Florida farmer & fruit grower

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Title:
Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title:
Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title:
Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title:
Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description:
29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
S. Powers
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 28, 1895
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID:
UF00055765:00366

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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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-: tee tm: ent of-Fro I ze n Orange TreeB.. Ived bohe FR (IT 0 ULTURE IN THE GULF
Ar t*6 -thirds its weight Of disso
,, :-Urove soo Ufflior-Farmer. and Fruit Growe I r.
or acid phoSphate will make -a fertilizer REGION,
Your experience in the freeze of
Editorial 'Notej 1886, given in the issu y pro ortioned, to the wants of
CLEAN OUT'TffE TRE e of the 5th inst. P Report of the Coninaittee, on Suj
TiME:TO, ES. correspond well with.mine. the orange; and thennitrogen, potash . I -,-' I -z
-,No.YK 1s-,'a good tirrie when the ab- -and"-phosphoric acid are robably
did not have a sin g-le tree- split, b- P BY A. HA1ANVl1LE-, CH
sence of the fol age reveals the inside y inoTereadily assimilable. than in
the freezei, nevertheless, few wer6. 01 a beforik e-AruericalfTqmolbgv,:
of the tree' clearly, to remove old d- d, her'form of-,'plant food, but being i. ,
killed and a: few died dow .Yk,o2,,tyr, '.'o'*' in s,.,.i6., n, SacramAnto,
snags, whic'-h are a harbor- to vermth th e ground.' The twigs were generally doubly concentrated.- should, be thor- ifo I rnia .1
, ,,:and, crossing limbs which fret each oughly. diffused by cultivation. At the twentv-first session-. of-tii e:
reen and there seenied no reason
otheraway, in a storm. A, good im- 9 Id not have pu Comparing, the nitrogen and potash American Porno-logical Society (Bosplem.eht. fourth purpose may be made and reclothed the trees, but the bark in crude nitrate of.potash.(95 Per cent. ton 1887), President Berckman
of a thin-bladed chisel. Remove -the at purity) with quantities of sul. ammo nounced that a committee on sub-trop-,
11' d' ubstitute a gradually dried down, down to de h,
lIan e an- s temporari nia and sul. potash (high grade) hold- ical fruits had been added to the,'
a or oilly jo spring. gut through, iadlike quantities of, nitrogen and s' di le
new onetenor twelve feet long.' Witli of the cc. 't
tan ng committee
thisailld a mallet one may stand on We may,, perhaps, account for this asb, little difference in -cost will be Since that time the Society has
the''ground and work without .%'-the actio I n by'supposing that the roots had f6und two regular biennial sessionsat, each,. .
-Iro Finallyprune only when the trees of which alreport- has been by
torture mthe thorns which cannot beconfe so chilled that their bair roots, I I I 11:
be avoided at'do e range or on a step- have come to a lively growth. Then the sub Lropicatconimittee 'pro-,
the real food' arid water absorbers
_lad er' tbe-wounds will usually heal over ceedings, as published for 1,889 and
which in evergreen trees, remain
ROGEN FROSTED TREES-. with
'Nit FOR '6r'less active during the winter, out dying back beyond the cut i8gi).
more
We should not hesitate to 'apply niwere mostly or wholly killed, and the and leaving bad scars. THE TWO SUB-TROPICAL:RE,,GIONS.,
ta e of.,soda. or, of potash to frost-bit- L. 1-1. ARMSTRONG.
trees that died bad not vitality enough St. Niclolas,_Fla; The territory cov. ered -'by this.: com
es-, s h t
teuvtir6 Ay two or t ree.poun s 0 t mittee lies with-in ,Too miles of the
left to brow out new feeding root
a:'Oee, from ten to fifteen years old, The Freeze ai Fort Meade. southern bo'undar line of the Unft d
without an y other fertilizer. Nitrogen 1. The I se I roots correspond to the, leaves, UdItor Farmer and Fruit Grower:, States, and is embraced in along, narin this case is what brand I read with pleasure your interesty is, to, a man and the freeze left the trees ompara- ing article on the result of your inves- row strip, stretching along this line
whwbits been thrown from a horse or tivel _dn.the condition of a man struck nearly 3,000 miles from point to poin t'
a lly ch'ille'd i i tigation into the damage done by the
it issimply stimulant
by lightning or drowned, all the organs late fre This strip is not sub-tropical throughfor momentary use. To make it im- eze and hope your estimate Of 75 gut its entire length, however, ahd it
m6diat I e I y, .. e I &ctive it should be dis- still perfect,. but the spark of life ha d per cent. total loss to lemon and pomelo is naturally and widely separated, into been. extinguished ; orit may.be, as is -trees may. turn out better than you solved. and sprinkled evenly under the -great divisions. The sub-tnjpWal
'0 hi often ';the' case, thait vitality car 'be re- 1i6w, thihk. I have a grove on take twotrele., f course t is is not to take the
edb q k, appropriate threat ent. Grosmen, seven mile's northeast of region which follows down the Pa _!" place of'a complete, fertilizer amon'th viv nic cific coast and passes t he head.6i the
N he question is what treat-, here, consisting Of 300 lemon
Of twd later,. evi 400 or- Gulf Of California, does not ri bthe
NV men i any, will r ive our stricken 4fige and ioo grape fruit trees just
lNDB]k'tAKS. -For'four kears the, oran New Mexican line; and the sub tropwriter h 's- been' !growing camphor g.6 trees, to stimulate and restore bearing. I went through the grove
a, ital action? I haveoften thought-since his ical region that follows the Gulf 'from,'
tre eas-a windbreak to his grove at morning, and was gratified to find o Mexico, stops
11 1 .1886 that perhaps the application of., ' all the Keys t shortat the"Lawtey expetinienting on the 'north-, P ihey were right. The orange trees
-w6sicorner, se I tting: out more from somequick acting nitrogenous fertli- are already budding out with new plains of Western Texas. Separated:
I , I , 1 1 1 1 ilizerlike nitrate of potash (saltpetre) by he_ and table, lands and elevated,
year, to year, as hey seemed to prove growth, and, my lemon and pomelo
ornitrate ofsoda, apound 0 r regions.of Western Texas a d:S,0uth-'.'
aicy the- row on the west side had -twOi trees' very little hurt, except some
h -cultivation o ern I New Mexico, which -forni,- the
Ain.the street, and as-the w ith a thoroug the of th small utside twigs. I feel
I , d- b.,f, Q gr might arouse the dormant tree backbor ,e of -the continent, wl
catt e provei Ao e on o the leaves ound 'lite certain that I sball have, an un- I 'Pere
frorp its sleep of death. It so the. best 4 1 r e crop crossed by our southern boundary, our ',
th6y' ,werc trimmed up about four feet usua ly la g from them the sub-tropical regions lie in two g
f way would be to sow the nitrate, leave coming season., I may state that I
high.. Tbe:y wereset our years.. ago men
it a few days for the dews to dissolve, fertilize my grove very largely with I ts, one at either end of this line.-: and 6ir'e 'b forced 'by very high, een, J then harrow the ground thorou hly, h and xcellent We have then, "the Sub-Tropical, Re-,'ith qq.w, d ips.: They all, 9 potas attribute the, e
fJtillzing w f hi
o ways to get. t e, chemical. evenly 'se, as the gion of-the Pacific,"' 1yi
perisheq Jn this -fireeze except four of. condition of my trees to its u
diffused-and diluted shaped, convex to the Western 06ean -',
three. or four in- C bw-penmd groves have generally
tlfp, s'trong es-i_,_0ri th,6.46rth',side, run7 ches deep, so that'the.acrid alkali will sufferedi particu I lar ly young groves. with its horns on the Golden Gate' ,n ,
ning east av-'t feet "
Gu_15,0- is, a row.n0i bjure rather than benefit the sick the Arizona line;'and, "the SdbTro ,"
pl nted two years,,-ag9.,: .-These were roots. I believe you are quite right in ica --G lf hk
I Region of: the U I ewlse
allowedlo"bratch' low and *er not stating.that the next crop will be as Gulf',Probably. nitrate of potash,, alth Ough large as the one just past, as. most of crescents shaped, concave to-AlI6, quite so highly -forced,_d Ough, they OF Mexico and, extenditig'frQm'-'Cap'e.' ,,
have'made I a- I finq__'gr-p-wth. 'The5qq costing a little :more, proportionately the bearing, trees in this locality are
re Sable-to theRio Grande.
than nitrate of soda would be- more uninjured, excepting the loss of leaves a'Ji-, righ e.Nc6t one, which, ]possibly ac ep able:- and- nourishing to the THE TWO COMMITTEES.
mayDOt l)Ull throuoh. and some small branches.
trde&- Crudei nitra e-of potash-,co8t: ;, ,i _. I 1 1, d-,,impr,
This or thwest. corner is a wind W. A. EVANS.
y ab6 i.,$qo per ton and' contai ns,-4 ;Fo4 Meade, Fla. include in one- re0ort these two dis-'.-spdt-and is al*dys hard mt.: From in t' d remote divisions df 16fir Su b ', d
S pencent. of nitrogen with 44.20
thi and dther' seis fheimes h After the freeze business began.in
qa.u, ere ceu t of'potash. Nitrate of soda costs tropical country;' therefore the Pacifiwere somewbat -weak. In, the first earnest, -very few of our farmers had
'b a.ton., a d rates, say
second r'oWs A out twenty tr about $50. 5-Y region has been allotted* tothewest
ees ground their c ne or shipped th
an'd' -per, a. eirt of nit.rogen, with- over 3 5 section of :the committee; nam ly'-,'
are-kill '&t6%Ae 'ground excieptthat, fruit, consequently the new year Frank A. Kimball- Ch-as., E. N ad"
C 21.eolf so&. -,The latter'is notyalued
on. e eds't opened up with regular rush' of busiA i"nd south gides 4 Some of
'ferti and Milton Thomas, all of CziliforDia-T 'L, -'
,them thereaxe strips-of live bark ness. Most.of the farmers suceeed(d
r.un7 Gulf region'to theeastcrn s
Jnthis part of the. State the dead
ning up, tt o pr, threeje et This is in, working.up theircane before it f the committee, nAmel L
foliage still clings firmly to.'the: twigs. tion o y yrnan ,,,,
Q e es Spoiled... The syrugbowever, isnot Phelps, Jas. A. Harris, W S. Hart -'H --'
about nine per., cent. ft e,tr of.the This 1.-reg, rd asau un favor symp-A ,,, r -, I I able
grove, -dl .'of-,which'at6 of A bearing as good a qua' lity as it otherwise would S. Williams and the chairman
ton. If they would slough off prompt'e o t em, are, unhurtexTh t f 'he have been. Fortunately for the fruit Flo ida. As the Pacifi6od''i'vAsion- h- s t
l t -_ b- .; y like dead flesh in, a human sore,'
-cept in the sma wigs, w ich will die growers a firm in Burlington, Obi
iO, been, herdtofore, unrepresen ed'bef6rel..,
the indication would be that circula- thinks they can use frozen fruit, and -Society in the -reports-ofth b' rJess 'a 6ordi q ihe the
re. 0 ng, t egun again. e
tionan&recover rhad,
= we have from t'fi* y are paying 50 c ts per box advance on
an Perhaps simply working t e ground, tropical committee, a full;Jnitialre,
_,"#cre, theri, we have b g carload lots.
: Largo Jtem, in Tampa
a grove in t e, ig port by the California section Will
-, ; -help-much-,
ex"trere nort inj,, t 0 orange Tribune.
hern I -n supposing
The foregoing is writte especial appropriateness at Ahe, SoLe2 .
a
which "with' good wind break e^y expects to ty's first 6 st
c. -,.- -- -- -,; that grove have :been,' not ,,long' be., Superintendent Harv meeting on this
'on !he northwest-cornpr,. wouldn't 46
1, I ;, (It'shoulc e mentave re the ffeeze,'suitably fertilized witfi: save rboo of. the largest trees onthe b lofied here t1h4 i
b i h h'
een e amou nto te n in potashl
yrt, iniktum well proportioned Manatee -Lemon. Company's grove.--' two places'on the Calitbrbia'section oU ,,'d6llaxs.
Manatee River journal. the co M mittee have beeh' mad
Phosphorus and riftrogen. If such is _e vacant)
M. B, Holly, picked his by death since the present committe6-,
grape fruit iibVffie case a large quant'ity"' dU hi- Hundreds of acres of; land are beiii
an' buried it bef snap,, q 9 sodaj, 4pp J t Planted, in Vish potatoes, beans and was appointed.)
d ore the 'trat f lied -now wi 4plu
iud.r ow,,has, a fine lot It ihe other two' will. tend 16: rod' 6j other early vegetables aro nd Palatka, THE REPO
-AIA4 Coi ;soft unfruitful wood upon which the farmer's and: truckers The session of the So
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Foi be4w*W oranige tre". k r bearUnv ordnge, tree8. For young oranve tr"8 Vegetable e4ttlU".
Tnynonia ................ 4 to 5 per cent. Ammonia ....... ... 3 to 4 per cent. Ammonia ................ 6 to 6 per cent. Ammonia ................ 5 to 6p rcen
Avail pbos. acid.. 6 to 8 Avail phos. acid ........ 6 to 8
-.Avail phos.acid ........ 8 to 10 Avail phos. acid ..... ... 7 to 8 2to 4
-Inso phos. a rnsol hos. Eteid ........ 2 to 3 Insol ghos acid 2 t, 3 Insol phos. acid ........
cid ........ 2to 3 1. 3 to 4 9 to -10
F&a8 h K20 10 to 12 Potus K20 ............ 11 to 16 Potas K20.. Potash K20 .. .....
489,,P r ton. 434perton. perton.
$37.perton.,
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:the lower South to the great markets tion.,of -pomology in the Gulf coast, Alon as to varieties has to be made for PERNICIOUS EFFECT OF NORTHERN
of-the country, where they find ready sub-tropi6al region of tl e Un"ited sections but. a comparatively short VARIETIES
sale at prices that axe very remunera- States. distance apart and in the same latiWith the Gulf coast country rac
tive to the grower. in addition to. -the tude. y p
cally debarred by nature from co
LeConte. d Kieffer, the Smith and Dr. Price's Cream E;aklng Powder On the high-lands of northwestern equality with more northern sectionsl,, ,.
Garber are being extensively planted. Most Piprfoqt Made,. Florida, and southern Alabama, the
9gion these Oriental pears in the prcduction. of certain varietie
Elberta is dernonstrating'its adapta'For this r Peach Culture in the Gulf Region. that have become well-established, and,-'
:'Ar- graftea upon LeConte or Japan bility as a money maker, while two,
valuable in those more: northern sec.
pear stocks, as the stocks' ordinarily hundred miles farther east, in the with nursery
BY G. L. TABER. tions, and men- (andth
A:rsed in other parts of the country do same.range of latitude, in a section
ca paper -read before the American Pomologi ubiquitous tree agent) naturally try7J6t-succeea. Upon the LeCont or, ty, now.in session in Sacramento, Cal' also welladapted to peache to dispose of the varieties suited
'Japan st6ckj however,. they are per- fornia.] e riety does not succeed at all.
fectlyjadapted,,.andit will- require but For many years th.e.centre of th In all secti totheir own mqre northern -local
the only ones they grow, orAnJact
a, few -yearg to develop the pear indus- peacb-growing industry of the United consideration wbere late spring frosts have demand for, -is it stran h
f thi e qtipp intovery large pro- States has been steadily wDrking South- are ot common, improved, varieties ge.,t at'so
us, s I f 11 11 1 1, R .1 I If I - -11, -,
ward, and within the past decade new large a peicentage: o the plTantin'u,
Tortions. of the Peento and Honey types are
the Gulf orch.ards, have been planted on an ex- quite certain; and for the most south- results in failure, and-that the-pornol,.The -paper on "Peaches in ogy of this is so largely4or. Region, -prepared, for, the session by tensive scale in sections -that, twenty e,,rn range Of this vast territor st area
y varie
aber -of Florida, deals with years ago, were. unsuspected of an f the Peento type are undoubted- niatve, in peaches as well ds 'Other
f fruits? rhe writer thinks not.
--thKfruit.so' fullythat further mention' .'special adaptabilityto the growing o ly-the ones to plant. A little- farther If the pomologists of the Gulfcoa f'this luscious fruit. north,'but also in this same Gulf rebprpJs.,uJ1necessary. country work in commonfor the ilitfol,
Prom time immemorial scattering gion, certain varieties of the Honey Quite, -A? number :of the. Japanese. peachesCsee dliDgS have been, grown type I are still adapted, as well as of ductionj production, testing And.dis'
1 ms succeed in the lower, South.- throughout the Gulf 'region, :man I y of the old "Spanish" type (which pro- semination of varieties suited to:. he
Further experience- with this fruit in, requirem di&'
w fiic'h have done well, proven long-' duced most of the varieties upon ents of the rent ecti6n
ture is. necesary -however, of this vast I And pomologically 4istifict,,
orchaid- cul lived (often' uinder' adverse circum- which the traditions above-alluded to'
-profit- region, Inay not the results be
to deterniihewith certainty its stances), an produced fruit of as, goO& were founded). Yet farther north as great
ableness As"compared with other fruits, but still in -the same Gulf region, anj and of as. vast ;mportahoet ih 146r
