Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00053
 Material Information
Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title: Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title: Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: S. Powers
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1894
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00053
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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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:Powers, Publisher. and; Proprietor. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.., NOVEMBER:t1:1., I 1894. Whole' No. 1345 NEW SERIES.

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invited and stencils furnished on application. R eliable agents wanted at Jacksonville, Fla. .
: 0 all principal shipping points. .

0 First National Bank of'Jacksonville_ ;? :$ank Commerce, Buffalo, N. Y. Dun's and Brad-; > .
'r ,street's Agencies We have organized. to establish i .
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;- .., 'or". BUFFALO. NEW YORK., fruit, if necessary vent,gluts, over, having a cold spell fine or to ure5x: ,'/.?..:'.., ;

REFERENCES Bank Commerce, Buffalo,-N. Y. Dun's and Bradstreet's Agencies.. t
FraudFruitWrappes ..

,, S8'ED RYE, Q. ::rSt GLQSL; hR- Storage- ,. Capacity and Very" >-' .':'.>. i"

",.. Genuine- Florida. .. u'Crown.. Rye. $2.50 per,bu.; Texas. Red Rust-Proof. Cheap. -5. 5 A
NO; MORE CHEATING. Oats;75 ce'ntsper bu. -- .1 -5
,Crimson Clover; Ib. by mail post paid 30 cents; in 5-lb lots and above We flatter ourselves that we cansave the' ,-, .
by express: freight, 16 cents per-lb.;' Alfalfa or Lucerne, Ib by,mall post. growers'. great deal ,6 t: money by our system .: ..:: "
Consumers of' Fruit _Wrappers may, 30 cents; -lb lots and;above byexpress; or.frelght,' 1S'cents-per; not pledged to any one" ,but simply to do the be.tf'. "?{ :\

; now know that they get an:honest ream l or-Japan-Clover. ,f rel'ght, 3.6 cents. lb p post.rlb.;, PBrld,'40 cents.; '5'lb Jots- and, above.. bY, express-- 5 .for. our patrons., S of 480 sheets and not 400 320 sheets '"" :
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:t to'ream as some unscrupulous:l:dealers 'H 'H4 r.v: S'G$' die CO.' ,S> cLa9MI.K.: .. Give Us "'a Trial. .'>< 11

supply. .Catalogue free application I n.terlaphen; Florida\ '-' .."t:i

Free on application. The New ;B. ar. BAER '-y j .- |:
((1894'-95)) Catalogue of theQLEF ,
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:' Wrappers are put up in packages ... + .t" ... ,., ... .._ 1 CORRESPONDENT .: S
of 1000 each, and each Wrapper ,is Gives the results of : U
19 years experience the Hardy Trifoliata in the U. S.;
numbered: in printing. .consecutively describes over 300 varieties offered for Florida and Lower:South, embracing: SAVINGS AND TRUST,BANK :;|
from 1 to'1000. Noonan '
of Florida. "
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our prices.: Send for samples l and prices. (Which i makes_vigorous, productive trees th t.1>ear'y"oung and STAND'COI.D., .)' A full'line !I'FiE 'J': ';
i to- of orange and ot.her-atru fruits, on both orange and trifoliata stocks;peaches,pears,'plumsJapan .' ,:. .'.
persimmons; figs/grapes, apricots olives/mulberries,.. ... pomegranates, n1t'trces, etc., also orna60 !
'iisctuding > ('00 : -

r JERSEY CITY, N.-J. Varieties of:Roses Adapted to this Climate. : ;

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Br&dl B. LEARNINGIn : .. .
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t" ', ... .. Has a full Faculty' of able Pro'essors. rood' .
ESTABLISHED, 1871..JJ<: .. .some,parts of.the.country: ,'at least,.that"THEY MUST;-HA.VB AN EARLY ORANGE,or no equipment in laboratories and Shops. Gives' ..... ':'r-;:
range.at albs They are also learning that BOOLE'S EARLY is not only the Earliest,but Best: Five Fuji Cow: Instruction
7 REDFIELD & .SON 1 and:nearest to a Seedless Orange of any"now-grown. Budded T'rees'of thIS and other varieties ". "<'.,.
c now for sale.v ,Sample.... orangeaby. mail" ,for:joe-,each,-to pay postage! CATALOGUE FREE' THE,AGKICUI/TUBAI-. J ;

/ c?:IA., BOONE, Agent. 4 THE MECHANICAL '. '...'.

'. C m.mJssiqn' rchants! -- Semi-Tropical Nurseries,Orlando,_Fla j :1-: ,THE'THE WOMEN'S LATIN 'SCIENTIFIC ..z': ':,. Sb '.J

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in ess"ha11 for $10 per month; Young women j
: :QATALQQUE and' MANUAL boards with, private families in town,$10 to$rs'a"S; : ;

141 Dock Street, Philadelphia, J'a. l will be found invaluable;; We Can supply'aU Fruits as'grown in the South da.Next month.- No tuition charged residents of
besides Ornamental and Useful-Plants and:Trees from'th ."Four.Quarters begins OCTOBER FJorf'.i':
We handle all kinds of Fruits.and Vegetables ww o Q'of' oithe; Iartb.:''*(FrbJ nirAloe to Zingiber/.) 'Write t !day.!' -, to?ForCataIogue: giving; full information: "'", ,
either afprivate sale(which'has heretofore been 4 :A S 'ECIALLYFINE LOT OF CITRUS TREES"CHEAP. -' :::1
auction ,t -S '. r" ..Ot-CLl1T.E.Prpaldent., S "
custom) the "
fi our or by system (recently r j .
'added, out business. )as.you may.desire. .. '. t 2 ; REASONIJH $RO 8., Oneco, Fla. ; T.LaheCity'Florids.f, :
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Kw: Numerous tests have conclusively demonstrated. the COCCIDICIDE is fatal to'the aleyrodes(white fly) in all of its stages of development. It can, however -
,be more effectively reached while in the egg,.larva and pupa? states. It is now in those states, but will commence hatching the fly about the middle of June.

low_ is tie Time: : to: Apply.It .
is also fatal to the Spiders,Rust Mites and their eggs,and to the Scale without reference to the hatching periods.'A


THE OLD RELIABLE. Always on hand at the reduced rate. Will do all that is claimed for it. :, :N.
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". ., A'splendid appliance for groves that are irrigated. Will greatly reduce the cost 01 using insecticides. Rubber hose(all sizes),plain and wire bound .
'." Cargo will arrive in June. Special rates for orders to be shipped from vessel. Pine.box sides,kiln dried heads,hoops,paper,nails,etc. Pineapple crates and other growers supplies.


.,;,, '* The. rate for transporting Insecticides has been reduced from 6th class to class "K." A reduction of more than 50.per cent.

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f -: Having been practical orange growers for a number of years; also in the business of manufacturing Insecticides and using them our-
F.. /tf* selves for the last ten years, we speak from experience when we make the following statement:

.;sr... .' '' -1.' ., That, SULPHUR SOLUTION INSECTICIDE is by far the cheapest and best preparation yet offered to the orange grower.:

.:.: flt'has never yet been) Adulterated or Diluted 4n, any form whatever in ,order to Lower the Price. as

.- other Insecticides have; been throughout the State, -

But is.always uniform in strength and can be depended on to'accomplish the purpose for which it was made. It can be spray edon;

the trees, ,at any stage of growth, without injury to them or the persons using it. _

As sulphur will not kill all insects affecting the orange tree, we have perfected another insecticide, known as Tar Emulsion :which

"\ is very effective in destroying Aleyrodes Citri (commonly known..as the White Fly), also.the Red Spider (not the Spotted mite or Yellow
Spider), and used in combination! with Sulphur Solution it will give better results than any insecticide ever used.

We have tested it thoroughly the past two years ourselves and know whereof we speak.

These insecticides have been used by some of the largest orange growers in the State and have given perfect satisfaction.

References and general directions for using furnished on application.Write ,"

-k. for Price-List. .

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Actually and Honestly Made from Animal Bone

This is a Guaranteed Fact. JACa soVTcI4E.
The Oldest National Bank in the State. .
Standard Guano & Chemical M'fg Co .
This Bank,after twenty years of successful business,has just undergone a rigid special examination .
; by the United States Comptroller's Department,and has had its charter extended for an
other period of twenty years
No. 14..Union St., New Orleans, La. By conservative,yet liberal methods",this bank.has achieved the highest reputation for solidity.
strength and ability to meet all legitimate demands.We
invite a visit or correspondence,looking toward business relations,assuring you that your
OSCAR H. NOLAN, State Agent. favors shall at all times receive intelligent and careful attention.
Write for Almanac,.Prices, etc. Jacksonville, Fla. .J President. Cashier.

/: NURSERIES OF THE I Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.

Milwaukee Florida Orange Co.Selected POTASH FERTILIZING POR .

strains of Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruit Trees a speda lty. : ,
Budding-Wood for sale at all times. only
Our stock is large and complete. PROMPT'ATTENTION TO CORRESPONDENCE. *.,
For Catalogue and Price-I4st,address Containing/I Over 10 Per Cent of Potash.

A.' L. DUNCAN Dunedin Fla. Information and Pamphlets free.GERMAN : .
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Grove Orchard new the wasting body; this drop running I The Fruit Exchange Packery at Tangerines, Mandarins and lemons.
down the foot will furnish Daytona.The We also propose to make our office the
material for the nail on the big the, carpenters 'began wort on this headquarters: for all buyers visiting the

RAMBLING DOTS NO. 7. this one to keep the joints supple,while building Friday, November 2. It is Halifax coast, and will try to create -
another feeds the muscles, the bones; to be built at Kingston Station, just a special home market for our
the,eye, the ear, the teeth, etc. When north of Daytona, on a lot donated by brand packed and delivered f. o. b.
The Plow the Cause of Foot Rot. Rural forms'this word he uses up certain Mr. Kingston. The-manager, C. E., cars. It is reasonable to think that
Editor Parmer and Piult-Grower: elements by the action of brain Smith, thus describes in the Halifax many buyers will prefer to come to us
and muscle; the brain in conceivingthe Journal! : and purchase a brand of fruit, all
'Rural after investigating the trees,
decided,that if the trouble was caused sentence'and the muscle in writingit It is to be a substantial:! structure packed, the quality of which they can
by souring of the and it was local out. Some of the waste is thrownout 40x80 feet'in size, complete in all the depend on, rather than go to the expense -
sap the skin and much is of the various in
and not constitutional, it might be through best appliances for the rapid, convenient I visiting groves
ried by the veins back to the Heart, buying small and scattered
neutralized by soda if it was caused and economical handling of fruit, person,
by insects carbolic''acid; would put an and ,by the,aid,of the lungs and kid- from the trees to the finished package crops, and in spending valuable timein
it is cleansed and what is fit for hunting parties to pack for them.
end to them. neys in' the car, and we hope to be ready up
Rural volunteered to make a trial. use is used over again. If by some for business by the middle of N ov m- All fruit thus sold will of course be
He picked the worst'tree in the lot. condition of the heart, lungs, kidneysand ber. The utmost care will be observedin placed to ,the credit of the Exchange.'In .
When' he down to the job he ,liver or by any one of them a cer- .sorting, grading'and handling the packing small, lots of fruit, 'the
found that the sore was so offensive tain element is left out of the blood fruit, nothing but the best material grower oftentimes has odds and ends
that he would have given the job supply a certain portion of the body will be used, boxes will be lined and of each size left over, but not enoughto
it is against his principles to back to which that element belongs must packed in the best possible manner make a complete box of any size.
if suffer until the deficiency is supplied.Or At the Central packing house these
out. If he can't out' face forwardhe and a neat, attractive package made
( go if a ,certain element is left in the in instance. Each package will can be put in with other fruit and
,digs out the other way.) There every
blood through action or non-action of be branded Halifax River Oranges credit given the owner, thus saving
wad a sore on each side of. the body ,
s as large as a man's hand,and they wereso anyone of those members, disease packed by the Florida Fruit Exchange, fruit which would .probably be a loss
rotten that they stunk The gum follows.and, if not arrested, death en Daytona, Florida," and it will be the tg'him otherwise.
aim of the to establish a i The benefit of carload rates and
and loose matter was scraped managers
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with a putty knife. similar principle exists in a,tree. standard of excellence in the quality, sales for the small grower, combination .
Rural then took a pound of bicarbonate i Rural does not wish to say that a tree packing and appearance of each box, and many other advantages, can
of soda and put it into a pail of has a heart, kidneys, lungs and liver, I so the brand, as it becomes known in be,, gained through the patronage of
water,.and, after it was dissolved, witha as in a human body;; but it has a cir- the' markets of the country, will be this enterprise by the growers. The
one and one-half inch paint brush culation no less mysterious.Here eagerly sought after and readily sold building of central packing houses,
first painted the body of the tree as is an orange tree, the groundis on'its merits; for the buyer can depend controlled and managed by a solid
far.as he could reach ,and thendaubed_: filled with little roots, they containthe on the quality and kind of fruit corporation like .the Exchange; on a
it'in and all about the,sore, going overit mouths that suck in the foodsapand ineach package, whether he buys one firm (footing and well established.
five, or six times, getting it into all by contraction it is forced, up box or one hundred.Arrangements the confidence of"the growers has
been advocated those
the:cracks: the body to'the leaves. It forces out have been made with long by more
He then took one pint of crude carbolic I the little bud until it becomes'a limb, the railroad Co., so that growers ,at. a thoughtful ones having the future success -
acid and put it into a quart of. with leaves and blossoms and fruit.: distance from the packing house and of the orange industry at heart
water. It will not mix very well, but In the little bud the limb was in minia- along the line of the railroad, can The building of these packing houses'
that will make no difference, as you ture,shut up.like a telescope, and it is have their fruit sent there to be packed throughout the orange belt, well patronized -,
,wilt i! get on your brush the righ ,propor', forced out as one would force. out a by*sending word to the manager how by the growers with and backed'
tiops; and if it should be all acid it telescope. When the sap is elaboratedby many boxes they wish us to ship ; a by a corporation sufficient capi
wi l'not do any injury, if confined to being exposed to the atmosphere it cat will then be loaded with grove tal, means that the cloud of depression
the sore spot With the brush go over returns down the limb, carrying ele- boxes and left on' the siding nearest hanging over our industry for the.past
the-sore spot thoroughly. Do not'be ments to develop a bud here and there, the grove. THe boxes can then betaken few years has vanished, and future
afraid of the acid, brush or elbow making the embryo fruit, enlarging the to the grove, filled with fruit, prosperity y is assured.Pruning .
grease, going over it so no guilty'insect body by adding another ring of wood hauled back to the car, and the rail -+w-- '
should he be::the cause, may,e$. and bark, converting the roots that road company will take the car to the the Souppernong.
were suckers and pumpers into chan- packing house free of charge. If the D. R. Pillsbury, of Florida, writesin
cape.Although ten years, almost, have nels and conductors, and making fur- growers prefer, the Fruit Exchangewill : the American Agriculturist: "The
'passed since this treatment no one inpassing ther out new suckers and pumpers. be prepared to pick the fruit and idea of a scuppernong grape ,vine
through the grove would,pick When the'roots of a tree have been haul l same to car or packing house. pruning itself by means of its tendrilsis
out this tree, even if told to look for cut off and become dry and sealed up At the packing house a uniform all very well in theory, in practice,
it, unless he saw the scars, which are the sap made to enlarge'and extend charge of thirty'cents per box will be however, we find plenty of strong and
growing less every year. the roots can find no escape. It can made, for the;. standard orange; for wiry tendrils that try to prune by chok-
After this remedy is applied there is not go back, because it is not in con- mandarins and tangerines fifty cents ing off branches, but get grown over'
one thing more to do-stop plowing.The nection with the pumpers and feeders for a complete box of two half boxes, and soon disappear from sight. Having I
wholesale mutilation of the roots and there is no power to force i it back. and for lemons fifty cents per box. too many vines on myarbor I
is the sole cause of the trouble. Thereis Sap cannot run up and down a tree at These prices cove: all material, pack- thought to kill two by girdling, and
rjo} need to haul away the dirt or cut any-time. Rural has frequently read ing and loading on cars; when the took out two strips half an inch wide
'off the roots. how growers thought their trees were Exchange'picks and hauls the fruit, and nearly as deep, about six inches
Rural has, given this remedy to all saved from the freeze. They say that an extra charge will be made, depending apart.. -The result was a multitude of
who asked for it and now makes it when the cold came the sap went on distance to haul, etc. A sup- aerial roots and at the girdles a callous
public at request. It has saved thou. down into the roots and thus escaped ply of .box'material:: wraps, etc., will mass to cover the whole, and the vinein
sands of trees, and some of the best danger." What an accommodatinglot always' be on,hand.and for sale. 'no 'way hurt. The only way to
groves in the State.. of trees! Only think of a tree Please understand that when a grower manage a scuppernong is to extend
Rural has said that the cause of foot which, on the approach of a blizzard, brings us his fruit to pack it does the '''arbor, as it will cover an acre if
rot is the plow. Everything is'proof had the forethought to send its stockof not necessarily mean that he must oppo.rtunityoffers. I pruned mine one
of this-the location of the disease liquids down into the cellar to save ship it through the Exchange ; whilewe year by clipping what I thought was
and the season of the year when it them'from freezing! Why, it is funny will be glad to handle his fruit, we abouta fourth of the branches, when .;
commences or when it is worst.A enough to knock a man down stairs. will.pack, stencil,and send it whereverhe in full leaf, without any apparent effect = :
tree grows by the amount and As this accumulation of sap cannot go wishes us to.. On all fruit shipped good or bad. I have recently :
of In the through the Exchange an advance oi f sawed off three vines three
quality sap supplied. springthe back and as there is not room enoughin leaving on .
sap flows freely, pushing out the the mutilated roots for it, there is twenty-five cents per box will be madeto one arbor 35. by 125 feet, and if the
new twigs, leaves, and buds, and, by no other escape but through the bark.. the'shipper at this office, 'together structure was square I would prefer 4:.1.
coming; in contact with the atmos- It' comes out as gum, sweet at first, with the, charges,for packing, which but one vine to the whole. j
phere; it is elaborated or prepared to, but gradually growing acrid; and in a advance and,charges will be deducted Is.- I
renew the life, strength and vigor'of little while your tree has a sore shin or from, the sale fruit and balance re- During October 8,846 acres of land '
the tree. foot rot. mitted shipper. This amounts to were homesteaded in Florida and

The blood in a healthy person con- RURAL. an advance fifty-five cents per standard 5,720 acres were proved up,during. the.
tains all the elements,necessary, .to re- JLeuka, Fla. box, and seventy-five cents on same period.-Gainesville'Sun.

