Florida farmer & fruit grower

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Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title:
Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title:
Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title:
Florida farmer and fruit grower
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
S. Powers
Creation Date:
March 10, 1892
Physical Description:
29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.


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


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

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University of Florida
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Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
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Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen


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Has proved to be the earliest and finest grape In Florida,being fully two weeks earlier than Niagara. ==
57 CHATHAM ST., BOSTON. All the White Diamond grape vines we offer for ale have been grown and will be shipped ,
direct by the Diamond White Grape Company of Rochester, N. Y. They are guaranteed to be
Price Catalogues of weekly sales furnisheson vines and for the follows I
application. strong healthy two-year-old our prices same are as : I

FOR CASH, $22 PER 100 or$20O PER 1,000. I S -



BROS., for price list and descriptive pamphlet,giving terms for vineyard planting on time. Address .. ....
BARNETT AGENTS E. DUBOIS BOX 182: Tallahassee, Fla. General Agent Diamond White .o. ..
Grape Company for Florida and Georgia. -
FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGF. Also full stock of Niagara Delaware, Ives, Cynthiana. Norton,Chassellas Black Hamburg and o 0
all other leading and new varieties of grape vines, native and foreign. Q C1QfA
I Wholesale Commission, Fruits and Yegitables. ..

Prompt 1 return.,SUCCESSORS Stencils RIVENBURG.'V-ontb on"application."''t4"rRt TO y&t.rhlcujmDALMER CO., NEW BEANS NEW PRICES And Building CHARLES Material.rON, S. C.

G. S. PALMER We now have in stock an extra fine lot of crop of 1891 beans at following prices::
166 Jteade Street, New York.
SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY. Hastings' Excelsior: Refugee.......... $1.50 $5.00 Improved Golden Wax................ 1.50 5.50
Oranges. Lemons, Pineapples, and all other Improved Round Pod Refugee........ 1.25 4.50 J Wardwell's Kidney Wax............. 1.50 5.50 I
Fruits and early truck also dried fruits,nuts, Improved Valentine.......... 1.25 4..25 Flageolet Wax......................... 1.60; 5.75 FLA.,
furs.etc. Improved Extra Early Valentine, 1.40 5.00 I I
All consignments promptly remitted for. Stencil I
*and market reports furnished free. H. G. HASTINGS & CO., Interlachen, Fla.Our .
References: Bradstreets and established merchants -
and banks of THE the South. -page catalogue with revised price-list free on application. IRRIGATING I I


Xnt', Rare and Elegant Plant* of Every

Palms, Orchids Df'lJrrlltlon, Cacti and I Bamboos The Virginia Ventilated Fruit Carriers BOTH )

Shade and ornameatil trees and shrubs for South-
lawn and Choice exotic
era gardens. plants A
for the greenhouse or conservatory. No. 41-6 Baskets, three-quarter Bushel. No. 34-i6-quart gift crate. STRAM HORSE POWER.
one-half Bushel. No. '
ORANGE AND. LEMON TREESin No. 42-4 36-32-
all the leading varieties budded from bearing No. 56-2 NO.3032Standard crate.
trees on our own grounds and -
true to name. guaranteed Send for catologues,prices and samples.

Fruits.All the Our New 88 page and Illustrated Desirable and Descriptive Tropical SOUTH SIDE MFG. CO., Petersburg, Va. PIPE, PIPE FITTING, BRASS
Catalogue for 1892 tells all about these things and
is sent recto applicants. AddressR. .
D. HOYT, Manager, ,
_Seven Oaks, Fla.POULTRY .
R. M. BURROWS & CO., Write for Estimates.