an averagequality as could be depend I
as'W.ell -as to-determin6 the compara- d ticulture of the Gulf 'coast count'ry,.as,,.S
ed upon from seedlings anywere. But in some places running down into an
tivevalife of 7the di ent sorts.56r as'for commercial orchards of bud8ed 6verla' ing I the intermed iate I section any yelt, achieved for any equally large pp territory anywhere? The writer-thifik
The 1atfew years have served to s
varieties adapted to the Gulf coast Another tvpe succeeds, a type somet h ut 'the nomenclature' Of there wer practically none in times called the ,North they, may.and will.,
raig ten o country e ern Chinese,
the'' kaki in&, to determine the existence twenty.years a o. with the' Chinese Cling as'the original 7 --------- .- 11 oll .9 1
f tbe' varieties for
compare ive va ue o OLD SEEDLINGS. and Elberta, General Lee and others Pineapples on, La e Worth. ';
1- tuiL 'There isinb -difficulgenera cil Nearly every section of the strip of a, improved re Here Mr W. F. Armstrong, manage
ty in produ-1 i6ng the fn I ut, in berfectlbh, presentatives.
country paralleling the coast from also Alexander, Jessie Kerr, Mounis really ,g_ qvery. the Windella plantation, writes'- to th e-,
it Ives tdin Rose, Foster, etc., are more or
where. 'But if is still a somewhat un- Cedar Keys to Cgrpus Chrip. Tropical Sun.: Here,' oni Lak e 'ofth,_ --,
tending some., distance inland, contri- less adapted.
6ertairt quaYffity ih:ma'r'ke-t A -most CL AS SIFICATION IN PROGR I ESS. the thermometers registered'!' 51' .and
butes to the fruit lore of the Gulf re-' o, according to the exposurej and
jj-aif tb.th6ge *' oknowit 26
delectable n from At least two of the State societies of
it,"i 'S IV a hether' "the gion traditio, s of peaches grown the water in the budslof the pineswas,'
ti .'qWt ion w this G' 'd1i ot
seed, so.-superior, the "oldest inhabi- ulf coast region are actively at froert solid, but the ice d aff6btj
trade" can"be induced to! I 'take,, hold
of"it And-; I Y b th r it can 'be- ; intro- taut" tells us,, by-way of comparison, work upon -fruit catalogues,, using a the heart of the plants. The, -redf
that.our.Javan se, Peento.,and. its de- system of starring for the different- ng-, of thel
du jury was caused by the freezi
ced tothe fruit l6versof die" councendants,- Downing!& Honey And its, sections, after the plan. in vogue with leaves, which were full 6f sapi ifi'a'wa-y'to-.br1 n-g- abod t, its ,gene r- -S
..try offspring, the Chinese:.,Cling And -its. -the. American Pomological Society, Most all the suckers on plants- that-'
6- ion.
,nlfc, msupt*,
propny (including. the: far-famed: and:these catalogues will doubtless do fruited last yeari that were off of "ille Save a-fe-w'orange trees, out' New
Elbert orthy to be men to:bring order but fl rthless, as th
ugfistine, rui cu -t a), -are not w of chaos. ground, wi 2 bewo ey wereOrleans 'and-St. : A' ; 1-ti .. tione&'.in the same breath. Every The joint meeting, announced for plants'that ha& ',
iiir&'inA6 -6 u-therfi- coast exposed more.. All
new ii -is-,but a"few Yeats back--to'the progressive horticulturist, has learned. J896, of the Texas and Florida- State not co e ring are
that such :traditions. are;:by -no means I -Horticultural Societies, augmented, it uninjured, and;already are ghowinkq ,'.
6 a p-preciate the pro- d
mon. They prevail inall parts is. hoped, by the State societies an signs of fruiting. The, inner, eaves ress recent. thi : shquId uncom
-9 years, nAivid6al horticulturists of the inter-,
-:"' .1 Of our. country and, with all. kinds of are openin ar6 flusheia wiiia
be borhe iff, mind.. In ':6oncluding fruit g up and
e carcely fail
this brief review, puqaps there is' And though always tp,,,be takefi' v ning coast region, can, E red and the crown of the
cum 2-rano salis. they are: not witbout to materially aid in bringing about the f Ing ruit is visible in r any-' f thd,b&tter way of emphasizing this' 'pr' I I I 1 11.1. 4',
value, as showing the adaptability of desired result of properly listing the, plants. 7:
gr'es than'oy poi4ing'- uf Abe fa6t ; I I 1
given fruits togivensectiox s, althoughfdifferent varieties for the differeii 11 1 I t The growers on take Worth
that, two of 'I often times many years of ex sections. I - T1 -,.._State'horticultukdl' societies in this much encouraged, and beli-eve t
'd careful testing are unnecessary r-"
ng an PARAMOUNT IMPORTANC9 OF ADAPTAtobii ---found in _h' there will be a 7 5 or 8o per cen crop,;,
coun ry are _t is ter
to determine the particular va ieties BILITY. this'season from the southern 'tl
th in. r pqr on
n -o e 6t her that are par eiecellence, the ones. for,
'Florida that ., tb i -e_ The matter of adaptability is,. in the of the pineapple belt. We can not
h qqality Vigor,'fruitfulness-in a. word, writer's opinion, of such transcend_ tell yet if the fruit will be large of"
these States, will l3ublish in 't e next
i ggs a' ca I alo g I ue for pr6fit. po
ent im i rtance, that everything else, small, but, there is a pos sibility thaf,. ,, volume of it's.,proceedi
40 e fruitS'of its State-, modelled a:f' VARIETIES even cultivation, dwarfs into insignifi the crop of slips will be small.
i& the gr6a 'f'th6 rheriL subkei-8 ar i '
Ccatalogue 'o The, varieties of:%peaches that cah cance beside it. Not that I would The plauts on which
-Pomoll ogic that be'profitably grown in the: Gulf coasi unde ratd the importance of cultiva-. killed, still have Vi theii
eSe 'two SOCietiegi acting jointly,' region. r&j for. the n ost part, quite tion. By no means. Cultivation is roots and will'at onc&'begin h I 0 iti ulturists of All di'titct ft6m those that wo r ttoo
-'in'vite.- d the' h 5 uld be s of the first importance, if the variety up new suckers and a ns, ,O hich ,,
the Gulf coast CO'unAr'y,_ a-rad'thp mem- lec'ted I for a comme'rcial: orchard- in islaidApted, but unless the variety is will bear next year.
P .- I 1 1 1
-bers of t 6 American omolo**461 Sb2 any -one e g no consequence what- O*f the fancy varieties the AbbaU
o th older p6ach- rowing, a ape as
join,, nex year dnl States: to the north of us; and'not Only se7to'cultivate a fruit have demonstrated that- they Are f
Organization' de vot' t iis', but som etime-s radical distiiic I tree, that wilt notbear ? s and thri ty, growers.:
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possible fr6m 'Yveeds b t the: f ,ON throat -and, into: its'; craw.
d lihn is one e. pressure o a P'OP-U POULTRY FAR
the vines should.,'hoi dled--l'W'. Thi d th f feV6 LA R
more than pties the contents of the receptacle
'."diisturbed" an necessary em
"after -they, begin"to run- Assoon as' into the fowl, and it settles down toi RKA. FL_!CIk OX.
seven or eight'Inplon h' set we -ad restj Aigest a'& rovv fat; until meal' s ave n g 0 1 pini I onof thePress..
4ise pinc Gff'411 other bloom and time rolls round again. The fowls do
end ndly to this method of The Vice-Presideat of the Florida Poultry As,,
th s2'6f 16 irines__ This throws not take ki
sociation and editor of the South FJorida Hotae,.
,,,all strength inthe' melons already set, feeding at first, but after a day or two makes the fbllowin comments on the exhibit-"
at South Florida Fair:
1'1 making earlier and larger -melonsi., of it they seem to relish its no velty The next In order comes the Po ular Pon I It I ry Z.
Experienced growers ,can usuAlW and luxury: and begin to crow and p
tell by the ap f cackl in anticipa.tion as 'soon a'sthe Farm, Apqykai S. S. Detanoy, proprietor *itli
,pepxance q 1 64 tiej #i ch of LangshansIndian &ines,
W e ams and Black Minorcas--and our
to its inatur ty j7he intexperipric6d feeding apparatw3 is brought into use." hite L
can best teilb W6 &er sia6 of the better trios were seldom seen. The rbdlaj .'.
tact with Description of Oareasses. Gaines were the best we have ever seen' V Ud
melon w10:6 cones in con Indian Game and Light Brahma. easily won the blue cardi -as did the White: Leg-,
the earth. If the skin is too hard to
horns and minorcas. The Langshans ought W' :
become 6 d'I dented with the Cockerel.-Full breast and heavy i y in have had the first, but throu h an oversig, t o
- _finger n the melon. is ripe' We thighs; very"yellow shanks. Flesh, the judge it was given to A pair that I were di s
fi tid that. the drying up of the: "cul" light colored; skin, fine and yellow; qualified.
OP I p osite the melon, is entirely unre- fat, evenly distributed. Legs arid The abovej coming from. a breeder of ex n
FWWWWWO ence, is worth the on of all who co,=.,,
liable as asign of ripeness. rieck too long- i 1- plate the-purchase of fowls or ego.
Pullet.-Very round-bodied, and send'stamp for catalogue.
"insh ppirig. Northdo not ship. less:
very plurrip in breast and rump. Fat,
-.'ihqn, ts.,- The,,melons should be
evenly. and solidly packed. Handle evenly distributed; skin, fine and yel.
as, carefully as possible to.avoid bruis- low; flesh, light colored. Finest carCass of all
ing.
of melons.for local Indian Game and Houdan. Cock- S1000
m; irketi -th6% -same general cultivation, erel. Plump breast, good thighs and
is uecessaKy. .- Most..of the Southern, rump; -white skin, and,, bluish flesh, DANDY BONE CUTTER,',,
mark1efs -cannot handle round melons Considerable "'flesh -on back. Fat, Sold for the low price of Y
of any:yariety.exceptjhe Jones white and even; legs, flesh-colored
I The I _2 -rEN bOLL.ARS -r. 0. b-ap.
bestsett er4,are the Rattlesnake d With fifth to6.
Flor-_ ullet.-Legs, -dark;. fat yellow; it is strong and well-made, and easy t o operate
JdaXavorite, Seminole. Pinching-off P autoinatic feed. 7
jlie, 4nds of the vines is necessaryAn skin, fine-grained' and tender; flesh, C i)CUIARS F"Ll.
horlite-market. culture..,: bluish, like atuikey.,
-Last-year a new melon. was intro-. Indian Gam'e and Golden Wyan- A. J. ALDRICH, Agent for Florida
Box 4-93, Orlando,
dd'cedz whick We believe.,will take th& dott6. Cddkerel. Breast and thighs % _.
as a shipping varie fairly Plump. itimp, full; legs- and skin 300 Acres In Nursery. One Acre Under Glass,. Thirty-Seventh lilea ''fer to th llo*; fat, y6lbw; dark pin feathers..
ty xe e, Lagonda, which Ye
combibes.perfect shipping, andeating ther long i.fi'1 9-'
qualities -H. G Hastings in Florida Pullet.-Mu ch smaller in size than S ecially adapted to Plorida andsub-tro
thighs Oricntal Plunis and Pears, Japan Persimmons,
cockeiel. Breast and FRUIT TREES Peach
StraNvierries,. Guavas, GiantLoqnat. etc,, etc. ii re Coniftrs and Broad4eaved Evergreens Camel-~ and of good color; skin, very yellow; nd Grown Roq3 s.,
lias, Azaleas, Soooo Palms, 20,Ono atnphor Trees, Hedge Plants, Open Grou The, Creeir House Department is-pornplete in plants of every class suited to Southern HorticWturi. C.t_1 fat, yellow; shanks, dark, and feet BERCKMANS, Fruitland Nurseries, Augusta, Ga.
alogu s.free., Address P. Ji
poultrv ellow. No Agents.
Indian Game and Buff Cochin.
6',.DeL"0Y,, Apopka, Fla. Pullet._-Bredst and thighs plump; fat, Rather sharp in breast; not so yel- Game 1 6ns or Light Brahma hens. li', ver-y.y6llow, and unevenly distributed; low,,;, skin, c9ars( ; pin feathers show; found, that Indian Games, an& h oss s were harder to
t Iled, kin, rathe'r coarsei,: and Very yellow'; legs, fine yellow., t eir cr te b j Stirfling. luc
A. Ba timore.papor gives an account shanks, very yellow. Houdan and Partridge Cochin. difficult to, caponiz
of an e s I a'blishment hear th t .1, city White Wyandotteand Light Brah- Plump I badiefa nd 'tender.; flesh, blu- anyothero I f the cro'sses.
ere, af a.-certain season, tho'usands. ma. Cockerel=More angular, than the isili ;Aegs, li- lit and black. As half the stock' reared on an, ,egg
9
fowl-s' are fattene 'hers. Less flesh on bieast an judges vet- farm will be cockerels, which should
'0 d bya processof Ot & The opinion of poultry 3 1 . it
artifi6al stu ng which ri2akes ihem. :body; flesh goodOi6r- skin fine andleran-breeders, and marketmen, was be marketed at, the toaster g ,,as'th&',
li6tter tl:i n c,'apons, their nieatbeing, good colorj shanks,'yellcw; fat uneven. ;,Sought as. to the.re.lative value of the hens (according to the best. authori-.,
Mi c more tender and Juicy, ihih that so wide irf breast. or different crosses for table purposes, as ties) should also, to the most
of ordinar ,. f6wls. Eachbird 'i- C n full in-: flesh as some others-. Flesh, ishown by these specimens. They profitable results, -be marketed After', fiiied,, ingl I anks;' unariimously pronounced the Indian their first season's taying, and before
:y inacage not., arge fine grained, of good color-- sh
. 1, 1 po
for it to turn.arbiltid' in, kept. in astate yellow; fat,, uneven; skin, light yeflo, Game a djight Brahrna cross pullet they commence to moult, it will'beI.., I seen that marketable qualities, as well'
of semi-darkness, an e _.(Crammecl) very fine grained And: handsome. A 'the finest carcass. The finest cock
ur, times a ( ay-They are 'oftenmade fine carcass, evidently second or third 'erel was also of this cross. The White as hardiness may pot be eyeii'sec -,,
eir weig t in t Wyandotte and Indian Game pullet ondary to thp greatest. eggprod, ciug,., ,
to _d6tbleith'" h i :wo -W.eeks:, best; f,
"Runni n .., along in front of'..-,these WhiteWyandotteand Indian Game, was I pronounced second best by most, qualities, in stock kept for eggpro duc7__1
,ges, whichJ4 their. occtipants.as if 'Cockerel.-Body smaller.and narrow- ana the White Wyandotte and Light tion.
_theyhkll eebi' e_ to. border isa trol2 ,er than Indian, Game and. Light Brall-, Brahma pullet about as fine. An InTHE IMPROVE.0
1 up near,.tbe ceiling,. cro butnot so leggy. Rump, ;.dian Game and Goiden Wyandotte
an from this. is .,suspen ed the f6ed- ;plump' flesh light colored- skin of a Cockerel was considered second best
V
--ing. -apparatus, .,proper. It may, by. Ene yellow, -but coarse in p, aces.;, legs. Cockerel, and the Dorking and Dark INCUE
means of weig h, b.- and tat v 9'ATOR'
ts, eputatatiyheight, ery yellow. Brahma third. -beachick -,
aridmay be mo ve'd !long fhe trolley i I Pullet. Smaller. Breast very The judging was in accordance with Absolutely he1f.re,1da1ggt-,_,
The, simplest, moat, rel e,,,
track'fromone end ofthe building to 'phimp and round, but not so wide., the popular demand'for yellow r-oul- dcheapostilrst-dam Hatcher
0, Inthemarket, Clrmlarsfffio.; L4N
the other,, thus enabling the feede"r 'to liess rump, skin,'. fine, ter. der andlyel- try. If these birds ha'd been cooked 4 GBO. TBL& VO,_ Qil" put his inkthine i front i f y Ce ow. Probably n brought. to th
an 11 he, Aow;faf, yell seco d best alik(. e table and tested The most Modern Method,.
may wish pullet. by the same partiei for the finest Ifo would ratherbe a stragglerjhan'*u -,
The f6d4,,,:, form'of.soff; mush Silver Grayi Dorking and Dar k, flavor a d the tenderestand most juicy cess ul i the poultry busftiess you &ve
ably no interest in the Ertel ImprovedVictorju,-_, ,
is put in 'a reservoir holding a 'Zgalloii Brahma..-L41esh full, white- or pink' flesh, the verdict might or might not. cubator or Brooder.
6r more. L -From the' bo"ttom of ihe, isoft'a;rid' tender, skin, fine, and pearly, bav e been in favor of. the white or The Viewr incubator has a great in its favor that when mentioned can. rea lybt'z _',
reservoirt e f66d'runi throughaxub-f hit6-fat light'colored- bi6astlong black legged, and white or blue appreciated. Its tank, heater and flues areall' 'L
4 [w ) I I I I r. Its wocdwo lc is handsome abd '
-66r',tube Iiii6.an6ther rece taclp, the Silver Duckwing Game, and.. Doik fleshed specimens of the DorkiDg or 0 coPPe strong. It is absolutely self-re ulatin A lood
understanding ofits inechanism. can ga ped,
capacity 4, which Is reguilate&:,by a -ing, Cockerel. Solid body; fleslibluish Houdan crosses.
from the aliove illuAration.
scfew, According' Ao the, ext6nt"6f the legs,_ flesh. colored.' ; : judging from these experiments, the Usually from ga to ioo per cent. of the fertile '114
Ideal '01 f s. at that, u -Breast, plump andte'tider raiser -of market poultrywill not make eggs are hatched Nvith the Victor.
bb7 given to'the owl- P 116t.Ls
Not only have the Geo. ] rtel Co. provided for
!tat, light yellow and-'evenly Aistribai, a mistake if he cr sses Indian Game the hatching of chicks but for their subsequent pecial" feeding. Frdm-'the second recoddling. Their linp roved Victor. Brooder ixiis':
protrudes a,7,tintubA6abo!at )66dl, flesh, bluisli; -skin fin, e; legg ,' cockerels or cocks on Light Brahma I f r its purpose s8 the Victorl[ncubalor,, 41,, ',
inches long'a nd I as t i'k 1; ens, or On any v ariety exce, eirt 01
c a lead vill h of Wyandotte A complete and interesting catalogue
is will be sent free upon App116ad6d, t
is"thrust down-I Pl mout RoCk andBuff Cochin. 1hens, or Wyandotte m Ertel Co.. Quincy, In.
.6661, arid-.tWis tube ales on Indian ET-duc




