Florida farmer & fruit grower

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Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title:
Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title:
Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title:
Florida farmer and fruit grower
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
S. Powers
Creation Date:
January 6, 1894
Physical Description:
29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by:
Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen


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$ .. e.Power, Publisherand Proprietor. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. JANUARY 6, 1894. Whole- No. 1304- 'Vol.NEW VI,ENoi i. .

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BUYYALOSYR iYD1t TrHN v 1/. 0 the Tropics and warm climates of the' f nil 1 1 world?
Gft T that the'schmejustbroa ch HorticulDO -
a YOU KNOW irista was already A IIViNG/ FACT '
in our establishment? Some Florida people up to I
f ,__ i 1 the times know this,and are quietly taking advantage of the opportunity
? FOR THE SALE OFFlorida of getting rare plants of us. We can supply Aloe, Bamboo, Camphor, tin-
namon, Coffee.Dalbergia, Excoecatis Focus: ,Gamoge Hemp(Stsal.lronbar ) -
: bark Jujube.Kola, Logwood Mahogany. Nutmeg Olive,Orange,Pepper
r [ and California Oranges and Small Fruits, t Quercus, Rlce paper, Strychnine, Tea, Upas,'Vanilla.Wax-myrtle: Xylos-
+ "I ma.YuccavZingiber plants and hundreds of others.

vl A.T A.UCTION. Send for our large catalogue\which tells all l.abopt it.- ,jeREASONER '"
.Y 25.000 square'feet of floor space. Ample cold storage capacity. Car Lots Specialty, Befults BROS.? w Oiieco, Fla.
wired at once. Sales four days a week. Our auction sales are attended byfrult, dealers
from all over Western New York, Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and Canada.: The original ,
.' and only Independent Auction Western New York. Convenient to all railroads. Capitalnot
limited. Quick sales and prompt return Remember, this market is one of the best.
'Ye: hare no opposition in the Auction business, and realize good prices for all ship- '

; ments.Office"and Auction, 'Rooms' 104 & 106 W. Market- t.St. Buffalo' N. Y. YOU GROW ORANGES 1

llEJI'ERKNcis-Queen city Bank of Buffalo'N.Y ; Marine Bank of Buffalo, N.Y.;Citizens Bank,
Baltimore, Md.;Continental Bank, Baltimore, Md. Commercial Agency. Florida Reference- and a"
;any If you do, you know that .consignment means poor' returns worse
.A.I.Ives, Esq. Manager Florida Fruit Exchange.
UM U. S. Ciphtr and Scattergood's Code, and California"Cipher (revised). future. We to sell on the.tree or.f.o.-b.:;, .

People Are LearningIn Sell and i Do Not-- Consign,

If you cannot sell at home.Bhip,to us and we will.sell for you. '
We sell DAILY for CASH and make returns'oh'the day"of sale.We .- -*

Some parts,of the country at least, that THEY MUST HAVE AN EARLY ORANGE or no turn your oranges into money in from three to five days, while distant
b Orange at all. They are also learning that BOONE'S EARLY is not only the Earliest,but Best .
commission take 3 to 6 weeks. _
ana nearest to a Seedless Orange of any now grown. Budded Trees of this and other varietiesnow men r
for sale by Twenty years of consignment has brought prices from $35 thousafid 'down
'r C. A. BOONE,Agent to a pointwhere oranges will scarcely more than pay the cost of pi Id packing'
Semi-Tropical Nurseries, Orlando, Fla.BURNETT ,
,. and shipping '
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Keep your fruit on the"trees until the market IS ready''and'then"ship.

BROS. Send us no ,drops. or culls. They don't :sell. 'Watch',out bulletin in:',tho

BARNETT Times-Union. Shipwright coloredfruit in small lots or car loads. Leave russets -
a little longer: Write fdr'stencils, et&y Ely
159 South Water St., Chicago, ,
.. .respectfully solicit shipments of Fruits and Vegetables. BURTON K. BARRS, PRES., JACKSONVILLE," ,.FLA.
CHICAGO 1 ,, We are now making a specialty of .. -: -

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: [ESTABLISHED 1869.1R7 ]

"':.t of 0) f and invite correspondenceon: ,Markets'and Prospects. L7\lrER, .ENi3URC & C0., 4

t M We want ,reliable agents at all principal shipping, points., Successors to O.S.Palmer,166 Reade Street, New York.

References, by permission:National Shoe and Leather Bank, New York; WHOLESALE COMMISSION: MERCHANTS.FRUITS .

t,.}. ,,- the Volusia County Bank- DeLand Fla., and the Commercial Loan and Trust Co. FLiORIDA RHO VEGETABLES A SPECIAItTV..
':Ii', correspondence in market,and
We solicit and regard
PRODUCTION, AND PROFIT: your shipments,
Vt 1? prospects. Also write for stencils. References: Chatham National Bank, New

T-'.. Buy of the Weil-Known, Reliable, Tenyears'testedGLEN York, and Dun and Bradstreet Commercial Agencies. *

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[ft Ir: 4'* PEARS all kinds,immense stock. FIGS and MULBERRIES. Sell Your Oranges at Home.
IjI-.... ; PEACHES varieties, new and.old. POMEGRANATES.
:t:.. PLUMS,best Japan and native sorts;;; CAMCAMPHOR.TREES.
,\\" .. JAPAN PERSIMMO;varieties all tested. TEXAS ,UMBRELLA. I
w o.: .. .. GRAPES, good supply,all leading kinds. GR6VILLEA'ROBUSTA.T '' / If You Cannot
PECANS best Paper-Shell variety. MAGNOLIA 1 ,
".;_ '. WALNUTS, English,Japan and California. CITRUS TRIFOLIATA. -
CHESTNUTS, Japan Mammoth very fine. ROSES,SO varieties. The Jacksonville| Fruit Auction ED.
.r I:Vii?; .t +' We have other kinds-lota oi'them-write! : for what you want. [ \

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f .: and will be this year-: but experience'and'information as to adaptability! toyour Offers the Quickest and Most Reliable: Means of Disposing -

:., : locality is worth much more. We have .discarded: our own orchards one q ,
'il. .variety'of, which we shipped 400 bushels in 1887, and this is, but onaof,the hundreds of Fruit.
'r of,varieties tested. We have'built:our reputation on fine stocJsomQ people
1;( '. : When fruit cannot be sold here at, a"fair price will forward to best Easternor
and admirably ,
r.' eay,the finest. An Ex-Goyernpr of Florida.writes.;:. "They are beauties, so -
fr-; ., packed as to shame a novice. in the business, and even many who pretendto Western markets, and sell at auction (only one commission) and make advancesof
91i1 be experts." 50c to $1.00 per boz, on good fruit, here, as to general condition of markets.
7 -.r+ Prompt and careful (correspondence. Prices reasonable. 0 Catalogue Sale days Monday, Wednesday'and Friday; returns made on day of sale.
_r .' ', For stencils and information address
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Surely effective and cheapest material offered for the destruction of insects. Its proper use will kill the spider, rust mite, anguil-

lula, moving scale and fungus growths. It is a sure remedy for the "foot-rot" and the "blight" of the orange and the wilt of the pineapple.It .

will not only prevent the oranges from rusting, but will greatly improve the classification of the fruit.

Spraying outfits in great variety at manufacturers' prices. fm Ik I

Correspondence solicited. E B A 1 1Jacksonville r
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: IB the most effective compound yet discovered for destroying the insects infesting the orange tree, and is a sovereign

' remedy for: the various forms of fungi on trees and plants. Being free from all substances of a caustic, corrosive,or poisonous -

nature it can be handled with perfect safety to the person, and applied to the trees at any stage of growth without

insecticide has been used by some of the largest orange growers in the State during the past. two years, and hs*

given perfect satisfaction. References furnished on application.For .

Rust Mite Ute one quart, to fifty gallons of water. When used at this strength the_ trees should be sprayed for

the Rust Mite twice a month through the season. Where labor constitutes the principal item of expense in spraying trees

it is better and cheaper to use the Insecticide at full strength, viz.: One gallon of solution to 50 gallons of water, u the

fumes from the Insecticide will kill the Rust Mite even if the solution should not happen to touch them. In using the

Insecticide at this strength it will save three or four sprayings through the season, thereby reducing the cost from onc-

third to one-half.: This Is an Advantage Possessed by no Other Preparation of Sulphur. If used in this manner it

"will also kill the other insects that may be moving on the trees. '

For.Red Spider and Scale use one gallon to fifty gallons of water. General directions for using sent on application.

Price 20c. Per Gallon, in barrels. If there is no agent in your vicinity, write for price delivered. .

Spraying Apparatus furnished to our customers at cost.

McMASTER & MILLER, San Mateo and Citra, Fla.



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The Great Fast Express Freight System ef the South.

The attention of shippers is directed to the Plant S.S.Line between Havana, Key West and Tampa, and South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford;S.,P.&W.Ry.between Jacksonville
Gainesville,Bainbridge, River Junction and Savannah;Savannah and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,Philadelphia,Boston and New York, and Merchants and MJnmTransportation
Company between Savannah and Baltimore. The best equipped,fastest and most prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest.
Receivers and-Shippers WIll Profit by the Following Unparalleled Connections:
Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup, Bainbridge and I I Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany, BaInbridge Jesup
Savannah. I and Savannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville Jacksonville,Calla
Daily fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior and ban and Live Oak '
Coast points,including New York,Boston,Philadelphia Baltimore,Washington and Providence.Four Four ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company, sailing from New f
connections a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company,leaving Savannah Mondays York(New Pier 35,North River,)direct for Savannah Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and,Satur
.Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. days.The
Two connections a week for Baltimore,via Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Company, Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston every Thursday at
leaving Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. 3 p.m.for Savannah direct,making connection the dock at Savannah with fast freight tra.hUDr
Connections for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company, leaving Savannah every aQ points in Florida. '
Thursday. From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co.,for Savannah October igth and aoth and every ten
Connections for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah days thereafter. .
October 24th. From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners'Transportation Co.. every Tuesday and Friday,
Sailing! days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. making close connection with S.,F.&:W.Ry.,for,all points in Florida. .
The Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best freight route from all points North Bast and West to Florida. For full particulars,rates, stencils and shipping
receipts apply to any agents of the above lines or to
.. D.- 'OWENS,Traffic Manager,Savannah, Ga. F. B. PAFY Division-Fr.fght:AV. *ent.)araanah, Ga. W. M. PAYIP8OK- (lean Passenger Aft.,JaeksonYlll* 91* .
.... KNIGHT, Oentraetlnc Freight Agent,JaekiinTille,Via, J. H. BTKFHWI, Oo tra *in' *Aent, JaeksooTtlle, Jla.'I .

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For One Year ..............................82.00 than a very few kinds on anyone 000 acres in bearing vines onehalfwas and smooth. Under these
For Six Months........................ ..... 1.00 farm. For these plants there is noth- in Caiifornia New trees I
alone York
In ...................... 3.00 ing to offer but scatter bran and screenings, and
''ubscriptiona in all cases cash in extermination. Under ranking second, Ohio third and Mis- "biddy" does the work of eating the
advance. No discount allowed on one's the other division is included the numberless souri fourth, followed by Kansas,Vir- pestiferous insects.

j all own subscription(except in a club), but to common weeds, mostly annum ginia, North Carolina, Indiana, Illinois While looking for the little seeds
agents a liberal cash commission will als which
spring up so readily on and Georgia in the order named
He allowed on all subscriptions obtained and specks of bran she garnishes her
by: them. Write for terms. vacant spots or along the interveningspaces and smaller areas in almost every f food with the spicy curculio. I know
To every new subscriber we will send, of crops planted in rows. The State and territory. this to be true, for I have the evi-
postpaid, a copy: of "VVhitner's "Garden- harm they do depends greatly on the Of these sources of supply the New dence. Now for
ing in Florida." For two sub- treatment receive. seven varieties of
new they The cultivator York and California distncts the I
scribers, at $ .OO each, we will send, is however to that the on j plums I must speak a good word for
apt forget
postpaid, a copy of Moore's "Orange opposite sides of the continent, are the t Robinson. It always produces.I .
stirring the soil receives in
the eradi the
Culture. principal contributors to the New ] have Wild Goose Marianna
Rates of advertising on application. cation of these weeds is no more thanis York market, while the Virginia, Car- ]Blue, Lombard Prunus, Simoni, English
Remittances should be made by check, needed for the good of the crop, olina, Georgia and Florida grapes, of 1 but the Robinson the, ,
postal note money order or registered and which would be needed just the which much has been gives me only
letter expected, are in this of '
to order of it crop year 93. I have been
same were no weeds exist- still
FARMER JLNT FRUIT GROWER. comparatively insignificant. out with saw and lumber this morn-
ence. In regard to being a "robberof factor.
Jacksonville Fla.
ing and propped up the limbs that are
the soil
no plant can impoverishthe .
NOTICE soil if it decays on the spot where Work of the Earthworm.All hanging almost to the ground with
it tempting fruit. Even the chicken
If you receive a copy of this grew. of the famous cities of an- yard is not a sure defense with other
paper which; you did not order, Among the benefits the soil may tiquity which are now being unearthed varieties this year, but the Robinson,
consider it an invitation .to sub- derive from a crop of weeds, are from their mouldy graves, are provedto where plenty of fowls are enclosed
scribe. If you do not want it, those accruing from these facts: have been buried under the soil by I and fed, will not disappoint the
kindly hand it to a neighbor. i. Weeds shade the soil. 2. They the earthworm. Years and years un- planter.
furnish a mulch. 3. They supply til the years rolled into ages, these ,
vegetation to be ploughed under. little workers have thrown a depositof Wood Ashes.

Q ti !.h& The naced] influence soil is not of a burning sun on a fine earth upon the deserted cities, "That wood ashes are of much valueto
-- --- --- I fully understood. until a deep and fertile soil hid them 11 the of and
grower plants trees has
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a chill to the spine; and no wonder ricnmcnt or=tnc- sdiir ivacciaiathe & h that a feeling of hatred for such offenders value of a crop for ploughing under light seems to affect the movement of same S effects are oDservea.: "me plains;

became a part of the common the common verdict, stands i in their bodies; their sense of smell i is treated do not run to wood to the dis

legacy bequeathed to the present gen high approval. Any crop is consid dull; but their sense of touch is so remarkably advantage of flowers, but make a
eration. The result was that we ered valuable for the purpose. That 1L keen that it leads to the growth whose appearances of leaf and
dropped almost unquestioningly into a crop of ordinary weeds is as valua conclusion that they possess a certainamount stem indicate to be the highest type
the old way of regarding a "weed" as ble as one of clover, I do not clai..11.i of intelligence. Darwin, of healthy vigor.

a thing of unmixed evil, a "robber of i Yet it is not improbable that some with whom these little worms were The youngest boy on a farm knows
the soil;" and it became almost heresy among the miscellaneous growth may. great favorites, noticed that in dragging that the biggest of the big plants is
to think otherwise. Even be nearly, or quite, as good a collector 1
to-day a leaves into their burrows they' sure to grow where last year's bonfire
progressive thinker and investigatorwho of nitrogen as the clover. invariably chose that part of the leaf f was made. The application of good
discovers a useful quality in the To place an estimate on the aggregate that facilitated the task of getting it i ia ashes to grass on lawns is shown to
condemned plants, hardly dares to benefit of weeds, would be through the hole. "Just as a man have done good. The vivid green of
mention it, lest the popular verdict difficult task. That it is sufficient t to would do under similar circum the herbage and strong growth tell

' place him as an advocate of slackness be worthy of consideration, is a .fact stances." As fertilizers of the soil 1 the story of its value.-Southern Ag-
in farming.A that can hardly be questioned. On they are invaluable to the farmer and I riculturist.

student of the weed problem the great: Western American farms, gardener_ as they are continually .. .
must impartially consider: -i. The they furnish about all the fertility turning over and loosening the earth, Dr. Atkinson has returns of one
good weeds do. 2. The harm they that is ever received. It is not im- thus making it easy for seeds to take sale from Philadelphia, where one lot
do. He must,also give due recognition probable that they do much more in root and allowing the rain to penetrate brights sold for $2.30. The ,average -
to the fact of their existence, and keeping up the continued richness of with ease. is still under $2.00 per, box but;
cost of getting rid of them. In other soil than is ever credited to them. .... there appears a very good prospect, of

words, the_ debtor side must show a The fall crop of weeds cost nothing.If Plums in the Chicken Yard.A going above this.-Oviedo Chronicle. -
balance,equal to the cost of extirpation a,system of agriculture shall make writer in the Indiana Farmer ,.

before such work can economi- profitable use of them, it saves the says: Theories vanish by the side of f
cally be undertaken. In the practical hard work of keeping them down. facts in every avocation. I have at
dealings with weeds, they may be There is also a great saving of worry the present writing three Robinson
' separated into two classes; and every over conditions that are often un plum trees loaded with ripening fruit, _. r oses
farmer draws the dividing line for avoidable.The and two others with not a plum left.
himself and.there is .
a wide differenceof
The five trees the ,
were set on same How to ret the best;and
opinion as to where it belongs. The sold for how to crow them auOo
grape crop use kind ,of ground seven years ago, and ceasfolly-thAt'a the tees
first class includes those that can be, alone in the census year was said to have had the same culture. The same of our new
and should be, entirely eradicated amount to 267,000 tons, of which results have been derived for the past Guide to Rosa Culture
'4.' from the farm. To, it belong plants I over '60,000 tons were from the New three years, the three trees bearing a I*( fbrlSM. It tens yon bow
:. that have a strong' tendency to monopolize I York district, and nearly 40,000 tons full crop of sound plums and the two Boees toptthetamoa on their own*D.&Ce roots;
the soil, regardless of its I from California, while the States of f a crop of wormy fruit, worthless. The Beat rives Information the Terr IaZst forth and
. present occupancy, and whose hardiness Missouri and Ohio supplied 60,000tOIlJ three fruiting trees are in the chicken flowers culture' of all kinds! of
.%; and tenacity,render it difficult to and smaller quantities came yard; the others outside. The groundin ot Interesting floraljiaguln.*
control them when they get a. foot- from many.,other States in the East, said yard is not plowed, but early : "SUCCESS.WITH FLOWER8J

hold. This class seldom hu more I West North and South. Of 300- in the spring is swept and kept hard i ..THE.. ..DINGCE....mlCla.f&CONARD W... ..CO..... .