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Orange Planters True Value, Number One," Orange Planters True Value Number Three_ ,'-.V

Supplies all the :needs, of the bearing tree, Supplies all ,the: needs of the young. tree.: ,:.," 'l

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We solicit i the, ;inquiries! of the, orange, growers. of Florida. Correspondence, cheerfully answered. Pamphlets =. .
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How to' Extirpate 'Nut Grass. ,, or' summer-cultivated crop is harvested, .on trees are regularly planted 20x15 not know this, }but I do know :from :
Coco. plow and prepare the,land thoroughly ; feet. This distance will be increased many years of experience: that -no
A four-page'circul r, (illustrated' l) on seed it ,heavily ',to some winter: n;'a year or two, by the, removal of pecan: will keep for years .in Texas,
nut grass, its description and remedies,,, crop adapted to the soil. Crimson every other row, leaving the permanent Mr. Brown, to ,the contrary notwifhfc
has-just been issued from the Divisionof clover is 'the ,best for this purpose.in distance apart to,be 20x30', feet. standing. ,I would not hold: a crop
Botany of the United States' Department m9 localities, and is,at the same timea The trees are in excellent condition oC more than six months if I .expected '
of Agriculture. In accordance very profitable crop for improving growth, show good color. and care, get the true market value',or valued
with the instructions therein con- light soils and for winter grazing.i and: on the,first.forty acres set,in February -: my reputation. Within a "year the :
tained the plan of campaign to extirpatenut Winter vetch: may be used to advantage : 1893, we saw some fruit_ ,of nuts, many of them! are too rancid tobe t,'
grass is simply to prevent it maturing in some places j;; and cropping Villa Franca. and Genoa varieties at all.palatable. ;
seed above ground. Nearly everybody with rye or" rescue grass, for winter: which) in size, texture:an'4<;the smooth I have grown pecans for twenty :
thinks that the nuisance reproduces grazing, to be turned under: for green ,condition of the, rind, rivaled any imported years and eaten them for many more. ;
itself from the nut alone it propagates a thousand times, more leaving the land bare., The. winter\ formed that small shipments of these I 'bottoms' 'were:pecan forests we used .
from the seed. Hence, to effectually crop in i any case' should be, plowed ""first: fruits" from? the planting of 1893 to buy them from the Indians at 500 ';
and quickly destroy nut grass on any under: in the,spring and followed by'a. have'been madee, officials. of the per bushel and ate;them as freely/as. ; ,
land. infested, with it the soil should- be_. ,well-cultivated''summer crop.: The in company this fall. time and, stomachs would allow., The I'
frequently; stirred during the growingperiod creased fertility of the soil resultingfrom kernel worm was' then :much more _t
of summer, so as to stimulate this treatment. will enable the The Pecan In Texas. common than it.now, is. .
each tuber and seed to sprout.. The farmer much more easily to kill, out rg.etap root' theory,I cannot,sup- ;
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:
best; season for fighting it is between anY' remnant of( nut grass or 'other port;,it seems unreasonable. I would.
mid-summer and frost lime. Although weeds. Some time ago you published a let remind Mr. Swinhoe, however, that: .
myriads of the sprigs will show'themselves Extreme care should by exercisedthat ter on''pecan'. culture,signed, I think, the pecan is mono, ci9 US: ,that, ,the
above, ground in a day or two J. W. S Texas. ''I haven't time to "
only pure, seed, .be sown, ..for'bythe flowers, aments, which were:so,conspicuous
after each working of the soil, even in refer to that article nor Ito subsequentones
: thoughtless use of impure seed the were "fertilizing" starar:
the spring months, yet the seed stems farmer fostering( i ,:the ,evil which, at by other authors nor even to mate, flowers themselves., The pistill
will not shoot till late in the season write as fully as I should like on the .
up other times he is t 'yingby costly labor] ate or nut producing flowers are
and the secret of. success is to cut to prevent. e subject. Twill attempt, ,now, only to inconspicuous, but,.ought to hav-been: .
down, tall stem while in the / sustain J. W. S. in two or three assertions :
every ,.' present;; therefore "three or four,nuts"
flowering stage at the latest, and the which have been conceitedly was hardly affair crop. < :
earlier the better. The old method of Large: Lemon.Grove., tabooed by: some of your correspond In conclusion I will say that I_ ,do ; '

destroying coco, or'nut,grass, by cutting -, The ;editor of the Manatee Advo- ents. not ,know, who.J.. W., S. is ,and I maybe : ., ,
j it off beneath the ground every ,cate describes his visit to the grove of Some persons have an unfortunate 'defending my bitterest enemy. ; :''=%' .
time, a sprig appears above: the surfaceis the Manatee Lemon Company. It is habit of jumping conclusions Haying 'E. ,P. STILES.r :
a useless.expenditure of l labor. ,It protected by Terra. Ceia Bay-'on the j rnade no use of reason in arrivingat Austin,'Texas.. r' ..
is 'requisite only to, plow or chop down northwest. There is 140'acres in: lemons their: opinions,;,it,can :hardly. be expected : .- ," .' >-.
the grass at the regular intervals of and 25 in.oranges.: : By the accession that: they, can ,be reasoned out Ripening Tomatoes in Winter. ..
working Indian corn, ,collards, or any of J. H. Preston &: Co., of Providence of them; hence,it is ,not-for them thatI
other.:.crop. By the above, method two R.. I.,: to the company the \write, but rather for those'who are Among the many plan that'! have',! .
years: 'are ample time in which to rid capital has been lately increased to : seeking facts to bring them to a rea- been proposed. for saving the tomatoes:
any ground of coco. In fact,one sea $300,000, and it is intended to enlargethe sonable knowledge.It which remain unripe at the coming of'? :.
son ;is sufficient to subdud it, except grove in the next. two years tp ,was stated that worms ate through frost,we have found the following the :
that ins, bsequen ,years a few scatter- 350 acres. About twenty men are the' thin ,shell of pecan'nuts,and:destroyed most satisfactory :
ing sprigs,will show,themselves, which employed regularly, and this,number the kernel The '"statement When sharp frost is imminent gatherall : ,: .
can easily.be prevented ,from going to will be increased to'twenty'five'Five was made for Texas, not: for Florida the green' tomatoes' Wrap ,each .
,seed by close attention. One cause houses are ''provided for' the men of and in Texas it,is true; though, fortunately separate"In paper old. newspapers, ; f
that has,, enabled. ,coco, so long and ,so family and a barrack for 'the single, ,' this ;worm ,is not.a serious pest "will do. Now, i pack them, in' boxes, .
defiantly tp hold its,sway in the Southis men. Artesian water is used: Fifteen nor as serious.snow'as'it.used.to 'be in i and. store in a cool place, just warm: '
that,there are so few crops whichare 'acres of vegetables are cultivated earlier ,days. I have.known the enough to.'be secure from frost but not
hoed or plowed in the fall ,of the and"enough hay,was raised' to feed ten thickest shelled pecan nuts to be warm, the object being.to keep, not tp
year. horses and mules. perforated by!it. Of this worm I could ripen'th m. "Bringouts fewat a:time!
In addition' to the above methodsof All the' land is hammock, 'which be more;explicit: We have the husk as: they are wanted, and place in a '
destroying nut.grass by cultivationand was densely covered with :a:natural :worm;too,,so supposition in your warm ',lace to'ripen. a few days in ad: )
cutting, another, which has re, growth of cabbage pal ettoesandliv: mind does not explain it. !' vance. In this way we have, for; several 1 .. f
ceived: too little! attention may be: oaks';;the latter:have,all been.removed! The statement was also made:that years had sliced tomatoes on our !;1..
profitably applied. Choke it out witha l but. of the' former about onethird: re the thin shelled nut would not keep table up to the middle. of January.-: -; t
,After'the among'which' the:lelt so" well as.the thick shelled. I did N. C. Station. .
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bearing'orange trees. For bearing orange trees. For young orange trees Vegetable fertilizer. '
Ammonia................. '4 to 5 per cent. Ammonia...... ....... 3 to 4 per cent. Ammonia....'............... 5 to 6 per cent. Ammonia....... ...H... 5 to 6 per. ce 1 t.
Avail phos.acid......... 81o10 II Avail phos. acid. !.. 6 to. 8 '- Avail phos;acid;....... 7 to 8 *' Avail phos. acid ........ 6 to 8., *. .- ",
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The Pine in order to get ,himself established.on I September; they;,all .fruited,this.spring, : the freezing point, demonstrating that'

t' ;r. r a sound, footing, :'ami: a Yew have 'on their second crop i it may ,safely be classed among the
:.i ;" : I am opposed tothe railroads'controlling : hardy trees for sections below the aid

;3. Edited by JOHN BEACH Melbourne,:Ha. ; the democratic party of Florida ,''and ,now.Mr.. Washburn, of Fort Myers, now degree.Its .
'.I believe in the the' railroads ;
people ruling
/f, 1 writes the most ridiculous article it has remarkable vigor 'and rapid
.justly--this isa why am in' .favor
tit : Combination. the Modem Watch- of'a; railroad! commission;. ,Now, a:; 'few eVetbeen 'my i lot to read in,'your columns growth,together with.handsome broad
11" t ; word.,, flgures/will,how why we should have 'a : If is(J)6th.absurd' and ,untrustworthy evergreen leaves, symmetrical habit
:,} t Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:, railroad commission.with,full powers. 'A': for he says' he has 'been, allover arid so far freedom from insect depre-

;. J j The following, which appeared in. grower at Richmond, Va., can ship bar the:; State This is false, for lie .dations, makes this,one of 'the most
., rel of cabbage ,to', Jacksonville, Fl a., for
the Times-Union some months back,' 22 cents, flour barrel and 27 cents a sugar has never been, here. As to comparing valuable, trees"for" street t planting in the

!\ may,oe of i interest, I think, to the farmer barrel., ,A rower at Jacksonvillewho pines grown by'him, or others, at 'Southern cities. But its great eco
'. w;: and' fruit grower, who read these ships a, flour barrel of cabbage to Fort 'Myers .against .those grown ..at. nomic value consists in the camphor
columns: Mr. Blair puts forward the Richmond' over 'the identical. ,: has Avon Park, it happens, that ,I have; 'of(commerce_ .-which.it produces..Sam-.

.: ;,matter in very strong and forcible lan- to commission pay 74 cents., while; : Virginia Florida .has has.npne.railroad, A seen them'together. Fort Myers pines ples :of fgiim camphorprepared; in

?# guage.. Since the advent the new grower at New'York ships a sugar barrelof have been shipped to Fort Meade,.and r South Florida,_were pronounced by
railroad, the,pineapple'growers of this cabbage to Jacksonville for 27' cents; average, ,.should. judge,-nearly lob to: experts.equalling the.European refined
section have been better'served in the. A grower at Jacksonville, has'to pay'60 the barrel. The merchants there could 'article. To' prepare the cam-
matter of transportation than even the' ,cents to ship his to New York over the hardly sell them at .five' cents' each,. phor, the branches are"cut' 'and together -
same iine.4A grower: at New Orleans can while those' at Avon with the leaves broken in
taking everything into : grown by myself small
'J orange growers ship a 100-pound barrel of cabbage to AtIanter496 -
consideration. But ,there is'an ab- .miles-for 36 centS: A grower Park.:and shipjjecl'' to Fort,Meade'were pieces, these,are thrown .in vessels .of
stract lesson for all in' this article, at Jacksonville who ships to Atlanta-:' 'rapidly sold at .from fifteen cents,to,as boiling: .water/the cap of the vessels

which it will do, no harm to'consider only 351 miles--has' to pay 70' cents,'.or. high as forty-cents,,each, (the majority being lined with twisted rice straw -
'nearly.100, percent,' more' for,a'distanceof of them at cents' each. which the '
... 'and bring home to every one. It 145 miles less. Is.thatfair? The same twenty-five upon camphor deposited;
:.- teaches the truth I have so often harped is true of Mobile""'388 -miles. Can ,we My pine apples' have no,cover over: the sublimated,particles are; then further '
', 'upon, that we must combine or,go\under compete? Farmers, wake up and do 'or cement under them f, 'and they have refined by using-quick. ,lime and
"- This.i is the age of 'combination; your duty to, your family and'your' fellow nevercost me' more'than one [cent each, --charcoal, and are then ready for'mafrket. :

,the industrial struggles for supremacy p l oppressed neighbor. A grower ;atj per.year for fertilizing and cultivating.One ." .-P., J. Berckmaris, 'in American,
Quitman,;Ga.,-160.mil S7-Can ship car
like of the of Mr.Washburn's neighbors said Agriculturist.
military struggles past, are of melons l to' Jacksonville for'$18ybut; a ", ., "
f governed by the same ,general )laws; shipper at" Madison, Fla.;-110 miles- what few Mr.Washburn did. ,raise -cost; -: '
Mln union'there i is strength," _and those has to pay about $24. A shipper at Albany him about.a dollar,apiece.He : > Save the Cull Oranges"

who will not combine for mutual support Ga.,-- bout 200 miles-pays$10 .has ,been till :lately :the head ,of VVe commend to all growersthe
must:inevitably be 'underby freight on a car of.melons, while, a ship: the experiment station ,at Fort 'M y-, : orange:
swept i per at'Bushnell, Fla.;;142 miles-has to (following bit of good advice.from
had of dollars
the forces which 'combine ers plenty to experiment -
.organized ; '
pay$31: percar., A grower at'Acme,"Fla",' the Redland Facts :
with. has.he accomplished '
and work in mutual support.If about" 240 miles-pays 32 cents to ship1 But what ; "The new orange hardest is draw-
the. farmers will not combine''for a' box of oranges:Jacksonville. while; ? ,Nothing of the,slightest benefit :-' ing near. Indications, 'are.that once
their own self-protection;as a class,the an importer only pays 28 cents 30 (;to any one,- except making himself hundred
more we are to see ; tons
'other combined industries,with which cents to ship a'box:from Messina-about the laughing stock! of all South Florida : '
cull: "wasted''with effort
5,000 miles-to Philadelphia.. A grower oranges no to
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they have to deal will'naturally the at Los Angeles,Cal., pays 70 cents freightto i save them., It 'seems incredible, that
.better of them in the long run.. Monopolies -ship a box of oranges'to New York-'. Is"not l he the man. who stated that in this city of'enferprise, where r every
are not wrong at all. They about 2,800 miles-while a grower_ at Bar- he could make'seedling orange.trees, citizen knows' that fortune is. goingto
are the natural outgrowth of the i industrial tow, Fla;, has to pay.72 cents per box-: all under his) wonderful care, fruit in three a
waste in the cull after
rail, to New York;-only about 1,000 oranges year,
of mine
? pow'bu't
l of the : Or- years A neighbor
progress present age miles.'? year, should'goy: ? without eyed,..an"eflort
.gamzatipn' and consolidation cheapen .. i 'I. formerly of Xee county', who came "being.made to.save them. If a
r production and entail economy of la Comparison of,, Pineapples.. I here because he was frozen out there; great fortune were necessary to estab-
.bor. But it is:human nature to get all Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: weritf to> see this wonderful l tree and :
lish the'es
ay plant, :we could understand -
one can,and those who are progressive A week or '''two ago you published a lo' and behold found out'that'it was 'why nothing is done. Butas
.;' .enough to take advantage,of the principle letter from Mr; Pabor regarding the girdled by? wood: lic'e i arid dying fast. a matter of fact a' few dollars invested -

: of combination are naturally inclined fruiting 'of "pines.: Mr. Putney, a But this State Horticulturist. didn't 'in',stock ,by every citizen' whois
;. not only to take for themselves former resident of Avon Park, answered know it. WILLIAM i ,KING interested in the matter''would 'secure

f all the profit made and saved. by the 'this fully. Rev. J. H. White, .Avon Park Fla. .... .. the,i industry for the city arid return -
advantages of combination,but further of Merritts Island,- also, contributed a dolhrs invested
for cents ;
tQ use the-ppwet: given them 'over the reply throughyourcolurilI. As'both: Camphor Tree or Camphor Laurel., "It was thought a few months ago

unorganized individuals,>to still further of these gentleman; : are goodhorticult-, The camphor tree, Camphora offici-: that.this was in'a fair: way of accomplishment '-
strengthen' their position and profit urists,'I should think Mr. 'Pabor ought? t nalis, ,Laurus Camphora, ';Ginnamomum ,. but nothing has been 'said
themselves. This is ,human nature, to' be: satisfied. All I can say is iM Camphora, of various botanical for some months and it l looksas
4 "and any one would 'do the same' ins Pabor'will plant good' slips at the beginning authors, is a;,native of China and Ja- though no effort',was to be made.."'

such a position.If of the rainy season=he.must ,pan where,,its natural habitat i is in the We do not know the nature of the
the'agricultural' classes'could only take out the running oak roots before temperate" or sub-tropical wooded sec- rplant"! referred to by bur contemporary -

see the truth of the niatter and combine I the ,slips are planted and not' use a ,tioris. It:has long been cultivated ,- but would recommend that growers -

tHey could not; >l)1yhold their : grubbing hoe, amongst them .afterwards the south of Europe and has proven ,plant the culls 'about a foot deep
," r. 'owifand stand on'an even footing'with I -keep weeds hoed down with eminently succes ful i in' the. southern in ,the.orchards if they find no way of

the' monopolies, but, also take advantage '. a scuffle ,hoe, not allow them to get sections of Georgia, Louisiana and using them in the making of marmalade -
of the'' savihjg,commercial! two or three feet'high, give them half along'the gulf coast. ;.AtslNTew Orleans dried orange peel or Something

economy, which united action also'en- as: :much fertilizer tJ they put on'inother a tree now' twelve years old has aU of that kind. All we ask is that you

ails: .But I fear it will .be many years noted pine growing districts, tamed 'a height of thirty-five: feet, and ..don't try to work them off on us up

before''the old moss-backed farmer can then he can rely on 75 'per cent fruiting a diameter \of the body.of nearly"two here, in San Francisco, as'hasbeen the
-see this, or if he seed''.i if, can'subdue when two years old. If he will ,feet, Fruit has :been produced in time honered custom heretofore=

.his$ suspicions and prejudices enough, visit, his neighbor, Mr. DeHbff, who abundance. i in, Louisiana and South; California Fruit Grower.

to trust his neighbor. All monopolies (a' competent man, .he will see what Florida. A_f-Augusta,.Georgia' young .. ... .
.. at first make sacrifices tojget: .started, pines will' do with a little'care: plants brie year old from seed have Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
.. and the farmer must make sacrifices I set out suckers two years ago last withstood a cold'of 14 degrees below World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.