41B FLIDA FARMR A" FRU.IT-,-.GR WERs-Who bear their burden's and- possess
ato, ew od
S. Our ural Ho e.
the souls inpati6nce.
k4lihest Mon6rs-Worlds Fiairv'
Thanks are due' Mr. Schnadelb ch'
rawing an average frona tne eight
Edited by MINNIE GILMORE MILLS, for a fine lot of strawberry plants, orig-' -D1RV1__.__,
Trip'nths.of which We, are..informed, we,
St. Th6mas. Fla. inated byhimself. 'My. ub seer! ends
can state upon a very:sure basis of calAt t he shipments of fruit ger b aid -6 be A 37
culation th can no lon e s t u nown
Aa eg6tables from Frosted Flowers. ones. Shall report on these plants in
Manatee county
due time.
for Had I been able to look aft a
JF894 aggregated 2.58,000 crates. er them
In reply to s mequeries: Yes; I have
Journal. immediately, I believe inemighthave
been saved many of them, foliage s ed of, Florida et pea. Crotal rorn present appearances it is our d will s d a dozen or -in ore .
h next year thefe,, w and all as. I have several times done- r6tusa), an 1 en, C J
-,judgment t it ill -be on receipt of stamped Eelt-addressed
in the North, by deluging freely with
'at i7east a half crop of orang-6s in this s ame
cold wateri and for several days keep- envelope and five cents. At section, unless there should be severe rate will send seed of a fine brilliant
ing them in a cool place (the ealfest,
wekther later- in the season. Trees scarlet canna and C.'Flaccida, yellow. B A N N fii
thing to do just then). But they were
that-have bem subjected to the cold Have many varieties of seeds.
will ii.e6d A little exir n the MINNiF G. MILLS.
not attended to for two weeks, except P 0
spring. -Daytona News. to be hustled into a corner, out of
Between fifty and one hundred cars si ht, and, so far as possible, out, Of brange Blossoms in the Riviera.
mind. On the Riviera in the month of.May MOSTPERFECT MADE:.
4ftb'en rui, were shipped'froPi ,I)e- In due time I I found a few were A pure Grape Cream of Tartar P 64dei. Fr ee
Zan-d this week, mostly by the buyers when the orange trees bloom, says a
frornAmmonia, Alum or any oth&ad lth
.-and solicitors. These.parties agreed green in the stalks near the root, so I correspondent of the California Bulle- 40 YEARS THE S cut back branches, ruthlessly ; then tin,.every man and woman, boy and TANRARD.
ith the growbrs'that they would stand
mined off withered leaves
t1le-exp6bse of picking, packing and tri train girl, no matter wbA he or she has- bee n
amaryllis and other bulbs, repotted bubbling. syrup. You draw 'yo r'
freight rates, guaranteeing that no ex- doing, picks flowers from thirty to U I I
them, set all live -or, q1e, tbirty-five days or until the season breath as a shower of fresh petals',..is:
pense should come back on the grower survive or p awq ) 1S -1 -a
erisl to My finest pot our6d', into the- boiling syrup An
in i e e, ent the at k t over. The smaller villages are, de- fruit 9 into:mar e den spoon,
in ba&" plant, a thrifty hydrangea paniculatA serted during the day time-their in- stirred around with a woo
Order and not selling for enough
raDdiffora, looked too forlorn. The habitats are all up the t' es molikey like aii'or-dinarv jarn When boiling to pa said expenses "DeLand Rec 9 re
y to a certain point- the whole kettle. i
aid.. leaves that had been larger than aman's fashion. s
hand, thick, green, wakyj now, were removed from the fire, and its con
oi several months past the train The environs of Cannes and Grasse tents, w ci
sere and, brown; but finding the root alone furnish goo tons annually' of bich one Would never-suspe
hands -on -a of being flowers, -are stirred 'until hei-the G inesville, Rocky Point seemed to have some life, I gave it,-the orange blossoms to the perfumery facand Micanow Railroad have -observed same heroic treatment:the rest received to su#tr is dry., The :next process
ries. The essence made from the
argeballs of prairie grass near the cutting back severely and it is already orange blossoms is called iieroli, makes you quake.for the; once delicate::
track.wbich. have been wadded almost putting forth a new shoot. Hydran- which takes one kilo of. flowe- leavm They are spread en:masse on: ts to
as, cornpac as. an ordinary yarn -ball. a marble slab and rolle& outlikegeas grow slowly, so it will be a long every gramme, and is valued at from Pke,
All have. wondered 'what purpose they time before it is the thing of beauty it crust. If it be orange blossoms IhA ."
-served, and the mystery was not solved 400,to 6oo francs a kilo. AS th ere
was before the North wind's visit, yet r ate under treatinent 'they'-gra ua y
mntil'ihe other day, when the sun was are one thousand g ammes in a kilo
I am thankful for ilt, as it is. Bry- is pass; price. 5eparate themselves from, the s4i
-s-hining.- Nearly every -ball was cov- to justify this, garophyllum, (leaf plant), was dead 'to Neroli is exported to America -and to, nd when sifted and thor6uglily., 'd 4 ry, on. top y uge moccasin sna 00
qc are tly, but it t look remarkably like the fresh peva
"d- b h kes. the groun d, app n s
all parts of Europe. The city of ColUion-A closer eyarnination itwas found be ins to regain, at least, semi can- After black coffee they are consideredz
9 ogne is said to order 6oooo francs
-,_J at eb balVof grass contained a nest usness. Being a curiosity in its worth of the pr I ecious oil. a great delicacy and aid.to digestion.
!.-,bf" sriAkes, Which -had, made, their way way of propagating itself from the Almost every small proprietor wh o "The separating of the rose leaves,
to the top by means of, a small hole.- leaf I prize -it, though mine had not can count twenty I or thirty orange, the confectioner will tell you-Js theiainesvill blos' work inhis pains ing
somed. My most tedious
eSun. geraniums were past trees on his terraces buys a retort and
Hall, a wealthy-'Bos- resuscitating, and were pitched ov business. Each individual leaf 'must
er distills enough of his orange.blossoms
,- --tanianl has'afine planv tio n which he the fence in a hurry his s car- be picked out from the sugar,: And'.
_"l a y' bought eleven miles to make a little neroli. T Thg
tel north of A cou'rageous bulb )isethe Chinese ried to one of the many factories at smoothed into its original form.
TallalIassee. Mr. 11all lids lanted and Grasse and exchanged for several bun- cohf ctloner begins -in-, February Arid
p sacred lily. As soon as the che s' daint I -su ies I
o;pecan trees, 125 peach, which contains them had been. Pi fil r -le 'March to lay in hi'
e led dred francs. 'A wooden
tr 0; 10 1 p lum', 4 'Satsutiias, 6o po I me- for the :coming winter c
with water, for it Was almost empty .:peasant near us liked to have us qorne ,-_granates, gtape fruit, camphor plants, !Violets. Next c6nie the Ora an
when I found it, they Went to grow- 'in and sniff appreciatively at 7his ne- I 1. 1,~ 1
English -and Japan w alnuts, im- )se petals. Crystiiiie:d str&, ies
Ing with all their might, as if to make -roli, and we like 'to see him chuckle rc are done.iD a es me
,.pqited olives' Sfrawiberrjes, grapes, up for the lost tim May, t i
V, e when they were, Affectionately over his bottles of gold n
ex- flowers. Then fallow the.fr its'k"thb.
c: I From this,, list, of varieties he, the mo
imbedded for twenty7fOur hours in a ce at the thoughts of re
ei;t .,to h I ave fruit and nuts every essen mOntAs bring- them, each' fruit'-to'be'.'
cake of ice. As. if by a, miracle sev- solid gold they represent. ni in t e year. The past,,,a s a n put'& ough a:distinctive process And
eral cactus, plants escaped, njury, Another prominent. industry in Le on th6-pla6e 6 laid aWay in qrup until the:viin er.
"j ere Avere, bou ed oo, among them cereus grandiflora. f,
'Caunet, says the, same correspondent,
r ,b-dshels of'sweet potatoes, 8oo bushels "t ey' are then glace andTeady.'
there is much satisfaction in ever-. -is, the manufacture of fruit glace, that
-over 'a thousand bushels 'of for sale and exportation to All paiis,61
green vines, and ere long I shall, have: is confections from fruits and flowers, 'France. The Parisians are p ic
corn, an I h y an art lirm
"A. 'a d'fodder sufficient them blooming with Cherokee atd The correspondent, touching on thisT
-ly fond of these fiuits confitg. e rov,T fourth stock, besides. the minor crops. Marecbal Neil roses. I
of ence. The-round, tran'i'
A Dew and valued correspondent '"Follow a woman with a basket sparent me
ans weighing All the way, from wo'.
p E vib V 6at6faift,'-a xec'e'n't tells me she felt the loss of her house iirticularly waxy orange blossoms,
d e the e I th
P, to twenty poun S, ar r A efs
e ction plants almost as much as her husband or a basket. of. particularly pink ay
d'oeuvre of the -confectionees, a
he' 6r'a n g'i business, and.is, -nat., in that of his two fine young orange roses oised on her head, and she will
cast discouraged, 6 ,'the re6eni groves that (he, thought) werekilled. surely lead you to one of the confec- The Blind:Lanaersr.
I OUL He has A, -large force of men at I. sincerely sympathize with both and. ji
Mc oners of Cannes. Go, in, the door 'We must have the Blind, Lancers
P V,
section', of land on- trust he, may find, as. many have done, 'after her on the pretext of buying some anyway. Did you -never do, it?:, It's
K w
Spring take, n_ e ar :9TQo2yn andwill that the groves Are not past recovery. of the fruit glace of Provence, tempt. greatfun.. Mamma, will you play for
the entire ;tract to 6raqge trees, Anyhow, d ar Mrs'. when ihgly arranged like ripe fruit in the us? Choose your partners, ,.gentle-' ,
t isll 6Ve hi that Ishi -comes in," the cold w av e window and you will find. one c orner menjor the New York Lancers-. -No,
afge,t in tho'lStatp, Mr. W oatcraft will be remembered no more,., You ofthe store all pi.nk andwbite with we can t -have two sets, .,because it s as-,
ll"-set for ty ac res to pecans- Mr. deserve the precious cargo., May flowers. Women are employed filling.. much fun to look on as it i's to. 4ance,",
JI -h' afciaft'i$'s*id to b ita i tof favorable breezes fill the sails, shallow baskets with the soft petal as and. in A trice. Alice had marshalled a'
'limited v2 6abs paidbe does not pro- and waft it. into. its port of i .ey Are picked off. !set on the floor.
ev6 peace, and 1-895 be a blessed year Ask permission and: perhaps you
qiAb, have is orange for "Now, out. with. your, h dk
jl' itt e ng here's willbe allowed to follow at! ao chiefs!" she, ordered. "Yes, you.are1 I c9ld-.spip.; fie is right. you. Oh, no I'm not telli preh
_fh or'an'ge'busi- one woman can keep a secr
re Are millions in: e et! So tice when one carries a tray of flowers all to be blindfolded, and dance;. t6t
the l1tt1eadv6rsi- glad you find -Our. RuralHome a hel' 'it, into the work room.., Shining way." And amid much laughter she,,,
)asi Viflfb6 forgotten inthe to you-. Such letters. as yours and b ass kettles of all sha es and sizes bound up their eyes.
ie.- -Biad- several others lately receim _p son-strucku the*p
prospen y-..Q iWe_,6iu I Are hang on the wall over the great brick Mrs. H6nder
nd'directl
a. highlya pr, they: ir I;
r, 16i eciate'd. Heaven blessall stove and one is pn thq fire,, (411 of in bar .4
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'FARMIM A. MFRUIT-GROWHIL -57
k.L t roVelty. f
wildly ma 1hgL aimless cou si s, bal- The Cassabanama-A _u I ruruense Stock 91
L 7 Y-PO' GL
a cin a im g n or L ers,', an rySL, ugenjasi
ry n nd Fruit Grower: EALTH T-GROWN uava E
'n lCditor Farmer a V
in 0 tu n 6PPOSIteS when
they I am in receipt t L a specimen of Camphors, Palms,,, Gardenias, Olea Fra, raMSL
h uS of
H A
found them. All t eSe amid the de Magnolial F cata. and thousands
g t t
fr t at is. a h6rticultu al wonder,
Ult esirable. plants,,tree S, L a I Pubs adapted to All p4rtSr6f FIOMda.
h of tber lookers-on and d ndsi
gent entreaties "keep up a the r dlohoi serlds M for 6Ur pjjlj es.
Iv S! outs and: s e a letter
0 f ae scripti on andclassifi c ation I Carl P j BE TLC k*i'll-S
do no better han sen it to you as it' 'FRVILTLAND -NURSEXIES, AhgufAn, Ueo
Eai ch figure involved them more' r. t L 9 9 r 7L L L r ire.
the laS.t7 L L describes the #Qwth' Lnd nature or the
ho' essly thdr! as they grew
Vi uch be ter than ;I ca Th
mbre'coinplicated. It was iftesistib
Y.
fruit is wonderful and beauti ful, -it is'
S, to SeeL L pro on d courtesies ran g e T r 6
f' n L t te circumference and
hiri eh inCheS '11L
it a&_io ad6ther peisicn's back or to
f a bright'
;,L inch as'in length, 6 In
partners fifteen
space7
empVd& 61Y L 1;1 t to The e T
crimson colbr smooth asa piece j
fe li6j f6r a then tiL L of L rees
n. The fragrance is notL lik
grandL hain uttetly d oralized them
ripe pineapp (as. L When perfectly ripe
:knd when theydropped at last, lau h
9
-Ing Ad brealfhiiiss; int6 their seats, it is Used as a.'delicaLte preserve. The'' 0ji
*6 all, 66nclud e-d that,,' ast experience vine growingL rampant in rich The -d e a big Buckeye Nurg"s rios,.'.
reach[ the tops of tall trees or cover a
th' c nr there was infinite full is L
a trellis, and a of th beautiful fhave on hand the fine8tlot:o-f stock I have ever grOWnLOf All theLstadard' 11,
serneift to be bad out of a square L it
din e-L Dernbrest's Magazine for Feb fruit. In Florida ould perfect its rieties. I have a specially flne lot of Tardiff a nd -Jaffa iu two-year bu s rom ve
-be a gr onto our th seven feet high. I recognize the fac hard tilines
fruit, and eat acquisiti t that if's and
uary.
State. It grows *readily from, seed hard timepriceS. I make a specialty of the King Orange.
feguaids ai st Catarrh.
planted in pots in March and trans-. Write for prices.
Iff. jGj[,L
planted in open ground I think. LE
SBoth from ihe obstructions. occaby incipient catarrh from MRS.,M. E. AIKIN.
6ung children breathe through St. Augustinc, Fla.
y
the mouth. L If parents, would make it C: IRC)UL.ARS C)F
Fro Mr.'Normand's I con-:
in
art axiom-of theLrItirsery7and the play- dense the following:
round, "Breathe through the L nose The new fruit, Cassabanana (bota n- SU N SET H ILL N U R SERJELS
W p
on ly, ";the cure ould be well -begun. ical name -Benincasa Cenfem), orig- 40 e Citrus
Contain a list an& description of the Choicest- and Most Pr fitab varietiea of
the lesson, be r repeated enforced, in Famfly, which we have selected from over bug hundred different nd tested by ts W
411y came from, the East Indies inLbU exteiisive expi ii ii e6fgevettiteeii years. Wecarry .g OfVarietli .S grown, a 7
-,ab ?msisted upon,' until'it biacorpes way of S6uthLAM'erica. The% seed got
-1: stcbiad nature with the I.. 'ef itL in my hands three years ago. It be- The Largest Stocks of Citrus Tress in the United
ilia171 p? 1 0 ja ace,
mor- fam than the daily rbutine longs to the, cuccurbitaceae family and Send Ifor circulars. Address f
iLexercises.,,aud as necessary a the is certainly a, wonderful transformation cc)
y
from the original type. The fruit A NOTEL SANDNV ICH
made with a filling of fgs-an-dp6anUt4.
Set,,Jtas-a : part of the educa- whe III ripe colors up to a deep blood Hygienic Lunches. r
06n that he Shall walka:certainr num- red in size and shape much like a Bo- In the menu may be found Use either thin slices of bread or crack-l
of 10 g whi& are adaptable to the sick efs-like the zeph tS Ste _- --- h- If
r o 4oLunds of the play' round_ at a stron yre w -one
gna sausage a.nd emiting a X00M as well as for little folks 'Who have Pound of figs Until veiy soft and spread
ie ith his lips tightly closed; pineapple fragrance. it very. to be tempted sometimes by a litt16 extra the slices of bread and cover wi peaopening of.thein during the. fine for making' preserves; one vine 'Care taken with their food: Duts chopped as fine as meal, then Iay,
ron
nd a demerit, and.,the completion will produce from fifty to loo fruits, Hygienic Browned Crackers. the other Slice Of L bread or -crackev andl
Chielp seivetlio'aa idwichbsona doiley.
thejLtask in abcordance S9 III Baskets.
withdirec- weighing from six to eight pounds Macaroni in 4' reani. half a lemon may be stewsd *jth9r the
ions a meri L. 'L is Fru it Sandwiches.
Increase the dlsiliice ehA. When-the seed started early Danish Puddings. liked. Cdt the b eVAr for these
figr ih or
eff L ai yr. L oy gir .1
and When a, b if
tL in pots and set in open ground when OatmeEd Cookies. and, L es in hearts rounds.
Ir Or OrLt 110 ad U.
cA'h -WAlk, al .. a rap d pace, better, danger of frost is- over, it will bear he soup use the Stock in which a T udding'Was In e 1
run, A4ee 'hundred yards, breathing much more as it requir a long sea- fowl has been Cooke L SMALL INDIVIDUAL MOLD --eS d after having
abu on two_ 0. a POUn
only thr h h d h' moved the f at. L Hc4t it And add e-half Caramelize thirds f d bf Sit
oug t e nose, anL repea j son to: bear ndantl It is astonpbrformah Ze' thri y cup of oatmeal, either' fine or coarse, or gar by melting it in a small pan and nle ay, ishing how e L9. 9- W.. pour
ce during th tb vine will grow when, the same quantity L of; barley might be 19wing it to bro Some L into .'
there ve dlbe small f6arof chr ohjL
&'ha- pla I ntedr'on L ric soil and give_ itr plenty Used-. Add a p1ntLOf milk and thicken :e e1h mold and then ma e a custard 'to,
sAl -"u tar& of trellis'room torrun-on. Its tendrils: witb'fL tablespoonful butter and flour be Poured ov i -that. JBeat th 0, e'g'gs'
E eil'wheLn th a-dis aase has, bedome Will. catch on to a bare wall and climb cooked to ether.,L 'Add salt and Pepper to slightlyl add tw taibl f suga it Ili Ut 0 use inuc p P,
seated ri a young p9ers n a be to the toP..Qf a four'-story building. dL h epper. and one half salots oonrl' of Salt. Add
y Ser've with large cubes breaA browned gradually a pint of scalded milkL strain,
eradicatedL by pefsIsita'tice, "n this ex- The best WAYL giS to. plan t- itL close to a, i Si L molds
ws r in n the oven. 'L and turn into the mold get the
er'Cise" w i:ch as every-one kno, large tree that has been deadened, and Browned crackers axe simply common L in a I pap with r ar6und th III Bake'
jUUgL wate e
creases the',,L p6w 6 and it will cover it in d'Lshort L time, a d crackers,, 'Split and spread with butter, Until 56ii t1fienrC6oj and turn 0 '' a ;
:a: feaspo'Onfulof Ldish f6i serving. Be suire t0ou!
circu atory sys e.m. at thd s4ffie see L 'these L beautiful blood-fed L Uit allowing one-clivirter o b 'L th
f
ti:, e V butter to eabh half Cracker. PatLinto a Molds'.
in It L is ar very simp e remedy, dan'gliL' -g among its deep green fo rageId 'fe.C n dripping pau'and browndelicately in the Some very good cookies are made with
in t thefiouj.9 L Bca
but'j)ersevere.. rn,-I is, a per t. One. is a sight long to be er L '
embered. oven. It is not best to -Use too much but- a little oatmeal added o
persons o any agp a ve e ca- 9 L :St vell and ad a ouw L 9
1-1 11 j 19 r L :terLaSra Child's omach.will notbear it an egg i r cup., eac,.
Cious 1 used in L fo, of 'sugar, cream and milk. Mii AhorlkiDgwith Gen T e little chicken baskets in ps alfelipof
regularlyL IS d -into Ta r Floyd K I g r ake n at- oughly two cu of flour, Obe h
alt w Ater Sri hL
heL no many yearSr e L CUPS of strilS and rnorning. A a member of Congress tradti, dish. : To three masbed fine-oatmeal, two teaspoonfuls df-bakin
h'- otato add 9, z tablespoonful of butter,
': SbdS L lt.r from the I State of' Louisiana, e said p A powder and.aLteaspoonful of salt. Ad
strrong sblution ,- 6 a (or even t Mixture.
scaut teaspoonful -of salt an the firS U L th1*8 d -the yolks of ;this to
Coffi mon:L tabliasalt) iIL watiar shouldLbe -last week, to' a' Suh tielibrter that L e L P tr
two eggs, and L beat -well with a fork; :on a floured board, iou ou Cut
t bad noted with -iiitere_ t L what- would is L- L Potato lik
'ep' in 'a 0 in shape., Bake it a -i)lod6i4e ov n.
ttle Shape oned
ind when needed a -th eas e9 a
seem to the or inary b diall L
i en't htity dililte& Wi h -0 serye a 1 TI)e-pansh6iild-be&6" dfb-kL'L'the first-,
It warm L 'KET T;
LrrTLE BAS OR N13S
willbav69 only ma tei. It;waAWis-: That whentaverL' t. r of an b L bu wi ot ji6ed it a&iward
S6 9- e uid 'L beaten whi e a mg e
ter ttaTtli6 fiq -: brush over with theLL _,a if 9L, df
Less'sugar may e use
salt "' t' ar glassful is he bad seen it growingL In. the cotinty, egg and brown in- the oven. F111L with Or b P
611fdL I r r I L f ur Grange IIomes.
AL and fr6m his. observation with old et- Creamed Chicken.- Use a pint o chicken
Aa.-thewti2d water sh w o r Semin Oje9; I ndia L ns ,. ctitin dice, not 9 Chopped, Hjjj
ID4 'SYd he tiers a CIL ith u L, 9 and a,
lo a can be L 9 L 9 L canej whenever 9 plante 9 dL Spam f6r any daae of Catarrhr.that-' dtbe
a. sugar butter to A pint of cream or milk;
USCL a any time though: it is best. to L S61. L 99 son with salt And peppenr Make handles cured b Hall'B Catarrh Cure.
ng here, came o tas Thig little 1)01111,
t ke it-jii9t bdor" :retiri an inime to tbebaskets of sprigs of parsley. J.
ely upori serte'd" Wdsr an- infaildiat mo nlhg Peneral'King as Cook a cup of macaroni, broken in inch We, the unde ave ow..11 F.
ig proof t at C W in igenouS OL Pieces
d' ,.in boiling salted water for twenty T. Cheney for he,
st b 'fore going outj of III h ane r"11"N -15 years,
bb evq L L L fi L t In Lr a 6 a
S V9, M h L S That n6 matter w ere tha minute. Drain and pour cold w, t i'over lie*e him -perfOctly bonorkN in v
d'0'6rs.-b)e! t e Pil. to
6 6 agazi e' L ditj9 9 PL LL 0 L 9 r 6 'L prevent pieces from adhering.., Add ness tta)d8actibns And' finaneially dbld:
_Dn on prevail, and n how
no
incr.ease,.in, acreage,, of vegiata-1 sniallmayrseern the growth that- three4ourths of a cup of cream; salt it to xariydfit any, 6bligatioi 1 19 mweby their tastej and then reheat'in the top of a dou- firm 9
r money cro S of rapid exp arie planter would sitdte to
bles- and-bihe parish
.9 p ble boil,,. G with the yoll[SLand West & Truax, Wbolesa]e Drug
91 L e 'Lla rge So 'as .to he engage- in the ci LL' 'T 'I d 1 0 1 1 anan
&,wth will b alttr of Cane, so far of boiled eggs. The eggs o e o, Walding, K i & '9 mlrli i
lp whites
of oil W, ':on- sbo
ke' llp h re 6ked b Stan ing in water at vin W1461660 Iiiiiggist's, T61edo, Ohio
ie Orang e C To 9 P" '9 It IS as t e requirements S 6 C U I L Cure: is take
to- S L ; I PU L, H,,Jpar
fl L 9_. anyone,.. w egreeeZfoi baf an hour, then Catarrh ii i n oe rhiv I
d' h o has lived cerned 77 opical, Sun. 9 180 d,
-Tr jon.L
9' hLL L L' L 9- 9. L .' I j L L r L L L, -into cold wla ter to prPvent di9colorat icting directly- Upon the,-bloodlirid muThe macaroni made in Europe has 18. or cous surfaces.of 'the te Prioe 75c.
C 0urag exce e 13k. Price? s, L C re= Baking Powder 20 per cent gluten, but, that.m ade in this per. b.oitfe. S DrU-gisl
World'sLFair Highest Aedal. and Diplom& tiy is not as rich in: gluten. ni




