -window.is1made as 016i s: TAe-la -a*
h 4rom any sign of deca and luscious
'B 'nutritious common sponge anolTrin lfs'o fbai ft y
Un'ai 6 but indigestible y, as at,,the time of i enink.
will be perfectly, roun pr6babI Tip F OR M .
Oiil&h avdided: until children d h' wet.,
Lansdale Republican., J.'rekti sixk or even years'of age. rinkle h ,ith grass s'e'ed-and damp-.'' Zkl
43ears wh en jtr4y -be ised care' en 1 every ay, 'and ang 'it in tfi
'sun; in a fO days ill -iass wil, b 1, rafigei- or uroi3e.
full but -th6y -are' not to be prdferred, e 9,
'to-.bthbr,,fruit for the first four years en LA over itnd it -III dk like. A 'the Jackswivi le iruit Auction Com.1 s ball. paii are ready to re ceiv6 sliipmonts for
asit ey. require a !gfa I I
lME:F0 Better than brandy paper or t e h iqopean markeif- -_ r t in, t be DIGESTION:' any- V hi n
L ING7 Tih; a bove-devlce, attached to'&aces, Will
de&dodly IaxatiVbJf-hot thing 'else for cov ering I Jelliesi's mefte& Jacksomaije th 1011cffffig, datel:
rnbol''Nthl Odob.er,6th ;13tb; 20th andi prevent
o er di fli It -iirai, Vgoi&el_ "
prc% ly igested ate likely t6 gives: p ra ne. is pure 2 ith. -Nothing but shoulder SOrels an'i on e. his' bri, , 'b
tr bl tasteless, and hardens a c t At fruit must sefit, -an n lotsof
Peathes .'May. be used from three used 'without trouble and ''can easily 110TIless t hll tivelAy Ujies "A, p, ax s. Sweehey on tbahi9;";y r' on:'fresh, and ripe iand be lifted off when dolib'witfi w a's"he'a IW-box lots and -over, prices w 11 he ca-: 10aused by Ludg'h
uw;wh -,: -in Jackliled direct, andiettirns made
prepare carefully-inlmedi' tely before andts eid 'for s other v, cablearam "o)" me ur' bs6 a received. -._iand Rooty R-bads.
sh,6uld always b d Wlii' it li Lralys",tie a piecie.6 ff s6nqw "the Oay;c legrani i
They e; paTe year en i Would advise, fox best -results,:tq oill -t horses baulkipg. on suattigg
h 'I bi ki loads; willsave breakage of whifflet ees liar-'
fovt -Ysery use is: should every brown paper over t e g ass. o eep ship 128, 5 and 17 gizes. A few 200s
he )rikht tol, slandpl6wsinnew rootyana stumi)Y,, laWl, like the pear, plum, apple, etc out the olust. W, 01 ot lt ift.' We resi,,&e' t I' 9id,,beiugmerciful'tofaithfi lbeii -,t 3.
zell in tr ifisit if fidit AlioWq AnY*elhnes, I op 'orse set 11.60* Two-horse set $2 00 Theymust-be, thoroughly washed be- 'A ofocto i says. that it is, a grea misJ)&bre H W1,T]a OkDUR,.
c iiig aboard 6fship.
om usll)g. ur ep, lpfolm.9,tiori addtesHTh Wertoeditgrofthispaper."
tak for all wom'dri to su'Pp6sb th Hbe F.,, fl, e ab
inted-toe shoe is bad for t e' X, IA
h&m-hes areiah astingent fr N" Y ej] Ts" o&jlle Fruit.A I action C 11 1 : 'o *_C.'JADD
R Starkei k1a.
And h hl s that the e a 6 T.'R. Ttiwi s' dent.
t ey' t be thorpug y rip'mus d p


