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


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BROS. 159 South Water St., Chicago, Successors to G. S. Palmer, 166 Reade Street, New York. .t


GHICA6&- .We respectfully solicit shipments of Fruits and Vegetables.We FltO IDA FRUITS AriD VEGETABLES A SPECIALITY.
are now making a specialty ofOR'.ANGES' We solicit your shipments, and invite correspondence in regard to 'market and
prospects. Also write for stencils. References: Chatham National Bank, New ;.,
York, and Dun and Bradstreet Commercial Agencies.

and invite correspondence on Markets and Prospects.

We want reliable agents at all principal shipping, points.

References, by permission-National Shoe and Leather Bank, New York IF YOU are fruit grower or shipper of any kind of truck write for our illus-
thQiVolu iaCounty: Bank, DeLand Fla., and the Commercial Loan and Trust eo. trated descriptive catalogue and prices of the South Side Fruit Carriers- for straw-
berries tomatoes, peaches, grapes and other truck. Will be glad to answer all en- 3(
IN BUYING TREES FOR PRODUCTION AND PROFIT quiries and give you the benefit of a ten years' experience in the trade.

'of the Well-Known SOUTH SIDE M'F'G CO.,
Buy Ten-years'-tested Petersburg, Va.

4. PEARS, all kinds, immense stock. PIGS and MULBERRIES. LAUREL. ,
PEACHES,60 varieties, new and old. POMEGRANATES.
PLUMS, best Japan and native sorts. CAMPHOR TREES. the
.. JAPAN PERSIMMONS,varieties all tested. TEXAS UMBRELLA. Is leading early Potato for the Southern States Extra stock of Seed Potatoesnow
GRAPES,good supply, all leading kinds. GRBVILLEA ROBUSTA. ready. First Laurel $5.00 per bbl.; Rural New Yorker No. 2, $4.75 per bbl;
PECANS, best Paoer-Shell variety. MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA.
WALNUTS, English,Japan and California. CITRUS TRIFOLIATA. Dakota Red, $4.75 per bbl.; Early Puritan, $4.75 per bbl.; Early Sunrise $4.75 per
CHESTNUTS Japan Mammoth, very fine. ROSES, SO varieties. bbl.; Early Rose $4.50 per bbl.; Early Beauty of Hebron, $4.50 per bbl .
We have other kinds-lots of them-write for what you want. i..
, For five years past samples of-fruit have been sent, free of charge, on ap{>lica- H. fit. HASTINGS A CO. \
tron.and.willbethls- : but experience and information as to adaptability to Seedsmen, Interlachen, Fla. .
.: your locality worth much more. We have discarded from our own orchards one Our Catalogues are free on application. d;
variety of which we shipped 400 bushels in 1887 and this is but one of the hun- "
;:.. dreds of varieties tested. We have built our reputation on fine stock-some people )i.
: the finest. An Ex-Governor of Florida writes beauties and ad-
say : "They are so i "
earlyal1 important
_ mirably packed as to shame a novice in the business, and even many who pretendto DO YOU KNOW plantsand rQ||| plantsof ECONOMIC A
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be experts." h.r. the Tropics and warm climates of the | IIU11 world? tt
Prompt and careful attention to correspondence. Prices reasonable. Cataloguefree. at DO YOU KNOW turists*hath scheme was just LIVING/ : l'
Address I in our establishment? Some Florida alreadyfl FACT J
G. I,. A.BER I the times know this,and are quietly taking advantage of the opportunity j jUtl
of getting rare plants of us. We can supply Aloe Bamboo, Camphor,Cinnamon
.. Glen St. Mary, Fla. l ''J Coffee. Dalbergia, Excoecaris,Ficus, Gamboge,Hemp(Sisal), Iron- "
'! "pw ,. bark,Jujube, Kola, Logwood, Mahogany. Nutmeg;Olive,Orange,Pepper <
; ESTABLISHED 1892. ,.. Rt-' Quercus, Rice-paper, Strychnine Tea Upas, Vanilla. Wax-myrtle, Zjlo.Send .- _
.Li ,ma, Yucca, Zingiber plants and hundre of others. i
for our large catalogue,which tells all about it.REASONER.
r' BUFFALO FRUIT SUCTION 60 O" BROS., Oneco Fla. ..1

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f 7 Florida and,. California Apr FOR i Ai THE Oranges c'rIOK.SALE OF and Small Fruits, DO YOU GROW ORANGES ? 1 1If

f a.Vooot quare.feet of floor space. Ample cold storage capacity. Car Lots a Specialty, Results
t wired at once.. Sales four days a. week. Our auction sales are attended by fruit dealers do know that
4y from all over Western New York, Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and Canada. The original you you consignment means poor returns and a worse '
; and only Independent Auction Western New York. Convenient to all railroads. Capital future. We advise you to sell on the tree or f. o. b.
, not limited. Quick sales and prompt returns.! Remember, this market Is one of the best.
:.' We ments.have-no. opposition In the Auction business, and realize good prices for all ship Sell and Do Not Consign,

I Office and Auction Rooms 104 & 106 W. Market St. Buffalo, N. Y. If you cannot sell at home ship to us and we will sell for you. .r
We sell DAILY for CASH and make returns the of sale.
RUEJUtNCES-Queen City Bank of Buffalo'N.Y.; Marine Bank of Buffalo, N.Y.;Citizens Bank, on day ;
i :Baltimore Md.;Continental Bank, Baltimore, Md.:;any Commercial Agency. Florida< R.eference- We turn your oranges into money in from three to five days while distant
\ A: M.Ives, Esq. Manager Florida Fruit Exchange. commission men take 3 to 6 weeks.
". Use D. S. cipher! and Scattergood's Code, and California Cipher (revised). Twenty years of consignment has brought prices from $35' a thousand down

: to a point where oranges will scarcely more than pay the cost of picking, packingand -
-- Keep your fruit on the trees until the market is ready and then ship.
Send us no drops or culls. They don't sell. Watch our bulletin in the
Some parts of the country,at least, that THEY MUST HAVE AN EARLY ORANGE, or no Times-Union. Ship bright well colored fruit in small lots or car loads. ,Leave'russets
QrangeatalL. They are-also learning that'BOONE'S EARLY is not only the Earliest,but Best a little longer. Wnte for stencils etc.
ana nearest to a Seedleu Orange of any;DOW grown. Budded Trees-of this and other varieties
now for.&!.br .
:: : i C. A. BOONE, Agent. .
.( ,-l; 4 .l\!t'lU-, ._.',0.1.( .. <,. \."".,.! : : r S.mi-Tropical NnrMriss,Orlan do.ha, BURTON, ,K. BARRS, PREB. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. #
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.. ;& barrels at 15 cents per gallon. ,

/. The Insect Exterminator.In .} :' -J-;":._,...
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:i:: A sure remedy for the Aleyrodes (White Fly) and the Scale, without reference to the hatching period.
,. .&", In barrels at 15 cents per gallon.

: Flowers of 0
hf. : Sulphur ,.

f j '} In barrels at 2 cents per.pound. .. .. ,';'X-. "' _.'

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Correspondence solicited. : ,
Jacksonville. Fla


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Is 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

4 injury.This
insecticide has been used by some of the largest orange growers in the State during the past two years, and haa

liven perfect. satisfaction. References furnished on application.For .

Rust Mite use 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 .f water, as the

i, 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 frem one-

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 en 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.





ti, The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South. F

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I 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.,F.&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 Miners
Transportation 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 Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany, Balnbridgt,Jesnp
Savannah. and Savannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville.,Jacksonville,Callahan -
Daily fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all.Eastern, Interior and and Live Oak. _
Coast points,including New York,Boston,Philadelphia,Baltimore,Washington and Providence.: Four ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company, sailing from New
E, Four connections a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company,leaving Savannah Mon York(New Pier 35,North River,)direct for Savannah Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Satur-
days Wednesdays,Fridays and Saturdays. days.
w Two connections a week for Baltimore,via Merchants' and Miners'. Transportation Company, The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston Thursday at
.-' leaving Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. 3 p.m.for Savannah direct,l11a1dngconnectlonon the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains for
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 xjth and 39th and every ten
Connections for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah days thereafter. ,
October 24th. From Baltimore Merchants Miners'Transportation Co. every Tuesday and Friday,
Sailing days for Steamships- are subject to change without notice. 11"-1dngc1ose" connection with S.,F.&W.Ry.,for all points in Florid.Th .

Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best freight route from all points North, East. and West to Florida. For full.particulars,rates,itenslls and shipping
receipts apply to any agents of the above lines, or to .*":' / .
.. D. OWENS,Traffic Manager, SavannahGa.. F. B. PAPY. Division Freight Ag*atasTaanahQa. ,. W. M DAYIDSOV, G'n'l PasMnjrar .,Jaduonvlll, Bl*
< ... S. KNIGHT,'Contrasting Freight Agent,Jaaluinvlll.,Fla J. H. .TXPHXJri,:CMtMMttaff Affcat, Ji.....wsa.. lf .

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Ventilation Needed in Tran-

One Year ...............................8200 ; sit. exclude water. It is a good idea to : ,:
For Six Month........................ ..... x.oo Strove and OlfC1t: Sl'd. slip a shaving or splinter between the .'.
In Foreign Countries ....................... 3.00 There can be no question that the boards and between .
nailing points to
"Subscriptions in all cases cash in transportation companies owe it to
advance. No discount allowed the Notes on Fertilizers.Editor spread the crack, but not more than '
on one'sown shippers of Florida to provide bet-

subscription(except in a club), but to ter facilities for ventilation, both on Farmer and Fruit Grower: an eighth of an inch. \.....,
all agents a liberal cash commission will There are certain facts concerningthe Wet, seepy hillsides have been '
he allowed on all subscriptions obtained car and steamer, but especially the drained perfectly dry this
three valuable ingredients of plant by tiling Mlt
latter of the
by them. Write for terms. on account enormous

To every new subscriber we will send, bulk of fruit which is often piled up ina food-nitrogen, phosphoric acid and and immense crops of rice raised on .

postpaid, a copy of Whitner's "Garden- single vessel. All looks well and potash-which should be understoodby land that was otherwise worthless. #

ing in ,Florida." For two new sub- all is bright and fair in the steamer's all farmers who expect to succeed In draining hillsides the ditch shouldbe

scribers, at $2.00 each, we will send, hold with fertilizers. dug along the upper edge of wetland i '
or she sails
postpaid Culture.", a.copy of Moore's "Orange from Nitrogen is the most costly elementof as it will cut the water off from
gaily but
away ,
Rates of advertising on application. when she is raging over the waves off plant food, and losses from fertilizers below while having little effect above.I .

Remittances should be made by check, CapeHatteras with the hatches battened are often due to extravagant and first tried this method of tiling

postal note. money order or registered down tight to keep out the salt water injudicious use of nitrogen. Expenses five years ago, and it proved so satis-
letter to order of for factory that I have since in
be reduced put
then the oranges are left to''fry in their may by
FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER. several hundred rods. 1 cleared
practicing green manuring that is up
own to rot in their ; ,
Jacksonville, Fla. grease, own exhalations
and the reek of cotton, by sowing clover, peas or vetches, and thoroughly drained a twenty acre

which have the property of absorbing field through which a running branch ,
and lumber
If you receive a copy of this below.At coming up from nitrogen from the air. Green manure passed. This land was all low and

paper which you did not order, best wet and of it so to be
auction sale held in Philadelphia ing pays on light soils, but is of parts boggy as
consider it an invitation .to sub- no benefit on peaty soils. impassable, but it now produces large

scribe. If you do not want it January 8, for instance, a car- of and rice.
load which arrived Phosphoric acid and potash, though crops grass .

kindly hand it to a neighbor.ftansportatioii.. sold by steamer present in nearly .all soils, are for the This brings out the fact that our
at prices
was ranging
7 SC. low lands might be made to produce
box in most part insoluble, and therefore in
to $1.15 per being "extremely
unavailable profitable by this method of
bad condition." Another carload an condition. Small crops
: of these mineral tiling. L. W. PLANK.
quantities plant foodsare
going up by rail, sold up to $1.55,
DeFuniak Experiment
annually dissolved by water and Station.
thus beating the steamer fruit 4oc. a I.I

A TIMELY APPEAL. box. It is impossible to believe that plant acids, but not enough to supplythe Fruit and Vegetable Growers'

there was any trickery in the conductor roots sufficiently with nourishment. Union.
For this
To AirOarriers of Florida Oranges report of this sale, since the car- reason, phosphoricacid Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:

Who May be Interested. load going by steamer belonged to soil if and full potash must is added to the Will you please publish a few sug-

CITRA Fla. Major George R. Fairbanks, Presi a crop gestions from an old hayseed for the :p
Jan. 12, 1894. be
In shipping oranges to the North dent of the Florida Fruit Exchange.We Nitrogen must applied duringthe benefit of our discouraged fruit and

do not affirm that this particular growing season at the time when vegetable growers. I believe the Or- .
west we are at a :great disadvantage
needed by the plants, and it is well to
steamer is worse than other ange Growers' Union just organized ,
because of our inability to foresee any it .
what kind of weather will be encoun in the Florida orange trade, or that apply as a top dressing. Nitrogenis in your city will be the remedy if the -
to leach out with the soil
apt water.
fruit and
tered. We .gratefully acknowledge steamers in general are any worse vegetable growers will come

our.obligations to' for ventilated than cars. Indeed it is one endless Phosphoric acid and potash are together and act in unison and har-
you best weeks
applied before
fruit cars, but our interests depend toss-up between the two routes, by some plant. mony, for united we stand, dividedwe
should be
the those sea and by rail, to decide which is the ing a crop, plowed un- fall. Now, I suggest that the name
on handling .
very der. There is little of leaching
cars may receive in transit. Thereis worse of the two; and the helpless with these mineral danger fertilizers. be changed to the Fruit and VegetableGrowers'

shipper looks on with earnest ; Union, for some will that :
that directions gaze
danger specific
any Kainit is the form of
proper potash it is
and a painfully diminishing stock of I an orange trust. Thereby mis-
concerning this matter which .
for sandy soils it makes them
I as more
cash in his pocket, to see whether it understanding they will misrepresent.
to be entered
we on
may procure "
for stiff soils, muriate and
compact; But the
will be "heads, I win or "tails, name Fruit and Vegetable
waybills, may operate to our detri ; you sulphate of potash are,best. Growers' Union will
lose. cover whole
ment. Our cars are started with all Potash is especially valuable for
their ventilators and it is impossible Many of the fruit steamers in the ground. Tnere is a great deal to be
open, fruits tobacco and
to beforehand at what Italian trade have blowers or fans in potatoes vegetables ; gained in the right or proper name.
say of all kinds.
' the driven belts from the Then I suggest a board of canvas-
stern by
points it would be best to have them Sandy and lime stone soils nearly
machinery. They create such a sers to thoroughly canvass, who must
closed. If in
they are freezing
open always need soils
potash. Clay
some themselves of the
acquaint and
suction in the hold that the air rushing plan
weather our frosted and
oranges are times contain sufficient potash and I
into the tubes in the forward of full working of the enterprise. There
if closed for consider part '
they are kept
a again they do not this should be as-
; should be in each
" the vessel will draw a man's hat in a canvasser county
able time in mild weather there issure
certained by experiments.
and down, swiftly carrying it who must go to each fruit and vegetable -
to be decay through-lack of ven many .

tilation. There are times when i it feet. If the ships from Italy beating Box Tiling. grower and fully explain to them .. '

westward in the teeth of the gales the great importance of the plans, &c., -
would be best to' have the cars go Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:
which blow off the American conti. and encourage them that it is their
through to their destinations' with The high price of burnt tile excludes
duty to take stock.
open ventilators, and other times when nent, and carrying the tough-skinned it from consideration by the average '
Owing to the times in
all ventilators should be closed south oranges of Sicily, need such blowers, farmer. The following method of box stringent -:

how much are they needed by money matters, I would suggest that. ; .
of the Ohio river. On account of tiling has been satisfactorally testedon ,
fruit and vegetables be allowed and: -
vessels with the t
sudden of it running quartering for the five :
changes temperature, may my place past years- '
taken as stock. I have no doubt that: ?
with the rich
wind and
freighted :
often occur that ventilators should be 1x4 and Ix6 inch boards sixteen feet I
a great many people would take stocki
soft fruit of humid Florida.It
closed the and used. The four inch
at some point on route, long are two in
this way. Now let us make some I"
is impracticable to
afterwards opened.In probably pieces constitute the sides and the two

view of these facts, we respect- leave narrow ventilating alleys between six inch pieces the top and bottom, circulation is in figures; say a tithe,or
one-tenth subscribed
the estimated
the tiers of boxes lengthwise of ; '
fully petition you to issue to agents placed together so as to make the inside -
lines the ship; but a draft can be maintained inches. At end orange crop is put at 4,500,000 boxes, .
along your respective a general space 4x4 one
in kind of weather in a tenth would be 450,000. Say they .
order effect any the and bottom boards madeto /
to the following : "Keep top are '
which the vessel can live at all. And will net 50 cents per box; you see you ::
ventilators of fruit cars freez project eighteen inches beyond the will (
have of
a capital $225,000 from
such draft would be all that the
ing weather and open at all other a four inch side boards, while of courseat '
oranges and accumulations from other.
times, except' when cars are iced." In growers could in reason ask. the other end the side boards would
added the ,
< sources to orange fund will :
preferring this request, we feel that Asthma Sufferers project eighteen inches beyond the give a handsome fund with which a

we are not asking you togovbeyond top and bottom boards. The ends of business .J t" '
be started sufficient
grand can
have in rain tried other .
the duties Who every each board should be sawed
sphere of legitimate square "
your _7:
meant of relief, should try SCHIFFMANN'I to put up a parent plant and
cut'ar such and when laid in the ditch the
simply aiming to assure No pro several branch \
GERMAN ASTHMA CUBE. waiting for plants. If these few ::

care as the principles of the common result, Its action is immediate, direct jecting side boards of one tile can be suggestions are acceptable, I may t a

law make obligatory on common car and certain, as a single trial will prove. shoved in between the upper and lower again let you hear from me. I hope ,:.