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TF RMS OF SUBSCRIEFT]ION -T k d" t k -h
COMBINATIOT .,Brace Up. It fa es-,san, o oo wit out wir
, -4ror out Year ....... ..,.42.00 rom one,
................... mg on' 'gr6ve tiansform'ed f
............. !-,is laoq A Rare Offer. In some -passing mood of bitterness
Countries ........................ 3.oo 0 ,of the st.fascinating, slights o'n-6arth"
mi all- cases 'cash in. For $3 2 5 we -will send, THE FARM s.me hour of, Weakness, the orange o a thifig of rags and putres cen e..
0-,, --;Advance. Nodiscohmt allowed' on, one's :ER AND R 'GROWER and the Cos- grower wandering' among his dis"'f I b), but to But where wi lt- ? Wbat,k 'own Bubscripti6n (except m a c u mantled trees, may give way to de urn
litan Magazine one year.
ts liberal cash commission will MOPO thing.ijbe on this- I
SDondency and wish himself a thou-, re, our stormyp anet,
S be Nowed on all subscriptions obtained For $2.78 we Will send our paper s nd miles away from Florida. As to which the farmer, can tu nhls ha'ndthorn,. WrIte for terms. which -:overv helrtied,,
o every new subscriber 'we will W ,- andzthe Rural NewYorker one year. for me and my family," he says "let is not liable tobc
4y A Conspiracy of the. eleindtits ?,,,, A .2:--, postpaid copy of Whitner's "Qq r back 'to the howling prairies
ia F $ will send ourpaper 'Is go -hOr 2.75 we big river farm.in, the Nort -.one.ye I ar
1 7-pg,-44- F1 rida." For -two new. sub- where the winter tones up our nerves,
--scrihers -1-0 -we willjond, and the Weekly New Y6rk'-Woild or 'd-'
at $2.00 each, was so beaten by flood aBd"drouth-,and
Jai a ore' so that we do not feel a misfortune
p6sirf'Z'd copy of Mo 9 'Oian& New York Tribune one year. smut that the ownerAi -'not receive,
when we experience one;, where it is
dvertisin on application. To a club of ten subscribers, at $1 -25 not:a I CODti-nual worry I all winter one fourth the cash-f eturh' rom itt At" 30"-v
9 copies he 'd from three acr s of Florida
Remittances should be made by check, a year each, we will send eleven where we had our stacks of wheat and id .e
order or registered sand.
of THE FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER, shocks of corn and our big barns; and On this same fkrm "-the
-uxT G the Cosmopolitan at $1,. 25) Qir either abandon once for all this waste of seen a field of magnificent corn, promsand and swamp and pine.
Jacksonville, Fla. f the three weeklies at 66 cents each. ising ninety bushels per acre in a't1w'oThe orange is a. delusion anyhow..
days unbroken storm go
"CONTENTS., Thus $3.,io buys two. standard Week- .tter y own
There is nothing but frost' and 'As
to the ground, nearly ruined.
GJ o"- # Fp ORCHARD-Editorial Notes; lies and a grand magazine for one year- drouth, insect pest' and rot, West.
Trehtrrient of Frozen orang Trees; The I" To a club of five, at $1.5o each, we India hurricane and Dakota bliz- good as old wheat" is a proverb.ofva-, Freeze at Fort Meade; Fruit Culture in liditvyet we-have seen a field SO com-,'.
the Gulf R, gion ............... .......... 51 It is a thing for gain- I I ".
Peach Culture in the Gulf Region; Pineap- will send five copies of our paper, the zard. plete'ly destroyed by the rust:tha:t there
pies oi) IIkewbfth -: bling niggers and Spanish peasants,
'M** a*J o*'r' 5.3 Cosmopolitan at $1.25, or either of the was not even a pretenseof harvesting.
1,'PA RMER AND TRCCICER-Letter from who have only brains enough to fiddle
Ctinj bell; Watermelon Culture .......... 54
three weeklies at 6o cents each. In it. All this in one of the solidest'of'2
ti and dance all night. ange grove
POULTRY-Fattonu& by Stuffing ; Des2riii- An or
ons of Car ses .................. solid States.
State N' s ca 15 this offer $3. z 5 buys two weeklies and isa pretty trick of sentiment for women
.............. .. ............ .56
R17FAL",HouE Pro.qted.Flov ers or- a great magazine. And invalids to rave over, but there is Weather Aulletin's.
angep]6 .,Offil-i theltlviera;.khe Blind
OuR
Lancer,; ....... 6 not stability enough in it to be, worth Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower
The clubs need not be confined to
Slafeguarls.-',--ainst CntR;r'h; The Cassaba- Ithe attention of an American business Let me -congratulate you-onjour,-,
0- i-jic Lunches .....
57 One postoffice or -to one date. We
EDITORIAL
-BX-CeSSIVe 1'11 11ting, is man." article in last number.: "Effects of, thi
b!": Contbin tiOTI Br ce Upz will give you a month in.which to
Calif jrniq 1-iN: Weatlicr Bulletins .. .... 58 This is the gloomyview of a few dis- Freeze It is very helpful and bopeful.
Marke ts: Growthof Southern Trade; Fro- make up a club. But the number appointed and unhappy souls, but it is, May your crop prognostication, be., flill."
z'11 Oralixes ............... .......
Pear ( uftur' .......... 6% mentioned in.each must be secured 'not the view of a strong man who filled.
in Florida;
ve, grapples with an adverse fate and ekly, weat
Wote-,; onVine Culture .... ............ 6, and the money, sent before I we can gi I wish to iDquire whywe h''
Pin e Trees and Potash; Fixing the Price of oil the reduced rates. h li,"'h
Oranges.. ................ .. ...... 62 y knocks it down. er -bulletins are stopped t roug t
oreinter-,
It is Be dless to praise the publica- What is the orange good for when winter. I think we:all are..m' ,W in acksonville.'
tions above- named. They are simply grown by these brown-skiDned beggars ested to hear of, the weather
'31
b, the foremost of the world in their re- 'of the South Sea islands', orthese tiger- the State during the Winter season than.,V spective classes.
ish niggers of the West Indies? It is any other. time; besides, I out& t y our as an- a stop to that everlasting -P
-77- -Excessive Planting of Vegetables. as smooth as satin and as s wr be
57, 67 35 32 51, o.oo cient milk. Since Anglo-Saxon men tween the twocoasts.
58' 68 54 14, _i.67 The indications point, strongly to an
17.- 60 65 '67 55 :'12 61 o.oo have taken hold of the orange in Flor- A. KLFINOSCAEG
58 71 4 271.58 i 0-00 over-planting of vegetables. this winter
ida and'California they have made it Sa s6t
54 72 9 23 6o o-Go and spring. The large number of or- 11
......53 64 76 .51 25 64, R.oo a fruit-not for gods, but for the grand- The crop and weather '-bulietmsarei
-'. -S7 66 74 55 ig 64 o.oo aDge:grow.ers who are anxious, todo
s 0 est men and women. They have made discontinued in the 1all by.order, ftorw
53 :69 7X. 49 J22 6o *1.67 meeting to recover their losses,, add-. it.one ofthe great.crops of the wo Id. Washington. When the Department
r
ed to the regular cateaory of vegetable.
j -- I I -R The rich and ripe juice of a perfect wakes up to the fact that Ylorides c:
R. D IAiN, Obs rVOr- 1,,s planters, may over-do the business and Floridaorange is the highest form of hie -c opping and sbippin s
ls-.well 'known from rellab]6' I)ring about bad results. It is well fo
ufces ,tfia' in a u he unfortunate thuman food produced by nature. Its in the"winter and sprin g,-then,,-pert n mber'6f Northern t, orange grower to plant
fine and subtle distillation-Js nourish- hapsi the weather service in this -Statd th'lez' '; 00 imissi6n men are under abundantly.for home consumption, but !
ing to the soirit of man;.it purifies the Blay be made into, something of, other not to bid i n com- e n orq
-;. ,,--,bbnds t6eacli it, would simply augm nt- his misfor" petltion 0 blood, clears out the ;brain muddled value-than.it is at present.
n- aby fruit that may, be of tune to incur considerable expendi&rc&f6Y ale.' This is anot or" tiOng- tures for seed, labor and fertilizer with grosser viands,,prevmts disease.
h s S, Florida and California soiis,
The business men of the nited
,argurnerit..in.favor, of thet and then,. through his inexperi sell-at-home lence Fruit.
Orange Cii and aglutted market go down in an States canot spare. Florida, its thinkers
It does the slum ex ne.' not spare it, its brightest intellects rticle on this -subject- idi-If
not appear probable to us 0 r p I! t May and Ju can week,-, the printer inadverten't!''y-; re-,
Jli' t 4 th, of all.occupations can not. spare it., h
b versed. the States, so 'th
morrin commission usiness' Ifthe transportation companies.wis'h at t e 11
6-tJ fd vle ,Von I 4 n I o to'c ompe t e The incomparable. juice of its oranges
'0 to give the growers solid assistance they st analysis of California was cre: ite' to,
other any rn.o. e. than it does that can do so more effectually by reducing constitutes one of the fine and sub-- Florida and vice n sa.: We ere 'ftl- ',14; tilest forms of food for the high
'hotel proprietors, -would Yive borid's the rates on good vegetables than they est race itll he t
9 developedin this nineteenth ce reprint the table w t, ateg cot
hot-to solicit.travelers in'the presence did-by Cutting, them, in two in.the mi'd- ntury. rectlyplaced.
'St' But what do I care for all. these
--',', 0Uany, Hier o e proprietor. lll dle on bad oranges. Witho lu; some
argu e against- h amelioration of the situation, in fine sentiments when my bearing tre Potash. Lime. Magmesia.. F;Add,
"yAt-Allai does not' t e sound this or es Fflorida... .02 091
sk S- j'em'- are, split wide open and I can take California. 644 .o75 1-488
of the sell t- ome soune other way' we Cannot help
J regarding the 'outlook with'seri'ous mis hold of the bark and slip it around u' W amined this: week y6th.
ppe t-s'thdt theboardsUli6x1th the ir nk like. the around my e ex reA
givings.
body ?" interest the effects of the
Jn,'N&th'cin 'c6uld not., e per- fre, 4e upoxi
;,' 4 ,sua&d the Royal Palm rseries-' -The
to- believe. that.t ere,.isany., On the. 15th of January a tr'ain'of Not one bearing tree in five thous- zA
,.,poisonin aifrosted-&Ang' and. -they t*e ntyone cars loaded with coal;'and' and has fared so ill, as -that. Probably Me srs Reasoner have b6en'- hustling durin the pa -a When,
rong situation,
the. sai-e- of- provisions ieft Atlanta for Lincol lanted in tb' Lst two
n, you p e w 9
as a savage wa, fe orde s from niost 'distant, par s.
em''', 1, Nebra ka v of r c- a
s This, is due -to the'efforts and Blizzard
so'm ell glr6wOT"-v 6'iil'd .,iy7o6'ftll"b' W' theii of ex-Governor Northen who was re-L tifying such errors. 'there are tens, y will- be, ',ready. to
steiicil's, to be affixed ;'t6 I'li i ugh furnishieVery item in their extensive t
6t Jr e4tly in'Nebra k h exten- of. thotfs'nds of t old grubby
,:ozen, c s a, aving, an
; S eeS.L
'- 60,,anges; others still' more. consci t ent: n knuckled seedlin s in the very.n rt catalogue, except the citru
th promin in 9 o li- ,:
would not allow e hith will be ready to', bu in early
t ei..- fozen in tfia:f Hewas quick to s e ern limits of the belt,,wbich whistled
orafikes f& beshipp d-by .ajiy gale Jupe., This is the kind-4' nierpiii!"
-, -, -- I body, need.of help for the famine-stricken for forty hours in the teeth'of the -.1. 1 I
thQboards of health decidd! region, and appealed to, the people of which Which commands sucm&4" Manatee
Are t07day as sound as 1 nut ex.
t nd a strain d'of pro-. cept in their topmost bou&. River journal.
19' ub'' harm -in a :frozen Georgia, o se oa A
pge,,eN. h d ed chances to on xnpany have donate
cept lack of jui T ppoal met with pr I ompt un r e, your tree The, Plant Ce -pro a y visions- e a
L ,' -:qqfgr iury is done'it6.,'. rel:ru a- r se an il 260,660 'g
Of ,,VatJnJ Ae, t 'espon dr'the above m'entio6 cracked wide open is only a fusty to the wers ofthis sec ion
of i the ,Florida orange,:,by this train was.the result. One of:.th6 cars, old fellow which: ripped its jacket a cabbage plants which went -out';tif.
pprllod-q, traffic; 1t 'Will i6 ly lt ach wds= loaded by individual contribution& half-inch last summer in. growing. Capt. 8tanton's hands '.Monday like'or ut 1 1 you are scared 'bly y' These w.i
pro a, ou hot,,c, L es.
yers'- 6 s. eavines4 fro -A6 dire t-s f the do-tton iab4' B -f.
andInterAdtiona xi)osition. 'had 'beii b on o an e-growing T yalp -14 start.





