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Pabor, William E. ( Pabor Lake, Avon Park, Desoto County Florida )
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ags.L' Its commissioners evidently do TNTERWATIONATi RXPOSITION
at le s"th
oeSL, I wo. L ave be en S95.
this. L
fore, L -It is a p enny VV Se_ raVqigL d b pitg
votedLbe, On groVndt e rifle, ove
and'it ji6tind foolish p a*-- It' -01i will. be vhjch Sh6rman thr6WLthe.first shell into
i6f "to individuals
to See t6.itL'that ihisr hi he otAtlantw t irty-oneLyqarg 'afgo
largeand nangnificent county with its ton States aind International -Exposition Val! 01 iY up e L
led resources does not go. wh ej and
s fast taking shap by, th 18th of
represFnted th is fall.
September L Will. hav6 ZL -Assume p por
Sent herewith & portrait of the agniffeently illnAirating the progL e pre
tieman b e maiiagemen 0 ress f art and induat'ry in' the reg ow
OL, Plant
th System- I Exhibit COJ'LD
e means a ,
foiA. bearing itstam L Y, 310ElliottL of_ gan L W h ave Own I oca or p rovi ciil ia air an ih e'-- ter -in
the colonel Since JL886, and had R own' -Cottoh States" 'won 12 arrow- a
ear 6 t e ans ex a -if not accomp"i6d bythe
af I im since t e Y. pqm
dies gn on
"Interpational, which-, sition, where, e ':rep:reseDted -Florida.
broader word
Ever sincO th L en'at National-Editcr uly describe e fi iac te of the' en
iOn' me at a vario
s6ciati d us expo se.:
sltion : A roug out 'country,:-ivh6n-' 'The Exposition,
has received- the enever lorida was to be:represente there :do segment of the' United Cates overnr L
we., aveseen or b:e a L6f Col.'L L' 'L SS -haVing 4'app
rd El iott:as me, L, CO
ngre ropriated
b ei_ ng on th e ground, the State's able% ex- 'S2W,0W _for.a'g : Veryliuent L building and.
d 0Vlng advocate.
ponejlt L an -A-dqni mandijig
eAiibiC sit has been
tha :, h o-, t Me
th, r i ssigu6, for ,this bui
r ght place" is but tarnely to express the
"71-7 IbLas-.be6n 1 0 d, t Work is
op, f all OL eif uncter 1
T e- It will'be one of the finest strut
0 15 Wh kn haf h
Y' ri 8 on
e the t 06-operat ion o f all
13 nds..."'The practical ex .
6L Plant ; ,6
in,_Lfor t!)cj)ymmfd, and surm iintedby, editors In'the district Ofth hayjng
0 perience this exjtj6jj'_"-' L fl tem Wi jjt SayIng"
ti 0s, agSt& fifty' feet fiona whio)jL SYS- h if iClthe most
e fl he people willalso rally to his support in dhaigeL L W i JIL : Ma e
,a of' he Plant a hgye : L h JhLer stin ver'made
he earVs desire-'.'the- comprehensi ve and'L
of -the bull ink L ne -"d bYL the United tates GovernnIent. jbe,
nt rio will st dl playtlie world ever saw,
L" &I r F j L,
LIANTA P081-1 0 t q'jiar d 'feet rom our own rl d a. EXPOSit
JlventyL i n. has ived the etiidorse .,
r will be classified And ar- ti I
to L atOL L -principa
During the.season of93 94 the m ment 'Lof the legisla 98 an
X"ged._:tliue ex crop abou om qcial bodies bta'aura er of s aies.
Tgii-MDI OIEL h It, conslsti t Winter. Haven, worth C
p4ate;.irpok, all'yaTieties, w. ith Ch. naly- o 000 t its s n bl
e a. 0 0 raisers, Wi th a railroad and% rea o a e assurance has L)een given
W 4 I L I L I I
firs andL l as t, jh is 0 L L L w L L : ; I I : : ,
gIV6Lbur sta -ed our lake region _00III, d as ell even
sp :also thpsub a0es maAufacCur.
I jotton Co"Inv0 b2.
-mouth to -the 113ternati(L.Aja and therefrom; lum er, naval StoLreS'L (3, tt,; o' better.
PoSiti Ila
taies' Ex --on :flb %
O be OatL" con,, b r cheese,
t rj s corn,
Qa, dbritig i, in bbr f
t i o t e potAtoLes,, vegetables,. nd U&S,
Yeitr"L We. e- r
qLtbte extends o OfL the fa rm; fmits and all .,products ol
new- -u64 A ,
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rcu 6 e
z it" en orchar p y rq;. mpn f;Cc LUres; 112
undejL hj_ ]jQL&n L'
PU 110ity dg6tientT, 6 fact, any .and 911 R ; tip les W &C' jil I'L illUSf j b
"W., G.,Cooper, SqLC, anL L" tiate the -r6souices of the pountryLtribu
ne 'view th6 'grounos;--qnd '.bui din t
ary to the Platt 'System 6 L trans or
lit kind T
N, C ujA ., Ld,:b I n he struc ure will b likhte& by
per" graSS th r 7
qfof',ground pe feet
'da, by a, ro cei hg; at,,ni ht b
',Florida vVillbe W61' )rea6n, d, ev wide j p elow Q e,
t ough t "g 'YL
he 'L legSlAt tire, doeg-n6t pus, a ' L : I : L
6iectric lights,
appropriation. The I
jInd L, that t e
t7wasboon 0, propose L
three great rai S ins bp ldingN!Ouldbe io ajj L j6r the de.
o sm
e, ac ve
moveinents. The mand Or ]qlliott. Writes
J, spaq and
aKLcoast 'represented ag- 'us thahe1as secured;120. fe
6 Square. of,
I and'Westein' Florid 4n.the F., C,' & adj -spade
er. tothe upon
-P is mining
d by Xr.
trj(3t as ropresenWd dhi whic
ley; seem to ha a ne iln-thdiiplins 'm#y, tip, neoeSSary
to properly accomcF7
- Z :,tiijider so-called.. tate L' mmiss on-, q4e, he ':e blti. 4 offered.
W* which, however 13rname Only., ;;Tj*- :is L' "le that a, palme to hiit
It L" prob
q great Plant Sys M' LS int t -iIs; el been thatched-W h e WIL' h cor.,
fqeft out' jn- hio Comm son tit I gate
ru 4 jrqn ,wlpbe ShowAhe
q,-- ,z Z'does notmean: Lo. e t on n t e e
-Products be made. rom.,:the
MX.. P'lint, preE h#t no-expeuse
W. railroad, 1i . ....
As given
I.; niott:, SAYS". NM
'J e
-:*Elliott the ieqtii,3it;e Autln5rity to see eSt SLpla-y' T
W ma e e 'he
we aA 40 So,
Baltauly represented -an ever
,,riprida-is world,
present herewith a- out of the exhib it we have the earnestco,-operation' Col. Ellio6.
licil4fng as-degigned-by 'in the coun
pq)ple try tributary,'.t
Jrhe building, as' will be sden;"is-Id the Plai t and-SteamShip
feet 8 q,
Of, -0 are
hipe pyiLAmid, 40 at' nes;
01111ty: iscomi he
high -W beveneered _;, -01R: a ng j1objy 1W-t
pe t

it'ole the qusin of p le an sed bu 4sal r htbu altebrn escared for? wP.u9-'ill ",steri lity, an th powe of the I ng e al are kil d th -aro ,4

t o rte ithout p leatn vaihesz o r i on nd flo som e fooi ll W r enew tmhi ll thoro t lag'po~ti f bbudd wr atsatoy kd e w tyof fhes 6-Vin tof rnake aow repetal crop afe
Thege Whitake is anif~: ve 6 orang that ore oftesesn
r t ye rs growt e1
inatedLh~q on the Maae ie n s wehv eoeormnd twouinstan-: zers. speci
2 t is a ioostoghton rw r eav al thei head remved an thy oahaeaI ofthhms ans nearly ~fil-t an goo fruit a n de. fr.ui fore hsi w er n ed T eM ds
il' is of elol uaiy hantseenl. so frui w en thee ds ternow otn e-nonf the: rfu e ih )l eogh of its to -recommen general uolrgenc tre go anIes, ofhe etn to ni te rius beaks hn t o u
tril.Th nopaei, Prsn ro n be t roth Smalls trees thating hav 21 yer f ru e w et anf e t n n i we eten vor e ry t i k nneey ,o b ee planted t w os or th re y e r a d i m ns i e
gives~ta naurll coloredt ontetreoeog to renewed byx rnceoring dinmthersu and iner beightI atya hne fcniee i

indln Februar 15~1 and Parson Brw ite ne els.ab ou brikl
vith laer Cetenahstelnetes th ow shallnwe hp elp. tewo or isc a oy1
i t h f any orang I nwfas Io have'd'i keptng af three year rolaon ?G owrahmefit er,6 good r q uit on te'l tree fuloAuc n ase wh a can T ee tim at the ho lot ;
rheanacreulst do thIia Ro die- ha and fode;als confryudwn gr.Hsm ht isw iejugn hma th W rd's .se. I sa a od rp ifc r rsed in her veins. tandach be Fair covne etecnena o-Cou bacut htwspatdo amt o f mh~lae
dtinsferet u aites. of, th it te1 th re f Mayr onnces aor eV bib ore The4 trees',fThy bt are vioosgrw rs, ely nSo goaed a u frafl wei
he ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ h en prlii beeers Th frui likek poaowrphTkipcrheog .E'
idla Stat HotichSoc ol- Hart's latbe hAs s ce r e o ghtissude tit gAl a' offr ien. o t the rieb sn s e e' t they are sweet taistin een whrte oal ar isgigt:b rprdtom k h co ti iazs: n ange areJ stil greens anahwavoyfte m rktbeaseaco o tecik ineIscr
our primal ~ ~ ~ h juictie whe ripe is a standard le o f wel he s nd he ho s, P a n peisgoor s of ard len is e deals o e. s n
te ne ledn fse t oo acid and casav O r e tra ine et s tol 'ad swet poaoe ,fi es hy
1,i~~fe sehters Youvtin needjzg notm forgeti our cow s dead,
thed bouuet Otherfasesources anod profitableto lruits, cuthe offforth
Lik mos mothers vioru vaite thesuc ra the Japant per i m Leonte of seven, an1<
a, i P od fruit orsm ll fat roing trees bein- 1earo pe a adth veypou ie m uhsIko
SN-I CA~~daning t het is tt formeta ave year or two toS a dad w SIs'iw
A":~ a t er oars e es o -c allote seal th freze A o ,A
St ora ngar ediet soone tha the m id tsem om tti is the turn porar rlief.
10foa seaso vaitis morer fro lsko i ftetd hnm enl ofran s canr o n- spn to thero oo. o
rly otha fl ro ealie scoring oft peemal and-to h rnebsns fFoiafr aog ece wild ~ ~ ~~ aurt ofro thassue bend tuic whiche ina theoutu. "Och, niel '6-ilaeINooi sa.;
-6i ns e al vrie t e excetin art'es, Late dell Suchoc grve asft is hav decibd ripenintegdrac
main velo nearly togeher frndt swe tasin e ally the fitad secon, ouht toe pln d"grd
a id tsse spc an diess ential ioil i f aretb wrhw the value ofnt one crovo and s fast. ash dw we improtingth act rin e arly oranges fruito, s freentaly the fruton parto twey fo itoan d y ''inue~t l b sr o Thes other qusub ai et e op o f the lsted thre acegoeaeaei45tece aepab
bud Old Vini DucsimCrisingT u h offut notl thatbisnthes caned fl a Thysoudb o wh
old graua increaselite ofrune acid andl cosqun Astetesar oteedbdchs o gbt
be lter eili y -till thercdi transormdg e aer un ihlyteywl b n h ha ak a he inosgrgegnegaulynnot e a y _frigte'e has loi ither hare or-e sb
ees Portuga thr mid-easo class All have gahein the friltoo treyer hv sok
ti- merit andA ar type of numerous o ote hence. me through
rm ore ofay loa cevleito ar be wotv A o h ruen hte woody of e inerg ofro p rop ag ation.ab l t H o m osass rank hahnh e d t p h ul e r t r e o t e da eigt er ti i ed i
on este in wlavor Erene. HUBAD soil that ca be bete doih insi~i th formt a ls o'
nd~ of asheseoa tha thel hlow deayofth oo W gvet a h Wh otta ed Bunnh brushif possibleg dnoierte oeaiyr
Twdon egg poadnt e hieralf p int of gro ve n beturne ashesin to~ thzler s. pc lyfrflae i b

apee izhaigorish rade icteon a gtiter- eyl ti are kiliareow n they otid are asdllym s-n

ago~~~~~~~ bebcmsnieybid yeadth rowl aeteti hgrt th Fto dh raic thlI his other affltifons seemJoed al The way onthfeir we ls.f hen r vtmt their al on tatqarte
of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ d a hiraiyfo hmo h e ortas th oficae ofa thiNe Yor impressed erdnn Ferll en tione d he terinte his Wold acr I to a conrac mad miht as welmk1la
du~is fo the pleasure ofl be -otr i and one a t ltahi pra onthoIoeredi
h l loig ourvthas postmates en apitdinFoit m l ae magbo~u d e with some pej-.rsons0 in Ship p tuSul ly f u a s o s Snord Tame youn menle are alle anyalnc beun payabl grentn'
uuha Cou bacutvci.mute oan good we ls n d havexO The s woo s of os ba d folace, eles. ne rmv edy J..Btll, Malot crsi oho~oo Thebn ti
Au i Whdd n Cabot Polk~~a Taza o litl exite en waea sd innvnI m a to h
f Josep .10vwho as -one of'heao t onsadadslhr ho yt y, vic be wic JBagetr stnd commSsion, amounted to s Dagb
ev: lv r, i a c us 'no n fd d r unth ty isi c d Louis Blrauc re- 't^nnout hour thouthsam .nand e rl a~ wi II Gansi lad This r onding, hav ben bogt ovaiu
acit durin the pas week. Th e i
wit ou any just O n y on n i- o c m eceh s a e u h
altf hoeoga oter n vidua wasd awar of his inte tios n itms mrhnsa
riroa has bee cofr e twen hi e~ ilb a dtis fath r-i-la was h nded a l rta. swbines ev ex it omaownotg
4stoigi~pi m cort The firstee motae ke obuds hn pnoeigft oIaintae
8 o d ero s are then p urch asers.s T h era n A h h eil w as in o m d oLhe d p r u e o
s accrued~l t are toar beid take out. ofe Joy. Th ot wafhradol oeHw
are bidn uo n t heme w o m as th meatmarke and paythe nod ue o f onis canh e te enr elsysk The recivrsh p' ag e m nt n x M n a f o -b he s m axn ,ofr~~ cp ofbakc fe im e
t e f e tydt e p r h s r o u m n o t e t o I h n d o M r J o y p as s l a r n o t h h e ee
e n o a r p ~ l c h e S t t 9urs e l lo f t e ,a v i f i t y w e r e rel y ao n c o n t ai n s Toe m a a e n m k noo r a g s M A K E L0 b eR E
teprre Noh nhsd cd da r rto st l eave y fo several da s mage eggs and emty tsn o laebytl

m i e suistd o seve r a ad Iti nl mem durigohe as .e her h u b n p-ke so e r b e b n s o histrnk Jy raedon o hs at er- abo t ball ant inc in b godd il obifns oag r who lie icin lws. hose to roLmb for aned so r ieg nt esti nea the Asplag roadatet horse and. $10 without eihe the know clsel rvcsaant t
ite n e c h r c S u d a n i g 1 e d g r c n s t o f t h e o w ebS m r o pk t h e in e t h e n f r o ste z i n e dtg reen Du rin thir absene ia R M.Se rtthtG nsvlewsTooy cro deaeis f r neel off ll 'skouc'0

riAr aboutra t 15 and the ote two wor ofSupphelentyf. ige n
tnam, been lnjr- e wll L i likethe ish Sclie aav nsth.
P i i gI PU c u t ,m o t S a nd 5 yeir old Ite is rng ANDOsANGE SW N L .The h a s o h v n ct
&tW 11dre ofh s uc agssoud b r them grlean), tue rnd a un de adte'
in a s all on -stor hou e ds a nge o t h v l ayh e d w h cons pi i u the as in a netLu
ys ofe eac chl was burne int ar thee chieficcommodity thsya -haL.du rt
dh n asnt-oe af brknkrsn cany wasl andiv cosm rs-el harl they co-w i rd ma b teedora
them~~~~~~~i thel wayne ir te.ea byL u esfri th s cas their absenc ha How ho MAE LA.OST
F. ul Sp er as i t a litl be nt eitot co s i i usp i t s es orn w l ot e 0al Loa r d enn g 'n teToh ej i n n h iser i T heqe t r F l o r i f r e e c o s t t h g r w rar btc s P o y l
H Labs e e t rehsfaienc frad h ase ben ten milo ns,- a nd the buyer alod op prsed u c fb er Stierq thei r o, e E tal h a itreans, lettud ce, peas, snap e an fewS penrldL ies. te d a r whcon r c h aded er the fir. Spl m a d a lat s epua n e e da m etc.n, rmie nhstbefr te ncm iso o orelso odh m o oge rt ; ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ I eh patpu ehp h otfie omk hi sa rft hncvrcte ogf revery npsb ceiei j,
ble product of hisgarden are the cam ac w th e. Cifndiancombi. Th ie rade thtoy ani
a eatlIlsiate ab erswtvhih goesoft tt earn ofld t ei thrbas mucth rumboring oLa
eb~t ha bee supplied I i for the pastur~o Floid freez, and knoin h a h ysm ftewtr k
T efo m fewr vinesswic hotm erhs supywudb iiedfr e eii ftshisdr las pr dce L thIvoce. :hree qurt of thine rip blc-adtaelolftacran rc.T e Tepeit shv o
ne terezeofFeruryl smposile toage malon with out Aericnsan beenl heavie i a ever n51 Oie freeze cam th vi e0ee g o nf uta dtu nd t er at ni ntt haebA End te rut Fbgining: to set to, SiiyEhuad fbxso rii ee h ae'htf ooms ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l an udn ri eealfo hscutYowreimore an liss whi P l e teyin crybe ae d cors,"ndth erie wic Clfornia ma etid en u rch ehscniiu a r .we"N fi enjoyittg aror m b omfa fc u s it ot n~ef rC l r i

e xpetd ute abree oiso a le lsportg the imoteant h twocto ge pltherl ht ne
hp ndohrtes res b ooin forchrsgaeetdeie :effect upon T t e soil FI n3XZWL 4)ufactt
nW" h i-o' t-ndon ayieldes ftbat r moe than :ecompense wiic th grwi o ,ti rcs fe ortheirabs nce .T er maybe n o er, ntr a enscesi1yapidb fn
re uye beilptto teyars t with r din o h ciy cine W a e temrma n gicul- sisa
fae tountr sounds are thee swetes musicto iund tural miss is oband b heipvr
dap -o orchstr cany equal the0i n chohu thate thetin ishe soli" hc ti tasp
sy erd gie n h ea l e or ig ht I n h lo s at ponc betrd hep oesis. ak
a ..tteof thler ta1 toosom co nr'mn ntyfrdiin;n a nt alfii omenl~to feelet tih cihe to~ effect in time as re outo inf r i g "f ro
4 ife aad se drarosofhernselveou winter efortge ou repare al]eoeth bngahtws p.he rfected hte'~ro e 44,0
X, ~ ~ ~< Sindl o antiesMorequiin c an gr.e Vumer peopliero m iled wihav in elitywen (?ren he to llt
do fetlfes cxtra dishe. for their evig thsgral M .E isnsok o hstlkn m chnul h
great ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 maypipl eefltsca hneing the househl wor k Ame al l sars n, so they idh in reeenetote iet-efr
n- pafosmal pi ni in ,o m l c nea enough sc pe th e grahho pe tel gr ph th e it and
is eedel age l ha n t o eab e b O noentire aM ily o go Itdecn lg t theron phone-theou P nd wh re the simples refreshment ac- t rn mtter pan manyo the of is no W

flcial tt asriq tie o nu n 1ba e xpd nhe, tos poxrio s ible ta t h soi l tilesoff ture generm n
tha:eimpossibleiinenarrowvtown limits. Thol"points"oofsoil-fertilizingnvirusndnstthd emist
n es ml~te om-ad bea nduter f wt onufro meca feruties, 4 swa \zrplu anndv nt egi g ra d s e oo i s h c n b judiciously vaccinain g th i I pensej E it r
faii~ ~ ~ ~ awm srmAetete o ~ li or comonlaucle gte farmers land, obta the deie eu t
;e ife ar luxrie toe the wot tie ofbr ther~
li4reations of the caterer You cantw buyo blc -; t-*Mea- repifatue't t0 ric k i the ciy'uamn y ll o ta lorras eut re rrf
and-liq~i op o t niiay e u n jo oVsi bu th rc so r re a whwood 11 .L. I I no 't
3- inebra reqies "In de myec opno .oid Is jutDO htSB
wid ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 matte oflahlf tild o-tebrv ih ad e conascuenes andssdutytocnarnue able deelemet Unti a few years c in ih;Vey W~ Lg ea oc a el t o s i h th o pa i n o g t people -fu 'wh e country did'd c notrinsot
nt~~~~ ~ ~ aheirM olinL n hollife Nbt orthn keeo apersn knw of te-gast reourt rces so ofthuBlie
d youngiail andrul sob inelctal am io us.a; ran moeprIuaryoth onpl oe
'canae~~ ~~ hh eeyhn omPkhr btouseear nore matter how buecy,- s e e Wa we win ter m esort, o l say~ t of Faniji
ae b Lwillty'o de e ca th ete i s el what I you poveabu thrsa e L d fet
6tmeshn corsodecAn aten ing,sotn ohfscinteeaenn htwl
n possibleeve the metid ofhralmuns o re wis oideain t me r of t.emy
standing ~~~tondf ~ tnec~ nn M any co winte cl ma e Ofr courseLa dL the recent ~ piri 't Lr o .-I
L~ ~ ~ eles buts they deprivethee orgamz tationes coL0 spl not be take ahc 1 s a standarId, h9 na
carige, libciai iwn al ,L an18 bde ief entie L n the hands m o fng any one .ter att_ Lfrtlze
','L valudLlasswof womenewithout. TbecomincenarroweFloridasuffered like' the rest of the a ne~~~~autlfna n birn oRlhyjris l a te d i it s aims and, 'smeos countryI bu suc T. reor as thi will1 ,
o u r n e y a s m e eti n g e o p l e f r o m alll se c i o n c a n o e slu s rt il t I tgi A a
-with~ ~ ~ fvr :d ti o the con trylt and t o ans obseat c la oran-
4 itionfurishe as ooda reuge rom the "e e veloptment rvlo wine traveltoie fc al fommoplaess cth e sr -a d give h eatr Florid isl growinge evr yer There byr thes cevr mos nant th city.l Keepin watc teof te vso
Worrifth:L7 -nf nm ero prosis betrtanay a e many moe p opleaina Florda te this-h 4j0.s d n-,hesae u
mdracodn e 0 a aend gvesb qitb e much occupaio toyalhnalerao nd teewr her mind tL tin s hM or e last yer th n te yar ef ret atnd sc i
sh osesb#n e xr Juste fos soonsevig asu goaty0 od imes areturn and olt si ot s iatra j
Ilol-L f nepnlL-m-eigte VA o usNATIN rkN. ASal Sthe'eople ha efaelitte moAe onyyu tr
thwill and tha Florid wil not beat able toea a h
e) P which. d~lreatha al rom theht loricidc Aiuom lturct acr nog commoathe trshoerd whellh come soe b ad e y ela e fn not o y i eard ibrt. bt:joth O r- Evbi erhngaide ore wnrtenba y t oa hnaere nt l ipres e fcilitie are x- de toewm aorbent~ttte
sin-o ttries -a e s ellvd a cts ahrtei Id ef reditedntos A meia itrrsrs7adishtl 1yo
ftar u n q aed anyh r o e r thTh ey w ou d g tion "i e i v he i s e t
thil if eminatingtl fromit ote source rego in nfv o eratr ernwlb
ould be deidd So muchnori forton, ao repu-' e tx l a- y ndda
toatdprvty..M n. ilshvealoe, wel opee drawin everyl yeartins from new 1
ation-and am n ael-are on-ooa
this ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~ertr aald fromlrd ne setins We nlec li i aladinteetran dwards mdet, a
tIng a ineew with aiI neeppe re-L
ib~~m Wo mudi~~w7.o- tOL~aveO had a bla t o py uropas ice, .kphe sourceses tii
-hoosling~~. thisr yeards among who havest been. tas er cold of
n~~~~~~~~n o tont oe eyavncd iesi
tbu3 akui'Lh6Jit-g' ocalmitae. imoibleity The farountio n forit' Mr. "ite Cotton States and Itrna-iitoal St *e reit wn-npee
of her A .gil OL houses, im n fesmaifthe bo eacdal orea pasitscan fal fes ong tof make an ecaly se~eas for e faIsurniUsh~qu!t tid qi~o~ri4be,6W- limt~iol fnd~n e cultvivtedgn and prpaeed ois hc and e Florda. ouse, thuacnnd o th-i toa xe,ada'pat