'riers. 'Respectfully, :.S.end for a trial package to Dr. R. Schiff- boards of the preceeding tile and and :
other of fruit and
mann, St. Paul, Minn., but ask your many our vege-
nailed .
BISHOP .HOYT & Co. firmly together.In
: druggist_first. table growers will let us hear from them. i-'?' ?

OR NGE LAKE FRUIT.Co. ,, > 4 making the tile the boards shouldnot GKO. T. DAVIS >;11 '"' '

CLIFFORD ORANGE Co. Commence the year by ubteribing. be nailed so tight as to entirely St. L.o ."'fit'.' .L.,.. .,

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Cure of Foot' Rot. listen fail
to see understand what -
Better than
Editor Farmer and Ft alt-Grower:. he In this issue Is Different '
means. and the last, i Ever for from Others.
The foot-rot or mal de goma that has we think Mr. Williams has made clear O-
caused considerable alarm and loss in 1894. It Is Intended to aid the planter In selecting the Seeds
why stable manure may be just the PV best adapted for his needs and conditions and In getting,
the past is found to yield to treatment thing to produce wood and 't from them the best possible results. It Is not therefore,nlghlr-
yet a S colored In either sense; and we have taken neat care that
T '. and the affected trees become apparently poor thing-when used alone-to nothing worthless be put In,or nothing worthy be left out. We
invite trial of our Seeds. We know them because them.
,?: as sound, healthy and prolific as grow the crop,of fruit! The fact is Tl,1 Every planter of Vegetables or Flowers ought to know grow about our
T Jj 7 many growers who are thor- e papers to purchasers of our Seeds. All of these are explained In
.0< which are announced as successful, oughly'posted as regards varieties and the Catalogue a copy of which can be yours for the asking.
t aart+s.a rasa. J. J... H. CRECORY & SON, Mar
':- all require that the dirt be removed culture know but little about the lehead."' **

from the collar of the trees, exposing science of feeding plants successfully.This 300 Acres in Nursery. Thirty-Fifth:Year.

the roots for two or more feet in all is but a repetition of the pro- SP i CI.ALTIES: -

directions, and then after the dirt is gress in the science of feeding ani- Specially adapted to Florida and
C sub-troplcal1Ountrles.
t F R U I T T R E E
washed from the roots and the diseased mals. Breeding and careful hand- Peach, Oriental Plums and Pears Japan Persimmons,
I Strawberries, Guavas,Giant Loquat,etc., etc. Rare Conifers and Broad-leaved Evergreens,Camel
parts'cut away with knife and saw the ling did much, but not until the .. lias,Azaleas,50,000 Palms, 20,000 Camphor Trees, Hedge Plants, Open Ground Grown Roses. The,
remedy is applied. From my own chemist showed how Green House Department is complete in plants of every class suited to Southern Horticulture. Catalogues .
foods may free. Address
p. J. BERCKMANS., FruiUandNurseries,Augusta, Ga.
experience, covering seven years since combined into rations that will prevent No Agents.

;, I. first discovered the disease in my waste can'true economy be saidto CIRCULARS OF
I: pine'land groves and also from what have fairly started. Any one witha

I. can learn from the experiments of pocketbook could learn, in a few SUNSET HILL NURSERIES
l others I am convinced that the virtue
that there in -
years, was no profit v
lies simply in the exposure of the roots, dairying .jvheu, feeding an exclusive Contain a list and description of the Choicest and Most Profitable varieties of the Citrus
'them and then them Family, which we have selected from over one hundred different varieties grown,and tested 11.u1
washing leaving diet of corn meal and timothy hay. in our extensive experience of seventeen years-.- We carry one of -
so exposed year after year or filling in Why this was so few knew-
The Largest Stocks of Citrus ,Trees in the United States.
about them with sand '
coarse or some
until the chemist showed that, in.or,
porous earth that cannot become : der to obtain the needed protein, so- send\for circulars. Address R. 'JIll. PIE RCer
Sunset: Hill,Lake Co.,Fla,
soggy. Even the cutting away of the I much of these foods must be given

dead wood and diseased roots seems that the surplus fat in them was wast- FREE RIDE TO SEE .. .

r to be impracticable as well as useless. ed. Then they found that,by addingmore
," I had over sixty trees seriously affect- clover hay and bran, they had a ,

ed. All but five, that died years ago, cheaper and better ration. Now, to a ROSES, ETC. THE LARGEST STOCK EVER GROWN IN FLORIDA.Will .
, af e now free from the disease and I certain extent, fruit must take R. R.fare from bill of trees to all who will come to Nursery and purchase to amount
growers ot double R. R. fare. I can afford to make this offer, as one pleased customer means his future
f have seen none of it except upon one study out similar problems about ma- trade,also the trade of his neighbors. Club together and send one man from your neighborhood
of my trees that was not so well treat and fertilizers. In this before buying this fall.
day, to I am now preparing to plant for myself what will be the largest orchard in the county. Price,
ed for the past ten years. Some of ,use stable manure on vineyards and of stock as low as the lowest for first-class stock. Catalogue free. -

the trees had several returns of it, five orchards is like using corn meal and Pomona Wholesale Nurseries.

r, died outright, and others had but few timothy for :cows. The manure is W. D. IFFIflG, tfoptfietotf.,

roots left, but all are now doing well not well balanced, and should have Hfacclnny, Baker Co., FIG
that were treated. A loquat tree was both potash and phosphoric acid add- .

so badly affected that I did not consider ed to make an economical fertilizer. JOHN CLARK, SON & C.O.. ,

t it worth bothering with, and Again, what form of potash will best

f thought it would be of ,no value if take the place of wood ashes? These GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS

t saved, as it had not roots enough left questions are the coming ones for ,

, to hold it up but would lie over in fruit growers. We shall try to an- -DEALERS IN-

which ever direction the wind left it. swer some of them in the articles now Coal..Hay Grain Wines Liquors Cigars Tobacco Etc.JACK6101 .
k I treated it like the rest, as'an experiment being printed.-Rural New Yorker. ,

Ir only. It is now a :valuable tree, ; TVILLl- v FLA.

growing vigorously, is firm in the Some Oranges from Japan. PRICE LIST OF WHISKEY.

*, ground, though far from the Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: Parker..................................81 75 Martin Rye...................... ,....3 00
perpen Orange Valley.......................... 2 00 Virginia Glades .............. .....;... 4. 00
f dicular, and has shown no signs ot active I send you herewith by mail a Spring Valley...... ..................... 2 50 Old Bourbon ............................ 5 00
disease the North Carolina Corn.................. 2 50 Kentucky Sour: Marsh .... ............ 5 00
during past two years. small box of Oonshiu or Satsuma Clifton Club ..... ............... Old Baker ................... ......... 5 00.
Two-thirds of my trees I treated with oranges. Before peeling and eating Montrose Velvet................. 86 00 '
I sulphurous acid and water, half and !,them please cut them horizontally. Jugs Extra: One gallon, 250.; two gallon,soc.; three gallon,750. Remit by post office money
I order,check or registered letter. We cannot ship C.O. D. to dry towns. #
|, -.. half, applied with a brush to the roots, This is for the reason that they are A complete price list of Groceries,and Wine List, sent free on applicaUon.JQHN .

|, then sprinkled flour of sulphur all from Japan and will be soft, I sup- CLARK, SON & CO. .'

I about the trees. I saw no difference pose, and by cutting with a long

I between those thus treated and the sharp knife you can better judge how '

I f' others from which I simply removed they look. These oranges grow to Standard Guano & Chemical M'f'g gCu

|t i tKedirt from about the collar. I write nearly four inches in diameter in California ,

* ',: thus at length upon this subject as I but the samples I send are No. 14 Union St., New Orleans, La. ;

I .. know that many growers who are still small. -f MANUFACTURERS OF fc-
|it : suffering from the disease are payingout H. E. AMOORE.San High, Grade Animal Bone Fertilizers,
large sums to have their trees Francisco, Cal. MADE FROM PURE

r treated, or are losing some of their I The fruit came through in perfect Haw and Dissolved Animal Bone. rGU7gR7

.,t best ones through ignorance of a rem condition; the peel was dry and NTEED. '

edy. W., S. HART. leathery, but had apparently preservedthe OSCAR H. NOLAN, State Agent.Jacksonville ..
Hawks Park. contents all the better for being
,C' ; Fla.BUDDED .
! in that condition. There was no perceptible ,
Fertilizers and Fruit.It staleness in the flavor, in

seems to us that too.little prominence which respect they differed from some ROSES!
has been given by fruit growersto Florida Satsumas tested by us last .

: the matter of feeding their trees fall, which had not been cut nearly as GROWN IN AND ADAPTED.- TO FLORIDA.Send .
r and vines in the most scientific
these had.
i way. long as The rag or pulp for and to
catalogue price-list '
: When fruit meet in
growers convention melted nearly all away in the mouth; '
f i or in private, most of their talkis apparently 90 or 95 per cent. of the I3aattingat: tic Wy1ie,

given: to discussions of varieties omethods r interior was juice, which was highly I1ter1a.ohen.:" P1'ft., ,

of pruning or cultivating. satisfactory, sweet and luscious. ,
Manures and fertilizers are discussed 1 .. lGEORGE QU SERIES.

i in a general way, but not in anything The Commercial gives the names of r .
Write to: W. W. Hawkins &, Sons for their of lemon
new catalogue orange,
detail in which -
likethe other matters twenty-six solicitors and the houses and grapefruit trees., .
r & are,handled. For example, when Mr. they represent, who are spending the Our Specialties are: 'Ruby Orange,,Triumph .Grapefruit and Sanford'a
i .; J. H. Hale makes the statement at winter in Leesburg seeking orange Thornless Sicily Lemon, the latter declared by ,experts in California to be the
'. these,meetings that he would arrest a consignments. They represent many finest}lemon yet.brought' to the notice '
min,who.,hauled stable manure into cities, from Denver and Memphis to quantity and quality of' ,acid than any other variety.

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meal t'is often dropped in after plant. Russell, Orlando, and H. >S. Kedney, riantly beside a running stream,-'on:its

The Pinery, ing to forestall the sand.VARIETIES.. Winter Park. The varieties I have bank; that is to say, where its deeper

described are a natural selection froma roots will reach 'quite down to the

Edited by JOHN B.,BEACH,Melbourne, Of all the choice varieties which dozen or more sorts which have i water, and yet the slope of the bank

Fla.Pineapple. have been introduced to furnish a been tried and of .which many have afford good drainage. Mr. Haynes,

A Primer. more delicate and handsomer fruit been abandoned fOr various reasons of Orlando, once pointed out to the

than the Red the Egyptian as not suited to field culture. And writer the lowest corner of his vine-
the benefit of settlers and
new Queen or Cleopatra has taken and those are all that are now grown in yard, and stated that there his vines "

persons Florida contemplating the is immigration offered to still holds the first place. It is quite open field culture to any extent on did best So far in our experience rot
following : ,
this has not proved to be the dreaded:ene-
All of lands available hardy, very vigorous and prolific,
sorts are as
while the fruit is early and the fall my in Florida that it was in the States
shell other calcareous
long as no or coast.file
north of us. Mr. Stringfellow, of
Fruit from threeto
is but crop heavy. weighs Vineyard
matter: present, good, heavy
Texas, who is also a noted authorityon
hickory scrub and hammock with four pounds, with a clear lemon or

golden yellow color, and very pretty grape growing, agrees with this
plenty of leaf mould, give far the best
view as to the character of the soil to
It is the most Planting the Vines.
results. We find that the pine will green crown. fragrant .
and beautiful of all fruit of excellent be chosen for a vineyard. 3;
utilize much our Editor!: Farmer and Fruit Grower:
more highly
fertilizer to advantage than any.other flavor, very delicate. When exposed I would like to'ask you a few ques- You had better set your cuttings ina

to drought and sun the foliage tions columns in nursery for a year, as this will econ-
fruit crop, and each year the size and through your re- in cultivation.
quality of our, fruit is being im ,assumes pink and salmon hues. gard to grape growing. I have the space and

proved through more crop liberal fertilization While Red Spanish plants sell for $8 chance of getting all the cuttings I However, if you are going to plant

-Fish scrap, cotton seed meal, I to $15 per 1,000, Queens bring $100to want when the vines are pruned. only a small vineyard and economy in

blood and bone and dried blood are $250. The Queen usually brings Now, I want to'1 know how to man- labor is no particular object with you,

double what the other fruit does in be you might set them out where theyare
found most effective, and as high as age them: Can the cuttings planted -
the market. to grow; then by giving extra cultivation :
be same .where the vines 'are to stand or
two tons per acre annually can
used lbs. The Sugar Loaf, which we have in would it be best to plant them in and fertilizing you can push
to advantage though
1,000 ,
them along so that each vine will yield
is about the average amount appliedby the green variety and we find it rathera nursery for a year, until they are well

growers in general. In quality and poor grower on our light soil and rooted before they are planted in the you two or three pounds of fruit the _

flavor our fruit raised on sandy soil inclined to produce small fruit and vineyard? How long should the cut, second spring. ...

surpasses that of the Bahamas and rather late. It is a poor shipper ting be? How deep should they be PLANTING.

though a choice apple these disadvantages in the ? How far
Keys, and being picked ripe it has ; put ground apart When land is ready run your
have thrown it out of public should stand in form? your
still a farther advantage over the fruit they nursery rows six feet from north to
I favor. Fruit two to three pounds, How should the land be prepared for
picked green. south, if possible, so as to permit the
color pale yellow, crown blue green, the vineyard?
in circulate
SETTING. breeze summer to throughyour
glaucous. Plants invariably blue Would it do to plant a nursery
and also that the
Plants are set 18x24 inches apart, green, with sometimes a yellowish among young orange trees that are vineyard sun

according to quality of soil. In strong tinge in dry weather and bad land. thirty feet apart, or would new land may not shine on your, grapes in the
of the Plant Nor-
soil a greater distance can be allowed The Porto Rico has been introducedvia free ot grass be best? Would high part day.

because of the increased size of the New York, slips having been sent pine and turkey oak land of a light ton, Concord, Herbemont and other
plant. If given too much space, down by commission dealers who gray soil, and about ten feet to the strong growing eight ;

though the fruit may be larger, the : purchased them upon apples sent from clay, be suitable for grape growing? apart in the rows; Niagara six. Dig
i holes about two feet and eighteen -
suckers which are to produce the second Porto Rico. The apples producedby The cuttings are White Niagara.I square .
inches deep. Put on one side
crop will bend over and often these plants were very good, but want to plant four acres in vine- I
the surface soil and the other the
break off from the old stalk with the the slips and suckers were very scarce yard. I have no experience whatever on
I lower soil. Set a stake long enoughto
weight of the fruit; hence they must and the percentage or fruit not over I in the grape-growing business, and
reach four feet above ground with
have mutual support. Slips are plantedas 15 per cent. Plants from these home hope the readers of THE FARMERAND
the lower end charred to the
they mature from June to September grown slips did better and now we have FRUIT GROWER, who have the prevent
attacks of wood lice in the middle of
and the second summer from fiftyto the third generation yielding 30 to experience, will give me the desired ,
the hole. If intend to use a wire
ninety per cent. will bear fruit; the 60 per cent. crops and an abundanceof information. you
-trellis will need stakes.
third year from sixty to 100 per cent. slips. Much of this may be due to T. J. COWART. you not
soil in
mound of surface
Three-fourths of the fruit ripens from the increased fertilization practiced of I Bartow, Fla. a

June 1st to August 1st; a late crop. late years. Fruit varies from 8 to 12 You doubtless understand the ne. the bottom of the hole. If you are

comes on in November and during : pounds, is of good quality and flavorin cessity ot getting your land perfectlyclear setting rooted vines, and these have
been trimmed cut off the roots to
the intervening time, from May 15th spite of size. not even leaving a stump to not ,