ttt : Jennlnci Nursery (*o., Thomas.vttt. .
: 64 fc 66 PROSPECT ST., Cleveland, O. .. f ..r"'n.
""We are not connected in any way with any soj-c tiled Fruit Auction House: Only actual selling
prices quoted. Correspondence with shippers solicited. REFERENCES Mercantile National Bank ; Six day rmtliti thnaoyvar'ferrtrtedattCe
Trade Mark.HOLLIS' Wm. Edwards & Co.. Wholesale Grocers; Childs. Groff& Co., Wholesale Boots & Shoes; Dradstreets' -
CANNED MEAT FOR POULTRY and R. G.Dun &Co.'s Mercantile Agencies; "Ohio Farmer,"Cleveland. Agile u-fl Kz. Ground
at U n-va.> Y ColorprrrnLib
Will Make Hens Lay! : wMte palp I
.,I Will Make Chickens Growl! ien"iou< cr.., cwcct The nulv and IU'ape doil -
Southernmost Florist Establishment in U. S.
AND GOOD FOB MOULTING FOWLS. ;bo'--=:. ., that rank Drat both. III
esrllopfi and quality.:
This food Is strictly fresh meat,carefully _' tgf acb vine sealed with
I : ESTABLISHED IS3.C #;.5 .'"r rf"IlI.le.M IndoJ' -
cooked,ground fine,seasoned and hermetically .
mark IaLM I
tend for
sealed in 8-lbcan8. Being ground fine,It r Rare new fruits;Shrubbery;Ornamental plants-Palms,Orchids Fern, ..&."'-..': '1utU. eirfortna110n.' Aaentsw.ratedYtartaa
, can be readily mixed with soft food,and fed Bamboos,Cactus Conifers Aquatics. Stock safely shipped over the whole: SIEP.-lr.'II !iQVT uNS.Now tanaao CC
so as to give each fowl an equal share. Pric 1. world. Fine illustrated catalogue of xoo pages sent on receipt of ioc. Clean, -

SOcts per can; E3 per doz. Address HOLLIS healthy stock. Low prices.R6ASOXER. FEC[
DRESSED MEAT & WOOL CO., 20 NorthBoston. ._ BROS., On coo, Fla. !
Ma+.. Mention paper.* l WIRE RAPE SELVAJ3E.


Giant, Parry's Japan Walnuts.Japan Golden
Russet, Idaho and Keiffer Fears.! EleacnusLonglpes
Hardy Oranges and other valuable acres devoted to testing new varieties. Thirty acres in orchards. One quarter of a million s
: novelties. Small Fruits. Grapes, etc. Fruit ((250.000))nursetrees of the finest. tested varieties. Our new catalogue for 1891-92 is the most com-
tS Shade and Nut trees. Ornamental Shrubs Vines prenensive we have ever issued,and will be mailed free on application. Address 4

-. etc: Illustrative Descriptive WILLIAM Catalogue PARRY free. G. L. TABER :-: Glen St. Mary Fla. RABBIT dr POULTRY FENCrtrialtrai
sJm Pd4 ry,21ew Jersey. ,, h.1CLL WORTRIURILLC0..CRICbJO
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Is the most effective compound vet discovered frr destroying the insects infesting the orange tree and is a sovereign remedyfor

the various forms of fungi on trees and plants. Bern free from all substances of a caustic corrosive or poisonous nature, it can

be handled with perfect safety to the person, and applied to the trees at any stare of growth without injury.

This insecticide has been used by some of the largest :orange growers in the State during the past two years, and has given

oerfect satisfaction. References furnished on application.FOR .

RUST MITE USE ONE OUART TO FIFTY GALLONS OF WATFR. When used at this strength the trees should be sprayed

for the Rust Mite twice a month through the season. Where labor constitutes the principal item of expense in spravine trees it is better

and cheaper to use the Insecticide at full strength viz.::: One gallon of solution to 50 gallons of water, as the fumes from the Insecticide

will kill the Rust Mite even if t the solution should not happen to touch them. In using the Insecticide at this strength it will save

three or through the season, thereby reducing the cost from one-third to one-half. This is an Advantage Possessed by

no Other Preparation of Sulphur.)})} ]If used in this marner it will also kill the other insects that may be moving on the trees.

FOR RED SPIDER and SCALE, use one gallon to fiftv gallons of water. General directions for using sent on application.

PRICE 2c.() PER GALLON, in barrels. If there is no agent in vour vicinity, write for price delivered. .

SPRAYING APPARATUS furnished to our customers at cost. :'

McMASTER & MILLER, San Mateo and Citra, Fla.


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.w.tL With the Magnificent Connections.
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um11:' The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.