to ea notSoa beavsoayoeth e r l.Jnay1t nwihdt h lrd
tuging_ ~ ~ ~ "It cppar toins o mch that the peoplelac g~en-s many ofti the isird wil lte the cca
shet rallydi-h~h-terfrsh ie arel j no t o eping ae withd cie sino hi ii o co et lrdae
a~ iir L roidd ha se l-crion portess Watr dou yo uy hinko an ulesL grjl mitkeThe Leptabl et
to ~~ h Stdea of vacciatin lan res Thret ex-olor Flrd seasonak wil open ciully au monteh untaota]inif
erimenterI seee has actually been made ealezetert rusel h xot ouleLi tatso e iriswal te Mn i th a sbucc esiche sobjcet ofwhish pro- tion wil hu be6 oftclclbeheeit*ea is ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ oiin eas is tt impov tht oinl of the too thseae"--oresoiei tat

t Iise and ju c, t oiofhel mo s esitself ithes ne ot com tor i A erica, fourth Am ria ue as oo i; c' n99Y- -1
tisatied~t S1. Michael' tofcen~ l bed very eaual an rershn at 81apon. eon hel
Vyier- bprdei r o glseongte r a eralt) e at ne ae te ~i-cocoa b en isaote szedof a hU eathe soilw
-- oge wtohris a, inthp e t-elyt an- isaon o t, rnges pecd nu n thredd I co atme in 1 p, h aeI h cko
y of th wild ime of Its sl wh m atrys phe nmin al ah nd clr h hl sti ndbitead w ihasr
-'3--would not naurll be loke for in t eail breaks when pinched lihly frtlz r hat.dmesiorc iva d
stics. Ito edsl also an id al s ip indr-t
A-ne l a, parent 5iroperysek ange ande wplboadt dslc rm a d tidrmtenb htcocoat graves e cup c vebar n
St. Mihaelserangesdpopulrzfavo as th be i l orange. and~al coco artae h en r fpatfo
ois~~ ~ a vey goo tyhe oide E.Sagnnesruht h hcgowrsi te t hi
bagis d in : hich teyt wer shied,and kepnv o
-m Oseoa andL a gra of Trees carrie beon theel top floorq and roastedi neat.-M
teben amd ndmoe om yar:ao, gen~ztleman e iin g Ther rasting as done in a cyinrialAmrianA dpl,9 bukw t comPpr wih naRicnaiceae esto y mcine which trns slowl aond o n nd hih las m- wt h regaded a newmetho of kep over. aC ii l coal fie The bea is roasted realu
cannot'_, e; re c om en e ing. peac tre elh Alb a ohe pumm rpose, o m ki gt e s lsso n A cop o
t e os ro it bl to pi e th ar u n th e tr e h e m u d a b r tt e th a N th e n wil co m of a il t n l l W sp eak s a
6 h e ls ora nge s h v aryi n ser a l ca lo s o f e rt e t o l m e th esey r t e r e th skill t I ie a n d c ar soe o f th ey w o kesa c e p a
pp ear n e ofuai y m so nd s the lirt Lae or h d t h ad theo mr e n com in op ay o the cocoa bean plane an ef r t cul t e a i
e 11 s t t e n e d t h f rni s h a p a n du n a p p a r n c o f b u h e ero i n o uwft e m s a e i s h a n d c l u t s r o n r o h
rn n 'i k iSm e r i ve y po -- to ok one and la u h, a T h e b t o ug htl of mt e r oaste ut b e j sr g t and .i u p a t o
med (No 6, roin b ri up ltea trno tree intr er when e roastedcoa ban hs r aken dout Ita ispr ng toe be su]~O-1
bleo mra rkies a m desnd t mlaean it health; bugthr wersenthiand pluced in laroe boxes 'bheyr mustl be growingand
t h 13 e l o n g ri u c p r o a i tr e e a n d u n o u b e l m o e l o ft h e a t h c o e p r o e r a o r t h o r o w i l l s u fe r u i a b e
te o th fier lavred Tho e wh s a s il st~ed1 the e- C iao eod
6the strin thauha relief that a a conid ne an th Aepeaentyteuae i ozoo ntme antm s he eat'ae urf
ned i u a n r ofbt e alth wih u he moun ofeeth as Am n the old grwrso"hesupe-Itwson wihit inei hasb ec m to be well nog -rpe t en d ea hastb o lon&otane b sh l f un
r-tngse wit Sbl DVe p beOS.Ho ereplyt ofte pach ree, bubopunehyrceort lw bu l nd there gh~

it w e m tre t o t tu sn t taluk el th at ths and without soil cultiatio forat years, agreeabl ons 0
e th r avlsisa hy pr veting the r ow t fth e fungus keep an go d ig reli po w ic he an ak s x
which pry on th root ofaes ti a e ca f eely spr a nd offer ease sp o t are ea
the' 'r o r o ud ng e edh lael low orert ovetyatin hi ch weknow graes Png muck' re d chle mod grenorci ,' ,Aianitoivaiey fUndte obeil i er sf ug l w illatonly gro ubnnd a clia bu h nvn at therotiscls is1 aesor are fedt.eeyi
thinskined ofen l- ombnatin o cioumtanes.Amog rcommendTed heni theil isd ntually su menadd
lr-n when marenfn o dothe h nsthe y s be nooe r i & thfsrrtiniline cows. ,e r d
On~~asl lowak ore ham mheck facetl oft e eat ard i ure o n t e s e
ten prvertnd rtn dep t he would euder. aacu d t B trcnrep rm ns at t e Aa-li b n lu
s et cre d sp.I nieyth tf ni udfnd acisatis-dbama statenexperiment station at Au- seeds whenero
ikeas Ita hav disino fac or home. sh pp n r n as wrell as t elsewhere le h e on c ffebadh
ut soria, pe r oteraioy o tog tb rig ptetuk ftes no l asflo l n severe prun- po tn su pe nn 1iea'lo ac
seg ent. E ceping a d eing te srfodpace oots with it ng o f ro the. nor s from cocult-e n
a ing heI haes n oatwsdsru iv t hath. Butng vaton about thed rot wihtenlw
pigPrua ropgt ion the bury ing ite i s t the reso tree It may be sad.alo ht o ecdel sooh sinandsoid conidrabe eph, utfro te act regula puig of The eIans HonreM
and rienn ini mid thata thionmrwigrosd otgt togtfo ,wietatbt iead oges in
air. Thes young growingo roos are quait of the frui wereimproved b grsioaD
and god baei'.amota tte ee ie, an theAD trhe losetpruning;gbu wl rths bien the ct ee
t at th ilfc s mudo arhaon h rn ol as quin edic, ore deie sharply, then es trip and e.
we0t and hihflvred nott in. the, slightes degreea inuetee at nte eprmntnhwta te Tm a
It to beam outer roots. retooc sidb the to.fb removalro fs nd bsns
burie itais ooar getolemaveaspaceg frThe areint istoe in th prunlings eathrhil op id aroun th rnprasbuliga de o av dqaecmestini h itrb
ripnin Porugaor dry walld wiiretokehteerh teicrae'ieo hebrynri he alhlndt
aina~f aring abit nr gettingnt n reate tru nsuttis is muppose improve n o l avr oun itaiodn teseils a men ay beg casi of ntta h at sijros u o nisur elu httesumrog cvrterls lvewa hancefr ae r to1o rel rve an cafie pure wine s aedH sgetd
ner heNoter lmi dw itod ai andw tho of waerenog evene as prouct ofuheunrued resltro.te'
oagscbo to so rcall ned I laslayt lwo i olwn ie hsapa>t eoeisac efvrbet
t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n haespia or t eac te.Tese earksy Arle suggest whre t iswlpnuh e aureosabfoutingthgreateiso
tikeytop o t Mosthi ruitin a rtoe nafariutha p e r, t Saehr wyol sitig hriiprdcs l
rtaing hato the apl brer. and thek mAkiSon as conenence or yourcelf in theseono dditi th patwn- e bore haeberet ot fth gatern the friade. ov the Wohis

TRWI-1 6MA VAidlif 'righCto 'demand inadl4nne that .. ....
;she CnI ers, pro essi6n all i f e she,
Ahall ash 300 pounds in ak ea t6l Th rl J
Hm-a 71
never '400 1) e Amu
mariythough.tbe n atter of the Use drunks of 'this per Acre inth n4w-S? LQIN frohi J666)6
iqofmfia6 recently snggerted relation of marriageto-her profession furrow under the potatoes.-, The same
nable bontrib should surely be xbrIsidered by'her ): e- mixture used at the
ution'-might be rate of h4lfi .ton to
fore she enters upcn her--professional will his good cabbages. m ; ant, Hovkoti
ji A opW-cu entlit-erature the shapi UP
career. But,, whatever her. blaDS 'ah4 Our truckers here-uever I
on !I% e Dignity of the Di -use, on. Car y
her perform an aes,. she should ia ever, foxw cabbage lessthah'a' tcra.peracreof- higli T ORA.NGE fi]&QTEX her Table ', J hope that he may some has,'a hornip7anct 'e n T Did DN'
get that the woman who grade fertilize, n. Nou ca use: all th6- kE 1 iiiT ALA
--daf write such an article, aiad I *ill'riot keeps -it well E d no n&rrow '8phe'rei. An manure of.any kitid1hat you please ou "Tim Pnfrxlpkj F ONM'- t
ftby gtvihg advance sheets to the life0% I'sometime's have thoidghtjoas'L cabbages and your land. *;a'very:' 1WT-PXd6PXATX XMZK,
1publJ6.- -'yet in this age of clubs and so- have :heard wom 'make o'k-u8Lic ollu- ought to be I bod ca1bage land, T3U SUGA t F4AXTATI
en: rich 01
."bieties, wfien we are all, president or sions;, 'what wa8!.Qnoe.tho htto,:bo, The best edy thAtU tzleaz
q 4ryof somethinz.or Other, and our w a
%06841 aie_ bec, Oman's sphere," though some tre- -forthegreen wormsork caba ge., is;alr'
omiug, mere pacesin m6dd6us so' jal and' p i1xed fii about 01 VEGETABLJE FAILM, OF n*zMA
hysiological up- slacked lime and, salt. n 71-:,
-whic1f I'
0 B eepAnd bank away our clothes, hea-yal had liaft ailAudh opinions t9, Se' ind spriAkled h
-we Lenough just 'to remin& our I equal proportions, I on t e
st died iii. theirf&sslfl remains. inAhn plants.... It will destroy, 'every laiva thiii U
to the center, of the 6urata of anoute grown past, that by. im-, 'it touches. Freq,ue'nt llght,6p llcmiobs
rse she sitswho rules over th6tr own V ril f"
plication.thdl areslanderlug J .
3ep them dowh. I h;,vevm6n
%61asichold.,- _:As she prides 'at mothers. A d' r':'_hav'e sometimes con
gotten out a -biillbtiii'6ii'-,' Tr a'bki ng in T1
i 1he table l -she, 8itI4 in-Judgment over jured 6pAn.finaginary faceia place be- tho South,"' Which will' be4d t to
products of, many thousand shle the spe ak eri.s-a dear,, old,,wrinkled Noith
Carolink farhier fr6C.6n appli6a
We U'abor, LRer demandfQr a differ-, face,'WiW gray hai a &*h r. n ite cap and ticn to t e -director .0, this, staticin
Cut (pality'of flour throws1he millstones speat cles abd, viewifi# it with."Ahec '11' B B- ttl d 6 par ies.outside the 6L I . U ei an
out and brlugs'th rollers into a th usand ; ...
face ber're ih6, *ith.f"tuies: too haid, State on reek-iptof dents It i's w bo'(Jk "t
Heird'elnand for a different qu l to wrinkle easily and.with wrinklesbare" f' t lias: I ii ficill
'lty,6f napkin and, tabled loth,, anticipaA. o 'about seven Y pagps,. an. .1, P.,
fully c&red for, with false friz es and, Sweet
fn hor, IDquiriesa nd, those of ]her siste
r8: Aorgnette, E ooompauidd 'by &'masIculine. states craftwhen the 6. is ab: e . . . .
two years ago, 'hwi caused the coltiva,..'_.voide- 6-d
n. a stride, have s idthat it tne nitrogen in jb6 soil it, 6easofis: o 'a ter. tiola pf 'flax of diffe"retit- fiber- and fli 'w.itb all its de"
0 :Sys M fects'was not natie dry. and We t. we tth'r-et edtioii'6fi ifis-witb:"ifew loonies. betterradapted- than1he one designed
silverzharket, 11-tictuates wivh:her do be fo D., us, to the making. of R
mand for more or less 'of Thelower, dredgeof the East Coast
plate..;,Tne sweet. mothers and. grandin others (and
fowls, Of the air' and the fish of.- th6sea qhat meabs.the making of good hus- Cankl is now in'the creek.commonly
_.. zDd'whatsoever passeth through the bands and sons and fathers) theiAppear- known as Lake Wimer., The twa dredges
I'IJ Ihs ci the .6ea ail-these, are brought' ,an 'are lessAh&n thre6.milei
ces are d ful b dnd tlie-;yVid6sd 'Wilen
erapprqa1,-.or -Ai6approval, and at stretch of the prif 46,'and there ils4w6d
s6ehthe-other day by I c9pt Geer, on of Nand GLwXoVi8ion.of the staten -whic 1 1.11 11 '.1 ,, I __tdoa or are allowed, to re- thena du -her ength geventyl six:feet in.
come to us on, authority hitherto g, I I J.,11
"J- ti in--lile- liberty aD& the pu t-i PJ T 0RUA J.rsuit of hap coula ed' d'thi 6 be Adhour; At this rate -it is thought they, wo
t goo ata ysitein: may
V r, dependent upon her. sole, judged',bylts fiiiltg. CongregationalisL will, be together An less, than 'a 1116tith,
;P!69suie. Ifsilie.demands quail on toast;'
i i li vtys:th6TIropical'Sun As soon asthe
seek quail I e](. .- 1. 1 1 , 0 1, 1 1 1,
tilrinith'eir at whev; slie t" dredges rhe6t L the Maianz
l--,fwants, can yas a6ks. Ten t 'S
thousand farmo. down to the:'Bay'and- work, northward,,
o d s of-turiceys,, because they ::,v.
ers rear ro whil&the: Biscayub will work on toward
1av6'. learme-&'that JIVTIIAnksgjving she' Trointhe Uuiahst.
Pon _fhik andL C k-, L', the south from "New vriver. The lower
ey a 'e DO SU ;,,,Th weei,. otato -Pan hardif h'ave too 0
difghefdemdes portl I no 1heroute.thatbetween ew. 0 1 T
Ao aback irc:' S f N
_lnuph atttmt1op In a southern agrioWt
,tbeeustonas-lof Meirie-England, .and de river and Biscayne bay, willnot offler '"AV, 13
-mraljournal, and this: any '"AV,
year its cultivamafudsthe-YUle log and the bpars head,, -;_ -_ '!
conil n g'- a n d serious, obstacle tb-tapid,::a On
'i'e'ud'Will be T6rth tion, use, andstoraire,'_afid ,c6h ration d Poid A J
T be __t ;'WhicY& bk ERLY, 'Q6il' lA' t'
W ill h"8 lhelhckin'g, -spi e o eg-. of,,:new varieties w "erve more a re are butherous:s T eams, g
..te i b&:utilized., It 4act 'itl i8Aiow0k -own son*flle Fl'
n 1. 'Jla reply A,
tion t an usua o" an IDL
fl 'sb oj8sks, for her hata that, during th ny,, se asomi- high
lj d I 'I 'd F' o ra.i
es. c y. n' Ome'-an arml, Mr z missed ,, ; TN
initt sol)gbtrdslose their I", au
idej largeboats tki
c an in itko": the P1,111
kn6wlt,"the woman at.t.he head imes the followingii.a dable suggestions,, J
bf the i, ble ha I s a re I zin I v of th- sjg d which those about to plant will:do. well si e froth the Baytid NeW;river., 136. A
-'s 11
is proVable.the near: future Will soothe
upon -her cofmrna66. 'The !Joibb CENTRA
insider and-profit by:
,:,V',butchLer, bakerf, the candlestick Eas., Coast Canal'open: to t bib.
potato is'largely, madeupof starch ra, ta
--mfili6r,,and all who go off to th fair ag T ble''_ the plant to 'yUlo?,,Advocate
-And Ifisulat "Rallfade"
obey er be if 5'hegr''ws weary in a ar, -1 .: -,
,s opo ng ana,16buiplains because, com store Ahese largely is Illeeded Jn
-p lled to go'-fr6m-store to-storeSor differ- 90od.,proppr.tion;,' Butjo',ena6le' the
beexm Ther']UH& A
Ieutl h 0es', at_ her-Wo 'plant to U66 th6 -potash I I
puru rdi 4s, by the it must
6te1iufo'i igorousgr6wth. :W'itha'dtte
A] addin' lamp, the great de- v
'she amoith'i of"nitrogen and phosphoric acid
st or6'aiises am rom it. T
10fificago, St.
furnishlber ,hbuse 'from, 'g- Plantsia.eed-a balanced food i.ation-Just. P 97
-arretto ',Qnly line 4ith rouKh filtrhan
e1hiDphave come because as much as unimalH. To plantslike the n S
Tbe -41 rs -ot;!i VI Jje t6T' New
laFgg perforthem,-or because, me' sweet potato which Deed a Wn
-an-tict' A_ d h: ben i age of potash, 'stable manure is. 'not CAVEATSTRADEMAR 31
,pa e r flipsunken wish,.
Tboukands'bf finCh. are' cuageli'ug their Trop:E, Iv balanced as the, nitro n. is4n COPYRIGLHTIIS
.- th. I CAN I ORTA'IN A' PATENT F,6r)a
ib-, "V40h4iYut endeavoiifiz 4 oxces sof the othtr'food The dar-mers
,f,f b t answer and an honest qlAnion,
v hatwillb'e h6rden ftnds.iii.thi are right in sayingthat'land made,,too W?kN .
1cVUU.9 who hhvo'had newlgrty, Yearz!
ull, h nriettk experience in the patent busmess.
of rich with zn nure will cause th analtutoft-,
ash,6ilk, dott6dm e potato
e, tiongHttletlyconfldential.1 AIEI[anklbook bfln) I
'd-Ist''r that f,,There.)would beJess of formation concern ,
ge; so_ goes go 16 run tomines;
-wben sne, eig! g Patents andhow,=,o
__sbe will "It year h to recti f I y th Lt_thistenOency, ofopurse,, if the-manure tain them sent free. Is6a cAtaloguu of rn
ence,, leal and s clentltlq bapkssent La
ED h' h 'Parents, take. 'through
sa &00'nditi6. 'in wHich ,'if6tWiffist d;iug is reinforced wit phosp oric act' and &
app iba- FpQtldal notice In the ScIentille, American. and T", shc" finds, lierself, seiftfwffu:7 6t'gshl but ileill ; ith th-64eaVy -'I' runs are brought widely before the -public *Ith., A
-a Of -having,, nothing' 'tioh of. &Lama, inalhdre-you, will. have aii inventor. this,s9i d,
Issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, h y
Ul-tWd precisely" wha t she- e, excessive. Vine -,grbwth;, OneAhing. is largest circulation of, an Sqi0l)titic workpthe ,T -11 World. !S3 a year. 6atnp e copt08 8
sii'e, might ed in your, soi
.,wisJus be -thlnk I This is' ent fy 0."
1 9 1 -, 1. I I I Bull% Kdltion, onth $1.50 ym IN
a o, cople8,"Z, couts. cry uk
want; er s, the Qk6en., OtL on as
h sup enle Highties I drainage. T46 sweet potaio- bji is'.a b as
IV be'SV bnL Wei pla (1gr Bbpfn
th Dihn&-T&ble et s6il nevb -6 13 th g Vw
uses. a plans, enabling the
estaesign=d ,ecureoontracw,
Tile qiflewiloh ,'Are not some wonibfi' 'Isoils'thai: kie'fii6lined' to be'Wet -Nrw YORK"
b6tt6ri informed tb a n swell under: drained. Turning under Am.Nx
K.1 vqte,,;q rld therefore ought a gq9d orcip.6f peas, should not Only sup7uot'ati,:vfomeifto_ yote?" is no more per-, ply humus, but also as ind6h Dit ogbii as f
-flhefit'uitu t eqdes'e n Te ty6t s M'e' thp crop needs, in the abiseifee ora p oil.
"w6men sfr6h er, 'mbr cal ablb, and in CrOP'a cOmPOst'made bUthe'iakings -of. ,
,,better health than 'some men who plow, 00 woods,' leaves and'itiold !piled up' in.
and-, therefore, opg4tfric ', all, women to the Fall, and mixed with Lime, and_ applow the question is rather whether' plie d heavilybroadcast all over theland 4!
W h s i's used''
,s 1!1 cahbot'd6 b'ed'r' "'heth6r-it is not will be, best. en thi' s& er J f
T-b e th n the furrow. 906pbabdis'p er acre, o at
otter for ,Z o C she shalll' remaiia
_itia-Rphere-wheresheLcan exert n,,bette' TuLxture of poundB, of acid phosaL
more potent influence? Artetnulq, -phaLe and pounds oX, Muri&fW of pot-War&wished thp.angular womaniwho, fash. I preleir, the MULriate to the kAinit, 1hWISR P*0
brandished 4 at him Yai- ,as you rge.percantage of po h OCR" a WW.
While she talked of "wornants .,without so hiuch salt but if liainit "is: _14
to ,o ,Or raleg kvid 6t)) K,
spear, rememVer when shewent into used Lw Xlt in the leafmold com
-he wast not a post iiistead,6f
so asto:make 80 pounds
'pidkerel 'Very manyauch4omen have the 200 pounds of the -muriate. The: "I:
needed e, buC th th adMopition, e e is an- muriate costs about four times as much:
Pei to S 11
4bd' ihin to 1 e m the kainif, but you get'
me'rabe2ted, whfc is u Ou M
r -r6 y TRI US' iD HOW
",tfie:- L-
very'L"WIde' and- elLitarging- sphere
apart actual 'potash oliaaper -as you do not. 4L, s 8.41es.
whioh'w6rh fn has- have tj freight all that salt. The salt
ma Jfom publiclife ew Chq) e and JA.-'..86ok on Ca ... Curb of Pee" CO,- tg
will,-however, have no', injurious effpctl,, Ol't o 11fiefif aud lar 11& V
I 1,anfdLits, dat eig, Ist-ateg. You' ,v,&11, got, t4a f&
if7, Weilmi Rupture MAILED F I RE E I
'one at t is, day won d 9ppose.wq- Xed in the 6olpo9t but ma than
man, a en rahce nt6 Jife wiid.t6ieleaseany ih8olubleLLpotA8h in.- S SESTLi t.16 Me
pub c ,and three -h ipota,
of trIfesoil, andthas In'time to 'make the- ARTIFICIALUMB wo, o- Ru talren frdm plants ixiownfln, 6 nee:
sizable __ I V
-bar Foat, $60 to,$70.'- Elastic Stooklhga Silolurkwiselyand T s6f ,Pq6rerjb, f
.,_pmash, I not coDven eat nrtart, Crutchei Fr". Cajatoguir,,, Sit a," th1q,%T-y,0bliLbb4;1O
)08 nissprIngt enma e, ,VLL ke h4chhii,6ran
to k puti ulers, 'GE0.*RJ
': ,
Rx-, T