,to February, scattering apples are to The White Antigua requires shade. breed wood lice, or a girdled tree to six inches and the top to three buds.
Remove all within four
be found. We plant it in well grubbed scrub- tall over sooner or later and break roots
the lower bud. Spread the lower
CULTURE land having small bays and oaks for down a trellis. Prof. Dubois, the

shade here and there. It is green highest authority in the State, advises node of roots over the little mound,
consists in running over, the ground throw over them two or three inchesof
with broad leaves and assumes a that in hammock lands and compact
with'a scuffle hoe four pe-
or every soil and it down.
weeks wheel hoes sometimes culiar copper-colored tinge in hot dry soils, or when the clay is less than good gently press
to eight ; the roots of the second nodeor
weather. The apple is cylindrical in eighteen or twenty inches from the Spread
used while are
being plants young. and above a.nd'so
cover as ,
In preparing the ground great pains shape and smooth, with a very handsome surface, the ground should be broken on.joint Scatter fertilizer all over the

are taken to turn under all the !eaf crown beautifully tinged with clear down to that with a good two- hole not touching the roots-four
A vigorous horse plow and a subsoiler. It is important :
trash before copper-color. very grower
mould;and light burningthe ounces in good hammock land, sixjn
brush and timber and and free bearer. Flavor sprightlyand to have the land deeply brokenin
many pine land. Cover with two or three
sub-acid 'quality excellent. order that the roots may have a
are broadcasting from 2,000to ; down.
growers inches of earth and ,
Black Antigua and Black Jamaicaare deep bed of moist soil to root in dur- press
Ibs bone meal be
3,000, per acre When this is all done the fertilizerwill
fore plowing. The field is "checked"off poor growers; the plants are ing a drouth. be two or three inches below the
fruit comparatively small. Color For the same reason you would do
with home made "markers",drawn large, surface and the hole will lack about

by a mule, consisting ot a beam witha of plant dark-green, tinging maroon well to make your cuttings eighteen eight inches of being filled. This
and in weather. Fruit is inches or two feet long. Set them
and purple dry
shaft in the' center :sharpened will give the sun next,spring a chanceto
dark till ripe. Flesh lemon down perpendicular, leaving only the
sticks nailed at the requisite intervalsto very warm the ground and start the
where the yellow, flavor unequalled for spici- two top buds above the surface. The up
scratch the ground rows vine then the hole may be filled to
Not vine is largely a surface feeder, ;
and as
sprightliness. yet grape
walks ness
are to come. One man along the In sandy soils plant
top. very :
with a basket of slips which have prolific and vigorous enough for practical insomuch that Messrs. Haynes, Young two feet deep. Vines planted deep /

been "peeled" or stripped of their field ,culture! There are thirtyor & Bailey state that they can use no implement are less liable to disease. .'.,::
than the
more other varieties under experiment that goes deeper
leaves and their butts trimmed, :
long which have.neither become Acme harrow. But still it needs also We hope our experienced growers. -
,each check and = a
and drops :one at a will add to'the above. -. .
second: man with a dibble follows him naturalized nor received the test of deep'-running roots asa resource in a vl

and sets the plants as deep as possibleto field culture, some of, which, however, protracted drouth.,! .
the Smooth Neither do want ,to, search for 5
,.root-hold without promise well, notably you .

the give sand:them'washing good in and filling up'the Cayenne, Ripley. ,Abbakka. and! En-. the driest and highest land you have: For: Malaria, Liver Trou- ,-i

bud which often :tolls it' and 'always ville City., For: description of,these: for( _your vineyard, as you, would in bleorlndigestionuse'BROWN'S Z

checksxthe, growth., :.As.>an'insurance. and other_ varieties: f; : ,as .grown- under: Virginia: New, York.: Bear in: mind IRON' BITTERS :

against the danger Jittie'cottoned protection: would, refer you ,to A. J, : that the native vine. "groWS'host! luxu. : -.. .... .7 -,...;;/7 ., ..

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Manufacturers of v

rl t 1. .Y> Sulphate'! Potash _----= to IlNI tLL F RDA: All Kinds of BRANDS ,


,f ... : :jj =:Hjsu;V1 Trees, Strawberries, i
x 90-95 per cent. $46.00 per ton. j:114

= Pineapples.. j

: Write for a 4
t 48-55 per cent. Sulphate Potash, ,

'., per ton,free on board can Pamphlet GiuinqPU11 .

'. '.. Jacksonville, Fla.. _

,. : ;* !__ Particularsi!i
; Also large buyers of = =_:_ -TO- .,
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: .. F ERA Tl\tf 1 eIElI I Look for the Pea and Grain Wee-11 I to make a living from the Florida t than others, while the majority are

., ............- ....-..... vils. sand: adapted to the temperature spoken of.

f i,: Strawberry Pointers. During the winter in warm ware- Let Mr. Arthur Brown put it to test The culture of crops under these conditions -

; JCditor Farmer and Fruit Grower: houses and in early spring in barns for himself, and he will find out that will be a peculiar and interest-
I know you to be a successful ing feature, if by it (as I know) we can
.. and open granaries thousands of dollars l- the frequent failures of crops in Florida 1
i strawberry grower, and I would like have a perpetual garden, especially in s
t worth of damage is yearly done have not been on account of the
t to get some information on that sub Central Florida. It certainly will be
by seed weevils which bore into the unproductiveness of the soil, as, per-
f ject. I am used to growing them in seeds and he thinks pleasantly interesting to those reapingthe
eat out the interior. Cow haps, or as many in Floridado
I the North, but not here, so any hints benefits of a garden full of fresh
peas and Soy beans are especially at- think. These failures are due to
r you can give me will be greatly appreci- tacked. No time should be lost in want of the proper conditions; these choice vegetables, berries, etc., at all

ated.First destroying these pests, which is very conditions embrace temperature and times of the year; and a reverse action
l I want to know what stage of in importation and exportation will re
easily and cheaply accomplished by moisture. The soil must be kept
ripeness they ought to be picked when the use of carbon: bi-sulphide. Place within the limits of a temperature sult. As it is now, the people of Florida -

shipped north, much colored or not? the seeds or grain in a tight bin, box, ranging between forty and ninety de- I send their money out of the coun,
r / Do you leave on much stem or clip try for commodities that will then be
barrel or hogshead, or if the room can grees. This cannot be done without I
it? Where is the best and
handiest produced at home, besides a surplusfor
be closed nearly air tight pile it in a protection against excessive heat by a
t i place to get boxes or baskets for conical heap on the floor. For each partial obstruction of the summer sun, shipment, which will bring money
them? I do not know where to send. into the L. HARTER.Lake .
100 pounds of seed allow one ounce i and without this a proper condition of
Have you any preference in commis- of carbon moisture and Weir, Fla. .
sion merchants in bi-sulphide. Pour this intoa temperature congenial to i
York and Baltimore Philadelphia? New cup and sink the cup to the rim in plant life cannot be maintained, even Keeping Hams.
< the heap. Now cover the heap withan with irrigation, as the natural condi-
p I will have berries soon; I pickedmy My mode of curing hams is to make
old carpet or thick cloth of any tions of the soil without obstructing in
first the a good brine, strong enough to float
ripe one Saturday 6th. i a
kind in the intense heat of the
to keep the fumes. If the part sun gene- '
Have about 24,000 plants, blooming potato; boil and skim it of impurities, ,
room is not large and can be rates too high a temperature in the
nicely. Does frost usually hurt them ? and when cold stir in one pint of
made quite tight no covering of the soil either for production or irrigation.
It did not hurt mine this winter thatI black molasses for every 100 poundsof
can see. heap will be necessary, but onequarter Therefore proper irrigation in connec- meat and one-half ounce'of salt-
to one-half more carbon sulphide tion with proper protection are posi-
JOHN W. SHEPARD. petre to same amount. Have brine 1
must be used. the cloth tively required in maintaining
Haines City, Fla. Keep on or a proper enough to entirely cover the meat. ,
For northern shipment, without ice, the room closed for twenty-four hours, temperature and moisture congenial to Hams and shoulders should stay in the 1

pick the patch over every day, and then expose freely to the air and all plant life. pickle from four to six weeks. Then

t F let no berry go into the boxes which traces of the carbon bi-sulphide will This is the cause of so much barren hang up in' smokehouse and drain.

r:, is over two-thirds or three-fourths quickly disappear. The edible qualityof and unproductive land in tropical cli- When drained, smoke well with hick- j

colored. All that are fully ripe had I the grain or its ability to sprout will mates, and yet the lands are not at ory wood, corn-cobs and green cedar I

..4' better be rejected, even if perfectly I be in no wise injured by the treat fault. Florida soil is as rich as Min brush (no pine). After smoking rub

1 sound. For refrigerator shipment ment. Carbon bi-sulphide readily ex- nesota's, and far superior to many them well all over with molasses made

they may be allowed to become fully plodes in presence of fire and no fire other States, and in time it will proveits thick with black pepper, ,sew them up

4 colored, that is, scarlet, but not the or light must be brought into the productive powers. When once in cotton bags, or pack them down in I

.! dark crimson which denotes complete room as long as the peculiar odorof these conditions have been established dry oat chaff. A ham is not in its J

f' ti ripeness. Of course, a good deal depends the carbon bi-sulphide can be and thoroughly tested and its richness best condition until a year old. Similar -

.;,t on the season. In February smelled. proven, land will not be offered for treatment will do for other parts,
: or March it is safe to allow the ber Carbon sulphide costs in six- sale, as it is now, for $5 to $10 per but thin pieces need not remain in

ries to color up more than would be pound bottles about 20 cents per acre, but the land buyer will have to brine so long.F. .
: ;:; advisable pound and be bought of most t
when the weather becomes may pay $1,000 per acre. W.Massey, N. C. Exp.Station.
warmer in April. druggists.-Gerald McCarthy, N. C. The cost per acre of establishing .. ..-

The length of stem most acceptable Experiment Station. such conditions for perpetual produc Judge J. S. McDonell, of Archer, is

f, .1 to the trade is about .rz inches-just t J tion from the soil will depend largelyon a most successful farmer, .he having

T' : long enough to prevent it from being A Perpetual Garden. what kind of material is used and gathered 4,000 bushels of potatoes this

...';: stiff and pricking the berries next to Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: the wages paid in its construction, and season, and 750 bushels of corn, twen-

i ; ; it, and not so long as to excite a suspicion In reply to Mr. Arthur Brown's ar the convenience of such material. But ty-two bushels of which were raised on

'+ K; that the 'shipper is trying tot tide entitled Bread and Meat ScienceNeeded it will not be less than $100 per acre, five.rows,thirty-two feet long.

t sell stems instead of fruit. which you published in THE and not necessarily more than $300. This item has been going the roundsof

', A very good firm dealing in crates, FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER of Sep This refers principally to the productsof the State press until forbearance

f baskets, etc., is the Southside Manu tember 30, 1893, which though late the garden and the culture of small I ceases to be a virtue. Five rows four

,: :,,', facturing Company, of Petersburg, as it is, came to my notice by mere fruits and berries, ,embracing many- feet apart would occupy 640 square
( jVirginia; whose advertisement we accident, I will reply in the following different varieties and adapted' to all 1 feet, and at this rate Judge J. S. Mc

"' take'pleasure in !recommending: to the letter, which may, perhaps, be a corn- seasons of the year, some of which will I Donell would have raised 1,596 bush.

: v ,- perusal of our readers. plete solution to his problem of how bear greater degree .of 'heat' of cold etc of corn on,an"acre {,.;* '. *' < ,

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spread out, trying to hover her broo and the use of a variety of food, as may be observed flying or running
Poultry. She has been kept in an enclosed ruDwith well as judicious management, are all around the hive, watching an oppor-

......... a number of common fowls, butI to be considered, but we believe thatif tunity to enter, but the sentinels are
Edited by B.W.AMSDEN Ormond.Fla. [ have now given her roaming com" experiments be made in feedingmeat not sleeping, but moving their antennae -
....-- mission and she wanders all the when it will the
- over eggs are high givea to right and left alternately,
Pure Bred Poultry. garden, singing and croaking as hap profit. It- maybe stated that the and woe to the unfortunate moth
The great drawback to stocking py and lively as any twoyearold.She scraps or refuse portions of meat, that comes within their reach. .The
with pure bred fowls is the first cost. has brought up innumerable which can be procured at a lower artful moth takes advantage of her being -
This, to many, is great' bugbear; as broods t of both bantams and common sum, will answer, but the meat should able to see better in the,dark, to
to pay three or four times the. price fowl in past seasons. .... be lean and not fat, as it is the nitro avoid the sentinels. If she is foiledin
for eggs and fowls that they have I have sent this little account think genous food that is being sought in her attempt to enter the hive, she :
been accustomed to receive for their ing it may be interesting to some of meat. will lay her eggs in some cracks on ':
common stock seems extravagant,' your readers, and as I should also It may also be mentioned that the outside, and the little wormlike
and the decision is: "I wont" pay such like to' hear from some of your con- much of the ground meat and animal caterpillars hatched therefrom creep .t,
a price for any chicken; and so the tributors how long fowls generally live, meal sold for poultry is excellent on into the hive through the cracks, or _
old stocks remain, and what might and keep in good health and laying account of containing bone as well as gnaw a passage for themselves.. I
prove a great source of profit is lost 'condition, asmany 0'' my neighbors meat, and such foods may, be used to have been surprised in seeing how
through this spirit of' false economy.In express some surprise when told of cheapen the meat from the butcher, large a cavity they can gnaw out of
contrast to this the progressiveman this fact, and on witnessing the lively by alternating with it, allowing one wood in which to spin their cocoons.
buys either a breeding-pen of movements..of this ancient pecimen I kind one day: and another the next. Many persons have a mistaken idea
fowls, or a few settings of pure-bred of the fowl tribe. I may mention with reference to moths destroyingtheir
eggs as a nucleus, and,.soon as he has that the fellow birds, of which my lit- bees. In most instances the
established a good sized flock, kills off tle girl had six altogether, have been 'Apiary! moths move ,in and take possessionafter
his common stock and from this on .
dead many years.-J. Oxley in Fanciers' --- the bees are gone. Bees are
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he can count an increase in his profits. Gazette. producers; moths are destroyers. ,
The increase in value of his fowls -4 .Bee Moths. If those who cultivate black bees
leads to giving them more attention, Carbon Bisulphide for Hen Lice. Longstroth, in his great work "On will introduce Italian queens there i
which is also one of the secrets of A new use for the bisulphide of Hive and Honey Bee," gives some will be no more complaints' about the .
successful poultry breeding. This carbon has been pointed out by Dr. interesting experiments with these depredations of moths in colonies ; of
begets a desire for a better knowledgeof I Schneider in the Journal de Agri-- pests. Mr. Tidd, while experimenting they will then be confined to unpro- ;
what a perfect fowl should be, on culture, of Paris, of recent date. Dr. to ascertain the sexes, found thata tected combs. I have no Italian
learning which he is prepared to cull Schneider recommends tying a few female moth when she was pinnedfast queens or bees for sale and am therefore -
and select on his best for future breed- small bottles of bisulphide of carbonto would thrust out her ovipositor, not financially interested in their
ing, and his success is assured. the perches in the henhouse, the which works with a telescopic motion, introduction, but this I do know, .J
When once started in pure bred bottles being unstoppered and the. and begin to feel for some crevice in that a small cluster not larger than a ''
fowls there is no increased cost, and a liquid allowed to evaporate. The which to deposit her eggs. Some teacup will keep all the moths from _1
stock is on the farm which,is better hens roost over the bottles, and the cracks being made with a small pen the combs in a Langstroth hive. I
for egg production, better table vapor of the bisulphide kills the lice. knife in the wood to which she was have had a small nucleus of three ;,
fowls, better market fowls and The recommendation is founded upon fastened, she at once proceeded to fill combs confined to the side of a hive i iby
have a charm of beauty of form careful experiment, as the following them with eggs. Her abdomen was a division board and the remain- '
and plumage not possessed by the extract will show: then cut off and the egg-laying pro- der of the hive filled up with empty .:
ordinary barnyard fowl. Added to The very next day after using it I cess continued as before, while the combs, and they would protect them ..
this, the price that many specimenswill was agreeably surprised to find that rest of the body leisurely walked during the season.-Prairie Farmer.
bring as breeders, and the extra the enemy had left, leaving none but away. The abdomen was now dis: .
price that can be obtained for eggs for dead and dying behind, and on the sected so as to show the ducts of the .,
hatching in the spring as soon as it following day not a single living insectwas ovaries, and, even in this mutilated POPULAR POULTRY FARM.
becomes known that what they haveto to be found, while my birds were condition, she thrust out her ovipositor 0 .
sell can be relied on as pure and of sitting quietly on the roosts, enjoyingan all the while carefully seeking for P EGGS FROM THOROUGHBRED "
the best, and they have a factor for unwontedly peaceful repose. This appropriate crevices in which to deposit ;
an increase of income that their care- lasted for twelve days till the sulphide her eggs.. U Indian Games. ::1:1L
less and unthinking brothers do not evaporated. Twenty-four hours latera This experiment shows that it is the 1
dream of. fresh invasion of lice had put in an instinct of the female moth to deposither A Black Minorcas, :
But it is not best to encumber the appearance under the wings of the eggs in cracks or crevices where a ;
farm with many. breeds of pure bred birds in the warmest portions of the bee cannot destroy them. Therefore R S. C. W. Leghorns,
fowls. It rarely happens that two house, where there were no currentsof hives should be constructed without P
Black Lan shans.
breeds of chickens or turkeys can be air. I replenished the supply of them as far as practicable. Long- R g S
kept on a farm without getting mixed. sulphide, and the next morning only a stroth's reason for nailing on the bot- I My Yards Contain Price Birds Bought 1
Then all the advantage is lost, and few of these were remaining. The tom of his hives, was to prevent from Leading Breeder. '
cannot be regained without beginningwith next morning every trace of vermin moths from gaining admittance. If C
new foundation stock. It will had disappeared. Since that time 1 I the floor were loose from the hive, E S. S. DE LANOY, ,. ,
always pay to get one pure breed and have personally made a great numberof the moth would deposit her eggs S Apopka, Fla.
.keep it up to its best, but one is all- further trials with the sulphide, around the bottom of the hive, and
sufficient.-Omaha Cultivator. with immediate and.absolute success.I when they hatched, the tiny grubs
should recommend the sulphide of would work their way inside. In i
Longevity of Fowls.I carbon to be put in small medicine cleaning hives to day, we noticed par- BEST POULTRY
have in my possession, hearty and vials hung about the pigeon house or ticularly how perfectly all the joints '! !
well, ,and as sprightly as any pullet, a poultry roost. When it has about were glued over with propolis. It Sent on Trial Money with .
common little bantam hen, of what I three parts evaporated the remainderwill would be impossible for a moth to Six Months for Jg 5l\lake Hens.ONLY I'
call the partridge kind, being like that have acquired a yellowish tinge, find a crack to deposit her eggs in inmost NT S. 4:
in of hives for they are so It Is well worth SLOO. Send stamps. Sample free.
bird markings, and about the same and no longer acts so completely as our DnillTDVfethenameofU. Mmtionthlsad. '
size. She can be proved to be over before, but if it be shaken up afreshit closely built. We have triangular FARM- U 1.1 It 11.S.Jotmson Cu..ItoBton, lass.World'sFairHighistAwards. .