"AU, M, Imur
re 'R 11 3 MR ,u x. RG
h c The Election in Jacksonville. thi
structed, Lastyear t e east oast ie readily see the a surdity'of S
'c6V d the edge bfa'btdSt whose f b
UrY The. intolerable arrogance and o tion
was unhindered, while i is -year. e siinay -.of a, few Aeaders on both The advantages of co-operation by
"v storna read over the Jh
waSr:Sp d' rive hundreds o e been fully exp] aine
whole sides eD d f white the growers hay I' "'
RHE peninsula and was broken and hetchAmerican citizens of the fran- and the fact that so many have enOF-SUBSCRIPTION chige'r by causing the, booth to do'rsed the new union and are workThe rain seems to have
F6i one Year .................... b closed. Either it is lawful for in 'hard to increase its strength,'gbes
ix ir d r 9
For. 8 Months .................. 1.00 damage'to the crops than the I private pa
-i. PoTe1gnCoUntde8 rties to remain in the poll- to .,show that we are beginning 6,'
.......... ....... ... 3.00 T worst featurer 'in the orange- f-co" stitu
-Subscri ing places sel n ted inspectors re6ogniz
options in all cases cash "n ethe folly of expecting much
9 9 9r - 'S groves is that it was' almost univer- or it is not. If not, they' sh6ul& frdin individual effort. It was
adyance. No discount %Uowed.Apoone ex,
bscription (except in a club), but to ally the largest And finest oranges on- have been ejected,' t, plained at Orlando, and now we 're-.,':
H a ents a liberalcash cominWion will- the outside of the trees which, -were' if unnecessary that the advantage which we are
:90w! d on all subscriptions obtained stripped off, wbile the small, me 9 an Southern politics has become debauch- looking for is in sharing in r the
by them. or rms. fruit in the middle of:1the trees wa g-reat,
-,k% Toevery, new subscriber we will send, ed by the presence of the Negro race. gain'to come through the united action
spared., It is' aggravating to the -men of all fhe growers.
postpaid, a copy of Whitner's "Garden The Negro is'a living lie; white
rpwer to Walk through hi's groveand
'ingr in Florida." For two, now Bub- g Are forced to dissemble and to shuffle If we can enhance our profits
A t
gcribers at $i.00 eachi' we will-sen -see the big, splendid globes, hrillia. n in order to observe the bollow forms twenty-five cents per box,,our
S !P7
cbpy,'of.Y6or'e' lung down Wi6 s. "Or'ank as emeralds, s t
o statutes which aredead and rotten nients are now sufficiently large
force that they have buried tbeffiselves
a vertising o a a r pp licati. on. mu
Rateg Of d lumber. Men cannot Act nature Ily warrant the e'xpenditiire of ch time
a third or a half of their diameter in
Remittances should, be mad&by check and with Anglo-Saxon boldness and and MODey to secure this. We wish,
,3 'tainoto, mohey,6rder or A- the mud, while the scratched and dis-'
manliness in the presence of this racial therefore, for the growers to under-,-., etter to or 'fruits of half their size were 0 S- rk
fett dero- figured ft1sehood. The are so accustomed standthat we went int thi wo'
".B A2M F.R -UIT GR 0, WR Sp y
ared. But a good many of these to parade muskets and bunting and Simply and purely for the opportunity
Jlackson vll e I a %Will come down too, for they hav Yr
fire cannon as a pretense that they are to,, share with them in the benefits,, been pierced so much by the thorns afraid to do the right thing with un- which must come to all alike.. When
that they cannot heal their hurts. compromising boldness. They were n6ed of concert of action is so apparent,,:
The iilj ury is also the worst on the Out r these intruders it eems a little strange that all fruit and
If yn receive a 'Copy 0 w Afraid to throw
West side of the grove or whatever from the polling places neck and heels e &table sections of 9 Florida should;..:,',
-,paperwhich r you did. -,no Ord side the gale struck against,' whi e in
it Or asthey ought to have done. not form into local unions to support
consider an invitation t sub- the interior of the grove the trees pro
: Onething is very certain and that the new association. Surely the grow-'scribe Jf you I do not, want it lected r, each other somewhat 'Thig' 11
-is that the incoming legislature will er's will not allow themselves to beAe."'-kindly hand it to a neighbor. ieaches 'the'importance of cuhivating'
enact no law for a R?,ilroad'Commis- ceiv' d bythe influence-w ing a e orki gainst'
Wind-breaks -on the windWArd'sid 69 d. there will be no more th'e.m. By giving earnest support. to,
CONTENTS. slic as cam phors, palifiettoes, 'live
tent cause for thisfailure than the The Florida Fruit and Vegetable As! C.
R6- 9 AND- 6arks,,:eic. The camph6rr-iSl esp iallyk
dii6ii An Autumn For disgustst of. the people of the State over sociation there is nothing to lose and
"lll1a;rPlantiUgtbe PeCan ........ valuable for this purpose,, being, a
27 'the rogueries, the poltroonery and the evd$.ything to gain. The seed -wh cb.
Plugging Trees With Sulphur; Skirmishing rapid and yetai grpwer with.-a wide stiffwneckedness ofJacksonville, which has'-been sown will, -eve yet
Withr Our InOect Rneinies ,--&8 we beli
pread of' foliage'which is almbs
'-of in terest to t-he Growers; Ras lm- bad constituted itself the special result in arrich harvest for the growers..
Florida- irrigation,6id Fruit Shrinkage-, penetrable to a, crow. The
A. J v, -Beariul,, Orange ............. 62 young champion of that much needed meas- Respectfully,
tamphors about the 'r writer's grove
,Qr -FARMEM AN'D TRUCKER-SaVing Labor in' ure. F. C. BUFFUM,
Fence. Building; have behaved : admirably under! tb e
Alfalfil a Suc
Two things have been demonstrated M. E. GILLE
Pin6a4les On Sheu Laii, 6 TT.
ncubators;dbTotes ................... 631 severest test of storm and frost, and Over and again. First, that there
TlUs' nlli I DOUS-13 u sin ess Notkesl, aome- We give them ungrudgingly as liberal ought to be a law-enacted and en-,
thiug F eryFruit Grower a. me e' Sr we do the 'forced by Congress, if nec essary-to A' New Jersey Fruit Exchange.
TR Ruv-A-L TTodE---Our Work Table-Con- orange trees.
!iqued; Further Hints On House Build-.: nish bribery with unsparing severi- The growers haver established an
lug- Giying FrWt to Children.,~.. 632 The 9r tremendous rainfall: fairlyf.
ous l I r' , It ought tb made punishable exchange at Flemington, to which-.
57 H eepers;, Homemade Oil-;,,. gnawed 'growing plants out
clotlv ... of the with: a fine or imprisonment:or both come from many distant parts
.............. 633, und as crimson clover, rye, 6v
'ZI- '-E DiTORI L gro
-The storm; The ] JeCtion in9. en to haul ar9voter tatbe polls on 4 the country, mostly' from the, .-,
1 le; F. F. & V. G. A ............ 634 $mall; vegetables, etc., and washed election day, and especially, a 'Negro. smaller towns. Last year the total-.191,
. . . . . . . . . 6 5 man of them away. Strawberry
Second, there ought to be a law dis- sales were about 43,ooo baskets; this ;,Crop Notes 'Afa.. y D9 Not Stop, 0 Think-:--.6 6
4t,.ntbeTexagr Flaf-woo I ds ...... ......... plantsthat were settoo deep were franchising every man, w ite or black, year less. The exchange has branches
37' covered over the crowns witha-sheet who can not read and write freely and in, several neighboriDg towns. The
t er4n:Jacks on im of sand' as -hard As rawhid'er
while who does not own a piece r of real growers commence to arrive :with.
those set too high -Were set still higherj
state. peaiches at the exchange about .-,2
nATH A As on 'inn le Then let intelligent property owners O'clock p. in. They drive into ac s. neat7
Piney. wo ds cattle dri
fted help get together and vote like mer), and ap4 Appropriate building which One lessly before the storm, going blindly keep voting until the ballots are all of the railroads has built Sep 25 ... ..... 79 77 81 689 r3-9, 74 for the, bx-'
Oq". , 'Sepv.,26 ......... 70 64 71 62 9 ,; 6. into ditches and, swamps where the
62 23 9 polled, count. them I and declare the change, and the grower announcesl:rl- r, rsept ....... 73 85 74, Water was still deeper, dozens of the
85 20 7 1 1 i6sult, as American freemen have been that' Re has on board so ma
t. 2 ......... 70 76 6 o. ny "firsts,'.'
]' 'Sept, 1 :29 r . ::: - &wning, out of -hand. Little bands accustomed to do in the past. Sor many "seconds,". and so :many
S&Pt,,30 7,4 79 88 70 18 74" :.N
I t;% of them struggled in gut of the, flat73 76 89 68 21 78 0,0o "culls" as the case may be. The
Woods into the villages or suburbs, M F'rand-V. 0. A.
P,7 172 0 75 o 84.o.66z&fein buyer is at liberty to. turn out'any or.
died two or three in a place,.and 'the 1 ditor Farmer and Fruit Grower: All baskets, to see if there has beenrl :
R; DRxA1N Obser er. stench of them filled tbestre ts TOO 9a few.of the after A' range growers "t ing
any opping. Then the b'dd*
the ,tempest was over. s to be some indifference co
&Aebees, and when it has reached,
rom seven tote' inches of water fell t organizati6nbe ause oftbe feel- the hilghest point the auctioneer aksparticu ars oft All over the peninsul .,On a 'square i g that the' principal officers of the
the grower if he will accept the amount
,16-thc fistal weekly report of in Fruit And Vegetable Growe s'
the ile this would be,,,at an average of, Florida r offered. If he is not willing to sell
Weather Bureau whichi, by -the. way;i eight incfies,,,21,833,800 cubic feet. Associati6n expect it some way to he drives out of the exchange,
deserzves imi, r,, 'the ample It would take the Mississippi river at secure benefits and advantages for in
ay consign his goods to some com-:
Aicii wer' di N w Orlea th ms- the gr
distribute, hi' h ter at' 6 ns seventeen e elves, in which owers as a mis h
lio t 6 St ii ., a ig bouse, or join t e line and go
t rQU a e, -Th6 S'C60 qs torrdiscfiarge this amount.. It whole will not participate. After 'what in exchange again,, or perhaps
,w ather service. and th- ingr 1would take the mighty-river 2'6 hours :ha b en id and written we had ii Ot sell to,,some-buyer outside at
ce O(f fie c r ast worth 6 r.. nearly. 3 a
are y o all ten 7 days At flood tide., to thbught it necessary to further explain sold
t hich fell 'r thr 9 9 t 1 9 sale. If his, peaches are not
.praise, while -the Gov ernment' se.ed pdur:out, h6 water W on e rour position. However it is possible. there is no cliarge. The working Of
9 t 9 1 "' 9'r '9 . . 1 9. ..
",distribution And Official crop, es ima es peninSUr a,,(saY 50,POO square miles)'-in that the work of organization may be the exchange has been on the whol
to t I and
a-r 6 d be Nati6 an onea, isgrace i da bat retarded in some sections
somew a greatsuccess in late years, no doubt,
Oject 6f conteffiptto tfie'p 'eopl Yet: this inconceivable bod3 of by the circulation f ru 0 madesn, by the energy and faithful' ,Th-e storm, crossing,. the z peninsula water has done less damage probably, men who' for, selfish -motives. are not 4-its secretary, H. T. Bodln'q,
diagonally from south-west-to,',north7 tbail it would have done on any other anxious to have the growers improve
who also acts as auctioneer. -Farm
cast; seems, to.. have 'had, rits ravages- equal arearof the earth's surface. The their condition, that the movementr JournAlb forestS .so that sandyAevels quictly,.,took it in,,and 'was inaugurated for the Purpose of
,twas ess e than :tfi ose o even in the flatwoods with clay bot. din payin positions for two or
9 Mr. F. A. Laile, on the Caloosahatchee,
kas6u,- whose 61nters -were 6m, ,it slipped A*a h At thiee men.
y 'Wit out gTe expects torhave tomatoes to ship in two
bc Au, *here they &,P er harm, hi, shee A siness. men mu
-imbighs st monthS.
tS ll sensible bu