ey begin to chwage f rom green'to'red-, roots $40:06 Planting the same,
-$5 0. r afff Db
t owu near t e roots,-and-wben th 'On e aoi with'caie audaftenii n, ifll,
A JL, tJ
brown .color0 tendsupabodtsiX 11113
'test slicess
in the ro6ts 'the fibre is in the
condition, and should thenbe harvested, 08
to give the next crop a chance to grow. Plowink per!acre ... Ar'diRecepe-by mail--j1i A I f-. .....,;-..-.; ..... i 06
The )rouhg plants begin to mak6 theii Ho .1, 11 1 -ftijly P C ked in Sp4nish
appearance the'same timeth.6 tstaifas Fertilizlnk.
6 s 1 7
J)n *-bti' ', pam:ph]W on h6 stalks apd "bL M
617 theold at& 'of'' uug- ---..... ,.. 2,0
Iks show Big a seeditid, Cutting
o6 tfeatlon of.the *p of W6. .00
j7 Dei .......... 1
jWrjtten,bV MT. 81,,B. -Wh6ii'the 666dbegins in ure, or ripen iiF io
it 'FudinAd)J, on burnilngthed6huT6-7-'
drf isiana, and published by' wdste stalks 6 b&li e of coal. ..... I e
the 11b,, becomeE coarser, and the' talks or r Is
I Ite "o
bi- sendlout little branches that make it Halings ... ................ 150,
-Ne'Wtof eanS_ The bampblef CTwre%,-ic
0' de ortidate.,An Pabor Lake
of difll6ult' 0 d alsa 25 00
0 d I
',-40nBid44ble lengthlLupoliLthe profits,,of
; output o mixe Abrb Which lowing 4n bne hoe ng is,
,5,7-4hd! Ind ustry,, statistics th,
cannot of cit
be' nb r asariable doubt lhat the. h T be. No ste a d
ne goo a, a6n consecitently, IS ndt as requ red for the, dultivation,:after t e.
be. a great
vali i The outing o :Jhe' flbrq trifling, com
41id ition to'the-iJadu8tries ramie is, started is, :Ver N
't ATL-A. TA -A,:;.
Of t ,IG
,this State.,
should' be'don'eb&i&,.?th" iAi 1 6gi : t-ared:wilh catton. culture.
is- w-Diatter of :6xlierimient.rano
I A, highly Qlas, -Southern i erg
While wie,'do not say t inl a at) rit. of, Or. L't
f ,;'the Vksureof
-carpingor, icism;,or Ii d froin -the an d -Fabiily' -Magazule..
H old the top of the stalk. in -the left The following data, comp le we must express the opinion -- t - --.
r6au recor 8' 6A J
ha'aid 'and With the right hand strip A 'we h r. d acksonville,.
thal It is, a fortune to'the tate an
tl period, gi 'the EA YEAR;lw t e ri xp I erime, nj the leaves by passing it quick y own Y v6n for
-It6,p6ople li Flo 7,
Ah lk j Ue 17
stion-,h as', Do t-e xj eri men te d a long this 0 sta o the root, and -cut off wit a mon hilamed, and E ski ng cArqtoPg a interest in ant dipatih,'
ap "ife bovq. e and t &,,t e motel', .. SafripJ6 Cop
o esten ceqts Ej'q ntramie, but tkht
hairy net wor]K,01 roots, as t ese-shbuld -Por -Prinium to' Clubi
any other. products" aiid,'diops of th e 'Within whiolicsboh Variations On I dL"' '
be e Tang
'our people .know, j iiurnedja e ly coveqd up with in anur6 I 1 1. -A- ress
41 othingj., but ih z c, -11 - '" ep forAheconiffig or
i 11 -- I t inay be expected to ke
to nsdr, er rop. op o
w ijJi inightLprO Ve of the.greatest va ue
,L to t tender part of the stalk and make the month, of Mayfor 23 years. W ARREN i
espeeianl at thist*
Ime. f XNVI
the paii1phlet above keferred-to reeds into bundles o 150.
reaping ma- Meanor normal tqmpei ture, 75 de q 'j.
p ie pip t chtnes or self binderstbe same as.rice or grPes,,in,, the,, South
Sendig-Leentg for list R(id %
0 r The Warmest month was.,that,,qf,1872
is pperi however, to say that Mr. lieAtthus bringing, the cost. f.harvest or,&' YeqLr,-81.o
eniurY' -ifi 'ef&ei16e"tb the -I g -rop-t Ahesame maximumo willi,,anaverage of 78. degrees.
o'. B U I BS
of p tlk R RAI
61ultvation of jbe plant.,haviDg passed -peniae. : It!ckn bpjpgt wit any, ,reft c ;desvmonth-,was that, of 891 ? Mid rekis, Out -61
I iu .. 46, 9temparallel in an even with an -average.of 73.1egrges., ts ex erimentalsta-ge, raferJS,, to,,L6uis,-- 149tWil I Yt
iaiaa-and.thab section, of the -!S6uth and swath The at ms are fed into the ma hehighestjqnrlp raturef was 9 de4
-not to Flori& ,, a fIrst. grees qnimay,2 j7l&78,that Chine, witlithp, small end
7-what is tr ol bpui Thej est1emp.9ratiur! ..w s4 A F!R-.',,'. IT$
ue, sianw,,w -,true WE 6 diegr
of, Florida.. T1 As wilted.siemso nnot--be decortic4ed 011, Y- M -894
Average d a te on which.first llkilling'l
andiowilaglb the. imprssIbilitv ,o I, pre l .4 7
brejrlom, allthe- frost occtired4wa-utumn-December
paritig ill green.stems bea VEC FETA P ;S $
GUL111VAT f w. L T
16iql w-so is -,the', Stalks Should, be Avprage-date on which last, 'Xilling
placed in aWetting.pit (6 cubic yards frost. o c.q uPred in spring February 17,1-1 Fot loifrofit
Theacelimatftig test And experimental q
', gtage as :'i tentt andlined,-,-Niith:-'e6 ent)a d'the CIPITATION.: sho-ul the' ottrn eU b=M*
W, ave posi.- PAR al''th
add. the best ami'm st te
ow mixture ed: 5 e a 'i the jr ionth' 4,07 inches,.
tive proof that-froin the rapidity ,pfthe- Ing pounds'flour v r ge fo z. 'authority obtaiaa"
'Milphal-, 5 6imads potash £schAr. b
growth of-raixiie; two 0 ropa akezbbtaih Average num er of days. ith- 01iof
coal (piI16 Or W11-10W coal: -is ,preferable) 'h 6 0.
b after'th".1, t ye r, annu, taiy, With' an i c 'r'-more,
Each:Vdt Will hold, about 3,000 pound' t
-Lan, average yield of 1,500 to 5,000 pouno a The .'greatest, monthly preolvi a lon.
een ms, and in about: 4our or 0
of dryrib on per aere six was -d iichisi n 180
A M the rottit 'WilLbe Jlnished, 'if.the
1,200 rkiuh or 4The'' hist 'ye8 i a crop,.. .9 h 1 fest monthly pr8cipitationi wAs, 4 TAND.8 M EMOS TIN v&.
..... ree'dware'14]- t, boifire& with 'Water; Th
froui, good, soil .proppi:ly pre d I 1i deab pi=tical I k dth
t. j- 1, fruits and vegetablIes,
dl'es'i at h ak tlod tregs, shrubs and flower
6, "o ems oanA evlibalt en:out' T ount of precipita and covers the
I I 1. he greatest am,
preparing the fiek],i,,deep plowing- is very, eally
Seiitiaj. ; ",,B e Lfor6' bedding uv. thdi'land',. Part' recorded in any 2 1.1 u fibld of hortiftillurelsystbinati
h11Y,bp6m6d,;;&nda6V up 4n. conical consecutive o r8 and t .orougbly- Ite illustrates and
to dry L'an de methods of ultiva,
st 16k bes
when dr, was ino es, ay
run- 4 or 5,furxoWs with a,,1sqppteT,-p o 1Y ban 28 and 29! ",tion, improved Varietlesand
br-half ShoYel,,,,th6ljL'USe riiiijk P OW tored:foil allbngth of tI 'Nhihout :in' 66 ; I . I I I saving do--ices,
J!8 It is,4ith6ut doubt
j ry th the flbr The. ban also, bUDS,"D WEATHER.
be d' "'ll to' 1Wt,.-rowhsln to"the vata,,when ti be; 'of bl" da,
no ln use;, Average 'num
arrow t e
amd-:*he'-n: tbttedtheivstema-will. furnish ;ko partly c oi4dy dpys,,14' c1budy' days, 8
mellow soil ceyie the tiabduvoji&lialf pe'r dent: paper: stoo
roats-,iii7veces 5 or (3 inches, long, and WIND.
wbrth Miout three 66
nts per-llound.: Ai en.
rv in the -rows d een from a
drop about one foot apa The p evai ing win a a e b Poeftfi copyandZO-Page catalog c1.,,-.,'
Lthesame:time, the -,entire liquid fur 'horti o tpplfcatim
Plant culttqal
and cover abott,,24'inaheiI; deep. o1p, FREE
the northeast.
dishes an: nt. fertilizer z -which can
excelle 1: the win'd wAs; 11kn WI 6 enin
heliigl es ye io p 1 7 0 Fulto St ,X
T t ty of
be ust d iii-dry .-'Weather.. to-'great advan-weather a warm, M -3
m, a fromthe southwest, oil aN DENVEK:
audif the q CHICAGO...... 1. Bed by dompbsting- wi
-take, or can be
-to come. up R I RMAIN "'i 10 ONANT f0fC)AR
he young plants will begin 1893 'E
'oo*- oiher sia li itire, afwa h
eight or t6n -An even. Stan A, .i i Ar 13%ureati'
Observe We th W
avoI flng p:(g manurb. LF
very. esqe j jzf 1 9
.. ...... ...
-sfraiglit roots and-even 6re, Andit ia, 1 Ole U P.
ro TV
WO eep+eno gh,158'
i fertilized after Editoz Z
glild, q4quj&be qousehold Department:.
I "'. ... -., :. I I.- %. h 'i E
a I Je' hA:nd -ey.IpXy:qut ing p owipg., ge, rees.peeiwt j:.1
-that "did not'jUoW :,Wh n d ordl t
A" 2 I I t Pede
I- I t e I~- I., J: ':
16 ofi&i e a th as larin!
inches %-Buri ,tpg-tl q,;huidy-,-or wood e work o 'I.Viorid
andl ose of our W( ri who. L-INE FROM
t1theluL arts to.' i .e L
h -x- works tIll sqX-yes. as fuel. to run Jhe engine;
kna iffilSts very impo ant;' Throw t -and3he ashes are ;mixed, wit %,e erly'andneatabdiAth; COLORAI T6. 7
cow.. or n1fic gently equ Pi
pl emises w 0 we fiv TEXABAW) THE
il back'beiid thC young, reed-do*ri,, ;other. stable man aieandspread over. th,e' --ill d 11 to h e tile bar nsand
so I t, I r ;. I
otft li oftseo a newli whitewashecl- ence%
-the W'att-t--;h1ftovIv cover wit SovrHMITHQUII
2" soil. -.,-Kennet and,, cotton seeo' medl ',fiffly ba ykr euce&,,
in d1k I d f There iA
Ving -three or four' I too espec
thT& S of o&ld a a0y soil fh t adds: so Rve CHANGE0FCAR8,"- '; are better wi
juc L es I of, the top unaSVered; Dri 1 ms: nothing a atly to.the appear. A"
:The; ioiay, loamy, sdil'--yieIlds e the.,,Jargesi an6e of a back yard as-nicely whitewiwbed
jldlfl ll'andtin'A IeW weeks, ,,tbey tae B1104rrEBT. NF:
ouiiti.offlhrb.: Th jejy-exh tiv Ofcouraewh6e,:Paiiitcan,
root wad b in rowilig ILI sh an. be a6rdied -it will be given. the. preter'ence,
iAt f the planV'exr 1 the'.Jmpor BEST, 0
ure.o p ains en IVink und
Ll!ydu Will hn.VeL .planltiljig' for j n 6 of each ; 'b
0 care -manuring or fertilizing. hovr t I'se(inis to be theitntwr
-years. IR member; deep,'plowing, is the- best to a tain it TO tex9li, Old iia!Wd
Thd"plintineof row fat
Ife of rami'6 ',,black eyed mar Seems (lut
-14' alid'it"Iff Well tblee taht factor'of. our d a i y;life,, pain t LL,
i- pbig Kfieith6 fall dtittitrk h the, rrows,. -of tb6 cpe f bo want toget
ohes free from: hooi: bei een fhe ivwg ktion,,, oil tbo6e W "d'lso
66II'-afthelea ..
anexc os e
e &iil ttiiit6 ow
to, Ad mitlight and' -moisture-. 'Thls
Ing them alider in tb.6-springj -ind also 60dl y ofd" wiii follow,. this. recipe
-t lifi odeof culture f0fqe#,% cots to'grow,
tticif6 iii Into: it-, C14390 tubTIdLa., of jilnp, add,
affords pro o e rami 'Peck
Into 'the' Soil'- thereby- endbl' e- stitobi e hot stir io'b li thet..joyy ticketrandu
oi roots in a Be en iigh
fo'atahd A severe drouth as'welf a's 'tla"en 'a': dd-hot wa ter
Rainie will L L 1 1% viethe U.Tp; I)
iertil' .
th izers. to penetrate to a' stand abGut the saine I enough t o thin;
Kree 6f, cold as s uigar. cane, or spa h Then give ev rytliffig FL good ose.' You j" j-, for fWl
ghteran vhevr
1 4ve no idep bo,* ljaucbbri 0,
e, ore,
Jai ev arythinj,'w 106or, andtb'J
age M& ,Willtqv, loum
4 .
55 11
-Y _VK, e

agipssenge rfln m ngro th g8lg~pe i 11 o rIbuine
System. TheRakyby ta-cd trol ihntecisd-d

adustr tob0i h saeo con- is fheArl m si of' th eBouh- ith X :
it was before thered Deeme tido~fAlna Ga. Theret is 01o
t i y. Iut wille take on yea onl to iltstato ofa wafbaap, m
xx ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ Hrl month ago. Thi istedi- teeyfth beve;Hl
em tbeweven tei twoindusris Ao tor neieve do. Th artcl isto

i~~l-SOa thbst have Set one, out aer Stoe -iv Cambref deto of' it mosti rm h
L ak sh s poonts Meanwhileor thosewl winter nobe
Go erors esa e, sas h t e hit a o for t the nril abeu pth u g -tni on, left lumntione, two thtn.a donifyo sci
bant qusintoeofariraux
dwssion and th;oetelcin.e, oth contry nd Wltet ul htbav added a third,,i eq aldsecir oru aei aigs
bant,~~ alestalne setesn avo caibte o their rec esF~m coite and O EIpdtr fen eor: nobl fec.t s e il s f v -bl ag xoeto t er re
f~E p ra c evenid Phan the"ton twolatd -, ast6,t l tbel Trpclbupu ls e
*fi th Naionl Au~clifti 7 ti bye the Tie s-Un ,Io ade we are I. Mnloetdca ring e th t.Ne reented heirrngthou ; mo.Vthat ever new comer who bas to l fl dm o "0!-A i ae ii n tr we kied t o'ia-ai -t
ro ru n n hi' g a d n wil so td a di e ad ei e to an ex o
z- i: -~~el n e t the Ph'rr, oi nparItO
hen Flosng raffFarme an d Fru t thae a o te Tropic l ut 11Ma ou , ''te Th e g is e fatu s f tal ala for ver
S&BCKIPTIN, 0 'PE -A XUN: ig a r el 'ald enran succe i nte at isube- of thCity: t h te, fan the farmesa d bette whc is thenle oficial organ..Grd" ofd that~otl n fact.. W e dor notb needsrt n it; bd L d e o oor d N w-e
. la~rke seveal' plants thatr wiltkntAreizna, hw as e ni te .reot Put oda ony $4sa
al plants," sotv that. someguf i beeitihacheeotwth ra
arisefromits cndemationof, te 6 advndeet f or o ld in e nn Entereeme edtoia frind A.tolce~ Ead oaeuFl
'assee i I' n ~edio of. theRor tfC'o h hon- m o~etbndn'hm
3es a ra il roa agnae sv i y ar.f th ae .nd exlepttonoer n h
-oikla aaInteT 2js town Wi na Tamp undernxou rokm n Brt eeirc r w
n ialstv win of'ti the latssem. co- P oa imh prn issues ofthtofRe- sevswths eekr; t
d o leedl out" beor the cit mbter asocliaton of antis new oner e i ual sch nwcuty edib

I ver il b t an iie sterol o".loa lutation bea dwrr weaia, sendis m hi oursiceeeo,
paethe twoieat Elattst Castbe and ~ i Conves.avr 4toem tvoom of railways.-he ......- -------v~hlb: -and wee ide cnh easily bei dIerte d ifr Sint.te gr .o -pple inSuth F lf
uta chane an sen eas In y yes som sa no. Th wa to
alon tbe.slp 4g, IIf fren',avi n akoh le "oIndutesl."A n Uto ter. o Tab e a the Fl:orid
nbegav an lit f iv teythn
so,-~~av bee favored fithe latr copy o g a easeoduced ThI anfl i o rel

thrl volum seemsmofor to beflSoolrdlvnearh 89,w strp
for FI mor~~~ati of value to, theape famersiand ofs u eshl ae eahy ofr these Last winterEte
growers of tht ae. dm n Ston Itts nui ot loe thbrefr lieve is. a st au The ~ ~ ~ ~ e byte thete Departm A abr a e nt of Agrl- tmadslo gronwithse ompard-o
gr, ari priae by th orderI of chesoa kandl plums Ths iners s CgsluieAsemlyuhePIE t d toothe leaes Now theyi 10
iss inue doub who~g tode thnkfo th s in intoi lefadontetp o d
: -Glii~n Kn~twery Woolverto he i to f beClssomsthe fr t Appl Fabe b ubl unh1'.
ne th 6 new Times-UsioHowlthey gladdenedne tye andtb lag rtyforee indebte to Supt. of Pub i s hsapeusnoe.po isn
'doeSescfraroyothsbiiloiabbigmoeathmdi i
ip ratepo ta ns v ol e of a8 palraes raecimt;attes.etm repisort sd given history e o s tshe tave aWvrity Corntw .tha t ill fn ncrai esui
m ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A e schol ofFord forai thpsta e ple hr solse ofl I fihhveer wihia ualcon. -adn ihuttem o we
'!Thireaer-o Ffoida the theid coul. riPam ec e, forthenbtefi o thano
d mp raten at rest -ota w sto ytto con t s;tob il

moeimpotn or e tohaonis the a Toayn ere

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Z ng
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Florida fari'rs should' be, equally as' ,tin Lied ftvl 1?4?1r( jrl*, , -d .1 i-1.
'-, ,-,'%,, ", '-- I '-" ,ort", 12 .0 I 1, 09n --, -P
4- 11 j- ul 0 e; ahd '' nethird -,
it-111 I - I 1, I "
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)a -- -,, cents e h ' -.---,, ,, center -- -,
ivw-Uithi r gtii ac , I.- -1 I -,
,W ,tl 11 1, ".; , rising,, -. .., ,
1"'f ,,I I b., x .1. 1, I --- I I = 4IIdo pely repreSen I' -- ,
4' ,,,FlOildaii-- Wf h us,-theotunamon - --Af Frbita 'Graiid Valle 1. olqrhdo,,,we, " 4i-J dth -'--' d 1. , a, I,. ,ted-_,11 11 I y 'A. -, '- 3int aside : , ", -.' ,- -44R., -- id O.'Will also- ihe L6 iiis ille a I nd ,
', III~~ 611 as the lo- 'd Iil*6 1 ; I
1-1 I ", I I I I I .: .11, I I t e p ,ij, 8 V er. ., ; 1'11:,:11. : I..' r '. -Mly'W grdy ,as ..w id 'some experim t i of .1, eie r hi- '" .' :' Na h Ili I-, I 11
,, '- en 'ng ,(at the 1i e h ,e productsdf.t e fleldsii tho] .1 I, ,
;i-h-': h .. I-- ..,- ,;-- -: ---,
--- "O'" M -OUCAS I ., i .;, I I 1".. ., t ,
11- O at, an- iQnaIicocounut,, --we f6undeA that noy .-prospei,94 .y, 0 -iniss ,h ur s -Queo 'L' ., ',", "C alt Crop ion. ., : Pout aro inawl 1 h 7 fi
1- 6. *6 ,,,, he .tj -r s, ave.t-e. same, 6'' i ni,
aik' ,,I4 I ., 1 I I '. - -. L "'L LLb' --a- "L "' L, I I~
P411o'"doaro llqtioe,- ntry-t;owm) wi 4:.:.t alifornia ;tho;i:yegetabWg:.--thev supp y'4he-nftds, 313 an. ,t '
I, L
11, I -- I -, I 'PoU I .... ". 1, L L. t 111,0,0 attractive of he State ex
-, EA I a--numbe rietles', of grapes a f ,' L .. LL -fa L mi I 1 1 y,: A L] 3"e ,,,g r o L wer hibi L is I 'I, L -- -, L .''L - I I ,
,thav qui I r of the rarer Na and L OjIna 8 6, Jol I I 11 'It .. I L L ,L-L I ,
,- i -,- ,- I om bfith6grpworig 11, I -1
,,11,1112 1 1 I "'L : 'L ' ". i .. I 1. I! "I I I., i- 'L, .. I L' I
I I, ,sed ,,, soato- -sndi - re&ub L the L I L L ,_ 11 11
'- ly-4tropl6al pla ts 'we suPpoi Q.e L ... I .. us , L SiZb Of L L., .111 L ,- fl_ _',,,I I ", .'- 11 n
4 d Xce gly-* li ,.A e .17ii ;--" 11 ; ,
.- .". 11 jlL , 'Can e I his -ftbob.ry"b 'A sJ m ar movemefii-it L "'
Y", "PWA, I I ., I I
I I L I L .1 -d L '. .L I I o ;in p rogress
V..;, We .h ,L, h "'' '-id. L 'L j 11
I' i I "I
I$F qes royed,, are Bending.pp Chasselea ,typOs special I a eddi k hi .f SLgar e L ii, Alabam ii Land -L' _,,_,_- ; being raised --
I I w e)it re I ; L III tla; I I I 11 9 anilly f rom. I
,,, h, ts. f I., 1h 1, I I I "L LL I undis ard' L