fifteen years of age, and laying at the will suffice to keep the enemy at a blocks made right and left to regulatethe
present time. She has laid her third distance. .. size of the entrance, and use themin '
egg this season to-day, and last season the spring; when the weather is
laid as many as five eggs in one week, It is estimated that one pound of warm we remove them and occasion- our(INCUBATOR and Diplomaon and) '}
and brought up a brood of five chick- lean beef is sufficient for sixteen hens ally find grubs.It BROODER Combined. w
ens of the common fowl kind. I always one day. At sixteen cents per poundit may surprise those who see at' I' Old "hSSfc ;
set her as the season comes .is just one cent a day for each hen. the entrance of a hive such a formid-- ILL'7;, X kr
round, as she is a capital mother, and At thirty-two cents per dozen six eggs able array of bees, to learn that a Reliable' ncubatorandBrooderCo.* potet '
tends her brood and fights for them from toe sixteen hens will pay for the moth can ever run the gauntlet and Ouin; y.ill M
much better than a common fowl,and beef. It is true that "circumstances deposit her eggs within. But watch
continues to look after them till they alter cases," and; the hens may not and see her maneuvers, not, however, INCUBATORS&BROODERSBrooders
become much bigger than herself; in lay at all, etc.,, yet the use of the in the day time, for it is not her time only=S..Best and cheapest tar ,.
fact, it is quite amusing' to see her meat-will give more eggs than withoutits ,for mischief, but about dark she'is on m testimonials raising chicks;send i 40 first tor catalogUS.C. premiums.i tffu. :,
perching at:such time with'' l her wings use, Warm quarters in winters the alert.: On a moonlight< night she .8.SINGER, Box 58,CtrtJIngtoo.O.! :
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Mate ews. Our' Rural flome.Edited NURSERIES OF THE

Milwaukee Florida Orange w CD.

of the wild
Many orange trees St. Thomas Fla.
around Selected strains of Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruit Trees Spedalty.Baddingwood.
Alachua' lake are completely j < rxfXJ f* f*f*f+ff *-f \-ff \-ff u ir"xj''xj u > ij a
(or.tale at all time
covered with black smut Gainesville If the premises were not cleanedup Our stock is large and complete. PROMPT ATTENTION TO CORRESPONDENCE.For .
{ Sun. before the holidays, now is the Catalogue and Price-List, address : ..

Mr. George E. Chester is planting time for the housewife to put on her A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, ;Ma.

2,000 lemon trees at Narrows, and the armor for the fray; thick shoes, old

Manatee Lemon Company are setting gloves; and her sun bonnet, to make IMxo Deer I 1and..Niirser 1es.

700 grape fruit trees. the beginning; not continuing at the Office .,
work however, until worn out and at Oakland Orange -Co.,-Fla..
The Leesburg Commercial describesthe
with the business. In A FULL LINE OF -"
disgusted or-
of E. H. Mote. It
orange der that by the time spring comes in CITRUS AND OTHER FRUIT TREES
employs sixty people, has five of the .
earnest, and the sun shines too
Warner patent steam wrappers, a warmly to be at all comfortable, the Ornamental Plants, &c., at prices to suit the times. Write for quotations jon-.;anything -
steam sorter and four cleaners.At .
orange .
want. -
you < '.._ .
surroundings may present a neat ap _
a convention of the fruit and
take the
pearance, we must by
vegetable growers of Manatee county, forelock. We shall then be readyfor
Trees !
at Palmetto, January 6th, a series of whatever plants, shrubbery, veg- Orange .
resolutions were passed making an
etables, or flowers we wish, though
earnest and manly protest against the the first named, as a general thing,
recent advance in freight rates made ought to be attended to at once. Lemon Trees ,!

by the Plant line on the route to the This is a good time to look over

West via Mobile, and asking the company seed catalogues, to notice when our .

to restore the former rate: much-wished for favorites may be ob-

Six hundred acres in cabbage with tained to best advantage. For the The Old Reliable Buckeye Nurseries.

' 135 crates to the acre means 75,000 kitchen garden, as well as our front _
crates. The raise of thirty cents a yards, I consider it a great idea to
crate means. a loss of $22,500, which : have a few new plants each spring; I have on hand the finest lot of stock I have ever grown of all the'standard va-

is more than the total taxes of Mana- we do not thus grow tired of seeingthe rieties. I have a specially fine-lot of Tardiff and Jaffa in two-year buds, from jive

tee county. Yet this is a fly speck to 'same varieties year after year. A to seven feet high. I recognize the fact that it's hard times, and propose to sell at

all we lose. The transportation com- rare plant or even a common one that' hard time prices. I make a specialty of the King Orange.

panies charge fully a third more than we have never cultivated in our Flor Write for prices.

they need for a profitable business, and ida home calls out new impulses; particularly N:. E. GILLETT, Prop.,

the commission men take more than when we are rewarded for Weirsdale, Fla. .

half the balance.-Braidentown Jour- our care by its first blossoms. It is .
nal.Mrs. like a pleasant visit from a valued They can always be depended on to,"
B. L. Paling, of Escambia friend.I W d' Seeds I produce the finest Vegetables and:
county, has proved herself the champion saved seeds from the lovely yellow 00 S Flowers and successful Farm crops.

tobacco grower of this section. sweet pea that blossoms in Florida '

She.says she can grow 1,200 poundsto from May till frost. In fact, many of Tested=dTrue. Wood's Seed Book
the acre, and that it will all be of mine are now in full bloom without

the best quality. Not satisfied with any attention. To every one who 3 tells you when to plant,how'.to cultf-
raising and curing the tobacco, she is would like a few seeds, I will send vate,and all about the best Seeds, together with much valuable Information about
profitable crops, both for the Garden and Farm. Mailed free. Write for It.
going to manufacture cigars. She has them with the greatest pleasure if he
secured a first-clan cigar maker, and or she will send me a self-addressed ; seed House The Largest In the South T. W.WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, Richmond, Va.-

we may soon expect to see the "Es envelope or one cent for postage.ED. f -
cambia Bay Cigar Factory" in full O. R. H. ,

blast. She will nave nothing made Blood (WITH STANLEY'S
Nerve HANG Corrugated !fusel! -lIb l ge.
but first-class goods.-Milton Clarion. Against Educational Cramming 1 They are Stronger,Handsomer
Avon Park to consists of Tonic Builder and cost-no more than the DId
day, 20-, Professor Brooks, in an admirable YOUR style. For ale by.-Hardware
000 acres, of which about'5,000 acres address before the Teachers' Institute, Dealers I' eneral1y.'b t''If'not inDOOR '

are sold to 600\ owners scattered in said, among other good things, that I your facturers.vicinity Send write for"Biography the Manu; #
every State in the Union. Fully the mind is not a capacity to be ,of a Yankee Hinge;'malledfree.

ninety-five families and houses are filled, but an activity to be developed.The .

scattered over this tract, and nearlysix mind is not like a cistern, to
hundred acres are being cultivated be filled with water, but rather THE STANLEY WORKS, New ritainCt.POWLINQ ; .
Send for
! in oranges, lemons, pineapples, grapes, like a living fountain, from which 4b 4Sescrtptlvepamphlet..
etc. A well equipped hotel of sixty may be caused to flow the springs of GREEN ACADEMY

rooms is continually filled. There are knowledge to bless the world." Dr. WILLIAMS'
Bowling Green,Va,-Opens Sept.7th. Thorough
three stores, postoffice and daily .mail No more truthful educational pre- 50c. MEDICINE CO., equipment,careful training,unequalled health reeerd
delivery, one of the finest equipped cept was ever uttered., But it is one per for box.8'2.30. Schenectady, N.Y. eeMifnl.absolute For freedom oat )ope.from addreM hazing John students Uaif.uniformly M.A.t1..t Vn,-

printing offices in the State, a Union thing to have correct ideas upon the
Congregational church, a school and subject of education and quite anotherto LadlM Gtaaral or local, M AIA.'$75 STRAWBERRIES!
or grata
;4 club house:-Avon Park Idea. get them embodied in actual prac- a WMk.. IxoloilTS unritorj. Tko The L h FRUITED flye'Season* \
Hst+IIDWRssber.Waikei all&he ana
'' The enterprising manager of the tice, as Dr. Brooks himself well dittos for a family la ODe mlasts.Waikos a perfect bloomer, earl:
miss and dries Ut avttheat firm thrifty, of slzet
very yields large crop good
celebrated Dummitt orange grove has knows. Right in the public schoolsof wotdaf tko hand Tom
pub the button the maoklao doe colored and fine flavored berries, and lathe bef
adopted a novel, though efficacious Philadelphia this.admirable preceptis 'iii tho reU Bright polUbod' dUkos, shipper known. For plants address,
method for marketing his fruit. He violated every day, and the minds tkg and cheerful wire No scaldedageriaoMlIodkacdiorclotklai.. Eo T. IIOLL19TEL St.LciIi'li! ,

k places In box a card on which is of thousands of school children are Wo darablowarrsat broken d.Ctmalanrree.w. mom.Ckoap,.
.P.>1I1lTAON JfcCO, dork)_..IS, 001..bus, 0.
i printed a notice to the opener of the treated as if they were nothing but

box that the fruit was carefully picked cisterns into which must be poured a ,, W. STONE &.CO,, r
and packed and should reach its desti- little smattering of everything that can : FENCINGSELVAGE. THOMASVILLE, CA.
condition. He'asks'in be included in the A guide to successful -
nation in good by any possibility 3' WIRE RDP 5B commercial fruit
a the card if this is not the case that it term educated. In the homes the at the South of pear,
Wholesale .
be returned him with the complaint play hours of the children are devotedto W retail nurseries. Head-

noted' thereon, promising to look rtotheTnatter. memorizing lessons from text substitutions for trees.; hence No agents'none

On tHe other hand, if theN books, and even on the way to school cheaper. Send for free catalog

fruit is satisfactory the purchaser is the parrot-like repetition of lessons the .

"' also :asked to note that 1 fact on the, overloaded memory refuses to retain, d BERKSHIRE: Ckwur Poland Ckla ttte.tkred. J
card -ami return 'it This is a very can be heard by anyone with ears to POULTRY.AND RABBIT NETTING PIUS.:: 2 Jersey Canlo. GaeraMjr Tkonvktd8H 'aad.
k excellent way; to 'make'.agood"riame: .hear.It. Railroad, Farm,Garden,Cemetery,Lawn 1 1 BoUtela*p. *... Poultry. Huttafaad
Pncs down..Frelrhtpaid. CWaTp./ree. .P BOVM.Dop. Catatona.-,
fdr.ttoe-'frtiit! = ---Orlando Reporter. is rieedtas to say that from a XcJluJleJiWoVcn'WIn Pence Coy Chicago.. r:W. RY1


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II mind overloaded until it resembles a expediency of writing in defense of teen drops of diluted phosphoric acid BENTON & UPSONIRRIGATING

\ 'water-logged ship, the springs of the practice of lynching, unless in. in each glassful.It .

'knowledge, can not by possibility deed it might be for the benefit of the will be seen that Mr. Kinnear tJACISOfiVII1I1B, 'FJ.kA.= ,
flow like a living fountain to bless the Northern readers. If we had our lays special stress on the liberal use of

world. A mind crammed with facts way, every newspaper reporter, every fruit in the daily diet. All dietary .
..i I :that .can assimilated is not a agent of the Associated Press should authorities concur in the opinion of f

1 trained mind and never can be. be closely muzzled on this subject; or, the high value of all ripe fruits, suchas a

tt I Cramming is the vice of our system at the outside, not allowed to publishmore are so extensively grown in Cali- MACHINERY
of and until there is of one of these occurrences fornia. Whenever the time shall ",
I aradical change in this respect it will than "One More Senegambian Beast come that the masses of American BOTH question whether many -." Let the unspeakable wretch be people discard to a great ext-nt the Horse
Steam and Power.Pipe
of our schools do not injure, rather beaten down as one would a viper, greasy compounds they now call food .
than benefit, their pupils.-Philadelphia fertilizing the ground with his blood, and make more liberal use of fruits in

.Times. and let the avenging nemesis, like a their daily living, the period of lon-
Judge >''Lynch.. < plow, cover him over with one long, gevity will almost certainly be in- Pipe Fitting,
smooth furrow of oblivion. creased.
This is a powerful, if somewhat in- Valve, Hose, Etc. "

artistic, presentation of tne Southern Judge Lynch, by Alfred Allen, M. A., Authorof WRITE FOR ESTIMATES.
'side of the very painful question 'The Heart of Don Vega," etc. Published by Acme Hotel
the Ocala Florida Publishing Company; Ocala, ,
which is sufficiently indicated by the Florida
1893. European Plan.
title itself. It is a mere pamphlet in size No. Ill, W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla Geo. S. Hacker & Son,

) -45 pages all told-but we would by $100 Reward, $100. : Reopened with finely furnished apart- .. MANUFACTURERS OF .

I I no means intimate that its brevity was The reader of this paper will be '[ments, with clean, nice beds, 50c to $1 .. tD
'the reason for its being read throughat pleased to learn that there is at least per day each person Good dining room rO i =
in li
block with'moderate
same prices.R. O
a sitting. Indeed, we can hardly one dreaded disease that science has L. CHADWICK. CO miiii a
'l conceive of any reader reading the been able to cure in all its stages, and = -v ..0g
first page without reading also the that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis DON'T think* because you] Cov

last and all pages intervening. the only positive cure known to the have failed in the past,that ilP'e0 s:

I Judge Charles Lynch, a Quaker- medical fraternity. Catarrh being a you can't grow roses, suc-, c 0
who, for the better phrasing of the constitutional disease, requires a con- cessfully. There will be no a.
failures in )
narrative conveniently forgets all his stitutional treatment. Hall's .Catarrh the future, if -
you get famous D.&C.ROSES. COo
theeing and thouing except in the Cure is taken internally, acting directly m

parting lines-writes a series of letters on the blood and mucous sur- v
from Florida to an old school friendin faces of the system, thereby destroying -
the North, through which runs the the foundation of the disease, and' Our new Guide to Rose Culture/ And Building Material.
gives you explicit directions for
thread of the narrative. The story opens giving the patient strength by buildingup choicest selecting flowers and growing the very) CHARLESTON S. O.FraudsFruit .

with a spirited and stirring descriptionof the constitution and assisting na send it Free,if you ofeverykind.request it, also We]
a fox hunt, which lasts all night.' ture in doing its work. The proprietors C a Floral sample Magazine copy of, our interesting I I
until broad daylight, and at that juncture have so much faith in its curative "Success with Rower" Wrappers.NO .

I runs up chuck-a-block against a powers, that they offer One Hundred The Dingee West & Conard Co.,

]lynchingparty who had assembled to Dollars for any case that it fails to Grove Pa. MORE CHEATING.Consumers .
I .await.the .arrival of a train bringing cure. Send for.list of testimonials.
;the victim ,and his captors. "Thesheriff Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., CONSUMPTIONSURELY of Fruit Wrappers 'may
now know that they get an honest ream
and his deputy came down the Toledo, Ohio.
CURED.To of 480 sheets and not 400 or 320 sheetsto
'street hustling and jerking along Sold by Druggists
Ja- 75c. THE EDITOR-Please inform readers ream as some unscrupulous dealers
'between, them,a black who was your
\ negro that I have a positive remedy for the supply.
;iashy in fright at the sight of the How to Live Two Hundred Years.I above named disease. By its timely use OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"Printed'Vrappersareputupinpaokages
1 Mr. William Kinnear writes to the thousands of hopeless cases have been per
corn-9 1 North American Review regarding manently cured. I shall be glad to send
: house. and thinks two bottles of my remedy free to any of your of 1000 each, and each Wrapper is
"the'poor' girl's longevity, some practicalrules readers who have consumption if they will numbered, in printing, consecutivelyfrom
The .usual farce is enacted of be observed with the resultof
a may send me their express and post office address. 1 to 1000. No one can
;sheriff pretending to do his duty and greatly prolonging life. Respectfully. T. A. Slocum, MO.,
f -yielding to an armed mob who wrench He says that seventy per cent. of No. 183 Pearl Street,New York. HONESTLY BEATour

J the victim from his keeping and hurry the body is water. Calcareous salts prices. Send for samples and prices

l him to the waiting rope under the and earthy matter are held in solu- toTHE

"tree. The inartistic part of the story tion. When these become excessiveand sower The has no JERSEY CITY PRINTING,
,isithe, halting of it for the delivery of resist expulsion the system be- second chance. I C
two for and blocked the stiffness and dry- you would at first succeed JERSEY CITY, N. J.
: long harangues, one one comes ,be sure and start with
the of of old and in time N. B.-We do not deal in unprinted
against general policy lynching. ness age come on FERRY'S "
lBut this is not wholly inartistic either, death ensues simply by the stoppageof wrappers.
since it the writer the delicate and machinery
'i ,gives an opportunity exquisite SEEDS.Ferry's
to skip the coarse, horrid detailsof which we call life, says the' Cali, Seed Annual .for 1891 BREEDER. OF
the hanging itself, with which the fornia Fruit Grower. .... contains the sum and substance
'daily newspapers have made us all In the first place he thinks that bya of edge.the latest Every farming planter should knowl- GRADE JERSEYS.
''too familiar. judicious selection of food and drinkit have it. Sent free.D. .