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Falsifying: About the Auctions. microscopic plants need a slightly alkaline HASTINGS' FIRST LAUREL.

medium in which work and
Some time ago we reprinted: a part .
of a letter which had been written to soils that are slightly alkaline are :
therefore better suited the Is the leading early Potato for the Southern States .Extra stock of Seed :Potatoesnow
to nitrifying
the Times Union by a person in Cincinnati ready. First Laurel, $5.00 per bbl.; Rural New Yorker No. 2, $ .TS'perbbl.;
i, who thought Tie had discovered process.It Dakota Red, $4.75 per bbl.; Early Puritan, $$4.7\:per'bbl.; Early Sunrise,'$4.75 per #

a mare's nest in that city's representative is generally said that lime aids bbl.; Early Rose, $4.50 per bbl; Early Beauty of Hebron,. $4.50per. bbl. '

'of the Florida Fruit Ex in the decomposition of the organic H. G. HASTINGS :A CO., .

change. 'He gave'the figures some matter of the soil, rendering its plant Seedsmen, Iriterfachen, Tla. ;

sales": made by 'that 'repres iitative, food more available. It used to be Our Catalogues are free on application.

which figures were promptly annihilated explained in a chemical way, but I

''ty the,a reply! published now believe that one of the chief uses 300 Acres In Nursery. 'rtitrt Ifth' Vear.SPECIAtI'IES .

in the 'same paper. ThereuponthVperson of lime is to make the soil alkalineif : : :

wrote. a second'letter'to the ( it is not already so), and thus 'FR'U I IT TREES Specially 'adapted to Florida and Subtropical,countries.
Peach, Oriental Plums and Pears, Japan:Persimmons,
hasten the nitrification
; of the
Times;Uni 'n, in which he acknowledged organic Strawberries, Guavas, Giant Loquat,etc., etc. Rare Conifers and Broad-leaved Evergreens,Camel-
is'efror slavishly the matter of the soils. lias,Azaleas,50,000 Palms, 30,000 Camphor Trees, Hedge Plants, Open Ground Grown Roses. 'The
praised Green House Department is complete in plants of every class suited to Southern Horticulture.' -
Fruit Exchange'and in ''general made Dr. H. J. Wheeler, of the Rhode alogues free. Address p. J. BERCKMANS Fruitiand Nurseries, Augusta, Ga. ..

weak ana slobbering exhibition of Island Experiment Station, has been No Agents.

himself.l making some very interesting experi- CIRCULARS OF .

At the same /tithe we copied from: ments on liming soils, and has ob- 1

the"RiVefsfe'(California) Press part of a tained some very interesting results, SUNSET HILL NURSERIES

letter written to it from Buffalo by which are yet unpublished, but will
be in the future.A Contain a list and description of the,.Choicest and Most Profitable varieties of the Citrus
another discoverer of a mare's nest,.in near Famiiy, which we have selected from over one'hundred different varieties grown,and tested by us

which Stated' that the Buffalo Fruit large amount of caustic lime on in our extensive, experience of seventeen years. We. carry"one of ...

Auction Company, on a certain day, a soil would have a tendency to lib- The Largest Stocks of'Citrus Trees- ,in,the- United- States.-

last spring, 'sold Riverside Navels at erate ammonia compounds. Oyster :
shell lime refuse if Send for circulars. Address R. '31iLI 1 'P c. .- .
80 cents a box, which he afterwardssaw gas applied in s unset Hill,Lake" ?o..,Fla, -,

retailed at:$S.4o ex- limited quantities, would not seriously .
affect the ammonia without FREE RIDE TO SEE
pressed strdng'incredulity of this storyat very

the time, and now comes a.letter rapid decomposition was taking place 'ONE MILLION N ; FRUIT TREES

when it was applied. After it has ,
from the Buffalo Fruit Auction Company 'LARGESr'.sfoCK
!'the California Fruit Grower been on for a time, it combines with '
to Will taKe'R.. R.fare from biH'of trees to all who will come to Nursery-and purchase ta amount
(which, had 'also copied the letter), the carbonic acid of the air, and formsa ot double R. R./fare. 1 can afford to make'this offer, as one:,pleased customer means ,his future,
carbonate thus trade, also the trade of his neighbors. Club together and'send'one man from your neighborhood. ,
which they Sustain by an affidavit. neutralizing wholly before buying this fall.} .
The essential part of their reply is as its caustic properties. It also unites i; am'now preparing to plant fqr.i myself what' will be the largest orchard. in 4 the county.' Priceof
stock as low as the lowest for first-class stock. Catalogue free.Wholesale. -
follows with the organic acids of the soil,
: I' Pomona: Nurseries.

"Some of Mr. Meacham's fruit was forming neutral lime compounds.A '
1 so-called insecticide has been W. D. GRIPPING, Pti itletotr.
very fine,and he succeeded in selling ,Macclenny,Baker Co.-Fla '
distributed in the New States
i it at good prices to the dealers on this England

market' ; however, the car containedsome the Potato past year, called "Non-Poisonous" JOHN CLARK, SON ,'& GO,
Bug Destroyer. proved to
Navel which were culls
or seconds these Mr. Meacham was be nothing more than refuse oyster '
; shell lime and contained 'GROOERS AND OQMMISSION'MERCHiNTB-
gas-house ,
unable to sell, and on March loth he
principally lime and fully 20 percent ,
gave them to the Buffalo Fruit Auction _
IN :
of volatile matter and the tarry -DEALERS 4','
Company to sell for his account, matter which is removed in the ,Coal Grain Wines : Tobacco Etc. '"
man- Hay Liquors Cigars ,
and we succeeded in selling the same ,
ufacture of It contained
at: \once, and although unpopular sizes gas. a trace JACK90rTYIIiLIi: 'PIA
'' of ammonia, coming from the decom- .' -
for box. Later "
they $3.00
per position of the coal. The tar and PRICE LIST_ OF'WHISK ;Y.I .
oh March 14th, another lot of 80 and I Parker..................................:81 75 J;Martin-Rye...................... t.i*3 'OO
size'which he Had held until small quantities of the sulphates which Orange Valley........................... 2OO; Virginia Glades ..............'......... ,4 OO
96 they shell lime refuse always Spring Valley...... ..................... ,2.50 Old-Bourbon..........................."5:00:
were'rotting: and would not sell, we oyster gas North Carollna Corn......... ......... '2 50 Kentucky Sour Marah... ............ .'5/OO
contains, act to a very limited extent as Clifton Club ..... ................ Old I ......... 5 00
sold at auction for him, realizing $2.70 disinfectant but in be Montrose Velvet. ................186: 00
a can no way
per box. Now, as Mr. Meacham Jugs Extra: One gallon, 250.; two"gaU6n.,5bc.three'gallbn/75c.;; i Remit',.by iJoSt' ftice''m tity "
in his letter that he saw first- of value as an insecticide. It might order,check or registered letter. We cannot ship dry,to'gns.,
says possibly prove obnoxious to some A complete price list of Groceries,and Wine List, sent free on application.
class'Navels from Riverside sell for8oc N
per box,. and as we know this to kinds of beetles, bugs, etc. JOHN CLARK, SON" .&. CO....'___>
If applied in excess this material -
be either a falsehood or an error, as y
!first-class Navels have (i. e. sulphate and tar) would undoubt- ; '
never any Co.No.
time during the past ten years sold for edly tend to injure the roots of treesor Standard :Guan9'Ohemical MTg: Y .

plants and it should therefore be
such this market and ,
any figure on 14 Union, $, New Orleans, La.
the left exposed to the air for a time before -
wishing to correct same, we en-
applying in order that the lower M MANUFACTURERS OF {-
close that this '
a sworn statement at
sulphur compounds be oxidizedto High Grade Animal: Bone,Fertilizers
very,time that Mr. "Meacham refers to, may ; r
sulphates, and thus rendered harm- MADE FROM PURE "
We sold his own second quality of ./
Navel oranges for $3.00 per box. We less. The material (refuse gas lime) Raw and DissohrecL ,&nima'Bone..

also state and affirm that at this timewe can have no fertilizing value other CU. .R NTEED., -- ,,,- .

were selling first-class Navels for than its beneficial action in neutral- OSCAR ,H. NOLAN, (,State Ant.Jacksonville .,

different parties at Riverside from izing acid (sour) soils, and those who : Fla.,

use it as a source of plant tood will
box"More J .
$4.00 to $4 25 per ji -f --- ji2 --l.l '* -y.
undoubtedly find it out before long. :

About'Lime.ditor % If gas house lime was applied directlyin .BUDDED: 1 ROSES:!

..., liberal quantities, one should fear .
$ .Farmer and Fruit Grower: its injurious effects, rather more than GROWN IN AND ADAPTED TO FLORIDA.Send =

:Lime:is, :valuable 'to us as a fertilizer its beneficial action.Authorities for catalogue and price-list to :

,* provided the soil, is lacking in in New England con- '
that' It is, 'valuable to ' & "Wyli,
.constituent.. sider it dangerous to apply limein .
1. !Ixa: :exrl .oloLOxx* ''F'1e.
acid soiHsour! -soil) neutralizing theacid
i V, ; '. any quantity during growingseason.
,'andthus-preventing< ,its injuriousaction : Unless anyone has experience -
on,'the foots 'of plants. Sci- ItAlE GE RGEqtIfSERIES.:
uj'j: -v-'i in the use of gas lime, it is gen .

ence1lias, "recently,demonstrated .that erally conceded that either shell marlor Write to W. W. Hawking & Sons for their new catalogue of orange, lemon

all fpfms''of\ '' 'nitrogen} must;; '. v --Qe nitrified stone lime, would be a safer appli-- and grapefruit trees. f I ->*a',
_or.cbangeda nitrate, beforeth'e cation. Our 'Specialties; are: Ruby Orange, Triumph Grapefruit and Sanford's- ,

"mlrogen '.., can',"be taKen up as NEW ENGLAND ORANGE GROWER. Thornless Sicily'Lemon, the latter:declared by experts in California to be:the- ,
plant:1ood..Thiswilitrifyidgrocessis : > finest lemon yet brought to the notice"of'the growers there, analyzing higher in ;,
quantity and,quality acid than of r:bacteria. Bacteria areverylow'forhls This will be a good year for growers any.o her: variety. ', '.
W. tel. ._Ja2vl:1ns: : .& .Sozi.,
of plant life. THese to change the one-crop system. Qoorgotiown' 9 P1&: :


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THE' .r.- FLORIDA.. ,-- FARMER-y----- AND' .- .FRUIT-GROWER.- ..-'- -- .., ., 5


Torohes'to Save From Frost., break the oil cells. Cut out the inside of: I I lemon was there placed to, serve and bused < Feeding Orange Trees.

Mditor Farmer and Fruit Grower: the fruit, getting rid of the core and i 11 I as an antidote. many conditions! Now to my methods, and, by the way,
The enclosed..slip I cut from a New seeds. Weigh pound for pound of the 1 I I that civilization and civic crowding I do dot claim them as original,but they
York and thought it might be'use-: fruit and sugar. Let the fruit lie in water] would originate. Man\ in his savage'state have been gathered from the Adams,
ful to paper, readers. :'Kindly'state all night. Boil in clear water with a lit- needs not the lemon, but to man thatis Phelps; ,Hubbards, etc., and applied to
some ofyour
issue whether it would tle alum added until tender. If you civilized and whose constitution has: my condition, and with results' that, are
be'best to apply nitrate as of soda to orange wish them green add green grass, placed undergone those changes and asssumedall satisfactory as far'as hare gone ;but I
and oblige. between each layer of fruit while boiling: the liabilities and degeneration inci- intend, if possible, to feed ,heavier than I
trees in ,February
January or artificial state citric acid the ever have for full trees. I would
HERBERT J. Piu Tr. Make your syrup. Drain your fruit from dent to our bearing
A Swedish ,farmer in Hadley, Saratoga the'water and boil in the syrup until ten- essence and active principle of the give not less than eight pounds in Sep-
has valuable der or transparent. Place in jars, and if lemon, becomes at once not only luxury tember, this'with a view of stimulating
county information, to imparted his neighbors. He.advisedto the syrup is too thin boil it thick and but an indispensable physical necessity.In the formation of fruit buds, for the buds
of Southern Europe are formed at the last growth in the fall
have torches made of peat soaked with pour over the fruit in the jars. some parts ,
for the first frost. They 2. Dried citron should be cut a little lemon juice cures diarrhoea when all the in October or November; then in Decem-
petroleum, ready usual remedies have lost their effect. In ber give, say sixteen pounds tree this
did not cut pine thicker and boiled in a thin syrup until per ,
stakes two Jhaye inches,,any peat diameter, so they and five tender, then dried in the sun or by arti- the treatment of intermittent fever and with a view that during 'winter it will
in in ficial heat. 'ague the whole plant is i often used,, be taken up by the roots (which are never
feet and them' to soak
troleum.long A few put evenings since when pe- 3. Some flavor with lemon; others with branches, twigs, leaves and fruit being wholly dormant), digested, and be ready
made to render agreeable but effective for the heavy strain of blooming and
.had fallen to thirty-eight degrees various essences or fruits; others preferthe an
the,tnorcury these bruised setting the fruit and this work ina
; .the stakes, set in the buck- native taste without flavoring. substitute for quinia ; are doing
wheat fields to the and set on 4. If you pick fruit too ripe it will be and a decoction made from the mass,, time of scarcity of moisture as we
fire. It was,a fifty fine display acre of,fire works, too tender, only fit for marmalade. If which is both curative and protective usually! have in March, April and May;:
and who ,used the torches too green it will shrink a great deal. against malaria. In scurvy or any con- then In March\ give eight pounds more,
every -..--- dition due to vitiated or deficient nutri- and in June a like amount, thus keepingyour
saved his while those who did notlost
crop, breakdown of tree fed and not like the :-
with yell
tion ;Irish
a consequent : :
? half to two-thirds from the frost. The Scandinavian Colony at Lady
the normal and healthy condition of the man fed }his hog-fed him well one day
The torches cost a half-cent each. Thisis Lake.
blood, there is no medicinal agent that and gave him nothing the next, because
a new i idea in America, though apple About one year ago, Mr.\ O. M. Peter- equals citric acid, either as an arrester,, he said he wanted his meat a streak of
crops have been saved from frost in the of came South to look fora l lean
son, Chicago, preventive or as a curative.M. and a streak of fat. But your fruit
spring "by building smudge fires under place to which he could recommend his Girard, the well-known chemist and will be all fat, and when'the tree has

the trees. countrymen in their need of better lands chief of the Paris municipal laboratory,, plenty of food available through the rootsit
and more favorable climate than they prouounces citric acid a prophylactic does not draw on the supplies stored in
The Poverty of a South Florida ,'found in the Northwest. After going against the cholera. He experimentedon the fruit, and your fruit remains heavy

County.The over the field thoroughly he found Lady the bacillus of both cholera and of and solid away into the spring, when
able editor' of the Braidentown Lake,:in Lake county. ,The leading citi- typhoid fever, and found that in the acid otherwise the tree has to call on the
Journal bewails the uncommon hard zen, :Mr. S. W. Teague, joined heartily in the microbes cannot live. The same nutriment stored in the fruit, the fruit
times'which'have befallen that section : the plan, and was ably seconded by Mr. competent authority says that fifteen becomes: light and corky and unsalable.]
"Scores of our readers to whose attention E. W. Agnew, of Ocala, and G. C. Stapyl- grains of citric acid added to a quart of Another thing, we are all prone to apply : -
this article may come have shipped dur- tou, of Leesburg, and a few other owners tainted water will effectually destroy all our fertilizer too'near the tree. In a
ing ,,the few months past crops of soundbiigbt who held their lands about the town at germs or microbes. With this view of grove in full bearing, planted 33x33, I
: oranges, and can's'afely count the a reasonable figure, and agreed not to the beneficial effects of citric acid he would sow the fertilizer broadcast' allover
result a failure. raise the price and discourage the colonyas recommends the drinking of lemonade the ground, just as though not a
"The orange crop is small comparedwith has been done so often in like at- during the prevalence of any disease or tree stood on the ground It won't be
the vegetable crop and there is tempts. With these assurances, Mr. during an epidemic. lost, for there is not a foot of that soil
every reason to presume that it will be a Teague went ahead and invested a largo Critic acid is believed to owe its great but what is occupied by roots. As to

worse;failure than the other. sum in advertising Florida in generaland virtues to its strong affinity for, and sol- the kinds, it is not my place! to say, but
"There are men throughout this these lands in particular in the Scan- vent powers! over, urea, with which it any of the first-class fertilizers are good,
county'who owe more money this year dinavian papers and language. As is unites to form a soluble salt. Uric acidis and I am driven more and more to'the
than they did last year, and there are always the case advertising bore a good the bane of civilized man, and to this belief that it will not do to say'any will

men who made a profit last year and now harvest. chemical body in some form or other we do.; I believe there are peculiarities of
1 find themselves in'debt. To-day.about thirty from the Dakotas are most indebted for our various forms soil, where one fertilizer will be' a:success -
"The merchants becoming alarmedas and other Northwestern States are loca- of rheumatism, {pout, neuralgia and and another of equally good goods, a
they must provide crates and provisions ted in Lake county, well contented and kindred diseases. Lemon juice acts most comparative failure. For instance, "I
to customers who are continuallymore are writing all their friends to come, as beneficially on many of these cases. It is have a bright intelligent friend in the
deeply indebted; so the professionalmen their year's, work has proven_ profitableand true, complications and intercurrent diseases north end of Polk county who uses one
cannot hope to find paying employment their treatment fair-for in no case ante over which citric acid may of the cheap fertilizers, and says;nothing
among an impoverished,people has the price of the lands they desired have-no effect, and which must first Le gives him the results that does, while
"Although the people of Manatee I been raised. displaced before any amelioration can be the same fertilizer used in my immediate -
county produce the most valuable crops During the summer the writer saw looked for-here it is where a comprehensive neighborhood is almost a failure,
which American soil can yield, they are I I them hard at work planting vineyards, knowledge and a carefully culled and has been long since abandoned.:
slowly and surely Einking into poverty." : and the ploughed field crops with which medical experience comes into playbutit Let me suggest that you take, say a
But on the local! page of the same they were familiar. Talks with these does not remove the fact that an ante- half-dozen tre. s, fertilize as I have here
paper twe; find the following} ,which is not hard workers-none of whom came with- rior intelligent use of citric acid mightnot indicated, and at the end of the second
quite,so gloomy: : "Mr. and Mrs. J. M. out money-brought out their satisfaction have prevented the whole track of year you ought to be able to determine
Boyd, Mrs. Bentley and Mr. E. R. Le- ., 'and enthusiasm for Florida. They degenerative changes. whether you want to continue or not.
vicey, all'' of Atlanta, Ill, are in town said that here they found that they could Citric acid manufacturing, in concert But I have no doubt as to what you will
this week waiting for the arrival of the raise crops the whole year of four seasons with the scientific curing of the lemon, is do, and if you want to find out the best

goods to.take up their residence on recently -I. ; and while we had none of the horrors sure to be one of Southern California's fertilizer for you, take as many half
purchased property below Sarasota of the six months' winter they knew future and leading industries, as with the dozens as you want to try fertilizers, and
tIre Boyd comes from the greatest : at home and in Dakota, on the other necessary density of population and the a few years ought to enable you to settle
corn-producing section of the country. hand the summers were without the terrific rapid encroachments of civilization to all the question for yourself. '