'o t L
e1w, Is Go rom. the Toots:840W, g, Lat, bund es Weighing over two pounds each an &I _ mi '' L a , ,, L ,I I I -- I ', ', -' I "i Z" -%, ,
--, -, I -' L ; L L mark etfor h,,s. in till es on, ties
bn L -h L ,a. ,, L '- L L d, t- 6 L tfeLrof , ,,, L of the b t c in or expo'm L On : ', "
mb L b6 L .11 -1 ,'' "I
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I returning;to the subject of, sandy 0i 'I with. iyigat on. , "L ,'L .' : '
'L 1. 1.11 17. ; ". -_1 I a4d;fleld, crppsoft e-; tate d ,, ing. t -her Lexhibit L-at- ; 11
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cyt 'Of Seve Oaks, the tWo,.nul! wl do'not1now; but, hope. L'to find out,, L L I I I I 6L L)11,' ,L' ' -' ; T.
hL of vhe 'Sti 4xyd thJe maw who, overlooks
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eryin ,JdZf. Florida I I L I re fully 1 mted, eabh.L ".jYJ,&- igfim ', I I oa;k -caivs,, *'h.i ', I 9 T Wot :'-;,L
S -- ey have been ,oa ,p 6 w t t : ,.L .1 L' ..
who deal' more espi. L L .. I I I I I ihoe will *L '' --' ,:
V" -- L I I I L L I I I I oil- ere tes' their Irnporti - ":,- L,,
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,th4! tnieiestid econoffllc plant, Which iUile th dirt Ab .P1 I t p ,.- L L I I '- I : ". North Caroli a c a' ,
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ouldbe Wevery *ari4n in F a '., on: .Ikitl I L I 11 11 mpor. LaLice L .1; L ,; "".
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AS rul .L t _.,.,. L -, .: 1, I 1- I - .; : I ,; ;', L i that LbfL. the Unite Bta es. I overnment6,;,;,:1
A*every. conservatory, in the North.,., ,,we.,hopp, to lia4e-;some nex, yeaT. I I I -2 L'
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L- vl ., _79 derfulprioduct veness anq the The I ortance of, this I I ..;
Ao4ts alue for commercial-purpospoi 110 L a- I -'..'L
LThus far we have not ha any ,goo WI -, 'L, 8 MP- L ." -. be L L' L asp 'ihwhich7aritichoke 6 I I- L 2-:L
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on adargegc le hE0i uok-With the NiiijaIia grpealt .o it, ,;s, I duc ed L that the largest,
pe men asyet, ' ,6 I 1 1, I ,. ... L." L
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I 6 mp I but eing succen L 1. .. C61tivat iem Ith,6'lflrgt: tlmeiiL They L L 'L ''. L I ; : ,
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C 6, ,, , - , F t'. L." -C t--' are The legislature' of. Lbuisiana 7L ?- A:..
11 ,4n ,dtt e- 6.1turists of lbri, ai kr4e IoYlorid ; ln 'Lthe ln6itliern: i :, I .
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Ab Jj - ; al- I! ; 111 '--. '" I I 'L. L I t I-, I~ t. -,
MIiquoti;fr6m ,a recent,,,! 6iplo. part -oil 'the"-State; ..L bilando- 'Ai d eqti ' IiL ,to I-- Tho, L last Summer adop e( 0 n el
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11 L ar' vin ird. alsoIn : i -;L ii- I 't'
,'igubjeot the, o owing: % -:' 1, 'L er town there, a 6 1 g6 eso ution,.,Ins riibtlh' 6xecu ive ldiieerk,,, ,,,. -,
I 1,1; I ,; Ake pickles.many people eatLthezii r, L I L IL. h, L I I L L L L i L I
, r ree i s I a I sp, I emei of lau I L L I .. L I I
"' -,"The oampho t -1ZL may be thatme have not 6aug t on i ;O I to make, at this Exposition an e aborat ,, ,ep*+ -,4 1- ... L aw thers cook them. Buftlicir great I
lid, iig' ur ,% ,
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atlVe Of L -, 8 eaffilV! to 6 correct, method or the proper. 1 3,' as they exhibit, Of the Products a 80 Cell.-, %..1 11 I L L h ogi 'L I I -1 I I j 'j L
4i6i6i ag -f -wlqqkp 3ipli, f ,tl- ., L 'I'll L I 11 L L L.: 11, est valuells, for ,food L for L I I 'LL ;L
otoed rom -its, seeds, eg I izipr- .,'L! . L .LL -, L Z ., L.,L; -- of I withOU L
L L I L I I ,t goes say, ntL
"kl I I -1 -- -- I I 'L'Itrhai L L L L the 5he Statei andl N,
,SL46s6mble those nof the, Lpe-a. .1 "', ; L;- ' ' L L suv61hework of. harvesting--even I L L ., L L:_ ,
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L as L ' -, L . that a erY handsome 'L display -1w, :N Siicc ssf 611 L in this Count' "I L '!::. I I L : : lab6r of feedingAs avoidi6d, as L ,'-thelho ib6:;",L"
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y grown Z: FIELD CROPS. L L I -. I 98 L LL .- L L' L ; L ,.Ll
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-far' uokft as' ,Ofiarleigto L - 'f, L I- A) i P I L 't L I I L -' L L
'' L : wi edd them 8e Tes and .roo Up L's : ; -_ L I I .", L ", '' L L; "
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( ,W' -- I I I I .., 11 , ";f ,r-"As long as'twe)aty "years 'ago, 'a. L i ,, L : L"' l9ybare Iftoro .' an L ey eat 6; i]iai L . . I -! L" ., h th ) r Lexhib
I I I I t 'MovementS L 'to ts ave- en -- - ,:
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"$I-- -1 -- L Colts, tuine L In 11 "- L ,,, !; I,,,,,'.
,eclmelcks existed, ill'Fl6ridal,, t ey,,, Aoribe allL
y be made 'Perinsyl- L;L L', '
11 , I 'L L Ca V S-o! 4 .epp "d J 'III MinoiS,
,everyone e)SeL WasL pinched ,.b I t -i-' '; '- -j -- ; "; I ;L' L L ; I Tennessee I
,' p ,3,wereL rare, audsdnraely known. 'A -dozen' *tIdL like I I L I 1. I
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t,4,1, -yearff, a L I YL L" L "' ,, P Sur oqe,,, J-9pn% vania New- Mexico and Mas sa-chusetts',
L -go, lt was desired to find a: sh d -; L L to'ea
1L the'freeze .Wants. to'kii, ow, the -good "of All' w A is. on Z I I '.' -b I.", ,- I ,
il;,, ifre6 ald. flourish in the,&y sand' 'that wo I S- I I I.. I I -.. "! -, j'' '4 altblest 1. 1_ L I I "
; ',11, I L L r -them the cheapest and e,
-was discovered talkL gbout AiversifloatiQnil :He; Ok -L, and-Phese Statesm L pr obablyJ e-repre.E-, ,
7,,; -Jof the,,State, and it th 'i thi ", I I I -, :' L L IL I I I ''I L., I -ill'L _'11 I 11 I .1 1"', .
L ,. aJL : ," L,,- ., hog4ifood 'I 'CaA, T_&fse) L, and ',f And:. that eiite& I .1 I 1 I
-- I 616inug 'th when the vegetablei' L I L I. - 1 -- 'L I 1 :2
'f ili ,camph6r tree. filled every, requi I e IL crops are 't '. L '' '. : -'
W", -, , I L 11 I L I I L ,., -, .. wherbvbr: br&&-sows have free, access -to I 1. I L I L :
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--,' J'mblp, f :, I ,Commissioner 'of ,Min L'.
III,, A., The h6rticulturisLs of the'depaftLl grown, there 'I' a noi in 4rket or' the pi6- L ; I I ,L I Th& L es MUDU-' ',
V. 1 -4 1 I ient" th en - I rl f gft i L ' ' ' : -- .. -, I arti6h6kos'the andri1heir pigs,,,in ari, L I I 'L L I .1 11 I -?- ..... ';
,, 'began sending out quantities WdCe t6r i e t 6-in the early I I -v Jacturesi and, Akricultu]ro -f
:- '91% 1-11 L I LL 'LL .,'t L' L I I I '. L I . or Arkansaae- :adeireeslt ,1 I .1 I .L L I ll---They domot e-aftheir PI& I I '' I,
!j ',', ljof, eedlihAsto be: us'd as sh L ri 1; ably do. we h to !:L;'
,,- ,,-'-, Iiotli eJhg thought at that, thnethat thoyi sprjq attid.thatthesame -I Qa ce mn rfj '. ;'--... ,V-j_ I L has- applied for large!space in whic 'L I
1, I -, t ;-."'"L eL: 8 : ( ) C 'L ,, 7_:- ;,. I o not seem - 6- be possessed of on I I I L 1--L L' .1.1
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L ",7o 1. I le. L ",1-111 ex en true o alled:,general ,field I -- .&L- L, In. d -L
:be'commercial y valuab L , i th ",- 1. L' ake a Iiber hibit of'that'SthLe, an , ..
i -' I I I L, I I a" I I 'it - .- ., cgs re' f' d. '.-' L '. L '1 6 It, oirl as L P that'a - J I
'3- a "'the ;
L'.. ,, L, L 'L I ''
thrfni few years however Crops,, I , L position maiisogem eut t at,L- I .-, i ,"Everyone" says.II6 ifg growing 1&1 h e On wri es t P; i h
Is e I I I Corn ,; ; L L ' L '. v. I L ', ;- i- ",:. _- -L_',
", 1he price of camphor frour 15,to: L I L L the year round,, and have yet to I I I L iL
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, vegetables in in y section L, and. the .mar L '-, I 11 I Arkansas, display.will compare I wit!i L
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L '60 and',75 cents,.a pound-, duo large Y fto L ". ., I I- bl B7 L' .. learn.of &.diseased herd, w ereartichokes L ., th, 1. Sia L L -: I L ... L IL -.
r 11 :ket is already glttted And lia to: rem L :- -' .L L I L I 1, L L L I
eSS' L I I thowof Lo' er tes. -' -_ j L L". ""'I
,fts use in, the mp, fracture of snaoRel L I ". I L I Lf
-:L: ; ) I L 'L L -: ' '- : ,; L wereJased freely in fal. 1 IL and spring. Lil e 11 L ".
,-- poWqer, hais-chang6d. the situation, and Main 80. R 11 ... I I L I I .. I :- L 1. L The movementfor '.aixi -'exhibIt froni -- L L "
,1 L11 ,- ,Z ,ILfr ezing..solid a ,
-," 4 I _-:, -; :iL --Z. : % .L,::.L .. LL a.parsnip e nd -thawirig L I eion L ... -,
--f aniphor, L L L L I I L'
,'; t is'now proposed to use the, c B_, j itL '18' L som&i ',e ,ag6- ; '
11 I I- Ily t em California! ,*As J , ".. L L'
jj j ,_Aree or vr0dudti ea-s w ell aspipamen-tal, :_ 'y the: M ark et',' evident that ma times does-not:spoff h -S6 iti is LIL beig, L 0, _; C I -, L,
L L L -- I I I I I I I I I I IL ,cm
'L ,::, 6t-- Lf And the Chain niezice iid-, I' %
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V; Purp 08e& ., -'.,& " Lh'L- 'L, L ourfriend r(ifers to the little. wark 0 L not hecussakj( to dig th M for Spring; So. L L I I 11
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-10 L On.L Boards of Trade bf ;t -ai iteren cltie,'-7 '
"The trees grow rapi . I... I i tWO 1 we er': the iE 'n Z" ii. L.- , .. I- li L
y, an .._ yield i and L I I -1 1. -' Lj
i- -- 'I I L I -- L E the town hear whi hhe is focat : Turn-the'lidgs eks: af t I

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L. .1 L ha,4' ge I Lt"! ,'p. ilidir' c'amph6r At an ear yage. .i, very :7. ,,--i '' W L l --
, -, L -ofthe everyone'), in blossoms fall. -1 t L 16 LtjL L .. q tie _,
L'-,-'t Jew f ,tfi At ,L ii, L e the Uh el L ,L
,., ;-'-Part of thein-trunks, braitchesil Wigs, JLn'Y- -- . aot L '' ". -;. L', I hogs L I : L'' L -.I.. .
il gj e. L ''. .. L .. I., t- -, I I '. I mpa ha been-formed. which Will
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,,,' ,, and leaves-is saturated 4th it .--The. 8 otjon.L iSLraising vegetab]L e L it i S any time t e groundis not frozen until I iL "', L L , L "'LL L:
--1 '' I usi for obtaInIng'JkAw ,L L -.,. -L.L 11 I ha I ,th I e in arket, is _glL u I te I d. L C , _11 L w again. then the L instaU-,exhibits. in: a.bui d1nLg Of -thei -old-w ,,,,
k ".' -,Apparat simple. I I I I .. L L - ,.
Act uroklj ibgtt' L t'' I ,they Come ,p a d grp IL .1
I I '. I I I L I .1 I M 6 L_, .,
"," L In, is i e L -, .It 'L JjgL "- z -The fresh lea-ves,,ancftwi ar&phoppeLd' I ion 1. of ardhitectur6, L'
1 a )) L L 'hogs have, beenjooting eno g -: d will I .'-j L
41'- I I .. I I gig_ L L Of'course when vegetables are ,raised u ]I: ad I L cn "' of: _,h ,. L
r', Water an Piled, : A. '"! "'indhey: ,that they inj urd the pasturelittle or, none. L There expected, that thISL 'Will' 'be .j L I L I
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iS,.pUt-0;V6r' crop1t is necessary ifd L "_-.',"'
1 4 of thatched Araw & L I I I L h 4 ro
', Sort, of roof I I I L L I L hanclsbm" 6'sit 'bu ings on.: t e ig -1"d&
'-' ihe' kettle and-tt it am ailo L wed-L toL-eSL Should be placed in the market early;L is no better food to.buifd up 181'rgehealthy I., 11 'L,"'k "LL ",: ', ,- I T)i6Sb dth rjinsiiwgysYsteMLWI ma eL 'L
, L,- L '. ,;; i, S 11' t,- i I thibis keinerally understood but: it must 'frainesi with'plenty, of bone L L i n ,Z".
-, 7 -.oamphii wi& 1 1 le., .1 I .. I I I .
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cape through ,.it. -The, ., 1 L 4. L' ,
4 limes on t 0 straw, L '' A L off L L 'L li'- j,6-bl YGL L Oe, handsome : -exhibits, on th6:! ,:
,; IS Ser ped. be remember lie garden. L as The :-wffl no yL W tu ,11,t t;nL:& : of j ; Lf. L '. ".
,. &11 LL red L that t, I I I L L :L
'L L g r I .1 1
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tL -'-;i-L -)', I ua tityL rfinporta I 5 on to flnL f the L I'L 8 -' . - I .. i, ,P?':'-L "

11 lkn tp! .. L - I them.' 'As'!& M ProdubingjoA o o L- L li. I I '
'- '-B kilful pruning 4 Iaid6 n, m L. I .11L 1, -- 11 .,. --' ',,I -- ",
!- , TS ,h L ,, '. . 'L. . I IL L f---L ,' !I supervuglngL arC
jai be bUtLinL t ese: 1', L -f L -L L.
'm'6ved .91707e'r; is So ,Bituated that lie, Cannot perhaps I 'has ew equals, 'L : P94yi ; 4e I I I 's iteot.o' ,the
1 -- of leaves and, br L :f L- ;
f- I ano es ca re I L L C(Iuc- ,, '' f L' h I I ''L .11. R : : : :', -.,- Exposition has prepared, I p ants or-an, 'L% '
,- L rom Lwitjjoiit inl-- L I S, Ve I L L ''
, '_ a tree ryy dr vegetables, or t e early:market, times Of cheap Por4L it is too eXpen: L :. L I L L .
C"Vie e. uring, p e I .
1, : I its 4 its health I.. L L I I I L I L . 11 I '. L L ., L exhibitionbuildliag. classical irvits Ligtyle L'..
; either appearance .or L east grow them for his family .,tb usemorethan in the,41nishing process,. I lie Can atJ L I L I L I I I I I ,iL L L L L L L "I i
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L",#, smqll quantity of chrOphor, in ade I I and imposing in its prdport ons anid'-J .- L
I -1 .1 and::they wili. go: a long Way toward' ana- one of the'e poorest to grow, a ho L -,., L-.
as an experiment from, Florida treds;has' L L L ( g : this, L I I .1 ,,,,, .- .,
I 'tt L Is safarthit 6trficture wift V I V ,. . .
% I-, recently been sent to Mr William Saun- bridging the hungry. gap. Besides the wf th- or L a elnpt to -keep it inL health. OL n -."': lf'L L I I L I one 0 -, "- L.
'.' -!' - I I L L L L -- I I n the" ,grouncls..k,'
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ders, the horticulturist of ; 6 ainadultureAsdorn' f L,
,-, the depait- truck grown for'immediate use he can good land, With th 's 6st ;
L L f ":.' '. L "' I L
I I The the. ."
-'- :, ment A large number young cam- -, L L occasions a L -400 to I i0M I t Southern-L" .pr6l gaL - growand lay r 'future" ardchoilies 14ill rbiduce.froni an dt: the 6 ;."
.phor plants ate now be ted .1 I . L L IL L I., bUSlIei 'L, '- --,.'-d. L '' ,,. j- aai!W iffi-ibit Will L '
Lin Ja 'I 1 7, L good. supply.of sweet and Irish potatoes, o1heacre,,an ,Are used as eed
lt ; L 1, / L : ' .L I I I ., L. I 'LL' i. "L LL '' L . L ,, i ...? I III 'y j of the Cce" Jo '
fom sced obtained pa:6.' I L I U hi
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,,, ,L . I .,.,. .1 I I ,p.., du .. L L ':- -1 I., I Z: 1: L: : onions and mauy'similiar crops., I : lnfal af terplailting in. spring, ro Q- L I LL : .' ,'L- L L Q. ., "'n"",,"' L'
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IL ,L I I I j" ' L .:- L '. L i "" .."
i," I L I I I romf p imes as much : as : I L 11 . I I , I .; -- L".
-. ., L(n L, -_ L - , I I I T to ten L I L .1 -'
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4' ".i'L I L 'L L e "' L odn:-fte. On 'L' 1
1_ IL I& .1 .. I I L' -- .. b ,'V' -b' bi tlis '
L, TnREz a !r r
L can be produced of 'corn ontheisame L L
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, L L M 1 - ', , I opinion thev offer a greater treasure o I uin, L I I L, moving ral wi
L ' L % : I : L f, I I lis "thin'etiliteeii' onths Ili
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I I I L lancL,.-D severe droughts they Con. 1- -, ,
1 I '. % I relief than the garden. L We L I L I I I 9 L L I ., :, L 9 ., e as
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ro g and -keep green and.thritty' the ne ghbor oo L ,'', ,,,
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1-1 I IUALIFORWI& GRAP S6 ,- : I L L .1 I .L L L 11 . I I f ,, i L ,, I
I I I Claim that on the average land _of the L I L L. I" 4 1 1 L I :%' I 1 11 I 11. L 1 .L 1, I L ; ,Until tiVe.:L 'Th need p wanting but' Occurred a e.w ( ays ,ago. on a L'PUIIM'an' ,_ ey L ;- .'!. .' '' -4- h h L.-,L
". I I I L'- 1. I- angebelt alman Can employ "'help"atL 'L L L I L 1 L th, i
.1 I .or I I I L ,_ af ter hild was-:
L'' I I 'little or no culture 'Affe Lthia L' ' L, L ", I
1: ,. L, L L -- L - L' L: I and s = ,N w ioi, ,,, e, L L 0 .
By THEL ED 11 once, I L I ,L. I 111 I
'I ', I I I -. ., r ,..:: I M R.. I i L I the L fancy prices heretofore prevalent, ,fl., : 'I L- L L b planted iii lih n 6ra; Cisco; hecoach 'was side- ,
___ -- L L I L. I 11 and make &success, financially, of' Lthe, -. -L,'-L I -1. .c 0 -S _L I I 11 iing! Crqt i t I ,. ali r tracked in: the. city ver saturday wght' '
:, I I ," L I I -as po a oes ,on y sm L I I ..
1 I I .11 _L I I I L o r sp I I I L I '
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1 I I~ L 'IeSire Lto6 .L i Undertaliing. L But as. his occupatiozibf 1 L I , 1 ,, '
W th, 4w know whether CZl_ LL I land every eye or piece of eye will and L Sunday, so that L ,the another would
'- L L L L ,- L, I 9 1LO W I L .' , ,'' I 1. ,
', 4 ..' It L .Ii L i]IL br;Luge culture Will not be eiry pressing, L .1 ;- L '. ave tOL In .& PUrWL of M ,
;0 44 Aio rnix ii: Pes'L WI :.SUCCeed South I I and on -hall feet not' h I be
-diil' L ,, it its,:demaudsLon hijL time forL' a few 'PlsntL'U-rP,*S three e 1 1 I L. I L I 'L t6a 'j) ' h.' e L ,
4 L
-- Ibcfdii g6itand uiider'..wh&tL con ions L L -1., ; 1. L .1 L was generous V A n Y e passen1, L -, .I I S L ,,g6nSL fi- &part, eight6eh inches in the'row', Pl6w 'L 'i. 0 so L ", -1 1 ,

I ow
priso-nM, --",o bo [ 4-- tli6ix do,
gt, AL"evi -out,
&-16 6fal!i-, Oil- ,oabi
77 a -0 -0 oum
bbn erE4 -,the h t speak?"' An VIE
i r, -WaS Be '1Xo"g Be, gneu ank in"
or "That, hour, t ory of that hour,.:' or
f ,tew yeais for, mapslang h a 'in epi ki
0" h more th 0 ce ll 0 8
9,5' 70rv nO- 'ter. -That was the coi:npiomise effected.' formy ruined wn,
thaeroBe in his hid t,'
r VIP-ey take the whole kmg
% '' Z mpetf had said only that be But, thexe v t, t bert
Louis bi _yerp, imes ,When Heral t',
"did- It r6uidmb]6r, but he 'o"Id not be-'- ypry'quiet anA'6alm, and h b in New. York
FWni mo 4'i night, ni 'frteoi&l 6spept. qurs,.
116 e bebad b6 mmitted the crime' Rob~ in wato ing" o ways of t a. pigeon "for the night a
sf6vi-:dark hoursloe in? bery?' He shrugged 'hii'sboulders at, and he Was. doing ibis one day When the, L0 UE.
31jiynot4h6;daxkn09a hide It frommyfa4e? that. ]E[6insisted that, his lk*yer-should Jidler came 'to'hirn and Eaid: 41M.. c6n
on cannot miss that inn.
-pot, r ply tolihe inkltlj j "arid: ig]i: ::'verse,,.youAre free. The governor as,, 'Oliall "-eot otherwayfar Xhis _1S.. in-ot 6 "prob] 6m.story.
ers at night suggestion but Off five yearAlrobi our sente be.
Y, p
But the Neither does it dis 0 uSs-& dvn 6 es' ,,v
080 W Shown f Ji" "new,
ho,ha 6 gone'woref v4dence 'had' Oat Then be..was,_.. told that.:. people l were
)Thdn ok' dia advahtages 'o aving
ftjstT,_ftnQck oi cAD when,,JtL4tTb f lgli t tb 0 -ini'n l7ni g S' 3 i t witbontw- 6 da1hbn :ApA,, ihe
I 'ft tb4 tW
ii our mi_' 'd
47hPY not k4,PJ" 5 fftabding at the dook
J Members of theparty e do little chemist and his- wife "Otheig,
ound"In t I
findLeoMfort" travasore and weak? and1bis'very money had been f more important-m but be Would not a true, a 8.
-a shall find tho aux L. -go, 'And it coiideipi: a-g6od
Ok labor, yo 61L't. ''There, Was Only Louis' to me d a
-for nie nd all'who e4? :Louis PO e ettben'i andle Stepped -intothe i an
mrd;ifiAt ihdy 11gd!pldjed-,oafds 16 Id "' I' t d vii ibb nex. porn-,
Yeo, bosfor all who oome. a2 o wor a one a w%
-Now They would, never jaqve me'
York L Am-ger?." Fohsibly _' ows: could tot re- ed out, upon edger.- 'look f th
in Wit. though he knew t40Y b 3 icg a -had
Th, em d town. Was no one% stir- London oaunty.,counbil. come. jp#;
ed. in :the pla kbe 6i few ye4is:earlier tban'-it di j
Ry it'd Tbejudgej himself, oh %Jrging;thei rip' do,, but suddeill there i exister
_U liuri Sai 1. i6 al I I , Y b "' h E 'The,
SEIGNE _R because e saw er Fit. the in I
at,, -be'pever before saw.a,: Ooqd before him- A I : I pire.
prigbneroco -'andoutwar yl ones a prison gates all night, t da e waskng.- 25, and' It
t n:
1,i His ohief occupation in tbedaytipe. but I warnedthe that 'they must not and t, a band: in entreaty very he
m :pnd bur6ih-l h6d ".1allbri On i
.*dsrtostapd on1'_tb'e'bencbbj4he small losesikht 6f'the the taking Said. aking voice, are as
1Arred Widow, and, Watch the geous, VWhum-ap, life, whereby a Woman was &e atlastl" Pcener (if the ballk Th-emanllro 6 from,
t d arlhod ,:across th
3"de, a wd b woman w his -sea an w 0 'Prow_pn,,, he roof and iiithe eavoslof. the bQS71 'dow and a child fatberlo" _:He remomber6d 6r, _j ho,
e arks the i ha E -toward
"d .so.. with. the fe r inade -th b
d locked at hini so(ai iou I'
In nx E3 y and sorrA
pita1,,9popoflit&,,_ For f1ve years -he had -judge. sentenced 4he, Toung Seignour to -roWfully in the courtroom. 'He loo He ppsaed seve b t he did
-ked w9pop, _P
013 -this, and -1tWAS. p. cmg, thing- xig ien
th andthen_-1bp not h H bad -'no 'intention of
ygars.ln'. PrIson,.. selft dther -kindly now,'yet be was dazed pass er.
his w.bole during'that"Aime which I P stopping', "S
'shakenjgpd, pale, lefttM.courtroona hur- :too, with his new advent to freedom till less of Speaking..
'bad obarm for bi C, Yet, when he:saw her, hestoppedo-,,
U1- F1VerY,.P1aPgeO riedly, 'for Louis, onverse a father had and the good earth.
weather and Beason was registered there be6n bis'frieud from boyhoodL and When she stop d he spo 0.
did you op )o meet meI,',, he
I do not.r i h0Sal
p amly, as if be con d see the Surface' his ock: -Sente- ce 6ahuly 166k- 1 -nenib& what
th bigitlib judge Isquhrely ill the ia- They sat-down together, at ac little',"'
'of the -world," ih tbe-sum'' er es es Eorry, you to replied.
-y o a great fire n -,the judgws bow ., csildf tbat'is no rea on. :table.- A, waiter- 6rotight themL',a,,oup, fsequied, o be cath, a ed 0 blAok coffee 4hlg y,
-1 I '! WWI- luriledito the jxtryand said, "Gen- ana a and Hoda.
o na-, foT, t, 'air rose up once committed a crime, I I !she
a_ quivering bo He:dran
""from, them, an b )lis nevq9r aiight7 tlem'eni -you hav.eruined, Y life" X. 'On whispered,, with sbrinkingbitterness.
t 6 pige( They 611 bd at again., 1. cannot r6-kn and I. don't know, who YOU
don't, ow, I.: "That's bad, ".he Said. "Were
ed'on them save in tho2efirly morning 6' 'kil member. what thbysaid'.
an., -You have esSeii, and
fig a
1A ,'the 6vein J i h f' i,;i n i punished?" A man on theesta-e coin ol,
ng. l s over t b.peak. 0 it-4ke the peina ty suppose rwo- She shook" her head iind
U se6h,"th, A w Will Y46 feel t&' tituib an served
Hong. A v,6 manpntn().,Proj qenadof ainte OpM;OS oent,. vI hen e,
kht 16, bear1te ed and was.buriad awal,.,.-,
brano c cbme's-out?. Yoii'velnowh me more or!; 7bat's worse, be added.
t tg ". : u .1 d -_ Then-.Sh4i
-Digeons"'bu e eaves un- I essAbose 2b yeiks, an6youlvdSaid,'With said ','Wellj Ar(
-V619btOf "I lot some. one. else take my crime on coin
got -that I Upon him andbe punished fo
dor the f d b0i h'OVW ow, e ge anllvi it,." she
projecting rob were:: #y didrthlsmis6rabld things 1 d 'do ku
e es r6stedwhoh"he on't-know said, an agony in I I I... d- '', '."rL ow
ro Rnd_Ltb rel hi her eyes,
butitl;iat-one of yuu Aid:it, but' Why wits thoatr be: Said,, i 0iin r Why LSpoko to y6a,
-tiredbfthohardblue Sky and the glare- you are g at! WY, soppe
I safe,. and take y; -6f, my Lot I I "' t' owd' here'. I am
-tbox6of. HQcouI4,41so gee.the top of ton years her intend I aim not 'One a or
'he Aid Per ormer in the 'Come y c,
pi 'up'- an' to tur eA from-:thomapd a j
tal barred d.
#9 Acs Life.'
13: Abd'the other?!' ker.
.yn,,bPt,, anything, within,.-.for '80 0 Sawa Woman looking at- himfroti
of, i Sh 3':' iare& athhm. '.'Thei wbyl'a corner With -'a was :alo e in'the-*6fldo,',"she e,
But now and theth 6,, Ild --expreSslom- A:t the m d 4 1 II :bdve told;: I do not know.
ment he saw no more than an excited, A bitter' Peilaps I ihought.,, you, looked, out of
dries. '60-mm-g' thr' smile crept to, his lips,.and
heard bitter .. I oughone bewildered face, but afterward this fAoe' hi plaoe-w 4iere._'t
cipon window in-Ahe Burnmeri, time,, and is eyes were all afire, for a strange'
-114,-hii-06'been'hereeveryeveniDg or
he listened, to-thein, growfednter-and bame 6nd'vent before him,: flashing in thoughtibame to him. Then he shut his f
lzilwitpbitt6look On 0 t
and out o&,"dark places in, a mocking: eyes, -'and when' he open f
th' ed them again.
fadnter, f toaJow, moun
P '.9y:gan.. er. way.. As he went ;f3rom- the discovery was in t em- 26 Sort of h
copr409m,_another, made. her "Lr *..'Why did you comeF
in' 'win ter 't'h a';'rcof,'Was coVered.- or, woman.. now," be SMA. -, I", him i:a. spitp of 66 ,guards. It w you lookini" !IDo you expect me 0 UdSwor that
Iffoll 9 a blanket snow,,.wbi-ch -remember: I Waked and Sd
o 0 hemlst'B T-wii Wbomas the father qubkon in this,',P dii _ndi4,
was the iittl a4ii p&js14r;ou
4obk6&hko:'A %bawl impabied,' It W o y 6 a, r s at me that Dightl
4h *46re bad been his'father shougekdepdr, -of your child?" he 6 k' by thesepeo
ito"and ra'Sifu% -win s ed eagerly.
7Z I, am Sorr
dovvs were Bp ehd 'with: frost., 'Wid' I)een &dseht when bo Rist' "'Jean Vigot"' sherbplied. "Holeft' Y."Of''coursemot. It w onld
ahnost, as,.gAy d hi: 6 thbworld. resepi'lil a, performance eby':,'The 1 id
'pigeons' were tho.same- ene % Is eyes"6p me to staxve.
; ..My Pocr 1topy I My poor boy III she Il am innocent of his death" he saii d .,pen.dent:Tbeiiter.'A.boibtyI '11SUPPOS 0 ing:,QU-tbeJedgJ'Pks of ill f sq':had ;be 'tE if n do'tter -goo: qnt:; yo
40,T1 crowding, 4n the @holvts of the lead hifrimanaoled.hands. quietly,-and gladly.
She nodded. HeVas silent for a mo-.
fle, s6died' them witho mU6b, but b ; ..,)Fie kissed her on the, cheek n no
.word, and fi' iried on 'into his prison, ment. No; Stay. an a ... eyolih4p- '?
em more. His piJs on Was Less a'
j on- b6 auSe oftb6in I'M n ifi6 loni g' and.the good world was shut out.' In "'The child, still lives?" be asked. ar Y.
'h iefised to'ieeiJlv-61tbrs; evenJ S I'Air YOU: miserable
-6aiS-bf expiation prispri.. e he nodded again. "Well, let it be so,'
IlVe 616rbid himself
e little. s wi e_ owe me live years,
than: with 6 M6dallion All I "chemist" 16 added. "But you III-am not sure.P
OUC -th . 4s
wpx d the Lett I reputation. Did yon. ev
an ors, and a ost e jiny.
deng;of the piisoworanydf; his com- go&d Fatb& Fibre, d4ye& It
toc :hejroffi8ed 'to'aadeptand, reitd He: "I: wish, tow God I could give them Wbat?".
W'th Oe former hewasyespeotful ;had no contact, wished no contaak, with; back, 7' she cried, tears streaming down
r,-, I t6rads And fields;' h
h them no ouble at, all. ;the, outer world, but lived:, his, bard, her obeek& "It Was for my child, he.
Jh t
gave he, sew, -the birds' a
e,, 'WiWiholajierhphad lonely life. -by, himself moorlands t
no Mg 133 COM-r :silent, brooding, was so young
W'. studious,,4dr now books were t him, "It can't be helped now'," he said I sing-in the -bodgerows;' the battle "in
t1oll, 10 r ., td d h 0 a4
ey eye GrIMMa So an e Ifie
_11 ba'd-M'i1hdbrbd whoh wi d. an& inM yleasmip. .An e wrote do, but never and be turned. away- from her.
i6 a'ny soul ou; tside'O It I fH&A loved toifeel
4ith ,drini 6-o Wild e prison. This life "Won, arms. es, ovel
an&mad that he you forgive ine?" she asked'
'bad ppioinembrancei.-absolutely pone, 7 -bad p6thing' iodo *iibAe'* bitterly- the.w.ind. fowitg, y face; I loved, 4,A'he.meant thatit' to. am ell the scent of heather; 11 loved
you give me back buse five'
blob: Jean -Vigot *bidh,: he' came, an .."Won't t the.,
-sliduldt'ot. years?" be replied metiningly. to hear the_ iong,,.4f, the-,' t
ifo He.remembeied that they MoUn aln
1-p t:biij t ]N ,t h
P1 h *"h- ': SO D6ifdOtWPrisbp6r was llielhat!the.' "If the child did not need me, -1 Streams. poetiol
'aye cards. far b3to, t 6. nig t;
-Pat they. had quarreled, then made warders. protected m I from visitors, would give my life,' she answered. "I
as never but- once or twice owe t er haggard,
e1, P(3 8Ud,:he:,W o you. hunted
a6e again; that the ot erg ad 1 hade, fiat is all. Did;7you t'Vei' Ov6 a
face made him sorril
1@"ft;1h;aVthey had begun-p aying car s wqo atand, Abeu he He, too,
i, an g' against d,' then all *as dlentered his pr fered. thing?"'
Arliakffi' heard' i is"Yes
iblurred 9 v w Id dissipated ei br%'A *ague, -rdcollectiot 'yout I "It's all right,,." he answered: gently.
at.-1b-e,!had"vdi all 'th& m obey -Vigot e he a ma ure, quiet, Take care of your. child." "Who?":
'0 "No 0330--i- Inbam oply, 4'dog.4 0
d I bt,6d Fiv e ears 4 a ay fr her
d ad -it 'Then; csm7e a Y And% again he',move W om- a 1012 11,
Poo e dobetlibi Woik'of. 20. 'He'll !the life, and-,went 'down, the little hill, with a
k. He w ked fin4 two officers o: VE)d "But he is
law Be -hot a part of, cloud gone:from his face that had rested
th b id h I and- & .,body Of oftheq yet be Was "of:cOureb.",
Jean- Vigoto starkand_ A nor yetwas, beA part of! the world there fiveyearR. Once be turned around
adful, i few Woman but er th'. Wh
eet Aw And. the faceof the: 0_woman was gonei OV 0: y 'of course?.1
'; I d bipl'
f ecause'you ove'
h at. him so stran I the prison flying
V&p thbd111664u A.ilodk Of pigeons were
t thei' ands'llpon' 90 Y ln
courtro6m. ih itunte then,- -He off, his bat, to them. Then h I acigarette. 0 YO
lim 1he3 Abd6i: ihem,:6ff.,' "When they d' The man I "Di
lieve in', 13
it again, he-,w-oUld h 6,aghttbew sothat at' la, it,6cams 'a par is' went through.the town loolring neither.
-to the real life, Which was, li e& largely at the: to right nor-left and came. tr) his own.
d6th-had, it not, 4 been: for hii dead 16bg4go J a n
window *b&6'he"lodked" o, at lthe, onset, wher6tho summer morning was,, who aid .,,a I I., A.4
E.. bosp ita open Q&US0: I don't, know What coLubs"*fter
Ong rj srm -mddt Idge6ns 6 n' of the L ialr6ady entering a, wind 'or-for PE6108 :--Tor
ind zb "She was, sorry for me, be said many ugh he had looked P findth6 1 dbAtht I so long, f
Converse, ea y 'ap'' e ad n something else-sometbIng,
to the firm, friendly pressure. was sorry for, time to 'hiihSelf., He losed and dark- The ittle chemists
]a Lj ion bad left no 'to,,' iu d himself, and he was shaken'with Uiisery,_ wife metbimin-the doorway, She could 80111e hiugto -love.
up rhe ften I that be rocked r uld be, but,,he "'YoU aro uct,,a,.b a
h inig oiand fro as be. 'inotspeal no co 'kissed
iear im ar L110 triaJ,- bAd li eg & d6newhep b'd t
sa on b' 'aidei h b"' her AS be had
Then he 'T