We pass on to another scene, a is possible to minimize the amountof .M.Detroit Ferry&, Co., Bulls, Cows and Heifers for sale.

trial :of. a similar offender, with the calcareous salts and earthy matter Mich. WAVERLY FARM, Leon County, near
,.. harrowing details of the girl's taken into the system. Cereals and Tallahassee, Fla,

,examination by the attorneys of the nitrogenous food abound in these ele .

black fiend, and hasten forward to ments. Beef and old mutton espe- POTASH SALTS.Are .
,the conclusion. The last scene in the cially are overcharged with salts and

.book-the lovely family, the wife, should be avoided by persons of ad- .qt RAY4Ya INDISPENSABLE for vegetables
the with her dolls her vanced Fruits fish and fruits of all kinds. On sandy soils
daughter, years. poultry, R s it is impossible to raise these crops with-
:little songs, and her sweet, innocent young mutton and veal contain less T R out them. Sulphate of Potash, Muriateof
F .pr..ttle-and the awful fate which of the earthy salts than other articlesof s Potash and Kainit. For informationand

overtakes her, merely hinted at in a food, and are therefore less harm- pamphlets address GERMAN KALI
postcript to the letter-leaves an in- ful. WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York City.

expressibly painful impression upon Summing up, then, the art of living Doable Stalil'g Acting "
the mind of the reader, and he closes 200 years, Mr. Kinnear says that L Excelsior Onttita Spraying prevent- 4-'t BATTERSON & CO.- -
the book with a shudder. physical decay may be kept "at bay \I Leaf Blight*Wormy IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ORANGE SHIP-
I Frnit.Tnsares a heav'yield Buffalo.N.Y.,one of the
The of this and the of old retardedby all Fruit auc to
argument little volume approach age of Thous- unsurpassed markets of United States,remember -
simply leads up to the view which avoiding all foods rich in the earth 1 Vegetable ands in use.crops.send 6 eta.for the Old Responsible, Reliable and Prompt
and foil treatae Commission Merchants who advance liberallyand
;every white man in the South must salts, by using much fruit and by tak-- |catalogue spraying. Circularree.WM.STAHLQuincylll.. I dont sell at auction,but direct to retail,trade

Ill accept i and.act;upon, if need: be un- ing daily two or three tumblerfuls of \ ; $for all is in.them.- .y. .Batterson b ed.l&Co., 167-1657!)' ttL.Bu1falo. .
esshe is,caitiff. 'Yet\we.'!'doubt the distilled c; 1 water, with about ten or fif- penence. .

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8. POWERS.............. ...........Editor. !
does of this junketing committee, paper and the artistic vignette. Thereis Black-eyed Peal, new crop, bush............ 1.75
P. O. Address Iwtey, Fla. Beans ................................... 2.2S
there would probably be some testi- an abundance of war reminiscenceswith ., I.ima. ................................... 2
A. n. MANVILLE,....Staff Contributor. presented and some valuable the true Confederate flavor all of Alfalfa or Lucerne per bushel! ......... aoc
mony Genuine red rust proof oaU ..... .... joe
facts elicited. As it is, probably the which is entirely proper and commendable White seed rice ........ 3.35
CONTENTS. Florida grown seed rye" ......... ajj
meeting will be destitute of results, ; but we should have felt better Georgiarye. ". ......... x.7e
TRANSPORTATION Appeal ; Better Ventila- senatorial committee- satisfied if had found Texas rust proof oats ......... .(.
that the we one good
.; tion Needed' in Transit... .......... ...... 35 except Onion Sets. red. per bush..... .... ........ '.M
GRovE AND ORCHARD-Notes on Fertilizers men will have had a f ne opportunityto hearty salute to the old flag, which we 4

Box Tiling; Fruit and Vegetable attend the Corbett-Mitchell at did not discover until
Growers'; Union...... .................... 3S fight anywhere we Movement of Orangea.It .
the public came to the contribution of Major A.
Fertilizers and Fruit Some expense.
Cure of Foot Rot; ;
,. Oranges from Japan.................. .... 36' But any man in a position to be J. Russell. is estimated that since our last

THE PINERY-A Pineapple Primer........... 37 : well informed who tells his readers report, about 225,000 boxes have

the Vines......... forward of which the different
THE VINEYARD-Planting 37 gone ,
that he hears nothing of the "exceed-
Tll.ucl Strawberry Pointers ]7a1 ets. '
FARMER AND \ lines of steamers took boxes.
; Look for the Pea and Bean Wee. ing bitter cry" which comes up from 131,109

vils; A Perpetual Garden: ; Keeping Hams 38 many of the producers of Florida, --- The movement is still increasingand

POULTRY-Pure Bred Poultry; Longevity of JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Jan. 19. promises to equal, if not exceed,
informs that he either
Fowls; Carbon Bisulphde; for Hen Lice 39 thereby us can-

AI'IAJlY-Bee Moths........... .......... .... 39 not or will not hear. Said Herr FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. the phenomenal figures of Novemberand

. OUR. Educational RURAL HOME Cramming-Timely..Hints......;..Against.. .0.. 40 Jacobi to Frederic of Prussia, in 1848, lots These fetch are prices average above top quotations.quotations Extra, while choice poor the early took part of December.One boxes. .
lots sell lower. steamer out
21,415 ,
Judge Lynch; How to Live Two Hundred "It is the misfortune of kings that Oranges, ripe........ ...... ..... 1.2510
Years .................. .............. 41 they cannot hear the truth." drops..............". ....... .75 to 1.00 1.50 beating her record of November,
EoiTORiAlr-Mr. St. Clair Abrams and His Grape fruit, box. . .......... .1.50102.00 which was boxes.
Junketers Echoes of the South; Move- For: months past we have been car- Grapefruit, bbl.. ........ ........ 2.50103.00 21,314
ment of Oranges; ; Fruit Exchange Bulletins list Tangerines. .... .... ...... .... ..... 2.00 The Fruit Exchange people are
.................. ........ ............ 42 rying on our subscription eight or Mandarins.... .... .... .. 1.50 full of business they received 3,800.
nine hundred names-nearly all in Lemons, Fla., .... .............. 1.00101.50 ;
Jacksonville Fruit Auction Company's Bulletin U Messina............. ........ 5.50 boxes Monday, which is remarkablefor
; Will & Jones' Sales; b'..L...Good-...... South Florida, and all of them fruit Malaga Grapes, kegs........... ..... 5.60
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sell's Sales .... 4* and vegetable growers-who write us Pineapples crate..... ... .... ...... 4.50 that day; Tuesday, about 5,000;
The Tobacco Tariff Again ............ ........ 44 Potatoes, New York .............. .... 2.75 and expect to handle a day all
Worth and Worthlessness of Palmetto; Tobacco from time to time letters which are in s.barrellots ....... .... 2.65 5,000

Growing............. .............. 45 sacred from quotation enclosing Hebrons, seed ... ............ 3.25 this week. Since our last report
per I' s-bbl.lots ...... .... 3.00 have handled about
haps one dollar on subscription and Early Rose............... ... 3.00 they 25,000.
Weather in Jacksonville. 5-bbl.lots........ 2.75 The South Portland got away Sun-
asking us to wait a little longer in the Chili Red. .. .................. 3.25
a a II.= -MDATE. Q,= hope that they can presently co 5-bbl. lots...... ... ..... 3.00 day for Philadelphia with 9,300 boxes,
m = q till u S 0 II 0 spare Onions yellow bbl.................... 2.75 and the Elihu Thomson on the same
CIS d. as { a another dollar after they have sold red .......... ............... 2.75
GO GO ::a :a :a ::: fruit with Sweet potatoes bush... ...... .... .... .50 day for New York with 6,123 boxes.
- some ; or perhaps, genuine
9.......... 55 58 71 55 16 63 000 their '- Florida cabbage per 100.............. ....... 5.00 to 6.00 The reports mention 1,791; pack
.. .... regret, asking us to drop name Cauliflower N, Y.,each. .15
10 .58 64 7" 56 18 65 00.2 .............. of
Beets northernper bbl 2.50 ages vegetables going by sea.
fan II....... 62 70 79 61 18 70 T for the present until times get better
.. ....
........ ; Turnips, northern .. ........... 1.75
12........... 48 51 61 47 I" 54 0.00 or perhaps after we have waited on Lettuce, doz.... ....................... .15 In addition to oranges, the Clyde
13. .. 42 56 69 39 30 54 0.00 Carrots,per bbl...... ................ 2.50 Line handled about bales of
Jan 14 .. 51 61 71 48 23 60 0.00 them for months, remitting the whole Parsnips.o.. ......... .. .......... 2.75 1,500
15........ .... 59 63 73 53 20 63 0.00 dollars Squshcraate .......................... 1.25 cotton, and 500,000 feet of lumber.
.. - amount, two hardly pinchedout Celery................. ........... ... .40 to .50 .. .
Mean.. 54 060.071.051 0 20.061.0 .0.02 of a pittance received from a recent EggPlants, bbl................... .. 2.00 to 4.00
Total rainfall. Tomatoes.............................. 1.50 to 2.00 Fruit Exchange Bulletin.
T-Trace. sale of fruit, of which the whole Squashes bbl.. ............ ... ..._.... 1.25101.50
E. R. DEMAIN, Observer. and much more would not have been Cocoanuts... .......... ............. 4.50 Jacksonville, Jan. 12.-As intimatedin
Peanuts. best brand..... .... ......... 0410.05 last bulletin the
too much for their patient families. Apples,New York bbl............ .... 4.50 our very heavy ,
Mr. St. Olair Abrams and His Our subscribers the Sweet Pepper peck........... ........ .75 shipments of the past ten days have seriously '
Junketers.A are among Grapes, 5-lb basket. ............... .25 affected prices. To-day we have
most intelligent, conscientious and Guavas 3-peck box... ... ........... 1.00 advices showing beyond question the \I

committee of three senators, honorable citizens of Florida not always Okra, peck ...................... .75 for besidesthe 1
necessity lighter shipments
with Mr. St. Clair Abrams as chair Cucumbers, English, each............ .10 ,
the best business managers- Cowpeas, shelled peck.. ...... ..... .50 quantity of fruit on the market we
man, will meet in Jacksonville Jan Green Beans,bushel .... ..... .... 1.25101.50 are confronted with the fact that the demand -
22 to hear charges that their letters being well spelledand Peas...................... .. 2.00102.50 has dropped off to a serious extentat
uary any may
correctly phrased. Andif New beets, with tops, barrel crate...2.50 to 2.75
be presented against the railroads for Pumpkins, each.... .............. ..... .05 to .15 some of the most important points.
these hundreds of educated peopleare ........ .. ..
Parsley per d)z. bunches 26 Retail fruit dealers, fancy grocers and
discrimination in rates other -
freight or in such straits that of Watercress per doz. bunches ..... .25 to .40 fruit brokers all of hard
a saving 10 ............. complain times
improper practices. The editor of Spinach, bushel.......... 1.50
or 20 cents of the charges on a box Carrots, Fla., per doz. bunches... ...... .25 and lack of orders, and even though
the Pensacola News, with that subtle Green onions per doz. bunches........ .25 fruit is at the lowest notch this does not t
which is able make the of oranges would lift a great load Pepper, well cured bushel............. .50 to stimulate rapid
eloquence to from the family hearth and larder, Sage, well cured, Ib ......... .......... .25 to .50 seem hence dealers have fruit consumption banked, '
worse the better reason many
appear says
"Once before this call made. what must not be the hardships of POULTRY AND EGGS.: up in their stores, and the fact that a

was the thousands less educated whose Hens....... ......................... .30 to .35 steady and heavy volume of fruit con-
For years the court was open. The Roosters................ ............ .25 to .30 tinues in does not tend
ungrammatical and sometimes almost Broilers..................... .... a0 to .25 pouring to re-
tribunal even moved from place to illegible letters received by the Turkeys, per pound gross............ .(0 to .t t lieve the situation.Up .
place in search of the wronged and are Ducks..................... ........... .35 to .50 to the present time at least one-
various fruit agencies and commissionmen. Geese................................. .50 half of the has been marketed. We
wide proclamation was made that all Eggs........ ......................... .18 to .19 crop
something over two million
could and be heard. GAME.

"Did come the oppressed rise and In view of these facts, what a mon- Wild turkeys, Ib... ................... .13 to .15 boxes yet to go forward; at the present
up astonish umental mockery it is for these sena- Wild ducks, each........... .......... .15 to .25 rate of shipments, about thirty-five
; the world ? Did the complaints Rabbits each......................... 10 to .20 thousand boxes are leaving the State
torial junketers to assemble in Jack Quail good demand, each....... .... .. 10 to .12 daily If this is kept Feb. 1st
filed testify to the greatness of sonville and ask the whose faces Squirrels ....... ....................... 06 to .10 up by
Call and the truth of Abrams and men Doves ............. ,................... 06 to .08 only a little over one million boxes will
are ground by the corporations to remain in the State. We believe a proper
Calhoun and their ? HAY GRAIN ETC.
there-at their reduction of shipments just now will relieve
"Alas, no The were come up own expense White corn, small lots............. ..........$ 1.20 the market and -
wrongs -and confide to them the picayune Mixed corn., ...... ..... .. 1.15 strengthen prices
silent-the complaints fell upon bar- White oats, ...... ................. 1.75 somewhat and we see no reason with
and the extortions on shipments-like the con Mixed oats ...... ......... ........ 1.65 three months yet ahead of us, why we
ground not to
ren grew tinued drops of water which fret Hay, No. i, Timothy, small lots.... ......... 19.00 should in
height which furnishes shade to the away Wheat bran small lots.......... ............ 19.00 persist crowding all the fruitwe
the adamant-which picayune extor- Ground feed, fresh (corn andoats), per sack have on the market, as is being done ...

demagogues. And therefore that tions, if they could have been re of 100 pounds...... ............ .... ........ 1.40 at present rate. ..;
tribunal of good men was abolishedand Feed meal in sacks of 100 pounds per ton. 22.00 We know that there
moved, would have enabled them to Rice flour, per................... 90 are conditions that
the people paid the piper. buy the sewing machine for the wife Pure wheat, per sack of 100 pounds........ 1.40,. compel many to continue shipping, re-
will the Prepared steam cooked cow feed, per cwt gardless of consequences, but there are
"They pay ? piper now. and new dresses for the babies. I5 -pound sacks...................... ..... 1.30 few who, if disposed to exercise
What other result shall be gained we Prepared steam cooked horse feed, per cwt, very
Iso-pound sacks......... .... ... ...... 1.50 good judgment, that cannot arrangeto
wait to see. Pearl grits, perbarrel....................... 2.95 divide their shipments up in such a
This senatorial committee meetingat Echoes of the SouthIs Pearl meal per barrel..... .... ............. 2.95 manner as to utilize the three monthswe
Flour,best winter wheat, patent............ 4.50
Jacksonville will doubtless be little the title of a new monthly magazine Flour, extra fancy family... .....,....... 4.25 have ahead, instead of overdoing the

more than a travesty of a well-consti issued in Jacksonville, with the extra.(Half) barrels,eIther brand, 25C per barrel wort: by trying to crowd all the fruit on '"',
weak market in the
( tuted Railroad Commission for several praise-worthy object ot raising funds Cotton seed meal,bright per ton........... 25.00 few a weeks. short space of a
Dark Sea Island cotton seed
reasons. Most of the fruit and vege- for the purchase and endowment of ton or..............................meal.......per... 20.00 We are sorry also to note that consid-

table who are suffering from the Florida Confederate Home. The Pure ground bone fine per ton. .. 30.00 able decay is again being reported this
Bone and potash,perton... .:::;:::. .: 33.00 ; ,
excessive freight charges are just now editors are the Misses Essie and Bessie German kainit, per ton .. .......... ........ 17.00 of course, does its share in dragging down
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Land plaster ........... 10.00 the prices.
too busy shipping their produce to at- Williams and their editorial labor has
Nitrate Soda 34C_per pound; per ton....... 55.00
tend it, and they are too poor to afford been very conscientiously performed, Muriate potash. 2c per pound per ton.... 50.00 TELEGRAMS.
Sulphate potash, 2C per pound;per ton..... 31.00 boxes sold condition
the expense of the journey. If the as well as the typographical and me- Sulphate potash 90 per cent..... ......w..... 50.00 2,800 to-day,
;a State would the chanical work which are well in sounder, 1.00 to 2.10; average, 1.50. Na- "
pay transportation keep. SEEDS, ETC.Split !.
vels, 1.60 to 3.10; Tangerines,.market improving ,.
;: and hotel bills of the growers as i iv it ing with the dainty super. alenderedf Peas, i...:... .......}.....:. .;t....... 3.75 .., 1.50" to 3.10; MandarinSj QOc to