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Farmer j$ Trucker acre of sweet, nutritious hay to each There are some important errors_ in plan .to run the seed through a fanningmill

cutting. the above. Bermuda grass makes excellent shortly after gathering. This
Bermuda grass, blue grass, is naturally hay on strong soils,but in Florida cleans the seed and destroys many
Strawberries. adapted to our soil, is generally it very seldom, if ever, grows high eggs on-the bean. Garden peas and
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: distributed throughout the State, and enough to furnish a swath. The crimson beans kept for seed and cow

The roots of strawberries planted makes a superior quality of hay, said yellow and; Mexican varieties of should, always be treated with peas this
to be more nutritious than timothy. clover have been tried in
October ist are now extending'rapidly before being stored away
Orchard grass, blue grass, timothy a small in West and Middle Florida and
across the row, so we must give way as soon as possible after being
and many other'varieties.of Northern i but in South Florida they are more harvested.
them the last deep cultivation for the Place the loose seeds in a
season. Strong, thick ,runners are hay grasses have, been placed in a often ,a failure than a success. The tight barrel which should not be quite'

pushing out, which must be pinchedoff small way in Florida, and most of :. same is true of timothy, orchard, blue full. On top of the seeds place a*saucer -
them have done well. Several varieties
promptly twice a. week. A few and other Northern grasses. It is not containing three or four tablespoonfuls -
plants of Haverland show a few blos- of clover .:also have been fried 1 likely that they will ever come into I of the bi-sulphide., Cover

soms. Perhaps we will have berriesfor successfully. j general use as meadow grasses. In the 'barrel tightly .with a cover upon
Christmas dinner. Crab grass and crowfoot grass grow i fact, the greater part of the hay'grown which should be placed a heavy clothof
luxuriantly over the State., Both i i in Florida must always be produced, kind
Last few rubber
spring we sent a plants to any: except or'oil cloth.
make.excellent hay. They grow spontaneously i from annual or plants. The
Northern New York to be propagatedand grasses bi-sulphide. will quickly 'vaporizeand
in almost all
sent back in October. The'variety cotton corn penetrate the entire mass of seeds,
fields.after the main has
is Nunan,and it now shows quite crop been :Pea and Bean Weevils. killing every grub and beetle. Allow
laid and
by, although not so easily 1 the covered barrel
twice the vigor of home-grown plants. to stand for twenty-
harvested as in a meadow, large quan- Many hundred bushels of garden f four hours '
We will report later what the results then remove the cover and
tities of this fine hay are annually peas and beans, cow peas arid soja j permit the fumes to Never
are.Do saved from between the corn and cot-' I beans will be destroyed by weevils in t into escape.
you enjoy gardening for any- bring a light or near the room
thing,outside of the pecuniary results? ton rows. this State during the coming winter, while the fumes can be smelled,'as bi
If so, here is something for you to The beggarweed, also native in the unless proper treatment be used. sulphide of carbon is very inflammable.The .
study. Take. a strawberry leaf, and fields, yields first a fipe green forage, These weevils are,two species of the smell of this liquid is objectionable -
and later, when rightly cured, a good genus Bruchus. B. pisi, the pea wee-
but it
from it tell us the color of the berry; is'not lasting. The bi-sul-
hay that is greedily,eaten by all stock. :vil, is the larger and is blackish with
its size, its form, its quality, and how phide may notkill the eggs, and 'to insure -
Pea vines also
make excellent hay. white spots. It attacks only garden
it is. If
prolific you have access to a complete 'satisfaction repeat the
bed or several varieties you will heighten Fodder-corn can be grown on even the, peas, never garden beans or the cow sulphide treatment after thirtydays.
the interest of the. poorest lands. pea, which is a true bean. The bean Bi-sulphide of carbon be orderedin
study.A. Mr. Robert Bradford of Bradford- weevil B. fabse is may
L. R. a rather sm ll:yellowish quart or pint cans from dealer
t :ville,Leon county,on one occasion cut f hairy insect. This weevil never I in chemicals for about 'cents

Hay Making Florida.,; eighty,tons of fodder corn from a six-: ,attacks garden peas, but is the greatest per pound. Most druggists twenty can'sup
acre field. The .cost of productionwas pest of the cow Both -
peas. it
species in,
ply smaller
Hundreds of carloads of quantities but at a
hay'fare an
only forty cents' tori. their the
lay eggs upon growing:
higher price.-N. C. ExperimentalStation.
nually brought ,into Florida for home Experiment has shown that even the pods in the field and garden. The .

consumption that could, be producedin I despised coffee weed, when cut while eggs hatch in a few days and the ,t ,
this State. young, yields hay that cows. will eat' young grub bores its way i into the
The crop statistics of the 'Florida a in preference to almost any other fod- seeds. The grub lives within the seed Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder

Bureau of Agriculture, show that i in" der. until i it has completed its growth and Most Perfect Made. ... f
1891 thirty-two counties reported hay Oats, millet, barley and corn can be become perfect or winged insect. .. \

among their crops. From 6,692 acres raised at small cost,and each furnishesa The pea weevil never lays her eggs Experiments conducted by the Wis-

'were produced 9,016, tons,.valued at plentiful supply of feed. upon hard or mature seeds; the bean consin station indicate that, with a
12083175. In '1892 twenty-five It is manifest, therefore, that an weevil in a warm climate like ours better water supply,. well under control -
counties reported 7,699 tons from abundance of forage can be obtained grows from the egg to the winged ,, crops would be greatly increased
5,875 acres, valued at $120,567., This from native grasses and plants'' that state in about two months. The fe- if not doubled, even in that State ot ,
shows a fall off, for which there seemsto need only to be systematically caredfor .ma'e at once lays her eggs upon the generous.rainfall. Of course, every

be no reasonable explanation. to supply all home necessities and hard and mature beans or cow peas, farmer ,desires, to secure as large a
The native Florida grass makes excellent leave a surplus for those to buy who and these in turn mature and produce yield as possible from every crop that
hay. There is no expense forseed cannot cure their own fodder. The other insects and the process may he plants. But the question arises,

or planting. It is necessary only farmer who solves most satisfactorily .continue, as many farmers know to if water ,will enable him to obtain
to break the ground ,and ,harrow i it, the problem of profitable agricultureis their cost, until the whole package of f twice as )large a yield, will he not

aid the grass grows abundantly? and the one who produces, first, all that beans or cow peas is consumed .drain.'the soil twice as rapidly? If so,
rapidly, yielding largely a that he needs for his and secondly REMEDY. The
crop own use, cheapest and most i he must use fertilizers correspondingly,
can be harvested twice a year, and as much as he can of surplus, for. effective remedy for both weevils i is or else the complete exhaustion of the
making from two,to three'' tons to the the,use of others.Florida Citizen. \bi-sulphide of carbon. It is 'a good soil will. :. ;:come much sooner. '

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THE FLORIDA FARMER AOTTFBUrr-GHOWER.. .. 727.Poultty. .,_ :.:."';
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acid. We tried both remedies in ex- POPULAR FARM :
I. tremely small; quantities and had no ,

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more plague this ,
Edited by S. S.DeLANOY,Apopka, Fla. '-when on account of hunters, the ,
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The-Indian Game.--.r---. turkeys had to be kept in the same Opinion"of the Press.

field ,with the chickens. It is said '
A correspondent writes, "I would The Vice-President of the Florida Poultry As-
that sulphur will kill young turkeys, sociation and editor of the South Florida Home
like to have you explain the difference makes the following comments on the exhibitat
arid as they persisted in forcing their
South Florida
between the and the
Frayne Sharp
way.into,the chickens' feeding frameswe The next in order comes the Popular Poultry
strains of Indian
Games. had to discontinue the use of sul 4 Farm Apopka, S. S. DeLinoy, proprietor with
I have handled a number of cocks phur; 'therefore the sorehead reappeared one trio each of Langshans, Indian Cams,
and cockerels that came from White Leghorns and Blac'k Minorcas-and four
in a flock of twelve young chicks,
4 better trios were seldom seen. The Indian
and also northern breeders' yards
all of which one Buff Wyandotte -
Games were the best we have ever seen and
having an ugly rose comb on their
took;the disease:and died.I easily won the blue card as did the White Leg-
foreheads. You will observe that the
merely+ate the (facts as they pre- h> rns and Minorcas. The Langshans ought to
cocks on all\ poultry cuts are without sented themselves, without assertingfor =-=-- have had the first,but through an oversight of

that rose comb. truth that and the Judge it was'given to A pair that were dis-
a positive sulphur '
A true rose comb would be entirelyout carbolic acid will sorehead. qualified.The
prevent above coming from a breeder of experience -
of place on a Game cock; a bird Carbolic acid is one of the best medi- .is worth the attention of all who contem-

having such a comb we should call cines to be used in a poultry yard. It ----- plate Send the stamp purchase for catalogue.of fowls or eggs. 1\';'-._,

impure. is a,certain cure for diarrhea in young

Perhaps our correspondent 'really chicks, and has saved the life of manya I S. (S. DeI4A1 T W. PROP. I

means an overgrown'g" pea comb., which turkey. Very little, however, of the .

often occurs, arid sometimes lops over. nauseous stuff should be put in their whenever I see any swelling or unnatural Last winter D. Joyce made the.ex.

The first prize winner at the last New feed; they dislike,it so much that thereis look about the heads of my periment, in a small way, of trying to

York show had such a comb, his other little danger of their eating enoughto young chicks I know that a good raise egg plant. Prior to that time very

qualities being sufficient to overcome hurt them. many"of them have'sore throats, andas few had been successful, ''that line of

that bad defect. The comb shouldbe The is do fowls that M. D. said I have but from'less'' than
question receive a lady no pa- vegetables, an,acre
pea, sit:firmly on the head, and the head ? I workto last his
proper care ever get sore tience to doctor symptoms. season returns were over $500.

smaller the better. Filth and starvation with their natural cure the real disease, viz., putridsore This season-Major Briggs and Mr.Joyceare

As to the, difference between the results lice factors in in eleven of this -
are potent : any throat.I partners acres profitable
Frayne and Sharp strain, there shouldbe disease. It is hered- and indications
poultry certainly plant, present
feeding grain. I feed
but little all Indian Games shouldbe any
as itary too, for who has not bought dol- point to a most favorable result. Your ."
soft feed cooked hominy and
bred 'to'a certain standard. Pos only ,
lar eggs to find them hatching things I correspondent had, the pleasure, of a
strain is of little bran, sweet potatoes, turnips, &c Ina ,
sibly the Frayne a
that halt lame blind and ? the and
were crazy trip through egg plant tomato
few week' the disease is
days or a arrested -
lighter ground color, and with slightly The cocks we saved out of the last dol. farm now under the supervision of Mr.-
narrower lacing, thus giving them a all became affected with and a gradual cure follows. I ,
lar eggs run- Joyce, and found tomatoes in all
never feed corn or corn meal in sum-
lighter appearance.We ning sores on their combs. Buying stages of growth, from seed to large
mer as I regard it unsuited for
also noted difference in very '
'a from in which
eggs' hatching a yard plants, nearly ready blossom. The
warm weather and the sharp points of
the color of the laying a ,
eggs any disease is epidemic is likely to egg-plants were very healthy looking
the kernels cause throat trouble.
trifle smaller and darker tinted may
egg. prove an expensive investment.I and far advanced,over, any others in
Of'course I don't hatch as
Probably a good many Indiam Game could with the many this
give experience vicinity. Mr. Joyce expects to
chicks Mr. Francis I
as neighbor, ,
cuts represent dubbed birds, as some buff breeds but for : my make few the
new beg a shipments coming
who said he only saved 100 out of 380
of them show no signs of comb.
this much Will week the demand with
intruding upon space. being good a
chicks but I hatch 150 to a :
Another' correspondent asks if Idon't 225 year
not Mr. DeLanoy tell us all about market of from $i 50 to $2.00 per
and I have not lost five since 1876
think, Games need heavy feedingto I
successful raising. dozen. A fair estimate
turkey of such! a cropas
from putrid sore throat, or warts, or
do their best.Decidedly .
Miss B. this one wouldbe about 100 bbls
Games sorehead, or all put together.So .
not. Indian are ,
per acre, or about 1000 bbls from the
bred especially for table fowls and will Thanks for this interesting commu- many have a habit of throwing: crop. The barrels will be made in

take on flesh rapidly. Over feeding nication. Would be pleased to have down corn or corn cracked into a pile Winter Haven from material shipped .

would soon show itself with' double- your experience with the new Buff in the filthiest part of the yard, and here'by Mr. Briggs. Their prospectsfor

yolked eggs, weighing about fourto breeds. As the editor don't pretendto the roosters and,big hens get a gorge a bonanza in vegetables is certainly

the pound. Under feeding is know much about turkeys he hopes and, ,the poor pullets and half grown very fine. Among other things is

in order rather than heavy feeding, some of the readers will be kind cockerels only manage to snatch a few nearly an acre of green peppers..

and making them work for what they enough to,tell us all about successful of,the poorest kernels., Young stock Bartow C. I.

get, and they will work, and forage in. turkey raising in Florida. need more food than those that are .

dustriously if they are compelled to, whether it is steers .
.. grown, boys or Messrs. Bertola & ,Corell have re-,
while, on the other hand, if allowedto pullets or pigs. And to expect young
their fill will swallow it Warts or Sorehead in Fowls. ceived returns for over 2000 boxes of.
eat they birds to grow well or have good health
down as though it was the last meal Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: when continually pecked and struck oranges shipped to Europe, and their
of the whole has been 16
they expected for 48 hours, and.a sur- A great many poultrymen claim and run over by larger birds is to ex- average $4 'box about .
shillings or $2.50"on
plus was necessary to carry them over.' that this disease is the worst in Flor- pect:an impossibility. When I go to per ,

In fact, they won't let up, until theyare ida, and some, even declare that it does feed'my fowls grain I take a measure from the tree. 'City:r;hey, are now.shipping _
Orange Enterprise pointson
just about ready to burst. With more'damage than all the rest. Many of wheat in my left hand and scatterit ,
the coast Crescent and Lake
such feeding, carried on for a week or have called it a southern form of roup. with my right, far and wide, walking George, besides, from this point. All ,

so, they become so fat they can hardly I have always doubted this. Now rapidly around a large circle, and, of them
fruit shipped through must
waddle; then good by to eggs. ,They comes a scientific man who says the course, the mostactive, birds get their with their diamond B. & .be.C.

would be in the pink of condition for bacilli warts and roup are not the crops filled if the lazy old hens don't. brand.stamped DeLand Record.

the roasting pan, and fit subjects fort same." Mr. Fries seems to think I never1/fear that the birds will not be

table of a King.S. there are two diseases. I am not sure able \\to see every grain in the grass,

S. DELANOY. as to that. weeds and litter, as I am sure their '

,As to bugs or mosquitoes causingthis eyesight ,was made, to see every little HATCH CHICKENS BY STEAMWITH
these diseases I consider it tidbit THE MODEL
Chicken Medicine. or not microscopic. EXCELSIOR INCUBATOR.

Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: more than'doubtful.. It generally attacks Asto? 'results, I have the healthiestand Tbotiftanda In SuecensfnJ -

Several years ago .sorehead broke half or less than half grown best paying flock of fowls that I I SIMPLE PERFECT Operation aadSELF.RE6IJLAT1k9.

out amongst our chickens, and some chickens as far as I have seen,in.this have:seen,, ,or heard of, and"a much, Guaranteed to hutch.* .

of them died. One day while we were vicinity, and in my humble opinion'is traveled man said he never saw sucha fertile larger eggs percentage at 1 CM cost of,

washing them with a solution of borax, I caused by filthy water, filthy houses, pretty sight of poultry in his life. ,Lowed First clue priced than 8eDd6c.torDJu.a.Oataloc.any other IncubUor. .

vinegar and bluestone an old negress' and by feeding corn either whole or Still once in'a'while I lose one from I EO.Hateber II.8T made.AIIL.1| t.12&Circulars 6U18t..Qa.aey.m me.I .

came along and told us that soreheadis cracked. The worst spell have. had carelessness or,neglect. I

caused by "maggots in dar craps, of it was in 1876. When I came'back \ M. CHESEBRO. II I A' RUNGTON'NURSERIES-Send at once for

and that if yo' feeds 'em sulphur,dey from the North in August nearly all Plummers, Fla. Florida.our new Elegant catalogue and of costly everything prizes never adapted before to

wont never hab no mo' sorehead." my young fowls had it. I lost a,few, -....'- I offered 'by any nursery company. Established .
stated that she recovered with the loss of an Dr. Price's ,Baking Powder over twenty years Address Robert G. Bldwell,
Another woman pre- some eye I Arlington Nurseries, Orlando, Fla.,Box 147.
vents this disease by feeding carbolic and the rest' got well. Since that, World' Fair Highest( Award. I 10-30-4

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728.. __, __ ______, THE 'FLORIDA.. .-- ,-- .'FJLR&ER" AND .'PR =GROW) R.