777-7 liht -- And the tia p alas noroten- hi 4 G-W EXxs'6A R9
64 the~fi thi Mxore ng whoili thPawsat a 8tteaoeg nvgtalshsbe bboled atroing wome wIK Firs ioie h nreae ytn t oiin oe ilb
b d ose nfo' ha the Who tesp iddbihtiiii otg atifii es h ae as
aig gad on am wekad amMnt tdter ied ttO the egetabl crpofF o uridtwic e d as lar
*Ia _d live,~a a or dilb xed t iaHoe havled gheenmdefin-i tiyer at. e neo n rpi entmsa
hed, n. Midsw dete terpade ofe wh iic wactioen ag: tewt o pout stelso h
Uistdve r sixminues th temer o-temrr yc. gies w ne d onf ater treonsihertuble~p so e10.1p. iix hawi ospl te demand ofVtisw

ang $% en la ure liret peaurepoweer oh phoph r in 1kel that ithin amonthll there -tae uin hrei FRIda A g NlUne oftr i
us'd -6 color 1 o the deils roetune without' the xctin aer~ aebc afo t onscue yted.P ca el ulo ne
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a Of the 88' rf fO ifB6 i ,srcino h sys c. lager amot a ndifrain.Sn o t of h avng Th eeesut wer Iioe to be gen ratl i wpoabyea. e nex e r. an ey JA E M .I;,_~s t ulgh mWnRii n al ir
-;ItiWes fatli nae .w fo gl, a ll edosp horpooes substanes qm? prict s iny e upeman et o O ri
!- -iio biealyd.Teep rim toe i LpOvr100 arese of lathi earrisn h ave beeno nird rae

crpbfr h tn f ot ersaeaead OraetlTesSrbey
.Ro 1 us an. .oss~ th prp- u. or the ma ket fTe c oetiinset in the FenAu icP eapsam :~~~~1 6&iD 13 mid.t ,Rft8 sn esi h lo I meoI shul notg koleto Do denda67' thinek4 e at cofiguspriono i t ~he groun aclane *f voldetheirsoan. sifel ropsaLoE wIht l ls andSlls bottes
cX," ," t,~ e Mwoee 6 oerehexpesentotola r ayse ancd aftrt s id th ree iade msot ono h h eR ~ o ER B o .
A- ed me and woma he ae gh. o aiod lib is i o s 'in bi rk- hf Fon country.He peopl havef met disaster 11~ne havngben tppd f, iaEnn te abs~ n6 div rhough .l eelAnB itah a oinehm th istb i tdn aie# Iii d ~ayatola ep a ossb oeaiyrpie"Msotn
Ave 66 magat liv me IF have of'h l ol ro h etI ha wudoehlmterstersuao Olf tran B descendhfromesomepanthropoidalorape wtiIdemporarRNIAconveistence here. h anl. ,cod-0 1 3 e n twd 1 thn that Asitoory Afrcan muonke Paor le, esot County isit desrpioiaiddvrillto mts al els, wokn th mb BaoncraOOKNlEE.E K Was~~~~vto nh 'aesUio' .sstnalaousbemhegbbnth areN --- Pice naplcto
is46 ellL yobiuldlv can tli itra and lv nfuthvencl eeae the three essetia waoints:
*1546jFA ix ff~ en4iee e ahc dthneaen' a the a r y n koebe s hason ben
4~~~~~~ ikb i 1 k n ugtneyh snt h s e at ap blti s as ne is ben't for c okn at e ak will sedyueh '
oidfed tHE aidk o lbwothe eaene dtosnot de e d hi hads. oli s ihito e ca ot edlygtth o e, n ya n til o
-2o e gords anhe grmeatidm oors ba to abranch.t Be sesi arfifth slib which ns gatfth ed pr er The tupe ow inys er:ornm n u ii
andgaedatth mn i Th tr yi o noe mietbl cro tuFlrid to inte astek l argegem play at b ig g d n c~e es a t .a do eater. i If con ed tth at sude aI le fi s c vrd s lsl h t t e c nl ,y1 u vr
Ing to ikke lie be niful lies egg anded devur s l ints le s ler. Unfeonacotely so mes rase wlbep aedwt th smli
twic a- e att ijfor youced Vayhsi t i adengei, akn whillspte ou onA th tv, u h n ocs Stms.a e. Ad offilras ung, "f s he wlifspd. er thim lihtlys oiorous, ahs,on the~ hoige ieb t ween oodut mtea lesnd at L RI A H MEhtePtr
,y o n o e n o d t i n i m r o e f o t h e o t h e s e ne r e ,r o1 t h f r e Tohoe w i s n H S ho ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t suroun nt This. isnfroelacotrwohdhnsw els ed r St whollad nevr be
,k~ge,',d thigs b haves. W might nveor have bien Whe tm a hen chippe wth af knie, Sad deentFlsteaki y e ali t iso thimeo tho --od taeoroii rmteodrther thans proerl cokdwllnt ed ob S h eyo hvespken frm hene oe, utwerell kow. pond The sitea shul b e ouan(t ti
to ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 'o mefe you cannott understand bute liteaot h atclas e eath l ninhtik A pro o
mean fo a oa -lk me- Yor Times oulitomed dao cookieg stea inthiw on
nIi -lk ao -p a as youi wa wl al os invariabl cook t tooan
aot cbafo?" e The Empero Fo-hi th irs t ofhtis method forag r thejuices rtae d in ah d t] uialuioLotalgta (111
;. ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ht Henn isd said' todln havee bens ivltaieneosmsekwnnerdanbn 0 TR C O N
t o tr e ar m good man. Per~ wlw yss oke even ofen hi sef withs pro canno make firstt quality grvvy whenre
won' tb e oe alwa e s- nve fo th und es ec, ean d wh he e C Inet stea isc o eqrp rl ,f r a h uice o r p nd ce B l it .
es mui-itn be I' babit of selfra dereiaio is remember 1e intemandytesowcoig IiW j rwn uwt the woldw auou h atl e thi re ofciviityh ileb bho ettne cover ing mthod, a oft the juiceswl cooke i loia
us knho-its nromthng Thatl apre cited outou on xiig gny a e mac gelfts oehir d or the rvy& A O2 orin but tell suhem whats happen difsd-i whucito fthirs g op t lahin air. ynwcaaou sfulo neesigpit
J S st and y o lld om gono in es reut eepo ob ee a s Ipol beeft alk--u nethick pand ve hotl
e~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~fn said, and yo'lhlgsw-toiyfrtesaeettatoeqikyan no covere.e Onvsth oe
30dby Youdon'tknoywhat of t hopoeri ent agsuta c ol hadqaomsol eothnadb
hn so imed dos fofo 2tosoatoe per acehasee n t end ers ofmet. dpnsuo
~~ ~ ~ ~ ~o II a afolt"obandb traigte se tues tem neo cokng. Improper coola,chestra ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ loed wspaigGoSve w Thslhae ofpeaimona. he p otaon'aiysol tebs ta;go
nkm~tk, "S n he w o man diapar os eeseee1or19orsi slto cooin wbl a ke poo tha eak halmos mebeent amntfr
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ta crowd Theucio man wathe phaabehosnM.Sali Cuty thee oo e edthm
ricP lgh ts go wote he likt cg fsxponso atet onsof Glentenmeln. in tlria ther HMeOl corri
Thena'6, sm onett~li toldls f f hi itr wasr sulph0,te of ymmani andhi twntnfv Fo un easwlaod oi l *~ n
Sa' ~ ~ ~~ h thi bd mgt wl before c mn the spanisthe soliesrry i n amna reSrbey Vn am
sherin coul nomeiond. tha as fa sn B6on h Ftrltanriatin should ekotAMBYLEC

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i i I :, plqi I At'' Fort Myers and appliep. A large part-oftheland in Lee Chufas are considered P -- i.w I 11 1 &, I I e : i's I '' ,K ZI Plb" T, ,ji% t , -'y'tork.;raisers- scibns, buds ,etc., the "
L J'I -, i I L--,;, "-. blighed',i 7'--tl 'e'-8tate experimental, Da& And Monyoe qcquties, including in bb:6v South the most, profitable orop, --loWed'i8 act from forty' Ili .-An I"',
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I I .... 1 -. h L4,' '---," "ti6i L,'Ii-d-ev6ted to pineapple .. I yp-!: on 1W5 Gulf 46d'Atlaniic ihat 6an: be grown fo- i ., 1". 01i I 1, I ,th- ,
a. I ; : I : & 7'kej; r 6tte'ning. 1:1 t t -Z,: , e,:' ,
:< .. Zi.., '- . I , 1. .,; 11 J ,- , I r. n rea ing -grow ing .t 8
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.- : I , -1 1 -, I ., I ..., I.." L 1, I- ,- Go grow ,p tiRs successfully. ,,, : -: .,
,' ,-, ,, ", in,- i r ,lbfroductor-y, Mr, Washbu. asto, wlll -: ., I ''. '7'" "' V ,timemust',i 'i -i
-;, ,- , j3o , 1. I - I .. ,- : '. , - P %, 'A .,: -11 .1'.. ,. I I Z 111, e 1, : '; I' L L be,
many I i- - ,, I I : a slightly s orter --, J
1 ,-4yo, medeiay In printing.this bull In e6tions of : hese oqqnties._ ,,, us and if uSUallV in this, case au
I" .. 11 I -- ., .- o6istderable inqtL iry h as : been in ade: .I - I I I I", ,
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good I I i now I I I . Cie. ,,
"' ,'btin enables me to say.-'th6t -the experiq,' anid-for-pnescan be bought I I I
1, utlyeffective,'. W ' -,','
1. I I I i a- to'cultivatio' of- ; ipeclally; .. ,... .. .. h ry froo-s I
-- :,, a n-. peanuts ei .. q4 i nurse
a 'though -1 1 are nown. to e infected with, an, fuju-rt-l ,
, '',f- ence at Fort Myers, -In, the :,dl 46trous : f6r.46,00 an acre, in more ao-. I ih gp .lgli. I -'. I Z 1i b ...
I I I .1. 11 I I I variety which seems.wbe 11 I ,-1, I -, I I --. ,- i
,ce -, ,. "., . -1 6 Itj IS We '.After fUinigat ng',ag I
have, just i th J hi :
--,-qwlnWr through, whloli W cessible'locatiens... e pr. .- is:- I&er! : ,1, ingtigAlie, taf- 3t, .' 11 I
the paos-pqg at,
_-i,' L, e, - -'. 1 L --t l Pi -'.n, i III
%a -been, most ene'ouragin 4 I ". -- S.tatel Qua'1 111 11
-- ,, -,,paag6d bi _g. n 8, e geuerous fortili,2tation. ,- -- ., , '' ,.. I Above: to ie6LIntiiei for I i
,. I 4n, quarantineL
" -- i I -%,- L"4i J 'l.t 11'f .1 11 I gro-" ia' . ,. -, : ..:_. , I .. I I -11 ': 1,
Ili ', e young pine whiPh'had'-been Bet in izers 'gjSplied sii uld iriblude " '"' "' .. : - I
I .1. -. . uxo.'4 :-. ,; I I I k I may -be ,
he et I til T4, !Q t eanuts-can'. be, con7, -. I" '9o 'that ,they
11 -- -.. ,, evera W ee a I
_','-, I 1 1 ;. gqu, -1 the ro.u hlyl'i'
L ; 'thL, ground-'but a, few week ,, or Ahe: threeprincipal plaht foods; nitro' I -- ;, 11 I ".
"L i -- L', is. I I I ,idie&wIth- two obje6ts..irivi is iod later and .tre'at4 a
4 Oust t .1 OV79 first peg,' , -, ," th-t' s -was not sed' i y I po ish- -and, phosphoric A-6id I I I ;1 ., , , --- ; ,,, .- I 1.
ee or four- monih ,These.,., Ithe"nuts ,an a secon.dtimb-if, necesgary...- 1-1
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z' "'i,' ,--, --- ,- I . -, 1 - I d 6cond, for the follape. r; I I
i I .1 Fia I ti 'it a''diffloult process- I
L, ,!,:iijuied. The pines a year or, mora old b .' cured,-froin- stable inan-. : .- 6i g -gh I I I I
foodstcan: e'sd I J- g on Is n(
i, L I L I L. 1- I 11 -11 i '- Z .. ..... z-.- -- 1,- .. I T h pari is, a sm all uprightgrow '. %:, .. .. . 4 I -: ,. -. I11 d Well-rotte4 .', : ,, ., I, It '. I, I t I. .. and ifce If baud 4 ,
.- -,w6rqJnjured'- about 33 pe r-qepLt.,Ah dk6l.,' poultry. manure-lan not dApgerqqsJn
,1. a of I ten . and .- 'k i ; i li.: 21 I Ang var e r,'with rather, small'podsl ,Ali I : -- 1prM I I 1 ,
iLpjan is being. so frozen as to ., ,muc a I nd co' ".- I ed-iWifh re. 'In, the Soviiil years e*1-' i , --, .- I tl in6rgial feriiii2 61!8 CPM ,of' ,Which- are .6rn ,ed:., ].,oar tb6 : t ap. root I .1 ... Qw 1. rlcig i. I

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'-' cay. The other two-thirds of: theoj lbnied in pro-perpropotions. ., -- I tensivo;use ,of; ,,this; as 4, h ,6aiiforj" -- .1 ,. I ., 41
,, ,: L L I 1 -4 1 1 I I -- ;, ; ., 11 S a adhereA6 thoplant -when 11 'vosied., I "I ,
pines are looking, 1: ., I -, -- '' , ;, '. I I Ij
P1 -1 it6d. eighiben'by eightee 'I- I -. I I -, I -i6 ,ori64 -to,'ha e,,,be L "'
well, arenow-blo6thijig C' Ines p an noon(i has r'been, I I
-' 1, I I I I ., r I I 1; -I-r: -', -- ;', ,. -,zv, wi-,- i -.. 7.. 1 ke.nut&lare sinaUer,.1hey are . 7 -.. -I .- I
-- iand promise a- good crop iu,'95.'It 'Young hes grow wel ,, Are Oasi y.-cultivated 6 bqti I 11 1. injured.',.' mi; - ,,,-' -, :, I L
_4 I L - I 11 .... I ,I,' I ". q '' ,er 7qualit ',than the ,:co m on or I If -3 'I, 4' 'Itic L I I ." 1, I' 1- ". : -' ,"'I
.- 'I 1. I I y 1: I I in : I .1 ( b
, .n ordinary pineapple a "ed and yield Uijo, crops, ; When- I fed iii I I 1. The, fus6d--po assittrii- cyanide ,a out
1- p nes, n-'a pan 'ginia'
I L iA& of thre 'b' i'n cli trips caii6 through '' i I help,, to,.-. .support, -and, -1 11 I Vir generally ,used. in com". 58.p6r.cei it pufity)'whibli,16 usediln 'furn,-I4 "
- ,, ,, I -.1 this--way,'ticy, I I fecti I I ... L I
-- I '', I ,, . merce, And: As con oner's- stock .for .- i '- 11 ,;h i ,
''iL In.- very- fine con'di tioii. ;- : ', : shadeeacboth6r..: ..:. .; 11.11 I .1 I igation;'is usua y ,s: ,jpped in 0 pounds I
11, I L I I - ,i: ., I 'i I
11 I' di bring a,'higher price. i
I I I I use at4n. es,
I- h li 5. Mlilc hod -pines, in locations where. '. .- I I .1 I 1. i 1 , I tin- cans t 'can be obtained from
-,I Spe&king.of f6rtiliz6r9.fott eplaut e, -1 I I I I This maturesz-'quick y and can be. .1 I : :,;- ,, ,,- 4. I "I I I I ak eight&g 'i PhiladelphiA, ,
_the I I Powe El,
1 'gay$ pluearple is a .veracious feeder. light frosts occasionally o(;i3ur,, are te Ori
i-11 f-: 1 11 planted as'la as July 15, in F1 da,, is' de ,p is -1
Mt more liable to injury in winter. : Pa. ,It a adly o on an.d in Idi, ii, I ,heavy f I eiti living I I 1 ro. I I I I ., I J ; -1 I ': I ban, "
t requ res_ .. '. I I une, .15 to ,July I in ,statesfurther
1. 11 I I 11 I I I I I I ling it ,the fingers,
11 6. Great bake is needed in.. I I I I o e ed I
,:',- h h ric acid aDdpotash ate'a I 11 I- .Using I I I ,., I : ., I J I -1 I
-gen, p osp ,q I I -, -.. , ,- I I I North. ;1 I .1 -or, small 1ong6 should--",
I ave- I : 1. . ru
-'L14 ,iequlre& in generous amon nts.:; Perho -,Jnuc'k,"d allcqmpostp-: to Ii .; th ,,, rj i ,. ;. I &'rvos e: a ,w t h, ,-, 11 i' -, 'T,,
.. aps .:; 1. 1', ,,, -- .,_, e ,musVbe, -h punish,
, V 'form entbd I ,. 1. I I I be usi .,. -4 -i6te, .ni L 6d 1. -1 1% he: ,,, - I I I I ;:!. y a limit gMOuDt; r
fell. I e y-jdnompqsed and; "I .1 I ,
L" tbe w ing i nanures 'A r ,:, b6gj .tho. dqglil -, I -1 I I~- I. .- 'SOO13:iagiTiIP6;:if-plahtl d,,,foi.,a'n, early-orop 6 1 4 '
1, I thewxe V '. t 1 1 1. I -ki iid'-iq,. inju riou a I ," .. -, I '. I- 11 i l,'of. b "dling necessary the hands'Inay ,
sourcesfrorn which- to obtain- ,, ermen a1i6D o ,any I they.wi6 6t ,,'-very -,quickly after ma- I %:,
L I ""' ts I - 1, 2, ,., :. , 1. I'' '' . w ell:- I ,,n ot .- I I I I I h 1: '' t' 8 i , ' -i;
-Poultry-, manure,., 8 a, e-. 'd I ov ed:with cloth
' L Ili ,' t j' 7. Suckers and a] f th 'd Wit 1P 1
,.L4 qu remen ., .. I 11 I I -- lips: 0 r I ; , tdiltJrif;lefV1n- egroun .1 -I s i to prevent ''
l r -1 I a '. I 1, I .1 t6, ,,-,,,,,, ,, Im be m aterial, -'
-. trimmed in -at I PI t em, 6,- ji 1,
- : , r44 nu t e; blood 4 ,bdnej- bone' Ly Way,. I an th -. ,. I ntact: with, tha,
,,guano : . -1 .1 1, -.. :-, .1. us y p it' is -_mu -1m6re:i3a6i1 .. I , ., I I fUnIi
I.- I I 1. I I I :: I., -;-; .1 y cm On opening' the cat or _,r
: ,I meal, -cottonseed'm eat, acid phosplibte, without 7 pqlling, off., any., -jeaves,, ai ad i 1 r d I I 1. I 11 boit' after -. I
gu cuied' iiy as beg-gar I 1; 11 I .", I I,
,:,-I- '' .. 11 _ay '- I as, easi y --,,be :klIow6d,, to, Ve' '
I I- I I I I ,ting,,it-m ust. .
- ', 4 Sq _and well rotted jtjiouticutuiugoff the.% lower- -end. I weed, or, Cr -' --#' 6 ,g ,. lphateof I potash, 1. w I ab-grass. gr wn.. for the -rj,,.,, 11 '' I 11
- ,!-, ', I r -.11'.. -.. -; I .1 ,- -: I 1, d F ;' h --' I
,' t lid b pla with.the'lower I' ., I -, I I som. Iv; Z1.
-i- z 4 ,read
-, -Ifiuek- -Tfcompos susedlits ou e 6a V-e sp, % e ha be ore t e ol)erator enters. 1, I iw i.kll 1. -1 ur ,-only,, the.tops may b' d-" Ii ,, r,