During the past summer he grew upon t dry heat of inland plains, therefore parts of the world, the demand for citric But this much is settled in my mind,
135)acres 6,200 bushels of corn for which, I, they could work every (day in the year acid will greatly increase and lemons can- the man that is growing oranges and!

although an exceptional yield, he re- I without discomfort. not be grown everywhere-the lemon being making money at it twenty years from
-f ceived an average of$15.15., acre. In Two of the more enterprising' hare more delicate than the orange. Urea now is the man that feeds well. He'may
the,light of 'possible profits his move is a built large houses to keep those who are and the many forms of kidney and liver trim high or trim low, may pick'before
wise one.'" expected soon, until they can look about derangement to which it gives rise blooming or after, may 'cut out deadwood
. and select ther lands. ramify into many distant forms of affec- or let it rot out, may have buddedor
The Citron-Colonel Danoy's Recipefor At the, termination: of their first yearas tions where the original causes are lost seedling fruit, may practice' clean
Preserving. settlers, Mr.;,Peterson returned to find sight of. Insanity is but too often a culture or green culture, but one thing
out how they were getting on. So well direct result of a sudden uremic access, he will certainly do, and' that, is feed,
Nearly:, all.the citrons heretofore testedin pleased' was he,that he has just issued a and very often a remote effect. Intelli- feed, feed.-Irving Neck 'in Bartow
Florida have been very unsatisfac- handsome pamphlet on Florida, "the gent use of lemonade is here a preventive.Were Courier.
tory, but it is quite possible the fault was l and[ of eternal:summer," as he says on lemonade to be more generally .-..

fully as much,the mode of preserving as hi$,title page. It is printed,in Scandinavian used it would be) a most efficacious arm
in the quality of the fruit itself. The and handsomely illustrated in halftones in the defeat of intemperance, as physically If you feel weak
wife of the Colonel had a recipe which and filled with results obtained
it those agents from the i
removes and all
she used, far ;years with entire satisfaction -. from Actual settlers, and treats of every system that lead to a craving for drink.I worn' out taKe
1 ?, and, ,'which was also tried by several '. crop ,;possible to make money< in the was further made acquainted with BROWN'S IRON BITTERSIORIDA
of her friends ,with equally good ..
State.. -Florida.for December.. the use of the lemon in the treatment of .4
success.. AVe are .glad to note that the .
; is
eczema by a Mexican gentleman ; Fruit and ''Vegetable Growers, do
Reasoner Bros.;, of Manatee, are propagating' The Lemon and. Its Uses. used both locally and internally; a ripe I "you want to know about ''Boston's reliable
three varieties from the original and its cut dealers? Send 10 cents iu stamps or silver for a
.. trees imported by the United States Aside from its use as a condiment and acid lemon is split artfully prepared list. Address FLORIDA, IN-
Pomologist, Van ;Jemari J; from Calabria, as an agreeable flavoring adjunct, says I surface rubbt briskly over sensation the affected follows FORMATION Co., 22 School St..Boston.FOR .
: Amalfi. and.Sorrento: Italy; and it is to the: San Diego Union, the lemon has I parts ; a sharp! burning of all
this valuable confection other and more important functions to with a subsequent allaying I1 Tres.;
that 13i;
be .hoped' day be very added: to Florida'sstaple towards the animal economy..Specul itching. I have so used it with marked
"' can ting the "state of man onthe, earth benefit. Another' use is its softening
: upon
,M products. audits evolutions would seem,judging effect on pedal calosities and corns, by a SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.
.Mrs/Dances recipe is as : from the of the lemon in local application of a split lime, ,which Write for Catalogue and price list.JENNINCS' ,"
it turns yelloW presence
1. Pick the, /rait before ,
facilitates their subsequent re NURSERY CO.,
that civilization wasi greatly :
the civilized zones
; cut. up into, ;slices,/ "about: .an inch! ; condition, and that the moval. Thom a_.
ode' Grate'the ou t tSide'skin lightly to I I predestinelT I\ i


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FJ1l'dElJ1)'l]' ) tfleIEl( Smith tried it two years ago, and the I I I about chemical fertilizers." With this I!I

.......-....,.....".--- I drouth caught him, and he lost all his pea, the red cob, Southern variety of tobacco

Farm Talks. crop.dred dollars.He told me he was out two hun- corn, Florida clover (beggar weed), mil- ,

Brown-Well let, cassava, sweet potatoes and other wwwwwww
neighbor, you put me Brown-That was from his lack of
things adapted to Florida and
on the track of a good thing l last products Soils for Tobacco.
:year, judgment. He used seed from his feed of the soil consumed the farm
and my adoption of it has saved me corn that came from the north. He was and the animal Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:

many Williams-How a dollar in good is hard cash. told he was making a mistake, but he thereon spread thickly manure over small consequent areas Complying with my promise made
Brown said he would show them. The result at a time, what is to hinder, extensive you several months ago to give your
-Why, you suggested that I put was, when the drouth struck him he did in
farming even Florida? readers views from
that gathered long
newly cleared land my
north of the lose his crop, and all his labor too. Williams With
school house, in the Wonderful Pea. Williams-Will a different seed your permission experience and observation, as to the
over- Neighbor I
Brown shall send
Williams-Yes, I recollect. It was come the contingencies of a drouth? to THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER.your ideas I peculiar qualities of lands (soils) best

one of these new-fangled notions that I Brown-There are some seeds adapted think their general adoption will redeem adapted to the perfect development of

did never not been take tried much in this stock in, as it had I to sandy land and dry spells, and among the South from the one idea: that it is cigar leaf tobacco, I now, in due season

land; but if it would do high half pine what sandy was I kerneled them are red-cob Southern rye and the long- adapted to nothing successfully but cot- beg to submit the following:
,Southern corn. In the ton and
promised, I thought it would help the same vicinity where Smith made his oranges. Good.morning.GEO. The different varieties and types of
Southern farmer out, and was worthy of failure, Roberts put in ten acres of the ...... is. tobacco require different soils, cli-

trial. red-cob variety, from seed grown in Put- Manure for Lettuce. mates and environments. Plug tobacco .
Brown-Well, I not only put that nam The drouth
ground'in the peas but I planted two or it was county.foot high and came on when Four or five inches of sandy loam,such may be grown successfully a-y- f
a '
!. over as is found anvwhprp.. nrr\f\-r\t\..... rrnn.l...... .... ..... Ae. where, regardless of climate or soil '
"un;" I"UW uc"wccu IDe trees In two months. The corn stood still mak -- ---- --0/ ---- &- & '&''''"'.P- ,
the I had oraufe ids, and two inches of fresh clean horsemanure and uniform
groves charge was nip ing no growth all that time. But 'when fertility seasons being the :
and tuck between me and the pea vines, the rain came, that corn started up as spread over it and forked in as i only prerequisites, as qualities of combustion -
which should have described in our book What to Do is all.
control, not only of ,
though something was after it, and madea aroma and texture are not es-
the ground between the trees, but the good crop. Like the Wonderful it This gives rank, white, crisp lettuce, sential
to plug tobacco. Silicious
trees themselves. The ground was lit- survives the drouth superior to that raised in any soil manur- or
the other vari-
erally covered, mulching it thoroughly, I eties are killed out. ed by compost. Fermented manure has sandy soils always yield finer textures

and I had a time keeping it off the trees. Williams-What kind of been tried again and again, but it does and colors, as shown in the Virginia
For mulching orange groves, this pea produce? a crop does it not do as well. Chemical fertilizers have and North Carolina "Gold Leaf."
takes the cake.WilliamsWell. also been tried, but they are "no good.'
Brown-There again we have the ad The stables Calcareous and ferruginous elements
in the
city for
how about save expressly
north of the school-house, ? the lot vantage. The kernel is so large and the him fresh manure without straw. When always give greater weight and body

Brown-There's where I made a great cob corn so is small large.that the amount bushels of shelled it is spread over the beds, it is beaten or to the leaf. Red and brown argilla t
to the
mistake. 1 planted them three feet acre on very pine land is not an unusual I pounded up fine with a stick a little ceous soils universally carry more or

apart in rows,and eighteen inches in the yieled. heavier than a lath, having some short less' iron-oxide, which gives not only

row. They grew up such a mat they Williams-It would seem, then, that nails driven into it. No matter how body and weight, but elasticity also to
had no to bear many greenhouses his neighbors put
room If I had up
peas. the South is in a fair to become the leaf in
way a and leaf
made one or two cuttings of the whole for the last fifteen years the demand has cigar for filling,

field as I did a of it, I general be able farming to drop country the ,and that idea she of will cot- been, most of the time, beyond the sup such soils are not objectionable, as the

should have had a good deal more haT ton or oranges. one-crop ply. Of course this may not always 'quality of combustion is not materi
than my barns could hold and three continue; but where the quality pro lessened
Brown-She may if her farmers will duced is ally thereby, unless the soil
equal to that raised
times as many peas. Unless you are adopt what experience is every day teaching Davis and his there by friend is also impregnated with lime. But
going to cut it neighbors seems to
one or more times it will
brains and muscle
: both
are nec- be lack the different limestones which
be necessary to make the rows six feet in no of a market. Even at the date chance
essary general farming. That we of my visit, November 4th the of to be on the surface
and ,
apart, three feet apart in the row. must: in the first place such grocers giving their
Williams- -From what you say, the and use such seed as are adapted to crops ouSouthern r Grand Rapids were offering 20 cents a mineral quality to the soil, act
Wonderful is a good deal like the conchpea. pound; and the proprietor of the only differently the
soil and climate. A very on quality of the
square lettuce that was fit for market would not .
post will not fit a round hole. NeItherwill let it go. I asked him why and he said leaf.
Brown-It differs from the :
conch in .
this: For a forage or fodder crop, i it crops sandy without or any being other For long successful produce that, in two or three weeks, it would I have observed that the sub-carboniferous -

gets in its work at least two months farming the fertilizer must be made make such a growth as to make nearly : limestones in southern
earlier, and after being cut for fodder on double the number of pounds per square Kentucky (Cumberland -
the farm. To do this we must raise yard therefore he Valley), pro-
; preferred to let it:
yields a of ten times duce the dark
crop peas as large Our heavy
"renovating lands
crops. pine will stand in the "shipping leaf'which
way, rather than to sell it I
the conch. as
as As feed for
a work horses
not grow red clover or alfalfa. It will it to Germany and is
a bushel of is equal to and was, at 20 cents per pound. Just one i goes used
one a Wonderful
half of corn. With all the mistakes I grow without fertilizer and pea leave on the new land man, with enthusiasm and a love for I mainly for "navy plug;" but as the

made, I shall buy no Northern hay for richer than before, the The ground If work, both with brain and muscle, has Ohio, Green, and Barren: rivers are
crop. built
pea this
my three] horses and farm cows this cut in bloom, will make as fine hay as in Bee up Culture.great industry.-Gleanings neared, where,the Oolitic, Trenton or

winter. I got a good round price for the was ever brought from the North and .* Niagara limestones appear, so the

peas. They are yet too valuable to feedto like clover, afterwards produce a crop of For Dyspepsia, types vary, even from the same seed.
stock. I am going over to Grill's seed. With this product stock ben
plantation to in can Use Hertford's Acid Phosphate.Dr. Then crossing over Muldrough's Hill _
put acres i kept and animal manure produced in ,
corn, and increase my stock and meansof abundance to enrich the. land. B. B. PETTITT, Sherman, Texas, (the anticlinal) on toward the Blue ; '
keeping them :increasing the says: 'I have used it in dyspepsia with Grass region first the
variety Old Peter Henderson used to say : "If Devonian, and
as well as quantity of feed. the trucker could get stable manure delivered great success. I think it is a fine remedy.n then the Silurian limestones
Williams-There is where I am afraid on,his land at $3 a ton (about $6 .-.-i I the lower Silurian appearven

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the glacial tracks, the types vary still tobacco is sandy soil with ferruginousclay feet of house room for each fowl. A room main crop, as I waited for some Northern
more and more. The now far-famed subsoil about one foot or less be 10x10 to accommodate only ten hens, because seed, and the heavy rains caught the
White Burley absolutely refuses to'put the house must be Built close and field .unplanted. As a result the tubers
low.Climatic the chickens confined for many days and were not well advanced in
on the pearly white, unless fed on influence vegetationand as growth as
upon nights in weather and to in
severe ,
put a in other fields when the blight but
this honey combed limestone soil especially on cigar tobacco, is larger number under these circumstanceswould I[ never saw finer vines. They were ,dark
(the lower Silurian). Like; the blue be to invite disease. With
top important not to be heeded. but us a green and vigorous, and gave promise ofa
grass and its concomitant forest this article would be too long to phi- house this size will accommodate forty to big yield, instead of the 120 bushels per

growth, the sugar maple, walnut, losophize on that phase of the subjectnow. free fifty,run where during the the chickens day and are the allowed house a acre obtained. It appears a certainty

hackberry, etc., etc., they are all Suffice to say that all perfect thoroughly ventilated. So we house our last that spring very early would planting have on this pea sod

true habitants, or indigenous to that cigar leaf is grown on tropical and poultry at one-fourth the expense of the satisfactory yield for such given a a perfectly dry and

peculiar soil. I have seen hangingon semi-tropical islands and peninsulase. Northern poultry farmer. In the expense blighting year as we have had.
the wall of the old Globe tobacco g., Cuba, Sumatra, Borneoandlast account a most important item to be con- The weed seed is doomed with this

warehouse in Cincinnati, a map of but not least, the peninsula of sidered is rotation. The plowing in June followed
the White Burley district. The maker : Florida. F. B. MOO IE. THE COST OF FEEDING, by a heavy growth of peas, is cleaning
which is very greatly lessened by the the fields. I consider the change tem-
of this map perhaps had no idea that i Lake City, Fla. poultry running at large every day in the porary in a degree, as a better price for
he was describing the sections over year. The most careful breeders North wheat, a rest from clover and a riddanceof
which the great glaciers had moved, have found by accurate bookkeeping thatit plantain, will make a return to the
carrying away the superimposed I F'oul costs not less than one dollar to feed a old rotation of potatoes,wheat and clover
strata down to the lower Silurian. 1'1. hen for one year. In Leon county it costs desirable, it may be. A few years will
not more than forty or fifty cents. I do decide this matter better. I am not advocating -
Come to think: Why don't some Edited by E.W. AMSDEN, Ormond, Fla. no j say that it does cost fifty or even forty the use of the Southern cow pea
geological, botanical, agricultural, cents to" keep the average hen' on .'in my lattitudo-Southern Ohio-to the
and horticultural "scientist" write a Bone for Fowls. .the average farm in this county, for the exclusion of clover-not at all. But
text book on the "Relation of Ge- actual cost is very much below these figures when- one- need a-- quick growing renovating -
Every one knows. the value of freshcutbone but fifty cents will and does that will crowd filth
----J ---- ----- ---- ---- -- ; pay crop-one out ,
ology to Botany ? "Twould from for poultry of all ages, and the entire feed cost of keeping a good fill the soil with minute rootlets, enrichit
many a blunder free us and foolish no one should be without it if fresh hen in fine egg-producing condition and make its full growth within a few
notion." bone can be had. Beeves' heads can where they are allowed the run of the months-I know of nothing equal to the

See how many "Experimental Stations" be bought at the slaughter house farm. cow pea.I .
any Last year my Barred Plymouth Rock have also a few acres of hard creek
we have, and see how many where in Florida at 25 cents each and and Silver Laced Wyandotte hens gave bottom seeded in peas. A trial last year
useless "experiments{?)" are made- usually weigh ten or more pounds.As me an average of nine dozen eggs per hen. was satisfactory, and this year I experi-
at though "figs could be made to growon an ounce of cut bone and meat is The average price for which L sold eggs mented with the peas on about five acres
thorns or on thistles." I in thelocal markets was fifteen cents of such land, that will be planted with
grapes sufficient for each hen a beef's head
per dozen whice made $1.35 per hen. As corn next spring. The loosening of the
have been often
why blue grass will feed a flock of 100 and save sev- eggs sell in home markets during a great hard-baked soil is one of the chief objects,
will not grow in Florida?might as eral times its value in grain, and make part of the year for ten cents per dozen, although the manurial value of the pea
well ask why don't wire grass grow in I hens lay when they can't be inducedto I will explain how obtain an average of must be many dollars per acre. I am
Bourbon county, Kentucky ? If the start without it. A writer in one fifteen cents. There is no secret about convinced by experiment that the Southern -
first of the matter. I have the chickens hatchedin cow pea should have a place on the
principle agriculture were of the said
very that he
poultry journals April (not later) then feed them liber- farms of Southern Ohio-not the place of
understood we would not try to force brought up a flock of chicks to three ally, keep them growing and they beginto clover in most instances, but one of its
nature. I have seen blue grass and months old on nothing but fresh meat lay in November and December. By own as a good manurial plant.

clover and timothy growing on or near and bone and never lost so few in all keeping up the feed I get eggs all through. Lei
the levee at New Orleans, but the soil his experience.Fowls the winter when they are worth twentyto POPULAR POULTRY FARM.P .
for its nourishment twenty-five cents, and in this way I
had been washed '
confined have
must some 0'--
have of fifteen cents for the
an average I
down the river from where they are substitute for the insects they would entire year. It will be observed from the p: EGGS FROM THOROUGHBRED

indigenous. Such seeds of course pick up if they had a range, and we figures which I have given, a hen laying I
will germinate and take root in our have not.found anything better than $1.35-worth of eggs, and costing her u, Indian Games.