The attention of shippers 1*directed to the Plant S. S. Line between Havana.Key Went and Tatrpa.and "ontn Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford S., P.&W.Ry.-between
Jacksonville Gainesville.Bainbridge. River Junction and "Havannah Savannah and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,PflUadelphia.Bmton and New
York,ant Merchants and Miners Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore The best equipped,fastest and most prompt lines between all points In P'lortdaand all
point North and Northwest..Receiver and shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connections:
Double dally fast freight service for all poInts West via Albany,Jescp, Bainbridge and Double daily fart freight pervlce rrrm all point North and West via Albany.Bainbridge,
Savannah, Jesup and Savannah to all points In Florida;fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jack
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to al) Eastern. Interior sonville.Callaban and Live Oak.
and Coast points, Including Hew;York,Boston, Philadelphia,Baltimore,Washington Four .htp.a week by the fleet! teamhlp of the Ocean Steamship Company,tailing from
Providence. New York New( Pier So:,North River,)direct for Savannah Monday,Wednesday,Friday and
Four connections a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company,leaving Savannah SaturdayThe
Monday Wednesdays.Friday and Saturdays. Boston and Savannah Steamship Company' steamer will leave Boston June 4.1L
Two connections a week for Baltimore,via Merchants'" and Miners'Transportation 18 ant' 25 for Savannah direct, making connection on the dock at Savannah:! with fast
pany,leav-'ng savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. freight train" for al! points In Florida.
Connection for Boston via Boston and baMinnah:: bteamshlp Company,leaving Savannah From Philadelphia. via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Philadelphia May IJ, 19 and 29,
Jane 4.11.18 and 25. every five! day from regular rallirp day vl. Ntw York tnHpvannah.
Connection for Philadelphia{every ten days via Ocean Ftet-mnhlp Company,leaving Knm Baltimore via Merchant and Miner Tranrortatlon Co., every Tuesday and
Savannah June..14 and 24. Friday, making due connection with B.,F.A W.By.for all) points In Florida
Balling days for Btenmshlps are subject to change without notice.

The Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickestJand best freight route from all Points North,}att *rd Y en to Ilrrlda.' Fer.full jaitirrlar) rates..flre-Utl and Mrrir? receipt apply to
any agents of the above lines,or to WM.P.HARDEE,Gen'l Freight Agent,Savannah .
0.D.OWENS,TrfBc Manager.'.BaTanDah,Ga F.B.PA PY,A ret.; Trtff Ifanapcr,vanrah,Ga. W.M.DAVII CN, Gcn'l Traffic Agent Jacksonville,Fla. '
J.JoKDAir,TraY.Agent,Qulncy. ? .J.E.DBATTOl',Tray Agent, Jacksonville. J.H.BTKPHKVB,gent'Jacksonville. .

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Gfrove and Orchard, of its ,sinewy struggle to upheave the handsome grove had evidently suffered I said, which was exceedingly popularwith
bole.. It is the metallic power of the : for such netdful care before Mr. Brown the islanders -Boston Journal.The ].
magnetic current whose meridian ; took it ill charge I Eist Indians must have sharp
Japan Walnut. crosses Florida in the line of the iron WILL WALLACE HARNEY. teeth, if they can masticate manga-
This species is found growing wild fields expressing itself in root and Orlando nese. The reporter probably misun-
in the mountains of northern Japan, branch. derstood the lecturer and got this