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,, ; .1, , qw- 1, I~; :- .. -. P in e.! eseut'conditions. n -lotro 96il'tr : I 1. "! :, Zl.,' wou -for ;-'assimi atlog .. '. und 'And t I I amiied. -sain : V* x.t, .1
.I 'I " i it d'- Dd, rc dy::' ' ,; : ,i .. Out - I --, T z I .
-ro e .. I I .giving the e results as cow peas. ..
11 - -- I I ; Ida mao,;youngttees and scions 4
- -, i'' -', 't de i 11 ' A ion. Will 1 firmly. on ,the -:loaves,, aiid around'.. he, I I I I I ), I ", --' ,,,, 11
.1 compos pn rgong ormepat I I I --t Grojind where thi 'crop is made should -, .
1. -- 11
1, il 11.1 1- '. Hor --of kei- West, li" -, f 11- ,' are being imported from'Culifornia'and, "'
- idQstrbythe- feed ; i I ds :- stalk:, 'Captain r I I epowe "-'i a','Ae;b '',bf"-6ii,"'to eight ', I ., - -- ,..
-1 1, ,",-",,-,, - 11 ''I 11 other regibus it'is-.verr; -necessary', that', "
" 4;: f' j o.wning-a large pineaj)ple firm, 0iiolieVP ;v :1 , I 1.h ) : 11
touch sil, ine ies an h d' A Is strictpm
I k OUWAIPK -, lea or, ,.vegew, e, -, ,,, arrow ., own'iIntil It lauti6n b6takefito preventJh e -1
% I 1, i ii .. ...... I I Th ' d- Islands "-t6ll li - ' I.. I I , .- I

the best for. this. ru _, espec ,e -en, ,- ousan., a me e -smooth. roots And t h a Ou &,b6 inti6ductiou;of injurious;, pests and I ,
-mold, ar& fli T '' i r a' h 1, I -J
11 --- .1111, ha I , I I - ;1".-', I P, would ur I e ,ever. -krbwer ,introdui
Aally if I I I' to s::,-abandobed,' ;."t I'm -ling, f th - : ; , 'i: ,;' :: I '..
14 thore is agood-.fouBdat on, pre ,the,,, r, in o e ved., -, I , I I -remo ". 1 I I I cing :,
-1 , 1. I ., ,;, -- '- ..: .,; ;z, _: i re ps to u .7 1i
ea -way o ', e)rti I izers I uld-not haye-tli6mi -trim: "I -b, -1 n, h -, it ,,,caie -- .
'e I .1 i I .- I I -, I I I 1- I A, p ossi. le ,
I dh reinpviii d i can
nt I 'ofifig a f i -and = And wo I I- I .1 I p pq I I I I I 1,
11 : -: : :, 11 1- 1 I -, I gA great ,, shojild I ,- -1 I h : :, .-T ' "I
'in .11 -., I I It done to I If" V ,; '. I 1--S. V iiBHR;
1' s ure-. !- r.not ing.-as,-his'expe-, -bei Eekerc!so&;:to ,iinvent,-breAkta ; --. ., I
Oi .1 I~ ., ,. - .1 I.. I -.-,. I I I I I I I g '. e .1.1 '' .
I" -, .- ;. I I -a ,. 1 1 q '. I : ,
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r C r,,bette'r w4tho, 't I., U I : 1. I I i.x-: -:11, I I ; , : .,
", 1. UlTIVATION. ; '- ,-. 1, ,:J i.oupe ,iat I : I : 1. nd-,the-kbmel., '. ,, I , ,,, ,.,, ,, skinA:rou - ..!, ,,-,' -,, I 11 I ,- ial'A ,V ,
-Cleg nreu , iia : sc I 11 1, : I rJ[ common I Id ;-,be Eustis- Ina- --. .-'. '"., ,-1_ ', r,
I itivati.n1s :besti wit uffle: z -- 'h I -v6ri6ties,!' sbOti I ,
11 I I 1- 1 I ,.I ; I I 11 I 11 I '. ... I .11 i ,- ';, - !T 1,
, 'cut .the feeder I 1. I ,: I I ": --. ". -" I
i h6e' being careful .not to,, ''I - I I nted three by three feet, but withthe .. :, :,-% ;-. I
... I : : si Mobs Avd Feamits p A. -I ,- I I
I all : ",% '- 1,
toots. 11 I .1 : -, foundone to wo inche I -- an'" h e And a half-by tHie Th6 White BiLg bn-Ne*g rputa-, -, ,
,ht6iP'are t J I ia suni-,
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-.L -lil- L .1 A number of inquiries have come ,Vo, I --I Y'. --b"..';1 -, .1 W Jt6i i]6,!Wi, mv]6A t:' ,f, ., i 11
T" 1. I ... I 1. ,
i clew the -surface...'' Mulchim is Adis I -1 ,. :, cient,. it eing b6t, tb 41ave ro a three
-1 I .- I I the,, RuRAIisqo this past- month-, and, if L i -. ,, 1, "; '. , -.w-' ,,,, -_ , Your 0 1 muni6 tiion 4 A "
: I I ee- ; I I '"'.. ; I I I I., .. pril, 18th ln-L -4
advantage., for while the.lnulohed; plants I l I t.apart, to all for "horse O.iiltivatipq. -, I -., .. I 1, ;
,, 1 "" .. I h : ,Qw I I i I I I 11 1-1
.,: ., - has been thoug it best to .answer, them -, "I .1 I quir ng in rpgard -to the'wb te buk whiph L
-L I -- .1 .. ;,%, es, p4 .. L" I ,.1.
I. .are green, aidthiifty. they areztoo 'sus-' I I 1, -1$qo, -, ) eqovered -three inch , L
I or ngolia
- : ''. 1. -1 2 1 ,a, plioulld I I I I ,
1. inthis:..department.! ,,,,., 7 i -: ,L 11 L I 'frost-: ,Ifplan I ed, in I I -., 11 -, I I 1, 11 I I ,. .affectsthe ne*,growth of the
L -ceptlb e'to I I :, I -placed:,in each hill,, I z,
L I I I I ., wollpiij -- I ,two seeds ,the ,sqq -1 I I h 1. "h'. I i I .
I I 1 1
1. I I I -, I I I e"' f .IUWNJ S. I ,- 1. rPceiyed...:,.:ItakpAt.t at"t e'Arisect j
IS' inches the 1, I 11 I I I I ,4 1 1
"' ,yeiizoa rich soil ..18 'by 1, I I 11 I 1". -,. '.--- : 66ing firmed or: rolled after coyer ug., to .. 11 I I I
j , I I I : I i 'A n
Plant's Will to:ot: each- oth I -a One: Of O I 11 h feared: Is Apsyl)4 whicii. I ; d ,hore''
,L 'pri. an pre- ur,:s0scribom asaways, The cidpahould:lie frequently culti'vite& I ..,
: I I xt6fit a-ttackifig1he new sprouts I ,
'Ili vent-the f it : .., f I d with:- parships, :rand:wants :to "to: i -- .1 ,. "I -. to some e -ruit loni::1alling oyertooget al e keep ,down weeds and grass. Ex .
I 11 I I
I I N.; I ... '. "'the '.PUsYciiii;-'-;".t is.-i t at aeemg 0 ,
11 L Z .: ,:: I 'Perime as pi u tel
i, -1 sun-burned -- ,.I" ; know how to -b6 sii&6essful mith them. rit h QVed- that level c IIA 11
11L ''Ll ;' I I - 11 I I ,, ;, ; I 1. I 4 over. the
11 i !, -,; -., 7.7 11 I I , -- ; 1, I ., be g'eneially' wtd6apt a StAte
:' 'It is:probably t, e has, pToduced the ps -- -- - i I
hep I 04 ogse 6k6tVeraevlethe;s :1 h. ,most difficult vge b t, results in the ..
', ,W p Lan ,, I %- -1 _-: I I I., i, : I V. .. L::, -, .- :. b6t.aftei.eir6tul e'xamingil; I '
"L ') standimore erect I .iaudbecome-A, partial -.table, to raise... in, Ihe ,South that O "I I - I : 11 - h'--. "- "i M cannotL
', -i I ". I I I : ; I I I~- rqpl - I V': '' I !- l ,- ,. : I i : d ey'seii kialy aff6-c't the -V
4 I I~ determine t, at
11, , ther6 is : and.. success As: b ,?no, i ., I -- ". -id.;,h- ., I I ,
2 sh9de. for'the tiditduring. a part ofthe :1 I'll 1. I I I y, !, I !;;.As:'soon as:the :nuts .,-have, na matured ,the w .: be -,
--k, -.. :;$ r,,, , - ,., -if ineaus : certain- 'to' the.".most .1 I I 1 ;Re growth. hOU 1 ey 41gund -to
,; ; ex : I I h i ,, ,, , '. 4 I I
, ay, *hie is an,'.advantago. ,::, set .'' I .1. I -whole' plAnt'should be 'taken up:ian)d D i U I L
-- I I I I 11 I I I ryJ4 =will flndther
I i P.rien ced and,. careful. 'The ground, : 7 I -do : '" n 'L
- -616'se-fogetherthey. on y--require cultivar 1, -----, I 1 ,--;- .- .. I dured:and' the nuts picked off by hand I I ,
1. I I I 11 I 1. I ; wash spray.ora I e .ejltuiiiouleffict
-should he well manured gad cultivated, I *tne Where the' cro
fing, the B rst year7, aS:theplaDts monopo- I 11 I-, .1 '4t,'.a cdnven ent ti I _p. !ive:remedieg. ; i .."""'... ":t 'i :. 1:, :., I I I I ,
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I eep other ve*etA- and tho seed s6wn. in drills 18,inches, 'I','' :, I L, I
I his, een growntor fattening ogs tb 1, I .; . -- ,
Iiie the. ground',And. k' . -. I h
.1 L _, Ji, '- see cove re W the dept o I I 11nd tli 6rdIfi6iy 'plant: ouse a no
I., -61',, apart, and d d h f, .1 I .. I -1 - ey : f'-, I 't T
ito : turned in, a.ndleft to harvest the: ,,, I 1
., 11, Own w en one year, d. I find, ....
11-111 I I I I I two d! -balf t h "' h i 1 I uncommon ow. ihe-- new; -ten er, 'g" th. -, .1. too that pines Are just as large from- .. an one ci t ree inc es on. crop.=A I Q.'Hastings .in Florida Rural- I .11 I ,. L %
.;. 1-. .. "", ".. I ,- ek lands .one-h Alf I .. I : I and In some, c
1, ,,, 'i- sandy,,sbila On ILI'; I at I .1 ., P SoaAa is dtii4. ,60 nsLidei-, ', ,
-: .: I I .. ,,, I I I I' I ,
antisset 18. inches by IS inches as those I ;L' I I I ...
-' ,". .- L '' .111.. I. I I .. this depth is sufficient., Vhe .soil should able damage.. 'If trees. Are hvfull,:v gbri, ,,-.- f
rom p 9,utsi- -e I I I ,.1 I s6t-four feet achzwav. '' 11 10 mu
it d after it seldom amoun.ts r ch., Vherestn ,
': I .. I I be thoroughly rolled or ,: rine rujuipting with --()yanid6 of Polmh. : ,
"I I h h fartherr '' I I
':4 wouldplantoloser rat er ,t an. I ., - I ,
1- ., I 11 1 *Iy .kd1tor'F1oi1d&,Agem1turin: I : wash I Is also ve y fats l .W .hla p4DSL"4 I'' '
I 1, -seed is, p wanted J germinat6s a ( I r
I ith : th e pi I .. :_ -...11., ; z , I I
ap ait. ,* ineapp 0 as with I 11 .11 .. I I ': j : ::"Ili a., -WEBBm, ,
., - .11 I I I and, apparently t4e cooierethe Soil; the letter of April 15th to : Mr.7 -1 I .1
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.: '- e' the'leas Aijur- 11 -The -. ..,best ger-- Edward in I I I I ; I I.. I ;
I'll I jyth#i 01a I I ,
9 I geriii n : published I 11
J, ,- 1 ati3n W ter, whl li- Was ii pooial Agent-. ,
.1 M T y. to t e better the
iii -o: )[n 6 iti ug I step I 1. I :, I I ._ . 1 .. 111 '. *Itlge .eb tter. u _vati I p. ,j
ty, was .1 ,,-:
., I I.. I minataonof parships in this vidini 264 of the AGRICULTURIST for, I ", I
topi of the' leaves. f s b6ndin 1. I I I .1 : oru&.:retro 1. '. -,
il I .1 '. g, them ; At' '' Febriddry freeze 1, : L
.on I I ininiedi_ ely.after-the- April 24, 1 noticO that.,the, directions-,, ...:.: :.! , ,,, 11 I ,., r
I I'' .,.down.does no great amount of,' harm;., 1. I - 7 ... ''.. I~- . -* I I I 1. I I I
-1 : 11. I .of this ycar., Sow, them ax 'the.,Opolest givea. for fu mi gation, are no t complete- Keroend irritating' iu&
,-; f ew- a Is always L.., .. I.- 1, I I forthit ,
:: I :: i- 6 ng .1 I I I is e -iT"r -'--, It 's iki a loa aid i t(i ", jo
, ,,: L L Z_' I ELY I L L I .1 season of the year, .in Florida -and .Gulf 'They -should be as follows For every, reason Is object enable In .
to tear It loose, andinj ure.the stalk. In: states.' ,&a I soon Las se ed' I li",L;'kern inated I L 100 cubi I b -feet of space in the box or'car 116, not I hing better. 1 an 'C-U4e pe .. I .. .1. L th 't- t-- "
1 tillZ L L' -Weum
7, - fi ti --A-plat; 1-mix'the for ers. I L '' , ,, I
tflU j fa, like s6wIng,' the I I, I ul, ,jA th' : '' L': I US 0 e too8tt I -"!'
--' I L milfiygtio sho d.. L e Same L ga, usid, take L:one: ounceJadv.) qf.-.fuSe&- to- '6 n th I L, Should tbe "id" 'I-, L.
.*0j-gffi1'g0W-Lover thepjqm I : L :LL -- -' 'L L L L th '. '- ,rl 4
1, ", -, .- 11 for carrots. .1 I ' :L LL ,potassft m oyanidejoi:I6 fluidounce of' get- I on eirfe0t1t:*IlLd6,iho hatin ',
o L 'L '. 1.
-:.' .L ORtS ;:broado"t, ,. And 11 t the dew L And . ,' r I L L LL ces Lis, 1, DI f , '' i
L L CM 'FAB' L ,
.. 'L .. I I . .. I 11 I- i 'L sulpharic acid, and two fluid oun Of d
I an really a It ment L or. sores of the'
,: .,, rij dissolve and down. I L L L , Va cabl& ground 7nni .Lto, grow- -water., The water and sulphurio acid I I- is ajjoLeXeollent', j ,,
"; 1, iiiii "L ' L. I I iihis:is a I L feet. and legs.. I I;for ,
11 1 1.1 L L'
.L, L for ho- I I I I I L4 'Wattloa, ', ,J
1 I 'Tn Ofinclu"Ig L Mr. L I We'. a I hbUrn writes.: g or p.oul try feed. G tindshould L should be placed iv an eartiien. jar in: injuries 0 the bc[ftf)L ;J'n t ,-,
1 . L L 11 L .
", IL L., I I L L '' ', L I I fo r L .. 11 1 I I I
., be., prepared in the S .pe I ai I an emulsioti -,*Itb SOLPGTIft ,-':':,:1.'L: . My expeflence ,convinces: '1116' that ameLWay- As the order named audthejar then placed will 4orm' I It
.LL I L l I of L L LL L I I I 11 I' l- I I I T he ,the 9 'L I'Ll I:~ ,I' ,
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excellent. pIneSLL Can be nuts An harrowed %dow n the box or car to-be fumigated; I if &44IL Pa 1 A In, L eve ,,After., I 'LL &me as wI kiercaenf-,Tand
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wn.inthis I I t Lt JhL (trill tWL fef, L . ,_It Lid' . h W ,
't grp section, If good on tiva Ian hem a O .t potassium pyanido" Lwhich Js asOlidt b I
I I I L I- I I p owing I I I Of crude oar o cae be t ren''ad
1, 11 11 d I I I- I L' L I 1 1 11 L I 11
L L '' L L, LL L I I L .. 1. L
,L-: -tion and Abundant~ fertilization are &part an _one fo(it-apaTt in:L-the fl' rill, should nowbe c&refully.drqppe L n .A th'-'enitiNon ,,AM :beLL '' r fb e"' b"ji L L I L- I L I a I ...- LL: ,ij-,
I ,. .. L; I I L I 1. .1 ,%L. 11 I I~~ -1 I .1 L L o n p o f
1 '. L I L I L I L., I I '- I "' t "r
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.L. know 'that L pines have been planting udwo,,OrLthree ohufas'.in eRoh chemical action takes place and. Lhejly- -th i1try"lidtisoL -,,
I -- .. L 1, - I I I L I L I L. '. L'_. .1 I L ,. rl6medles for li6 6-ln e pot
'. I L, - L I.. fu fl L ,' I L L 11 I I ,L I I 'L I L I 'L I I t ; r
11 fi a -VL .-sucam y grown some L distance n6rt r thre6L inchm These drocyan J L 6fr"iS, 1)e:L_6M, -%,
L -IL tha L LI I 1- I ,
t:. 1,& 6 1 1 h LL I- .1 I "T L' L r ., 1 .r, '- 'j i irr
L._ of here. L t Is altogether preiiable: -cul e L Insecticide.: L fte ', gag IS., , -:i t r
I I Uld, Ave clean to ,. .. ,..: LL, "' 1i

chi&61-, Ic acidigax. fumes give I that I CU I _,r',:, :!