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FLORIDA 'Y"MER Aitii -G .0
from 41 to Qc and Spanish shelled
0 T
11arkets. to 4c. n raded pecans bring 3J to 4 1 V "2
per pou d! Jersey peaches, fancy 2.00 UR 1XPRnVER STEAM' Btnj, ffiE 9 RIper basket, and poor to good 50 cents- Has y good poi ts, adding greatly t convenience. safety and durabil ty.
ACKS to 1. 75; up-river peaches bring 50c fo 2. ONVILL FLA.,Oct. 5. Designed especially for
FRUIT S AND PROD UCE. per basket. 11 Phosphate Work d Irr ga ion
corrected by Marx-Bros. Grapes, Up-river, Delaware 5 lb hasThese ar average quotations. gmtra choice, kets 14 to 15c; Niagara 5 lb, 12 to 14; 25 U SU er or for all purposes. Write for particulars. Address,
Aots fetch prices above top quotation a, while poor
Jots sell lowex. lb cues range from 60c to 1.25. Western..:-' ,
"I'emons Ina 1.00 to 1.50 Eew York, Delaware smallbasketig, 14 to M oRiDA N W OOD W ORK
3.10 16c; Niagara 12 to 14c; Concord 10 to Ile. 1_00 ]E
Sole Manufatui ers of the Hege Itmerson Sawmill,-) Miir Works, D
crate,. ....... 3 50 to 4-01 Cfanberries are arriving freely, but the Head Machines, Boltersi 3 dgers, Slat Saw Machines, son's Variable Peed el
angoes, crate ....... 1 50 Pin Box
rates . i.oo market appears barely steady. Prices
NOTE-We. have also fittedup with special reference to Wwittimg second-hand machinery-. 9 Sli ......... ............. 4-09, barrel, 7.00 to 7.75; per crate 2.25 to (6) ker6S yards, large warcrooms, good railroad facilities, with le -te'track and r years .16f
.04to.65, is n t at an TZ
:;Zefice repaiflul
g rebuildi kinds of s o -h
Guavas, 3-peck box 50 to 75 tn andresellingall e _hi_ M buying or.,'
japan Persimmons, crate ............. o to r.oo POtatOeS are in fair supply and li lit Zt equa ly m you write us. Address as Z or t
-Pears, bbl..... 6.. P.. J_ ]Eel% iW
. . . . . . .
2 demand. Jersey 1.50 to 2.00; Long Is- 'a
Kieffer . . . . . . . . . 9'L . ... . Please mention F. nd F G.
Allfgator, retail, each ........... .05 to .10 land in bulk, per ba;rrel 2.00 to 2.25;
Gmpp,,Catawim,5,baskets ... ..L- -ellow sweets 1.25 to 1.50; Jer... .3o Virginia,
Norih m cabbage, each .............. .10
sey sweets 2.00 to 2.50, Onions ar( stead'Jivappb s bbl' ......... : ...... 3.00 to --10 ier Eastern red and yellow 1.75 to 2.25
beets, bl.'. ............... :01 2.75 7
IPotatacs, "-- -q . . . . . . . . . . 2.50 per barrel. Orange county, red and yellow, 1, -R T
Nova Scotia potatois S. bbls., .... 2.40 1.50L Cabbage
ornon to 2.00; white 3.00 to 4.00.
2. O 00
is easy, ranging _100.
'-bbl. 0
from 2.00 to 4 per Cff
VEGETABLES AND POULTRY. Hubbard squash 1.25 to 1.50 L per barrel..
-,Corrected by Davis & Robinson Tomatoes range from 25 to 50c per box DL
onions, Mo., crate L .... .............. 1.00 to 1.2,5 for Jersey. JACKSONVILLE, FLO
Yellew Yams, bush. ..L ................ -50 to .6o
Manufacturers of
,SweetPotatoes new ............. 50 P. Ruhlmari & Co. say-Leinons are
Hubbard squash, bbl ......... I:
_A Y),
50 14
Cauliflower, Ina., each ............ .... gradually but surely cleaning up. There
....... .25 are but 5,50 boxes of good lemons on Ground and Steamed Bone a Specialty. Caustic Sod% and Flowers of Sulphur. I Squash, cTate ......... ways on Hand. Every Kind of Raw Ka"W at Current Rates.
RalaMaZoo .... Way from Naples, a large proportion of i
. . . .40 to .50 Send for Pamphlet on
'Egg Plants, bbl .......... v ............. 2.90 Which will be of small undesirable size. IZL
9- . . . . . . . . .35 Good large Florida lemons well gi'add
Green Corn, dez,"none ...............
................ T.00 will be wanted another week or teh days
Sweet Pepper, hence. A few are selling now in a L very
Okra, bu ..... ............. 1-50
Cucumbers golodmone ............. small way at 3.00to 4L00astosizeand
CowpeA Zellecl,'peck .. ............. .50 BA q NETT: -O R D
Green &; ns, crate - - quality., Oranges are getting scare
..... ....... 1-50 to 2.00
'Peas none ...................... Jamaicas sold as high as 6.00 in the 159,South Water St., Chlc4go,
Turnips, b nch .......... ...... -30-6' idaJ this week. Early varieties of Flo,Newbeetsw.ith topsbarrelcrate, none L ..9 idas will-find a royal wel I come.
Pumpkins, each ....................... o5 to J DEALERS IN FRUITS.
Parsley, per doz. bunches ............. 20 to .25 &Ve tables
We respectfully solicit shipments of Fruits an Carrots, Fla., per doz. bunches ........ .25 to -30 ge
Green onions, per-doz. bunches ....... .20 to-25, Auotion Sales.
Pepper, hot, bushel, We are now makin a spedaltjr ofSage, well cured, .10 6 Chicago, Sep. 28.-Altbough- the offierto 15 inj -clay tha lo p
Lima, Beaus, shelled, qt, none L ....... g was much heavier to p. it has
Hens_ . . . -33 to -35 been for the past few days, the bulk con.25 and-invite correspondende on Markets and rospeets..
t't Broilers ........ .................. 5 to .25 sisted of fall pears and Italian prunes
Turkeys, per pound, gross ....... from Oregon especially the latter,, of
a A[', h.
today ge S
.35 which there were four straight cars sold We reliabl ots at all,.prihei" s ipping point;
G CeSe.v- . . .35
The decline on them was, fully References, byL permission:-National Sh L
25 to io 0 eather Bank, New York,
e half rate from yesterday's t ii6 Volusia County Bank- DeLad, Fla., aiadtho Loan' ab4jiust Co.
Jacksonvjlle Fruit Auction Market,' 7.e at, weltich consisted of 107
1 -ices.
Jacksonville Oct. 4.-The Jacksonville, Ealf crates was sold by us from 75 r tog 8
't-Auction o. are p ease
Frui d, to report while two other cars, consigned to other
pts, of 9 o rang 9 es are-very large--for. receiversi one of them of which half the j: ,,I
th n.of the yeax.:, The past week J half WITH. A,
car was half crates, r And the other
wehayebandled about 300 boxes. Some boxes, the fbrmer sold at 70 to 75c, and- 4
his Sf6r,:
of waslhe in bruised fruit and the boxes from 65 to 70c, while the latter, P U-RL
-we ate at--a loss to know what to do with which consisted entirely of boxes, sold.
itL" We will b Are Manufactured by the
e out the freight on some at 70c 'with the eiceptionrof two lines,
if Why not lei1t stay on the ground which br ht 715c
belongs? -it is bruised and oug M. od
Wbe e it L Tokay and t grapes were in
thorue andpositively no good. demand. A car -of Natoma full ere 'of
L R Darifi, n g F efill
We.L are L p I- eased, to 9 reportr that One Of Tokays selling from 2.90 to 3,00; half a
sold 80 boxes ripened green
our agents crates 1,30 while the full crates of Verora a an average of '$3.46., Of dell sold at 2.45, and half 'crates. of the
eourse; these prices cannot: holdr long.
ame 1.25. Vacaville Tokays brought R1
This market here will only take fruit: from2.40to2.80. OnesmalllotofW.E
-alr o carry in atoCL k Potash. Nitrat
Owin color, at froin $1.50 to $2.00. st e Soda, Kain it, Cracked Bone and Beef Scraps, for Foul
h f L it Lawrence packing, which was very fancy We
tF ems, Land Plaster'imd ,L!s-t,, f 9 Storm ru that only cost selling at L 3.75. Barlett pears brought y; Sulphur, Cottonseed Meal, Tobacco
-1 t-!9Gi6rangbs. 2.25 to 2.50, fine No. I Beurre Clairgeau, SOUTHERN OFFICEAND WAREHOUSE AT'.JA:61 SONVILLE-, FLA.
1.75 and White Doyenne, 160. Two cat Day St.9
TH R. TOWNS, Pres. fj6, nt, ay he(w and Laura. Sts.
Rear of 26 West on ivvr midw. Mam
of f4l]. pears, mostly seconds and thirds, 'd,
()Wiiior; ;KrketS. sold at all prices from 90c to 1.25 one lot Son for Polelret Xemoranda Book.
of 140 boxes, which arrived in a car r of:
NW- OR]K are
Italian prunes, selling from 90c to L05.' '1.00 per 9 baxrel, We ant 9 icipate
b4t ,k' &ma d es 'showing wide eady falling freely in the orange :belt. The
range. Firsts are Off, the basis,,6f. They were something similar to the D YL te t L
red on: hiket, Receipts Jet- fruit must have time' to evapora I
106- to 1.10 as L to variety, with second enue most of them, however, mixed. L M _of oranges light.
65, L to 95 C r Ina. on
ica, 6.00 to 5.00 barrel; Lem s, 3.50 spperfluous moisture and get down to a
roffl,66CLto 6e thl- S :as low t6 r Salway peaches sold frona nia e L 13
and rd to 1,50 box. Potatoe rouiid, rket normal basi6 dryness. Th
'-to 456. We.understand, however, that. the Sal- .9 t,
Pines are"hilight supply and de- white, 75 to 70c, bushel; red stock quality is not hi: it yet. Old and L tri6,
ter price were stored easier;
mapd, ran pgfrouiL 4.00, to. 10 00 per 100 'WeLy bought at the lat 55 to 60; sweets, Virginia 2.00 to 1.75; brands, which never failed before,-are'
f, Cocoanuts are 9 firm. and a wayby the receiver. Some-large fine Jene
af- 3.00 to 2.76. not going well to England; they, have to
CM a 43.00 for San Piquet late sold for 1.10. ved the first shipment of be div6rf,-d and, sold in New York' L The
ad and 28.00'to 31:00 fof Jahiaica8- Ti a oran es last Thursday which growers.should wa for the sunny:qa 's
$0- "Will & JoneB' Report. to:$ eat
Sicily' oranges axe easier and bring-8. Were, dispose5 of quickly at 3.06 to 3.50 ctober -10" the su 6rftuous
to 5. ,)5 p(k box as to: Size -and qualiiy. Buffalo, Sept. 26.- Prices have been per box. Our market -receipts are light juice and t6tfghen tl e rind.
Jamaicaora nges are steady though prims :sustained since our Llast report in fruits
onoraDges, and we advise shipments, as Do not tempt fate, especially thus early
are low. : Originalr barrels range from and produce. Some lines bazve advanced
w e feel satisfied that stock fairly colored in the year, with mean fruit. We saw
4.2,5 to 5.25. Lemons show slow market owing to improved condition a will do well in the early season. We some inihe market from Pierson,.which,'.
N,1thrpPrlCeS98teRdy. Goodshipping Stock receipts.* California peaches, 1.35 to 1-00; have heated, rooms in which we can ought to'havebeen cast out and tr dd o en
is in hinit6d Supply. Fancy 360s bri State peaches, 1.10 to 50c; Late Craw- Colo 2 8 under To was evide&ly,
3 to 9,50; choice 360s .871 to: 2.56 ford's about marketed. We predict fair orai ge
.12 storm fruit,"but it had been'clipped to
Tahcv. AS 4.25 to 5.00, and choice 300s prices for Smocks. Pears, Bartlett, 3.00
Too Much Water in the Fruit. give it anrainpf: serni-respectability.
zo. Some fancy: lemons -per barrel, some taken from cold
Storage in bad condition sold at low prie- Growers should not be in 4 burry to
PTrles are in fair Supply and prices eS.. Seckels, 2.50 to 2.00 barrel; prunes, their oranges or lemons until the Mr. T ear, of
0 to 30c; plums, 30 to 15c; fo;w d They
are rin for desirable ehi6ing Stock, 10-lb. buketL 4 w e7has time to get out of them. sa h b iilized fully $i' o' frd 7
p r farteyrpgo rem L ys e
While bulk of.Arrivals are oor and Lsell pples, Canadian, red varie- Should ember that not only has a U4V"L t
his g Ills year-, a'D- they'required
slowly. GoodStock ranges from 1.50 to tieSL3.50:to 2.50; green varieties, 2. 75 to tremei dous, almost unprecedented, down- d
2.75 and-r9T--66r -down to 75c per-barre 2.09., State Stock from 2 to 2.25., pouroccutred within A Week, 'but that no, prunin g or feitillZing an were
i,,,1 emits are Of, L Va ba ta
-plck'ed raije Some lots badly packed, Sold down to Ior sixty days before that Witter had been given one ptowing..