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f 160. Oranges in light demand, market passed the danger line. We cannot avoid I w. c.WILL. ESTABLISHED 1876. A. F.JONES.WILL&JONES .
dropping.Sale the honest conviction that it is better to
to-day, mostly large fruit, sold at market the fruit rapidly on account of
80c to 1.80; average, 1.28; demand, fair. the fear both of cold weather and of unseasonably -
Car 3343 sold to-dayaveraged 1.57,most warm weather. Are we rightor ,
ly large fruit. Four other cars sold today are we wrong?

at averages of 1.77,2.01,2.02 and 2.10. Business is reviving and money is Wholesale Commission Merchants.
Four cars sold to-day; at averages of 2.00, more plenty. Prices are not high and
1.96,1.80 and 1.68. The demand is excel- never will be this season, but they are as
lent.Car good as could be expected and the demand We make a specialty of handling Florida Fruits and Vegetables in car lots.
40. 15992 showed some decay; averaged is active, at least all along our lines Headquarters Buffalo, N. Y., having agencies in New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
1.99; demand, good. of market. For instance, two of our Chicago. Pittsburg and distributing from Jacksonville, Fla. Reasonable advances
Mostly russets, but good sale, all moreor latest telegrams say, "Big crowd, lively made on good quality of fruit at Jacksonville.
less decayed, sold at 1.30 to 2.75 andY bidding, good sales;" and"Market active." Shipping instructions and stencils forwarded on application.
.' j 2270 boxes averaged 1.88. Since our last report we have averagesas REFERENCE.-First National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.; Bank of Commerce, Buf-
i,r. Sale to-day: at 80c to 2.00,averaged 1.35; follows: Buffalo, 1.80 for good fruit, falo, N. Y.; Dun's and Bradstreet's agencies.
poor lot and much decay. Market depressed 1.30 for fruit in bad order; Montreal, 2.18 Correspondence solicited at Jacksonville.
under heavy receipts; demand for good fruit, 1.68 for poor; Baltimore, WILL t JONES,

declining. 1.32, Tangerines, 2.40 to 2.50; Pittsburg, 99 W. Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla.
LIVERPOOL. 1.80 for good fruit. 58 and 60 West :Market and 119 and Michigan St. Buffalo.
We sell the fruit. We it
put right
Cables just to hand show two sales,
both averaged 7s. of price 4 to 12s where we want it, right where the buyers
range ;
less want it. By our system a car is diverted
fruit all more or badly decayed. We FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
from its destination to another with the
are advised to discontinue all further
shipments to England. greatest promptness, according to the de- .
'" In accordance mands of the several markets. Let the An Incorporated Home Association of Orange Growers for marketing Florida Fruit to the
with these advices
ship- fruit come. ,. .. best ad.antage.-AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $300.000.BOX ( ).
ping dates heretofore announced are can- -MATERIAL-The Exchange Is fully prepared to supply boxes and paper on
celled. order. Write: for price list and terms.
New York, Jan. 18.-Oranges, fancy
desiring to continue shipping to -: :-
Liverpool, regardless of above advices, brights, selected sizes, 1.75 to 2.00; fancy GEO. R. FAIRBANKSt.President." D. GREENLEAF, Vice-Prctldent.
can do so and we will forward the fruit lines. 1.50 to 1.75; average lines, 1.25 to ALBERT M. IVES; ,Gen'l Mgr. and Treas. :M. P. TURNER Secretary. .
1.50; russets, fancy, 1.25 to 1.50; straight DIRECTORS-Geo. R. Fairbanks, Alachua Co.; E.G. Hill Bradford i Co.; Dr. E. E. Pratt
promptly. Hillsboro Co; John Fabyan, Lake Co.; Hy Crutcher, Orange <'::0.; D. Greenlenf, Duval Co.;
lines 2.00 to
1.00 to 1.25; Tangerines, B. M. Baer, Duval Co.; A. Brady. Brevard Co.; F. Sampson, Marion Co.; C.-V. Hillyer
Jacksonville, Jan. 16.-Shipments con- 3.00; Mandarins, 2.00 to 2.50; grape fruit, Marion Co.; John M. Bryan, Osceola Co.; W. E. Stanton, Putnam Co.; M. S.Moreman St.
tinue heavy and prices are going down. 2.00 to 3.00; lemons, 2.50 to 4.00. String Johns Co.; C. F. A. Bielby, 'volusia Co.; BenJ.Dowd, Lake Co.Address'all '
When last bulletin issued beans 2.50 4.00 1.50 to il correspondence to the Florida Fruit Exchange,Jacksonville, Fla. Stencil,
our was we green, to ; wax, with full packing and snipping instructions,furnished on application.
had discouraging reports from two 2.50; peas. 3 00 to 4.00; lettuce, J bbl.
points only; to-day's telegrams show declining basket, 1.50 to 2.00; bbls., 3.00 to 5.00;
prices from nearly all points. We cukes, 3.00 to 5.00; eggplant, bbls., 4.00
advised in our last issue a decrease in to 6.00; boxes, 1.50 to 2.50; tomatoes, 150 Sell Your Oranges at Home.
shipments-we can now only repeat that to 2.50.
I advice. PALMER, RIVE BURO & Co.

k: TiLEOR!: MS. e4 If You Ca.n.n.otTnE

3,100 boxes in to-day's sale, 85c to 2.00; Will & Jones' Sales.
average 1.30.( Tangerines 1.35 to 1.60 per The Buffalo market has held stronger Jacksonville fruit Auc DIl ED-
half box. Fruit sounder. since the holidays than we anticipated,
: One car at auction to-day; half russets, though at this writing we have to report
ft'Bf Offers the Quickest and Most Reliable Means of
averaged 2.80; highest price 3.25. Weather receipts heavy and market weak. Oft- Dispos-
pleasant. Shipments wanted. times the shipments made on low prices ing of Fruit.
Last lots received very bad order. reach the market for the reaction and

Market on sound stock is 1.50 per box. procure satisfactory prices. Lemons in When fruit cannot be sold here at a fair price, will forward to best Eastern
Large sizes not wanted. good demand at high price for this sea- or Western markets, and sell at auction (only one commission) and make advancesof
Car No. 7054 sold to-day, 1.60 to 3.00; son of the year. We sold last week 2500 50c to $1.00 per box, on good fruit, here, as to general condition of markeU.
average 2.22. Good sale; fruit nearly all boxes oranges 2.35 to 1.50; tangerines, Sale days Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returns made on day of sale.
large. 2.50 to 2.00; mandarins,1.50 to 1.00;grape For stencils and information address
Sold ten cars to-day. General average fruit, 2.50 to 2.00; lemons, 5.50 to 4.00.
r 1.75. Demand fair. Thos. f Towns, m' 'n.
a Tangerines 1.40 per half box; Mandarins -
1.00. Market on oranges 1.25 to E. L. Goodsell's Sales.E. : .

L. Goodsell says:
1.90.Car 2481 sold 1.25 to 1.80; average 1.47. The market this week has been char- TO ORANGE GROWER
Car 7832 sold 1.00 to 1.80; average 1.48. acterized by a weaker tendency in all

t Two other cars averaged 1.41 and 1.68. kinds of fruits. This is partly owing to Our Jacksonville office, No. 94 West Bay St.,is now open, and shippers desiring
Fruit poor. Some lines rotten. Weather condition so far as Florida oranges are market reports or other information with regard to shipping, will kindly communicate -
cold and stormy. Demand light. concerned, and to bad weather in part with me at that address.On .
t Car 172 averaged 1.69. Car 8929 aver- : depressing trade. receipt of shipments of good qualities of fruit in Jacksonville, we will advance
t aged 1.78. Tangerines wanted. I. Florida oranges:Receipts have been from 50 to 75c. per box to those that request the same. Checks for proceeds
Sale to-day, Car 8160 averaged 1.25. very heavy and of very ordinary quality, are mailed direct to every grower in Florida within 48 hours after the sale in New
Car 121 sold 1.25 to 1.60; average 1.50. which, combined with poor conditionhas York. I solicit your support and shipments."In .
Market steady. Prices unchanged. depressed the market to a lower state order to raise the standard of packing of Florida oranges, we propose to
A Car 714 averaged 1.34. Unsound. Car. than has been the case before this sea- offer a prize of'$100 to all that send
3010 averaged 1.75. sales showed
son.Ionday's a slight
Sale to-day averaged 1.31. Fruit very weakness, but-still good fruit brought up Not ,Less than 300 Boxes of Orangesto t
ordinary. Better feeling prevails. to $2.00 with Wednesday's sale only
Sold three cars to-day; at averages 1.75, showing $1.75 and Friday's prices only us this season. The winner will[ receive a certificate to the effect that his fruit
: 1.81 and 1.95. Market firm. being topped at $1.60. The direct cause averaged the best gross result during the season, and in addition to that a check for
Sold 1200 boxes to-day 75c to 1.50.aver- of this is really the heavy receipts, there $100. This is offered wholly for the sake of endeavoring to raise the standard of
age 1.20. Navels 1.30 to 2.75. Tangerines being 40,000 boxes arriving in 24 hours, grading, packing and careful handling on the part of shippers. The average at the
85c to 1.40 per half box. together with the fact that the consumer end of the season will be carefully made out of each and every shipment that we

I S. J. C. L. Car 15213 sold to-day, aver- seems to have neglected oranges entirely receive." ,
t aged 1.80. Fruit mostly large sizes. since the holidays. Any correspondence directed to New York will receive prompt attention.

January 8.-1400 boxes of Florida E. L. GOODSELLNo. I
fruits, part arriving ex Merchants Ss. ,
Jacksonville Fruit Auction Company's 94 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
Co. and part ex Clyde Line. Oranges In
Bulletin. 1.80 to 1.10; grape fruit 1.65 to 1.35. and No. 103,Park Place, N. Y. City.

Thos. R Towns says: January 10.-1500 boxes Florida fruits, .I
It is our belief that the believe part arriving ex Ocean Ss. Co. Oranges past week from 1.50 to 2.50; lemons, jguj ggji ...4....,., r"s'r'aa''r
I will be larger than is generally 1.80 to 1.10; lemons 2.95 to 2.20; grape choice Messinas, 4 to 5; pineapples-10 to
. The Florida Fruit Exchange has advised i fruit 1.65 to 1.35. 13c; grape fruit, 1.50 to 2; tangerines '
lighter shipments and less haste in getting' January 12.-3,000 boxes Florida fruits, 2.50 to 3.50. Our market is in good ;i
the crop marketed. With this view we part arriving ex Clyde Line, Merchants shape, and demand and prospects good. tt
distinctly take issue. Ss. Co. and Ocean Ss. Co. Oranges 1.70 : : :
I This has been an almost unprecedented to 80c; grape fruit 2.30 to 1.25: tangerines, i i
I season; the sap in the trees is still in mo- boxes 2.15; half boxes 1.70 to 60c, also 75 Philadelphia, Jan. 15.-Oranges, choiceto THE HIGHEST AWARD IN THE
tion and the fruit keeps increasing in boxes Messina lemons, prices ranging fancy bright, selected sizes, 2.00 to WORLD.Is .
size. It is our belief that=! 25 per cent. of from 4.00 to 3.74.Buffalo 2.25; straight lines, 1.75 to 2.00; choice the unqualified approval of every customer.
the fruit now received will range 126, 112, russets, 1.60 to 1.75; large sizes and com Our fence has won at every Pair or Exposition
Navelsizes. I mon fruit. 75e to 1.25; the above quotawhere entered,but what does a practical farmer
96 and even larger, encroaching on .
: Auction Sale's.The care for that? The fiprMinar qualities of a soldier
tions for fruit in good order, Eome arrivals -
Why let this fruit get any larger? are. are proven on the Jldd of b ttlf' not on drat
w Why incur the risk of having It converted Buffalo Fruit Auction Company reports In bad order selling I lower. Grapefruit parade. '

.,. into footballs by a freeze? :For we should : choice bright, desirable sizes, 2.50 PAGE WOVEN'WIRE" FENCE CO., Adrian..
? >member. that we have by no means. yet\ Sold ten. cars. Florida. oranges in the- to 3.00); tangerines-. ,box,2.25 to 3.00; man- Mich. ,-. .,.




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44.. ,-_ .____.._.__-__ ___ _"-_'_-.-.' .. _.. JTHK FLORIDA FARMER.AND. j FROTT-GROWER. _. ... __._" __ '"

.... darins,.box, 1.75"to 2.25; l lemons, choice The Tobacco! Tariff Again. which, in connection with his knock-

bright, 3.50 to&.00; lemons, choice'rus- Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: down blows at free trade, clearly e

oet,1.50to 2.00; choice ripe tomatoes, Some time since a published article that he declares himself
means a
per carrier, 2.50 to 3.50: egg plants, choiceto i by Hon. F. B. Moodie, President of pro-
fancy, per bbl, .5.00' to 6.00; string the Florida State Tobacco Growers' tectionist of some other sort; in fact,

heaps, ,choice, '2.75 to 3.25; green peas, Association stated that he tells us about what.kind of a protectionist -
2.50 to;3.50; lettuce, per basket, 1.00 to they were a I he is. I will now put the
1.50; cucumbers, per crate,2.50 to 3.00. unit in favor of a tariff for revenue i "McKinley type" and the Moodie .r
i/ REDFIELD & SON. only. As Mr. Moodie has been ;si Ej ,
type side by side, and it may surprise.
and still is able and
an ,
even Mr. Moodie to see how nearly .
St.-Louis, June 15.-oranges-Receipts successful champion of the tobacco
improving. The receipt of a bulk car "great minds run in the same chan ....
interest of the State I
growing was ..
yesterday was a new departure! in the nel." ,
shipment of oranges from Florida; to- surprised at that statement, and in a
I took the platform of the last Na.
day, however, there were several cars on recent FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER
tional Democratic Convention the uickesisMost :
the market and it looks as though this' asked him "Don't you want a tariff as hortest. n
mode of shipping would become general. that will enable to tobacco in highest authority as to true Democracy. -
Sales of bulk were made in different grow I will take the platform of the
ways, some receivers selling by the car, Florida and bring to our State the last National Republican Convention,

while others disposed of their offeringsby millions of dollars that now go .to of which Gov. McKinley was chair- I Attractive
the thousand. In car lots 350 to 400 Sumatra and Cuba?"
man as the highest authority in Mc-
about the and 20.00 thou- ,
was range, per That seems to be a very direct ques-
sand ((1)) when sold in this way. The fruit tion that could have been answeredby Kinleyism. That platform says: "We ROUTE ,
coming in bulk is irregular in size and of reaffirm the American doctrine of pro
mixed varieties. Florida,in boxes from the monosyllable, yes or no. tection. We believe that
first hands sell at 1.75 to 2.00 per box. In replying, however 11r. Moodie into
For selections and repacked we quote: has not chosen to answer in*{hat way on all imports coming competi- Florida Points and the North.THE .
tion with the products of American
Florida 2.00 to 2.25
brights ; golden russets but has given us some unanswerable
1.75 to 2.00; Mexican, 2.25 to 2.50.per labor there should be levied duties
in favor of the
box.. Tangerines-Receipts and offeringsfair arguments protection equal to the difference between
i wages
;; demand about equal to the supply, : principle and exposed the fallacy and abroad and at home. Florida Central and
at 2.60 to 2.75 per box in lots from first proved the injustice to our people of .
bands. Selections on orders, 3.00 to 3.50 free trade. Though he does not say That is "protection of the McKinley -

per box. Mandarina-Sell at 2.00 to 2.25 yes to my question he answers it in type" right from the fountain head. Peninsular

per box. Grape Fruit-Florida in free the affirmative and us' substan Now here is Mr. Moodie's sort of
offering and light demand, at 2.25 to 2.50 gives VIA .
tial protection, and it differs only in modeof I'

light per box and on demand orders.good Pineapples-Supply at 2.75 to 3.00 per To sure he has chosen to intro- expression. He says: "High pro NIKE CITY, MiCDH

dozen for extra, and 2.25 to 2.50 for No.1. duce some outside matters that tendto hibitive protective doctrine is too nar-