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THB FWRMA.1."M#r ANDFRUIT.-GROWR

X
Sweets Vineland fair to fancy, 1.50 to, 1D Al NY11,134SO011v,
2
Market, .00; other So Xy double heads, 1.25 to
vergetI ables. -COMMUSSION. EUTT
ApxsoNviLLlz TIA., Jan. 25.
Imports for the week, Havana 840
vi 1 crates onions and 195 crates other vegel- HEADQUARTE.RS FOR,. FLORIDA, FRUITS.,
Ld
:)rrect by Marx Bros., tables. Bermuda 113 pkgs vegetables.. ORANGES, LEMONS, PINEAPPLES,
tks, are'average quotations. Uxtra choice EARLY'VEGETABLES OF ALL KINJOS, 4'1'14
lots fetch prices Rbor top quotations, while poor Choice onions are. not very plenty and No. 2o West Pront Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
lots4lllower.. with a good domand red and low ar6.
oranges, frosted, box.,.. ...'i -.;-a .15 to .50 firm and higher land, white ru e steady. E S-rA B L I S F*E, ED i 8 9.
...... 3, Ojl 4-1 Havana have met'a good outlet at 1.75 to
3-50
Pin, apples, crate .. ............. rate. Cabbage has sold slowly,
4-oo 2.00 per c .166 READI
1[crates owand irregular figures; moststock. NEW YORK
C ........... 51 is poor, at I PALMER & F RGST
Peanuts, best randw-4 ...... .-4 tO3.'05 axdly enough cauliflower ar-'
ImF6 cabbage each ......... -1o rll;,ing to, 'maintain quotations. Celery (Successors to G. S. PALMER, aud PALMER, RrvE"URG & Co.)
apples, bbi ..... ......... L.. 4.2510 4.50 quite plenty but shows a wide range in
beets bbl 2.5o
d c, s 2.25 gua ity, some coming out of cold storage
iai bbl, iurbaWiW:': :-:: ":' I I' 'PRODUCE COMMISSIONNERCHANTS
11 Florida lettuce
sack .... 2.00 in wretched condition.
Early Rose; se 2 6o has Arrived sparingly and has brought ex.
Hebron. seed.... 2:6o
treme prices when prime; the recent Southern Fruits and Vegetables:
Peerless ......... 6 ............ 25o
Chili Red .... I ............... _,2.50 freezein Florida has checked all ship-'
Onioiis Specialty.,
bbl ........ o ............... 2.50 ments of other vegetables. The few Ben
I .. ......... -.21 rhuda and Havana vegetables here sell Remember we never buy a package. Tlius any ship9entszu entrust to our care, never comeVEGETABLES AND POULTRY. well when prime; Fla,. lettuce, basket, in competition with bought goods. Account sales made y of e.
Corrected by Davis & Rob I Inson. 1.50, to 3,50; tomatoes, Key Westj per REFERENCES: See our quotations:by. J JA tbj
Nat. Bank, N.Y. Mercantile Ag ncies. wre paper.
00 to.00; do., Havana, per crate, Write fdr-Stenclis
Yelo* Yams bush. ..... .40 tO -50 Cr te ChathRm
Sweet Potatows goodd'e"m"an, d'.*.*.* ..... -35 to .40 2 .50 to, 3.00. Members of National League of Commission elong.,, P
Hubbard squasb, bbl ................. 2.00 Merchants, to which no irresponsible house can b
Lettuce, doz.,.. .................. .25 to .40
Kalamazoo .40 to SG Gro-wth of Southern Trade
rgg fa.t., bbl ....................... 3.00 ESTABLISHED
T fiiatoes, crates ...... -.....2-50 to 3 00 The first "all rail" Southern garden- Som ers, B brother & Co. 187
Sweet Pepper, bu. none ............... 2;00 trUr ek via Pennsylvania Railroad arrived S.Okra bit none ..... ................
from Norfolk, May 26, 1885; f rom Eastern
Giee 'B s, crate ..... ........... 2.00 to 2 5o Commission
.............. r .. .......
Peas 2.00 to 2:5o North Carolina, March 9, IFS7. The first
Turn ps, bunch-_ ...................... 98 Charleston and further south truck April Merchants. Fruits and Froauceiff
Cucumbers, crate ....................... GO
I o-_Itlo 1 12 1888. The first tbrough car of oranges Refer to Banks, Mercantile Agencies and the business cohimunity of Western Pinneins, each ....................... .os to 15 PennsylyahtaKer aws, each ... ........ Into .15 October 25, 1888; the first refrigerator car jark.et %po.rts, special references to regular shippers, A1.11pping stencils, st
Parsley, per d3z. Ininches ......... 3oto, 5o with strawberries March 30 1889. pplication. lNG1U!8.1FS.AFQF) f-,nRRESPONDENeff INVIT I Xr).,
Carrots, Fla per doz. hunches ........ .2510 -35
Greeti onions, per doz. bunches ...... .20 to .3D Out from the: "champagne basket" of
1.50 to 2.00
Pege,,er,,hot, bushel, none ... the story, through the improved aid of C om plete F fertilizers
1, cured,%Ib ..... . ....... -IOtO.I5 transportation facilities, have envolved
Lima Beans, shelled, qt, none ........ rg st Id and best ouah
H-s ....... the followin- exhibits ftom The South re for p I states, fruits, and all vegetables require (to secure the la. e yi tyl
.2s t. :35 ceived in t0e port of New York.
............... 30 At Least 1107. Actuht Potash.
......... L ................. ...... .18 tO.25 FLORIDA- ORANGES.
Tu d,.gross ............
rkeys, perpoun xl
Results of experiments prove this conclusively. -How
Ducko .......... ................ .30 to 35 Season 1891-2 903,542boxes arid why, are told in our parn hlets,.
Geese.-.. ........ .40 to .50 1, They are sent free. It will cost you nothing to read them, and they will save yb1f
. . 217,660
Quail doz ...... ..... ..... ........ 1 7.20 dollars.
wild 4ucks, I.oo to 2.oo 1893-4 . . . 1,658,820 GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street,
wild turkeys, 1-0040 Io50 Sept. I to Dec. 31, 1894 M,030
Cauliflower. doz ........ ..... .. 1. 1 50 to 2..50
WATERMELONS. traxy, seem to have withstood the effects brains are still looking for the-realitaWM and Jones' Report. Season 1893, 1667 cars or 2,556,001 melons of the freeze, judging from what we have tion. ; Chilled oranges have been, broug it
4, had, and they continue to sell from 1.25 forwaril'in our daily 16
an. 1894 A06carsor ,850,000- s with
'13 iff I 'to tbe,,late
o, J; A I to L75 per box. startling headlines, ITar Lurksi' in,
I-r- Vegetables, including potatoes, Norfolk i -,
disastrous frost in Florida, Califorp i a Froz
ora*-row .. ershave been'favorbd with and Sbuth. E. L. Goodsell Company reports: en Oranges."
% .. art;16The past week has been characterized
the v antage, -of 'the eastern- markets I Season 1893 . . 1,798,982 packages Heavy investorsin theunchilled
early*.,, The first car of. California Wash-t ylarge sales of Florida oranges at auc- have even called the attention of tw.
T tion, comprising mostly frosted fruit. health authorities to the question as,
ington Nay s, was recA Ing He is, indeed, a sage who can say when whetherthe handling of chilled fruit was'
Owing to thecheapprices thathave ruled
mron:th ual. Fruit ;the maximum will be reached.-Fruit 6n the same there has been a large co not materially increasing the d4th ra
selling 3. 00 to, 3.60 per bo ad- -Trade Journal. in Chicago.
va6c'e-d 'prices Indcipated in -the 'near sumption, and as a result Florida.gowt
ers have benefitted somewhat, although The authorities, : er aperso al futbre. net proceeds have been so small as to ination and est, d
Receiptg:,of frosted 1 1. t 0oranges Sgobel &Day say: The week ending leave little for the producer for his fruit. POIsOnous results,. allowed th
Past we4 increased, -showing
market the January 5th, which was the first week Since Saturday last we have had to sold.
in all conditions from bout worthless to following the freeze in Florida, the re- offer a total of 27,006 boxes of Floridas.
fair, range in Price % to 1.75 box.'- _Tan_' ceipts -in this I city were only 12,00 Obox- which have sold at from 50 cents to $ 1. 50 Bractley Redfleld. Euge" D.ji
g6rft es froria 1.510 to,.4.50, box. Grape es. For week ending 12th inst., receipts per box. Our total offering on Friday
ESTABLISHED 1 71.
FruiC5.00 to 5.50 box .' If any p, U are, and this -week 43,009 boxes, wjas.the largest that.basever been known
holding Florida' oranges, Ta T; were 28 000
all of the above for New York delivery. in the history of the Florida orange busi- REDFIELD SON,,:!
Grape Fruit free-froin frost, will alone. ness, so far as auction sales on one day
pI I W ed th 11. ear from: them.,
Naturally the receipts this week bave. are concerned, the aggregate cataloguea
r
o'o 6 been heavier; owing to thenoticefrom being:10,000 boxes., Inspite of thisthe comfilission Me
-New"Y rk V,646tabl Marice pn
Potatoes. the transportation compani6s iestoi arket was fully maintain prices,
the freight to the figure ruling before the received being about the same as have h' J An emergency rate of one ruled during theweek.
'T e 'an'u64, ieporf-of the Department reduction.:
of __ Agri culat tire 'contains the following, : halfbfthe-pr6yious rate was.in operation Anonymous coin municatibris have been
'A i e a IbflpOtatoes for.1894_2,73,7,973 aci's until the 16th inst., so tbat.only i7ic per s6t'to tbe'Health-1Dbpartment by Ruit Auctione0ts
a ainst 2 60,5186 in'_ -1893, the product hoxwascharjged from Jacksonville to New sons unknown -to this company, and also
170.7 7,,F68 ibu'sbels, against 1A&,03 4,203 in York during that period. After: 16th' to- the editor of the NewYork World, 141 Do.ch Street, PhUade phiq, P40 !
1803,arid the value .$91 526fZ7 against the freight was made 35, cents, andit'is With a view to cqusing an- a itation unfaWe handle All Iduds of Fru ts and V etables;
!W8'661' 804 in 1803. not likely that another change will be v6iable'to the selling of the fyo8ted fruit b "-- ), I either nt private sale (which has h ore tl
aade 'through -this reason. Heavy re. from
tripprts for the we, k have.been 7i85.6 'n Florida. A reporter detailed by the our custom) or by the auction system 7
s;froin'Gieat Brfttail ur adde-d to oi r business) as you maydeitiri-n. ;ceipts here this Week were naturally 'to, World: made an investigation, with
116 re of the low freight and we aid which resulted in nothing disparag
re asbeen a,, good demand this take advantage
14 1 We.mail I
WOW and market is firm for allgradej,,d arequite safe in.saying that receipts will ing to the sale of the frosted fruit appear
P66t6es State add W6sten i A bulk niaterially'fall Off- i I fig in the columns of I that I paper, although
50 6 175 aMy I ed fairly satis-, it was the evident intention of the sender a V4.9cta 11419
rauge rom 1. .87, in', a While we have obtain nd
sma way., Jersey in light I b t; factory I pric : essay2.00t6'3.16.on fruit of the Jetters in, question to have unfavor- F R :E 'E and the different
SUE y z P res ars in wR,78 8. IP ni
ble comments Printed, with'a vi f hi
ziqua ty and value irregular outliern olithhedto have. 'been in packing-house, a, ew to Wea 40y'e' 0
seed orders have been libeialarld rnark6t beforethe freeze, our saleshave. mostly st6pping consumption. nes and no- arketing an
0', ir e ot : Barry's Price Current N. Y., says, 'body ever lost. a turninj thein into
-is firm for Rose'4fid Hebror at.the eight ranged from .90c to 1.60i arid.oi xa
a6ahce quoted. valsfrom Ea.- 'avemges th ough tY n Fl rida Oranges, etc.-The arrivals have
is week have bee to any ifiorcantile
105, all df'which, consid- bqen large, but bulk of the stock basbeen kqi -thiS week met a good demahd- tt 115 2-17- 1 34 or'Ninth
some Qfthe best inarks 230.,eiln' Ee, lW freiaht, will prove satis- very-poor arid ur d'for sale at very low EPT12y;ial Bliink
r'z,, liiia i ikefi lo edtirmlyat 2.00 to,2.10,,,factorv,,tooul! .BE!p 6rs te ,heavy pA es with a considerable gition going here. With-us ship-'
-,with'stock about out offir8t: hands. "Bor- quantities of Florldi oranges hv been to'- the Fruit.Inspectors o the Board of p6rs have theben- S 2
-'b noughdemand to kbep'. mar- s6ldbero all -this week) to average be- Ve'alth Department. efit Of experience and security c