soil but the indigenous "country fresh-cut bone and meat. owner for board fifty cents a year givesa L
profit of eighty-five cents. Now if one Black Minorcas
brake" will predominate and crowd ,
place her value at fifty cents we have a
them out This may all seem irrele- Now is the time to get ready to profit of 170 per cent. RI S. C. W. Leghorns
vant, but one principle is worth a start the incubator, if the preparationis But this is not the best showing for the I ,

thousand rules. When we know what not already made. January, February hen. Many of the eggs instead of being Black
sold in the market fifteen cents
wants and dictates per
nature and learn and March-hatched pullets will dozen be transformed into chickens K
that she will have her own then in the fall :\y: Yards Contain Prize Birds Bought
way, commence early to lay, just which sell readily at from 50 to 100 percent I
we will understand that old "mother when eggs are the highest. Remem profit. i from Leading Breeders.E .
earth" will rebuke and There is still another item the credit C I
always us refuse ber it takes some time to get a ma- on S. S. DE LANOY
her increase side of the account to be considered. it ,
to yield and bounty chine from the factory, and the ten-

unless we study the "elementary dency is to wait too late before order I is who the cultivates Every much man as a or vegetable woman S Apopka, Fla.

spelling book" she opens in her every ing. Our advice is to begin early and I garden or flower yard has use for fertil-

day school in every clime. do all you can the first three months. izers. Large sums are paid out annuallyfor THE SIMPLEX.:

As I have stated before, as in the They, as Mr. Hunter says, make the guano. The Poultry World (certainly -
mineral kingdom the most precious most valuable stock. We have twenty good authority) makes the statement
that the droppings of thirty hens in one e 3
metals, gold and silver, are never Langshan pullets hatched February year equals in value 100 pounds of guano __
found disassociated from silica (never 21, 1893, that have laid 800 eggs which is never worth less than $2. .

in limestone and iron ore), so in the when they were but ten months old, This $2,divided among the thirty hens
vegetable kingdom the finer qualitiesof or sixty-six dozert. Every egg could gives us six and two-third cents per an-
from each hen which makes ad-
texture, flavor, etc., are produced have been sold for 35 cents per dozenif ditional num profit of 13, per cent upon her ,
from silicious (sandy) soils. So if a they had not been sold for hatchingor value.

fine silky leaf is wanted used ourselves. would .
wrapper They as The Simplex Bone, Vegetable and Clover
select light sandy loam soil. The i market eggs, have brought $23.10, or The Cow Pea in Ohio. Cutter, manufactured by F. W. Mann &Co., is
intended to supply a long felt want small
heavier and darker and denser the more than $1.00 for each pullet at ten An Ohio contributor writes in the poultry growers,those who do not among raise poultry
soil, the heavier, coarser and darker months old. It is not expected that Practical Farmer: enough to justify the expense of a separate
cutter for each article. The price of it $
the leaf will be. Light colors are the large breeds will lay much under Some men seem to doubt that any land within the reach of every one. The Simplex is
that is sufficiently fertile to produce 30 fully warranted by the manufacturers and their
fashionable and months old but the
now pay 100 percent eight Langshansare name is a sufficient guarantee that it will do all
more than darker shades of an exception, and they lay very bushels of wheat, 70 bushels of corn, or they claim for it. It weighs only 38 pounds andis
150 bushels of potatoes per acre, will fail made of the best material. We have tried
same qualities otherwise. An excess fair sized eggs at the start, which is to grow clover luxuriantly,ifcare be taken.I cheap machines for cutting bones but they werea

of vegetable organic matter in the not the case of the smaller breeds.E. know of many farms in this condition.I years failure.past for We just have such had a machine frequent and inquiries know for it
soil, generating much nitrogen, the W. A. I have two fields that are tile-drained will fill a long felt want. E.W.AMSDEN,
darker will be the leaf. This difficulty i and under good tillage that in part are Ormond. Fla.

may be obviated, however, by free Poultry Keeping in Leon County. tired of growing clover. I find no diffi- The
culty in getting timothy,but do not want
use of low grade potash (double ma- J. M. Cam, M. D., writes in The timothy. It is a limited amount of such B POULTRY
nure salts) or sulphate of potash and Floridian: "The fact that the winters are land that is now being given peas and EST
magnesia. A light gray sandy hammock never so severe as to require poultry to rye in lieu of clover, and the increase in .
black be closely housed day and night for a long vegetable matter in the soil and the Sent on Trial Make Money with
or up-land pine or jack
Six Months for A Few Hens.ONLY .
time to prevent serious injury from I change in mechanical conditions are 25
scrub with sub-soil of sand
yellow or
the cold, is a most important one. The most satisfactory. CENTS.
sandy clay, is best for light colored best authorities on poultry, writing for I The pea"sod that was used for potatoes It la well worth StOO. Send stamps. Sample free.
wrappers. The bat land for filler the Northern climate, allow ten square last spring was planted later than my FARM. Is L the S.Johnson name of&it.Ckx.Mention Boston t&ls .

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{State ]"I Ws,. Our Rural fiome.SEdlted Orange Trees !ILemon .

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Hotel Ponce de Leon will open its .# by MINNIE GILMORE MILLS, r
seventh season on January 10th. Year I St. Thomas. Fla. TreesThe !:
byyear this famous palace opens its doors:
a.little! earlier. Manager O. D. Seavey Our Girls In Florida. ; .

antIcIPates_ a splendid_ __ season&_ _u_ ____ .fConeluded.1.. .
The Key West'' Board of Trade has All our girls seem to understandwhat

passed resolutions! calling on Congress to many older women in Florida Old Reliable Buckeye Nurseries.

make appropriations'to' perfect the West have been slow to learn (I refer to
India i weather service. The frequency of _
new comers), that to make a successof
cyclones appropriation is urged. as the 'reason'for the their undertakings in spite of ob. I have on hand the finest lot of stock I have ever grown of all the standard va-

,,0 c. stacles, men need daily encouragement. rieties. I have a specially fine lot of Tardiff and Jaffa in two-year buds, from five
,The; of the Dummitt
hardly,contend that his property grove is can not And the vexing problem of to: seven feet high. I recognize the fact that it's hard times, and propose to sell at

worth 1! $8,000,;the amount for which it isassessed "how to make a living in Florida"- hard time prices. I make a specialty of the King Orange.

but he does insist strenuously 'in that "hungry gap" between plant- Write for orices.

and! without danger of denial, that it is ing trees and gathering a profitablecrop HI. E. GILLETT, Prop,

not worth sixteen times as much' as that of the golden fruit-seems ever Weirsdale, Fla. .
of Th'R.. Crook, in the same vicinity, .
which is assessed at $, OO.-Tjtusville Advocate. i present with the majority ot our farmers NURSERIES OF THE .

St. Amand, jr., of Sarasota, informs us Our girls bring into their work Milwaukee
that the Buffum Loan & Trust Company, some elements that would do creditto Florida Orange Co. .

of Ocala, are buying the "keys" along older heads. Some ot them deal
Sarasota bay for the purpose of engaging "worries Selected strains of Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty. '
in lemon 'culture. We are pleased to very Budding-Wood for sale at all times.
learn that that firm that wear furrows in more mature Our stock is large and complete. PROMPT ATTENTION TO CORRESPONDENCE.,,
enterprising from
a For Catalogue and Price-List, address
very enterprising town, has invested still foreheads; some are prone to see the A. L. DUNCAN
further'in our unsurpassed Manatee soil. ludicrous side of lite-and nothing Manager, Dunedin, Fla.
This'is the second investment'' '
within six proves more effective in lightening a
months.-Manatee Advocate.The dull bit of domestic drudgery than Sleeping Alone. quity and comfort, but prevented contact -

Stetson packing house at West this trait. I have myself often been "I have been looking at furnished with the result that in six months'
DeLand is'the Iame'st'and most extensive houses," said a woman recently, "and I time .ElsIe showed a marked improvement .
in the State. It'takes about $100 per day 'surprised at the resources of these am surprised to find how much the use of in her general health and has be-

to ron'it, and the machinery is run bysteam. housekeepers, and I firmly I believe single beds has increased at least among come, in eighteen months,a. happy, good
It has'two circular orange sizers. that nowhere, except under the pecu. New Yorkers. I was curious enough to tempered young woman, with considersinquire
This is the first time these sizers have liar conditions of Florida lite, can about the matter at a furniture ble increase in avoirdupois.! In this case,
been in use ; the two out there were just such girls be found nor probably store, and the dealer told me that in at least, the improvement dates from the
among the first manufactured. It is the ; offering suites, particularly the high i moment of-separate beds. .
invention of a Lake Worth man, and is in a less genial climate would it be priced ones, the choice was given of two I ..
absolutely correct in its work. possible for them to perform such Varied single or one double bedstead," which Schiffmann's Asthma Cure

Nearly 5,000 pieces of China, orna- duties. Besides having a watchful would seem to indicate that the wealthy Instantly relieves the most violent at-
mented with three different views ofTampa's care over everything that comes in class, which is oftenest abroad, is bring- tack, facilitates free expectoration and

famous hotel in many different their way (calves, poultry, flowers, I ing home this practice. It is beginning insures rest to those otherwise unable to
styles, lately arrived at Tampa. The and baby.nieces included) each one to be understood, however, by a growing sleep except in a chair,'as a single trial
views of the hotel are finely executed in number of persons, that to sleep alone will prove. Send for a free trial package
black and white and in colors, while the manages to take pretty good care of appreciably contributes to rest and health. to Dr. R. Schiffman, St. Paul, Minn., but
pieces vary in ornamentation from the number one; realizing that much de- The system undergoes electrical changes ask your druggist first. '
plainest to the most elaborate in gilding pends on their physical well-being. during the night's sleep, and where per- .
thus making the prices range to suit all They drss:: sensibly and attractively sons lodge together night after night Dr. Harry Stites has on his place, two
classes of buyers.--Gainesville Sun. under the same bedding, these changes miles out in the suburbs, 600 extra fine
yet are occupied with matters of too mutually react with appreciable results. grapes growing. He is trying fifty vari
Last week Mr. C. W. Parsons
shippeda much importance to spend any sleep- The London Lancet called attention eties. The French and Italian samplesnot
box of'pineapple leaves to Mr. J. C.
Todd of Patterson, N. J. to experimentwith less nights over the cut of their au- long ago to the habit of dual sleep- are ahead so far.-Juno Sun.
on his'new decorticating machine.As tumn gowns. They read the current ing, saying that there is nothing that James Page, a colored man, died last
this will so derange the nervous system of a week in Tavares of consumption. Page
machine does excellent work with literature and keep themselves in.
person who eliminative nervous force said he contracted the disease
bear or leaves it should by smokas -
grass formed the topics of the times
also clean pineapple leaves upon to lie all night in bed with another ing cigarettes.who .
successfully. which is more than many women in is absorbent of nervous force. The _
Pineapple fibre is fine and silk-like
and is capable of very being converted into, various States, with twice their leis- latter will sleep soundly and will! rise Belleview Soft Phosphate
refreshed while the former will toss
the finest of textile goods.-Fort Meade ure, ever try to do.
restlessly, and will wake in the morning Best fertilizer ever sold in Florida'forweary
Pebble. Whether shall rise
our girls to com-
peevish and discouraged. No two fruit trees and
Dir. R. D. Kirkpatrick, manager of the manding positions, winning the admiration I persons, no matter who they are, ought vegetables.
American Linseed and Castor Oil Works of nations, or walk in habitually to sleep together. The one
of St. Louis, has just rented the Puckettlot sequestered valleys, ,wearing the royal : will thrive, the other lose. An aged per Price reduced this season to five
on Starkey street?:.below South street, son and a child should not be bed-mates. dollars per ton in Carloads/"
of wife and motherhood
crown only ..
and .oomm.enced this"afternoon to ,
Great as is the pleasure to grandma to
with'castor3>ean'seed for the purposeof the wholesome lessons they are learns have her "little comfort" with her at .

securing a yield1 of.the beans'br# hi ing in humble Florida homes will night, it is one which the wise as well as DR.I jD: ,

company to convert into oil: .$rr..Kirk- never be forgotten; never lost. the fond relative will forego for thechild's "'"
patnck to secure I similarplots G O" T" ..
proposes MINNIE G. MILLS. sake.A .I.- .. "
of ground in various localities i in South case recently came to the writer's .
Florida for experimental palma ,christior knowledge of two sisters, fifteen and 'AC K L D.
castor bean groves, from::whichrif suc FOR DYSPEPSIA, seventeen years old. The younger was a. .
Indigestion, and Stomach disorders: take
cessful, to,supply his company with the : Ito'vNs IRON BITTERS. splendid specimen of young womanhood,
beans for producing the castor oil of All dealers keep it,81 per bottle. Genuine has robust, active and merry,while the elder, Write for full particulars to

commerce.. -Orlando'Reporter. trade-mark ana crossed red lines on wrapper though not ill in any definite, way, was CB: S yJIT4thin

In Florida 4,769 acres are now cultivated tired out quickly, and fretted over ,

'in pecan trees, and 103,463 bearing 1 trifles like a nervous old woman. These General frtanagef;Jacksonville, pla.BATTER30N .
trees are reported: in the various countiesof DON'T think because conditions finally came to be accepted
,the State. There are 125,373 nonbearing ,- have failed in the you! and would probably have continued indefinitely & CO.
trees; total number of trees, 228- can't past,that if an English relative, a physician i- IMPORTANT: NOTICE TO ORANGE SHIP-
936. The largest pecan growing county you grow roses, successfully. had not made the family a visit. to Buffalo! N.Y;, one of thehis
There will
in Florida is Santa Rosa, which has I failures ; be no sharp 1 eyes noted I the morning lassiunsurpassed markets of United States lf remember -
in the the Old Responsible, Reliable
future and
3,046 acres in pecans, with 70,352 bear i you get the famous D.&,.if tude of the elder girl,and the correspondCommission Merchants who'' advance liberally Prompt
ing trees;and 75,856 ,non-learinu trees; a C. ing freshness of her sister: at breakfast, aud dont sell at auction,but direct to retail trade
total-of'146,208 trees. The next county and I lie drew his conclusions An inquiry for aU is in them. Batterson &Co.;, 167-169 Scott
St., Buffalo. N.Y Established 1868
in.production} is Citrus. It has 760 aci res :ROSES( of the mother secured the knowledge perience. -25 years ex-

in'pecans,- with '11,891; bearing trees; a'' Oar new Guide to Rose that they not only slept in the same bed,
total of 36,480 trees: The third county ,, giro'yu: explicit' directions Culture for but said l she "Elsie's (the elder) devotion Pineapple t Digester.
in' pecan culture is Yolusia, 'with 18Cacres .selecting and growing I the very to her is such that for years"she has only ,' .'
; 'and '2,498 bearing trees and' 3,574nonbearing I choicest Bowen of every kind..,We gone to sleep when she could hold Mabel The powerful digestive principle of the Pineapple
send It Free,if
trees; a'total of 6,072 trees- a' copy you of request our,interesting it,alsosample' close) in her arms." freed from sugar and concentrated in a
South1 Florida Home"i Floral Magazine{ The doctor fairly snorted at this statepure fruit extract, which is of untold benefit tomerit
,"" with Flower:." and in the end persuaded.the sirmost weak stomachs.. Try if.
The Dlngfee &:Conard For sale. by W.A.JDell.: 1 Jacksonville.:
Florida Two
oranges l ave netted the growers tees to sleep apart. pretty brass -
more i England than in any'market. *West Grove- ,Pa. .. bedsteads,'s1le ,by side, offered propin 'THOS.1 '*, I;.. RICHARDS.Eden.FU. '

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I RECIPES. Dollars for, any case that it fails to the cassava is the first thing eaten. My BENTON & UPSONtJgC
cow is equally fond of it. .
cure. for list of testimonials.
GRAHAM About two months ago I bought two
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO. SOfiVIul1E, FIlA.,
commonly called the "staff of life," but cows, and when I brought them home
when deprived; of- the most nutritious Toledo, Ohio. they were in splendid condition. Both

parts, as is all fine wheat flour from >naSold by Druggists, 75c.Yeast were "strippers,'' giving two quarts each IRRIGATING
which the greater part of the bread usedis t twice a day. For a time I fed one quartof

made'it; becomes a very weak staff to Cakes. cottonseed meal twice a day, and the

I. support the physical man. Comparatively Since living in Florida I have found quantity of milk remained at an averageof MACHINERY
few s'Graham flour to make bread, asit'is the following recipes of Dr. Holbrooke'svery four quarts per day each. Then I be-
to feed two gallons of cassava once a ,
.:hard"for. .new beginners to get the reliable and satisfactory : I keep the gan "
day, in addition to the meal, and withina BOTH
"knack. There
are undoubtedly cakes in
many hung cloth in
up a sandfly bag
few the flow of milk had increased
like my own family who thought they the kitchen or any airy place. Steep one days Steam and Horse Power.
to six quarts each day.
did not like Graham bread unless it were handful of fresh hops or two of old in one
And if the ration of is omitted
like that made the bakers in which
by quart of boiling water on back of stove fora
there is small of Graham only two days, the cow will give only
only a per cent half hour, then strain on to one quartof
flour. After a 'great many trials and sifted flour four quarts of milk per day. I am, Brass '
and beat well. When luke- : therefore, thoroughly satisfied it is a Pipe, Pipe Fitting,
failures I have found few in I
a add
ways warm, one heaping tablespoonful of .I--- '
number one feed for cows, and at the
which Graham flour be cooked: and brown Valve Hose Etc. '
may level
sugar, one tablespoonful of
three ,
rate I feed, it will take over
be much liked by all,especially in bread. salt, one of ginger and four or more yeast
feed one acre of it to one cow.
Though not so light as that cakes. Let rise WRITE FOR ESTIMATES.
perhaps over night or until light, I have made several trips through the
made by the bakers, it is more healthfuland and stiffen with white corn meal. Cut
State this and
summer, am surprise :
nutritious. into cakes, when rolled, about a quarter
little raised the farmersdo Son
see so cassava ; Geo. S. Hacker &
GRAHAM BREAD.-To one bowlful of of an inch thick, and dry first"day in not seem to have "caught on." I tell ,

sweet milk add one heaping tablespoons shade and wind and then in the sun. A you, my brother farmers, it is the clubto MANUFACTURERS OF
fill of sugar half as much salt, and one frame about the size of a four-dozen con- break the transportation companies'Beads CD

bowlful of Graham flour, or enough to densed milk box, with sandfly netting Try it. .c w =

make a good stiff batter that one can stir stretched over and tacked, makes a good CIIAS. F. MAY.Don't 09CD
with a spoon, as there is a difference in dryer. It can be hung with cords, and it G.o .
different grades of flour. Add half acupful the cakes do not need turning. The COro ..CO

of good and set in a warm above quantity takes about three pints of

place to rise. When light, stir in a half meal and will make about two frames full ;:

cupful more of Graham, turn the bread of cakes. I use about one cake for a good Lose 0e
into a well-buttered bread pan for holdingone sized loaf. The frames are handy for c

loaf, and let rise again, then bake in covering things on the table,from flies. \ a:

a good hot oven. It takes a little longerto Of course the depth of sides may be less o =-

bake than bread made from entire than the milk box. Sprinkle the frames Heart. o :aa i., cc
white flour, but one will have a genuine with meal before putting on the cakes. PLANT FERRY'S SEEDSthis o = -co" .