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: StateNews f Our 'Rural' l Home. neglected, ,Kis.wife in a flurry to don I '4' = Awarded-
'" heir Prince Albert coat, to attend lecture Highest Honors-World's Fa
or meeting.i The only subject she
C. F. A. Bielby of the fruit Exchange Edited by MINNIE, GILMORE MILLS, talks of.is,"woman's rights," how tired( ;

was in town'Thursday,,looking St.Thomas Fla. she, is,from attending, the 'meeting in

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up a location for a, prospective packing r *f\0-\t 1 > 1 r i IILJ II < ( H > r* i i ir irA the afternoon, but must go to "boom"
house.-Orange City,Times. Little Blue. Slipper. their candidate. She cannot wait to

The farmers for quite a territory 'Tis only a')little blue slipper, partake of the evening meal with hus- $
around Lake City are now bringing in That baby' foot once wore, band and children, for fear of being
their rice to the rice mill at Lake City From rfibox of',relics that's fallen, late. Will he eat his meal with the

for cleaning and preparing .it for'sale And' lying,upon the floor;, children, then see that'they get ,to bed, I
How etlI remember the.summers
1 as well as for home ,use. But a few When.the p : : ; childrenromped: at,ease,, (dirt and,all, of course), read some of
years,ago all the'rice sold,in La ke City In tl1-old home, 'neath the'branches the papers on the stand about how

was imported, now we ,not only supply Of,the gnarled old apple trees. Mrs. So and so will be the next, Pres- tithiNG.PODfli.
the home demand but export as ident. All the papers are of, womans'
This is the di- TI ere,w always the!sotin"d'f singing, of this would
well., a step, in ,right; rights, course, woman
Of children in, glee
other such.enter ; have other. Or will'he drink
rection-let us push There no a cup
,was always some .one swinging,
prises.Lake City Reporter.The ,' Beneath the apple tree'; of tea or coffee, get put of the houseas
And there.was the bonnie cousin, soon as possible, repair to the saloon -
Floridian' mentions result PERFECT MADE
The dainty i wee Minriae,* there to.. meet the other men
of the building of'th'e Carrabelle arid In whose,long golden tresses whose wives are for woman's rights, A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. !Pm
Tallahassee railroad; the.: ,star1i g: 'of The sunshine loved to stay. from Ammonia,Alum.or any other, adult Tll.
and, amid their drinking, condole
six:, lively towns, a wood-yard great 40 YEARS THE..STANDARD
with each other their loss of
There were brothers,sisters cousins- over
i in the and business
increase ,fish oyster, home.
How far t -day they roani-
) ,, two Gulf coast resorts, a,line of The Piano.
But this little blue slipper brings them How much more pleasant, is the
four steamers from Carrabelle to Pen- Back, with the dear old home; picture, of a home in order, ,the clean- The. climate, the location of the
sacola,a ten-ton ice factory, four steam 'Tis a ,tiny thing, that Sydney,
faced little for house and the position in which the
ones watching papa,
railroad In his loving, teasing'yay,
three sawmills hotels, one and dry-kiln, new ,houses.shops, Put into my hand to keep; always. "- while the wife prepares the evening piano stands have much to do with its
} many) And I keep it for him today.He meal? When the tired husband management.It .
The of the road A.
manager Major J. comes, he is greeted by wife and children is must be borne in mind that too
McDuffie, has, sent out. canvassers to is now pulling the slipper
with a loving,kiss. All sit downto great heat and dryness are more inju-
see if the farmers will ,not.agree: to From a baby foot in play,
rious to piano than the'moder
,the meal together, take their time a te
While blue like
big papa'sLaugh -
enough to justify the es eyes :
plantcane tablishment: in his face to-day; and talk of the pleasures of the day. dampness it,is likely be subjected to
a sugar refinery.The And the wee and dainty maiden- When they finish, papa and the chil- in any ordinary dwelling.. If the
railroad,from Lisbon to Em- Thepet of the cousins i all- dren repair to the pleasant sitting- sounding board gets too dry it is likely -

eralda seems'to be an assured*fact. It In Bolds"other'gay and smiling hearts girlhood in thrall., room to have a little romp, before to crack; then the piano-is a hope
will :be six miles longhand the work their bedtime. Mamma clears away the less wreck. Too much moisture makes
grading The iron dishes and them. the keys stick and rusts the 'but
men' are now Yet none will be more'loyal supper joins Now strings,
has been purchased from the St.Johns Than the boy with laughing eyes, the little ones are prepared for., bed, there 'is nothing. as bad as top much
and Lake Eustis road,and comes off Who gave the little blue slipper; they kneel at mother's knee and pray dryness.
the Astor branch. When completedit With a secret-to: Mamma' wise; God to bless all the family l and take Some experts recommend keeping a
All hearts her sweetnessOh
will be:operated by'the St: J., & L. when were the won right by one's given, care of them. growing plant on the piano, but this

E;, Ry;,' and will be a most_ important May the maiden know Love's symbol, Then they run ,and kiss papa goodnight has objections, as the pot might be
feeder, going through as'-it'do s; one That turns this earth to heaven. mother; tucks them in their little. easily upset, with a rather 'disagree.
of the most productive sections that M.,U. M. white' nests, praises them, for the good! able,' if not dangerous,. result.
Florida can boast of. It will cost *Her childish pronunciation of her name. actions of the day, and gently reproves The best idea is to keep the piano)

when complete $looao, and will be .', them for any misconduct they have as far away from the heater as' possiblein

built by the people of Lisbon and Em- Little Polly's"Views on "Woman's been guilty of, gives loving words of winter,and. not too
eralda.-Eustis Lake Region. Rights. advice, kisses them good night, and NEAR A SUN-EXPOSED, WALLin ,
Allen Thomas of f Kissimmee whom For Our Rural Home. returns to her husband, who has now Pianos
Woman's mission is the subject of summer. may stand by an
mentioned :few having finished his evening ,paper. A pleas: outside if allowed
we a days ago as than wall. theyare not to
more interest at present any other. }
'- been over here prospecting with view We all free to ant hour is spent in talking over house- come in contact: with.it, and if the circulation -
are give our opinions on
of ha wntten Col. hold affairs, and little difficulties are of air in the room ''is
establishing a dairy, s the subject ,mine is, that her missionis : reasonably -
Livingston here, saying that he would? to make homes; not four square smoothed over, the,children's! .I progress good. 'When it i is said that a pi

start with his cows for this }place about : walls but a place of rest and peace for discussed, and manyother when; interesting their ano must not stand against'an outside
.the first of the month. While over husband and children. If women do subjects recalled, to sur- wull, it ,means" that the instrument
F here he tried hard I to rent' a dwelling this:there is no time to study up civil prise they !find it time to retire., Which should not come;in direct contact with

for his family, but t being unable do rights, suffrage, and all that. husband do you think is the happiest' any! conductor to the outer world..
and which one-is true ?
.so, he decided to use tents,: ,until he Let a woman use her influence for a woman Pianos should, be kept as much as

could,do better. He will bring'about good with husband,and,sons, and they! Little Polly has put the subject in a i. possible from dust, and it is, of allthings
fifty cows and, being thoroughly experienced important that small articles
can better attend to laws of state than hiitsh ellf, and given suffrage sympathizers
in the business, will 1 undoubtedly she can. M. G. M. asks "who'will something to digest, without and'scraps of ;all sorts should be kert

make a success, ,especiallywhen' hold the plow while women vote and; going off in a flurry about woman's, out of it. In many houses: it is customary -:

the pressing of such an enter men attend 1'0'the babies:" yes, who? wrongs. Her picture of an eveningin to I lay wraps, work and ,all
prise 'i is' taken' into consideration.West .- kinds, of odds and' ends on the
:The women cannot, and the men will a happy home is very pleasant, andis piano.
Palm Beach Gazetteer not' have'time, from their household better reading than speeches on ,the Some one comes in, down goes a bonnet -

Throughout the State the idea ,is duties. If the men do continue to t tariff, for those who have the welfare'Of shawl', gloves,' etc. When the

.gaining ground that Florida needs a !hold. the plow, and maKe the living, their dear ones.at heart. things are taken up' a pin- may, fall in

commission or needs legislation that then who will raise the children'? We No lengthy discussion of this subjectin UPON THE:SOUNDING BOARD,

w uld'make', the establishnielitof.oneeffective must get hired help to do that': and Our Rural Home is asked for-our and some day there,is chatter and a ''

and j .of practical l use: 'Imposition := they will be very ignorant, else they,' columns are too short to fill them with buzzing and some, one must come to

and'abuse by corporations is not too, would be out hallooing for their woman's rights; but, still, we all like see what the matter is. Musical in-
"\ theslogan thatleadsconservative men candidate.Oh to Know our correspondents' views struments were never made for ward-

totfavor:' 'the idea, but\rather t the cer- mothers, what: will the future on the momentous question. robes or other storage purposes.To .

tain;heed of legalized:: acid. ,,fully em. generations be if they are to be raised That Little ;Polly J? knows how to prepare have the piano at its best keep it

: powered,,l Do ard.,6f arbitration' to' consider thus? Can hirelings instil ,into the an appetizing '* evening meal"for covered, if it is covered at all, with a

'.. : grievances',; .adjust 'differences, growing minds the'principles of true the homecoming husband'a d felt ,spread,. and do not.leave it closed
"'. andj.put, ;; the .ordinary fruit and truck manhood and womanhood? Mothers, father, her next communication will continuously. It should, be opened

grower' i iri-i posifi n'.to'have his'griev stop and think.,' Cannot the men abundantly show. every day ,at least, so that the keys
ances'heard and wrongs' righted. A make laws of state while we make Eb. O.. R. H. may not turn yellow. Wipe the dust
railroad, commission,: properly constructed those of home? off carefully, so {hat it::'''may, not be
,, Florida nm have before her How can a. man feel, who returns A COUGH immediate,COLD attention.OR SORE THROAT,"Brown's requires brushed down into the works., Pianos.

producers can enjoy'full prosperity. from: his work, tired put, to'find"the SrojichiaL.Troches" will invariably give ,should? ..never. be banged.! There'is,a
Juno'S 1n. home in disorder, children w dirty and relief.. 25c. a box. great difference between the senseless


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i.1ii'T: Miscellaneous. As a general thing, the.soil: of eas_ H6 used Powell's.Fertilizers.
tern and Florida is
I """- -- peninsular: sandy;
A Substitute for Refrigeration.A and in consequence the streets;in the

t 41 M carload of fruit was recently smaller (owns, the. suburban drives

= -I shipped from the Pacific Coast to Chicago and the country thoroughfares ("dirt

I you charged with carbonic acid gas roads" the country folks call them)are .
heavy and unsuited to locomo- ,,
instead of ice. Upon its arrival and rapid ,/'" -
tion of any kind. But there are' compensating ..
sale the consignee reported facts as .
: advantages, too, for the ,'
: If you raise
a babythat "The first carload of fruit shipped face of the country: is almost flat, Tomatoes Potatoes
ledges or rock formations of kind
; from California under the new processof any
is making you old preservation, by carbonic acid gas are extremely rare, and,the,soil is easily Cabbage Berries

\before: your time with wor- instead of refrigeration, was disposedof worked. SOroad building is cheap. Peas and other Melons
And the cities
larger towns
here in the market to day. are Trucking Crops
? Is it weak deli
jtying rapidly taking advantage of these natural .
"The from Sacra- : for Northern
car was shipped and Western flarkets,
catepuny,? Are you fear- conditions so favorable to good
mento on the 15th, but, owing to numerous -
ful lest it be taken from accidents en route, did not reach roads. On the low, flat islands lying POWELL'SGREENBAG

[ you ? Mother Will you Chicago until midnight of the 21St. near the mouth of the St. Johns river,
there still million
I read this letter aboutBrown's Even then it was subjcected to further are many bushels
delay in the yards, and did not reach oyster shells, although two or three Fertilizers
generations of men have been_ digging ,
Iron Bitters the consignee's warehouse until last
the highest .fertilizers
grade made
away at the deposits;. while up and ,
-- night. are,the kind you need.
down the
east coast-from the mouthof
"The car contained two airtight Send for circular telling all about them.
It: is genuine-not paid'for the St. Johns to. the waters of Bis- :
compartments, out of which, after the POWELL FERTILIZER & CHErt. CO.
or even solicitedandthe fruit had been loaded, the air was.exhausted ,cayne Bay, a distance of over four BALTIMORE,"MD.
writer is the happiest and the compartments charged hundred miles-the shell heaps of a Fertilizer manufacturers, importers and
dealers in
inex- of Soda. Sulphate of
j woman in New Orleans. with carbonic acid gas. In one of the prehistoric people provide an Potash Concentrated Acid .Phosphate,
haustible of of the best. and all kinds of
supply one Fertilizing; .Materials.
accidents the road . .
'c on the car was ,
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.. 509 DUFEDES STREET, I l materials: known for the making of
.. NEW ORLEANS, LA. f lIP partially derailed and one compartment '
Enclosed,you will find a photograph of J J good roads
in such
4 I a manner as to "
youngest bojyClarence He was sick'about sprung
.!.. my seven months; nothing cured him but J permit a leakage of the gas. The other ; In the region of Gainesville, near It is estimated that there are. fully
Brown s Iron Bitters. He is now a year lIP the ,centre of the State, there are deposits -
4"ld,well'and hearty! I.cannot say too much was not injured. five hundred wheels of all sorts. owned
in of Brown's Iron Bitters. of a peculiar ..1 limestone which
"When the fruit unloaded
to- in
MRS. L. LEVERINGBERC. was Jacksonville and in daily use there,
crushes easily and which when it has
day that in the damaged compartmentwas and it is of the most noted
This letter was written assimilated with the, sand of the roadways one! points
found to be partially spoiled owingto inthe South for fine. horses and beau-
= on July 25th, this : by exposure to rain and sun, \
year. the admission of air, while the fruit tiul private'and public turnouts.-F._
= Have you a delicate. child ? from the other was in as perfect con makes. a smooth, hard surface most "W. Hawthorne in Good Roads for
excellent alike for
.= Life for many children in dition as the day it was loaded. The riding; driving, or November.
and durable.
Brown's Iron Bitters prices it brought were as high as any wheeling, very .. .
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the shores of ,Black Creek
= Along ,
in; the market. Catarrh Cannot be(: Cured
one of the navigable.tributariesof
The'Genuine has the Crossed V "Those interested in the new ex- many with: LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
Red Lines on the wrapper. the St. Johns River, there are thou-
!,BROwN.CHEMIGLCO.; Baltimore, d periment are delighted with the success sands of acres of marl which, upon they ca 'not.reach.the. seat of the dis
.;___ of this initial trip, and assert confidently exposure to the elements, hardens. and ease. Catarrh is a blond f r cln'-t> > t.u-

i that it settles beyond a doubt becomes as compact and durable as tional disease, and in ord r,tt; cure it

the utility and value of their plan of I stone. It can be handled with shov- you must take internal remedies Hall's

pounding;> : that inexperienced people preservation, as compared with re- els as easily as sand, and immense Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and

and children: give a piano and the vigorous frigeration.-Fruit Trade Journal. quantities of it are now being.brought acts directly on the blood and mucous

treatment of an expert. A skilled .a down the creek on lighters and scows, surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not
player rarely, does harm to a' quack medicine.i It was prescribedby
any a musical Frogs for Market. and being utilized for,paving purposes
instrument, however forcible the The frogs will not be. eating much j in Jacksonville and other places; in the one of the best, physicians in this

action may be. longer now. Many r>f them have already .- State. At one point on Black Creek, country for years, and, is a.regular pre- ..
Keeping a piano in good conditionis eaten a good, hearty meal and a high knoll or promontory, rises scription. It is composed of the best

\, a; comparatively! simple thing, pro- gone to the bottom for their winter's abruptly from the bank and is composed tonics known, combined with the best
,vided one remembers the few "don'ts" sleep. They will lie there until May. almost wholly of this: peculiar blood purifiers, acting directly on the

that t 'are required.-Our Grange The first thunderstorm in May always marl ; for ages past the action vof the mucous surfaces.. The'perfect combi--
Homes. them and hungry rain and has the side nation of the two, ingredients is what
I brings up again, good sun so, exposed ,
I ready to eat the first bug or in- of it next to the water, that' its surfaceis produces such wonderful results in cur-

For the benefit of a. recent correspondent sect they get their blinking eyes upon. I almost perpendicular and is. as hardas : ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials,

as well as other who contemplate Although the frogs are out of sightin flint. The height above the levelof free...

building have looked up all the winter, says a professional frog the creek is .about eighty feet!,.and F. .J. CHENEY, &. Co., ,

information. could get concerning the catcher in the Philadelphia Times, I the water beside it, is of an unknown. Props., Toledo, 0.,

inside. .. ,finish' of ,houses. In Southern, do not stop my work. Early in Oct depth-so deep that the lines of the I "Sold by. Druggists, 75c. .

Architect I find an advertisement of ber I go all over the ground and make local water-men have never yet reachedits l' ,
lineral i Wool" for linings. It,is'said note of where they are settling. Then I I bottom.

to.,keep ,the building cool in summer, I have comparatively little trouble in The city of Jacksonville the northern METAL _.

warm; in winter i sound thoroughly getting them. I use a "hurdygurdy," terminus of the Jacksonville,: St. WHEELfor _

deadened; and "neither rats, mice, nor or combination rake and net oh the Augustine and' Indian River Railway{ ,

icsects.,can make,their way through or end of a long pole. The rake is to and the entrepot of the State of Florida, yourWAGONS.

live in it." Not 'having yet seen it, clear away the rubbish in the bottomof is making extensive use, of shell, :.

can.say no more than' that "circulars the ditch, and at the same sweep Gainesville rock and Black Creek, Any sire yon want SO

and; samples".are free." ,Butcher's "Bos- the net picks up t the frogs, if there are marl in the improvement,of 1 the' streets' to to 66 8 in in.wide high.-hubs Tires to 1

ton Polish, or hard wax, is said to bea any there. I get more in the winter and outlying drives, while for paving,: fitftnyaxleuHayes:

fine thing for floors and wood work. than I do in warm weather, because the best vitnfied rock is. being em: a Cost season many'times to hare set in

ED. O. H. R. they are in a torpid state and can't get ployed. The.work, is going forward. .your of low wheels for hauling to fit
away so fast. rapidly, and by the beginning"of the, grain fodder, manure '
It is one of the phenomena of commerce The catch varies. Some days I get summer of 1895 the metropolis will tires.bogs.&e.Cau'C'No free.resetting Address of -

or of human nature that a box five dozen, others 15 dozen. I guessI have nearly thirty miles, of paved EMPIRE MFG. CO., j

of pomelos will sell readily for $3, catch on an average 10 dozen a day. streets and smooth, hard: drives:, The QnlftCY, U1.'iG .

while a box of oranges not half as It is no trouble to sell them. One municipal i 'authorities! nave abandoned 1 ,

1 sour can' hardly be sold.at any price.It game dealer takes nearly all I catch.I entirely; l the use, of cypress blocks for ,WELt MICILINEIYwom.

is'a:.fad. The pomelo is expected sell a good many live frogs to 'students : paving, its short life making repairs Ml kinilBof ESt tool** Fort one f or uae. driller ualDa'01U"
j to be sour, but the orange'is'expectedto for experimenting purposes. I and relaying too frequent and too" ex- ,4.1itin Artesian'mtine proceucad TIME RIR'1'take to acor work* Perfeeted&conom.r.l by Steam :Air eta.
be sweet. also supply several private families. pensive. Aurora fU.; Chicago. ULl OsilM Tez.