Eggplant; bbl, 5.00 to 7.00; doz., 1.50 to somewhat obscure his reply, as row for international commerce, and AND flTliflNTM
2.00: ;beans 1.50 to 1.75 case 2.00 ,
; ; peas of them bear national conditions of trade betweenthe
cukes 1.75 dozen lettuce really some very remote- TO .
case; fancy, ; different members of the family of \
home-grown, 30c. bu. box; Tomatoes, ly if at all on the subject under con- 11
nations based Nashville St. Louis and
must the relativecost
6-basket carrier, 2.50"to 8.50; Texas, J bu. sideration.For be on ChicagoWith
box, 50cto 75c. instance he "as all of living, civil and social condi- but one change of sleepers, connects
says my
Heavy frosts in the growing dis- tions and necessities and in this also at Atlanta for NEW YORK and KANSA8
; way
numerous ancestors were, I am an old CITY. The Florida Central and Peninsularhas
tricts of California,last Sunday, damagedthe landmark and our own national family is fairly pro- nearly 700 miles of track. running:through-
orange crop fully 20 per cent. in the Jeffersonian Jacksonian the ;
tected in her varied industries against
Democrat." what this Tobacco Regions,
low lands while the high lands suffered Just bearing
Stock Panning and Dairy Section,
cheap foreign or slave labor.
nearly as much. statement has on the subject is not pauper 1'eacn and Strawberry Land,
The cabbage crop of Florida will soon entirely clear to me. Possibly it is That is protection of the Moodie Orange, Banana and Pineapple Country,

be seeking a market, and ma.ny: lettersare thrown in incidentally to show under type. Neither wants a prohibitorytariff. Phosphate Has the Belt.Silver Spring and .;"
just now coming from several partiesin Other fine .
hereditament Both want a protective tariff to Scenery.
what influences of
that State seeking information as to The Great Hunting Country.
prospects, prices, and the general outlook present environment he has been equalize wages and other conditions. Reaches the Noted Fishing Grounds. .
McKinleyism also endorses the Has the best lands for tillage, greatest variety -
for Florida cabbage: both the old placed while studying this subject, and .
of soils in the State, and above all
and new crops,'are offered here side by from what stand point he now views it. "policy of reciprocity under whichour Runs over the Central Rldgeland

side, each disclosing a wide range in the It is not quite clear to me why he export trade has vastly increased, Where It Is High and Healthy.
quality, condition, etc. The new crop, and new and enlarged markets have Prosperous towns fill its route and it offer I
should what is "undem-
from New Orleans and Mobile is explain to us
mainly the best freight facilities for any produce to
been for the of
ocratic seed" opened products our tho Northern markets. Send for the popularsong
selling rather low for this time, due "Democracy gone to
largely to the liberal offerings of good and "conservative Democracy," as no farms and workshops. "MY- "
old stock still coming from the East.P. Mr.\ Moodie "to live is FLORIDA HOME.
sort of Democracy has been attacked. says, na with its spirited words and beautiful music
...M. KIELY &; Co. Personally, I am not an expert ture's first law, and to let live is phi- descriptive of an actual Florida Home,, and
which is in
gotten up elegant style-Six pagesof
For Indigestion and Nervousness. judge of Democracy, so with all due lanthropic, but reciprocity is a condi. full sized best music Florida containing alsoa
tion and civilza- picture of.a home in and a hunting
deference for Mr. Moodie's Democ- presented by reason
Use Hereford's Acid Phosphat. scene. It is mailed on receipt of 10 cents(in
Rome racy, both inherited and acquired, I tion." stamps to pay expense of distribution.))
Dr. W. O. Ga. I
Hoyt, says: Send also for the best map of Florida(sent
have found it both an agreeable and use- prefer to get my information of what Thus we see that on these two free) and note the towns on its route.A. .

c 'ful remedy in many cases of indigestion, true modern Democracy really is from distinctive and leading problems of .O.MACDONELL Jacksonville,G.P.A.,Fla., :

and also in nervous troubles attended the highest possible official source. public policy, protection and reciprocity )

haustion.with ,sleeplessness" and a feeling of ex- The last National Democratic- Con-', Messrs. Moodie\ and McKinleyare The Florida Central &

vention in its declaration principles in complete accord and likely to

Director Chamblin. of the Fruit Exchange speaks of "protection as a fraud, a work in harmony'for the upbuilding of Peninsular R. R. CO.. t
all American interests and
has recently made extended trips robbery of the great majority of the defendingthem
through the orange growing sections, American people for the benefit of the against the less liberally paid Offers to Shippers .

r{ where he has met the representative few. We declare it to be a funda- labor and lower social conditions of The 'Shortest and Quickest Route

growers of all localities. He says he is mental principle of the Democratic foreign countries.On BETWEEN

beginning to believe that the estimate of party that the government has no con- only one point do I wish to FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN
the Southern California has
L been generally crop While stitutional power to impose and collect take issue with friend Moodie, and THE EAST AND WEST.

there'are: localities like Riverside where tariff duties except for the purpose of that is when he says "$2.00 a poundon .With Improved Ventilated Cars this company -
will exceed that of last That is the has been demonstrated is better equipped than ever ever to
the,production revenue only. pure imported wrappers handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops and
year. the average appears to be below unadulterated Democracy of to-day, to be only a revenue insure close connections and prompt despatchto
that 'of last season. He instances one Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Moodie to the tariff." The published writings of all Eastern and Western Markets.
orchard of seedlings in the San Gabriel Through cars to destination with-
valley which yielded 8,000 boxes last year, contrary notwithstanding. I confess Mr. Moodie himself bear testimonythat out change or delay.

irom which the owner expects to pack that to me, a disinterested outsider, it $2.00 a pound tariff is protection.The Perishable freight followed by wire and +

but 3,000 boxes this season. The seed- looks very much, as Mr. Moodie describes many broad acres of tobacco shippers advised time passing various Junction
points and arrival at destination.
;ling crop clearly smaller than last year, it, like "Democracy gone to grown in the Gulf States bear testi- All claims for overcharges and loss promptly -

rand the fact that the navels are so gen- seed. It is not to be wondered at mony that it is protection. The hun- adjusted. _
erally smaller- in, size .than last winter that marked ;
; See your goods are
leads him to" the-conclusion that the in- that a man of Mr. Moodie's strong ju- dreds of new sheds and tobacco houses via F. C. & P. R. R. '
dicial cast of mind ably and patriotically bear that it is protection.The . the yield. ofr:this variety will testimony For information call on or address the undersigned "
.'not-beas: great as has been anti ipated.- laboring to build up a great!! new houses, the new clothes, the : ,. ,
lUve 's de Press. 'Southern'industry, should so designate! fat bank accounts of many a Floridian C.W E.B.TAYLOR TUCKER, Trav.Gen.A'gt Ocala Orlando Fla..'Pla. ,; h'

.:to,') : _.._ ,. '.., _.. .' is G.:){.HOLDEN,Trav.A'g't Leesburgv'Pit.W.R. .
itfL: I bear testimony thatj2 00 a pound Tt.
; .or" : 0 ? '
Oranges shipped in bulk to St.touisarrited FULLER ,/ pa..FJ4* ..
: in*-good order'and old .nearly'aahigh 's.Mr..Moddiesaysr.'I.ampoLaprotectiouist ; -} protection. That it is not proriibitpryis Or N..- S... PENNINGTON'", -,Traffic' Manager. 1i'j'

: as boxes. of the McKinley type," proved by Mr. Moodie when he .'$:PLBABAlYTB'rpi; Jacksonville! Ptiii.;IlaW. f <' :

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J shows that the revenue from this way by hand, the palmetto tannin 1! In the County Judge's Court, Duval FLORIDA'S advantages for small investments,
County. Florida.By Arcadia Fla.
has Estate Journal, ,
source actually increased at
cannot compete with the oak tannin. the County Judge of said County: $1.00 per year: sample,with state map, 10 cents
the same time home production has No paper will be more ready to Whereas, George A.Lewis applied to this Court --"* 4-23-12D4
for Letters of Administration on the Estate of -
been enormously stimulated.It recognize the worth of palmetto for Paulado Travis, deceased, late of said County of FANCY PIGEONS-Bought,sold and exchanged
for what want. Stamp for reply
is When Duval. you .
always so. a protectivetariff
r paper making and leather-tanning than These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all LLOYD GRANT, Lady Lake Fla. -28-52t
is applied to an infant industry, THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER and singular the kindred and creditors of said ANIMAL MEAL makes hens lay. Write to&
the revenue therefrom is at first large. deceased to be and appear before this Court on or Ormoiid Fla., for information. .
the proper time comes. At before the 20th day.ot February, A.D. 1894, and ,
ly augmented. As the home production present the friends of Florida will do file objections, if any they have, to the granting HARROW prices,address E. '\":
letters as aforesaid otherwise the same will be FORICUTAWAY
increases the i importations of for- \wisely not to claim for it more values granted as prayed. : .: Point,Fla.,State Agent.

eign goods are displaced by the home than it has which Witness my name as County Judge of the -1-21-tf
I actually are very aforesaid this Sth of
County day January, 1894. POND NURSERY.-5atsuma Orange
I product and the revenue falls off. If considerable in number. [Seal.] W. H BAKER, County Judge. SHELL ,the hardiest the world,on five year-

r the present protective tariff of $2.00 a old trifoliata stocks; will bear in one or two

pound is continued, I have no doubt Tobacco Growing. i FLORIDA HOMESEEKER. years.9-2'16 JAS. P. DEPASS Lake City, Florida.

but the.South will continue to rapidly There seems to be a strong tendency Published at Avon Park the model colony of FOR SALE for cash,time or trade,orange groves, ,.

increase home production till the rev- among our Southern fanners to engagein South Florida, only 50 cents a year. and timber lands. E. RUMLEY, Keuka,

enue from that source will decline. the culture of tobacco. The Times- tf O. M.Publisher.CFOSBY, Fla. 3-n-i6t
GRASS-(paspalum platvc uleJ),-
And friend Moodie I have LOUISIANA
now, Democrat wishes to give a piece of I permanant pasture grass.for .

1' the most sincere belief in the honestyas advice. It is this : Unless you can Bradley Redfleld.ESTABLISHED Eugene 1871. B. Redfleld. Lawtey Cuttings$1.25 a barrel, f.o. b. W.' H.6-24-101 POWERS,

well as the ability of your "en produce a very superior article, that REDFIELD & SON,
deavors to build up and establish this will bring a fancy price, don't do it. Commission MerchantsAND THE on sour or grapefruit roots. A complete -;,

tobacco industry in the Sunny Southland Farmers in Tennessee stock.of all standard varieties of Orange .
Kentucky, and Lemon Trees, making a specialty of the.
t ," and holding that belief, I feel Virginia and Missouri, who have SEEDLESS Pomelo, and the:Seedless: Tahiti Lime,

sure that, (honest Injun), you care grown tobacco for a life time, are not Fruit Auctioneers, with,75,000 also Japan Grape Chestnuts Fruit Seedlings, Japan for Persimmons grove setting -,''

more, this moment, for the protection much better off than when they began 141 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Loquat Plum, Kelsey Plum, and other deciduous
trees and plants. C. M. Marsh, Lakeland, Polk
.this $2.00 tariff affords to Florida to- I besides their farms are badly im We handle all kinds of Fruits and Vegetables, Co., Florida. 11-4-121
either at private sale (which has heretofore been
bacco growers than for the revenue it poverished. If you desire to make a our custom) or by the auction system (recently WANTED purchaser for 2,500 Thrifty Year- .
brings to the United States Govern of tobacco culture added to our business) as you may desire. Pear Trees, z!% to 8 feet at
specialty plant one $35.00 per 1,000. B. W. Partridge, Monticello, Fl*.
ment. DUDLEY W. ADAMS. or two acres of some approved varietythat LARGEST IIGIITi11NG WELL MACHINERYWorb.All ii-i8-tf

,, Tangerine Fla., Jan. 11, 1894. will bring a fancy price in the kinds, of tool!*. Fortune for driller by twins:our BEST BARGAINS in Floridal! Fine o-year-old
... Adamantine process;can take core. Perfected Econom first-class vegetable l'
young grove;
market, and let some one else grow teal Artesian Pumpinjr Rlsrs to work by Steam Air.etc. and Phosphate Lands. Send for descriptive dr-
Let us ushelpv. TilE AMERICAN WELL.WOBK8, .
Worth and Worthlessness of Pal-
the common sorts. Aurora, 111.) Chicago, IlL Dallas, Tex. culars. J. L. Derieux, Lakeland, Fla. i-2o-8t.
i metto. -,
Tobacco, a complete success at the MACARTNEY Hedge Rose Plants and Cuttings '
We have seen nearly everything in North Louisiana Experiment Stationin OENT-A- JYORD" OOL U1tfH. u* for sale. M. O'NEILL, Fairbanks, :

the way of papers made; from this ma- Fla. 11.25.13tPURE ;
1892, is reported a partial failure To insure insertion in this column, advertise- Blood Poland China Boar, seven months 1
terial, such as writing, book, bank- this ments must be accompanied by the money. '
the Florida Flor-
year, owing to unfavorableseason. grown,$8.00. P. C.,care
note, bond, Bristol board, India proof, .. Postage Advertisements Stamps received must not in payment.exceed fifty words. ida Farmer and Fruit Grower, Lawtey,Fla. ':

etc., also opinions from some of the Count every word.including name and address. II-35-tf ...!..
PURE Brown Leghorn Eggs. Cheaper than
most eminent publishers, lithograph. 15 FOR LEGHORN EGGS for Stock the very best. $i.ooforx3. R. .
ers, bank note engravers and authori-- BROWN'S IRON BITTERS hatching, from thoroughbred stock, rose or PUDDY, Lawtey, Fla. 11-25-161
single comb. SOOTH FLORIDA HOME, St. Peters
ties on paper in the United States, as cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion&Debility.- burg, Fla. it RIVERSIDE NURSERIES. -Peaches, Pears,

to its excellent qualities. It is said of Japan Persimmons, Apricots, Al-
FOR SALE--Hand-plows, very cheap. S. P., monds, Figs, Mulberries,.Loquats, Pecans,Sat-
the pulp of palmetto that it felts more Fla. suma and Dancy Tangerine Oranges, Grape
Vines and Roses; prices reasonable;cataloguefree.
i readily than any other material, con- SOUR ORANGE SEEDLINGS for sale cheap. J.A. DANIEL, Prop., Glen St. Mary, Fla.
sequently paper made from it has BEL VIEW SOFT PHOSPHATE, rich in F. W., Denver, Fla. 1-20-41 I2l6I2tBEARING

great strength and powers of absorb- feeder phosphoric to trees acid and and plants bone, phosphate6 per ton.,a steady C. B. BROWN eggs AND Si WHITE per dozen LEGHORN; white and Leghorn Lang- Orange Groves for Sale on Lake
are guaranteed to pay next year
ing ink which makes it very valuablefor SMITH, Jacksonville. 1-2-4t roosters for crossing, Si. ALBERT FRIES, St from ten to twenty-five per cent. net on the in-
VIEW SOFT Dried Nicholas it vestment. Also wild and cleared land under
fine art work such as steel BE PHOSPHATE, ,
i engravings ground and sacked 6 per ton. The best fence, suitable for orange or general cultivation.For .
b etc.Ve have seen steel en- and cheapest fertilizer ever sold. Try it. C B. TILGHMAN'S CONDITION POWDERSfor further particulars, address Box 110,South
SMITH, Jacksonville. all stock. Will make any animal eat and Lake Weir Marion Co., Fla. 123061Plants
gravings printed on this paper and on 1-20-41 grow fat and sleek. Sure cure for "Salt Sick."
India It is given as a drench to animals that will not $1.25 1,000; standard }
proof that cost $2
t paper, per Belleview Soft eat. For sale at L'Engle's Drug Store, Jackson- STRAW. varieties. 1,000,000 Hoffman, .
pound, done at the same time with PhosphateBest ville, and nearly every town in Florida Trial the great Southern berry;
package will be mailed you for 35-cents. W. G.TILGHMAN earliest, largest, firmest, most
the same plates, using the same ink, fertilizer ever sold in Florida for JL Cl ACL kit a, Fla. i-ao-iot BERRY profitable. O. W. BLACKBALL,

and by the same printer, and it was fruit trees and vegetables. TANGERINE Seedlings for sale by G. F. BUL- Kittrell, N. C. ia-i6-iot .

impossible to distinguish the dIffer. Fla. 1-13-101 NIAGARA Grape Vines for sale cheap. O. S.