wheaten loaf as healthful as it is appetiz- -.-O-4- year,and make up for lost timeFerry's .i "oI!
Seed Annual for 1894 will/
ing. Orange Wine. give you many valuable hints And Building Material.CHARLESTON .
about what to raise and how toA
STEAMED BUEAD.-To two cupfuls of Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:
raise it. It contains informs
sour milk add one-half cupful of molasses, At your request I herewith give you Lion to be had from no other S. O.
a teaspoonful of salt and one of soda. Stir my processes. I do not claim to be a source. Free to aU.D. .

in three cupfuls of Graham flour, turn special adept in this art, but my wine .M.Detroit Ferry&Co.

this into a well-buttered mold (I like a has been pronounced fairly good by some Midi.Water FraudsRsFruitWrappers.

small half-gallon jar best), steam three excellent judges. No rules laid down on -' ,
hours and brown in the oven. This is to
paper will enable a novice at first to makean
be eaten warm, and is almost as good as A No. 1 article: he must have experience NO MORE CHEATING.Consumers .

genuine "brown bread. before he will be able to satisfy of Fruit Wrappers may

GRAHAM GEMs.-Two cupfuls of sour himself and an exacting public. now know that they get an honest ream

milk, two tablespoonfuls of butter, two DINNER WINE. Queen of 480 sheets and not 400 or 320 sheetsto

tablespoonfuls of sugar and one teaspoonful To make a heavy dinner wine. Take ream as some unscrupulous dealers
each of salt and soda. Stir into this
good ripe sweet oranges and peel them.If supply.
of Graham and one-half
cupfuls cupful -
I of flour. Have the gem pans hot when. you have a good screw press they maybe FORCE PUMP. OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"Printed
I thrown in whole, if not, they shouldbe .
turn in the batter and bake in a good
you broken and mashed by pounding in a all in
hot We like them best eaten with An improvement on Wrappers are put up packagesof

oven.and barrel. or. something.. Squeeze.. out.. the I .. ., othermethodsotpumping 1000 each, and each Wrapper. is
juice and to each gallon ot it adda ,, Has four times the capacity numbered, in printing, consecutivelyfrom
GRAHAM PUDDING.-Have ready a gallon of pure soft (not lime) water. 'II''II of theso-calleddouble- 1 to 1000. No one can "
quart of boiling water in a double kettle, To each gallon of the mixture put _."1I!I \ acting pumps. Costs
:if less,weighs less,wears '
if have if not a porcelain lined ::1 !! HONESTLY BEAT
one ,
you ; three pounds of pure white sugar and stir ..,.,"Ih": longer. Is easily
one will do. Into this stir two cupfuls of until it is thoroughly dissolved. Put intoa t !'.:! !" ,$'I operated and will not our prices. Send for samples and prices
I Graham which has been stirred smoothin barrel until it is full, lay it on its side, I!P' t..: \ freeze.All attachments toTHE
enough cold water to make it free from cork very tight with a bung which has a )I 11 JII!. i\of tho best materiaL
lumps. Add one teaspoonful of salt and small hole in the middle large enough to V Adapted to hand JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO.,
cupful of raisins. After it boils well i Send \ windmill or steamfor
r'' one admit a glass tube. Take a foot or two >\ f
the back of the stove to simmer power. Every JERSEY CITY N. J.
set ,
on of rubber pipe, put one end over the glass Circu. >\ pump guar-
: gently for an hour. This is delicious eaten tube and the other in a bowl of water. totaanteed for N. B.-We do not deal in unprinted

,, with cream and sugar, or turned into This will permit the bubles of gas to. strength,durabil1tyand wrappers.
cups, one for each person to be served, escape and at the same time prevent the capacity. No charge if !

and set aside to cool, to be eaten with any atmosphere from entering the barrel.I AERATOU. Pump not,as pumps represented.Our water and. WM. B. SCHRAEDER,

i nice pudding sauce. This latter must be sedulously guarded.. ( air at the same time). BREEDER O? ,
A very little Graham added to griddle against; if air in any quantity enters the The Stimmel & Hook Mfg. Co.,

cake batter made from white flour will barrel you will have vinegar instead of (*. Turner Illinois.MELLHMHINERYv. JERSEYS
make them taste like buckwheat cakes.- wine. GRADE

Rural New Yorker. After fermentation has ended, which
Bulls Cows and Heifers' for sale.: I
will be shown by the cessation of bubbles 11GRGEStNiNING i } r '. ,
from the bowl of water draw off WAVERLY FARM, Leon County, near
81OO Reward, $100. arising All kinds, of tool*. Forturtefor driller by using our -
the clear wine, for which purpose a spigot Adamuntlneprocesscantake core. Perfected EconomiCAl Tallahassee, Fla, ,
will be Risrs to work hv Steam Air,etc.
The reader of this Artesian Putnnini! !
paper inserted in the head
must be previously Let ushelpv ii'. THE AMERICAN WELLWORKS,
pleased to learn that there is at least about three inches from the side. Afterit Aurora, III.; Chicago, I11.J Dalian, Tex.
one dreaded,disease that science has stands two or three months draw off .

i .been able to cure in all its stages, and again and bottle.LIGHT 7SRAY4You INDISPENSABLE for vegetablesand

that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis WINE. fruits of all kinds. On sandy soilsit

the only known to the For lighter wine use less sugar, say two is impossible to raise these crops'with
cure and a half or two and a quarter lbs per R out them. Sulphate.of Potash, Muriateof
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a gallon. It is the amount of sugar used Potash and Kainit. For informationand

constitutional disease, requires a con- up in the fermentation which furnishesthe pamphlets address GERMAN KALI

stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh alcohol that gives strength to the WORKS 93 Nassau St., New ''York City.

Cure is taken internally, acting directly wine. KXICK.Lawtey .

on the blood and mucous surfaces Fla. A' Double 5calthe Acting; I Worlds' -
I Fair wards
% Highest
of the Cassava for Cows. L Excelsior Spraying -
system, thereby destroy- 1 Outnta present :Medal and Diploma. ... .
ing the foundation of the disease, and Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:' I I Leaf Fruit.Blight Insures*Wormy a heavy- 4. Ion our INCUBATOR and .

giving the patient strength by buildingup The relative value of corn to cassava is e I yield of all Fruit anci ( I BROODER!: Combined. '.

the, constitution and assisting natlre' not less than one to four, and it is a feed j Vegetable in use.crops.Send 6.Thonaanda eta.for- i' Old Reliable" e::: a frJ
especially adapted to our hot climate. \catalogue> and full treatise v 5 If joamiatmiudte Poultry B will .CIr
in its 'work. The Cirevlart/i Spy to oead 4 ent.lataiaMft*caIt 'Ted
doing proprietors on apraymg. you ..
? :My mule sometimes will not eat all the i JIAI'eacaJoc1i'riDC Tthubl pontt.-.
i 'Have'so much,faith in'' its curative oats I feed him, but not so with the _\\WA1.STAHLQuincyUt.\, \ SOB Poultry! Coltor Addrew -
Incubator Brooder
Reliable .>> Co. Quincy,111I

powers, that they. 'c offer ,One> Hundred. cassava.... .. And' .' if fed. witty] other feed, T t I .:,'.;"!.

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$. POWERS,......S..S.... S..........Editor.. tion. Naturally the merchant is loth Mr. Hampton does not know anything

P. O. Addreas Iwtey Fla. I to admit that the auctioneer can ob about the homesteads, having ap ets.1

A. H. HA.NVILLE.Statr Contributor. tain a higher price for the fruit than he never visited them. In my own j
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. can-especially when the auctioneer neighborhood, the southern part of i JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Jan. 6. .I

CON TF1NTS. absorbs one.fourth of his commission the township, I know that eight FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.These .

leaving him only seven were then, had before been, and are are average quotations. Extra choice .I
QKOVB To the Credit of
Ajo OJLCHAD- lots fetch prices above top quotations, while poor
Weeds; Wood Ashes; Plums in Chicken and one-half per cent.-but every now, on their respective claims, andI lots sell lower.Oran2'es.rine.

Yard; Work of the Earthworm........... jFalsifvinfir merchant who is worth moment's also know Mr. did .. ......................... 1.2* o i.,.:. j
About the Auctions: More About a Hampton not ** drops.... .................... .7S or to- I.--"- .
Lime.......................'............... 4 consideration is anxious to please his visit their claims. Mr. Hampton did Grapefruit, box. ............x.5-tO3.o
Grapefruit, bbl......... ........ .....a.2ttoj...
Torches to Save from Frost;The Poverty of a shippers. Therefore he offers the not do the duty he was sent for, but visited Tangerines ..... .. .... .......... ..... a.o
South Florida County; The Citron- fruit at auction under a minimum only such claims as were pointedout Mandarins.... . ............ 1.5
Colonel Dancy's Recipe; The Scandinavian Lemons Fla., .... .... ..........5... I.totoi.j*
Colony in County; The'emoD 'limit, and attends the auction himself to him to be visited by parties Messina............. ......... S.o..
and Its uses; Feeding Orange Trees. ... 5 I and his -bids here and did visit others that Malaga Grapes, kegs ................. ".00
PARICBR AND TRUCKER-Farm Talks; "protects consignment" not Pineapples,crate..... ... .... ....... 2-50104.50
Manure for Lettuce............ ........ 6 it in himself if it does not reach his needed inspection, for the same Potatoes, New York .............. .... 3.75
TOBACCO-Soils for Tobacco: : ................. 6 minimum. 44 in -barrel lots ....... ... 2.65
reasons. 44 Hebrons, seed ............... j.oa
POULTRY-Bone for Fowls; Poultry Xeepini'in ...... ....
There is about this. 5-bbl.lots
nothing Generally Mr. Hampton regardedas 3.75
Leon County; The Cow Pea In Ohio.... 7 wrong 41 Early Rose............... ... 2,..o
OUR RURAL HOME-Our Girls in Florida; If the bidding does not reach his an incompetent man to fill the position .4 5-bbl.lots.... .....
Sleeping Alone............................ 8 limit he simply sells the fruit himselfat which he has been Onions yellow, bbl................... 2.75 2.75
RECIPES-Yeast Cakes; Orange Wine; Cassava to appointedas .. red. .......... ................ 2.75
for Cows............................ 91rToRu.vConserve the usual commission. The re the above goes to prove. We sup Sweet potatoes,bush............. .... .s-

and Consolidate; Or- markable point in the matter is thatit pose, however, we, the taxpayers of Florida Cauliflower cabbage, N, Y., per,each 100............... ....... 3.ooto6oo.15

chard System Robbers; Echoes; from Spread Dade.of the.....Auction........ 10 was the popularity of the auction the United States, must grin and bearit Beets,northern,per bbl.............. 3.5
Turnips, northern ........... ..... .... 1.7
Movement of Oranges; Latest by Telegraph; system with shippers which forced ; be imposed upon by unscrupulous Lettuce doz. ....................... .15
Fruit Exchange Bulletin; JacksonvilleFruit the commission men against .their officials and then send in Carrots,per bbl....................... 3.5
Auction Company; Fruit Market our moneyto Parsnips, .. ........... ..........
Bulletin.............. ................... ii wishes, to establish it in response to pay their salaries.As Squsbcraat.e ... .........:............. 3.75 1.35
A Sliding Scale................................ is the demands of their It the Celery................. ........... ... ..* to .05-
consignors. motto of your paper seems to bbl............. ........ to
3.00 ..oe
Egg Plants
...... ........ .... ........
Points Silver.
on 13 .. .............
is simply a union of the commissionand have been "For the Farmer" I regardit Tomatoes. ..... ... .o, to 3.0
Squashes, bbl.. ........... ... ......... 1.25 to 1.05.
Weather in Jacksonville. auction systems, retaining the my duty to let the paper know the Cocoanuts... .......... ............. *" 4.5
flexibility of one and the publicity of facts that it first Peanuts best brand..... ............. .0410.05
&Q as theyexist may not Apples,New York bbl................ 4.50
fl fl *U'I STjS the other. such falsities. E. R. POTTER. Sweet Pepper, peck.................. .73
DATTi. 2 j. J!3 n 8 ofi Grapes, 5-lb basket ................. .25
d 3= :a: 3 :a: HEM:: Cocoanut Grove Fla., Dec. 25 IB9J.a Guavas, peck box ................... t.o
-10 -w -r - Orchard 'Robbers. Okra, peck ...................... .75
Dec 26.......... 56 64 75 54 21 64 o.oe Conserve and Consolidate. Cucumbers, English, each............ .10
It is not alone the"colored brother"and ........ .....
Dec 27 ......... 51 54 65 50 15 58 0.00 Cowpeas, shelled, peck .5*
DtcsS.......... 48 63 72 45 27 51 o.oo the lawless white man who Instead of blindly and passionately Green Beans,bushel... ..... .... I.S to 1.50a.
Dec 29......... 5* 67 73 57 16 65 0.00 prey Peas...................... ... 3.oot03.5*
Dee 30 ... .... 65 64 75 62 13 68 0.55 on the trees of the orchard and their attacking all the existing systems, New beets, with tops, barrel crate: ...3.50 to 2.75
Dec 31.......... 63 61 64 61 3 62 1.72 fruit. The trees of the we hope the will help to Pumpkins each....................... .005 to .15
Jan x........ .... 51 48 54 48 6 51 _.22 neighboringforest growers Parsley, per doz.: bunches ............ .20
- which are left as protectors, and strengthen them-yes, even the consignment Water cress, per doz. bunches... ..... "35 to .4*
Mean .... ... 56.e 60.1 68.3 53.9 14.460.9249 with the Spinach, bushel ........................ 1.5*
whose actual protection from cold system rest-by Carrots, Fla., per doz.bunches........ .35'
Total rainfall. winds can be abundantly established putting forth their most strenuous ef- Green onions, per doz.bunches....... .'5
E. R. DEMAIN, Observer. Pepper, well cured, bushel...... ....... I."*
are quite capable of paying themselvesfor ffort to know the individual ground Sage, well cured lb ............... ..... .25 to .5*

A Chance for Boys. their services if permitted to do so. they stand on. Know some one system POULTRY AND EGGS.

To any boy or girl (this, of course The fine fibrous roots of the pines may or some one merchant as you Hens........ .-........................ .3- to .33
be found several rods from the know the trees of Ship Roosters................ ............ .205 to .3- ,
includes men and women) we will away your grove. Broilers....................... .... .2010.35 !
tree, perhaps running under a fence, nothing in haste or at random, with Turkeys, per pound, gross..... ...... .(* to .n
give a chance to earn a little pocket Ducks..................... ........... 35 to .,*
under a shallow ditch, and two or out the most searching investigation.Sell Geese................................. .5-
money. For every new subscriptionyou three rows back into the grove or at home, if possible, althoughthis Eggs,........._...................... .23

secure at $i for six months, we orchard, stealing the fertilizer whichwas season this advice may seem a GAME.

But it is Wild turkeys Ib... ................... .13 to .15
will allow you 40 cents. In other given to the orange or the peachtree. mockery. especially applicable Wild ducks, each ...................... .15 to .35
It is often remarked by men who to small growers, for in the mael Rabbits each.......................... .10 to .30
words, you send us 60 cents and keep Quail, good demand, each............. .10 to .is
do not look below the surface that strom of competing railroads and Squirrels .............................. 06 to .10
40 cents. Any smart boy ought to the rows of trees or potatoes or cot- competing buyers, their little cropsare Doves............ ..................... .off to .oS

earn in this way $5 in a day's ride. ton near a forest are unthrifty, and swallowed up. HAY, GRAIN, ETC. .