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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION False Science for the Growers. Castor Bean Culture. yellow, and finally drop to the ground.
For One Year ...............................'*.
Por Six Month........................ ....., 1.00 The noted sciolist and soda crank, Possibly on account of the extreme "The bark on the body and branch
In Foreign Countries ..........._ ........... 3.00 Andrew H. Ward, of Boston, has, it repulsiveness of its fruit, the castor will shrivel and harden and finally a

SySubscriptions in all cases cash in appears, come to Florida; and unless bean plant has been invested in the fuzzy moss will appear, covering the

advance.subscription No discount( allowed in a club on), but one's to the teachings which he purposes to popular belief with virtues which it poor thing as it perishes for want of .

all agents a liberal ash commission will put forth are industriously and vigor- does not possess. It is represented to food.

be allowed on all subscriptions obtainedby ously combatted he may do the'.growers be a repellantand preventive of ground "This picture is not an overdrawnone

them. Write for terms. much harm. Even the usually moles. Even yet one sees occasion- and the contrast referred to needsno

To every new subscriber of Whitner's we will"Garden-send, well-informed Fort Meade Pebble has ally the statement that if a few plantsare comment. Every intelligent or-

postpaid, a copy been led him : about the garden they will in the State has a realiz-
ing in 'Florida." For two new sub- astray by already, as the grown ange grower
scribers, at $2.00 each, we will send, following will show : prevent the ravages of that destructive ing sense of its truthful illustration.

postpaid, a copy of Moore's "Orange Dr. Ward says by mixing together burrower. Our personal experienceyears "There are vast areas of lands in

Culture." 502 pounds of nitrate of soda, which ago satisfied us that this claim is the orange-growing belt that are prac-

Rates Remittances of advertising should be on made application.by check, contains sixteen per cent. of nitrogen baseless.Its tically worthless, unless some means

postal note, money order or registered : and thirty-five per cent. of soda, and value as a cover plant and protector can be found to furnish the soil (sand) "

letter to order of 1,557 pounds of powdered phosphateof i from the sun, especially to the with some form of cheap and yet suffi- ;

FARMER AND FRUIT GBOWBB.Jacksonville lime, containing thirty per cent. of pineapple when young, seems to ".be cient plant food. \

Fla. phosphoric acid, we have in this mix well established. Castor oil has a "The whole vetch family of plantsare

ture the same number of pounds of place in materia medica from which it capable of doing this, the use of

NOTICE nitrogen and phosphoric acid there is is not likely to be driven, and as a lubricant which is only a matter of choice. The

in a ton of ground bone, and in addi- for axles and bearings, and for cow peas and other vines aae persistent -

If you receive a copy of this there is 175 pounds of soda, which softening leather, it is useful. climbers, and require constant war-

paper which you did not order, equals 26534 pounds of potash'as' two We have never oelieved the cultivation fare to keep them out of the trees and
consider it an invitation to sub- pounds of soda equals three of potashfor of it in the comparatively poor plants."

scribe. If you do not want it, agricultural purposes. soils of Florida would be profitable, .I. As to the practical results of the

kindly hand it to a neighbor. By the use of nitrate of soda and nor do we yet. A writer in the Day- growing of the castor bean near citrus

phosphate of lime we have what is tona News', who claims extensive experience trees, we are not prepared to either af-

CONTENTS. termed complete manure, as it contains admits that it would be "ex firm or dispute them. The writer is

GROVE AND OIlCHAJUThe- Plow the Causeof nitrogen, phosphoric acid and tremely unremunerative" for its yieldof in error, however, when, by implication -
Foot Rot; Fruit Exchange Packery soda as a substitute for potash. The oil alone, but he advances another at least, he classes the plant. Re-

How Daytona to Extirpate: Pruning Nut the Scuppernong.Grass; A Large... 723 analysis of the 502 pounds of nitrateof claim for it. He writes: cinus communis, with the legumes. It

Lemon Grove; The Pecan in Texas; Ri- soda and 1555 pounds of phosphate "The castor bean furnishes sub- belongs to the euphorbia e If his
pening Tomatoes in Winter.......... ....124
THE PINERY-Combination the Modern would show 80.2 pounds nitrogen, 175 stance upon its root fibers for these reasoning and facts are correct, the

Camphor Watchword Tree; ;Comparison Save the Cull Pineapples.Oranges...... 725 725 pounds of soda equaling 26534 poundsof bacteria, and the latter in return, sup plant has a positive value here., But
FARMER ANDTIlUC Strawberries; Hay- potash and 467 pounds of phos- ply food in shape of niter, for the we doubt if it would be much, if any,

making......in...Florida.........;.Pea.....and.... Bean.....Weevils .....- 726 phoric acid, costing three cents a needs of the former. greater than that of the cow pea.
POULTRY-The Indian name; Warts or Sore- pound for 502 pounds of nitrate of "The nitrifying powers of this bac-. -
head Chicken Medicine .... .........
; II. 727 A New Fruit
OUR RURAL HOME-Poetry; Little Polly's soda, $15.06 and $10 a ton for 1557 teria is something prodigious comparedto Shipping Process.

MISCELLANEOUS Views on Woman's Substitute Right?;for The Refrigeration Piano .- 728 pounds of phosphate, $7.88 or a total the minuteness of its substance."It An experiment in shipping fruit .

; Frogs for Market; Good Roads in $22.94. Estimating this at the value is supposed that vast territories, without ice is to be made soon. The ;
Florida............ .................. 729 different method is known the Perkins
EDITORIAL-False Science for the Growers; placed on fine ground bone by the ex on parts of the globe, have, as process
Castor Bean Culture; A New Fruit Ship- periment station and for the by these minute creatures been con- named from its inventor Rev.
ping Process............. ............... 730 adding ,
Markets; Fruit Exchange Bulletins........ 731 value of the soda as equivalent to verted into inexhaustible mines of Alfred T. Perkins ot Oakland.
Auction Sales; English Market........... 732 I potash, its value would be as follows: wealth-the nitre beds of commerce."It The principle consists of the com-
Value of Potash; The Orange Crop; Boston
Notes; The Orange Business; The AppleT is for this reason that the castor plete sterilization of air by means of
... .. .. ... .......... .......
Crop 733 803 Nitrogen, at is-cts. lb. ..... '.....$12.04 and, the of the
True iidii riai't; ii ; Dilatory 264.5 of potash, 4 cts. Ib...... ............ 11.94 bean and its family of plants are so compression lowering ,
Ocean Service;Jacksonville Fruit Auction 467 of phose acid, 1 cts.lb....................II 32.69 valuable in bringing and maintainingour temperature by subsequent expansion ;.
... ....
Company; Growers'. .Vade. Mecum. 734 Total value.................................-$56.67 sterile soils of drifting sands intoa If sufficient force be used the temper- .
Which cost at prices named. ............ 22.94 state of fair fertility and usefulness. : ature of the compressed air may be .
Weather in
A difference of...........-........ ...........-33.73 "To those who care to experimentI raised to 200 or 240 degrees. This -.
would that choose will readily destroy all which
they a
suggest germs
a a H bO a 3 d..: a ton, which the farmer will save by
DATB. .; a as .9 ti Haw using these formulas. As the high, dry, sterile, sandy locality, but might hasten decay. The expansionof .
co co :a )1 )1 pow- not:;.so high as to be exposed and torn the compressed air lowers the tem ;
- dered phosphate of lime is finer
.Nov. ......... 52 60 44 16 52 0.00 than ground by v the winds._ Upon such a place perature of the car and a double.effectthat ,.
Nov. 7..44 58 t.8 42 26 the finest ground bone, it is more .
Nov. 8.........59 66 7S S2 23 5S 64 0.00 0.00 available for fineness of division is the clear away an ample space for say two of destroying disease germs and .
....... :
Nov. 60 the
9 .54 70 53 11 62 0.00 trees. reducing temperature-is attained.
Nov. ......... 63 13 43 25 60 0.00 test of its availability. The alkali is orange
Nov II ..... "Now choose Mr. Perkins claims he can reduce the
.40 47 54 3'1 16 46 0.00 in much better form to than two such trees of
......... use a sul
Nov. 12. .35 4S 51 33 18 42 0.00 temperature to the freezing'point in
- phate or muriate of soda fairly equal size and qualities and set
Mean .... .47 56 64 h 20 54 0.00 which are poisonous to or potash while, them say thirty feet apart in this clearing the immediate vicinity of the-jet of ,
Total rainfall. T, Trace.P. plants fertilizers and escaping air and in a confined car can ,
nitrates carbonates furnishing mulching :
and phosphatesare
J. CAHILL, Observer. s
maintain it to 60
plant nourishers." for neither of them. the hottest weather.45 degrees during

In the whole realm of agricultural "Now plant around one of the trees t.
No where else but in Florida coulda It was first designed to have the air -.:
chemistry there is no fact better established for a space of say twelve or fifteen
live and thrive does worked direct from the
newspaper as compressor .
thau the fact that soda feet several hundred castor oil beans
cannot ,
the Melbourne Times in a locomotive but this had
town plan so many .:1
take the place of potash in vegetable and.then await the results. Only thin :
casts three objectionable that :
only twenty. votes. How features an effort
economy. True, plants do absorb a out the beans as they begin to crowd
do the made to work it from ,'
many copies apiece voters sub was the car .,
small amount of soda under certain the orange tree too closely. You will .,
scribe for ? axles. The railroad
people saw so'
circumstances, when they are, so to at first observe a slow growth on the
I. I objections to this that it ..
many :,:
speak, forced to do it by the soda being part of both trees. '' was ,
The Titusville Advocate is rather abandoned and special' machinery ;
hard the Indian thrust upon them. So do swine "But as the beans begin their growth the air will
on River pineapplewhen compressing be supplied.We .
in some parts of Florida, it is said, and spread their foliage the ''',
in urging the establishment of orange ;. .
canneries, it says that "the costs have their fish colored red by the fish tree will soon begin to brighten its received from I. S. Singletary "

about as much per can as sugar the fruit. they eat. But this does not provethat color. The green shade will soon begin two lemons of the Mammoth variety, .:._

Does it need so much as that? pigs require this red pigment orthat to deepen into a darker hue. The a number of which were brought in by
they can be fed upon it in lieu of leaves will take
on a glossier condition Mr. Frank O'Neil from his place at
peanuts; neither does the accidental 1 and'a larger size. Now don't let the Denaud. This lemon is a hybrid of
In his annual report to the secretaryof of a little soda in the ashes ofa
presence bean
entirely cover
your orange tree, the pink shaddock and Florida lemon ,
the navy, Judge Advocate General l plant prove that it can be grown on but keep their branches trimmed back and takes the characteristics of both

Lemley says thatthe use of steel i in soda as a substitute for potash. so. as not to interfere too much with having the flavor of a lemon and being,

shipbuilding has made unnecesaary The sooner this pernicious chemical the trees and mark the contrast. Your four times as large the
the continuance of the live oak as ordinary :
reser heresy of Mr. Ward is other .
I stamped out :; tree will soon assume a forlorn lemon and about the size of
vations in Florida, Alabama and Mis and killed the better will a good
be for and|forsaken appearance.. Its growth specimen of fruit that
sissippi and the he ,suggests that these be the bank accounts of the growers. of will. ;be slight if it grows any at all. the fruit retains grape its lemon, except shape.- :,'.!' .;
restored to public domain. Florida. ,
"Its leaves will .
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/ general run of fruit, although the choice
Iarkets.i grades still hold firm at 2.00 to 2.25. We PIERPDNT'S PATENT ORANgE BOX STRAP. 7-

know of few sales of selected small
I some -........
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Nov. 10. 1 lots going a trifle higher but we are satisfied Manufactured out of Florida woods.
these figures represent the true
FRUITS Corrected AND Marx PRODUCE.Bros. state of the various markets today. "We I Combining STRENGTH, NEATNESS, and ECONOMY. No soaking
These are average quotations. Extra choice ., think it advisable to ship lightly until required. The most perfect Hoop on the market. Cut by the
lots fetch prices above top quotations, while poor further notice. Too much green fruit has most improved Veneer Machine in the State ; the angles

s lots Oranges sell lower.fancy ... ................... 1.50 had the usual effect and it will requiresome reinforced with the rtrongestnaval duck,
a choice........ ... .......... 1.25 little time to clear up what is now
4 drops.......................... 1.00 in market. Combining economy:,and strength,and being the most LABOR-SAVING STRAP ever offered
Tangerlnes............................... 3.00 Dimensions, J K inch by %, perfectly! finished and straight. Satin finished sides
Mandarins.................. ......... 2.00 : EXPORT SHIPMENTS. and all box requisites. Samples and prices on application to
i IemonsFIa., ... .... .............. 1.00 I Shipments for the English markets
I Messina............. ....___ 3.00 have increased considerably of late and PIERPONT MF'G COMPANY CRESCENT CITY FLA.
j Pineapples crate. .... ..............2.50103 00 ,
Limes,3-peckcrates ... ... ........... i.ooCocoanuts we regret to note that some lots of very
S .... .......... ............. 400 ordinary and poorly packed fruit are being -
Peanuts,best brand...... ............. .o4 to.o5 sent in marked "For Export." Someof '
Guavas,3-peck box ................... 1.00 will be forced sell in OUR IMPROVED STEAM BOILERHas
these lots to
4 Japan Persimmons crate ............ .50 to i.oo we
Grapes. Catawba 5 baskets.... ... .20 domestic markets. Only the best and
Northern cabbage,each .............. .09 most carefully selected fruit should be many. good points, adding greatly to convenience safety and durability.
apples bbl................. 3.00103.50 Designed especially for
beets bbl................... 2.50 sent for export.
Potatoes bbl....... ................... 2.35 We have advices from New York showing Sawmills Phosphate Work and Irrigation
44 sack .......................... 2.15 that a total of 550 boxes marked "ex- ,
Early Rose seed. ........ : 2.75 that becauseof
Hebron seed.................. 2.75 port" were held out at point But superior for all purposes. Write for particulars. Address,
Onions bbl..... ....... ............... 2.50 ) decay, one lot,stencil 282,of 285 boxes,
eggs..........__.........__. ..??. .20 showed heaviest percentage of rot. FLORIDA IRON AND WOOD WORKS,
VEGETABLES AND POULTRY. Cable reports sale at Liverpool Nov.

Yellow Yams Corrected bush.by.Davis.......&..Robinson.... .... .50 12th at 6 to 13 s, the average being 10 s. APOPKA, FLORIDA.

Sweet Potatoes, new.................. .50 Cable received this morning reports to- Sole Manufacturers of the Hege Emerson Sawmill, Emerson's Variable Feed Works, Dowel
Hubbard squash, bbl... ........ ...... 2.00 day's sales 2 to 10 s, average 7 s. Pin Box Head.Machines, Bolters Edgers,Slat Saw Machines, &c.
Lettuce doz... ....................... .30 This latter sale contained
Celery Kalamazoo............... .. .40 to.50 evidently NOTE-We have also fitted up with special reference to handling secondhand machinery Six
Egg Punts, bbl. ...................... 2.00103.00 considerable decayed fruit as we know ((6)) acres yards large warerooms, good railroad facilities, with ample private tracks, and years of
Tomatoes crates ..... ............... 2.50 the; market is strong enough to pay much experience repairing, rebuIlding and reselling all kinds of second-band machinery. In buying or
Sweet Pepper, bu ................... 2.00 and such can be had selling it is equally Important that you write us. Address as above or the manager.
Okra bu............ .............. 3.00 higher prices on J.. w. EMER601v.
Cowpeas,shelled,peck.. ............. .50 strictly sound fruit. Please mention F. and F. G.
Green Beans crate .... ........ ..... 2.00 Shipping dates Nov. 15, 18, 22, 25 and
.. 'Pea ............... ........ 2.00
Turnips, bunch ......... ............. .03 to .06 .
Cucumbers crate.....................2.00102.50 29."A -
Pumpkins, each....................... .05 to .15 Home Institution Selected." JOHN CLARK SON & CO.
Kershaws ......... .10 to .15 ,
Parsley,per d jz. bunches ............ .40 During the month of October opr receipts -
Carrots Fla., per doz.bunches........ .25 to.30 were five times greater than ever
Green onions,per doz. bunches....... 20 to .25 before for the month which shows
Pepper hot bushel, .................. 1.00 same Grocers and Commission Merchants
Sage well cured Ib...................... .10 to .15 that orange growers know where they are
Lima Beans, shelled,qt, none ........ best treated. Write for stencils. .
Hens........ -.-.......................... .35 JACKSONVILLE FRUIT AUCTION Co. ,
Roosters............................. .30 DEALERS
Broilers......................... ..... .18 to.25 THOS. R. TOWNS, Pres.
Turkeys, per pound,gross............ .12
Ducks..................... ........... 30 to .35 New York Markets. Coal Hay Grain Wines Liquors
Geese..........................,....... .40 to .50 ,
Quail, doz...... . ................. T.20 Oranges have arrived very freely and
3 Wild ducks, doz .......................... 2.00 to 3 oo with a slow demand market has ruled Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. : "
Wild turkeys each...................... 1.00101.50 .,
easy. Selected brights occasionally reach
1.87 or more but average straight lines -
Fruit Exchange Bulletins. J"aoksoD.'V"ille E'1orida. -
range from 1.50 to 1.75 with poor stock ,

Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 10.-Markets, lower as quoted. Grape fruit in moderate .
according to latest advices, are a trifle request and barely steady. Lemons

steadier and we look for more satisfactory quiet and unchanged. PR ICE- LIST OF WHISKIES I :. '
results for the coming week. The fruit is Oranges,Fla. choice brights 1.74 to 1.87,

moving: somewhat more freely and every- fair to good 1.37 to 1.62, poor per bag 1.00 MANONGAHELA RYE............ ......$I 50 CABINET BOURBON.... .............. ..8600
thing of good quality and size, if sound, to 1.25. Lemons, Fla. choice 2.50 to PARKER.... ............ ..... ....: ..... 175 J.l\.IARTINRyE.. ..... ...... ...............300
sells well up to the full value,2.00 to 2.25. to 2.25. ORANGE VALLEY........... ............. 2 oo VIRGINIA GLADES.......................... 4 oo
The inferior from 1.25 to 1.65. 3.00, p'r to g'd 1.25 Grapefruit, SPRING VALLEY......... .... ............. 2 So OLD BOURBON............ ........ .....500
grades go Fla. per box 2.00 to 3.00. Peanuts, Va. BALTIMORE CORN......... .............. 2 oo KENTUCKY SOUR MASH.... ............. 500
The market for tangerines and manda- fancy h. p. .03J. extra h. p. .02!, shelledNo. NORTH CAROLINA CORN............... 2 50 OI.D BAKKR..... ... ............ ....500
rins can hardly be said to have opened up 1 .03 to .03J, shelled No. 2 .Olf to CLIFTON CLUB............. .............. 300 MON rRoSE VELVET RyE................... 6 oo

as yet, but we look for inquiries to begin .02, shelled Spanish No. 1 .05 to .05J, No.
about the 15th, when the Thanksgivingtrade 2 .033.. Pecans ungraded .04 to .04*. JUGS EXTRA: One gallon 250; two gallon soc; three gallon, 7SC. Remit by post.office
sets in.Grapefruit. -- .- -- I -C> money order, check or registered letter. We cannot ship C. O. D. Remit with order.A .

in spite of its condi- Potatoes. complete price-list of Groceries and Wine List sent free on application.
for the week have been 200
tion, has sold quite satisfactorily up to bags from Great Britain, 200 from the Con- JOHN CLARK SON & CO.
date, but we firmly believe it is destinedto ,
last week 786 from Great
tinent; imports
go much higher when fully matured.The .
from Continent.
general imDression is that the quan- Britain, 400
have arrived and
tity of grape-fruit in the State is short of State potatoes freely
moderate demand market has
last year's crop and this will tend to stif- with only a BARNETT BROS.
fen prices later on. ruled weak and in buyers' favor. A few- BARNETT ,
choice have sold up to 1.62, but 1.50 is
Lemons are bringing a variety prices
fully in accord with the varied characterof the general price, with ordinary lower. BROS. 159 South Water St., Chicago,
in bulk bbl 1.25 to 1.50
State per ,
the fruit. Some not worth
are really
Vineland fair bbl 1.50
sweets to fancy per FRUITS
the cost of the boxing. Prices range from
50c to 3.50. To bring over 2.00 the qual- : to 2.25, Southern prime per bbl .90 to 1.10. LHICA6&- respectfully solicit shipments of Fruits and Vegetables. .

ity must be away beyond the ordinary, Vegetables. We are now making a specialty of -

and when the figures touch 3.00 and over Onions have had a fair demand when ORANGES

it is a sure.sign that the fruit is firstclassin strictly prime but offerings show a wide ,

size, color and condition. range in quality and poor stock drags at
EXPORT SHIPMENTS. low and irregular figures. Celery is arriving and invite correspondence on Markets and Prospects.

F Shipping K dates for English markets are more freely and when fancy is in

Nov. 15, 18, 22, 25, and 29. good demand and firm; the proportion of\ We want reliable agents at all principal shipping points.
Cable received on the 9th inst.shows such is small and ordinary stock sells ,
tast two sales ranged from 6 to 18s and 8 I rather slowly. Cabbage largely poor and References, by permission-National Shoe and Leather Bank, New York,
Florida the Volusia County Bank DeLand, Fla., and the Commercial Loan and Trust Co.
lo 10s, the average being 12 and 14s, re- weak; imported neglected.: cucumbers ,
spectively, which is equal to about 3.00 and egg plant in light supplybut

and 3.50 per box. trade slow and with quality seldom

Shipments for export must reach Jack- prime values are uncertain. String beans

sonville on the dates preceding schedule and peas are in good demand and firm "Busy Bee"usherRuns

mentioned above.JACKSONVILLE when choice but bulk of the arrivals are
defective and salable only at very low """ easy and does perfect work. No robbing:necessary. Warrantedfor
flue and money refunded if not entirely satisfactory Fit.
FLA., Nov. 14.-We can figures. Carrots, turnips, squash and > 1 any tub.years Just the machine lor ladles wbo are not Tt 1'1 Btrong. Thousands .
about = j of ladies who used to hire their washing done now MT tbaexpe"nseby
etahles as
only report that up to this time the mar- other root ve range using the M BUSY BEE." ACENT8 WANTED.
kets have not justified our expectations as quoted. Cauliflower has sold mainly e L- .Exclusive territory. Agents make$100 to PIG a month. Lady
from 1.00 to 2.00, though scarcely any in i sHragents very successful.Farmer and their wires make$200 to
outlined in last bulletin.
our Price Sample
I $400 during tile winter. One farmer Missouri sold 600.! Is.
Notwithstanding receipts have been to-day and choice brought more. Cabbage (full sire)where we hare enh.only f* We refer to our P.M. For
somewhat lighter at the most important domestic per 100,2.00 to 3.50. Cel- terms to agentaddress LAKE ERIE MFG. CO.CareFlorida| Farmer

points, prices have not advanced on the ery, Michigan, large per dozen roots, 20 I and Fruit-Grower Jacksonville, Fla,

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to 60c; celery, near-by flat per. dozen is but one way in the world to be r
Florida t
bunches, 1.00. Cucumber per -
crate, 1.00 to 250.: Fgg.plant; Florida per THERE the best paint, and that is to use only a well-
barrel, 1.00 to 3.00. _Green peas Norfolk
per basket, 1.00 to 2.50; N. C. per crate, established brand of strictly pure white lead, pure linseedoil rreiii

1.00 to 1.50. Lettuce, Jersey per barrel, *
75c,to 1:25; Norfolk, 75c to 1.00. String and pure colors. ,

beans, Ch'n per basket, 1.00 to 2.50; N. The following brands are standard Dutch" and
process, (I.INEJ
C. per half barrel cte., 1.00 to 2.00; Nor- +..eN

. folk per basket, 50c to 1.50. are always absolutelyStrictly

Auction-Sales.E. Pure White Lead

L. Goodsell Company report:

Jamaica Oranges-Are seriously inter- ANCHOR; .( ). RED SEAL (St. Louis). SHORTEST, QUICKEST,
fered with as regards results by the large "ECKSTEIN" (Cincinnati). "KENTUCKY" (Louisville).
receipts of Florida's. Our offerings of SOUTHERN "(St Louis and Chicago). ""ATLANTIC" (New York).
. these only showed 1.25 per box and 2.12J COLLIER (St. Louis). "JEWETT" (New York). MOST ATTRACTIVE
barrel which of course causes a loss
per to the owners., *IF you want colored paint, tint; any of the above strictly pure

Jamaica grape fruit is not as good as leads with National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.

that'from Florida, consequently does not These colors are Sold-in"one-pound f cans,each'can being sufficient to tint 25 pounds of Strictly ROUTEBETWEEN
sell as well, quotations being 1.00 per box Pure White Lead the desired shade: they are in no sense ready-mixed paints, but a combination: of
perfectly pure colors in the handiest form to tint Strictly Pure White Lead.
less.Florida Oranges-The market has been Send us a postal card and get our book on;paints and color-card free.

acting on these, our sale showing tot !lOt mot Nashville& 103 Uroad stream 0ashvwe.NATIONAL, L.tLtLJJ.\ ., New York. FLORIDA POINTS 3

2.00, and fair goods averaging up to 1.75.
Nov. 5-900 boxes Florida fruits. Prices AND THE NORTH

. as follows: Oranges, 1.90 to 1.00; lem- COMMON SENSE FRUIT CLIPPER.THR

ons, 2.80 to 1.45. THE
Nov. 8-820 boxes of Florida fruits.Prices .

as follows: Oranges, 1.95 to 1.10; FLORIDA CENTRAL AND
grape fruit, 3.37to 2.75; lemons, 2.75 to away Two = I

1.30. HANDED shears =
and clip your orv; .,. PENINSULARVIA .+
. Sgobel & Day report: anges and grapes --
Florida Oranges-Our sales throughlast with Godbey'sCommon Sense

week have been trifling. In fact, we Fruit Clipper; the I
only sold about 100 boxes, which made only clipper that LAKE CITY MACON ATLANTATO
the average 1.90, fruit going 2.10 to 1.70. and allows clip you the to grasp fruit ,
This market is steady, but a little lower with ONE HAND.
range of prices than above. The fruit, It saves one- \
third of the time. Nashville St. Louis and ChicagoWith
however, shows more color,and we hope. It saves onehalfof '\t ,
. to see better figures ruling here shortly. the 1a bor. \ but one change of sleepers, connects
It saves expenses. \ also at Atlanta for NEW YORK and KANSAS
Pittsburg: CITY. The Florida Central and Peninsularhas
Florida oranges continue to arrive im It may be worn nearly 700 miles of track running throughthe
mature. Our sales show averages on car- .on.a glove or the .
Tobacco Req'tons.Stocti
loads from 1.70 to 2.12 fruit show- naked hand.
; any It is not in the Farming and Dairy Section,
ing good color is averaging in the neigh- way in handling Peach and Strawberry Lands,
borhood of 2.00 a box, We notice a bet- boxes, baskets'or Orange, Banana and Pineapple Country,

ter demand springing up for the fruit, ladders.It leaves. Phosphate Has the Belt.Silver Spring and
and after a little while consumption will hand free to pull one Other fine Scenery.The .
be regular and prices'will doubtless ad- down a limb, hold Great Hunting Country.
Reaches the Noted Fishing Grounds.Has .
vance. Our sales equal four cars since basket or clingto
the best lands for tillage, greatest vari-
last report. ety of soils in the State, and above all
a ladder. It allows you to clip your fruit wherever it can.be reached with one hand.
Runs over the Central RIdgelahd
Where it Is High and Healthy..
English Market. EVERY CLIPPER WARRANTED.Sent Prosperous towns fill its route and It offers
the best freight facilities for any produce to
From catalogues sent by Mr. J. N. John- the Northern markets. Send for the popularsong
anywhere prepaid on receipt of Si.oo or three for $2 oo. Send all orders to -
ston, of Liverpool, we learn that the first.
arrivals of Valencia ((420s and "MY FLORIDA HOME"
T. K. GODBEY, Waldo, Florida.
714s) sold at 1.62 to 3.12. The first Bra- D. L. FERGUSON, State Agent, Waldo descriptive with its spirited of an words actual and Florida beautiful Home music and
zilians arrived wasty and sold 1.31 to 3.25. which is gotten up in elegant style-Six pagesof
A lot of 162 Jaffas ((152s) brought 1.87 to full sized best music paper,containing alsoa
2.50. Messina and Palermo, 1.12 to 1.50. box, 3.00 to 4.00. Tomatoes won't pay CHOICE picture of a home in Florida and a huntingscene.
It is mailed of 10 cents in
on receipt
REDFIELD & SON.Pierpont's (
The latest sale of Floridas October 26 expenses.
FRUITS and: FLO'VERS stamps,to pay expense of ) .
for the Florida Fruit Exchange, brought ---w .-- Send also for the best distribution. (sent
from 2.50 to 5.00. Patent Box Strap. FOR free) and note the towns on its route.A.O.MACDONELLG.P.A., ,

Of apples. L. Connolly &.Co say : During SOUTHERN PLANTING.Satsuma Jacksonville Fla.
the past week our buyers have had to The manufacture of orange box straps
purchase over 50,000barrels of Canadian, out of Florida woods has at last been suc- Orange, Hardy and Early. New
New York, Maine and Boston apples,with cessfully accomplished by the Pierpont Japanese Plums, Peaches, Pears Roses, Camellias The Florida Central &
&c., at low prices Catalogue for the
result Manufacturing Company, of Crescent
the pleasing that have not
prices asking. D. L. riEUSON. Prop.Monticello .
given way more than about Is per barrel City, Fla. This enterprising concern is Fla Peninsular R. R: Co.
throughout the week, which we think is now making what is, by competent authority -
a very creditable performance in view of admitted to be in every way the Offers to Shippers

the heavy quantity offered and the fact of most perfect and servicable article ever W. L. DOUGLAS The Shortest and Quickest. Route
our having had almost ceaseless rain for produced. It is made on the most ,improved -
veeneering machinery recently in- IS THE BEST. BETWEEN
eight. or ten days.Philadelphia ea SHOE
troduced into the State, out of the toughest .. NO SQUEAKING. FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN
arid most fibrous of woods; its'dimensions $5. CORDOVAN
Nov. 9-We would still being one-fourth inch by three- =: FRENCH&ENAMELLED CALF! THE EAST AND WEST.;
urge the importance of holding back your fourths. The covers are reinforced with $4.$ .5P FINECALf&KANGAmIl With Improved Ventilated Cars, this com-

oranges as much! as possible, and let them the heaviest of navy duck, thus insuringan $3.5oPOUCE,3SOLES.s,2.WORKINGM! pany handle Is the better Orange equipped and Vegetable than ever,Crops ever and to ;

get well matured Choice to fancy lem- absolutely solid angle capable of re $ insure close connections and prompt despatchto
ons are in good demand, and we would sisting any strain which is likely to be EXTRA FINE. $ all Eastern and Western :Markets. i

advise letting them come along as fast as imposed. The strap requires no soaking; '', A"2.I 75 BOYSSCHOoLSHOES. Through cars to destination with-
possible. Grapefruit of good color meets is so easily handled that it will gave from ,, .LADIES out change or delay.
with ready sale at steady prices. New 20 to 30 per cent. in labor alone; pro- $' .$2 J$2.. J.750NGOl Perishable freight followed by wire and
vegetables, with the' exception of toma- vides ample ventilation and makes the B ". shippers advised time passing various Junction -
toes asked for. and if handsomest and SEND FOR CATALOGUE points and arrival at destination.All .
are now being strongest. ever in- claims for overcharges and loss prompt-
choice, meet with ready!*:' iaTcT ,at" good tfrxTuced: Other patent hoops, while N.- WL*DOUGLAS, adjusted.

prices. We quote1 today follows: Oranges being neater than the birch, have failed You can save money BROCKTON by wearing; MASS.the See that your goods are markedvia
choice to fancy, desirable sizes, to give sufficient ventilation; this hoop W. L. Douglas S3.OO Shoe. F. C. & P. R. R.
1.75 to 2.25; ordinary fruit and large sizes, fills the bill all,round, and is the ne plus Because, we are the largest manufacturers of For information call on or address the un-
1.25 to 1.60. Lemons, fancy, 2.75 to 3.00; ultra of the day; the dimensions are ong- this grade shoes in the world,and guarantee their dersigned:
choice, 2.00 tb 2.50;.russets and ,rough fourth inch by three-fourths .The Company value by stamping the name and price on the C. E. TAYLOR Trav. A'gt Ocala Fla.
bottom,which protect you against high prices and 'V. D. TUCKER, Gen.A'g4, Orlando, Fla.
stock, 75c to 1.50. Grape fruit, per box, is also making satin-finished sides, the middleman's profits. Our shoes equal custom G. M. HOLDEN, Trav. gt. Leesburg"k'1a.
2.50 to.3.00; per barrel, 4.50 to 5.50.' and every requsite for boxes. Samples work in style, easy fitting and wearing qualities. W. R. FULLER Trav.A'g-t.. Fla:
String beans, 1.50 to, 2.00. Eggplants; .and'prices'on application to the Pierpont We hare them sold everywhere lower prices for Or N. S. PENNINGTON, Tampa ,
the value given than any other make. Take no sub .
per barrel, 5.00 to 6.00. Cucumbers, per Mfg.\ Co., Crescent City, Fla. stitute. If your dealer cannot supply you,we can. W, H. PLEASANTS General Freight"'Agt.




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The Ora.nge.Crop. sign their fruit to them. The stencils

Have you tii ;.rtre ever vouchsafed to the In answer to the inquiries of a promi- were forwarded by express, and in the'
successful men of the past. course often days a shipment of twenty
nent fruit firm in this city, the following
The Would mount the ladder success? : boxes of received from that
1 Ladder you oranges was
has been received from one of the
r < < Your first step In such a rise will be to secure nan in Florida. But instead of using
that compendium of all knowledge the new- most experienced growers in the State of brush and ink to mark the boxes, the
ENCYCLOP DIA BRITANNICA. Florida and can be depended as
new upon
had nailed stencil each box
Of Success shipper a on ,
placed within your reach if you will save tea both authentic and reliable. The response
E saying that had to send
as they neglected
cents a day. Write for application ]blank, explains itself:
"JVbTT or never must climb and obtain a set while it may be had at along brush and ink, he could not mark
you MICANOPY FLA. Nov. 5 1894.
Introductory prices. Address them, but had to nail ths stencils on.
t Upward to the peaks sublime, In answer to inquiry I will say that.the Those twenty stencils cost S3, and the

Leaving trivial things below, The Constitution orange crop, from actual gathering and commission on ,the shipment amountedto
Upward where the laurels grow." ATLANTA GA measurement, is falling short of the esti- $1.50.