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my-case , -,.,rqy Aarg ;g ", : ,- ."; I 1 --'%-,
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-"- e that there is no, JOS. lible I I I I :]., ::, ; -,
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-- : 'U M of the --u z :: I , '.11 ;.
-, --4uti V se eating ,tba-4cak I I I .
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I'll L O k of," -,- I ''I., w ., I I I I I :1 I ; Lj "." ,,I' .1
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I dudiion. :T lxe I d' 'I, : I . : - I ... I --.:.;
1, ,.t "6nthkt h i -,, ich .li6 o.'a rq.-O.rob,4WY n . gra, ua v) go the: o en ,. 1:, : I ..
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g,,,,,- ;- -,I, ,' I I I . b., 064teM- y v I ery c ose ea ch year' ,': I .- ,
1. b ing I I VM N GE; -LE-1 A 4 jf' ;''. ''I
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"' -,-;, ;" ii nd d t! '- i h f J ::b lood I ,,, I 1, I I I 1. %, 1- z- I I ,
,an fiot get lig too muo oreIgn .. I ..., I I .. -,
-- d of always work I I I I I "'
0, _, Tu 0 oe Il ex6ep.,.' .:
-" ,, 1', L ,1, - I 1. I I 1. Introduced. 1 1 ,-;always want the new I .1 --PIN E.4PPLE, PON ELO BAN A W '. : ,
I 'A V a I I I I I I .9 I I I 1
-4 t Ong t6 re n ot rare : -.-.:..: ., :: , ,,,, 1. I I I I : %,.: 11
I blood neutrallzod before it goes I : I
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kt' ,,,, t"'4 -, fv t- nnder81od&'-by: this, that 1 I In G.''My- 1, , I I I I I --. I I ,. L I
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-,t,- -11 I- 1. I 11, and Othe-J tropical Yruits, I -1 1,
Iil'ii cl e hese rules roln observations- strgln'. lihin I k tbat Is where 'the'gecret I : 1- I -.. I ., .. V , z
,'L,, 6reedin ,; th e e. :K e6p ; 1. ;. ; I 4 :: I ;:, ; ::. , I " "L -: : i"
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f,,---- 4 ,Ongln) Wn -floe ks ihd-]frommy own I .9 11 .1 '.1 I I I ,, I 1, I 1. 11, -'
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-- , I : ,--;. I -': your. blood o ely::relAed. -There'iis 11),T BOR LAK E D E OTO,- (10. I'S
'kaon'a ex'Pef I .: :. -,. I I 11. I I I I - 14 --:,"
, ,, 'pe 1 I I ) 9 FLOR ID, ":.X% 11 11 I---- 11 'J.- It 1 9 1 ,% 11 .
I.. more trou JIe4u: -too:. niua new I .1 I .. ,
-1, I 1151 g tting- I I -1. I ,
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k- ',',,1,,'f',The*-' "' -active lie as, i I the flook are I I I I - .. I I ,, I I I I I 1. I ,
j-, ; t"" pqa -- , ,Th I hat not getting-6b&igh- that is, I I 1. .
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-- I Jho: at lay ska e. en, w o bld3d t , ,,,, , e I "'. I 11 % '. ".
P-,, ,, usuallyy I . I 1: i : .. ,., : ?- ., ", ,,-'e
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11 1 1 I I I I I I I I -.' J .L :.
'41 "I 1i 1 - , - -- you are making a busin ewvof it-not: I I I i I ,., 1. ,
I I I : 11 ;. .[" top'd' eady to run out of the house ln If . i I I I !- . 1 ,
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1-1-1- -,, ,, '- I I '' breeding : :hiphazara. 7 By all means I I I 1. ;. ., '.
--'- j thei-mornfug Rs soon as the. & 9 I rhe Pabor Lake Colon- leagdo are In the heart of ,a magnill at lake i Wit M196bo, i 1114441k '..,"'L ",
"L ,_ ''I -'-'L'- I I'~ I oor opens, never'niate to extremes, woul d-, be my ce regloic
'- L :audflles th I 1, ,, jeR, &bon t I mtdwa between the AtIal I tic I Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. between the 2711, liath"L. -L :
at feed aslfgbe were starv L .
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eS Of L' I k' I I I- Wiff produod the advice. L L I I -I oflatitude, LFO".th"SCO'Oijyacbolceselect&onloiaboUtL2,600aer r", ; ?,
L I I L I I I I I L L I I 1. 11 I I L, I L I 11 I I , g V ue He ter-' ",-
k '-! ,,'Yliig, As the ,one that - L I I I I I
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., ,b .11, 1:ha, O k L 'L'' S- n ,-d with live oak. turkey oak'. and black jack oak was made in the summer Of IS ;"T" ,-, .' :"
Uo L I L I a" .
' "' 1 " ,i-eom m only- .L h ve r 11 L' L I L '. 'L." .L .: "
I -, ',' most eggs I" a en,,wi els this-se that were 'L, 01, 0 L I L --, I 'j--.6,
,, ,,,- L .1 P.. a oL L' 0 tract; lakes -areas, In = 'thd L,
, 1-1 I fufly.L. - , :b, -, 'L .. I .,UH very side ofth- of YaTfo ig the a allefft aboutio acres in exte
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P' :- ndt-stala 4 ouDd in th in, Aereating la ed : r t Wit Out A Splaali :arged about Soff acrtn; these lakes are from 25 to 75 feet deep, with pure, -swee -1 w olei4 ft* b
,1 L- L L. I I I :1, I I L I I I
f L I go d O ,.-,; L 1, -,
-",--' ,l h6r.-Inorning f ed, but zwill be, ,see b d ,, and, thigh L black. with those, water. : Tkere are no marmh lands aa tliHy,"44 IL ientie I ,h 'rid L- I U1&6 '
V", I ,- -;P 'er_ LOP.-O - L L I- -1 I -- L .1 I I I I nelineL from iWe. big 11 L ... ..
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"', --, 4LL I -I DL, L L I ter's edge, co'nnqu waterand no malarial conditiofis.' No healthier, 94L,"' L'
I I IL whitb streaks the 'Lf gthe'r&I thi k a L L'. L I ,, 1. L L I L 'L
,, ,, ay- rqm: the house f oraging for food I n - ws 'In L S"I'lly"'OLS"Fnant I L. L 1.
'i '. I -,'- J- ,7 L -1 L. i can found the Sfaie of Florida- Freed Om from-moilquitoesIs .Iao an bx ortant usi, Illft fteme -,!
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q PgS afi's e'.k069L gre 6 Ldeial.of '-N -L this fellow 1. L I I -- -", _1 I t L - bw With' & t iija L L -r ,,-;; 7 Si4" i ,"-'i heia 'that fit I I
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L'LLL.., ;,' ; d -, I I L _, L b-L i L "' I I ILL: troublesomoinseets make life burden ontheeasico"ta'A alongthegalf.'ba they arir 4veu'L I "I
__ -, '! I L I 1. I I I L. ar, 4bjL j''jjjW$2 9 In % I
'- I _iSL ,the OnLe who ift :find r: have ensan pullets-wit' cearcutoen- an minoyance In t I he! ke regions Where the lands suirroundln lhe: 7aier 6 I I L *- AbOut, "an -W he
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,--- ,wav into the garden if s1h eL Clan possibly ters of inedium size ,that I have 'mated Uou in ple amant in Summer am it it to winter; thefrequent showeriand thebreezillum owa, ' 1, L 1, ,
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-. LL L L I L .1 I L -kL-d fourth between the ocean and the guif ake the air cool and the nghte woude4W -ims .:. !,
-- evihere. L.L,.,L L, I L I With him. It I did nofknow this blood, b L I I I I I ,
w I I .L 'L ; ., L - .L., I . L I 11 1. L I L I : L L L 1. :1 I "I" r ,
--' I I L L cive to Sound slumber. 1 I I -, ,
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,,,,, ,& large diiinbL.1s,,a.LS'gn'of:a gbodla er. shoUld expect some very light birdef but '
-- , I L L L L I . The Town Mite resta on j96 lake about fifty- aerm in exUnt. Aroundthis -Boul ,
-- - - 11 I eyard :% eat
,, t 14 this 44 mean' -aA0ge.,oonib. ,for .the : the hav arrived'at that. point *here wld li" Ue u res rved A I 11 9-apant No drive , I ."
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Q' ,,, I r k ''. which I eT4 tualljy to beAae to shade. trees and 3n ads a pil '
,,, -- ';tke'e&qhe belon O" Y Sifms'ofau'ac 'moreo I out, which will inake I ' -: '
to It h'cq Invaria- they will produce, their. like to a very W& r r less.- have beeii lati ovely residence t i 41111116illklug' - -- '
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,Z, -_ ; Lbl eghorn, hen L that Ihu t1e,..- th Inkv.--, Residence And business lots cover forty 4" ofthe town, alte and:adjoininglih,'"' on, 0- .' .
I I 'tML it large I arge ex tent. Inotto of, allin the -0 1. .
Y'r 1_ 1, % ,:: -., .. I ,,, 1. ,- 'A I t-ions, taking uptbv ce 0 .1".'',
'; r jtln c gill ' tiers of two and a balf acre blocks for residencox a plueavpls plant bodilli I "I .1
I -in it for ... the : -1 I I I I
1, b thatT droops .1 down over one buiiineu'tbat are r,
I fancy 1, -till-
ry't ,, -- __-__ : I., I~. ,- I the 160 acres set apartforAhe town site. ThebaloAlcoo the land has bon laid out:bA6 j, 2%
'- I I I '. I 1- 1 '' sq ,,,
---eye,*411-6 ',fonnd to I be' a good layer. in they may,. d is, "absolute 11 I I I"" ',,"j'4,L ", eri ve- ts' s' Tbes tracts ange I' pri filim i ,
40scretrac forgroves, orchaMal.plaxtatIoDo and garden_. 9 r u 's I :- goo --ay:er'1 of I b 0 ": I am I e 'do tt; *10 : per,
4, '-'Tlfeiomb of i d 11" i h = on t detail Afraid:w, : acreauor dl t6dlst ,amb -, ,o rig _,t at I a. ng anes from town center au are @old for one.thlrd d b9l ,- ,,
eL ii* .I [c, -. , I' ha' h hazard breeder 11 11 00010 1. d' tW"b '"' "'' r '' : : ",
,, Teti all'the tim she is I g,:arl, 'as Soon ye''toomany ap I ..... .rslw,,h6 one@ In one, "d t*o, y6krswi thout Interest; Every'acre of th U Ian a IS a 16. Lakwftlita
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v znd co n ars: -e than those not having a Yrater.frostage and ate: sold in tir" 4 tl h ; ,, ,
t - ai it- becomes pule or d "a' "fy inake, it b arder for hones holdt;p:he more yamatiJI I
; - r I rk-colored, you I I . '- inorsiorless for, from 250 o,$376, Town lots 6resold at $26, $00 atld $70 ae ., cor din g' t% 160 , I '.. '
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i6 she has cease ,. a bree era. !'-- : l''O 'I ry- I.- ..
-"',r-,,-nty be su d to Jay' .: ;663160 -.d merican ou t ''I I r
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",--'' '- r : : ,;. ,. ; tlon Business, ota are 25xI25 feet. ,Villa sitem $100 eaah zThese and townlote are payable 41101 ,. ., ,
. I I I z : : I I
1 I I I man. I .11 I I : Title to tbeie lantili JA pgrfect and full Warriintee, Deeds a I re I giVaL L 2, 1v
q, '-"--' 'The goodlayer i's rathernarrow across. .- :- I ., -1 11 I 11 I in cash, balance In.oneyeat ,, -'. ,- L: I I ; A nuL L .1 I th j L Jij6lj no.' LI
r , I r 11 , r 'Lin t L 1. -., L L I 1, L-.' I I I I I I mber oI4&mIlieM:ara&lr9&dy settled onthe colony Ian&;-other0L&reJmPro.iug- r L I L ,:
',!, ,' Ahe shoulder and wide he ,,. 6'. witb 1 . I I L I L J_ d', ,L
I L L I : ' L, L' BruSa eM, Orn, L L L tjih rj 'L Ij. '--0 I
t1o L Y' L - J deitheeba rgeaftkocoloixvmanaket. More colonists will settle here this winter and an' _- e
1 I L I I L 'L 'L L 'L dL fi a I .. jl'b6 a in jh .. .,
," tbe.rear of her ,deep "d4ow. He"r' I -1 L L' I I I I- L' I , of
- .1. .L L L b IL L o ia those non- ritsato J6 1 in L unabors an 11 home where gOOdL SoCiety, !eat ra e Led"y .. L,
lit 'L Jerusafem c r is one of ,sur n wi aln L L "''
stofitee, WIthL I -,:,
1 ieathem are'gloss: 7 d, her eyes L rg L L L . ..., L I L L X ro dally ma% fs1A operation'. giving maLclosetoneb With the ;A, L I I : .,
--"" -1 L 1, "f a L s coharine -sorghum L well : adapted 6, all is in L I I I
IS full df-life and, action. L I Is under construction and, a General Store on. XSchoOI,-& Church, & Publ L ,;
A and She L L I 1 I L eointemplatt
-j r I I L I I . j 'L
3- % JLthea, __ '' the LWeSt. wherd the rainfall is ,ad aryL I ka*e been ZjVA L '_ .-1 ben P6SSeSSeS L eIndioationsthereAs" par's of 1, f L L I L _jj6r an? looked for JnAhe; fortkese choice reservatIolim OfLIote 8-- I I ii'lighi,-daually not exceeding L 20 ip0heS, ,OAe of I the speeW L leatu L s L of thin s I ettlem I nt is that it 10 .1 L L L L L I I I ,, L :L:, I : L L. L. I L ".'L -,-
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, .,,not m uch danger In. pic)cing her for a IP- L fli L, h L L ,L ' LL z Z L ., I 11 'L .. '- L I .. I 1. I L L :, -1 ;.. I
I 11 L ,- L Snall w erelth e Sao L L I 1. L I L Y L', I. I L., L: Z L:'- 'L
and L L em on I : ... : L
,- breeder'-aB 'she Will L- aj mbt7,, always he wtll u y rive 1, A%*; 061,
6b- I I , L L. prance. , I ,
L I 1 1 I _ 'L L : L I : I I 'L L L-
-, I I Riery diiitd given contains P. clause forever prohibiting the inanialaocturs or 'Sale _of Inta4I@jjjl6 'L I '
11 L ari n6L;br-amber varieties Will fail 1or ,o I L I L I L. L L L I g '
erL W ill I f I I I I L .. 1. : soL13
11 '&.1, , id eggs-produoe L I L I I _, I -1 I up .1
fic, at I d by-- h I I L -_, L I 11 I liquors as a beverage on tke land old. This clause to an exact copy Of. tb t hisertid':Iilk-t& ", "i L'
te --fe'riile and the chi i -- .L .". L L I d' ;,, ._ 'L laokLLL 0 L LMO sture Jerusalem corn 'IS L I I ., . 11 gh bt 4siit , 'L L "
cks strorig an LVIg- I I I ch Libe Lde6dogi*imi-by,**.Col()radoSprinpi (Colo.) TownCo.4hi -0 lt-:, 1 I L L ZSL I I I I bs paa8ed throu eolllirta' '_ .
X L :. L L I L L; I LL
L or its fodder: and eed of *at Stste I L 1: L I L :: L .,
aluabl both f L ,jL .';,
-, brous- -C. Q Gale in va, in ,, ewe. 1, I L L L L L and been affirined as legal. L L I I I I I L '
L L .1 '
,_ ' -L : L 7 I I L I I I : an a -w he n W an ted in-drillg and cultivated LAt present j we L are I ,. eeell. "I 40 'a L %- 7; :
I L : L-. L .L I L L . eighteen mfle fr6m, a ir ilrosdplotnt, the nearest being Bowling
.1, L : :: -, I e .. '' L L I ,- L ,rid & , L I 1 1 '' % 'L' ., '- L
I -1, d _L ,: ;,
I I -- - 'L I L L to a 'Mod6rate :'extent, Lit makes VOv Flo Southern division on the JacksonTille, T&mps and Key,'Woot Railroad; but a Daluil- 'Uet#rL : L
11 -L :. --- 'L 'L 'L, L I I : I I I I I L I ; L f .- I L L L "";L,;
- ,- '..., L L L ', I 1 I railway fr6m AVon Park to RalueB C14 forty mil m north L has, bee h 1PARD, L.,
.L' 'r dk ., X L I L 'for :all kin& 11 I projected,, .Whip N, L
K a LL valuable hay for roughage I L ,'
I I e. L' "' 4"
--- -', -" I ,7L.-.,, L ting i: L --L .L, L .1 1, 1 1. L L .- theLC616 ''
-- I --- LL' ; L I .. : I -j L .I ,th' L L through UY 16"s and It IS believed vhl constructed and in operation before thp of :
L L dfLS bok. ere is no ddubtlt atit; Gan U94. ThIAwUj give L I L I L I II il
I h th- ,
_- us easy and quick transit to trunk lines North and West and Wi on j. .,% ';,
_Jtjls uC)W-tI- L 'the. :poultrymanL 11 I I .,W e L'.
: ,th at I I I L I L -1
1 1 me"'. .1 I TL OfftabIV, to at L cat L .L L&J*Tdister, L, "
L L L L I, bd &d pr eers and milk Value OfLeVei'V aers within the colony UmIts from one hundred to five hundred o6nt. %
I.. I I I I ..
:' 4I I I be obli -d't6'.b -to his bUsi"i L, eL, a IVe L 'L I L L tj L a, 1 11 a- L ,n Lall SLOW" 6fL L I Peir .
, -, , I ge L I L' rho -- aw projected I L I., 1. , ";
n6se L L', "" L 6 13 We a work stock parts of I I I I I I I I., I '' :
1- "Loom ' - L'IS .' I I L 1:
, if the Ing season ., ta., be f , ,L I ,' Lb J, I I I L , I I .1 ,
.1 r I , , 1, ,L_ d' -Texas : n CoMbinatlon W11 Our Or I I : : L' Pineapple PlantationS L :L L. I L _,'L;,
"I - .! The:majin L L : I ,
?i ,".' iofitableon gs area ma .e .. L I I I -1* two L ",
r T I L I a m n I to ele
for wMers and for onrs treats, whereby, for a fixed mount of, o ey. h6gutsrsuteed L
1-1 I h L I L, flve podfids:of 'cottonseed m 66.1 p r' day n L : --,
-' t e piogety in : full L L 'I L ,- I I L I L L LL, acres of land on thei town Site, fe nL h 'L _' L':
In his 30ind's dy6m 'L I mthename, plant10,006pineapplemilpmonem acreeare." 1,
,, I I I it P 1 1 L I I I I L
11 will in 00 dkyschan e the ate _r from '. L'
L : I I I 11 L I I I er I P. rist series no ;;*' jub. ., .p- L peare L r-,- perfection I ; I L rdLi I I I L and fertItt" the same until the first op on the first & in matured, This
1, : 11 feathers a'*ste .- L At L 86 Lt fjiiLgtjs Least t I 11 L I I .1 .
.'-1 L L.Lf' ,, 't. I" LL, L ii'Ar bel ter amd part of the mouth tier of tradm with jil ., L, 0 y tdi tio' ns I to ftt. Nine o 12 cessful resulting
-dne, a ay'L Own I 11 I autattop a The
I L 'Would be impossibleL ,,, -, L Or .1 I I I -be
I I -' f, ,,,,, L -- 'I L ,, aSee L of tfibSouthiiGr mud all onih6 went side were reserved for a Second z Series, which. $1, So* I t
I- I I L- of" cottonseed may"LL 'us 0 to kal I to L i I t" Invest L LL :, .
'- ase rule to, go by In mating pqu try,, as e w ith Je'rusal' in 60 L open membership to portion h&Tlnga low hundreddollwv 0
1 1 I '' L-.1 I I -., L. Ly ,, '' L L L '' Fuller.particulars rep or&uk'L
-I L U will &Iw = e rn instead of SttentIOUL L I I "to ",L "
"',, 'our'birds are nota'like. & : :' L arn, L ' ., I theseplautations, to Which the manager gives his Dersoxal Will ,)a given upon app I( 11 I
I- I :L L - L, 0 L' ,. ays above Ount : of cottoLnseed meal. L I I L 'L L L :
11 read WiJ at. old t* stake ,a bird I I I It may be said here that Plaeapple.Culture In Florida- Is In I of its do ]O#Wqi* it is the L 'LL
an im er say L 1. .L I I L I I IL I L
,,, 7 .. I 1, I I I L M flal fa can also be relied upon as a Val- only State in thollnion w" hey pan begrown. and here onl3'below the Seth parMlel'of IF11 do ,- for a Sire, 611tt'ne'ate Lthe L.,standard re I I L a g Within t L 1!
I I )]ant LifZ' proper] o tkst th areas limited. The retiree axe esirly, camin
,re L I I Len L. I .11 I uable -forig6 L L, ,., ,y ,handled L 0 I I L I L L wo years otter planting. 00 ft&t L L
4 : qu butsi ith take the females andL I I I I '' . L I a So With t 'L,
M L'L -,-.,L, ' : the'first-yeat, care beiiiL taken to secure one 40" not have to' Wait tire to "ran y L eir an orange grove. There, are now..abQu .:,:, I ,
I I I L .
,' i I do theLLsame I N, Ow. L If wg had perfect 1. L I b bL I I twelve &am set to pineapples at Pabor Lake and it Is expected ths"ta grSaW aerenge fM be :1 L I "' ',
-, I L h' ; good tap root growt efore the hot
L I birds tjYgtRrt-wit you could L all start L I -. I I I IL, L : :'.
j'- L L L, Cl .. merL L L L 3i 1_ p anted velt season I I I I I I I I ;1. -,"LL Z
.- I d L' ry weather' of suni begins. e !Jliere is In the ne&rLvtdnIt7' from tkree to 1cmir wiles from the town site, large lyodiM:of. 1wd 1W
an --ra se prize' winners. The informa- & -Clover -8 L' touring to TS r 1, can Like dl"84j L "-"L : .:,
I- .I'LL L I". I L IlcfUL Olwor Bokh railway and o r corl eratloilm, for which the manager: of the tolony Is 11 ,
L; theyoun f" ierLthirsits for is how I Is I Kr 11 I .I ing di c&SbeL I L L
tjqal 9 10-, ., ., I LL L. L Lf 'L I L I bought it tr of from 40 to 640 acres 1 I ,
I a very valuable orage-:01ant. It is a '". Theallk'.i (or even larger bodies),Stiij OM 46to."
three Years, with Interest at 10 per I , -cawl'take the fowls I have and, 'bring. SJQ per SCM one-tourth cash and balance In one, two. or 10 vei ..
L: .1 I . biennial and will reseed L tiself eVery two aanwa. .some, of the" tracts are high, pine lands, Suitable, for L&H Citrus Irt]ItA aud L in jno L L% . '.'
L them DU &Lhigher p*llti and as near per- Th I 0,c-SSfU ly I L I I P WPP r,
I ., L L I I S d dr 1141& 1. L:".
6X sa so dZ661n#d, wo j W I _L :'.' years. is can be grazed u e I we low lands atljptning a I ake of over IrM acres In extext sad woul requfi e af but- M L,
-- feetion. -1 ow the liver Laced Wyan- to: S ''I e L - ,,If Ira, Will not jib I L. I I L 11.
L I 11 Z ": to L . L ()in tent, WhileL a a i d very i1ch lands ox Which corx rice, Sweet potato", Answ ftw SO[ In ,
'-' .' dotted are not. the-easiest fowls Lbreed . LLj k L I I I L .1 I I I 1 deed an kin": L I I I 'f -,.,-.
-- 'haV L L 'L. L I z t)en L raZ, rig. L It makc s &L Coarser h L of firm "d garden ernpe could be raised to great profit, A:,Ullulb" L 4' ft. amil.iio ': I
X_ i in them Ufi]f6rm inL L size. a n I d , L L-L I I IL , I ay 1 'eoidd emu" "Joint I ng tracts and So form pleasant selghborkoodo and yet be fn. Oo Tit ago to L' '11-1
d e L me, do
-- 1 I 11 I - L -- I- I 1 L I 4L than alfalfa and IS: not SOL Well liked by I L I I I .. I..
Markings, 'But-1-thinktbereis so much L. 1. I I postollics. store, eburcfi, and school factlitt". Correspondence on this subject Is soli8tetf. -,.L r
-- I X L : % 11 11 I Stock, but when cattle or horses are ac- The L ,twenty years 06, refdout of 4wo I L. I L,,
-satisfaction do I I I Xau W'r OfLthe Colony wag formers than r"O d = "-L
e 6 L I I L I I L L I L AU-1
derived when: ,you can, hav I L,
6dily.-T. nently eannected with tkeL founding of the 0 springs, rprt
11 IL ustomed to it they eat it. re I I towns of -Grftly, Colorad I L 130111no, .1.. I "
1", them pioduce-,high L Score?& It makes L 11 I L I 1, 'j .L ':
- -1 I I L I I 'L L and other succeasm colony wttUments IsL Colorado axd home. brIBaBL to this' his 1&bPStL 061 ,
1 ', '_ LL , '"' L" H. Connell DireaorTexasExperimental L I 1) of towns L th!D 84dej nnts -'- ,
PY Lao. e-h' done go L L 11 I ". g ,, '- an- expbrienes of many years In A building ii 'and oft A; :1.- ""
oneL feel h h as: meeting 'L terprift,
r L L ,- -, 'L LL ':. ..'.. I I .. ta tlon L _- I L. JI 11 11
Lj f' t' :L 'L ' L ,- L Sta6ionl C011 fige -the Roe am Ift tb, Affected h1i -grea I L I ,_ L L '' I long and wtive lift In the -high @JtttndO Of -kY MOUBUA a aryous a L "'
., lff&rtll ,. _prafse,7. L I L 11: : 11 ., ,, I --:", r I.
_,- : LZ-"7 .. .L -L I L :- 'L to such an extent to neceeelti.ta a chaiage of Climate and residence at a lower altitude; he, *ft'.J L. 11
L, L' I I L I '
_, , If&wLfor the benefl t, of. some novice I :: : : PotatilesTay Well L L L I Y bo"L'tii ss aintly benefiW aad Can alneWdy reso L I vAlated to 10 L., '* '
L read L a" --" so- Pe I L" ''S :'::
1. .. 1. L I 1. 1. I : .11, L L I L L .1 I ~ 1. % j 7 .: : .,L 3 ,
L 11 ', L '_ I I I L L I I L I I.,
*ha- ,xnav see, this I Will give 'VOU a L &ir -A. L. ]Bennett has gathered 66 oxmimple. : oons I Sao& bo healed. I I I L 1. 11 :, ., 1 I '
: :: : : 1 %
IL L I L ai L .1 '' L 4'alied the L I 1. I L L I . I L .. L 3 ,I
&L 611n L,4 A noatw paw I L' I I I I I L , 3 L I I ,
sketch 6, pep, I bred ln line for, Leight. rels of' Early L Rose. pomtoes Lfr L ,. I in PAO, L I I I I - I L;- ... ,, 1 !1, 1: I 'L- Lj O' L I L L L I L. f, Le I I I I I I 'L I 1. I -,Lakd P in eiapple" 1. L- I I I L L., LL 1. ,;-. L -1
io&M L received I 1. L' . 11 L L-; Voll
an ,,,g ve everv detaiI4 Vushele 0 see&. H6 ha as L I 6uL I I I
L I that YOUL .1 Its seem 50ftnts per a, mullft; 311%:, t L L L I fits L"
50k =4
-ban jlve yon. an outline L 1 L 'in 7OW to id year o f publl Atlox- submarlpril MY;- ;jhte'd I .j.