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Wa in
one y, t v, wo to
'A h rld -,be'
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the ibest t dlth ti
Suxeof having is to use only a wela'T
ij HE ACHIEVEMENTS OF MEDI- established -brand of strictly pure white lead, pure C
lXT; SOIEN E A Bf6 u e c
oil, and p r olors.*
K xn
GIC.OF THB-EAST. The following brands are standard "Old Dutch" process, and,:!
are always: absolutely
The Remarkable Experipac e- 0 f
's ''y iru d
sA6ivvi -h
177, r1p te ea
Pay _4 HORTEST.,'_ Quit
C 'i"A *iPll "ANCHOR" (ciuci
nnaq). RED SFAL (St. Louis).
Hearty Man. "KENTUCKY (,LQui'
,(Erom theKansascity Tira S.), COLLIER 6
yo v o k). MOST ATTR CTI E-1
'he'People of.R-1eh--X[lil1,",,-ATn,!ind vicin- aint,'fint riny i6f the above stfictly pure
iq; ha by a
-2- seeinln ,miracle'o fhe-a'll"'Tll. F _y ,ono Ieaids, with N-fiona T L:d"6o.'s Piirc IV' t6 teRia Ti tui l'_-of4s.
of the best known men in Bat'os and Ve ThLsecolons are sold in que-pound cans, each can beilig sljfli L ,Ilt to tint? poujids 9, Strlctly
0%1 non counties ling bb ji Al a rl 9' %Voofisi ln PureWhiti Lead tfie.d -' Ll tade- they ar6 inno sI-nse rea(i -mi_ ntts; but L puffibinationi of R 0 U tl Ppre I d'est'forin totintStrlctI3, Puid Nvliil tbe !
'gPananui; anOabroth-,, SQd,, ; '
now postmaster at P"ct TV gie't our book on pa iits k0i(l c,,Jur7c rq fi oe. BET
er of ex-lnspec6 oe Mines, u. iq wooa- N,,,hit \V mhcluse,
C06 'llroad Street, Nashville. NAT ONAL LEAD CO., New Nork.
this city. The, e4ple of Me'll 95Is 4kcil; & 'Or-LORIDA PGINITdr;
...... ...
Hill, whore he formerly resiilefl, and of 7-his preHe oi Vefl the :ofdobbtMi. Wo' d-h'fif it 'I ic odon -ma c t 6 f6llowr sevlaiity fl eb'a16 ofcotton. lie report- AN 0 THE NOR TT 1"
benl; form, iniqqhaped, aline,4 ng affidavit: er,? e a works-'yesterday, whereouri, 1 e Wnd'W 6 Robinson, f om 'fio THF,
sellibl"t-lice 6k niall, 1whiol, bals painfullyy. state f m- c w in he',
boIN ed its head half to earth aila labored o 18s I f
ty f Bates, w ure, qme in orinatian in re erence to
suaii-lik ..?icross--,the walks season-after this vears i* ill i. Robinson says fb i
L M._M. Woodsonr lwitjg, d FLORIDA R AN
season, and when one day last Month it' U1Y s-Ornm t w taple 'is very p'Nri 6r' 'this year and CENT, Al
on my oath state that th( followingstatesti tightened to its,.-full heiglit- threw more tha it a been for years. Un-,
ents ate true and correct as 1--Verily bem 1( 11, re i1i ian imp season,
4- away the heavy.-butt '6f, ca'ne which for in AV I I .. 'J, 0 t 4.
T, rqyemqu next 'SU -A8
u6 6. PENIN -L
yours had be6ii-its only support from OODSON. the firid will havelo, 0i.se6ntiuue the
tatal lielple ness, and walked erect Subscribed and sworn before me this tirchaseofcbttoh Abeft6r see VIA
-ti unhesitatingly about the tw' 3d day of March, 1894. na"E' hriu -will put
citieF, people looked and wondered. The Jo.ErN D. MooRE, Notaxy Pliblic. f0t'th'ev6ry 6 ort.to, induce the farmer to LAKE CITY, M GM ATLANTV" '
story of the remarkaWe' ease has"becom e y "of 'seea the
Dr. Williams'Pink Pil!ls for Pale People; platit only a'g8od q'naIft' TO-the matvel--ofithe two counties. Exactly, are naamufactured by the Dr. Williains 1 1'ining year. -Unless this is done Mr.
ras ',Jr. Woodson told it to.a Timies re- Medicine C6nipaTij, SclieficetadS,. N,.--Y. I on says: the cotton'drop will be a N,4shville, St. Louis and, Chicava
-is bore PuPlished- __ N fitilureazothey ye4y. Gainesvffle.suii. , i i il 11 :,
porter, it and af6 sbld only 'in boxes b6a.ring the With but one change o s npem, connoeq
e tor ffrin's-trkde fii rk and wrapped, at-5.01 also at Atlanta for NENVXOR k AhdNANSAS
Inents of the aainned and have. been a cents a, box or six boy $'2.50. Bear 6; to bim ,CITY. The Florida Central "d B 11111HUIIATd T T _,es for 7as nearly 700 miles of track running throikgh
ay ain q wella & VHI tt s"Pikk'Pillsare mopg the, Many hisses; olf busi t
?"..,usuleas. invalid-in mind hat Dr. 1 1 in e
heart 311411, ftee f hi Jt 'never sc -by the-doten or t olie, W )fits are the'niost limited,
-r' )1din,-bulk' or I hiere Prc tobacco RegWins,
1 d' 1. 1- : dealeiir- who -' 65ers pqv I stock -F
totic i of pain on an the, be okbtfsi em, i ew,, _11
It 'thin], piairevibr huzj, Vea,' a every n whe d -Dairy Section,
sulTered More a ui e and, up*t-ai.t agony Pe= "81trawber. ry Tan
substitutes in this form is tryiqgto de- a, e realizQ _wb'ft great- or O
Orange, Bana na an a, -P tneapplu-Gountry,
than r have since I SS4 6- :r& d i i i' t is M' fr' b' ybide4:, _D,.; ahit,,s they, reoeivo f'orftheit:rhoney; AR Pho!ra
and you.and-shoij1d p a ttl -Belt.
W-, L, s, P k, Pi, I may b ha o all I I I Veritt)r produces the simplest;: need Of," a the'silver
imn iii'my right n6e, and after am in I f Spring an
weeks of sd3 ring in bQ,, Iliits at last the, publi% at the .expense,, perhaps, of. s6e7lbiy.,
e__ druggists or dii;ect by.-mail from A Oth
37" Great Yi nti)tV C
Wllliam i : Medicine. 66..: qt,,A;fewho.urs1 experiment; an
11 1 riss -b' direceiVesyid tit-it was Beachps'the N otcd ig fnj qr6iti'i4 ti.
on y e. i ,
I to a about on ctitcL' s f r AV s a(.rQy.a,ty great suWsjwWch1hQ public- iia ilie tiest land4 for tillal i
ailment havifiv set*d in the-, e book -may, contain the,, Akbf soils in the Statto, and A1K;10ig6Ta llegt
work, and I I I i :, ;
aspiteconstant treatnieril'of the rop Notes. ife 'expenseofpne or
Joint. I Di Ufib over thi bon ral Ri
r 1pre m3eni 'y healthyy
Soiii- Ei_ 9&emWrrA-d etth4t yolumeto thepur-, !1 Whigre it is High rafiLd H
most emi'nont phO rop,,of oranges' 18 8er onlyXepxes6nts so; -much, paper Prosperous1o"W na fill itg route itid. _:rt dire
-,grPW WOM6, and for the last four years I eqtimatedat from 35,000 to 45 000 hoxA Cho rs,
e J and mateiftal -fbr_ biudlng, and 6 srti-, 'll the best -freight facilities jy.;kpy
11, d t go. a -)out ent dba rom 6-000 to 7,000 boxes Mons.- the Northern markets. 'Son tWrodli4da to,' ,
lave 0 -for e )Pbp a
balfto ar the ground. 6 the winter, :Fruit neve' amount for its mechanical construiltiY)n.
r-,Whs fner u'or have th",'ovres
N kay do7not stop :to think, Whew such
of 189 :after -the rlic iatdsoj had everyresentec a; inorb pleasirfg p"t. 4,1MY F-LQR11?A (DME,11
so 11 corliplete 4brary as the new tdition.of, -With its spirited W6i6 F Ad b6uu't1f f MuAia
ttl its 1116 t ch"6J)" 'T I t to thb e e. Spe ng-about the condilan 9,0 -ad i c. of, tN'.'Encyclop, a Bi o M e" a 6 d
ty ul iliy broth- Aion and 'color of oranges, the. indications' efllt- itannica'.'is offered., dje ,erlptivo of ai aubialFl6rida ff
,fhiohJsgotteiAppln elegailtstyle
t e.mat the renjarkal-)ly low price now, V VaKes,-for six weeks I was treated in are tb at fidly 50 per cent. will be russets, '61.fqll sized.1kist iuusic )t ppr, c6ritaininguisq,
4 1-'4 one of the largest and best,4known dis from the presence of mite on the fruit. dffred-by The Conititiitiontoits re aden, aq3idtur6'of ii h6ilie'ffi'l, lori ja and'a hurntl64'
'.iiensaries of that city, bdt without th t the are-not paving for anything at S
The Repoiterhas interviewed its farm 6eno. -Tt is- iiaalled on reevipt of lo'eontq (ib
friends from about everyportion of K, stamps, to p!Lv expenseofdi Atxibutiopl
-slightest improvement. B66il I came ii ahl but t value of so many pounds of Sbiid 41,96-for the-best mat) ofF]Torl a.(spla
lf(A1167 T,,l socur6d a 9tvong'.;,gP-, Ani6bat_. th last t 60,1 s a's to liaper. and leather.and.a few cents per f!rd6) and n6ti th6torwris oi it xouto
1119 A. 0. MA6DONELL',&iP.X.,
tery, this 1 used the ume for its cent
,for M!6& t pi6 6nt year's crops -with Ith" follZ-Vol traction. 86 groat'a
sarncrQAult. In, August 1;89- l Y 4krepresentsthe workof the intellect,
I went to I h g Ir ds ul't 06 b ii eini 6-bg- I i hi 'a s b 6 t i h4r
St Louis ponfor ed with th the entireworlo, Such valu6soannot.
e vested to.,8u ply the home, another year.
]Je,, esthyiated. The wealth,; of all the: widel lyath '
'th ib ird _6 sell
df "'hospital 'i posl agar a qoul
6-- ? I_, Rolthschilds wo Th'e Plarlda Ceat m
6t:p6 ji 0 cr ds, and uld hot pay
practtice fame, -and Dr. Kale of the city, ful crop,-' swe t t es, 11 P, Tice
.1d, ake my, an 1i dorthe rrnallest,,porti6n of -s
'Noue ofthem.- wou t ill dbufft on -tllltd
hospital -it. -enin
pe of ffordfi -a do not stop. to, fhink, iyet should they doT P ular. R
T casei with any ho n -e (May r(-,a(-l i Ull crop
I, ,,J. f g me mol half-crop.) Hogsf ;E36- they would. realNe to their pro& that'
t1lam'', t ,Mp r, ry pie,,, aiih Z &h!ae and without' any'disease. Sp, ,en-eight4s, Hers, to. Shippefrg:
tl ," h- ,qk doub1bd'Wiih'p vin, 5 1ples;s df the farmers Will.put-up per] enou *e e statements, are itrue- Aijd, that the,,
an losseas iotn -of an educational resoure'e -so 4,dINWA
sppri 'ent. Tor ho -me ana,"surp I I I L to, sell.
'About tlil s' time Valuable.means much'to the and -t6a
my attention was Fine'pea"nut and (Jiufi '6rops..6 fatten., in BETV, rEIPN,,
t, j o tb a'' '; )f a' eiwirlmhlc the pork on. 0 'h I A at,16ast4their-posterity.
range, cro sio dt
cii Cll 'for PAe. 'M%] f. -L ak e C i t y la epor ey.;, ,whicb. every- parent owes
bop e of T
I" t ifai, 1 0.06 bales -of t o give [6 his chil(Ire4ith6,,be t-ed-u6a-ti6n
ocommora ia, 1-110timatism Mr. D. A. Sham, sold about
an( Yaraly is. I 6rdereil' tobacco to NeW Yarl houses, tbi i 1 3 an1d With Improved YentfiatodprB,' h s co
w)rnoof the pills: er- that his sonf i 13 d'tha ever'6-orfiba I n avera I e py As week iii his power, in ord
-a daughtersmay be fitted Q? copo'with the .9 bet or qui pe
41 begin to tah( ice Of 24
e ihie t _Whe ce4t per E: -ale the Ortinge ail Vegetable crop's'llifia:',
tb-' ;po pd.-Quincy Herald, -,i orldi Give them.tb e,, aid. of -the great Itipurc eJoso mnnuetiona and prompt despzit&-itito a pI f ;Rficyclopa dia rit tb'all Eastern and-Wes
-a vsi i; ii i I y eg'trom -Mesus Lyle &iCo. m'ad ethe, first ship- annica, e er
'_C' par, and th'
tb -ill bb iheir dugh cars to destination
_fhigli down. Wa'scola 411 the timei'and ment oforanges last Week.- They w6re W Thr
'Could not W short fn1l gio w'n' and -,ripe, "oilgh '.for -at change or delay.
-tithe th'6 pi is were one'fin o was the T ey were grown by NOW to
-is iixe. 4PP i 'm Perishable freight follo
S. I. Pedw6an Two, wed. by, wire, KhEI-1
t 7"sg gi
94-- -T" 1* ahle'tx attend t th' 'd t' were in ormed by Mr. Lyle 'tbil ',thog e, Now is the time, while there is no glut% be. -t::Ed7b. at e8 nation
-, M t 't I I'll q 9 u, ieg 'g int
well 1ih4 oranges have ripened six w lk"' 1 thianiarkets to begin shipping your "iyal
I ."T", 0 -1, It oli -, ;. des carrier ii All .r1h_96safAi'l
sWong man. I vas'fre i dip pain ap(i'l hi eason th n last' nd that, last year o ranges. We: admit. that they are- too ly adjusted.
'enjoy a ound a fi I 'Vig Vq sleep hree' w e
-L -an a 'i earlier ffi n ffib but, eoplb will bu. andpay splon-, -See that y6ut goods aTe jhiu-k6id
's6tnething T%h d-m-ot known- for ten eceOipg year whiph was'the'Arst yeal or yellow -ftuit. W6 are in a, via F. C. & P. R. R.
To-day ain practicAly, and I 6f, the r fruiting.., Ile thinks iqhftt, 1Ath-,,- o;sition to ripen it for you-in heated celCLI A of iny &ing the orgpges infiveofthe largest 'cities.. in the dersi d
-L te 'Vfe and agorlIZIng _,tfl, at: nl 66111 ;QunjVposw.il1 make',them-,eirl4r! JEast. not 0. in TA-YLOR, Trav. A'Kt, Ocala, Fla.
Send oJily, fruit and T.J. TUCKER, Gisb. A' 'I, Orl L do, F
ev: r vroukht th -6 f4reafter. pmaller- than. M, Tdft'; large as 'you, G;, n
HOLDEN; Trirv. A L burU,!p,
his wandA-hat.-Dr;Wd1liamsI 14 a,
*jtb F. Dutton, R, Trav. A' It, Ta
Po-, hVe biiVujvqt y, oave',% Liberal advaiices to all who. W.:j FULLE
did for-me. at wo -;k i)4 t quest, ;THop.,-A. Tow zs. rN P NiNGTO
hIeji,,gi1.1AbR por ire EN no 1 6
:',To verify the 1 cr question 'days by d a] 6y A
6- n ,, hich fim.6 th edl Jacksonville Fruit Auction CO.' W, 11. PLEASANTS, n ral Fro t Xet