and is, without doubt, as hardy a? an However that may be, the tonic Durion and Manganese.A word instead of mangosteen.,
oak. The leaves are of immense size, properties of the ferric oxide or ferric peculiar kind of fruit grown in .4
sulphate cannot be questioned if described Prof. Below the Frost Line.
Ceylon was by GeorgeL.
and of charming shade of
a green. properly applied. There is a peculiar Goodale in a recent lecture on the Uditor Farmer and Fruit-Grower.
The nuts, which are produced in extreme brightening and darkening of the pen- I vegetation of that island, which it Will you kindly inform me how
abundance, grow in clusters. ciled lining of the bark, which distin might pay some enterprising fruit much of the country lying along the
fifteen or twenty; have a shell thicker guishes all the trees I have seen tested. dealer to introduce into Boston. It is Gulf coast between townships 40 and
than the English walnut, but not so is from
50 entirely exempt frost'Vill ]?
thick as the black walnut. The meatis
\ you tell me the character of the
sweet; of the very best quality; soil and facilities for water transportation -
flavor like butternut, but less oily, and ?
much superior. The trees grow with S. W. UPTON.
great vigor, assuming a very handsome 1 Umatilla, Fla. '
form, and need no pruning; ma- The facilities for transportation below -
ture early; bear young, and are more i Cape Romano and even below
regular and productive than the En- 4 44kA I Punta Rassa are meager, consisting
glish walnut; having an abundance of almost entirely of occasional schooners
fibrous roots it transplants as safely as I owned by the planters on the Ten
an apple tree. The cut is from the ,! Thousand Islands and the adjacent
well known nurseryman, William : coast. There is much rich soil, espe-
Parry, of Parry, New Jersey. 'cially on these islands, but the sea
*S- ; winds are hard on vegetation.
Ferrio Oxide for Foot Rot and other i Rev. James H. White, United
Diseases of the Orange. i States Weather Bureau observer, says :
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: i "The experience of January, 1886,
I have been led to a considerationof makes it clear that no portion of the
the subject, in vie w of Dr. Robin- mainland is absolutely exempt from
son's favorable confirmation of my frost; but for all practical purposes
own view, by my QJj! ,ration of the t that part of the State lying south of a
remedial agency of the iron in diseasesof line from Cape Romano to Jupiter
the orange, and my wish to learn : Inlet may be regarded as strictly
the philosophy of that benefit. The tropical. *
cause of the disease i is, I am satisfied, "The Atlantic coast on the east and
an effect of growth occurring in peri the Gulf coast on the west are subjectto
ods, at the node or juncture of the very different influences, and con.
root and stem. Every forest walk 41 4 7 I sequently develop quite diverse cli-
shows us by the long heavy spurs at Tck' matic .conditions. On the Atlantic
the root or on the bole of the oak ; side the coast is abrupt, and dry landis
species, the tremendous strain on the contiguous to the water. On the
physical uplifting of the stem and Gulf side the coast line is low and flat,
boughs. Gradually the undergroundroots with an abundance of marsh,and man
or levers have swollen and lifted' grove islands.
themselves and the mass of the tree "On the east coast the waters are
upward. This occurs in periods which deep, and, as a consequence, are but
some intelligent fruit growers fix at l little influenced either by the heat of
twenty years, others at nine and eleven I summer or the cold of winter, whileon
years. The first, a downward projec- ..? rr th 6" 4r.M., the west coast the waters are shallow -
tion, begins and on a badly drained j I a long distance from the shore,
soil produces the dieback; but I have JAPAN WALNUT. I and, consequently, the temperature of
had a young tree that, unassisted -forI The scars of the root are healed over called the "durion," and is remark- the water is much inflenced by
had given up hope of remedy at that and the healthy lining restored. Thisis ,able in many ways. Sr('me persons the season, and, in turn! it influences -
point the grove-conquered by pen- even more evident where other pal taking of the fruit for the first time'' the temperature of the land,
etrating the pan, and in two years it remedies, as bluestone, have been find it nauseating; others characterizeit warming it in summer and cool.
made up the loss of six. tried in the same grove, with evidentlyless as delicious. In shape the fruit ing it in winter. But the most
The practical efficiency of the iron beneficial effect. I have recently somewhat resembles two large pineapples potent factor in this climatic differenceis
I base partly'on the element itself, its made the comparison in the Wilcox fastened together. One end I the Gulf Stream on the east and the
known qualities of elasticity;and partly grove near Orlando; and also exam- of the fruit smells like a full blown Texas northers on the west. The
in the ratio of equivalent substitution.In ined some trees in the old Patrick rose; the other has the accentuatedodor Gulf Stream does not enter the Gulfof
chemistry an equivalent substitutionis grove to which the iron has been ap- of strong onions. If a stranger Mexico further than to pass aroundthe
a correspondence of rational powers. I plied. I myself recognized the trees begins to eat at the former end he west end of Cuba and through the
Ferric oxide or peroxide of iron is the that had been tried with the iron; the likes it, but if unfortunate enough to Straits of Florida out into the Atlantic
specular iron, Fe203, and limonite is smooth, bright penciling of the bark, commence at the wrong end, he Ocean. Passing up the coast it has
2 FE 203 3H2O. and the olive green of polished leaf throws it away in disgust. The most decided climatic influences as far
The iron in the ratio of i34 givesits showed the healthfulness of the restored delicious fruit grown on the island, north as Cape Canaveral. The west
tonic vigor to the tree in the crisis tree; more pleasing because the however, was the "maganese," he coast is destitute of this warming in-







fluence, but it is subject to the ad- quently the groves were still heavily I write this as part pay for the many the majority of our growers, they

verse influence of the Texas northers laden awaiting the time when the good things I have found in your interesting have only to crook a finger to them

that often reach South Florida from Northern and Eastern markets will be paper.-ED. RTJMLEY in and they will make haste to consign

the northwest and sometimes cross so cleared of fruit as to secure" good Vineyardist. them something.