Every needs our full and help some will explain it on the groundthat As an old strawberry shipper, the White corn, small l................9 k.."
grower writer found it wise be disturbed Mixed corn, ............... ....... x.3
ful market reports during the shippingseason. they are "poisoned" by the pine was not to White oats, ...... ................. 1.7-
straw falling on them. It is not by telegrams, gluts, and rumors Mixed oats ....................... 1.65
Write us at once that Hay, No. i, Timothy small lots.... .... ..... 19.00
you poisoning, it is robbery that does the of gluts. Ship today and to Wheat bran small lots......... ............ 19.00
will accept this offer-which we leave mischief. Two of and the next day and keep Ground feed, fresh (corn andoats), per sack
I' orange growers morrow, of 100 pounds.............................. 1-4-
open until January i5th-and we will our acquaintance have complainedthat shipping to one or two or three points Feed meal, in sacks of 100 pounds, per ton. 23.00
fast the Rice flour, per cwt.......................... 90
send you sample copies. their trees standing near the pine at the most, as as you can get Pure wheat per sack of 100 pounds......... 1.35
... woods "suffered more from the cold fruit ready in the very best conditionthat Prepared steam cooked cow feed, per cwt.:
Iso-pound sacks....................... ..... 1.3-
What Advertising: Does. than those further away," and they you know how, or can learn howto Prepared steam cooked horse feed, per cwt, '

cash results from adver- to the conclusion that the\ forest it 150-pound sacks......... .... ... ......... 1.50 !
We get more came put up. Pearl grits, per barrel....................... 2.95
tising in your paper than from any other was no protection, but the reverse. If a grower has secured fairly good Pearl meal per barrel...... .................. 3.95
agricultural paper we have used.H. Flour best winter wheat, patent............ 4.5*
G. HASTINGS & Co. The true explanation doubtless was prices through the Exchange or the Flour extra fancy family ..... ............. 4.35
Interlachen Fla. that the trees near the pines had beenso Home Markets in general, he shouldnot (Half barrels either brand, 250 per barrel
weakened by robbery that they get into a passion and condemn Cotton seed meal,bright per ton........... 35.0

I hare just received an order for Jewel suffered more from the cold than those them for one poor return, or even two. Dark ton or....Sea....Island........cotton........seed.....meal......,..per... ao.o
peach trees from Australia as a result of which were less protected but not Both these agencies are only less Pure ground bone, fine, per ton .......... 30.00 t
the little advertisement I put in THE Bone and potash,per ton.................... 33.00 1
robbed. There are several varietiesof anxious to get good returns than the Germankainit, perton...................... 17.0
FJLRMER AND FRUIT GROWER last summer. ..............'. ....
trees found in hammocks whichare growers are, and they are working Land plaster. ............ 10.0
T. K. GODBEY. Nitrate Soda, 33C_per pound; per ton....... 55.00 }
Waldo, Fla.Spread great offenders in this regard.A not always wisely, but as wisely as Muriate potash. 2c per pound; per ton.... 50.0
._..< ditch three feet know-to bring about the best Sulphate potash 2C per pound;per ton..... 31.0
of the Auction deep ought to they Sulphate potash, 90 per cent................... 54.00
System. be cut between the orchard and the substantial results for the. orange
Nothing could give more convinc- forest. of Florida. SEEDS, ETC.

evidence of the of the growers ._.-. Peas, Split............ ....?......... .......... 3.75
Black-eyed Peas new crop, bush............
auction system of selling fruit than the Echoes from Dade. Latest by Telegraph. Beans.......OJ'........................./...... 1.75 3.35
Lima ................................... 3,50 .
number of commission men who have Uditor Farmer and Fruit Grower New York, Jan. 3.-Oranges,. fancy Alfalfa or Lucerne per bushel ......... soc
given their adhesion to it within a In a recent issue of your valuable brights, selected sizes, 2.25 to 2.50; choice Genuine red rust proof oats ". ..... ....5oc
White seed rice ... .....
lines, 1.75 to 2.00; average lines, 1.50 to ; 3.35
year. They fought it bitterly, but paper appears a statement to the effect russets 1.50 to Florida grown seed rye .......;. 2.5
1.75 1.873 tangerines
; ; Georgia rye. h.........
that "Mr. B. x.7J
have surrendered the in J.
gracefully to Hampton, 1.50 to 2.75 Mandarins 1.00 to 1.50 "
; ; Texas rust proof oats ......... *
evitable.It special United States Commissioneron grape fruit, 1.50 to 2.25; lemons, 2.00 to Onion Sets, red, per bush..... ............ (...

is very much the fashion now for a recent visit to Biscayne Bay, 4.00cukes; per crate, 2.00 to 4.00; egg iMovement <

the shipper to instruct his consignee only found two homesteaders livingon plants' per barrel, 4.00 to 5.00; boxes, of Oranges.The .
1.50 to 2.00 tomatees crate 1.50 to shipments for
; per "the holiday trade"held.up
if their homesteads.
to his discretion and he thinks
use 2.50; green peas, 1.60 to 3.00; beans, : strong until the end of the old
his fruit will bring more at auction I brand this statement as an utter 1.50 to 2.00. year; that is to say, the fruit was still go-

than at private sale to offer it at auc- falsehood. PAL!U.a, RIVIXBUBQ <& Co. II ing forward through Jacksonville and


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Savannah up to that date, though of 8. Market\ bare of. fruit. Ship us fouror

course, the packeries mostly closed at fiv.e cars quick. FLORIDA FRUIT
Christmas. But after the 29th of De- 9. Car 890 averaged 1.96; other three EXCHANGE.

cember the cargoes of some of the steamers cars averaged 2.12. Market strong. .

dropped down even to one-tenth of 10. Sold 425 boxes at 1.60 to 2.25; aver- An Incorporated Home Association of Orange Growers for marketing Florida Fruit to the
what they were early in December and age, 2. Second lot sold 1.25 to 2.30; aver- BOX best advantage.-AUTHORIZED[ CAPITAL. 1300(0).
the latter part of November. The total aged 1.80; Tangerines, 2 to 2.50. Market I order. Write MATERIAL-The for price list and Exchange terms. Is fully prepared to supply boxoi and paper on

movement for the past week is estimatedat decidedly stronger. -: OFFICERS
110,000 poxes,of which the various lines 11. Car 6,166 sold 1.50 to 2.30;averaged GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, President D. GREENLEAF, Vlce-Pretldent.
of steamships had 62,267 boxes. The !2.04. Three other cars averaged 2.36, 2.30 ALBERT IV S Gen'l Mgr. and Treas. M. P. TURNER Secretary.
officers of the Florida Fruit Exchange and 2.16. DIRECTORS-Geo. R. Fairbanks,Alachua Co.; E.G. Hill Bradford Co.: Dr. E. E. Pratt
estimate that Hlllsboro Co.; John Fabyan, Lake Co.; Hy Crutcher, Orange Co.; D. Greenfenr. Duval Co.
they 18,000 boxes. 12. C. of G. sold ;
2,856 at
to-day an B. )I. Baer Duval Co.; A. Brady Brevard Co.; F. Sampson, Marion Co. C. V.
The South Portland was delayed in load- average of 1.50 per box. Marion Co.; John M. Bryan., Osceola Co.; W. 'E. Stanton, Putnam Co.; M. S.; Moreman Hillyer fit.
ing by the heavy rains and a freight-jam, 13. Car 2,664 sold to day, condition Johns Co.; C.:F. A. Bielby volusia Co.; Benj.Dowd Lake Co.
and cleared : for Address'all correspondence to the Florida Fruit Exchange, Jacksonville, Fla. Stencils,
Monday Philadelphiawith good; averaged 179. with full packing and snipping instructions,furnished on application.
6,200 boxes. The Elihu Thomson From these telegrams, all fresh from

got away Sunday for New York with selling points, it is easy to observe a very
7,3'the boles. marked improvement in prices. All TO ORANGE GROWERS. .
movement of vegetables by steamer mail advices predict further improve-

Was 1,030 packages.The .' ment, theretore we feel justified in ask-
Clyde Line carried out about 1,500 ing that heavier shipments come forward. Our Jacksonville office, No. 94 West Bay St.,is now open, and shippers: desiring
bales of cotton and 180 bags of wool. reports or other information with regard to shipping, will kindly communicate -
.. with me at that address.On .
Fruit Exchange Bulletin. Jacksonville Fruit Auction Company receipt shipments of good qualities f\f-- fruit _in_ Jacksonville Ttra ow will advance -
's Bulletin. from 50 to 75c.: per box to those that request the same. Checks for proceeds

Jacksonville, December 29.-Below we" Thomas R. Towns says: are mailed direct to every grower in Florida within 48 hours after the sale in New-
give you sales since our last report, from Our best telegram to-day from the York. I solicit your support and shipments.

which you will notice the markets show North is as follows: "Sold first carload of "In order to raise the standard of packing of Florida oranges, we propose to
improvement, both as to price and de- offer a prize of $100 to all that send
at an of 2.30 second at
oranges average ;
mand. continue Thereis
Shipments light. an average of 2.36. Demand strong, ship Not Less than
not sufficient fruit now gjing forwardto heavy." This is the tenor of all our 300 Boxes of Orangesto
the demand.
supply. Northern reports at the present time. us this season. The winner will receive a certificate to the effect that his fruit
TELEGRAMS. Our advices are to the effect that nearlyall averaged the best gross result during the season, and in addition to that a check for
1. Two thousand boxes sold at 1.40 to the packing-houses were closed down $100. This is offered wholly for the sake of endeavoring to raise the standard of

2.35; average 1.85. Tangerines, half during holiday week, and it will take grading, packing and careful handling on the part of shippers. The average at the
boxes, 1.05 to 1.35; Navels, 2.45 to 2.62J. several days for the machinery of the end of the season will be carefully made out of each and every shipment that we
Market\ strong. business to start up again; so we look fora receive."

2. L. & N. car 15,291, average 1.50 for good market up to the 15th or 20th of Any correspondence directed to New York will receive prompt attention.
oranges and 1.70 for Tangerines per box. the; month.
3. L. & N. car 16,438 sold af 1.50 to We may be pardoned for a little self- E. L. GOODSELL.

2.10; average 1.75. Demand good. glorification over the results of our busi- No. 94 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.,
4. Sales to-day 1.20 to 2.00; average ness thus far. During holiday week our and No. 103 Park Place, N. Y. City.
1.47. Mostly large fruit. Demand good; receipts were 2,305 boxes, and for the sea-
more fruit wanted. son up to the end of December we had iniiiiumiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiuiiiiniiiiiiiuiHiniuiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiu i

5. Sold three cars to-day'average; 1.68, handled 16,180 boxes which we considera They can always be depended on to
1.81, 2.00 respectively. :Market;\ stronger : very fair record for an "infant indus- W d' Seeds produce the, finest Vegetables and
6. Car 15,074 sold at 1.75 to 2.30, average try.; That our patrons are also pleasedis 00 S Flowers and successful Farm crops. .
2.11. Tangerines 2.50; Mandarinsbad shown by the steady increase of ourreceipts.

( decay) 1.04. Car 5,872, poor condi- '
tion, 1.55 to 2.30; average 1.94. Car TesteddTrue.Wood's;: Seed Book

2,461,'condition fair, 2.00 to 2.45, average :Fruit Market Bulletin. :

2.25. Tangerines (bad decay), half boxes, Burton K. Barrs says: |llllllllllllllllllllllllllinillllimilllllimiinilHlllllilil llllUillll tells you when to plant, how to cultivate -
88 cents. Big demand for oranges and There is nobody in the business and all about the best Seeds togetnerwith much valuable Information about
lemons. Market\ in good shape. Be sure capable of foretelling what will happenin profitable crops, both for the Garden and Farm. Mailed free. Write for it.

and ship heavier; fancy stock would the orange market. Everything pointedto Seed:J:8 in the outh. T. W. WOOD & SONS Seedsmen, Richmond, Va.
bring 3.00. ; low prices immediately after Christ- !
7. Good sale, mostly russets, nearly mas; instead of this prices have steadily
sound (except one large line which
was improved, so that they are now better
in very bad order), sold at 1.15 to 2.50; than they have been before this season. fan:: Is I Different from Others.
2170 boxes averaged 1.98. Tangerines, From now on until the close of the season Ever
1.34. Ship heavier; prospects good. it is safe to advise continued 1894. '
shipments. It Is Intended to aid the planter In selecting the Seeds
8. Car 3,242 arrived in poor condition- Russets have about reached their best adapted for his needs and conditions and in getting
1.68. per- from them the best possible results. It Is not,therefore,highly
average % fection. There is less complaint of the S colored In either sense; and we have taken great care that
9. Car 16,438 sold for 540. Car 11,130, bad carrying qualities of the fruit, and nothing worthless be put In.or nothing worthy be left oat. "We
$5.10. Invite trial of our Seeds \Ve know them because we grow them.
altogether the outlook is the best it has Every planter of Vegetables or Flowers ought to know about our
10. Sale to-day of 1,500 boxes at 1.15 been this season. three warrants; our cash discounts; and our gift of agricultural
to 2.09; average 1.63. to purchasers Seeds. All of these are explained la
Now the northern markets a the which
are clearingup 1 Catalogue, a copy of can be yours for the asking.
11. Sale to-day, nearly all large fruit, at the proper thing for orange growersto _oabitakdsd6. J.. J.. H. CRECORY SON, Marblehead, Mas*. ..
1.26 to 3.00 2.10. Market well
; average do, is to see that no more is sent --
cleared up. forward. By pursuing this policy, in
Palermo lemons-Common from 7s to
LIVERPOOL. lemons during January at a still further
two weeks time the woods will be full of
advance in 10s; selected up to 29s, cases; boxes from6s
Sale on 28th inst. showed prices The returnsso prices.
rang- buyers. uniformly poor
Dec. 21.-Sold three cars of for to 13s, 6 d; Malagas, one-half chests,
ing seven to twelve s, making average of far this season should be evidence oranges
the account of the agents of the Florida 10s to 12s; a few Valencias 18s to 20s.
nine s. Next shipments for to the that
Liverpoolwill enough con-
orange grower
Valencia onions 6s 6d to 7s.
Fruit Exchange all showing more or less ,
leave Jacksonville is his ,
January 7,11, signing not strong point. Many
from 3s 6d to 6s 3d.
13, 18, 21 and 25.JACKSONVILLE. packing houses are shut down becausethe decay, as follows: One car 1.55 to 2.30, oranges, ,
average 1.94; one car 1.75 to 2.30, average
returns not to
pay Boston Jan. I-H. Harris & Co.
2.11 one car 2.00 to 2.45, average sold
Fla. charges. To these are largely due the
2.-Bulletin 225. Tangerines and mandarins, nearlyall Florida oranges at 1.20 to 2.12J; navel
No. 23: We have no telegrams concerning present scarcity of oranges in the in very poor condition, sold 1.04 to oranges at 85c to 2.26; tangerines half
sales this week as yet, closing sales market. boxes 87$c to 1.50 mandarins half
2.56; few fancy tangerines 4.00; one car of ; ,
oflast week are given below. They indi- We quote prices as follows: Brights Florida russets sold 1.25 to boxes, 87c.Snow .
cate a firm market at prices a little higher. 1.20 to 1.50:> ; russets 90c to 1.25. By oranges, & Co. sold Florida at
2.20 1.83 Messina lemons oranges
average ;
1. All well cleared demand adding the average charges to distant
up; good mon to fancy, 4.25 to 5.10, average 4.68. 1.25 to 2.50; mandarins, half boxes 1.00
and increasing; prospects are for higher market of 60c per box, shippers will see The four cars of Florida oranges,good and to 1.15; tangerines, boxes, 2.00 to 2.50.
that them much
market will net
our as
prices. Baltimore Jan. 2 There
Re- was a fair de-
bad together averaged about 2.10.
2. C. of G. sold and in much less time, than when ,
car 11,130 1.50 to 2. money ceipts light, demand and prospects first- mand for good fruit to-day. Choice
Ship five or six cars this week sure. they ship further. extra brought 2.00 for 176s. The
class. Strictly fancy Florida fruit in good oranges
3. Car 8,896 sold :yesterday at average, condition would have sold 2.75 to 3.00 to- I receipts are small. Scarcity < 2.18; car 17,184 averaged 1.90 lowest Buffalo Auction Sales the market active and
i ; day, as bidding was lively and spirited, i keeps lairly -
price 1.25; highest 3. Fruit nearly all and attendance of fruit buyers attoday'ssale I for western and northern shipments -
large. Rush the fruit forward, supply is A very brisktrade during the past was over 160.BUFFALO. I is good.

hort. week, with a steadily increasing demandfor FRUIT AUCTION Co. .....
4. Cars 15,440 and 3,724 averaged 1.56 nearly all kinds of fruit for holiday Asthma Sufferers
and 1.46, respectively. Market is firm. trade. Messina lemons advanced 1.00
5. Car 2,916 sold 1.25 to 1.65; average per box, and sold here quickly at 5.00 per London, Dec. 18.-Mr. John Nugent Who have in vain tried every other

1.40; car 2,WO sold 1.30 to 2.15; average box. Florida oranges, although still ar- Johnston, of Liverpool, transmits the following means of relief should try Scniinx n's
1.70. Market\ firm. riving generally in poor condition, have report by M. Isaacs & Sons: Valencia GERMAN ASTHMA CUBE. No waiting for

6. Car No..8,031 sold,, for 700; averaged 3 met with-ready sale at advanced prices. ] oranges, about 15,000 cases offered results. Its action is immediate, direct
2.30. This good fruit, want more like it. Tangerines and mandarins in heavy re- to-day; market opened firm; 420s, 8s,9d and certain, as a single trial will prove.
7. Sold 1,400 boxes to-day at 1.25 to ceipt, but nearly all lots sold readily at to 9 s; large 714s, 11s, and subsequentlywent Send for a trial package to Dr. R. SchUlr -

9.25; average 1.85.; Tangerines at 1.25 to fairly good prices. Prospects seem good higher; 4tOs from 9s to lOs, 6d; mann, St. Paul, Minn., but ask.your druggist
2,85 per box. Ship heavier. for a much heavier sale of oranges and large 714s from 12s to 13s. Messina and first. -

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York,., Jan l.rFlorida H oranges HOW A BABY WAS SAVED.AN "Three years ago r had a very severe
have arrived :belt Sere h sbeenan'active
freely, attack of grippe. I thought I would lose
demand and for the New Year the use of my right arm. There was a
trade arid'martet'has been well sustained INTERESTING STORY FOR strange numbness} in it and I would haveto

in,price. Fancy brights; have sol&'g.e er- PAEENTS. drop everything. It felt as if it was
ally 'at"2.12 to 2.25, occasionally higherfor asleeep all the time. I had doctors and

something fancy, with straight lines A Child That Was Born with a Terrible they told me it was bad circulation of
mainlyfrom 1.75 to 2.00, and ,russets 1.50 -Pronounced Incurableby the blood, that I was run down and
to 1.75 j>dr box Navel oranges occasion- the Leading Physicians of needed rest. I took only one box of
all)-:drceod'2.25, with fancy Tangerines Hahnemaim College Pink Pills and felt myself getting better.I .
bringing.2'.50'per: ; box arid Mandarins 1.50 Saved by a Miracle. took the second box and have never
to.l.7S'per box. Grape fruit in good demand (From the Philadelphia Inquirer.) had pain or ache since. Everyone who

when fancy but common movesslowly. :From time to time there have appearedin knows what work I have to ,do is aston-
Apples, king, 4.50 to 5.50; oranges I i the leading and most reputable news- ished. It is certainly a wonder that with

,Florida brights, selected, per box papers of the country marvelous accounts my work I am so strong and have never
2.25; brights, fancy, lines, 1.87 to 2.12; of many wonderful cures that have had a return of the trouble." i Shortest Quickest
- average{lines, 1:50 to; 1.75; russet prime been effected by a medicine called Dr. Mrs. Meeks' remarks were reduced to
1.62"to 1.75; iliferior,1.00 to 1.50; nave Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. writing, after which she, accompaniedby
prime 2.00 to 2.50; Tangerines, 1.50 to2.75anditiiiis These statements have been made by her sister, Mrs. Moncrieff and the

; LOO td 1.75; grapefruit, some of the best known men in business child, made the following affidavit: Most Attractive.
1.50 to 2.50;;lemons;Florida, 1.00 to 3.00. circles, church circles and even medical: Sworn and subscribed before me this

Florida ,beans in, fair. supply and mq !ngslowlf..uiileas" circles, and have been backed up by their sixth day of May, A. D., 1893.
;, fancy. The few: FloridacucumtMsiBandeggplant affidavits. JAMES F. ROONEY ROUTE

,arriving command The Inquirer is pleased to add anotherto [SEAL.] :Notary Public.
fair prices when fancy. Key West the list and gives the story below, The proprietors of Dr. Williams' Pink BETWEEN -
tpmatqes generally poor, some being properly vouched for. Pills state that they are not a patent
almost ''worthless, and prices low and Little Ettie Moncrieil is the daughter of medicine but a scientific preparation used Florida Points and the North.THE .