/ AA mate made by competent judges from 10 The shippers in Florida are receiving
per cent to 30 per cent. This grows out circular letters galore advising them just
of the fact that all of the fruit that is on which steamers to route their goods via,
r .r Value of Potash. he; tree is visible from the outside. I etc.-Philadelphia Grocery World.
t.4v 1 have never known of an absence of an
Editor Fanner and Fruit Grower .
1 I : inside crop equal to this year, and my attention -

r NEW YORK, Oct. 27, 189!. I ; was called to this absence only The Apple Crop.
II I by: shortage in gathering. By'inquiry I
In reference the letter of :Mr. D. W.
to i find that.this shortage of inside crop ex- Probably the apple crop will, after all,
i Adams in your issue of October 27, ists all over the State and will reduce thisyear's be found sufficient for all reasonable re

iF we beg to remark that we think ] crop in the State at least 22J percent quirements. The apple "famine"so greatly -
F your friend Mr. Adams is unduly exercised .. below the estimates that were made feared a short time since does net seem -
over what he considers an attemptto after the recent storms. to: be imminent at this writing. The
"squeeze" on the part of the sellers of Those that are in. latitudes where the American Cider Maker, good authorityon
potash salts,or of the German Kali Works. visits from the frost is not too great will the subject, says:
E JQPED1 Mr. Adams undoubtedly lost sight of realize larger prices on the fruit that is "Returns on the apple crop are pretty
r f' ,, the fact that the German Kali Works held. nearly all in, with the usual result; thatis

have spent a great deal of money for the The only trouble with prices now is to say, where total failures or shortageof !
t tt purpose of demonstrating the value of I fruit 'noted the outlookis
that rusty and green fruit is being shipped, i were present
t 1 (It potash salts for fruit trees, and as a resultof where only bright, sweet fruit should be for an abundance of fruit. In other
the practical demonstrations carried forwarded. It is not human nature to be words, the 'apple belt' is in pretty good
' 111 ,, NNiC 11V out at the instigation of the German Kali pleased with vinegar where honey is desired business condition,and cider, vinegar and
Works more than anything else, the beneficial and all shippers ;know or ought to jelly makers and apple packers will not

effect of sulphate of potash on fruit know by this time, that rusty fruit is not. get left. Prices for fancy fruit are high,
V trees and especially on oranges, has resulted in demand early in the season. but cider mill stock is selling surpris-
ll in the universal use in your State, L. MONTGOMERY. ingly low figures. The Nova Scotia apple .
' sulphate of potash and sulphate of.pot crop will reach a total of 120,000 barrels -
t ll NQ C NED/ 11 ash and magne&ia. It is largely, if not and the whole Canadian crop about
i iIII exclusively, this general use of potash Boston Notes. 900,000 barrels. It is expected that Bos-
salts in Florida, that has contributed to Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower. ton will be able to export between 300.i,

III the success of the Florida orange in the Florida oranges are arriving in this : 000 and 400,000 barrels, and New York
markets of the world, and secured for it market in quite heavy quantity for so I about 1,500,000 barrels.

tAC higher prices in the London market. early in the season, and scarcely any .
? I? The dealers in potash salts in Florida good .fruit coming, the bulk being green .

have found that this staple article fluctuated -I and sour and starting the season most VICK'S NEW ENTERPRISE.Seed .
t very largely ns to price,commanding unsatisfactorily.
1 fancy prices whenever it appeared to be I. At the sale of the Florida. Fruit Exchange -
t scarce, and selling at cost or even at a agents here to-day prices ranged I House at Satsuma. .

: GQi nlIII loss whenever it happened to be plentiful. from 1.25 to 2.00 for oranges; lemons, James Vick's Sons of Rochester N. Y., have
This condition of affairs could not 62 c. to 2.62k ; grape fruit. 2.50 to 3.75, opened a branch seed house at Satsuma, Putnam -
benefit the orange grower, and the result and Tangerines 2.00 per half box. county, Fla.: and have appointed Dr. J. B.
Henion of Satsuma, as general agent for the
III! was the establishment of uniform prices, Grape fruit is fine so far and demand South. Vick's seed house is one of the oldest
so as to protect the orange grower at alP excellent. larg .t and mast reliable of any in the Unite
times against unreasonable fluctuationsor California fruits are practically over States; and the name of Vick is sufficient guarantee -
! 'SI IlT4 for their seeds all orders south of 'North
f. Ill advances and at the time to ;
secure -
as are Western New York grapes, and Carolina should be addressed to Dr. J. B. Hen-
to him the benefit of a uniform sup- with Florida fruits about the only fruits ion, Satsuma, Fla. Orders by mail or expressare
i' ') ply and best quality of goods. This system for the near future, prices ought to be prepaid. Send to Dr. Henion for Vick's
Guide which is mailed free. A liberal discount
must in the end prove beneficial"tothe fairly good after the fruit gets to be desir- will be made on all large orders. Every known
orange grower. able. variety of seeds plants, flowers vegetables and
llf 711Y i r1th11lflrrif I 11, The price of high grade sulphate of pot- There are several new departures in rates.nursery stock will be furnished at the lowest
ash ten years ago was 3\ cents per poundin the trade here this season. H Harris &

f I I Ij' 25 to 50-ton lots, foreign weight, ex Co., the agents of the Exchange, having
i: ship New York, basis 90 per cent., and it transferred their business to the Clyde
is due only to the efforts of the German Line, via the Metropolitan\ Line, to this .
Kali Works that they have made this city. Snow & Co. have also taken their JEEEft1EEE
1 i h.7! !1111l very valuable plant food accessible to the business to the same line. :
orange grower of Florida,so that the buyer Winter came in in earnest last night, .j9E ThJLEftiE

l fI.i fI. now of from one to ten bags of sul- and this morning the whole country was .
I f sa I, phate of potash secures it at a less price covered with a white mantle five inches
if. : delivered at Jacksonville than ten ;years thick-quite a contrast: with Ute summer- .
ago had to be paid by the importer of 50 like weather of Sunday la4.: ; .
t' tons, >ship New York, with freight from OIIIEXT. Take 40 roc1 of s rai:ht wire fence no
i l 1I mtter\\hat 1.: e name or how big thewires.lt
New York cost of insurance in-
Boston, Nov. 6. mstcon'orm to Nature's laws. One end maye
; I terest, etc., which the importer or dealer ---- fastened to A meeting house, the other to
I l has to pay before the potash can reach bIg br: n. tt when a cold day comes, either .
the The Orange usjn-S8. ae M. ii. nn I the B. will move 8 In. nearer
orange grove.In nether if the wires do not break, they ;
conclusion permit us to point out to Looking at it from a finai.cial standpoint -. ill Ktret.Ji, afterwards s"\::. and never
:Mr. Adams that a difference of five or ten the Florida orange biiMiiess does omeback: This great power of Nature knows
cents per 100 pounds of sulphate of potashis not hold out any great inducements to the o master, except the Coiled Springs of the
NotilthigIlIl such an infinitesimal amount to each wary speculators. AGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE, Adrian, Mich. ;

1 1l1lg! fruit tree, or to each 1,000 oranges, that it Four weeks ago it was announced that
cannot really be considered. We think very few Florida oranges would be ship- .
To the airbltlous of young man than to read the that you should point out to Mr. Adams, ped on consignment; that the speculators
lift stories those who from the
poorest furthermore the resets of would purchase the entire The
surroundings, have climbed the ladder your experi- crop. sup- The
success, ments with sulphate of potash upon or- position was well grounded, but in the sower has no
I Thomas A. Edison was a train boy; Jay anges, which produced not only an improved light of recent events it is safe to assume second chance. If
'' Gould canvassed for books; P. A. Collins flavor and excellent quality, but that they will largely come through on you would at first suc-
worked In a mine; Henry Clews started life also an earlier ripening by almost two consignment! for the :market; opened in ceed, be sure and start with

AS A book-ketper; Augustin Daly used to months, and he will undoubtedly recog- this city at such figures that indicate sad FERRY'SSEEDS.
a' earn $8 a week. nize the great value of sulphate of potash, times and results for speculators. .
Such facts seem stranger than fiction. Yet to oranges, and the correctness of our Speaking of consignments from Florida -
r the list could be indefinitely drawn out from :
contention, as above mentioned, that the reminds us of the reckless manner in
who. born with few educational
men poor Seed .Annual for 1894
I Kali Works have the interest of which stencils sent that
have German are and
Advantages by persistent work by (contains the sum substance)
bard study by putting to Its best use tvery the orange grower at heart, and will always State. of the latest farming knowl .
t opportunity climbed the lAdder of fortune do everything in their power for his One cold winter's morning, last season, edge. Every planter should.
i' And success. benefit, especially so as their own inter- :Messrs. B. F.- Ives & Co. received a warm have D.!L It.Ferry Sent It Co.free., -
est lies in the same direction. letter .from an old shipper requestingthem Detroit,
OreaterOpportwes Yours very respectfully, to send down dozen, or two stencils -: Mich.
(Signed) German Kali Works. ; that the writer had a number of

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The True Editorial Function Now this line is in the hands of SPECIAL ON BLOOD AND BONE-For30days. FOR SALE.-On rough lemon, Tardiff. Blood

Mr. F.,E. Harris, of the Ocala Banner practical men, and it seems funny that Florida. Jacksonville& Toomer,The Fla. Fertilizer House"-I/-3 of Address,Grape Richard Fruit.Klemm strong, Winter, well-grown Haven, buds.Flor-

loudly bewails the fact that no they should fall into the same error of ida. n-3-5

Florida editor has ever been electedor mismanagement as they claim the line WANTED-Consignments oranges to supply of first-class well packed trade.se- FRESH YEAST CAKES-Made daily, 25 cents

appointed to any office.of any importance of ]last season did. Address, Older 20 Kilby street, Boston, Mass. by mail four warranted as good as the
II17II174 best. One cake to loaves. T. Pine, Sylvan
until Mr.\ McCreery, of the The shippers nor receivers cannot LARGE PAPER SHELL PKCANS-35; cents Lake, Fla. "-3-3

Gainesville Sun, was elected to the permit of any stops en route North, ,smaller 25 cents mail prepaid. Peach.
plum. pear, and other fruit trees bottom prices. ORANGE GROVE FRUIT FARM WANTED.
legislature this year. He says: when their perishable oranges are in Summit Nurseries, Monticello, Fla. Ii-z7-3 a desirable medium priced property,

"He must beat the tomtom, rattle the hold, and it is suicidal for them to SAIL BOATS.-St. Lawrence Skiffs, Dories, and pay one-half cash Only owner of good producing
Boats, property need answer. Address,with full
Sneak Boxes. what
the drum sound the cymbal, blow the undertake it. The trade of this city want and write for prices. E. D. Putney. Mt.you particulars. P. O. Drawer 134, Chicago, Illinois.

horn and illuminate the circumam is expecting beneficial results from the Dora Fla._ii-i7-tf I1.3-Z

bient skies with vivid and graphic pen management of this line, which is in FOR SALE.-Satsuma orange tree, on sweet PRICE REDUCED Shireman Chain Or-
Buds three to six feet high trained on ange Sizer. Most accurate,durable and simple
and pencil pyrotechnics, until a red the hands of practical steamship men, stocks. Now is th. time to plant. Address H. sizer made. C. A. Boone, agent, Orlando,
hot his Friedlander, Interlachen, Fla zt-I7.4 Fla. It- -Io
enthusiasm is worked up for and there should] be no trifling with 3

candidate, and it is understood by the the business.-Philadelphia Grocery THE LAKELAND citrus NURSERIES-Have for sale
127 trees on sour orange,grapefruit The
masses that his man towers far above World.If] and rough lemon roots,of the following varieties:

all other mortals in the possession of .. rantium Marsh Seedless Pomelo Pomelo, Boone's,Thompson Early. Parson Pomelo Brown, Au-, Typical

all mental and moral graces and ac the prices of oranges and other quat.Hart's King Tardiff.and Dancy Maltese Tangerine Blood Orange Satsuma.,and Kum-Villa Tropical .

complishments. It is the editor's business products hold] up to anything like the Franca and Belair Premium Lemon. Tahiti Seedless Topic. /

to explain away his candidate's average the close of the season will Grape-fruit.Limes A C specialty M. Marsh of, Lakeland the Marsh, Polk Seedless Co., Traveling ?

faults and foibles, to exaggerate his virtues find the producers of Orange county Fla. 1117.20 Take

to extol his political integrity and in a more prosperous condition than A budded NEW FRUIT trees of FOR Orange's SALE-cherry 250 thrifty plum young; very The

loyalty, to magnify his special and they have enjoyed in many years. prolific; not excelled by any cherry in the North,

peculiar fitness for statesmanship, and And just here it may be said that judicious when Orange cooked., Mannville Send, Fla.for price-list, etc. 11-10-3 Wm. L. Tropical /

for business, if it requires business. marketing of their fruit will Trunk
When his candidate is secure and safe- have much to do in maintaining the f ( ) $3 per Line.

ly in office, it is the editor's high priv- markets in proper condition.-Orlando Monticello 1,000 in baskets, Fla. by express. Arcadia Nurseries n-io-tf Traffic r

ilege to stand without the political Reporter. BUILD UP YOUR FLOCK.-Langshans, Mi- TrendsTideward .
enclosure and applaud him as he gives and White Leghorn Cockerels, $2.00
Actual Prices for Oranges Not each. Expenses paid within a reasonable dis-
the favors he has bestow the ,
to to tane. Good ones for the money. S. S. De- Toward
Quotations. Lanoy, Apopka, Fla.
"other fellows" and their "friends, to 11-10-2
Jacksonville Fla. Nov.10.-The following DORMANT BUDS-Harts Late for sale. Sev- The
the third and fourth generation of f on genuine rough lemon /
those that did nothing for his ele sales show quite an important im- stack, young and vigorous. Low Price. Box 93. Turbid
provement over sales made the first to Ocoee, Fla. 11-1 0-3 .,-.,
vation. the middle of the week: RAPES.-One thousand White Niagara grape TwistingTack : ;: '.,
This is a bit of picturesque and vigorous First car sold at 1.35 to 2.05; average, vines for sale. $4 a hundred. F. Lloyd .'::;
Fruitland Park, Lake
county 11-3-6
writing, but it presents a very 1.70. The ..
unworthy view of{ the true journalist.If Second car, 1.00 to 2.00; average, 1.60. TO MAKE HENS LAY-There is nothing likeBowfeer's Trackless. "
Third car, 1.20 to 2.50; average, 1.50. Animal Meal. 40 tons sold in Flor- .
an editor is "beating the tom ida last year. Hundreds of testimonials. For -
Markets are now all on the improve, particulars write Amsden Tarpon Time :
tom" in the E. W. Ormond, Fla.
merely hope of securingsome and we look for splendid prices on fruit io-13-tf Takes.

political office and fails,of course shipped now.JACKSONVILLE. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS for HATCHING.- Tempts
he is disappointed and deserves to be. FRUIT AUCTION Co., Fla.of the best. $i for 13. R. Puddy, Test The

Does the horticulturist study, and observe THOS. R. TOWNS, Pres. Lawtey 10-6-13 The Tardy
.. HANDBILLS for the sale of Grape Fruit Copy-
and labor from morning tonight iqo, 25 cents; 500, 90 cents; i.ooo, Tale To
Growers' Vade Mecum. $1.60, post included. Can be ordered from
to produce the most perfectfruits t Adolph Riedel, 1818 Collington AV., Baltimore, The Tarry.
in his power, which shall bring Messrs. Wilson & Toomer, "The Fertil Md Better your returns; try it. 10-6-8 Types Tax ,'.
him the highest market price merely izer House of Florida," have issued a little RESPONSIBLE, Reliable Commission Mer-
brochure, which every progressive N. Y-Batterson & Co. Tell; Thou .
with the ambition
pitiful to electedto I I-29-tf
would find valuable
grower to him Travel
many Thy
the State Senate or appointed rev- : times a year. It gives in condensed form FOR North EXCHANGE-Summer Carolina mountains.and Owner winter hotel must This

enue collector? Is that the object of the percentage of the different constituents live in Florida. Wants; good orange grove. W. Talent

the attorney or the physician ? Is in fertilizing materials, their valuesin B. Clarkson, Jacksonville, Fla. 9-is-tf Typical To-day

that the extent of his pride in his the chief markets of the country, the Q fl fl fl fl FINE healthy pear trees. LeConte, Thoroughfare That
proportions recommended for different Kieffer, Garber and others. Satsuma -
fession ? crops, etc. There are also formulas for Oranges,Figs Peaches, Plums and Pecansat Through Thrift
If so it i is a tacit confession that his bottom prices. J. H. Girardeau Monticello,
making the various insecticides and fun- Florida. 9-8 tf The Tend

ability to run "the machine" and to gicides, carefully compiled from authentic FOR' CUTAWAY HARROW prices,address E. Truly To
manage "the boys" is greater than his sources. In fact, it contains just the 1021tfUDARSON. Hubbard Federal Point Fla.,State Agent.

intellect and his business capacity in i information which the grower often Tropical Thee.x
wishes he had, but does not know exact- BROWN ORANGE" and "Carney Territory. To-inorrow.
his profession. If a journalist has no ly where to look for it. Sicily Lemon.-Best orange and lemon
higher object in "beating the tomtom" grown. Write for catalogue J. H. Turnley, The
"Excelsior Nurseries, Lake Weir, Fla. 8-11-13
than to play the lackey to Thoughtful
some politi
"Are They Yellow Enough? FOR SAL2.-I6.000 orange, lemon and grape
cian in the hope of trees. Write for
securing a posi catalogue and prices Tourist
You will find our actual sales, not All budded on sour stock. j. II. Turnley, "Ex-
tion, that politician do s"well to leave quotations, in this issue. In no instance celsior NurseriesLake Weir, Fla. 7-7-20 Thanks

him to his base sycophancy, and the will we give anything but actual price FOR SALE for cash,time or tiade orange groves,, The
people, with a rugged and honest con fruit sold for, which does not misleadthe i Fla. and timber lands. E. RUMLEY, Keuka, .
3-n-i6t Terse
tempt for flunkey ism, generally elect grower. Write for stencils.
such an adept in the degrading art to grove,very fine two to four year old orange
remain home. THOS. R. TOWNS, Pres. and lemon buds, fine vegetable lands. Send for That
at description and price. J.
L. Derieiix Lakeland,
All legislative bodies need able and Polk county Fla. 11-3-3 Tells

honest men representing all occupa FRUIT TREES.FOIl I FOR SALE.-125 acre of good land on North The
of St. Lucie River,
over half mile of
tions-except journalists, teachers and river front, besides navigable river running Truth.
clergymen. These if they exercise through it. Fourteen acres cleared of which ten '
SOUTHERN ORCHARDS. are in pineapples, mostly bearing, one in mangoes The
their high professions as they should, i one in limes and lemons. Cottage, packinghouse

exert more influence in shaping legis Write for Catalogue and price list. dall, Waveland, etc., Fla.Price $7,000. E. C. B.11.3-5 Tyn- !. Typical-

lation and educating the people than JENNINCS' NURSERY Trip
COLIC IN HORSES.-I have a sure cure, and Thine
. they could in the legislative assembly. Thomasville, Ga. send post paid enough{ for ten cases
.. for one dollar. Easily given. F. Waldron, Via 9
Welaka, Fla. 11-3-2 ..
Dilatory Ocean Service The
CITRUS TREES.-Fine stock;none better;low
With a promised weekly service of ". CENT- -WORD" COL UMN. numbers", and offered.square Write treatment for prices.No Thirteen"back Tropical

steamers, the Philadelphia Steamship To insure insertion in this column, advertisements years experience. Phoenix Nurseries Braiden- Trunk
Co. have given a service thus far of must be accompanied by the money. town, Fla. n 3-ib Line.For .

about one sailing fi.'teen!' Advertisements must not exceed fifty words. FOR 90 DAYS-I will sell first-class budded or and
every days ; Postage Stamps received in payment. ange trees and grape fruit trees, one and two maps particulars address,
with an advertised direct service be Count every word including name and address. years old, cheaper than any firm in the State. G. D. ACKERLY
this and 15 varieties. Call on o* address G. L. Michael, ,
city Jacksonville, theyare Stall Hill Nursery, Glen Ethel. Fla. io-'7-8
FOR SALE-On the tree, at Duke, St. Johns GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
stopping their boats at Brunswick, county, Fla.,about 1,500 boxes A i bright oranges DINE Smooth Cayenne and Abbaka Pineapple ,

Georgia, on the nortji-b.\ und trip. D. woodbury from the, Cheshire Dr. Greeley, Conn.grove. Address.11-3-6 B. Co.Suckers, Orlando and Fla.Slips. Orlando Grape ct 10-27-8 Fruit THE TROPICAL TRUNK LINE.Jacksonville ,

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SAVANNAH LINE.Time The Clyde Steamship Co.