10 2 11% 1 111 ,11 1 '11111 11 11

oiuafpeils. 1 the'opin f J"
T w ion, o t he 4 ek d -the'
gricultu xe In this m
-new SiNer party, thatihey a bdu i The bouse,661niaitteelon,
e d(to _w9rld
WfI lf: they nit,6. Th; 6yifyr ppe hasreport d a substitute for Mr. Molh- hammer'oran a, 11 g
0 a e*ne di -iimn -Y,-, T- t 0 urs Wai
gold 0 h's bill to protect -the lorti. alt' omblna ion, coiisisdrlk 'of flle dbid- tOS chthat tonglae. TtIs.youy'Aob ne it,
Inant factors of- t s belo g& ?ypuandistheonly.-one ori, bic
Sirjm SAxDiwBow has a pair of silk the.-two old parties re-, iii a;estsof the'Statgof 10rida.
Ia er the name: are, po I Je. -Your n Igbborsl,
ot kwgsem brolder'ed with tar a!5 IT, power, eltheru. d art -as f6li6wN.. -xes De b
repufficans-or: democratai 1 6 cA State board othortioulture Shall -be Onguiesf MAY ne(,d-watchin Ibliti at'
d IS St $100. a o, keep ir ur fiar el-is-16'wabcb
the silver forces. divided.,.. It is only: formed w ic .,,.shall consist. 'f three the business,'division of thefriends of silver b designated as follows: The your o7n.
FALI ves to fly In'th,6'N6e
that the gold ele ept,,oap.-lippeto maini, commikon6r of, agricultiur i- Australik1as a Oslofll e named k'T lkihg
lhe nw*e14,ibui I
-0 weap F. Qtamat oln ld of,
ta U ItS $Iip jil
'derbv, witN ;e d, to 1 J
h b .4q ..-gn _moogat,.ofAbe
Iia& 06at'and a's lk hat with a sac Stated: 86aieolie -ciiiobvered in.khe vicinity
a arge stone upo&wlrich ,had been;'iiainted
xi. And :ouememberi; who Shall
KmDRicK 'BANGS has a: skull ONALD- Wealthy'o6ntraotor the word Me'6 er_" It required
a the,01seases of _111 I ts
be";an e;kppTt,,, on all oobsideruble ,strerigtb,.Ao
WhIc4heAd, s]belonged to a man who of lf 4ribaiilt, Minniil W HFisller "this,
late Florida, sballbe-aPii. and when it.voas do
edo-&khIng, at one of, John-ay's 19hes. maaag6rof th' Dxtlath Iiii'd lie. the, commau
J'A poiated]::" the i: governor.on the recom turn mebaak abdHet M 10,01 86meone else
Railroad, and t Bowman of: Grand
i6ileniiiiion. of the:.Florjda.Stat6.Horti-;r, n'the un or
FRIMIOICK Dir GiovANm is signing Raii rede liink r, havve just
. I cultural Society-.. rpember thus ap- Stone.
'a' 6eoii room suit for Mrs. G-e6rgq Jay turhed.from Venezuela, :where they, obpoinited, shall, hold,. his Qfflce for two Polce r6of. stiouI'd be: gi: aztt eyed -in. early falj' 'OpploKit original elabOx4j. of tainted, &concession of lan&at th6rmouth.
rs,,or;q di 1hao O.Aiid saved f
litill his. Suqoassor shal be ii d 1 10
of theOrinooo running 25 wiles-sou'th, p rie in, h- Y"'t.
A, Spool t .1, Va er,
-poiDted. itui ot I e, too quay o t
'infffrobi 15 to-50 Miles 6ud-West. It is %boiledbWJ'Ad hi)uirland a, litt 6 li(Mley added'.
"The State.boardof horticultureshail
ug RoClikLiS a clever
-kE in'I-.: lm:aerals, h liewood
m A: ogally' to meet at east-0320e: At
4o c dainiy Indian in sketch6 -every year le 4iglefor
El: are," -A O'c4e Woods. :Thisconcessionla in any f oral -of Sore
s I I I icapitol, it a 6d by the
-,am9Pg & isth glily prized souie'nif ill; cent timeappoini
er of the territory In dispute, be'- 'DI"' ii
rame ru. liverth ", isi 'mad,s "With -eq al
p A 11110' 1"
owile(t by her friends. resideii:t of the board, to f les
twe6n.7,6n6iuelaaiad.Gip-otBr,...-.. parts of strainedXABpbeAT and 3ui
1, "1 ivA I And regulations to prevent the introduetion and spread of injurious insects and Take a teaspoonful 'before each inlehlan 1 oa_;ii aypr na going to bed.\' Dotb* for several days.L
dorii.gia, diseases Among fruit trees
f1dentWolvrk,,ds one of Ahe best GEDnGE,,L. Slioup, who has just been 11 1 .
vegetables' or bther.-piantsgrpwn for ohn, I us n,.Aays-.o coo. ery-'G6okelji
6,M- inciistsin'-'Got aim,' but never re- elected, US LUD1 ted StatP8 Senntortrom, A i ]edge o Me Tee
Qms. born I n Armstrotig ... count e6fflorfdaand for the k f d04: and 'of 0
pla3w ablid billiaol-ri. Idaho,"wasaim ai cure, an"A and of !Hdlel) and bf, IL646k'jfl ,-And of 1he
ucgtioii thither preveritioD,
-P iii74836 All the ed tre extirm
queenof. Sheba; Itmeanwthe, kiiowledge
k t d' h I nation of insect pests, fungus diseases
i6LL has a sil petticoat -re6elv.e was. t at. afford cl_ at avill& of all herb U and spices'
a and:oth ladies of' !81
her bytheQueqp, .e- scho6_ He served, -inf the, irl r I er ma fruits, fruit treE
hfL4*wgFen4q1 L L 11 .. I I I L L I 6tcL and of all I= sweet in fields
The rules and re
ItAs embroi re ,wi leglS]atUt- es, dL '' 1 9 AD
del d. e, was a de)ega e n congress audgroves all 1SaVOTVLiAmeat,. Jt means
as, framed L shall L on the z4ppybval
"t L Itio, ii us 2
kb1dFaNd silver between the floulices-', L an was made erritoilAl governor'- y carefulness ,audV1Vent'V6l1C88 anL4- W1111n
offioial7till& for '9
f the govertiorbecome neS5 and readiness of appli4nee. t means
_;P on.. 6L eag aja
arLr s,.
PIt3 TE(508L."" I i (1: o nd the.T 1S:Wr Ing'S' o-- e:usedas herein- hen
flrst 0 9,, YeAr, L the economy o your. gran in
L govern rof, the state of-Idaho.. A, 'fL'
bQoY,6,n, American inusic. She tMuks -:U, La er, esidnated b e -var ous county Bolen ce o :t 6 mod
WaSnextL bh66enL nftedStates' '86riator h" LL"", "i'L L'' t LL_,-' Si ajl f_ erw (,mi9k it mean
thetipgro ditties are marv.ols pt nielody, or,ticultural hapec ors It further much tes ing and' -no .-w
L IS OW nII4-as goVernor s gueah, n ci6d6 t it'y a
'L 'L State board 6f horti- English: L u'bIn the weird -munotomy'Lof 't'-JL be he dutyp the thoro L'g. ne8s:. aD1dF,,hcb
new ce U. 01's
:6Ult Arabian hospitality nd fl
Indi'Vi re t6L.I.render,,decislons, in special
appeal bases (Bee L s6dtion 1,4), where L the that you aretobeperf ; v on L I
'jVvAi, o he Bell T ep d: g ivers..,
A- h1:nez_, am IT IS state hdubitable'iii 'hctlty ni y rd 6rtiou ttirml'inspectors
pld es t ion,
paWy of New York is.about'to A t ovorIi that the gon.J orge;.Curzon, il eL to e
:;"' L '1 -1
ati6us in Chicagolwith a b;tpita1stockof o j4ho, eved the d eto 81 hw .4 1
o1rd. Pars ale llas'achi
L certaininfeste trees or fra J tL1
'I S.'Clarksmiand GeorgeL road, distinction 6fLWi all,& th6.heajt d brea cru tes EJz
No, ow. decisions should -be final. L when in. the L all s writes EJz
4" Crockeraresaid to be hiteres j ea of kiig Lei execation of. the ru es all regulations Boll SCOVil inLLMdi(; Ii6mie Jotirdal;;' 60H
b ei!6 of internal ea iIL "liii lk they,
------ tional f ame, hfI the by I olorumbs a,6-'mneh i
,as _::,,; -"' .. %: .. ; !-- adopted by, the, tate. board. of horticul, absorb To eoch,
T, h su to be-maryied a womanimo _hli L ge
"4' I --t, . _': flancee'sfather ture Any- question arises In regard to t Yp at of,(,,Turnbs allDw
lotbria ,thg no m aiiia
aidQueen ent Woeggs. L eason with salt and not p pper
qWea M s 6xpeoted,-Lor desired:c)n ,thi ld"Aty o Any_ injurious. disease this
Archbishop or Cantehury when askdd:if -d- P, Place alternate layers of c eese and Lbrea
h e" Crumbs
ed by ti e- secretary, Of th aL
occasion of his Unio the MU -mI shall be deci ih e ggs ark
In -to leave the dL'a L';'T h L L'! ., L: % L, :. , I ILI is, L ",L
JlIeViEbed bi 'L '-Oihey?- 7ii6uii, 's: ghter.L e ao lp! r. t Lfi,'
Oiirzoii State. board of. hortioultureL or ohief bake boa fteen imiiaUte, -L',Sey'VeUELSWII, L" ',
the r Lis rein ark ablef,, both ecause.of
Cc emop-y'-L as thedish ia tak6u flio&fbe oven L' ()Ut
...... tuarantineo cer.L,,.. :L'
d. f, 'thffiL slices of ree
iWmodesty. slid of! itararity., 'Tbe.'mebaberg o. the State boar _by A th ;IfiicheS L
-L _o;stij' thei, ,w
horticulture shall serve without com_; square, I heap m. with;igrab d, cheese,,
StpAwati Jackson.'. who aqw.: lives.; at
dP h
taking care not to japread twlthlnayi eight
N. 'L has recently u Q pensaVoni the position., being honoral;y,,
C ll arlotte, nas travel of inch of tbe.--edges.0 esquateS, I no one In Orauge TbeL necessary expenses, Such Plae'L
k7en the editorship o, a pxoini 'L:: Jat*lL fhJS year" e them A it emin
nty. has engageolAn IcheL Cultivation of lug expenses, stationery, -postage, nibliftly 'Ri ')t- L quic k oven.
Mg Y: L; Ave
rioo:to any LeXtent thodoh, 11 incur.edin theLexecutiono theirAutles
11 Va. f :LL ii)%: slice, d
own Small exper menta p 4 es With shall beLcertifled to by the president.and MASHF6;T-uRxin,6-LFare;iPraI an
'bon third AS,iaux, the pois- ys". he Qrlando.: Re- secretary, of the'Lboard. and be paid out iatoea W '4'Co Id
Tim appeal of inle.6n great.L success, in :L of6ar 'L )hen,
any po d o lig adl
eralr. MenlberS'L, Of, ,![IPT fAM I yl, L -port6r. of th State agricultural funds;
ofi Fof sev The. al r, Salt aDda-Julnp of butter the size of
-m& moiithsj:.,Mr.. George;R .'Maov -peppei L ';
wA f was senterldbil tbddaih'-Ij1'LEtasse1s' or so L L secretary of the State board of horticild A 'I ".f
,OfL this] 0ty, after'hdv1hg,,deAfdiI strMfed wa nut, wi b cream qs in n i as I ed
vetrryuary 3d rejo,6ted, B ture and chief.gaaranifne, officer shall tosS. MMb A. S yve'h jina,
Doew fthe.. adapt9bil ty. 9,nDUM
the Belglan law her. sente ill beOom7 L Or: h1lMSe b,-,. allowed to expelid $800,per
L L a t 't
MtMd, to penal L in thls;sect 6. he;pi 'fl- r leri7cal aid and incidental expjenseSL UX"iY B
Servitude for:life. table
ed cereal, h'as per aining
:'L' in at y been inducing others to engage, th'the '.-It shall be the duty of any person On In '86 poAlon of the- Tfiterliob u I nur-U n iv I L 1 1. -p L ... L",""", ; I L' J L " LL L'. L I .- 11 ." I I .,
ersal-.] ,Olt. .00 of Mar. # in if
Ow ng 6 t-' 0 now States' li&h V
Ohio,,. his brought Buitin the Court N e the first knowledge of th.e.existence of s(.ries deyoted-,to Trifb iata 9 ek, ddt,
owle ,,Ap, anyraite, insect e4t, fabgUSL disease, or m; i at ba W ere.put Iii'm-k6odly nu
a M I L L I . p L ... , lLL L 1 11, 'L .1 L. I I
$i,' LL. ""'. I I I acres whiclildre beingplanted Inrice,411 other contagious malady, L affecting bers ast-fill. In rebitIddin'It'th s'
eat fo '4300,000.,for the rbyaliic al;-the county and others who 06afeniplate'"L' L
plants cultivated for profit that are lia- onesolitarylive bu was ound tlfoa-had. Isl1j;WL to bedue.on bolt looks used by t, e
wanting it in vary rig quaAl IPJO' will ble to:,spread or be transported to unip 'L I 7ed through,
GoWrnfaentiu-PU*Olie,*OrkBiLprincipally:i had1l6Lpr6teotionaiidL yet h
"04 9R' : : : fected gro. es, Orchards fields, or other the tWo :wl' L te ?re zes,
imd harbor Imjprdvements swell, the acreage t b w id as
v n r e 'an was
8, YS it-fS no
Mr. .,Macy,: L h,
toaAate, .,to premises; forthwith to giv 15 ,
e notice of, the much alive as w lniaert d 'wWle'
-plant 111 June and JulyL and-thut i1filact existence of : the same to. the county year: did orailige treeg n -,he, c jy
'ItWDOD, who aL: b6_t'.mOUthj'i li'
ARD EUGiDkE 'LCIC th6ie:are ei s e
q,-Year Ins board Lot agricultural inspectors of., the Y'14 IS th n t d
In a dryL to in HousWn' were "ad W th g;biint
o er whi hftq, re -at t e see nto- t P" gXo Ad : L LL .1
goods L L 11, -0 .. L., , 'a counting., *hIch-such, pests exist hnd Trifoliata f
.14. 1 .. L I I stodk in this":yfcin ty'
exa4 a A ee a- cooking an for they then getret e benefit. of; the:en
any resident owner, or agent of nonnmxesi-, reeze
'eaffite V&1 L L L I ., showed 'ho.evidefice -' h 'ad
lied sit $1, 0,MIO. HeL IS. L. the tire rainy season: and! mature Jni;0ctober.L
L dent owner, of such property on which t
t it of Leg-rande: Lookwoood M i had, any elfect,,except:'s, e x reme
Viragos Mae I hgo y s pure asing'a'fifib'Mill And known by said
U. such Pests tips (if the '.very:: lasCL the growtfi , f
W Ybfk'iv 1871, leaving owner Or Agent to.eXist there, andsaid of any citrus ifriti t
n tiring J -'s 189C Budg
-severalmi it in.operatio li PPMR9 _Ilm badd6d,
Owner or agent shall fail for -the'. space
Met. obtrifoli down so.thiif;
'from the
yS of', L '' -1,4,
of ten da fIrStL knowledge few inches ofearth canine tornedAto
54simW6.4g.oniex ibitioii I Auburnj3 3S
the existence o t e itforesal-It malaft are Safe dt4 still' lower.'degree,0
(li-inches-In girth' BERNHA T' ia beginning, to tore:p6jt- the rd of horti- mper6ture than visited this ,'sep ofnv :-TV
'th;-:Wei'g ing hree- s ow a alight,_ ndidatiow-t _inspe o tors 11 the ::CO1nniy '111L,
S on
ultura 0 at year.:
g lip sen W h %te ArOePih to
ounAes- Il L'', ,,i' t" 'L L L- e which said malady of p antseristssh
'riderooms or permanent, exii forid of tra
Boaxd of 1 veltng, but it is., hard I ow to redeemed guilty of*mlsdemeanorand- buy About ia
'itibittoii ag'an, Ill iion of wb4t,,an, or-,. get lie r to I eave P a r i, a it d she Is, said is, UPODLthe convict ieff thereof A,
do -, heiy she Z

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B rime-, to 'r i 'turke
hd5;5rffFl-_fii 2 ring W 189 ,Vd eighteefi, br6edin 41;4
-jitfi - fts 'heiis 'which hatched ab6ut 1 0. T___ itin ,iu joung
'turkeys. Then the, troubWcom meiicecL'
fbe;,floo- and
Th6yh d "swelled beads" and various
remove thedtwt 4y beating first otb-er ailments and died, and until. by
tlv--ori the
n, MOT gen the 'first of November we.,bad -onl inChtster, t
on tbp floor and twelCinto ent -six voun t -, y left. Tbiswas Lurn the tw u rke.
po ssible 'partg th at have 'y
,-wear -wfl '4b, ffUt lve tbel -ather discouragilpgbIlt.we deterrriih667
prel ation to d
'01TVtli thefoll Ing iir Modd igq LSho
owi 0 etter hex year -15 now'g-s-ed
pound -of white CnstiljiS S About this tIme.A4e_-Rhpde IajAn&
2-, _77 7:77 1- tulce-etlier ,one- e2(periment station- 6sue he Te org rwo mj one C mos 'A 3-,
by:.alFthe' __tT
'np and'6 1, _turv y 7
yA sing g:vlnk exb-erienb
bfjnue -an olv bi d-i 4
& n Introducing wM tur ev 00
in one -I n ines''
-Ilte,'r -h 411ar ts Si
,.t ena 0 -of
_their .liock Bronze turjfcey.&
nts-- 9j
w4 We, hhvf1L :,, I f9und'that by usi
bu -th -og ab wjI)tt6W3 caD
one-quarwrWlld, blood in him, wit I pure, -"K yOUEk-DRALzR TO:8HOW YOU THIS, GU.
Eve thitt, is -Ni 7dsti and, Best in- e Arms DO~ we
k jurhe f in 9- peatinx
y as 'possi ble. ifo118ekeeper l3r9n'e hens,,the, you F i
inad Ah
kilidg, of. uiution are. e:by e r6s, weie much hsrdfe r".
e e ispanw Sur morevigan" f#'REPEATING ARM'%; W,1nCheStar.AV NOS Ven, CO
f by I Pt_ orous. and, --free 'from d i se asile "t I i any
ft iiar- Sex d sV6sta 8
re ea or dross, This' seemed I C VVIth Your
as_pos8i-.,._t oer seitm 400 6 0 0 2 n n nn A:: 'n-n A
e; foLn p, 161"r 'a ajil d we:, in i dJo trythis dross.
i-hnd,'brigbtforvvitji aflaiineldoth and n4ii i hook,
Vt,4 ne, ary to wabli, After:Jwme; t,roub1b we succ6ed d 'An
44 P j i(Lwatei-fo,-vihIch -2
qRe _cuar. F
d 6atof."d, var0 ne r On Zie.
11 wild blo a and t -quarters IRI
He 'a&-rais6d in PeDnsylvania- where u c Ao r, 14
'id baWasbed before ey wild ys are In existanc
-varnish- not till
9 U
e4 ad, 44,- 14 'CXP4tTj Ce Wit
cross with t e dom6stioated, Bronze.b Pp
beeff obtained. We- i him! fit. tho fall bfch, vithout'Tfrotrcticn, stan,13 thC Int-, f"
id rihinorotller thin cur tail] s3 'should be go
lit Pi, Jittl rjjr6j iij nj: ao d and by sprih9 he bAd,,ddvelopedInto, a P
ried .14, IP, 6
da of t bird -with lots ofjire -! in, him. e. 1,0 0 dre to,
1r,() n WO De 1 W, 15, .P -M It lhFjj n,
S", is, T,
iioft-'*at r ioL vihici t, D fill had sixteen ftnev piie blooded ens, ali
,w er (I od-_Have, buttlirce of:whi.chse Atvq U M S. PtA R'S
aking in a tub cold water,, K A
thitee-yca ,an I M mly rjKad tht oudaY In the infomati-,ff6rd, 1. G-16d tb. a broodlqf Young tur ys The yvAsther b
itte an&. u is
through, b been m I ore u f td I r
could hardlyy ave
c #! P a f-pur ns are to be washed avor-,V P Lfai '0yb1easW4P,:'b ci t
0- V^ R'
-,tobe'ichanged. Use, no I a ..wenty-two donse I. Ve cl me, 6o.pao, t g o)y
theekp fafledto ti, S., t 5 M IS IE
ain ce.t t ,Wlth
i-days Mailyo it
'k46 nfiiyofmtaich in the 'G.L. T dltic. (-l.rftd d r-twitte. th ... h,, d
spread h4tch on.. acco u i it;of-.the excessive moi f)"-f th, catalo", of big,
inbe'. xmg out and bla'a she 'i. u re but npanaged' to get- about I
.1tfh'0*6brL straightening out f ll the edges
m yljiung. onm.-. The weather was AP R -3
Jddw6 6 KU SERtE
j ly:everyf wolor,1117ee-inebes .sqvery
ht badt at a goo x d d
qany ie rolm all the 1xp0s1
ure w -got
lu tiseycaij lbe cleansedfrom dust, hen very young,. but. after they
th ae
t b ..wee or t. o old we'lost very few y,, loth, wruug: out of sait o; e, a
'Ti, ingf, vyj
iey1itcLthiS pre eji -their turning,. Amil howiave 118 f the largest,- hea th
colored, their, fading. The NURSERY SEMNTS
w8, d 3t.young turkeys-In the
an pure'
(I b4e, with a small handf Iu douiitry,, :anor on we., tou
tf, ?L L qboul diary seas
f IV issolv
bd in a pailfuh troba y_ Is4:a la '-' -' ti '' : : '"' , , "
bavbrw rger percent age R E :
delicious putiding is creamand orange A -,.birds- batc ea,' but::we.-'reg4rd A
;hb W E"E D
itd'- g.. 'To'makei stir onepint o thic
present result as.very qqd: and attrib.. FT E -cream Wiffi three,'yolk q of eggs an (1 7 j,
u 'oqr-success largely otheintroduc-gar.,', Put a ]aye -ordp*fq),r Fall and, flaWddl
ri &,fabl" olifuL,of, 8u Tqbpqk:- ularvarletiesof Hrm
'tiowofhardy:v1ld :blood int the1lock adapted to this secttom ,
Mt cturiabsa-tha bottom6fa pudding,
The young for, thefIrs 6 ra t 6 T *ff J o
and -,coyer with t -two or thrf e rull w, 0" ,
a. iree s were fed, three times a-day th
and 'Taln- 0 f I ted
germe r n si San ord a wpot
'promb ., Bake half an hour-, Wi a
Q, f4pr top, with taftay, scraps from tlie. ouge, c:orn bread &lid ge
-or cover with a meringpepoe. cuTdIed mi k,. Villw',Fran halem
and tlie latter o t e
; 1. 1 .,: :, WAtofqr prices anddeqcrIptIoA-ta.
h ofeggs. _time o
ii corn meal ana "animal meal _W
ble sa H WK deorjej 7
It has always its'41ses, m at 'and bones ground).,, In, Wo
0 the cools an d
6, me-maker, ForIli 761-0 old birds-were-let out o
if is itivaittable. '(;dlor0PrX' t .:allowed F or a NU RSE R [ES-: OF E
8' to'wander in t e fields.
insW bi 'Are likely fitill n
week or two they came 'hbme at'higfithed'dahbe "set" with sait and watek.': To.
to befed, but they ate very littl& Aft er, IRA I-AL
unch 4f cut, flow'
pr erve, a ul : they w rd not 01 A PI;'11
y e ed a 'all,. "IM 0 -DA -OR
,ib the first of J f FLO RU No
ommoq, table salt, qud..,, ey
and ass q. a fresh lived endiely upon grasshoppers and
Select &strains of-Choioest TwIetles of Citrus FruM Tress a Speglalt a "ce'
e p6qid Complote. Prompt attend rreeponden earl laded. other bugs and w at t ey pie e up in all flibea., Our stock Is la -ton to 6o
'They did very litt e damage DUNCAN. Manager. Dunedin, Fla
Ion th a slice of le ithAhe 4e Ad& and Prrc&1Asi,'aAdreas, rL.
on in the kyest, to alty 6rop-',,'About the flr4t of 0 o er, y
."tiori,ou e po, fulofrum o CannotAfford t;oTlant a ffrolve,-Untii You H&V8,Xonxu1tPVV#Q*14r,, A
they egsn,,,comi It f a 11 t-tl6;
ve e toran 6fternoori at home.: epan, b ng oine jr
11 6afted' sina I cakes arid k f grain at nig t,,,.,w en:,,t ey wer,.
If fhe refresh jaients, need ed :whole corn wid' some w4eat, but, they
e fashionable function..
pieterre av been',fed! SUHSET HILL"'INU
: d the corn, and h _P
p and sthu atul, "W )rIncipally'6n'that during thefall. A'
Ca eased by. rubbing them.-W'Ith water
'T Whleb gives a 1181; ofthe Mosi PROPiTAkAt VARIETMO for bbsine", k! fbr
little before I ,
f t6,' h a' banksgjving, some ofour'
d quantity ot, Ainmonid is 1;, v on li', tfinif' ,rlc6s Wic oi4o1-bb@LARdEBT8TOO1f1Ok0M WTARENW, TIP
GO obl l w I ii d 'over twe' I t ake y a d e arry
young, g ers eg e .7N L' -. '., L ,
,added TIES. 1ake !"roftd .:.pounds e ad )L:W._RMG3_0Un8et M14 col
JV erefse fvi the
ivr'Aiinutes' dumb:6elL,,ex
mornIng and Will fit' cut. uctlon of wild blood does,
eff tive in the ev hibg
not L 9 j6jn to reduceL the size of:the L bi ras ii 6nl&rs and.r6und oul anpiutar coILL. L 77 Y01 1
t InfactL k'
viti' s -wore quicklythan anyiorm:df to any exten our tur eys are
arger & an everL pair of'
be ore and a'
51te Ing let. EA 0
I t rats f,(,M_ nalik them I too the, prize for RT
Jjjj'' tb-j, , jU
,P o, preveri i g e r ap-L' 'younk- D
8r o rize., tur k f L L, tern L York jjjL
kpe rahcc,,satiirate arag4i it good, strong .ys at the, wes NeWL
,Aoa 6n6,kpper Solution anA'LStUff it ijiL the L 'fair this&II. Using Wild stock on Brohze; in L September L and 0 ctob r and s V6 alli at iffg shippidg*-rat-tiole. Raut ake-Leiglly' L disco L L ed 0 ttjjk6j8,j6.j jig e jJjGH]k L jRkkT IS BAREof g8 d'r and
,h, ura eally not crdssobreedi Get th ST PRICF,;VVHILE T11JI M
Vorl me,, a goott MUUS.f je tneLbeSt LmeAhf j, of the Brob Zbare diripbtly desoehd(-(1,.f iipply your 6.UjpluSL Cagb to b I efore next blo omilig,
wild n sndL o ro s with tbisok- noWLfo also iiM mosrall of the,&tber
'house of h t - Trees and'blids
eyL se comes 'afoun4,.:
isJq9t in trod ucing new,, Yjg6, leadhig.vatieties -of. OraAge, Lemon d Grape' Mttrceli, SlAe G eap.
jtL_ to L .. ...
succ Turkey REds L & 'L '-drous-blood in the domesti6atedbrebd: L Wri fe m61d.
r pric" PL prices
e turkeys show' h L'
that',', tu rkeys wei more All our youri t e'perfect.
making 's:and iridescent bronze:ti i'ge to, C Tropkat -N -r
6ther-classes bf- poultry, Seml
A B00. (A
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I The Argenti e- ep bl _L
by State, buildings a d.exhl is. h I I I
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Object- of -the 11 ., ., The fact writings, Peel's portrait of' Washington,, seat'timb will ,be' ',ejthibited Vogethdr Chr' _bl grttw from ijews I
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cultural, mineral and manufaCtuiing,'re-7 L L L ''.1 L L I 7 '' ,_ ,tLL T _LL 7. L L L L _- _j, L k ,- _-ii, .,6.- L L,
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11 h I display L I IL 'L -"'t
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w uments: will be ed f T f Trafa g _,h_hich nas t object of fostering: g ,Q. ": '. L, 1: 11 I I I I -, . I I'~ I _1 11
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L wee the Sou n Stat-es' andolthe L I L I uatema a... A _P;Ctl e6 '_ with I
L ubllcS of Mexico and Ceiitial'Aiidgo li, 1 e -.,-Ewan dilation L Pk 'CIA-Mation" and: pol, th e monitors of our Llate War; until I
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o al Inter o se etweenA esestates And InterioY Depq. tm' eht-The'.ex of
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The:Site -7 The Exposition site is Pied- L elude the -'Patent' o 6 the ,ar Departmebt will be: 6ne4'61 GuetAmkiA.-nut : e :'Musical' 'Stones ,
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S300,000haiC already 0e#-expeudeqJn L -e eabora ean 0 a 0 1 0 arms
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the b64 ,- 82 006 000 will WonderfUlL eologC
:, ape, an L E a I wealth: tb e- Sta es armies from the beginning' of its exhibit,_ an _,pre -P
lands d t 3 'L I L I I . I I I L pF4tjons :'for' _it,,Ai6 4,,
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I es niand lakes have -, ,. I ,, Minerals, -In the Exposition building ,: Hp dur L L ;, ,. '" -_,, r Gr Ei I 11 I L. I L' "' 1, ,, _L U, L S I j6rL' I ,'
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I _, Will hAVe:'!' L_ National )13106n 601I
Va r, frontage." -exhibit-froML the Yellowstone 11 z I sion-of 'economic .KeolcI will ,be &&tioij'_ from tfie- EXP( ., i,
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L .- lakes I el I ectrio I A L a nolies an&gondolas -Will Pirk. Mill begin gii arly beautiful, '- -shown.: Minerals' rocks and L ores 'will Is I ion I e r in. L thatLL do L Antry I 18 to t ,,, I
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:: ply, affording -:An. agreeable -mlode - i Exhibit of the U.L S.'FishLCommission.. be 'displayed. with reference., hL -that.the '- ,,, I L ," I
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exhibit of-,the Fish Com 4; -,
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.'. -' 0 -Build L The Forestry' Exhibit.-The I forestry a '. 6 L M Mj68ion_L' '' _' -L ,' I I I L' " tA t -_ I -In ter60 61i I .
: I which will givalb, Government'. I f number have accepted. L) and iy
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