t i c e W illi e o rb e c w il b e d in, he a ver i# i-IgT 1 1

picurs a tae of~fiir whchwil anre ofeb 1 n4 aout o hree year be' recgnizd b dwelersin te m r beinl ari. op eas Wil e sent
_.Fonid flawood, th ho ofthe' ofom chs fola ise.thes'tawbrry Th. e redr ~t rig ell o r fromx ofie
n hi c ta t eno ar s a e l~ast yrea r. gathered ovr d6
7 h oreth 'takselsad woe h~ a e th nts
sie rees oy, much~ht' ow n of,

h crepnetdpcsbuleusarth avt ill be inbearn il1 ye "
V~ imwhn-be-sas .t-ryetr- year growing toun ere 1,a

atbeti ass cu~ ur
ha~ ~ at ~ a to ttinriulcx

Ite e sie lo:,~ since. Ante em'atlypr te

-g-en ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ se 'eifi~o ths Scedlsea,'
a n ibern t he.

0 r'

ul~bj, h h heew kno haeo eM t
rl ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n~ 1.t C QIti",cut a~ul .t
'esetwo rop inut hae lavether fur asnd fiv yarol

ioRWi~p 7
aitthard becase o
abund, m~~~~~~~uhri. js!-- .. ..
mbisure o- sccee. Th