an(, cards. free. All letteiw ans r
atformer priceS- S t! po- tween,80 and, 00c per box.
IN CHICAGO. promptly.'
xket. rape fruit, appears to, aye suffered
;7 4atbes'fia c 'sold v6ry elowl -And ina G b
than orange8, Find it is difficult to: Th arket bas been the great 00
finnda, T)n' 7 00 to U0, No, 2. sell it excepting at very low. prices, 510 to' pr6blehoirange me, Smallforturieshave been dec. per jq _,_,Tangerines ; 'or! :t = 04 9,
Qf; 14 50-' k L 75 Wi.'R- "76 he coa- vised -by, ast!ite;hru. ma but those saine


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TM PWILMA -Y AND FRUtt-G

Pear CulUtre.
The bes't m ode of treating th 6 soil
4,111npear, drchar& is an- important quesin regard to Ahq,,hmith of
fthe L tree and the production of frtfit.,
Z -Laying-,Aside all sp'ecial-Orcurnstance5
it -ap P.Oart evident I tbat: 664-onditi6ii
of the 'plants will inditatC FLT rT
-ill& treat
required. The object -beingqq
-'maintain health a fid encourage fruitfulljesb','th measure of 8titte i sful ac
-cornplisbrilient of these conditions Will
".greatly depend upon the knowledge U10
s governing veg
1',, of the, principle etable
'os6sed'--b th ltivator.
grrowilfy p e cp
Wheft"f@e itees'are young the- chief BETWEEN:
object is to. encourage judicious growth. FLORIDA POINTS AND THE NORTH:
itig. ex'fiedients known to TH
favor vegetable extension, such as -the
M8
application, of: manures, breaking up Florida Central and Pen' alai,
and pulverizing the soil, surface stir- TuomsoN- GA., Jan. 1, 1895,- NEW THROUGH Rid ' S.
D&Lodrh Mill Xafg Co., Atlanta, Ga. New Yorl, to Jiclbi6,
iDglan'd':oth'e-r'sii-niiaroperati'oDs. By It gives me pleasure to. say that the saw. Mill I bought from you ill 1864 1 es perfect satisfac- nville by
tion. giv New Florida
., 11 R. H. to Wasl
Norther father Rait
--judici-ou-s growth is nicant a luxuriance It is such a Libor-saving outfit that with four hands, including sawyer, I can operate it without and 11 11 -wav to-:
riot incompatible witlimaturity and any trouble. Culmnbia, Florida Centrhl &
-I can recomme d your SaW Mills with con Fidence to all my friends. A ir Peninsular to all, prinoipal
as this 'Will de end u Reiipe6tfully, J points in Flori(la:
'p6n climate and
local it is evident that a discri i- THOS. R. WATSON. JCiucinnati
ity, in Cincinnati Queen V ( cenVto Chattanating knowledge of cause and effect a; Southein TZ y to Ever-,
,,:,Will larply influence success., In nness Ftoi ida Central & Pernn-r
recognizes barre in fruit trees as maybe necessary to replae branch Limited. sular to all importat Florida
nortt e rn latitudes, according to 'aL. the result of an undue amount of wood es in either of the two exigencies. In points.
It place, when they U Kansa 0ityRangag City, Forf Son tt
writer in a recent bulletin, where the growth,.and that, in accordaucewith the firs o ng.tree is Ifebaphis E- P, to Nan, ,aj.Qlt
laced in its permanent position -n
sedso'n, bCgfowth.. is confined to five acknowledged laws, any process that P in to Birrinm,,h iin,
to Evorezte;. Flii. Central
onths --duration, it will be iinpossi- will secure a reduction of growth will the orchard its roots will be greatly J Pen-insulartoall Flit. I)oiLjtq;
ble to mature the same, am unt :'Qf induce. fruitfu ness The removal of disturbed and many of them destroyed St, Lolits tn,.Tncksonj illt by
Ca*vo hort hip, to pu yaoin,; ;7,
in active ar expe lent in t. is H 11
',wood that can bue.--procluce'd ontreeg, foliage from a tree i owth it will, therefore be di h 0 Y, Sp'g lllinoii4 cyntrHi to Holly Sp'gs,Route. itrjt,: u City, -MeniphiR & Bir'
Jn a locality h4ving, seven months of will weaken -its vitality by -causing, 4 exigency to abridge the branches so' J .
M11W all 0116
gr6_ b, Hi, Lilingliam";
6ason, n t e er case corrqspon 0 'ybrbbto atid F. (J. & P,.
dingcheck to the extension as to restore the balance 'f growth R'.y to
S P, gs Sioux City & Chicago
Stimulating apj5lickions-may; bi':u'sed of roots', but:the'r'effioval of the mere that existed between the roots and t o J I 10 1,
H Ily sonville .111. Cent to Holly
wit lihe-bes .-iE*pts% that would, only points of strong shoots has no pal branches previous to rernovaL Sp'gs, K., C. M, & B., tx,
4 PA Route. <
tend to dissolution in the climate of ble effect in checking root growth'-tbe This pruning at transplanting has mingham, Sou. Rly to Evenette and the F. C. & P
shortsumffers. roots pro its opponents on the theoretical' round
ceed to grow and the s'a'p 9 Louislille.&Nashlillo to
Th-e"$"eaf "tree is' usually a vi c-ti m-' of seeks an outlet in other channels, form- that, as the forma:tion of roots is de- New Orleans Junction. Y. C.-&, R onlk y T6 route
excessive pruntrig. I' is-- pruned in ing new shoots' which in no way in- pendentupon the action of leaves, It Jaelksolville between New Orleans and::'.,
in a e it grow a iabks6uville.
-AViritpF to k rid pTuned crease the fruitfulness of the; plarit. must follow that the more
The F. C. & P. has 100-ralles, rae u..
pincfiedl I the F1 rida runningtlifough the'an umm6r: tomake it While it may be confident1v stated that andleaves, ieft upon a pant, 0
fruit. -?,Why it' is that the-- ppar. any as a practical, f'ule, easily followed, nd more rapidly will new 'roots be :pr'07. T00"ro
-,more tban any other spur-bearing fruit of general application, summer pruning duced ; butthere is one import nt'ele- Peaen a n d Stra tv rY
itrees should)-be supposbd to requIre for fruit cannot.be recommended-ex- ment, overlooked in this reasoni I n Oranj7e
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dntinued prun' d Yiamely,,the loss of s ffas (I", Silr, r Sp
so 61bse, 4hd c ing,- oes cept as an expedient rarelysuccessful a'p by, evapora0thr.Fbzj'8c
t Great ffunt6tfl C646i
np appear of -.easy explanation. it is it is also true thafthere are certain pe- ion, which speedily. 'exhausts the The
this immoderat pru ii Reaches the 17 rig Grou'da.
e np m -n
evi ent t at 9, riods in the r of a'plant when. the plant, while it has no active roots to t
g owth Ras-the best-lands for tilliie, greAtes -vart-,
-not followed by satisfactory results, removal of a -portion of the shoots meet the demand. The proper prac- ety of solls in the State, and ibove'aill
fbr while -apple, plum,,-and cherry would ten d to increase the develop- iice is to -reduc'e the branche s so as to 'quns over the Cent I ra I I
Where it Is High and'Healthy'
-ftuit-,wi n arity, me W -erance, and
hh'abunda r Ieguh nt 4 the remaining buds ithout give the roots the pr6pond d pli osporous towns fill its route and it oi or
,i lth b Lit.. little ,,atten tion to, pruning, causing them to form shoots. For. ex- lriallykindS of trees call only be suc- the best freight fact lities;for tiny produce t, 6 the Northern marleta. Send for the popui ir
.,,,'iin frditfidn' -:frequent ample, if the growing shoots of a pear cesstully removed by cwiug. the stem sbng -,,
-t-,cause of complaint, espec ).J y -with itree are shortened or pruned by re off close to the ground. L-O.RMA HOME.;17
-pay t e strictest atten ion movillg e -length, say If the tr6e h s been pruned close Nvit 'ts 1'rlt6d w lid b
11, tj e of an actual Florld& Route, and
who on third of their a
to pruning sum.n'er which is gott(.
tules-" s- owing -clearly that towards the end of June -the check will: back: at planting, the first n upin elegant style-Sj'- PaFea
. of full sized best music apor, containing W80,
:i--,,,-' sufcessful pear culLure is not depend iminediately cause the remaining'li Lids will develop the foupdation.for a"well a piturp of t nome to Y, loti(la and'A huntihij",
eliffVpbri ",pruning diQne. Vh le it is o to p balanced, -symmetrical. plant, but 'as 8--n-e. If 'I -illd on lecelpt of 10 eentsl(in
stam] s, -to pay ex-pense ofilistribution.
perhaps equally erroneous to assert :and produce a-rnass of twigs as far re- this result depends upon a: good start- Send also for the best r:iap of Flori ajse'n
-that.pear, trees-'sh6uld not -be pruned rnoved.as may be from ffifit-bearing if is well to keep an eye, on the yo ung free) And note the t4jwns on its route.
A.0.MAcD0NELLQ,'.P:A,,
at. Jacksonvll[16' Fla. ;;r:
ill -An extreme which no experi- 'branches. Again if thi growths during the first. season and if
Wi is delay6d until Xdg4st and theseason. 'any of the shoots Appear to 'be ve
worthy of inquiry, ;Wfie e warm and iment a 7 The- FI&;. Opht, L Peoins* rft A.e,
ther unpruned !subsequently proves to b oping to the detri of others equ
- -treesdb-mot bxhibit abetter fruit bear- 'dry, the probabilities are that the re- ly necessary for future branches, the Offers to-Shippers1 recorA than those which have been 'maining buds Will dey elqp, into spur points should be pinched'off, but, n He RAW lind Auickest louf.b
subject to the I om which here be as smalY
iig est pruning co es.. like shoots, fr blossom bu ds doing so, lei t a re BETWEEN,
ve'r ia mbility.b- Uthe I i cour I ',of e be
Mw farlhe pro- bi I'll" may n se in formed; but: rfi9val of foliage as possiblethe object' FLORIDA AiTl AhL P0114TSiX(,, -P-',pear tosuiifer froni lightm- be'4ue, dihe season'continues wet and mild being not to weaken, but merely AST AND WEST.
tci th '-te'r e d With Improved Ventilated Cars, thI8 com-,
e in' f rence': an d ls'kr rJan' g e .'and growing weatber extends late into equalize growth. As a general' rule
i bet er equipped than ever ever to
of caused y summer he fall,' these same hodts yill be no advantage will be gained bypr le It'he Orange and Vegetable Crops, d
insure uhlqeconnections and prompttlespatch
"pruning. -1 tAilkY not.,--Qe, pcsslblO ;lengthened into vve kly,*t&ider growths ing any poition of, the shoots after the to all Eastern and western ? Iarkets6
bui-th! n ency to. a e which: never. mat fir, st'-season, unless in the case of weak Through cars to destination' with; -, 7.1 -.-- ., ureandare.o no use
'fall grovftbs, mandate consequen '1112- W ly trees, which will be strengthened out change or delay.
Perishable freight followed by wite and
y- pri-, 'the Proper time to summer prune, be- by pruning"down in winter. shipperg advised time pass ng v ons jiincl
-maturity of *60'd4hith tberp
inu6h tibripointsaiidarrivaiatdestinAtloii.,..
cquraged;-,,is well known t cause no. two seasons are precisely
All clairnsforovercharges andloss promiit-in if con ilciye to diS7 'a! i 'an ly adJUsted.
an- gr-eatly,"' d lik 6 d, trees. vary-in their vigor,
T rhaps no a61 6 thaf: has from year to-year; and yet this uncer- I CamphoF Trees, Sea that your. goods aze mar
cause of, fail- 'taiin, indefinite': and constafitl experi,, 401 0 via: F."C.'& P. It. R.
iy ,, beenwgiven is so fruitful 'a' 00 1A Tree
.r4 0 Address, the uu
1'.i inforruation 'call on appointi in ruit cu ture -in ditiusTri b la a Trees, d r9I d
xu -dis fient f I ental proceeding'is the base upon
atL A ii ; the hi Citrus Trifoliata Seeds, 0... ..TAYL I Trav Algt Ocala F1
ehib sentence, W ich-the advice, lo,,! prune in W, Gei;. A'V'i, Orla doaFla.
a- t G-;X HOLDFN, Trav. A gt.
in sum erfor mer.fiqr fruit" is foundf& All rie le s' iagne's'e'
Wi W.,FULLER, Trav. A' 't T
he -,pllysiological princip e upon es Y ry pl iiU d See s. Or N.'S. PENN] N GTON
The pear treqj -,in tact requir
'E'" f1iiiiepruning UREN Juulksunvillej F1
h'i 6Y t h i s d, I c e -MbLA1
at w, idh ahd-thavoilly-.4s far 4s Sanso e $t. a.
:-7, wi H.kEA8ANTBj Ger[prarFrbikht Agt