Price reduced this season to five FOR HATCHING.-Pure White Hastings Fla. I2.i6-6t
ence. We believe i it only a matter of EGGS Leg- ..<.
single or rose comb also Langshans .
time when many paper and pulp mills dollars per ton in Carloads. $1.00 for 13. W. H. STEACY, Thonotosassa; Fla. FOR SALE-orange and Lemon Trees on *
-- i-i3-5t stock. Write for prices to J. H. .*
will be in
succeessfully operated TURNLEY, "Excelsior Nurseries," Lake Weir, **
Florida. DRIED, MILCH COW for sale. Six years old; calf Fla. 12-1 -I.5t"'

The above which is from days old. Inquire of J. D. McKiNLEY, TRIFOLIATA for Hedges. Seedlings 12 to
copied Q1 C ,
OUN 1: Jacksonville or M.CHESEBRO, Plummer, Fla. i ;..
14 f. o, b., packed to carry long dis-
the Ft. Meade Pebble, is the truth, i-i3-4t tance. $20.00 per thousand. L. .R. KER.VAX, -

but not the whole truth. A very SACKEI). \VEaT POTATO SEED.-peruvian, Vineless Norwalk Fla. 12-9-51
o Gen. Grant, pk. $i; bnshel $3; bbl. $10. By t
Turkeys, Pekin Ducks Indian Game
high grade of has been made of BRONZE
paper mail, pound, 4oc; J1lbs. $1. JULIUS SCHNADELBACH. Fowls and at '
Eggs, reason-
Write for full particulars to Grand Ala. ;
fiber and Indi- Bay 2-i3-5t
palmetto at Chicago i able prices. Mrs. W. H. MANN, Mannville. Fla. :

anapolis, and the American Bank C. B. AN EXPERIENCED GARDENER and tobacco I2I6tfFOR '
grower would like to get a situation as man- SALE-Hotel with small bearing orange
Note Engraving Company tested and ager for a gardener or tobacco farmer. Best reference grove. Heart of great Orange Lake fruit
found it all that is above claimed. General Jffanagcr, Jacksonville, pla. given, Address, "DIXIE," FLORIDA region. Price very reasonable. Address James,
DISPATCH. 2-13-31 A. Citra Fla.
Pepper. 1-6-41
But the obstinate fact remains that no <
and Vegetable Lands for sale on
process has yet been discovered by FAT PEOPLE, PINEAPPLE River, Ha. For prices &c., ad- WHITE Leghorn Roosters for crossing$1.00.' 4
FRIES, St. Nicholas!, Fla. i-6-Jt
dress owner, J. F. POWELL, Melbourne, Fla. 4
which paper can be made from pal PARK OBESITY PILLS will reduce your weightPERDIANENTLY II32tFROSTPROOF
YAM-The best sweet known
potato 1'
from 12 to 15 pounds a BUNCH ;
metto fiber as cheaply as from wheat month. NO STAll YLYG sickness or injury ; Pineapple and Vegetable lands and very prolific; no vines in the way;
straw. Straw is in the opinion and NO P VBL1CITY. They build up the health River and ocean for sale in can be cultivated with a plow as easily as can f
and beautify the complexion, leaving NO lots of 10 acres and up; terms to suit. J. F. corn. 25 cents per lb., 24 lbs SO cents 6 lbs$x. t
practice of most farmers a waste pro- WRIXKLES flabbiness STOUT ABB OMJ POWELL, Melbourne, Fla. i-i3-2t i-6-2t C. C. L. DILL, Dillburgh,Ala. 1.

duct, while palmetto fiber has to be XO :ys EXP and EltLltr.E difficult .T breathing, but a surely scientific relieved.and FOR SALE CHEAP.-Thirty thousand grape WANTED to sell for the next thirty days to :

specially prepared from a very rough positive relief,adopted only after years of expe- au d 30 thousand sour seed bed stock from budded orange and grapefruit treesat .:
rience. All orders supplied direct from our 12 to 20 inches high. Grape fruit$;;per thousand. $20.00 per hundred, nftoen varieties. G. L. ::I
and ugly vegetable product. office. Price $2.00 per package, or three pack- Sours, $3 per thousand f. o. b. cars. S. M. MICHAEL, Star Hill Nursery, Glen Ethel. Fls ,1i164t
Then again, as to the tannin in the ages for $5 00 by mail, postpaid. Testimonialsand STEPHENS Lakeland, Fla. i-i3-7t "J"
particulars (sealed 2 cents.
It has been ascertained by AT A BARGAIN.-Thirteen acres of fine gar- LARGE two years old Orange and Lemon Buds
All Correspondence Strictly Confidential. and fruit land in St.Petersburg, Hills- each. Three-year buds 30 cents. -4;
competent chemists that there is a boro Co. Eight acres planted in truck,3 acres in Grape Fruit and Tangerine buds: 25 cents. Other -;
of tannin in these PARK REMEDY CO., Boston, Mass. young grove, all fenced with wire netting; plant- trees cheap. Nearly all on sweet stock. Write r '
greater percentage ation and garden tools, 8-room house with H.H. for prices. LAKE KEOION NURSERY CoM Au- :
roots than in oak bark, but it cannot and kitchen furniture, barn and stable, one fine burndale, Polk.county Fla. u- o-8t ,
FRUIT TREES.FOR mare and wagon one hundred laying! hens, one .
be extracted for use in making leatheras 300 egg incubator, forty colonies of Italian bees SUMMIT Nurseries, Monticello-Fta.? 'Pear
is that this and honey extractor. Terms easy. E. B.PLUNXET. Plum and other, fruit trees, Roses,
cheaply. It hoped SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write St. Petersburg.Fla. i-i3-2t Camellias, etc., at prices. to suit' the tithe, P !

difficulty! 'may! be oyercome by the'use for Catalogue and'price list. FOR SALE-Choice Budded Trees of leading 12'30-6t t' g '

4 of very large and costly plants; but of Oranges, Lemons and Grape "1X7ANTED-10,000 i or a year old sweet seedIf -
JENNINGS' NURSERY CO., Fruit. For prices, address D.K.TURNER,Lake- lings. G.I. TAJUER. ,Glen St.Mary.p1&.
at present, when extracted in a small Tbomaa'YWe. a. and, Fla. 12.23.t '
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Between Jacksonville and New York: First-class $25.60; Intermediate $19.00; Excursion 843.50; From New York. (STANDARD TIME.) From Jacksonrllle,
(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"........ Tuesday, Jan. a, at iroopm
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: Friday, Dec zgth, at 3 p m......... "IROQUOIS" ........Thursday, Jan 4th, a 130 P m
Monday, Jan 1st at 3 p Im........* "CHEROKEE" ........Sunday, Jan 7th, at430: am
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Wednesday Jan 3d, at3 p m......... "ALGONQUIN".Tuesday, Jan 9 .,at 5:30 am
Friday, Jan 5th,at 3 p m.......... "YEMAS EE" ........ Thursday, Jan nth, at 7:00am
k [Central or goo Meridian Time.] Monday Jan 8th, at 3 p m........ *"SEMINOIE" ........ Sunday, Jan 14th, at 9:00: a m

it t i Nacoochee..................................... ...........................Friday Feb ad, 3.30 p.m Wednesday, Jan roth,, ats pm.......... "IROQUOIS" ...............Tuesday, Jan iifloam:
Tallahassee..... .................. ...... ... .......................Saturday, Feb 3d 4.oop.m Friday, Jan 12th at 3 pm."CHEROKEE".........Thursday, Jan 18th,at x.oopm
t City of Augusta...............................:............. .. .... .... Monday, Feb 5th 5.3op.m Monday, Jan 15th at 3 pm."ALGONQUIN"........ ... ..... Sunday, .Jan 21st, at 4a m
Chattahoochee ..................................................... Wednesday, Feb 7th, 6.30 aIm Friday Wednesday Jan jan i7th 19th at at 3 3 pm pm.........""YKMASSEE"SEMINOLE".Thursday Tuesday,i' Jan Jan 330 25th, at at 5 7:30=30 a a n m

! Kansas City of Birmingham City..Friday................................................ Saturday,,Feb Feb loth 9th, 7.3op.m 7.30 a.m Monday jan 22d,at 3 pm..................*."IROQUOIS" ......... Sunday, Jan aSth, at 10:00: am.
Nacoochee....... ....................................... .............Monday, Feb iath IO.ooa.m Wednesday, Jan 24th at3 pm .CH KOKHR".Tuesdiy".... ... Jan 30th, at nyoa m
I Tallahassee...... ..................................................Wednesday.Feb, 12.oom Friday, Jan 26th at 3 p m."ALGONQUIN, .Thursday, Feb 1St, a. 1:00 pm
City of Augusta... .....................................................Friday, Feb 16th. 2.30 p.m Monday. JanagthTats pm..YEMASSHE".Sunday. .... Feb Feb 6th 4th, at 4:00a.m
Chattahoochee................................ ......................Saturday, Feb 17th, 3.3op.m Wednesday, Jan 31st ats pm..SHlINOLE"York Direct. Tuesday, at 4Joam
Kansas ........................................Monday, Feb 19th, 5.30 p.m For New
City of Birmingham.............. ........... ...................WednesdayFeb ,2ist 6.30a.m
Nacoochee .............. ...............................................Friday, Feb 23d, S.ooa.ra ST. LINE.
Tallahassee........................................... ...............Saturday, Feb 24th 7.oop.m JOHNS IVER
City of Augusta ...................................................... Monday, Feb 26th, io.ooa.rn
Chattahoochee' ............................................... ....Wednesday, Feb 2Sth, 12.00 m
For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
the St. Johns River.
Gate City.................................... .......... ..... ...... ....Thursday, Feb 1st, 2.30p.m
City of Macon ........................... .............. ............Thursday, Feb 8th, 6.3oa.m .
Gate City.... ............................ ...............-.............Thursday, Feb isth i.oop.m The elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers :
City of Macon ....................................... ................Thursday, Feb 22d, 7.ooa.m: 0 J
"Oity of J'a.oksorl.'V'ille,
FROM Capt. W. A. SHAW,
( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.) "E'red'k DeBa.ry "

Dessong.. ................... ........................................Thursday, Feb ist, 2.30 p.m ,
Dessong.................................................................. Sunday, Feb nth, 9.00 a.m Capt. T. W.LUND/Jx.,
i Dessong............................ ............................... .....Wednesday, Feb 21st,6.30 a.m Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville daily except Saturday, at 3.30 p.m., and from Sanford
daily except Sunday,at 9.00 a.m.
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line), offer to the Read down. Read up.
; Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Leave 3.30 pm............ ................Jacksonville........................ Arrive 11-4S pm
Through Ticket and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North East and Northwest via .. 8.30pm ................................I'alatka.............. .. .......... Leave 7.oopm
Savannah. For information and rooms apply to It 1.30 am.................................Astol'............. .............. 2.00 P m
J. P. BECKWITH, Sol. Agent. W. H. LUCAS, Fla. Pass.Agent I. 2.45 am.............................. St. Francis.......................... If 12'4.5 P m
71 West Bay Street, Jacksonville. 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville Ii 500 am..............................Beresford........................... If 1104.5 a m
>R.L. WALKER,Agent, C. G.ANDERSON Agent 6.00 am............ .................. Blue Spring ........................ 11.00 am
New Pier No.35, North River, New York. City Exchange Building Savanna Ga Arrive 8.00 am................................Sanford............................ If 9.00 am
RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents Lewis' Wharf, Boston. .. 9.15 am...............................En terprise ......................... If 9.10 a m
p W. L.JAMES,Agent 13 S.Third Street, Philadelphia.
J.D. HASHAGEN, Eastern Agent, Sav., Fla. & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway. N. Y. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville
A.DeW.SAMPSON General Agent, W. E.ARNOLD, Gen.Trav. Pass. Agt., Jacksonville Fla M. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager Bowling Green New York.
st., Boston. W. H. RHETT,
306 Washington Agent THEO. T. EGEIl, Traffic Manager, Bowling Green. New York.A. .
For Tickets; apply to S.. F.& W.Railway office. 317 Broadway, New York. York.F. .
i J. COLE Passenger Agent Bowling Green, New
M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
1 W. A. BOURS. ESTABLISHED 1875. J. B. BOURS. JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent,foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville, Fla.
J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Fla.

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

12 Routh Delaware Avenue. Philadelphia. S Bowling Green. New York.

Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers

*- r* 'VV"EST BAY t9''r., J'ACKSONvn.LE:: FLA.

We Handle Only the Best and MostReliable_ Seeds. A Comple Stock of THE DIRECT PHILADELPHIA ORANGE ROUTE.

Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, SAILING DAYS ,5 ,5? 88 88Through 4

L Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark. From Jacksonville '_' from Florida rates to

S. S. Brixham T-r Trenton Wllkes-
STATE AGENTS FOR leaves Jan. 1894 "' barre, Harrlsburg' ,
PURE GROUND BONE Buffalo, Albany,
S.S. South Portland _..' __ Scranton Pitts-
Tugeri-Illen Fertilizer Co. j NITRATE SODA leaves Jan. 2594 burg, Elmira, Syracuse -
r ,Rochester.leavesJan.9994 .
S. S. Brlxkam I .
Star Brand Fertilizers, MURIATE OF POTASH, ,,, ""


Oraenge Tree and Vegetable[ KAINIT

f7 Send These FERTILIZER.for Fertilizers Catalogue have superior in the market and a trial will convince. 35 cts per Box. 70 cts. per Barrel.

' President. Vice-President. Excellent wharf facilities. Fast time.


Cashier. CflPlTflli'$100,000.MERCHANTS' Assistant Cashier. Quick handling. Delivery in Philadelphiaat


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, Pier 8, South Wharves, in the very heartof

Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General .

Banking flusiness.CORRESPONDENCE the fruit trade.
INVITED. For other rates and particulars apply to '
.- .

John L. Marvin, A.DIRECTORS B. Campbell, I ,Chas. Marvin, W. A. SDBIERVItR Dr LB. DIEKMAN. ..L

P. Tallaferro, T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald,
W.Jas.. B. Clarkson, C. B. Rogers W. M. Davidson, Florida Ag't, Foot Newnan St Cen'l M'ff'r. 155 Dock St, .

H. John E. Hartrldffe. Jacksonville, Fla. Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr' .
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U' ___ _________w. ___ THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. ___ _


-,- .' ._J.,-="-"'-,_-"..--., ..-. ._,,: t AND NEW YORK.

T"HEIR' Brand of TRUCK FARMERS' SPECIAL produced the first best crop of the year,and the patrons of this brand have been very successful and made large sums ofT
money out of their crops the past year. Messrs. G. W. Bigelow and N.J. Anderson, of Bushnell, Fla., started their crops of Watermelons into market the latter part of May.
Mr. BIGELOW sold two cars in New York,through Sgobe1&. Day,for$456.00 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 Realized One-Third as Good Results. Wnte for full information regarding our different brands of Special Mixtures. '



TF YOU' CAN produce a car load of fine early melons from our Truck Farmers' Special and sell at $300 or over per car in New York,

:is itnot1. more remunerative than using slower and cheaper fertilizers ? Let us figure : A car of early melons that cut welWill bring

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 '

t/nat,.is not,carefully prepared or adapted to the crop and soil requirements of the State you get your melons into a late market and are .

fortunate if ih bring freight charges. Say, however, two later cars bring a, total of $300, you have double freight, amounting. to $220,
"finaicommission: $30, leaving only $50 as your net proceeds.-OBSERVE THE DIFFERENCE! '\


; s,.; .By: writing to us we can give you some valuable points on this subject and show you how to obtain remunerative crops.
:;.j .

m:7-: ;We give Remunerative Crops. Others furnish Theory. No. 50 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, *

/Out:Insecticide and Fertilizer Lime, prepared from O. S. Gas Lime, is giving splendid. results. Write for copies of the opinions of those who 'have carefuHj
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."

( ARCADIA, FLA., December I3thf 1893.
1l P g1ti *Fertilizer Co.,Jacksonville, Fla.:

GENTLEMEN.-I have read with much interest Prof. Pratt's analysis of your O. S. C.Lime, reported in the FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER of the 9th inst. I purchased two tons of you about three .
months ago and sowed it broadcast over two acres of newly cleared up bay-head land. I have now growing over 4,000 cabbages, 1,500 tomato plants,several hundred e jg plants,beets,lettuce, cauliflower
and onions all doing remarkably well,all of which I attribute to the use of your O. S. C.Lime. Less than four months ago this garden was a'wet, swampy bay-head. I have four acres. how to clear
up and shall use a ton to 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 JOHN to arrive CROSS:during 3
December,and will cut under all prices. Drop us a line for quotations. (Mention this paper.) .


THE SOUTH SIDE M'F'G CO., Petersburg, Va., manufacturers of the
"'SouthSide" Fruit and Vegetable Carrriers,the standard for ten years of excellenceand by the
style, will be glad to answer any questions about them. Send for illustrated
catalogues. and price list. Mailed free. L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co. 4

If-fl'- s ,

f. Wr rio A. Wilson. W. G. Toomer. OF PAWTUCKET, R. I.

WILSON & TOOMER, No Others Give Equal Results.

O. B. WEEKS, State Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
No. 8 JJostwIck'Block Corner Bay and Main Street }
TIB FEHTTIilZEt* tfOUSH OF FIiORIDA. Send for Pocket Memoranda Book.



: OF BLOOD AND BONE. F Sirs. John d g.I: Pristopher

--_. .. and Elihu Thomson.Are .
; appointed to sail from Pier 30, North River, every Saturday. From Jacksonville every Snu-
.. .. day,to suit the tide.
: : Rates on oranges,300 per box; hoc per barrel. New York pier is heated by steam and b located -
:r /H. J. BAKER & BRO.'S in the center of the fruit trade.
Rates from New York to Jacksonville are 20 per cent.lower than other lines. Insurance 1-, of r.o'
i percent.
:;_' : ._ Orange Tree Manure. General Freight Agent. Pier 30,North River,N. Y.
J. G. CHRISTOPHHR.General nager, Jacksonville. Pta,
Fruit and Vine Manure,

,.id ---. Special Tomato Manure, 'THE ,.

"::. Potato and Vegetable Manure.

,. i0tip Pure Ground Bone of Potash .
THE BEST. Read what others: say of it. Send for circulars and pric-
.. .
Ground Tobacco Stems (Seminole Brand), .('
list to T. X. GODBEY Waldo Fla. .
Best.Kentucky? Tobacco Stems Canada ;. ,

.." Hardwood Ashes, Nitrate of Soda, -2 PONY
: -
: Cotton S.eed'Meal, Sulphur w
f., ..*'..\:' By Barrel or Ton. Manufacturer's price $7.25. Given with this paper one year for 700. One-horse

; '. harrow and the paper one year, $5.00. _

:: W e-parr y Everything in the Fertilizer Line, and Make: TESTIl\XONIA.LA s

'. Low Prices and Prompt Shipments. Mr.T. K. Godbey: .
DEAR SIR.-To the
enterprising farmer I consider your Cultivators indispensable. For _
working young cotton or corn they cannot be beat. They climb the highest bed without trouble.
Yours truly, j.B.COLE
'.t ;

:' &
....4y--j j+ :' .... ., TOOlUrE"b:\, .. .. :" DEAR Sm.-The; New'South Cultivator Is giving% good satisfaction; in fact,for keeping Ike .
ground shallow
: 7'i" ", ... ; ,it Is the best tool we have ever aeen. We use It largely in our nursery.
,,rxtis.b.\ Iti. : ; i .. _. Yours truly CHKROKKK,
; 'IMa J: r NO1tSE1ZY.C0-a;
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