to,'nd n c'ludng,199) astheharest pprachs ifeyeav


'QV-EATE[M AND OROPSi most -severer' in -this district-Key West forcash, in frontofthe court, house door, -in the -99 CENT. .r -W-ORD-" GOLUMW' -,
experiencmgi the highe4t wdnd 'velocity city of Jacksonville, Duval.Coufity, Vlorida 0 Monday, October ist. j894, within the legal
or Week, E nd'nffr 00to 1,, 1894. of any -fie eo To Insure -insertion in this col trin advertlsea
station,611 t ist,- Some daM- hours of sale. iboney.
age to fruit, but thought to be generally NAPOLEON B. BRowARD, meutsmustbe ace6rupanied bytll
The storm that swept -gye ,,tbe Florida Advertisements must not exceed fifty :Words.
Sheriff Duval County, Florida.
insula frolo Key t d light.. No orange trues whollydes i. ,.ed Postage Stamps received in payin t
FartOp. I t August 2q, r894. en
#"(1P so fat as reported, but branch Count everV W ameand res
up pTer. *as1he es on soTe
24th to 2U4 of S te gale ofabove mentioned propertyis continued,. ord.includiiign add
whipped to--Pie6e' by. the-.Wilid- t e by instructions of plainiff's attorney, until Novmost destructive.,of the easonin ,:r I ROWN LRGHOiRN UGGS for HATCHING.
preselilf q d i p aces was cove with the
t 1- ty groun in 1 ember 5th, 1894. BStock of the. be$t.
,,,eastern Florida. The dan-lage o )I( e
1, : r NAPOLEON B. BROWARD, Sheriff. $i for 1,3. R. Tiiddy
:ii4d crops by ind -woff lao leaves andtwigs fr6m. all kinds, of1reesl J awtey, Fla.
si;rprising could it 1 e sta. d in after the storm.: Aver go rainfall 4.36
The OW-LS FOR SALF,.-Broilze turks, bI
dojk r but the 101s wa Po geuerraRy dis- inches. FLangsbans, Indian games, Pei. ek8 audr,
tributed over the, whole penilisula, that' E.M. Demain Typical 'McNeil peas. Mrs. W. H. Mann, Maunviller.,
it did ni)t'f all with crusMng' oree 'Upon Di
JackSOuViUb'-Fla "rQet. 2,1894 r, Tropical
any tl rticulai secti or4dndustry. The- ANDBILLS for the sale of Grape Fruit Copy2 .
rights--IOO, 2 cents; 56o, ts,
da ib -the orapoe erOp.' is, estimated Topic. H gor cen
A Depot, -for- Insectloide Mat 'eilal. $1. 6o, post Included. r Can be order A i
to.'rAligeltoin a mostno ilear y Traveling?
ba iftlia droPinrva';dbus e( tions-,"- d' We have 6dd 'dt6':o' Take Adolph Riedel, i8i8r Colli7igton AV., Baltimore,
_AqcOr e., ur Md Better your returns; try It. xo 6-8
ing to the b a complete- S in HULL
locatio lof',' roveq, Home. Ping, i tock s6cticlap,
sowell Hbeltered1bat the loss'6f ftuit The COTTON,91 ED ASH9S.-We have
intblo7n6ffjth6rued and btu i sed is White crushed d I istic soda, 99 -per Tropical limited, supply on hand at $31 .00 per-,'tonl.Wilson & Toomer, The Fertilizer Rouse 6f.Fla.;
'd be inconsiderable; nbth4' cent.' streDgth. Jacksonville.
groves were' (jul e._,.HeI loLl y a ii I a g P .,.White chished caustic, soda --70- per SIBLE, Reliable CbtumisSioj Me'r,
-both- in the destructi6r)rof treesRDd loss- cent.-r strength. Line. R r: SPON
chants, Buffalo, N. Y.-Battersou &
_of fruit. Reports state that grape' frtlit" j3Pst,,,.q1l lity-1811 6 Traffic
":On accouut its groato woigtt suffei,6
Of r d' Rosin. Trends 7 ANG9, oil TRIFOLIATA gtodk
more than orallk es. Sul ]i SATSUMA OR
25c, Villa Fri iica lemon, on TrifoliataHardateS Of'_COI re c6g. -Qtli 5cc; Yellow Catlcy guava ting size, I oc;
The.ayerlige of the estim AtrF6 est Market pri A 'Sh Tideward
spoildetits as to, eottola,, reluiaiu f _Un- trient.: plants, ioc. Now is the Itimei to plant. IT, K--,
r : I %- WILSON TbokFR, Toward o
gatli6red at thp begirming The Fertiliz G dbey, Waldo, Fla.
)f the _hurri, er House of Florida,,
per c6fit.-of thb- r6p;- r much -of *3W The
-cane 18r,4 Jacksonville. FIN14 lot of seedless grape fruit buds anda,'
this Wag open ready to pick Rnd Turbid A few tahita limes all on grape frui k
was Price very reasonable. S. M. Sfephenstj'lt6iLclcel '
seriously damaged by the stotT., Su ar
Look at the Jamaica Prices. Twisting land, Fla. 9- 9-10calie:sufried material daina-vo, as did also
d If you wait till everybody e insjo: Tack
rice, an 0 CIM remaining in the field8_, ] XCHANGR-Sumrner and winte'
F'in North Carolina mountains. owner must
*ucb.,injury mas done to trild'king Inter- ship, you can't expect to get- 00 The live in Florida. Wants good orange gTo
ests and s r, for your oranges. It is not a uestion. of -, v
t aw.berries. S oekr,- interests B. Clarkson, Jacksonville, Fla. 9_T _tl
-also suffored considemb y e drown-_ their being yellow only; are t e b1ht' Trackless
r, ACRFS OF LAND FOR SA 1 ioo have
f cattle and ii)iing of tbom in tim- and large? Nothing smaller t an 96
Tarpon Time 4 6 cJ been. cleared. 20 in YOUtIg orange trees.
b6grad sections bS, faffffi tre6s The l'afli- will sell well. We color them for you in, W P. Wright, Draytot Island, St. Johns River,
fall averag6d a&3u't three, times he-'Lor- li at di .9ellars, at no expense to you. Florida.
Tqlmaica oranges are selling from' Test 0, 0 0 0 FINg, healthy pear trees. LcC r onje '
inal for tliw Sf& and the tk inj*,atu re 8
it ig- grAtifyill, t(-, $3 to $4.50,.I erbox., Why not put Home Kieffer, Garber and others. Satwas al0it ifoiinal. The Tardy stima Oranges, Figs, Peaches, Pluins ond Peca"st-9to toDjarket at on6e-? Liberal advances
fai ,-as kno-wn ito lives were atbotto prices. J. H. Girardeau, Mo V11,?,-,
Tale To Florida in
lost on'lafid t to, t d. For ',s neils, etp.r,.
liiiiji,, t9e harribane. qla( o i reques' te
exe ess in', 'Wri The Tarry. NE Smooth Cayenne and Abbaka Pineapple
e, W fi 1) i S ri_'e i gh t, F,
r. I ..- THOS.rR. To
tpinp4aliire ; -hjt;h perceiltp, WWNS, T TaX r Suckers and Slips. Orlando Grape
ge o sun, uit Co.. Orlando, Fla. 0-4
'Shille.. -No rai'll reportm' ej 6l l; a Sh lit 117 1 Fr A' tion Co. ypes
Tell Thou CUTAWAY HARROW prices, address IC
)9tb. -It wa,4i
ishoNvenat Perfsa ola oilthe FOKS. Hubbard, Federal Point, Fla., State Age nt.-,,
Travel jo-2,-tf
frle wee or arin, _wb NBW _F PRISE. Thy,
'tile tim,6, 'E t d "N j" 'AL MI ION PAPAWSIII C 15 cents; Giant
.kV) f e I' orl This Talent T bamboo, 5o and -5 cents each Water Poppies
_u S, ricane vcl,16keitly,, 'and del- Sobdrlaoxise at Satsui n4: o ce
th e farr jqs-,'80Wesi4-,- T pical T)-day 15 cents. Water hyacinths
ITY9 -_ Nvlth y Riotic. waf; r,
Jllmes 6 Rbrlne ,ter,,N have' cantia, four varieticsfiir 2 cents*
ciiedra 'ich seed house at Satsunla, I*t- Thoroughfare That ies 25 cents. Dwaif Pc;iacia
Uri( a weyQ husil Y 'd_'- )ickiiig o brio III
engage lla--45 cents each
crij) -1) in r g eQruK'"_ e.r-_brightTihiffi c'eunty, Fla., indhave appointed Dr. J !B. Tro ica-1, Nurseries, It. G. Burnet, Supi.
Heridil of Satsurna, -as general mcnt for the Through Thrift PaT Fl-.
Sunnyaldes. Ilavmal-w** progressed Slmth': 'Vi k's ced houae is one J the oldest, The
Ja g,"f, and ffics OR SALI -iomat e oriange' -,,I,,d
f a oi Xly 'durili g' the ;'1 66ftoes, t r liable of an v in the Tj iiit d Tend
CAjfeLftI _1, L th center. two-,year gta
and I ; arid ,the immoof vickiqstifficie t OP1000
e'reported --v6Yy ,ood ij el 11 - I Truly To fruit treeA, excellent variety; avcrag heigt t:
teeffor their -1
-eds;- all orders south o North 'Th
'n, "part, Cottoll 'generally threefeet;also one two-bore jolmD"re cdrh,,,
Carolina shcUldLb, add ... s&I'to Dr J. B. Hen- Tropical e cultivator, for riding or vvalking; new. -.One';
'poor 8 0 ffi 6 rep, t, it t I I o 0 rA r4 111 t I Fla, Orders by'inail of express
ep I Sell d to' Dr. Henion for Vick s Territory. To-m( OW two-horse Acme harrow, ud tmc-horseidke.,r
"In Many _N-6arg., ftighest_.f jj i j 6 ati ire, are T Arche
vch i: t A liberal discount An Ilathalfvalue. AddressBox27, r,
8- lowest, 76; n4mal_-'7, Ideon all l"Irge 0jrC] Ry or a
u :4
i orthern Distriet-Tei Aper-t steds, plants, flowerm, vegetnbles,4 if re near- n 9 e6 PARSON 'BROWN ORANGE" and"'Carney
lyn6rinal. l-,ainfall'i4-eiagw..ooiitf(- tir nursery stock, will be furnished,.at the lo ; est Thou htful Sicily Lemon."-Best orange and' lemon
iines-the usufd anioifnf- 1 _,% iflctjle5 Tourist grown. Write for catalogue J; H. Tu rlll Y,,'
.8- 1 1
iell at, "iftchBOnville on 26th, "gxcelsior Nurseries, Lake Weir, Fla. il- 3
and the W* Sherilref Sale. Thanks OR FANCY PINI APPLI PLANTS-Write td'r
jud. reach ed it F H. L. Beeman, Orlando, Fla. 28-16
8,njil's, N, W,, o NDER and by vi il expciltion issued out The
ity of 4' U ftheGirt uit Courtin still for Duval-County, OR 111E.-16,ooo orange, lemon and grapert State that vor- kt:tle Fouot'hjudicial Circuit of Florida, on -thi x6th Terse F r fruit trees. Write for catalogrie and prices,
o ges ile day;of August, in a certai Ruse therein All budded on sour stOck. J. H. 1'urnley, "L xe in S peiidiilg_ Lwhercm the H. 13. Claflin Company, a Tutor celsior Nurseries," Lake Weir, Fla. 7-7-20,'
118 vh ,re t-lib,?wjnd blew
poration tinder the lawi of the State of New
leaves t That POR EXCHANGE-Roct cuttings of the diafrC
t-hO, rainfall-,-Was gretites cNor and Marcus Conant is defendYork iq plaiutifi ablished plants
es "Inat, 1088 ber'j"1tO,_ Ser'loll'S iint 1'hll'ye levief upon the following d"crib6d Bamboo for esL -us trifolisTells of'Sago Palm (C jo(u Rcuohaa). Citi
ot reatly dArrlaje ;b -, rain 'us property; situate in Duval Couaty,'Floridato- ta seed for honc and peen-to peach seeds 'J
eciall re' "NORIT,%,17T), M arksville, ra.,,
open and riea y to pick; The rl.kheasl part of lot one (i), in block one
,'cane-an blownaridmuA dao aged,' (i), be] n fifty ( o) feet on Ocean S Truth. ANAGRASS. (Faspalumpla(yeattle)
as Wa r s a so corn, but if pulled hundred and five (T05)feet on Washington Stmet. the best
;Louis' grass ill Florida for lawns or perI The two water latsm frontof lotsone(- dud The I
lossto th latter will not b gr Iriahent pasture will grow wbere Bermuda
e ight two (2) being two hundre and i oes. Can be planted any time.of the year when
ock found dead tell (210) fC Typical
ead f t et-froru: on OceanrStreet, ruimAng :ground is moist. SetS--2-i CtS. per loo, $i.5o per
'ilft -r:the Storm. Highest t, theliceto thd'St.. h River. The soutlilvcst Trip W H.Pow rs'Lawtev, Fla. tf
]half of lot one in block tWO(2). Lotsight,
orma in block tWo, i Lot 'two) in lit OR SALI for cash, tim e or ti ad e, ora li ge grov es;
89 .,lowest 61; mean, 74; 11 ock three F
'erage raffi till 6 jnc &E, Lot se fruit and timber lands, It. RUMLBY; KeTjXR,
six _(6). All of Thine
venteen : 'Via
ated in th Fla.
inches icli said lots are sr(a e town of Mayport, County of Duval, Florida, andar 12 mb6ted.
CentralDistrict:-,Temperatur an thereof.,-! Unorma according t6 the map or pl The
arge Oxi2 gs in rai a a.at: Section forty (4o) townOranges- dam- in the A. Gay G r -range twenty-eig Tropical tRINSON., -CLOVE .01
Cl6nr r ship two (2), south, lit (28) east. T: AA
by cl e biit not- s6riposlyj ex ,
'Cep In nj n (n), twelve (p) and fuw. een (14)
N"- t grov ots eleVer
es., Some re- Trunk ok
dull the south pa t, coirtainitig tenty flve (25
io'Hs very light much, less-than- SUB-, acres of lotleip lit (3), o three (3) toijil- Line.
1. section :Per pound, postage paid, 25C.; tenpoands,, ex ,
'd ship 'two (2), MOLt range twenty-ei- Rt (.18)
fam'e b' Storm Of Obt' 'IA'93 while press not paid, x2c. per pound; per ush
'that' amag(, i t t. C dtt. Lots two (a) three (9 j four (4), six (6), tell For maps and particulars, address,- el and Over, 66 pounds, ;6
fruit bl Own Off tb dined'afid"bruised o) eleven iii),jbirteen fourteen (14) and 13. 0. ACKERLY, Flin line of
ajuouUt fteen-(iq) o section t6 (to), fownslilp two (2),
a -tight (,S) cast, Lots
considerable part of exop. south ot range twenty GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
.ev n (,) arid two (2), (exceptin fifteen (T5) THE TROPICAL TRUNK Lli
,,-2, Grape fruit wlis injureil irloro than acres the southeast corner, deeNcO ta Frarl E,:
_r, Jacksonville, Fla.
cl,,yton of section eleven (ii), township two (i),
'd soutlvo range twentV-eight (--8), ealt. r-ots one
_,were' prostiated.' Trlia '-fields
a,]'Clr (i) and six (6) of sectlionfoniteen-(14), township
rdens ba,11v washed. Timber X. MeLENNAN,
two (2), Sonth- of T"Inge twenty-eight (28) east,
neing- u 6"., Cleril: onirepo S ::Iot otie(i), two,(2),threc(3), seyeri,,(7' ,Of,',secall" tion twentv-five (25), tow-irsilship two,,.:2), south
st 41191nf 12.52 n6hes A E G
')f range twen ij ht (2S) eaSt.
i Ill IT tusvii4l ,t, (1(;" LAN13SC P ARDERER.
-I niilestoft; 25th,. in the F. RiL: '_ard Grant: Section 'thirt, -nine
62. .* 1 1. r,
t P. l)"'i 10wesf San 1'6, Qq);,. township two (2), southof-raugeA',Tcfity L. CAMERON-j
average 'raihiall tionSir eight (2S) cast.:- Andlot nine (9), ofsect 't- Parlo, Cemeteries and Private Pla,66S laid Out,
41), township, two (ii) SC)Utli Of range welityIll lids; norm 14 2. Seedsma&
e ghtr(j8) eu.9t. by contract or otherwise. 5th St, Spring;,
T,0110 WD gl e4t'bj de fi id-Ja asonvtu lit