uncertain, with about the best stock Mrs. Helen Moncrieff\ who resides with successfully in private practice of a

offeringat1.25 to 1.50 per box. Cucumbers her sister, Mrs.\ M.\ G. Meek, at 748 Wharton physician of high: standing. They are
t Florid> f 1.00 to 3,00; eggplant, street, which is a neat little bakery. given to the public as an unfailing blood
Florida, per Iarrel, 2.00 to 4:00: ; egbplaht The reporter found Mrs. MeeK herself be- builder and nerve restorer, curingall Florida Central andPeninsular
;;'Florida;" pfe? box 1.00 to 2.00; lettuce hind the counter and she said : forms of weakness arising froma

,' 'New',Orleans; per barrel, 2.00 to My sister's daughter, who is now a watery condition of the blood or

4.00; string beans;Florida;,per crate 1.00 year old, was afflicted from her birth witha shattered nerve!', two fruitful causes of
to '2.25;;;' tomatoes, Florida, per bushel- spinal affection, and the doctor who almost every ill that flesh is heir to.
crate, .50 to 1.25. attended her said she could not live. We The pills are also a specific for troubles VIA

had two other doctors to attend her. peculiar to females, such as suppressions, bAKE CITY:
St. Louis, Jan. .1.-Oranges-Receipts{ They also said she could not live. Finally all forms of weakness, chronic constipation ,
and offerings.only fair. Demand continues I took her to the Hahnemann College. bearing down pains, etc., and in
good and: stocks are kept well cleanedup That was four months ago, when she was men will give speedy relief and effect a AND flTliBNTfl
;" prices, while showing considerable eight months old. The examination was permanent cure in all cases arising from ,

firmnets,, were nqt any higher on the made in the presence of a room full of mental worry, overwork, or excess of TO .
average-sales,..:tlthougli some:lots t 'of well physicians and students. The Professor whatever nature. The pills are sod! by Nashville St. Louis and ChicagoWith
known brands brought ;alight premiums. lectured her all dealers will ,
on case, saying it was very or be sent post paid on
Floridadn. car' lots from ,first hands sell rare one. He said that in such cases receipt of price ((50 cents a box or 6 boxes but one change of sleepers connects
at 1J50: to>l:75 .per';box For selections there was very seldom a recovery. It for $$2,50-the are never sold in bulk or also Atlanta The Florida for NEW Central YORK and and Peninsularhas KANSAS

prepacked Borders, we quote\ : Flori- was, he remarked, the most peculiar case by the 100)), by addressing Dr. Williams' nearly 700 miles of track running throughthe
da frri&hte; ,2 to 2.25; golden 1ssets, 1.75 that was ever brought to his attention. Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y., or
to t: Mexican, 2.25: ;to; 2.50; :tangerines, "I brought the child home immedi- Brockville, Ontario. Tobacco Stock Jiff/tons Fanning, and Dairy Section,
fair;demand at 2.25 to 2.5Q: per box; mandarins ately, believing, as the professor and the Peacn and Strawberry Lands,
"selltat2ltd, ;225'perbox; ; ; grapefruiFlorida others had said, that she couldn't live. Orange, Banana and Pineapple Country,

: : in light offering and fair In fact, at one time, we thought she was Lade!' eorgntalAgents.l5V t Phosphate Has the Belt.Silver Spring and
demand at 2.25 to 250 per box1'on orders'; entirely gone. She was unconscious, with a wetk. Exclusive urritorj. The Other fine Scenery.The .
pineappleshr-Supply l light and demand, scarcely perceptible pulse or breath. Rapid D1.1a W..b.r.Washes a.lilio Great Hunting Country.
dishes for inoue minutr.
a family
the Noted Ground
gool.'at.75.to2.per( dozen for extra and Several times she was in an almost ; t Rashes, rinses and dries thtm Reaches Fishing
2.25 to: 2.50 for No. 1; new potatoes, 3.00 condition and looked without wetting the baLds. You Has the best lands for tillage, greatest variety
equally helpless we
jmsb the button tbe machine does of soils in the State and above all
bu; egg plant, 2.00.t to 3.00 doz; beans,JL.W for-leer death hourly. 'hrRAFID the TfBl. Brizhr.poihbed dishes,
i and cherrfal wives.o scaldedBngFrs.nosoiledbaudsorclothiug. Runs over the Central Rldgeland
to .1.76 case; peasY2.00, ; ) ;: lettuce, 3.00 to "Then I called to mind how Dr. Will aSAwA5p 5 i \ Where It Is High and Healthy.
3.60 ..bblt;; thatoes.Florida.6-baaket car- iams' Pink Pills for Pale People had once -7'Xt durabhwarranted.Circularrfrce.broken dUhesnoinuss.Cheap, Prosperous towns fill its route and it offers

rier, 3.50 to 4.00; Texas, 50c half bubox.. cured me, and the miraculous recoveriesI W. P.HARRISON&CO., Clerk No. 12, Columba.. O. the best freight facilities for any produce to
P. M. KIELY. had heard of and read about of people the Northern- markets. Send for the popularsong '

cured from paralysis in various stages, "
Chicago, 'Jan. l.Oranges quiet and and even from physical deformities. I
; Brooders only$5. Bert and cheapest for with its spirited words and beautiful music
about isteafty.,, Offerings quite liberal.
told sister that since all the doctors Wi
my raising chicks; 40 first premiums; 3.000) descriptive of an actual Florida Home, and
Florida 1.25 to 2.00, as to size of box. had abandoned the child, and she seemedto testimonials; eend for catalogue. which is gotten up in elegant style-Six pages
Pineapples.1.5Q. :to 3.00 doz.. Vegetable:' have no chance for life, it could certainly G.S.SINGER, Box 2X,Cardlngion, O. of full sized best music paper, containing alsoa
picture of a home in Florida and a huntingscene.
Head.lettuce, 40 to 50c per doz; .leaf let- do_ no harm to try the Pink Pills It is mailed on receipt of 10 cents'(in
tuce,75c to 1.00 per case; curly l lettuce, 40 to see if they could possibly::; repeat their I GREEN ACADEMY stamps to pay expense of distribution))
to 60c per dpz;. garlic, 6 to 8c per Ib; newbeets other wonderful cures. Neither my sister BOWLING Send also for the best (.sent
slow 50 to 60c spinach bu boxec Green,V. Opens Sept.7th. free) and note the towns on its route.
; nor I had the faith that they woulddo Bowline Thorough A. O. MACDONELL G.P A.,
,careful training,unequalled health record,
60,to we;; spinach, per bbl, fancy> 1.25 to so in a case so nearly gone as the equipment absolute freedom from hazing,student uniformly successful. Jacksonville Fla.
For catalogue addreii John Hart M.A.U.of\'..
voWVt child's and we agreed that it would be a
.Cincinnati,. Jan. 1.-oranges. Offerings miracle indeed if she should be saved. The Florida Central &
r "are liberal and the market is easier. She couldn't move at that time, both her I STRAWBERRIES!
Fancy sold at 2.00; good to prime, 1.33=>> to arms and legs being affected. But we
FRUITED five Season? Peninsular R.
R. Co.
T Vl ,
1.75 per box. Lemons are scarce and began that very night giving the Pink The JJCtllctll Q TlQi, bloomer earl :
a perfect ,
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firm. Prime to cn ice Florida, 4XX: ) to her have
Pills letting one pellet a day Offers to
very firm, thrifty, yields large crop of good size ShippersThe
5.k: ) good '3.50 Messina, 5.50 to 6.00 divided three
; ; per into parts. On the third
colored and fine flavored berries, and Is the bei
lion that she Shortest and Quickest Route
day we see was improving. hipper known. For plants address,
Before that it'was hard to get her to take BETWEEN
A Sliding Scale.In food. At the end of two weeks we saw E. T. COLLLSTEC, St. Lode, II FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN

Brevard county theyhave, succeeded great improvement in her. We continued
in adjusting very accurately, it would giving her the pills more than a month. B. W. STONE & THE ,EAST AND WEST.With .
seemitbeburdens: of taxation which different After we ceased giving her the Pink Pills, .GO'J Improved Ventilated Cars this com-'
classesand; sections will bear. The however, she seemed a little less happy THOMASVILLE, CA. handle pany is the better Orange equipped and Vegetable than ever Crops ever.and to

Advocate, :says: "The law directs that and healthy and we began using them FREE A ful guide to success- insure close connections and prompt despatchto .
commercial fruit
the assessor,shall ascertain the value of !again. Now she is a cheerful, beautiful .culture at the South of pears, all Eusteru and Western :Markets. -
thelands.inthis: county, and assess thfcmat child in splendid health. She has en- --= plumspeachesetc. Wholesale Through cars to destination with
.theirifullcash; : .value. The assessor tirely recovered from her spinal and and quarters retail for nurseries.trees. Head. out change or delay.
does not pretend to obey this:part,of the I Other troubles. She sleeps well and no substitutions; hence none Perishable freight followed by wire and
law. The rule is Titusville 'takes her food well. For a child of her cheaper. Send for free catalog shippers advised time passing various Junction -
at about one-third its value age'she seems to be as strong and healthyas points and arrival at destination.
property> ; All claims for overcharges and loss promptly -
Kockledge'property at' one::fifth; influential could be expected. When we hold her adj j usted. -
!residents ofother'localities at whateveris'agreeable by the arm or she is at our knees she can Acme Hotel See that your goods are markedvia
to them; s corporation stand, and for a child who was once deprived F. C. &,P. R. R.

lands gat' :what theyare worth.or more,' of all power of spine, arms and European Plan. For information call on or address,theun- ident owners at i all they will legs, this seems wonderful. We cannot No. Ill, 1V. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla dersigned: '
stand. This'as not,so much the fault of have the slightest doubt now that she Reopened with finely furnished apart- C. E. TAYLOR Trav. A'gt', Ocala Fla.
Gen. t. Orlando FJa.
tEe present assessor. He found the rule will grow up a strong, healthy child." ments, with clean, nice beds, 50c to $1 G. M.HOLDEN, Trav. A7gt Leesburg. Fla.
irfctBte, 'when'he':cceptOO ,office, and he Mrs.'Meek then told how she had her- I per day each person. Good dining roomin W. R. FULLER. Trav. A. 't, Tampa,'Fla.!
followed it. It would take greatmoral self been cured by Dr. Williams'. Pink same block< with moderate prices. Or N.S. PENNINGTON;/TTra Jacksonville; c:Ma: Ela,.

courage to depart from it," Pills. I R. L. CHAPWICK. W. H. PLEASANTS,General Freight: Aft.


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Points on Silver-1. amount of alloy (baser metal) to be You can't keep chickens in health with- FOR best Kentucky Tobacco Stems write

I mixed with it to give it greater hardnessand out grit. & TOOMER,Jacksonville, Fla._
{ One of the
our exchanges bearing
durability. This was in 1792, in the FLORIDA'S advantages for small investments
,_ name of Coin, teaches a popular school days of Washington and Jefferson and Estate Journal," 'Arcadia, Fla.
of finance. In recent issue find the with state cents
a we $1.00 per year: sample, map
forefathers who hada
our revolutionary For Sulphate of Potash.We 4-23-121
t silver question lucidly explained:
hatred of England, and an intimate of of
have a large supply Sulphate Potash,
So much uncertainty ,prevailing about PIGEON -Boughtsoldand exchanged
knowledge of her designs on this coun- 48 to 52 per cent, and more to arrive in January. FANCY
for what want. for reply
the facts connected with the mon- at ton, cash. We this direct, and ,you Stamp
many had $2; per import '
try.: They fought eight long years LLOYD GRANT, Lady Lake, Fla. 7-28-S2t
etary question, very few are able to in- can make lowest possible prices. Also, Sulphur
for their independence from British
for and
from first hands. Write prices circulars.
telligently understand the subject. domination in this country and when WILSON &TOOMER, ANIMAL MEAL makes hens lay. Write to K.
Fla. for information.
Ormoud ,
Hard time are with us; the country is theyhad, seen the last red-coat leave our Jacksonville, Fla.

distracted; very few things are marketable shores settled down to establish
they a HARROW prices,address E.
at a price above the cost of produc- permanent government, and among the I 1 FORICUTAWAY. Point,Fla.,State Agent.

tion; tens of thousands are out of employ- first things they did was to make 371}. -- -. -IO-2I-tf

ment; the jails, penitentiaries, work-- grains of slIver the unit of values. That ii JILn SALE or exchange one four-year-old bull

houses and insane asylums, are full; the much silver was to constitute a dollar. FOR Durham, half Jersey;and one bull calf;

; gold.reserve at Washington is sinking; And,each dollar was a unit. They then : : half Jersey,from a four-gallon cow. CBAS. W.

the\overnnient is running at a loss-withaUeficit'in provided for all other money to be CAMPBELL,'.SR., Ocala, Marion Co. 9-23-101

every department; the Chicago counted from this unit of a silver dollar. wr, ttsr< eaota u iW11 SHELL POND NURSERY.-Satsuma Orange

post-office is about to fall down on Hence dimes, quarters and half dollars ,the hardiest in the world,on five-y ar-
the faithful employes' heads for want of The old trifoliata stocks; wilt bear in,/one or two
exact fractional of the dollarso Majority'Rules. *
: rebuild repair huge debt parts :years. .JAS. P. DEPASS, Lake City, Florida.
i money or ; a fixed. 9-2-16
bangs,like an app Ming .cloud. over the I "Gold made but its And when it says protection it is "not in it," we
was money, for the
in submit. Have selected best farm fence for the ORANGE GROWERS : .IJam agent
t country; the, churciies Chicago are was,counted from these silver units or slaughter. Knock down workmen's wages Sizer made;and .a Fertilizer
being thrown open to sleep to the wan- dollars. The ratio between silver and robbed agent's commission, strangled manufac Distributor that will pay forjitself in one season.
derers upon the street who hare no turer's profits, and will serve up the remains ina Write for prices etc. C. A. BOOMS, Orlando,-Fla.
gold was fixed at 15 to 1, and afterwardsat '
the of dis- new list January 1st. 8-26-i6t __
place to lay their heads; cry 16 to 1. So that in making gold Nevertheless the Coiled .Spring Fence,
tress is heard on every hand; schemes to coins their weight was regulated by this '. itself, stands unalterably for PROTECTION, FOR SALE for cash,time or trade,orange groves,
and timber lands. E. RUMLEY, Keuka
into executionare and forever.
remedy our ills when put ratio. now, henceforth Fla. 3-n-i6t

smashed like box cars on the Lehigh PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO., Adrian.
"This continued to be the law to
up Mich. LOUISIANA GRASS-(paspalum pldtycaulc),
Valley railroad, and Wall street looks in 1873. During that long time it was perman ant pasture grass.for Florida.
t train for 'an excuse to account for the CUttings at$1.25 a barrel f.o.b. W H. POWERS
the unit of values and
never changed as ,
1 Fla. 6-24-101
since the HOMESEEKER.Published awtey,
failure.of.prosperity to return FLORIDA
always contained 371J grains of pure .
repeal of the silver purchase act. LAKELAND: NURSERIES-For citrus
silver. While that the law it
It is time for wisdom and sound .. was was. on sour or grapefruit roots. A:,complete -
impossible for any one to say that the at Avon Park, the model colony of stock _of all standard varieties, of Orange
sense to take the helm, and Coin acting silver in a silver dollar was only worth South Florida, only 50 cents a year. and Lemon Trees making,: specialty :.of:the
upon the suggestion, has established a O. M. CFOSBY, SEEDLESS Pomelo, and the Seedless Tahiti LIme,
57 cents or other number of cents tf Publisher.
instruct the any with 75,000 Grape Fruit Seedlings for grove setting -
school of finance to youths
less than 100 cents or a dollar. For it also Japan Chestnuts, Japan Persimmons,
of the nation, that they may have a clear] was itself the unit of values. While that IM' ;> It j F.V Krv +H it_iir urid ii I'ljlrtU.--u-r W lLll nite.Jtrwjr :4 Loquat Plum, Kelsey Plum,and other deciduoustrees

understanding of what.has been,considered the law it would have been absurd I' lte ieter''t Pl j:>. y Jtr.ev, Uucmaejr aulBoUteln and plants. C. M. Marsh, Lakeland Polk
was as *
abstruse subject and to lead 1',, tattle. Thoroughbred Co., Florida._ 1r-4-I2t
an to say that the silver in a silver dol- Sheep. FMCJ Poultry. Hunting
them out of the labyrinth falsehoods, and BOM Dop. CaUlojne.Co purchaser for 2,500:Thrifty:Year-
lar was only worth 57 cents, as it wouldbe rsnvWa Chester ., WANTED-A ''
heresies and isms that distract the 8. W. 8MIT1I. Peua Pear Trees, 3 4;to 8,
to say that this figure 11 have on the $35.00$ per 1,000. B. W. Partridge, Monticello, Fla.ni8tf .
country. black-board is only fifty-seven one hun- Bradley Redfield. Eugene B. Redfield. _
The following is a reproduction of the ESTABLISHED 1871.
dredths of one. Get this fixed in :your BARGAINS in,Florida 1 Fine 9yearoldGrove
first session of Coin's financial REDFIELD & SON, '
minds, and you will understand many young grove; first-class Vegetable
school and Phosphate Lands. Send for descriptive cir-
Commission Merchants
things the newspapers are now saying, culars. J. L. Derieux,Lakeland.Fla._ ji-i8-8t.
TIlE' MORNING SESSION. that would otherwise be unintelligible.
"When the ratio was changed from 15 MACARTNEY Hedge Rose Plants and CUt-
There was a'good attendance, and the sale. M. O'NEILL, Fairbanks,
to 1 to 16 to 1, the silver dollar or unit Fruit Auctioneers
large hall selected in the Art Institute, Fla. iI23.13tPURE
left the size and the gold dollar -
full. Sons of was same 141 Dock Street., 1'hlladelnhln.,. J'a. '
was comfortably merchants Blood Poland Chna, Boar, seven months
made The latter
and:bankers, in fact all classes of was smaller. was We handle all kiuds of Fruits and Vegetables, Florida grown,$8.00. P. C.,care Flor-
business well represented. Journalism changed from 24.7 grains to 23.2 grains either at private sale (which has heretofore been ida Farmer and Fruit Grower, Lawtey Fla.
were pure gold, thus making- smaller. our custom)or by the auction system (recently II-25-tf
: however predominated. Coin added to our business) as you may desire.
This occurred in 1834. The.silver dollar
Brown Leghorn Eggs. Cheaper than
the the PURE
to platform looking
stepped on still remained the unit, and continued so Stock the.very best. $i.oofori3. R.
smooth 'little financier that he is, and until 1873. OENT-A- 'FORD" COLUMN.To PUDDY, Lawtey,.Fla. 11-25-161

"I am pleased to see such a large at- [Continued next week.] insure insertion in this column, advertise- RIVERSIDE NURSERIES.-Peaches, Pears
Persimmons, Apricots, Al-
ments must be accompanied by the
tendance. It indicates a desire to learn money.
monds, Figs, Mulberries, Loquats, Pecans,Sat-
Advertisements must not exceed fifty words.
and master a subject that has baffled your You Can't Do It. Postage Stamps received in payment. suma and Dancy Tangerine Oranges, Grape

fathers. The reins of the governmentwill You can't make from food that I Count every word including name and address., Vines and Roses; prices reasonable;cataloguefree.
1! eggs 1 ___ ,- -" ... J. A. DANIEL, Prop., Glen St. Mary, Fla.121612t .
in hands and
soon be placed your produces fat.
-10,000 i or 2 year old sweet seed-
its future will be moulded by your hon- You can't make a hen sit until she WANTED. G. L. TABER Glen St. Mary Fla. Seed and Orange Wine for sale

esty and intelligence."I wants to. i-6-4t CASSAVA; state quantity wanted; plant cassava

ask yon to accept nothing from me You can't keep fowls thrifty without SALE-Large orange grove; trees now any time'daring winter. H. MEISLABK Apopka. -

that does not stand the analysis of green food of some kind. FOR with oranges, many ten to fifteen Fla. i>i6-4t

reason. That you will freely ask ques- You can't make profit with a crowded boxes to the tree. Five car loads already shippedthis BEARING Orange Groves for Sale on Lake
tions and criticisms. And if season; good average obtained both in are guaranteed to pay next year
pass yard.You. America and England. Address Grower, from ten'to twenty- ve per cent. net on the in
any one present who believes that all can't succeed without hard work. Gotha, Fla. 1-6-2t' vestment. Also wild and cleared land under

who differ from him are lunatics and' You can't build up a trade without fence, suitable for orange or general cultivation.For .
SALE-Hotel with small bearing orange further particulars, address Box: no.South
:fools he is requested to vacate his seat FOR
capital. of Lake fruit
grove. Heart great Orange Lake Weir.Marion.Co., Fla. i2-y-6t
'and-leave the room." You can't keep fowls in good condition region. Price very reasonable. Address JamesA.