48 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and
between Savannah and Boston, 65 to 70 hours. ,

The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -

OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,

Both ways :

Pa..a.Ke Raters t (STANDARD' TIME.)
From New York. From Jacksonville,
Between Jacksonville and New York: First-class, $25.60; Intermediate, $19.00; Excursion, 843.50; (Pier 29 E. R.) STEAMER Florida.

Steerage, $12.50. Friday Oct. 26th, at 3 p m...... ..."CHEROKEE" ......Thursday, Nov. ist, at 7x0 a m
Jacksonville and Boston: Cabin, $27.00; Intermediate, $21.00; Excursion, $47.301; Steerage, $14.25 Monday, 29th,atspm........."* Y L l\IASSEE".Sunday. 4th at qooamnooa:
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: WedneSday, 31st. at 3 p m......... "ALGONQUIN".......Tuesday, 6th,at : m
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Friday, Nov. %d. at 3 p m........."SEMINOLE"..... ...Thursday, 8th, at 1:30 p m
Monday "sthat3pm..IROQUOIS.Sunday; 11th,at 1:30pm
(Central or goo Meridian Time.) Wednesday, .a. 7th, atspm.. ......"CHEROKEE" ...... .Tuesday, i3th, at 4:00: am
Tallahassee...................................... .......... .........Wednesday 24, 2.00 p. m. Friday 9th, atspm........ .aYEl\IASSEE".Thursday, "" 15th, at 5:30 a m
City of Augusta ......................................................Friday, Oct. 26, 3.00 a. m. Mo.day.II" nth,at 3 p.ALGONQUIN".Sunday.u. .. 18th, at H.oo a m
City Birmingham.... .................. ................... ......Saturday, Oct. 27, 4.30 p. m. Wednesday, II 14th, at 3 p m........."SEMINOLE". .Tuesday, .' 20th, at 10:00 a m
Kansas City................................... ......................Monday Oct. 29, 6 oo p.m. Friday, a. 16th, at 3 p m........."*IROQUOIS".Thursday.. 22d. at 12:1.0 p m
... .. .
Chattahoochee ........................................ ...............Wedn'sdayoct. 31, 7.00 a. m. Monday, 19th, atapm CHhROKEE" .... Sunday, u 25th. at 1'30pm
Nacoochee ........ ............................................ ... ....Friday, Nov. 2, 8.30 p.m. Wednesday 21St. at 3 p m."YAMASSEE".Tuesday, II 27th at 4:00 a m
Tallahassee........ ..... ......... ......................... ..... ..Saturday, Nov. 3, 9.30 a.m. Friday la 23d. at3 p m."ALGONQUIN".Thursday. ....."* ........ .29th,at 5.30\ a m
City Augusta: .....................................................Monday, Nov. 5,11.00 a. m. Monday, 26th, at 3 p m. EMINOLE" Sunday, 2d, at 7:30 a m
.... .... ..... ... .. .. Wednesday, 28th,at 3 p m."IROQUOIS".Tuesday, 4th, at 9:00am:
City of Birmingham .... ... ...... ...Wedn'sdayNov.7, I.oop.m. ., ... ....... "
Kansas City................................ ..... ...............Friday, Nov. 9, 2.oop.m. Friday, 30th,at 3 pm. "CHEROKEE" Tuesday, bthatDec. 10:00: a m
Chattahoochee................ ......................... ...... ......Saturday, Nov. 10, 3.00 p. m. For New York direct.
Nacoochee ................ ................ ... ..... ......... ......Monday. Nov.12, 4-30 p.m. -
Tallahassee .................. ....... ........ ........... .............Wedn.saayNov.I4! 6.ooa.m.
City of Augusta... .......................................... .....Friday, Nov.16, 7.303. m. Philadelphia and Jacksonville Line.
City of,Birmingham!................_............ .................Saturday, Nov. 17, 7 oo p. m.
Kansas City...................... .... ........ ...................Monday, Nov. 19, 10.00 a. m. Weekly service between Jacksonville and Philadelphia, calling at Charleston, S. C., southbound -
Chattahoochee .......... .. .........................................Wedn'sday Nov.21, 12.30 p.m. The fast freight Steamships "Delaware" and "Winyah" are appointed to sail as fol-
NacooQhee ................................................ ... .........Friday, Nov.23, 2.coa. m. lows:
. Tallahassee..... ........ .... .... .. .............. .... .......Saturday, Nov.24 3.oo a.m.
City of Augusta ....................-.... .......................Monday, Nov.26, 5.oo p. m. From Philadelphia: STEAMSHIPS: From Jacksonville Direct:
City of-Birmingham........ ........................................Wedn.saayNov.2 6 ooa. m. Saturday, October 27th ...............DELAWARE ...............Sunday, November 4th
Kansas City...... ...................... .............................Friday, Nov.30, 7.30 a. m. Saturday, November 3d.......... ....WINYAH...................Sunday, November nth
Saturday, November loth................DELAWARE......... .......Sunday, November 18th
FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON.City Saturday,. November iTth. .................WINYAH...... ........ ...Sunday. November 25th
of Macon. Thursday, Oct. 25. 3.oo. p m. Saturday, November 24th..DELAWARE.... .. ........Sunday, December 2d
Gate ... Thursday,, Nov. i, 8.ooa. m. Saturday, December 1st ... ...........!..WINYAH. ... ........ ...Sunday, December 9th
City of Macon. Thursday, Nov. 8, i.sop.m.
Gate Thursday, Nov. 15, 6.30p.m.
City Thursday, Nov. 22, i.oop.m.6.30p.m.. S'T J"OHNS RIVER LINE.
Gate Thursday, Nov. 29, .

( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.) For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate. Points on

Dessoug.................._. Nov. 8, 1.30 p.m. the St. Johns River.
.. } Nov. 18, 8.00 a. m.
Deasoug. Nov. 28, 6.ooa. m. .
'. The elegant iron side-wheel steamers
99 .
City of J'acksonV'ille: ,
Connect at Savannah with Central Railroad of Georgia. Savannah Florida & Western Railway, SHAW -
Capt. W.A. ,
Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad.
Through Bills of Lading, Tickets,and Baggage Checks to and from all Eastern Points in the South. "':ErE: E D'hZ DeBARY "
See your nearest ticket agent or write for Freight or Passage to
R. L. WALKER Agent, C. G.ANDERSON,Agent. Capt. T. W. LUND,Jr. .
New Pier No.35, North River"New York. City Exchange Building, Savannah, Ga...Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville,daily except Saturday, at 3.30 p. m., and from Sanford,
RICHARDSON & BARNARD.Agents, Lewis' Wharf, Boston. daily except Sunday, at 9 00 a. m. .
W. L.JAM ItS, Agent, 13 S.Third Street Philadelphia.
W. H. RHETT, Gen'l Agt. C. R. R., 317 Broadway, New York.J. SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.
D. HASHAGEN, Eastern Agent. Sav., Fla. &Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway N. Y. Read down. SCHEDULE. Read
J.L. ADAMS, Gen'l East. Agt. F. C. & P. R. R., A. DeW. SAMPSON, General Agent, up.
Broadway, New York. 306 Washington St., Boston.. :Leave 3.30 p. m. .......... ........ .... Jacksonville ...................... Arrive 3.30 a. m.
J. P. BECKWITH General Agent, 121 West Bay Street,Jacksonville. .. 8.45 p. m. ... ......... ........... Palatka ........................ .Leave 9.00 p. m.
W. J. FARRELL, Soliciting Agent. W. E.ARNOLD Gen. Trav. Pass. Agt., .. 3.011 a. m.. ...................... Astor .................... .. .a 3.30 P. m.
WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agent, .I 4.30 a. m. .......................St. Francis....................... ". 1.30 p. m.
121 West Bay Street,Jacksonville. u 5.30a. m. ...... ..... ............Beresford........................ 12.00 noon
u 6.00 a. m. ...... .................Blue Springs... ........ ....... II 11.30 a. m.
Arrive 8.30 a. m. ...... ... .... ... .....Sanford. ................. .... .. h 9.00 a. m.
SAVINGS AND TRUST BANK 9.25 a. m................. ............ Enterprise........ .... ... 9.30a. m.

w General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jaoksonville

OF FLORIDA, A. J. COLE, Passenger Agent 5 Bowling Green New York.M. .
H. CLYDE Assistant Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green New York.D. .
JACKSONVILLE. D. C. MINK. General Freight Agent. 12 So. Delaware avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
THEO. G. EGER Traffic Bowling Green New York.
CAPITAL S5O7OOO. Manager 5
F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida : Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St., ]Jacksonville, Fla.
H. ROBINSON, President. W. J. HARKISHEIMER Vlce-Pres. JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent foot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Fla.
J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street Jacksonville Fla.
W1\I RAWLINSON, Cashier,

WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents, .

DIRECTORS : 18 South Delaware Avenue. Philadelphia. 5 Bowling Green. New York.W. .


Collections made on all points of Florida,and Remitted for on day of Pay- WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO.

ment. Active and Savings Accounts Solicited. Interest Paid on ,

JOHN L. MARVIN Savings. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers,.

President. gQ X14 8T BAY 19'r., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

' Cashier. Assistant Cashier. We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of
CAPITAL $100,000. I

Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal

. THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.


Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General
Yugert-Illen>l Periiltxer Go. NITRATE SODA
Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE ,

Star Brand Fertilizers, MURIATE OF POTASH,

DIR1 C roi .s
John L. Marvin, A. B. Campbell. Chas. Marvin Orange Tree and Vegetable KAINIT, Etc

H: T. Baya. T. W. Roby Judge R. B. Archibald ; FERTILIZER.These .
Judge E. M. Randall. C. B. Rogers W. M. Davidson Fertilizers hare no superior in. the market and a trial will convince w
Dr H. Robinson, John B. Hartridgs.L Send for Catalogue free.








that our Company could prepare HIGHER GRADES fertilizers and sell them at LOWER PRICES than other manufacturers. The reason is obvious. We are home manufacturers!, saving all extra e
costs of transportation,additional handling, drayage,etc., extra storage and the Jacksonville agents' commissions. In purchasing from us, you secure :your fertilizers from first hands-the
manufacturers all our shipments are direct from our factory, accordingly we can make you a lower list price on our Special Crop Mixtures. But in addition to this we propose,during the present
season of'94-95 to give.very purchaser! of our brands the benefit of all the profits of the middle-men and agents,therefore we will allow, with ALL CASH ORDERS,


The usual commission paid to agents. We propose to give the growers of Florida and other States their fertilizers on closer margins of profit than ever before.


Are Our Fertilizers Large Producers: ? How Can You Obtain Good Prices for Your


No company watches their Special Brands as we do,a letter of inquiry going to each purchaserafter ? .,.L..
.. the gathering of his crop;this,combined with our numerous and exhaustive tests have enabled Crops
: us to gradually improve our Special Crop Mixtures so'as to meet. the crop and soil requirements -
,thus greatly increasing the'yield. It is decidedly to our interest to have those who use or expect to purchase our brands of fertilizers -
secure the very highest prices for their fruit and vegetables,and see that they get full NET
RETURNS. We have accordingly arranged to sell at New York, the best market in the country, <
Can We Actually Increase Your Profits 50 if properly worked.the crops of our customers and th-ir friends. We have employed men, thor-
: oughly acquainted with this business! in New York State,and you can rest assured that none of
your consignments will be sacrificed on glutted markets as in such instance we have arranged to
reforward. at a nominal expense to interior markets.
to 500 per cent ? During June and July. 'q>>. we handled and sold the entire watermelon crop of G. W. Bigelow. ,
of Bushnell, Fla. The NET RETU RNS we sent him were&?;,134.15 for 28 carloads-or an average of
$219.07 net-fully 25 to 50 per cent.higher than any other melon growers in Florida or Georgia have.
Those following our advice have done more than that-they have,by increasing the yield and ever received for their shipments during the entire s ason.
improving the quality made proven and truck farms that were.not paying expenses, by a liberal i (For an itemized list ot these sales see F. F. & F. Grower for Nov. 3rd. '94.)
dressing of our Special Fertilizers,yield them handsome incomes each year, over all expenses. I Mr. Bigelow raised these magnificent melons,the finest ever seen in N. Y.,with our cele' rated .
Write for our new pamphlet for season'94-95,and read it carefully. brand of TRUCK FARMERS' SPECIAL.


Ship your orange and vegetable crops to us via Clyde Line to New York, and secure highest market prices,.

prompt and full returns. :

Write for our new fertilizer pamphlet for'95 and all agricultural information, samples, analyses;prices, stencils, etc., etc. : .
>' '


FACTORY, EAST JACKSONVILLE. New Offices, 658, 660 and 662 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. No. 1 Broadway, NEW YORK. _

A complete: treatise on the most successful fertilization for young and bearing orange trees on pine and ham- '

mock lands in Florida for increased profits, sent on application.

EstablisYietcl in 1816.



a list and description of the Choicest and Most Profitable varieties ot the Citrus
Sold for the low price of Family, which we have selected from over one hundred different varieties grown, and tested by us
in our extensive experience of seventeen years. We carry one of
The Largest Stocks of Citrus Trees in the United States.
It is strong and well-made, and. easy to operate. Has -
automatic feed. Send Ifor circulars. Address R \jr P P I B R C e.
Sunset Hill,Lake Co.,Fla,. Y
J. ALDRICH, Agent for Florida,
Box 493, Orlando, Florida. -
Orange Trees I ,



Manufactured by the

L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co., The Old Reliable_Buckeye Nurseries. I

OF PAWTUCKET R. I. JESfrl have on hand the finest lot of stock I have ever grown of all the standard va-
rieties. I hare a specially fine lot of Tardiff and Jaffa in two-year buds, from five

We also carry in stock Potash. Nitrate Soda,Kainit, Cracked Bone and Beef Scraps for Poul- to seven feet high. I recognize the fact that it's hard times, and propose to sell at
try,Sulphur,Cottonseed Meal,Tobacco Stems, I&nd'Plaster and Ashes. hard time prices. I make a specialty of the King Orange.


Rear of 26 West Bay St.,on river front,midway between Main and: Laura Sts. M. E. GILLETT Prop.,

Send for Pocket Memoranda Boot. Weirsdale, Fla.



On Blackwater Bay,opposite Bagdad, Santa Rosa County, Florida.

An Incorporated Home Association of Orange Growers for marketing Florida Fruit to the a
BOX MATERIAL-The Exchange is fully prepared to supply boxes and paper on
order. Write for price list and terms. k
GEO. R.FAIRBANKS President. D. GREENLEAF, Vlce-President. Seed nuts at one cent per nut. Table nuts at fifteen cents per pound. One year old trees average
ALBERT M. IVES R.Gen'l Mgr.and Treas. M. P. TURNER, Secretary. 6 to 12 inches high,at 5 cents per tree; $40 per thousand Terms cash with order, in money
DIRECTORS-Geo. Fairbanks,AlachuaCo.; E.G. Hills Bradford Co.; Dr. E. E. Pratt must
order letter.
Bagdad ,
on post-office or registered Postage orders
Greenleaf accompany by or same
HU1sboro(.0.: John Fabyan, Lake Co.; Hy Crutcher Orange Co.; D. Duval Co. will be dedu ted from the order. Orders carefully packed and shipped as directed. Trans'it
J. D. Mead. Duval Co.: A.'Brady, Brevard Co.:F.0. Sampson, Marion Co.; C. V.Hillyer to be paid by purchaser on receirt of order. No responsibility after charges -
shipment. Absence
Marion Co.; John M. Bryan, Osceola Co.;W. E. Stanton, Putnam Co.; M.'S.More man'. St. shipping direction will ship by Instructions for planting cultivating, ,
express. etc. cheerfully
Keck Polk Co.Addresslall .
Johns Co.; 0. F. A. Bielby, Volusia Co.; Irving from December
given purchasers requested. Planting season Match. Earlier the better.
correspondence to the Florida Fruit Exchange,Jacksonville Fla Stencils
with full packing and shipping instructions furnished on. application; ARTHUR BROWN, P. O. Box No. 4, Bagdad Florida. .