-SAVANNAH LINE., Th 1 d-, &6:

Time" 48 16 5 5 hours between. Sax. nah,- New, York an& Philadelp.hia,, andf" "i1yonv- I Fh qfflA 1dN1ES-,between Savannah and Boston, 65 to 7o hours._ Me ma mm iq g PlAncent, St& f this. -Line are Sp1 fd111o*s, ba Charle
pomtedlodai, S.,P.,
-OCEAN S HIP C both ways
41 Fr Mrom JEW xOnV1110,
STI AMXR Florida.:
An .281,13PIU.- .......... Sundayi Sept 2d"at 5-,ooamBetween Jacksonville andNew York: First-class, $25.6o; Intermediate, $ig.oo; 3 xcurslon, $43.5o; 6tb, at
Steerage, $12.50. Fri .3ist, at ALCoNQ)UIN11 ........ Thursday 19m a to
Tiie;ay, Sept. 4th, at 3 P In .......... SEIS11NOL3" 5 _d 9th, at 2%00,U'n
on Cab!lf$2&- eera $14,25 Friday_ 7,th,,at 3.p m ... _'._...'UROQUOI .. 3:.10 a In
acksonville and Boat t, .Iutermedlate $21 oo 1 xcursfon, $47-301; Ke' : .31 ". * * -:: Tlhmu= y h
The magnificent Steamship Moioday,, loth at 3 P in :::..'...Sunday,- f".] 5:oo a in
mpany are a poi id to sail as follows: St 'Itth
Wedries i2th, -YRI Tuesday, 'jSth, at 6:3o a in
at3pin ALGONQUIN". h :20th, Fit 8.oo a m
4th at 3 P M. ......
P M. ] IINOLE"--- 2 .3d at 11:00 a m
T -.i:oo in
'VN,2c l(nl el sday, ad St
x9tl11 at .3 P in .. at. entral or_40 Meridian Time.) Triday, 218t, T 7th _at,,i:3o p in
at 3 pin.. .... .. but
Nn oochero.. It
..................... ............... ....Monday Oct. 1, 7.00 P. In.- M "'day 24th, at-3 p YF "I ASSE El I Sunday, 30t I at, 5:wn
City of Macon. ......... ..................... ........... ........... Wednesday Oct. 3, 8 oo a. in., W= cso ay, 26th, at.3 p ral ........ '-'ALGONQUIN ............ Tuesday, Oct. A, at .6:3o a in
CltyofAugukta ...................................................... Friday, Oct. 5, io.00 a. m_: Friday,,., 2.8.th, at 3 p in ........... tS] MINOLW' Thursday, 4th,,a 8 ;111
City of.Blrmingha m .............. ................ pr 6, ir.oo a.ip.
']KaxiAas Citiv, .......... .................. M Y Oct. 8, 1.0c) P. m .:
:,Gate City ................... ......... .... ..................... Wedtl'sdayOCL 10, 2.30' Phil _1 I hl nCjacksonville. Lines.
Nacooobee ............... ....... Oct. 12,' 3-00 a
........... m...Friday,
City of Macon ....................... Weekly service between Jacksonville and Philadelphia,- calling at Charleston, C ;',south........... Sitlirday, Oct. 13) 4-30,P- In- bound,.- ,The fast freight Steamships, ', Dieja* ario "wan ah" are appointed tq 'SM wUfolCity of Augusta ........... ........................................... M on Oct. -15, 5.30 P.rn,., y
ning am ..... ... ........ ......................... W ed .00 a. ul. vil e
City of Blif M Y Oct.'17,'7' Ows:
Kausa" City .......................................... ................. Friday, Oct. 19, 8.30 a.in From,'Philadelphia: From7J"kson I Direct:
-Gate City ........ ............... ...... ......... .. Saturday, Oct. 20, 9 Friday, Sept6uher 8 ...... ;'Pri'day,' October .-.: th
Nacoochee ...................... 3o a. in., Friday, October '
...................... .. ........... ILMonday, Oct' 22,12 00 jjljj- Priday, October 501 .......... ... j2tli
City of Macon ............................... I ... ........ Wedu'sday Oct. 24 Z00 P. Friday. October 12th ..... ...... 4 .... itrida October
City of lugustA.. .... Friday, Oct. 26j 3.o6 a. in Frida dctob' r 19th ............. .... ..WINYATI ......... ...... Friday: Oct her i&th
city if ................. Saturday, Oct. 27, 4-30 P. 711.
City ............................ .. .......................... M day Oct. 29, 6 oo p. m k
G ate City .................... I ...... ....................................... Me% 3 RY Oct. 31, 7.oo a. in,
FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. t For '.Sanford, Enterprise and- Interme-&-ate Po
Chattahoochee ...... ..................... Riter.
............ ............ Thursday, Oct. 4 gooa m the St. -JohAs
Tallahassee ......... ..... ................. .................. Thursday, Oct. 11: .3,0? P.
a o6chee-, .......................... ............... ... .. Thursday- 'Oct. 18, 7..3o a. ni
I 49-tc a3ti A-E! ILI
................................ ........................ T h .00. P M .,
C 'W.-,I. "'4AW,
ea-V6s JAUKSONVVILLY, Olrn looV- o aura-, treet 'al ivm.
(This Ship doei NOT Carry Passengers.)
PUESDAYS' -an& ',S _ttRDAYS,, fo
.............. Tuesday Oct. 9, 1.30.1). in'.-' R ENTEWVRISE
so ........ ...... ........................ .Friday Oct. 8.30 a. PALATKA, ANF6, D,
soug 191-6 th e o ns
ug ........ ....... ................ ....... ... .. -.MoadaY, Oct. 29, "o P. M;- And -Interme d* iver
diate Lan ing On,, St J h
'THESE .PALACE.:STEAMERS 16a-ve's. SANFORD, 5..00 a.,::m an, PRISE 5.30, A
-at Savaiiiiahwith C 8 ON
entral Railroad of Georgia, Savannah, FlorMa & Western Railway, ar Railroad.
Florida Central Peninsffl i k
'General. Passen, 1-1
Through Bills OfLading, Tickets, and Bag ajgy Ch c-s to and-from all Pastern Points intbe South.z eket Office WegrBay St., a, son
See your nearest tichct'_-&'ea1 uz irritc for, Preight or Passage to A;J.,C0LE,:Passenger Agent 9 BowlingGrtcn, New4bTkLL N
R.,T_'WAT4"R; Agent C. G. ANDIMSON, Ageut ff. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traejc Iauager, 5. Bowling Green ewYork.
3,5 RorthRiver New.York.,' Ci I xchange Building, Savannah, Ga., THEO.- G. EGER, Traffie Alanager 5 BowLing Green, New--York.
New Pier No. 1, 1 Flori"Passenger,,Axent, 88 WestBa t. ackson illi Tta.
S'iWh .rf, Boston.
W. I; -N- 1L.,IfOWA -cikht Agent, f66t Hogan Street, ja n e,'
AiLtit, 13 S.ThlrdStreet, Philadelplun. JO.R ED, Mori& F:t
W. H. RElg1'r Gen'l Agt. C-R. R., 317 Broadway, New Y rk., : Je A.,,LESLIE, Superiatetident foot HootiStreet jackAonvill e,