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tha ~tii&o~an ee an egowes wholothi r aaf-,> p 1'B ->eI"or R
ourteaisin anaa ridship a i-anlod pects fie or Flo ida i bu cotir goo Is oH .M R I = -U el RO L-L R C Presidentd
ganze points. Spakn of thnnng he H. T. BAA THOS W.CNRD
d ~ ~ ~ ~~ = Kh as:Cahe.Asitn a
nr T hs "T h e'-n te so o nert thiss i s, d o n ec 'fu i ni e st- a seaso C AdeI ToIe $ 1 0 0id,0 0 0i
Ol a me t h e e t t e r a sp r l e ~ ~ e a t e f ~ n w h e r s e v r a p l a n t a r ee e = f j ; '
poeso ain lefte in the hilliv untilds they getk about-, ehihs rlut rekdjr~t toe aun, they saOeahoheen
T he V o nes y ou nt eave W et1 ne e JA CKlt D N V LLE FLOale!Q soIid Aidi
M- ,c ~ e ans. ri evemr ta net h hiland ep eoll s olct s yo0uT Deo its, Golleetions uind yoen y
tssop waerl cosd ed t il on pa teod (l a taltiercive ninte g n Baeus ies. U
A~orFat rran Fui Gomr tisimp Gortian trowrk tsahel yo OREPONDNC INITD n.Cs plf asav earl andrt askfast asnossbl
r ge the oonerohecrst is broken, theJohn -.S Marvin, Ab tB X O 1O Chas. T ri to be qgde they startn gowfg the T.Bva .W. b, ug R Artl
Fl rd n W e p o I s a w i t~ w e s e J d e M a d l C .R g r ,W a i a r

wa-uivralyscesfl e, 1 Pre AYN S AN T UST BA
a-6~ir oirts.a wpaieg We makeig moe O. T. O RIDATHO .. .C N A
meleos anda large ones whe w tr

osshi ps sible ship ments ares an th t i g o M A W I BO a hi r
in lack~avil~e to psh fosTri e or W e the idne bii: tesndOTAu$0 reme-civ lnusry iit the mide westpplwnamIR C OR,
-thbei'.s a odpantke se all dea oisnJ IDBADT .E tU
tod h t C an e c ndton utk- nowh hi ,e a W. Jre AAR ISTIER PHNI WA TER R R K .to to the binsi aed .meot clippe not J HE A.MNERMN RBRTOW B WN
yitrd to asuto theoy ta e tea h it coetosmdanalpit fola nd Re itdfro ca ofI litr thevd. goo ones, met cie n igsA cut oie. neet ado
anIse d eao wyt e e Onu poteon ro m frost. he saysr sa 0N V Ings.
leIn rer toa protecting plano

am ~ ~ ~ cssu~en the use of No.s 2o woodents1anig 3si e m e rbut tr n d is e w i hw.u v r t e A n o p r t d H m s oo a i n o r n e G o e s M a k F o i a r i
u n l a ntsd..e n s w ..f e a fi o st, a n d th r o W B O7A E H R E re pz s a d p a
a'oefu o diprtaont top wofk the diho rdruWntgo rce1s ndtri eeo g tlni completea banin thes vperG O R.A RAofirsdnt : FFC R:aGblet AP Ve6 r
Thist wors vrly wel where we ontAsiTMbVlGe'eg.an ra. M.P UN R vtr.
beig. pe che toev the cupt on bover, tw9hue t o:Jh ayn aeCo;H Oice o;E re D
arodng someime killi theh plnt, he John oL.; MavAiel lsA. Co. Irvin ek, Polk. Co.in
s tya~re y scovred bg mkin tle AdrsT Ic.e ence T the Floia rut xca e, dg Tiolsoivll,,E' 8~ t watcender andk easil wiltede by, the sun
the ~ mu b Upon th whl we do no know.ij.. tha .
tam it pass eretoty toindf6- prtec front Dr'E H.t~ k SONnon J I- 004a.
pslr-an cold It mssfeoohaepenyo

ofio ite might bea more. importantst try
orable t savead the vplns- tat come up" C al a G ai W n s, L q o s
six ~ ~ ~ n old se:"I s a fact'Wil that itren is- SA IGNDR S
IN. best .ottouse vin e roises that earelyls u~ ile l r oa
pes"n~ two or moree year oldr attmeopat
:cre n more fritan te fr e se .lAN N A E AR ....f oC B ET OU ON.
this a d ORI VALE.. ons whe 00 VItNIGADS.
C n 81tl:m;si, which BATIOR CORN J.AC......... K N TLKE. U M~h
d th e a neaple $wo50 clsin ewYor.t c rohrs ..30MNIOE EVE RE.
cas:O uha er tfudecy ? JUGB EXR One galon 25c; two gaou 50I thre CAallon. $50 ReiOb ost
wouldBr ow' B rnch ida .u~ arte aipest A1 cOmplete Preid f eeries aG Wine Listsent freonappicaion r-Chin- remed andrato giv imedat and sureibre
pl hpesaetef.ins~oW RALNOHN CLair, 8 (