The son"'of Editor Scott of the Chicago that are literally covered with lice. Pepper.Citra, Fla. i-6-4t STRAW I varieties.Plants! $1.25 1,000,000 1,000;, Hoffman standard; ,

rlHerald, here arose and walked out. You can't put brains into an incubatorand Leghorn Roosters for crossing, $1.00. the' greai'Southern berry;

, Coin paused a moment and then con- brooder. WHITE FRIES, St. Nichola-5, Fla. 1-6-2t earliest, largest, firmest, most

tinued "My object will be to teach in BERRY profitable. O. W. BLACKNALI.
: You can't have a good growth by .- known Kittrell, N. C. i2-i6-iot
best sweet
YAM-The potato ; .
you to-day the A B C of the questions breeding.You !BUNCH and very prolific; no vines in the way;

about money that are now a matter of can't get any satisfaction out ofa can be cultivated with a plow as easily as can FOR best Kentucky Tobacco Stems, write

every day conversation. lazv hen. corn. 25 cents per lb.- 2j 4 Ibs 50 cents 6lbs. Ji.i62t &TOOMER: Jacksonville, Fla.
DILL Diiiburgn,Ala.
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THE MONEY UNIT. You can't make a living out of one 12 Camphor.Trees, 12 to 15 inches;. $1.00;'or
branch of poultry alone. to sell for the next thirty.days 3 to LOquat 8toi2 (.00; or
""In'money there is a unit. In arith- You can't be a successful fancier until WANTED budded orange and grapefruit treesat 5 Giant 8 to 12 '1.00; or
$20.00 hundred, nftoen varieties. G. L. Japan Sugar Date,for SI.OQ; or
metic, as you are aware, you are taught you have become well versed in poultry MICHAEL,per Star Hill Nursery, Glen Ethel, Fla. 8 Comm n for i.oo.

what a unit is. Thus, I make here on culture. i-6-4t Delivered free-, by DEER* ISLAND NURSERIES,
blackboard the 1. That in in this Oakland,ITa. 12-23-11
figure afford
You can't a big expense two years old Orange and Lemon,Buds
arithmetic is a unit. All countings business ; the less help you have the LARGE each. Three-year buds so\cents. FOR SALE-Orange and Lemon Trees on

sums or multiples of that unit. A unit better. Grape Fruit and Tangerine buds 25 cents. Other stock. Write for prices to J. H.
trees cheap. Nearly all on sweet stock. Write TURNLEY, "Excelsior Nurseries," Lake Weir
therefore in mathematics neces- the markets. ,
was. a You can't speculate on for prices. LAKE REGION NURSERY Co,, Au- Fla. 12-16-151
sity as a basis to start from. In making Prices change with the whirlwind.You burndale, Polk county Fla. i2-3o-8t

money it was equally necessary to establish can't become practical by books C. TRIFOLIATA for Hedges. Seedlings 12 to
inches f.'o.b., packed to long distance -
Nurseries, Monticello, Fla., Pear, J4 carry
a unit The constitution gave alone; you must combine experience with 1 SUMMIT, Plum and other fruit trees, 'Roses, ."-$20.00 'per:thousand.' L. R. KERVAN.

the power to Congress to 'coin money them.-Germantown Telegraph. Camellias, etc., at prices to suit the times. Norwalk, Fla. 12"9"StCONFEDBRATE

and regulate the value thereof' Congress .+ --- 12-30-61 l'rIONEY-$25 for i; $50 for 5;

t adopted silver and gold as money It Sun: Banana plants all along FEW Trios Black Minorca Fowls, &roo; Cock- Address P. O. Box 627, Portland -

then proceeded to fix the unit. That is, Juno ,$2.00 each. D.L.PIERSON,Monticello, Ore. UI64tBRONZ
I the river were supposed to have been Fla. 12-30-21
they then fixed what should constitute Turkeys,Pekin Ducks,Indian Game

one dollar, the same thing that the destroyed by the recent storm and SALE-Choice Budded Trees of leading Ladgshan"fowls "and;Eggssatt'iOn-

mathematician did when he fixed one overflow of salt water, but now theyare FOR of Oranges, Lemons and Grape able prices Mrs. W. H. MANN-- ..., Mannvflle' '*. ; Fla.
Fruit. For prices, address D K.TURNER,Lake- ,;\ 12-16-tf,
figure from which all others should be sprouting up from the bulb, and Fla. ,i2-23-5t '
'ceunted. fixed the and FINE 2 to orange andlemo'iTbuds
Congress monetaryunit in 4-year
will be VERY
as good
to consist of 37U grains of pure in another year Grape Vines for sale cheap. O. S. per 1,000; they must go out of my.grove. .
silver, and provided for a certain condition as before. Hastings. Fla. 12-16- J.L.DERIXUZ Lakeland, Fla. 12-16-41

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; Time 53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and

t. between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours. NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLNIINI UMES.

i I: OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -

to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,

Paaea e R .te: .t both ways : _

I Between Jacksonville and New York: First-class $25.60; Intermediate $19.00; Excursion 143.50; From New York. (STANDARD TIME.) From Jacksonville,
.>'. Steerage$12.50. (Pier 29, E. R.) STEAMER Florida.
Jacksonville and Boston: Cabin, $27.00; Intermediate $21.00; Excursion $47.301; Steerage, $14.25 Wednesday Dec 29th, at 3 pm........."SEMINOLE"........ Jan. 2, at ioopm
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: Friday Dec. 29th, at 3 p m......... "IROQUOIS" .........Thursday, Jan 4th, at lyopm
Monday Jan 1St at 3 pjm........*. "CHEROKEE" .......Sunday, Jan 7th at 43o am.
. FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Wednesday, Jan 3d, at3 p m......... .AI.GONQUIN..Tuesday. Jan 9th, at 5:30 a m
Friday Jan 5th,at 3 p m.......... "YEMASSEE" ........ Thursday, jan nth, at 7:00 a m
: [Central or goO Meridian Time.] Monday, Jan 8th,at 3 p m........ *"SEMINOIE" ........ Sunday, Jan"__l-4th. at goo: a'm
Nacoochee...................................... ..........................Monday,Jan ist, 12.00 m. Wednesday, Jan loth, at3 p m.......... "IROQUOIS" .........Tuesday, Jan 16th,at ii:3oam:
Tallahassee ........................... ...... ..........................Wednesday, Jan 3d 3.30 p.m Friday 3 pm........."CHEROKEE". .....Thursday Jan iSth, at i.oopm
City of Augusta.............................................. .. .. ....Friday,Jan 5th 4.ooa.m Monday, Jan isth at 3 pm."ALGONQUIN"; ........ Sunday, Jan 21st,*;at 4.00a m
.". Chattahoochee .........................................................Saturday..Jan 6th5.oop.m; Wednesday Jan 17th ats pm ......... "YEMASSEE" ........ Tuesday Jan 330, at Sao a m
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Kansas City..Monday, 8th. 6.00 Friday, Jan 19th at 3 pm. 1SEMINOLE' .Thursday Jan :25th,at 7:30am
i City of Birmingham...............................................Wednesday, Jan Jan loth, 7.30a.m p.m Monday Jan 22d, at 3 pm.........*"IROQUOIS" ......... Sunday, Jan 28th,at 10:00: a xa
Nacoochee.... .... ....................................... .............. Friday,Jan iath, 900 a.m WedneSday, Jan 24th jut 3 p m.......... "CHEROKEE"........Tuesday, jan30thatn:3QamFriday :
Tallahassee..... ......................................................Saturday.jan i3th 9.30 a.m Jan 26th at 3 pm...... .ALGONQUIN,".... ...Thursday, Feb ist, a. 1:00 pm
City of Augusta......................................................Monday,Jan isth 11.00 a.m Monday. Jan 2gth at 3 p m.. ......... ."YEMASSEE" ........Sunday, Feb 4th, at 4:00: aj;_
Chattahoochee.....................................................Wednesday i7th, 1.30 p.m Wednesday, Jan sist at 3 pm............"SEMINOLE" .. ...Tuesday,*Feb 6th, at 430 a m
Kansas ....... ..............................Friday,Jan i9th, 3.30 p.m For New York Direct.
City of Birmingham..Saturday,Jan 20th 4.30
Nacoochee .............. .............................................Monday,Jan 22d, 6.00 p.m p.m
Tallahassee........................................... ........... Wednesday,Jan 24th, 7.303.01 ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.For .
City of Augusta... ...............................-.....................Friday,Jan 26th, 9.ooa.m
Chattahoochee..................................................... Saturday, Jan 27th, io.ooa.rn
Kansas ................................;..........Monday,Jan 291 h, 12 noon Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
City of Birmingham ............... ........... ...................Wednesday,Jan 31st,a.oo p.m ,
the St. Johns River. .
Gate City............................................. ..... ..........Thursday,Jan 4th '. .,}:r..
,Citr ot Macon ........................... .............. ....... .......Thursday, Jan nth, 3.3op.m 8.ooa.m The elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers ..-

Gate City ot City..Thursday Macon......................................... ..............Thursday, Jan, Jan i8th 25th,a.3op.m 8.00 a.m "Ci-ty of: J"aokson..V"ill, ,'
Capt. W.A. SHAW,
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( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.) DeBary

Dessoug.Dessoug..... ................... .........................:..................Tuesday Jan 2d, 2.00 Capt. T. W.I.UND.jR.; : .
{, .............................................:.........................Friday Jan 12th, 8.30 p.m Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville daily except Saturday at and from Sanford
Dessoug.......................... .........................................Monday, Jan aad,6.00 a.m a.m daily except Sunday at 9.00 a.m. 3.30 p.m.

Read down. Read up.
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line), offer to the Leave 3.30 pm............ .................................. Arrive11.43- P m
Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. .. 8.30PtQ .................. ..............Palatka............................ Lave 7.oopm
Through Ticket and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North, East and Northwest via 1.30 am................................Astor.............. .............. co 2.00 p m
Savannah. For information and rooms apply to .. 2.45 am.............................. St. Frandl.......................... 11'45 P m
J. P. BSCKWITH Sol. Agent. W. H. LUCAS Fla. Pass.Agent, .. S 00 am..............................Beresford........................... 11.43 a m
71 West Bay Street, Jacksonville.. 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville .. 6.00 am............ .................. Blue Spring ........................ to 11.00 a m
L WALKER,Agent, C. G.ANDERSON Agent Arrive 8.00 am................................Sanford............................ It 9.00 a m
New Pier No.35, North River&, New York. Lewis'City Exchange Building, Savannah, Ga. .. 9.IS am...............................En te rise......................... CI Q.30 a m
RICHARDSON BARNARD,Agents, Wharf, Boston.

W. L.J.1 JAMES>. HAShAGEN Agent.13 Eastern S.Third Agent Street Sav.Philadelphia., F1a. &Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway N. Y. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville
A..neW.SAMPSON, General Agent, W. E.ARNOLD Gen.Trav. Pass. Ad, Jacksonville, Fla SI. II. ClTYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York.
306 Washington st., Boston. W. H. RHETT, Generaf Agent, THEO. T. EGER, Traffic Manager >Bowling Green, New York.A. .
For Tickets apply to S.. F.& W.Railway office. 317 Broadway New York. J. COLE Passenger Agent, 5 Bowling Green, New York.F. .
M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St., Tacksonrille Fla.
W. A. BOURS. ESTABLISHED 1875. JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville,Fla.
J. B. BOURS. J. A. LESLIE Superintendent foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville Fla. _

WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO., WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,

12 South Delaware Avenue Philadelphia. 5 Bowling Green New York.PHILADELPHIA .

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We Handle Only the Best andfMostJReliable[ Seeds. A Oomple Stock of THE DIRECT PHILADELPHIA ORANGE ROUTE.

Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour Bran Wheat, Grits, Meal, From SAILING Jacksonville DAYS aa a >141

Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark. S.leaves S. South Dec.Portland 3093 --- frThmrough rates to

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GROUND BONE leaves Jan. 694 Buffalo, Albany,

YHgeri-Illen Fertilizer Co. NITRATE SODA S.S. South Portland, 1===- burg Scranton, Elmira, Plttg-SyracuseRochester. -
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cspcotfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General .

.. $ankinusiness.CORRESPONDENCE of the fruit trade.

INVITED. For other rates and particulars apply to

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THEIR CItLItBRATItD.Brand of TRUCK FARl\IItRS' SPl-:. iL.'produced tJ best crop of the year,and the patrons of this brand have been very successful and made large sums of i
money out of their crops the past year. Messrs' Bigelow an 1 a> .J.Anderson,of Bushnell,Fla.,started their crops of Watermelons into market the latter part of May. t,
Mr.BIOELOW sold two cars in New:York,through Sgobel&Day,for$49d vg.first;; car.and$530.00 second car-The highest price ever realized in ,New York. He also sold one car in ,Boston for
.$500,and other cars,at fancy prices. No Brand of Fertilizer has.Reaifted One-Third. as Good Results. Write for full information regarding our different brands of Special Mixtures.
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,IF, YOU. CAN produce a car load of fine early m J.from oulruck Farmers' Special and sell at $300 or over per car in New York,

'" ,is'it not;,more remunerative than using slower and cheaper fertilizers ? Let us figure: A car of early melons that cut well will bnngl

in- New York at.least $300. Deduct $140 (freight; $110; commission, $30;) and you will get $160 net proceeds. But if you use a fertilizer 1t

,is not'carefully prepared or adapted to the crop and soil requirements of the State you get your melons i into a late market: and are 1

fortunate if they bring freight charges. Say, however, two later cars bring a total of-$300, you have double freight,. amounting to $220, '

'and commission, $30, leaving only $50 as your net proceeds.-OBSERVE: THE DIFFERENCE! -


\; I 1.... -, By writing to us we can give you some valuable points on this subject J, and show you how to obtain remunerative crops.


'- We give Remunerative Crops. Others furnish Theory. No. 50 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, !

Our Insecticide and Fertilizer Lime, prepared from O. S. Gas Lime, is giving splendid results. Write for copies of the opinions of those who have carefully j
tested;this article. .
We place only those.articles on the market that bring remunerative returns. Drop us a postal for our"Special Opinion about"Fertilizers as a Profitable Investment."

._ j' ARCADIA,FLA., December i3th,1893.
The Paine Fertilizer Co.,Jacksonville, Fla.: **. ::1
GENTLEMEN'have read with much interest Prof. Pratt's analysis of your O.S.d Lime, reported in the FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER of the gth inst. I purchased two tons of you about thfee .'t
months ago and sowed it broadcast over two acres of newly cleared up bay-head land. I have now growing over 4,000 cabbages, Isootomato plants,several hundred e jg plants,beets,lettuce, cauliflower ;
and onions all doing remarkably well,oil of which I attribute to the use of your O. S. o.Lime. Less than four months ago this garden was a wet,swampy bay-head. I have four acres now to clear
up and shall use'a an acre. Yours truly, ._ \ .;
Just received a cargo of German Kainit,also large quantities of Potash and Nitrate of Soda and Western goods. We have a large cargo of Potash(all kinds)and Nitrate of Soda to arrive during 1
December,and will cut under all prices. ,Drop us a line for quotations. (Mention this paper.) !;
r 2 111c"I1 .r : n < If!. _. it>.. USE ONLY FERTILIZERManufactured 1

.- Office at Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. '

t A FULL:LINE OF L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co. t

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,Ornamental Plants, &c., at prices to suit the times. Write for quotations on anything OF PAWTUCKET, R. I.

., you want. No Others Give Equal Results. 4 i

"f..orenzo'A.-Wllson. W. G. Toomer.
0. B. WEEKS, State Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
WILSON & TOOMER No. 8 Bostwick Block, Corner Bay and Main Streets -j
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OF BLOOD AND BONE. appointed to sail from Pier 30, North River, every Saturday. From Jacksonville every Snu- ;
day,to suit the tide. ,
Rates on oranges,30C per box;i hoc per barrel. New York pier is heated by steam and is located -
in the center of the fruit trade. i
Rates from New York to Jacksonville are 20 per cent.lower than other lines. Insurance 1-5 of
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