.-'D. HASHAGEN,' astefh Agent, Sav.-#Fla. &'Western Ry. Co-_261 Broadway,.N. Y. A, en"I"Age'n'tos
j_'Ij.'-A-,PAMS, Gen'l lj aat.'Agf; F. C. & P, R k. A'. Dew. SAMPSON, General Agent, 353 Broadway, New York. 3o6 Washington at., Boston j _jqouth Dela are A ue, Phila ip 5 Bo Gre6n,,Ne -Vork
4. wITI1, Gaejiil Agent, 121 West Bay,$treet, jacksonville...
W, j, FARRICLI j Soliciting Agent. W. It. ARNOLD, Gen. Trav. Pass. Agt.,
WALTgR HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agent,,._"W. A. BOURS. ES4A BLICS- J."B.'Bb
12i West 134y-Stii!!et, Jacksonville. 10,

INGS'%.:: AN ''TR
V. UST. BANK' n erto iar
Ga'deh'., ff i1i is,

JACKSONVIL E. .. ... .....
'.-;CAF I TAL-, 7 Onlj*t id"'Mbit-R lft6'ble-:,S6eds.'-A'Com lbStd6kof
'All.-'ROBINSON, President. W. J. HARKISHEIMER, Vlcew-Preg.,
WM RAWLINSON, Cashler eat-Grits,Hay',. Cdrh, OA'jlbur Iran Neal,
ECTO R S: ed ea Both: I a d rk.
co'non -se 4" ff Bri
llectl6ns made on all points of Florida, and Remitted for on day of Pay _NI'TRAT-t 8-6ft
me; t. Active and '_Savln si86 counts Solicited. Interest Paid on
Savings. -RIATE-jDF POTASHJ',- 'r
izer4.. MU
BMfit"; Fed'
Prei0dent tkange Tree, a ve'e, 18 NIT
THoS a la KAI RG11
C ashler..;.: ff rw Assist nt Cashier. IM TILIMA
i, I I wi convili
CAPITAik $100 00 erlor.:i ,t4kniniket, and a
These xtertilizers havciko sup i4,
Send for Catalogue fre ;, Vf

T B ANGE:: ,
7-FLORID, 11
A ; F 'U
Incorporated Rome-Agsocintion-of CoranKe rowers c b e i L l
4jjoedt Wly sol Depos tlp _Q 11 or marketing Florida FkWt
-C I eettons and General
best aovantage.-,AUTHORIZEDCjk-PITA-L,,$M 000
nankind BOX MATERIAL-The Exchange is Juily prepAred to suppli 6x& and pi per. on,- ,'
d6r_ Write for price list and, terms
R. FAIRBANKS President. GREENLEAF Vic -Preaftiont.,
"C' 0 R- R E R ON b,:E.N, C'E 1. NV1 7 E 01. ;
ThS 6 erill Mgr and Trew. --M.-P. TURNER becretary
Jk. Fairban IT111 Bradford N.- Dr
7-77" DIRECTORS-G-eo ratt,
-ke Co., D. Graoni6af,' Co.;
.M Hillsb )ro Co.; John FabyanLa -,V Criii h 61: ioqe, 0., Duval
A Cha Marvin, 'B M. Baer. Dir ,al Co.; A. Brady, Brova C. V.
john, L arv ni P. Campbell Co F. il. Sampson, Ma fonCo 111yer"
I yan Osceola Cr Stanton
'14 T. 7 W. Putnam-.Co.; M. Moreman' St
_:Baya,' Roby udge, R. B. Ar Co.; John At. Br
chlb Johns Co.; C. F. A., Bielby, Volusla Co.;.lryin Kock Polk C
B. Roger*_-. :W. M Davidson,, Address'01 correspondence to the Floil A FruR Exebanjr"Jaokson-vule, Fla,
1)D 4 ti
ytiotlon&,f ed on app ca, 914
oh E., Hartridli Vqth fulLpackiiig,.4jidshlppoinx inst Lir

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nerease. P I

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an PAD CARE rep
Al, Ftf= -il.6 -nem-pE6 p e uvedl ythe':0001(e:qom anyloT season
:j 9 publication in:existence. ...
ML r rma on t others
er nj6st SUCCe, fUl, bearing -orang -on, p
you e treea que
60MPLET E TRZATME dii th SS n and
UndAIA Florida: for INCR94 P -VRQ 7 T S. Sent free. of charge, Addr6as'
:and hammock,
No. 60 wes ,'Bay StP66t, TACKS0NV1Li;E,:fto: tjy SM% Ni e of-Si;id etc. ex-ve9sel at New Yoik, wf find it to their interest to address our offi6e at:No. i Bmadvinly, for quotations. Always stAte ifty desiredd. from New York. .......
quan qjflm:c lots

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''HILL .."XV IRS RIE U, Jud* ,
hl - fiia l arietfes of the Citr4q fCon jc a& nd Mo W r
taijLalisC dAescri 8 f Cho
Fanilik which we I e seeq.7- fiqmjv; diftr voe _"j
gr "' "a t sted 4
dVe gjj]5 c eeo lse*enteen &rk:-- We tarry- one of
-itL our,
At 0 'of 046
a es. 7
Ai aid [for circuleTs. Ad -1-im RC491, o-' a.
-Sunset., HIM,: Lai 3 In lrL
6 A. Willson.


Y-"! T'The FallowLand PloW. W 0.
r'. Mapqfqctured..expressly for use.in the light sandy lands of Floridao. Thi
o,% 4-nd
ft"gRES fop, 0 plow i N.cels, in turning Over an4.coveHqg-, weeds. and trash, in soft fjtt
6V&r farm' iilnow is no an', Cut ei in 6h 1- .,; --4 tste
1., .. 1''. '11 1 't t molaV6iid'
two- orse-stee pbin' or cas poin el'la side an
1 4 lVeighs fifty-one pounds. Re ai price.$7'.So. Giv&n with the pape
t 11 r one ye
Lg it
POTAS1 -igh _4,, o r de al.W&Y S for $5.50, or as a -rerriium for four nev 7 subscribers at $2.00 each.
t p
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_pqk, at JW' q
ors, W haye it to arrvr e.
Al Ir.
*916n? Mfie X e, n -le-ky, Tobac66 Sto Ay
i;6s A 8 0
Fr ue__( Co ems,
Ai, Cott Seed Me 4
Can&dil dd_,X Acid FhosphE
J Hiaed F1 ibrfj of:

ro E"
98, Per:Cent..' ustic.Seda Insecticide Material
sX. 3, !v

M i, D' dy Gar-aen Plow...,
This-Plo d allnost entiTEi y 6 iron; is verystrong, urAble
unds. T46 high w H bi d
ighlng only 22 po ,heel makesitof ve
T eof this, impleMen ma es pRing p ea sant and profitable.
W1 I a
man c ry raftaMran'S wor
-%n d k and the Work of a borsd W6',
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