TRE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER.,
beeches and the" pines, allow me t results, as they are active and Sure, giv- e RAHMA:COCK-] RELS-Duke ofYork
Pine Trees and.Potash. LIGH 'B
Straiii; $z oo 1 xfra fine Mammotbr:'Bionze
tor Farmer and imtrult-Grower. suggest in the mildest manner that the ring. out their -plaht-foodpromptly. Gobblers fort -rp dstock,-S?, 50,ic 06=1krts,
did not think that my Criticism of F 0 1
We are also prepared to mix any spec- Lady t ke
same goo& taste that -restrained you ak dH6RN I'! F 17 1 2-4
theory-- 'That tlh his work at
end 'Adams' cause al formula, and can do.. .A. PROWN. LE
from off6ringme advice rill. flavor V cry low cost.. qW, L OR SALE7'
of Fo as pine, orests:was the an- AJ First-class business At &.c6 each deliv-'uf replies to those who may differ Our stock of agricultural chemicals cred in.: ackscnl llle. M.'Chesebro,
nual.,fires that sweep., over them," y materials is completeand 'man," Pimriners, rla.
With you in opinion. and fertilizer
would have been noti'Ced by him.
In writing for THE FARMER AND the, larges.t supply kept oil. hajid in this- WANTI D-To trade prop Syra U
fre4y own that it was _irrelev tf t' d can mqk6 low pnces:c6
ci.y, an nsistent- F nda
FRUIT-GROWER we address ourselves W "Y,--for improve C
th 902 X
tothe Potash discussion,. and -was only rty ge,
as a to a very 'intelligent class o ;44 Afth Tull d propeirtyin l..
playful hint to friend f readers,, lththe quality'of goods handle particulars;- M. tu er. 91
halt will be our ati, to mere I
A Anisto be more careful i who, as a rule, require more than a s been in the pasim in th itfutturuer, asnit- gomery St.,- Syracuse, N.Y.'
advanc- wants. WANTF-D Obicocetangei oran$3,ooorove iingtheories whose only claim to con- dogmatic assertion in proof of a doubt- fidence by strict attention to your No ; To ge g flirin" i
Tbankink you for past favors, and near some lively town. Address R M. I I ok
sideration lay in the fact that they ful statement, and who do not: easily ford, Fla. C, ?8 ii, 2,
mistake personalities for argurnents. soliciting your further valuedorders, we
were "now and startling." are Yours truly, I=Ti.B GGARWgED-ImprQve,. ,6tir,,I"d;
J. H. GIRARDEAU. Wilso n & Tooine'r. G beg garweed, better than gunno;'im'-":
in his re ly, he, in his usual style,- Mont p.rovement permanent, and atcomparativelv lid
P icello, Fla., Jan. 16th, 1895. Jacksonville, Fla. I I :
devotes more than two-thirds of'his cost., Finest fora -in the South."-For
7 price of seed an for piice'on any variety of.
.irW watermelon seed, write to, W.'M.
al bcieto saying in substance that a's Fixing the Price of Orangres. AkW lolM v Girardeau
IAivod in Jefferson county and was arture in Monticello, Fla.
It is certairnly a new dep GRUBiffirump
n interested in the amount of potash IRSALE-Brotize turkeys, Black Langsliaf s;,
ot the:life of producers from the soil, MACHINW. F 1:,dian Game fowl. 'Lanishan Giimeiind _'
an orange contained it. would be better when they come together and fix a Pokin duck eRgs for hatching.. Ars. W. H._-1:for me.tatelLthe farmers of Jefferson price for their pr G sit IUD Mqnn Martiville, Fla. 12-1-12
oducts. There should ORYP oRSALF, for caslijimeortiacle, orange gTOVeSi,.
count y. I how to make good crops and be no good reason w F fruit amd timber lands. 14.'RrWLEVKeukaJeavelthe -discussion 'of. the. potash not always have been done, but it Will pull on ordInaT Pla;' :;-Tii6t
q6e'stion- t9 him and any others, who, hasn't. In nearlyall other lines of litibin101111UT S CITRTTS TREES. Fine stock;4one better;
& prices, and square tfeatment No, "back
,.might agree with hirn,, and not dare to business the seller fixes the price; with 11 umbers offered. Write' for prices,' Thirteen
-,,% ek A Nurse
Yalp, mnswecp ,fTw years exp Pho2nix rie Braiden
criticiseanyof -his "new and startling" I, i,;vI a h-- erience.
the farmers it has generally been oth Chain. or i to li ,ndle. 'I h", 3487
ici e tile town, F a.
theories, as they were dangerous to erwise. It is so now, except in cas (_,,taj, crtip, rivliigpiice, tc-,s, t-t1n-ni 0 NNJ -Vaiegted cayenne.
SMO TH CAYF
t6ok who had just waked up and were where they have seen fit to unite with f .... l 4; h'. Charlotte Rothschild and Abbaka'pifiea0ple,
not, -accustomed to them, G-1. n-1 "'t-ni, mahl ... N TY. norse H-keyo aaid suckers and slips of firiest quality. orlando:_others of the same craft and conduct B,,tirappli f- ctmwg timber land. Addres , Grap,, ID(IFrl)iLCI).,Orlaii io, Fla, 12-I -tf- -.''A ter t e scant court 11L.Nr XANUFA(Tt:RLN6 CO., 605 Sth St., Monmouth, 111.
d- CUTAWAY HARROW pricesaddre
f h sy, shown theirbusinesson business lines. An For Hubbard, Federal.Potntjtla." State
Massey (iie.,Pmmie j:ro-t ai,,-,. and lumber 10-2i
1. congratulate myself instance of this is seen in I some of our &taloge&d.
i,- of par. Si-th-d Pmde
ongettitig-off so lightly. fruit exchanges. For example, there
-go- V9RY FINE,.Two to four year old oran an,(
Brother: Adams, I did, not institute is a bdiness-like ring to the following lemonbud! Price',$i ,oper .1,006 f. 6%. J;,:
I : ::_ L..Derieux, Lakeland Fla.
a _comparison between the,, lands, Of, dispatch from Los Angeles of the 3rd
,-,'Jefferson county and those of your SaylDg: NIINE LOT OF Sgl DLHSS GRAP 9 FRU11
I And Tahiti Limes.% All on Grape fruit slotko'.'
section 4nd I:make no excuse for be- sonable. S. M.
'The executive& committee of-the Price Fvle Stephens 0ike
d 13d, .7 rea
iDg proloun ly igno"ra'ntof the exact changesmet at the central office in, la
A CHANCE FOR A NURSERYMAN.-.pDr yA-V thousand (40 000) thrifty graye fruit trees in
aniount of-potash required lio gl, w'an: the Phillips' block this afternoon and nursery form. Three y!ar ol, T
orange for the reason that we in:Jefr fixed -Faith, Hopeand 0 arity
prices for the opening of the sea- Ia. ermsi! 4sy
--fers 'county. are satisfied that we do son as follo the es, entlals for a model 0 ris Tari. and Bowyer & Stephens L;Leland, 12-75,1P
ws: Fancy Cal nia'
on, ifor Nav- IMI[G]Wr, STHENGT1111 an d ELAS1111tulfir ert- F deal on wire nettin ices
not live below the frost line, andcon- els free on board cars, $2 per box; TY, for a model wire, funce. In the st- A N w te r In
Charity Ls the greatest of the tbree, and in two. W pay frei0t. r r l
sequentily have lost 'interestja,. nch choic $T.75; standards, $][.20. the other, Flastleity, but it must be the gen- price-list. E. W Amsden, Or on t
o
questions. nine artlcle in boi[Ji c tses. If reformers
The following exchanges, compris- cou](1 estal)II.,11 it great naill. where ordinary THE LAKELAND NURSERIF -Have fior iale
I only.. criticis.ed your '-'new and. mortals could be run through and as 127 ooo citrus trees on souroraugegrape fruit
ing the principal organizations in thoroui bly fitted for good honest work as, andrough lemon roots, of the following varieties:
startling" theory about the pipes,.and Southern California, were represented. the prodnotof our looms, what a Paradise marsh Seedless Pomelo, Thompson Ponielo, Alirantium Pornelo, Foorrels Early, Parson Brown,
you- only advance in proof of- it's truth at the Angeles meeting: thisworldwouldbe. For further particulars. Tardiff, Daucy TangtrintSatsurba, Kumiii-regard to fencei.see sma
cluat, lCing and Maltese Blood Orauge, and-,Iillathe factAhat you had actually seen; "Semi-Tropic Fruit Exchange, Los PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE C() Adrian, Mich. ed-'
tl is: :: 46 laus tralisfor Franca and Belair Premium Lemo !_.Xa l
e mation of ii kngeles Oran A _, ge, County Fruit Ex k s Limes- A specialty of the MarshN.i e( esg
hardwood forest into a forest of- pines change, Orange; San Diego County- f' CE sh, Lak and,- Polk C
_4VT-A-,IV0_RD 1, COLUMN. Fla
follow, in the, wake of a fire. I am a Frnit Exchange, San Diego; Riverside
native Floridian anda. prett inserti his column, I advertis I e- MAKE HENS LAY-Thereisnotbinglik
y. Close ob Fruit Exchange River To insure -on in t T(J
side; San An Bowker's Animal Meal., 40 tOlis sold in Flor. ments must be accompanied by the nloney. ida last year. Hundreds of testimonials. -For, server and- have seen fires sweep over' t ti ri 1
P i onioFruitFxcha gePomoDa;Du rte Advertisements must. not. exceed fLfty words. par cular w te .,W. Amsden, oiniond, Fla.
d ' '_ s
u Postage Stamps reeeived in payruent.
-both pine an), hardwood f6rest$, and Fi it'Exchange, Duarte; San Bernard- 10-13-tf
count ever word, including name and address ROWN LEGHORN EGGS for HATCHING.have,' never seen the slightest,,,i di nit Exchange,, Colton; Queen
I', Ica-_ 'ino Fr B
C L lo, ir I I 1 1.
tf6ls..j'6f '" I Stock of the best. $r, for 13, R. 1 xiddy,
such.,'cha _t h I y Fir itAssociation, SQuth Riv- e, tjVtey, Fla. Barred Plymouth Rock'ejgsfior
Wug ol. n Oranges frozen.,. Ve eta
can call tbmind the-5ame oak,:,and -er California Fruit Growm atching. io-6-i3
bickory hammock having been. burned crop gone-put in a melo d
C R FXCHANGE-Summer an wintekhotel
over'tWo.-or -three:times., The Orlando Reporter has inter- % F in North Carolina'mountains Owner, in ust
Since ...the 'earliest.' settl orit of- vi crop, 'get ahead of South lix ill Floiida' Wautt g qo;d;vraug giove. W.
em ews,,WlLb four leading. orange grow- B Clarkson, ille, 9-15-tt
-the Indians up.,to',tbe ers, and they all say that the'prospect WANTJ D-Soeol one-year Citrus Trifoliata.,,,,
G ;orgia, an reap arich har
Give size 'An owest price. Arcadia Nurse-prosent tim"e, ev ery ac re of,-fore t land: for a, fair I cr I o pnext year was good so 'rie. Monticello, Fla. :_12-1-tf
in the United States must;'have be n (u, that the bear* no seri- vest. Full directions to grow
e Ing trees are ot.
over scores. o tinies-- And if; ously' -injured.,
yb,4 -the'o'r'yis correct-, youcannot es- a crop furnished. Seed for
the conclusion that Dr. Price's Cream, Baking Powder
Wp the whole 3M0QR;
warld0s Fair: Ingh: est Award. sale by
colotry row. i ne i6"]Tlo rida: ,a'pd
SOUTHERN PLANTING.
rqra,,the Atlanti& to thqVr jri6s of the I:- W .z M. GIRARDEAU
We stw6uld be covered w-i one'un-, Satsumn Orange, Hardy.and LNrly., Now
e have'sent you ander Japanese plums, PeRches, Pearls, Ros", Camelbk4 en torcst 6f'pinds.!:;1 e-faLti-that 'W 'separate cover- Monticello, Fla. lias &c., at very low Prices. Caw for the
'11,15-inch beveled rule, which we ask that 1'. L. P olgie
asilug. I I., tilso Prop,
stich is not. the pase clearly disprov -White Legborns, Fl
es you accept with our compli merits, and EGGS FOR HATCHING
yoprtheory Brown Legliorns and Black Langshans. $r.co.
wqtrust it Will be.us6ful i
and,. act as, a, Buff Cochins, 62.oo per dozen Albert Fi es St.: UNDErt AND BY VIRTUE of a certain exe-u-_-. riellid'Adaffi "'fh, "s6aiiered gentle remifider, of us whenever youate Nicholas, Fla. 'it tion i, zucd out of and tinder the seal ofthe
ything in our line. urt of the Countv Judge in and for Duvi
ilted blackja6ks do not in need of an A Count5
es.,apd stui gent's profits per mo tb. Will C Florida, ina-cel-Lain cause therein pend- -4dicatea'soif % rich in' polagli,,quite th The frceze-lias come and gone. and in rove it or pay forfeit. n e, -, in
e rests.'outside of the grower .bbri- cles just out. A $r. f ; wherein F;infiie W. L'Engle, as executrik,
1, no.inte' 50 SamP 0 the estate of R. M. L'Fugle, deceased is pl
reverse.-' They indica e a 8011156. poov effbets felt more kei S525 Fplind terms free. Try us. CpiD "in
self, is its than y us. CpiD tjff dud'Louisa T.t'r,.to and L. Torrento,,
&.Sow,'28 Bond St' fid
p'plied TER N. Y. be;
.-that .-it is not. capabi f t, busband, are defendants I have levied upon
e.,o by our business. From all informa ion will sell'at 1y.e court ho se door in the Citvlof ,
supporting..,, dense growth 'I 6btairiable, however' we believe the 10 000 TOMATO PLANTS -Livingston's
of ar e Jacksonville, Florida, on the 4th day of Feb-, '
be ring tre swill come around,: gll rikht P6rfection Livingston's Favorite, Iruary, ilil4 between the legal hoiirs of sale,
pipes, whicbi: even,, -with theii smaller Redfield Beauty'and Lorillard. R sdy,
flic following described personal propoxi-tyJo
,por',c ent,, require e potLas Jqnd;send out agood fruit bloomtjfpc t Price $i.oo a hundred. Thas Colson, Wallldoo-' it 'iiange,,io plates, 22 disbes,.2'boilersand
w9uld I Ck_ in March -probably in. June, asthis was ille. -Fia.7 1-19-3 W -7 goblets,
than the sca&re&;iid-,.st t cas-c after the.fr6ez I Ante, 4 tables, 9 chairg.
e of '86..,. No doubt it IT POWDI4RS OR 2 till f I c'
loths, 8,salt- dislan, 2 pepper, F;hnk6r'--' TILG71fTDA_,N'S-COND 16-N V T "'T 8,2
*ill pay to forliliz6hrid. push:your trees -:It All Stock-Garanted to make 11 .. i eatand 111g.T bowl,,:, counters, screen stand, f6f prow fat. :Sample, package by mail, thirty-five ter, 2 loolcing-glassis i .bureau, i wash stand,' X?"
ins, 'a the ard, if possible.- I I 'Pfldher, i bed .1
'd n6w, brother Ada centsi' W. G. Tilghman, Palatka Fla. stLad,,a chairs, i rocker, ibigW-,,We hav6':a supply of Hi J, Baker
good -taste and cornmon chair, 2 waiters, 2 16131PS, I ice7water c6oler,,t ,
Bro.'s Complete Afdnures now in stock lounge and i Aable.
MINORCA COCK E r HL-- 37ew R F IlowiomN
'o6purtesyareof universal application,, whichbeingmade from pure chemicals, ido'ne co each. Pair fine Pell Fow.19, 5 00 D'. ilh riff,:- veil Co.,
Tgtq codefor the 4n be, used witb cellent and profit. L. rir 95.
able JitrillEtry 24, 18 n7l


















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(Pier29, ERR.)STEAMER D M4 Alr
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Wed esday, Jan t 2dm h p o a3pm.....IR Q OS. ...tuesay, Sth, a

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Wednesday,, 9e.2th, at 3 p mn......... "A gQ IN".....Tuesday, "if l5t, at o~j
Friday, 28lth, atJ3p m......."SE I OL ". 0.hrdy 1dh at -i
M nda 1th at3 pm....... "IR QUIdBJ.........S.Tu day 9:p2th
Wed esay, 16ith, at 3 p m..... "CH OKER", ...... ..TSuesday, 6td, ati.oj l
Friday, 4 Ith, ata3pm....... .. Y. EMASS E"........ Thursday, '' 2dift : ai
Monday, 71th, at 3 p m ......... iALGONQ I ....... Sunday 3 2 at :o
Wednesday, 2 hrd at 3 p m......... "SEMINOLE"N1 ....Tuesdy 15h 2gth a -~
Frda 2 h, at 3 p m. .......". IROQU~lm ...... ....Thutrsday, 17th at-oo a i
Monday, 28th, at 3 9~r m .;...... ."*CHRO KEE" 1.. ..... Sunday, Feb. rd a 2 1
Wednesday, 163th: at 3 n pm ...... YEMSHF E"~l... .. T uesday 5th a


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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W e*d y F e b..3 8 .o o a m 9 5 a -.. . . . . . n e p i e .
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T A ESM.H.CLDEAaisan Te3rad Maagr 5 Bowdng'4Ct-new ork
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.Neo e City Exch ang yulig aanh a
...ewis........ Whrf Boson 1d Fout Deawr Aveue Phlaeph 5Io linGre.e
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FROM ysarsmen WILLIA1YI.O A.SON BOURS &xep CO.,y

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4~~~~W Handle. Only.. th Best and.. Mostday Relabl Seeds A Compla dwn ea Stc
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"T H E R-CD-EN-17 -F R F7 E

Can1;6 obtained by pushing them immediately with :,W

-AIN E"'IS-TREZ GROWE SPIE
hi AS SOON AS. POSSIBLE and also, make a second smaller, ;r
i. A 1 t r application in March- -0
?uKe b oil!
ei 'y '16
Wri -our-directions fo; fertilizing groves on P h
ine -and Hammock Lands. 'to for n of groves NOW will t
Liberal fertilization prove.,,.,,, e
mps remunera ive investment. that ou have ever made. Write for full particulars about:,growing oranges, Waternael n and officer -601)s
LARGE PROFITS.

THE PAINE F E R r"I L I Z
-&tst., Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLA V "N' Y :710 to. M or 1 Broadway, NE YO


-e r and: cuttiv tor TO GARDENERS, FLO S. NURSERYMEN19
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For winter useaud prove that it is the cheapest an best protectidii,--frD n!7,fro t'Used by tbousafild.g. Al .... ...
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CAN SERY.
Corn, Potatoes, Cotton, PeasBeansSquash. -rY,, FL-(:>R UDA.
AZL SANT^- ROSA C'OU-N
uoumbers, Melons, .. ....
Rbft OR 11?& Q atoes, Snlnach, Onion ef .
Pbage, :Tom
c es fr -s hell,-' Is, avi, to'A itCh'ei h igh, at 3 cen ts per,,,
0 et ref,,, ,,=japer
Invaluable, forM voting Orange Plantations. year'o'd tr jdt eiage 1 '6, 'paid by
t111; 6 5 P h ... and sbipp d as directed, transit charges to be.
purchaser on receipt. 'Money order on Bagdad Pos
f
WEIML NG:WEED-PULLING.
Na:.iA:, NB :H A-RT11UR. BV'Q.WrN,
d
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fflftirfa sooil i 4t t cond tlontorajjidlyfbrward. the cr p., Strongly, endorsed. by the _Colleges,.14perinient Stations.and'inost
a -116ve pu ofThe
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e
rbmiiient Ag-ricu-1-turists of Ameriic,%.'
0r any-type l orm or-vatiety 14 Produces Fe-jr.er, Agu ,'Dedgue, or fk, T P:
finework in- s" vbe rries and cotton." PRANK HoLm
Vdrk Stab Al.
't"F, th t#d teas can be easily ip ,Wea 1kness W i n tersm i t I s
:rp ea be. igde A-Ugrasses and wiE estroyed.11
M cm xcE, Wo an La.
sabje,1#,a!1 #oe4rcrqj)s."- W.:A.RAiNRSjHumbo1dt b il'it y
Tenn fl-111 T_ nh
sy,' I as eyoui.11 0. SN-vDER, Milton, -Ky. "The weeder Is a 'daf 'Which for 3
d
years has been the 1
Indigestion Al
nd )A W Des rial retne y i, and, being tried a
6rip v6 Ore iffa;r ease-mention this iD ue
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THE M IER Billliou b s.
Wtt- 'CO ]111^ eNou Well.
Cons ipati
Con t on
B: t U)LIU5 11
c3 iii. 6 n M as a ART11UR PETER& CO.,:Vyholesalc4g srg and' oner
INU 'RIES 0 V;: THE:
b ddi Cflyftoin the growers; fbr.rj
s reason we raise larieLthe most rigy)ripkinds, eajeciall. Cabbage, See(l,F1PRO V; on.
xtra fine tbis seiis
re vaxietie of vegetable seedi and nonemi $ J6Cted strains of Choicest Vaffed of C#rUs Fruit Trees a Spj tt are re ,Uy, gogd---see qut ide c
-B.d W ,d,_fbr saAe at ep.. Ein illustrated-'sele
PROM ction ffoin 6or-Dew "soe
Ojj stckkis'iaije c6fiiplete P 4TT P IiTNIN N hiqh yip X40ppefr""
%j Ctai6gue stal rrlce tist;
& SON, Si4d Gi*6we
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