the State. prices for it. *. .--- <

"True, their power to injure is gen- We have so often described the ap Long Sea Carriage of Fresh Fruits.A Florida Iron.

erally taken away by the warming pearance of our different orange groves cable dispatch from London gives Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:

influence of the waters of the Gulf when full of fruit that no new description The great iron belt, which, crop
the "A second of
before touch Florida but following: cargo ping out in the islands and mainlandof
they occa- will be attempted of this with its fruit from South Africa arrived to-day
reaches Florida with ice Lake Superior to Champlain, feed-
sionally one wonderful and attractive medley of
and lit is stated that everything it
in its breath, when the west coast golden globes, waxen blossoms and comprises is in excellent condition. ing the bloomaries of Detroit, flat-
tens out* n Pennsylvania and eastern
suffers first and most. robed the
green trees. One of most which arrived last
The first
cargo, in black band and
i attractive shown Mr. Ohio, and the
sights to
us by
Thursday, brought fancy prices,
Fish Scrap as an Orange Tree Ma- Knox on this place is that presented other ores of Virginia and Georgia.
peaches selling as high as J4 for
Farther south it is associated with the
nure. by a grove of King oranges covering three dozen. It is believed that

Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: five acres or more. Many of the trees will be obtainedfor colitic and calcareous ores, through
equally good figures
in loaded with the fruit that the York, Union and Spartanburgh districts
. About five years ago I enquired are so the consignment. The
the DISPATCH about the use of fish branches are bending to the ground, includes not but S. C., entering Florida west of
only peaches
cargo ,
the St. Johns, the out-crop is chieflyif
and the with their loads.
scrap on orange trees, answer some even breaking tomatoes, grapes, cucumbers and
was that it is a one-sided fertilizer. Equaling it or perhaps surpassing it pineapples, all of which are luxuriesin not entirely on the east slope of the

Encouraged, however, by a gentleman in beauty is a grove of Dancy Tan. London at this time of the year." i sand hills and dividing ridge of the

who had used it before, I sent to gerines whose rich fruit gives a warmthof From Cape Colony to London is peninsula. In quality they are mag-

New York for one ton, and I have coloring to the trees which would more than 6,000 miles; if cucumbersand netic, specular, red oxides, carbonatesand

used it ever since with most astonish- delight a painter. peaches can be transported that bog ores. Some specimens I

ing good results. The first three Besides the original mansion erected distance in condition in have seen are almost entirely pure;
good even
and of them of the color of
most are
years I used it pure; last year I mixedit II by the proprietors two very handsome refrigerators, certainly Florida orangescan associated with
with potash, and this year I mixedit houses have been added lately by be carried halt as far successfully. "high manga-
Messrs. Beed and Charles N. nese in great purity under tests of the
with cremated city garbage,and pot John .
54 crucible. I have examined the iron
Knox, the latter designing his for res
ash.The Florida Lemon and Pomelo Stocks. of wild tracts in beds of a mile or
of idence the winter his
fish scrap is made out a very only during ,
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:
menhaden. After usual residence and business more square which I am satisfied
bony fish point
I Why is it we hear so little about ti e
would run a ton to the yard the sur-
of Hartford Conn.In ;
is .
oil extracted
the by means hy being ,
lemon and
rough grape-iruit face ore alone having a thin skin of
draulic presses, it is spread out on addition to many improvementsthere
as stocks to bud on ? fossils.
humus free
platforms and dried by the sun, and are on the place two of the larg-
We have a halt dozen buds in our
There are beds of such impreg-
Someiirmsin and finest artesian wells the
afterwards ground up. est on
rainy weather acid is used, by which coast, one over 300 feet deep and the grove on rough lemon stock; and as nating the adjacent soil of the orange
we look at the large thrifty foliage,
in this
the dark
other less than groves county, green
process it loses six to seven per cent 200 feet. The former
see of fruit now on the trees and
I crop viridity of the orchard showing its
air-dried flows immense
The of
of scrap an stream water
the bloom just coming out that prom- true properties. In other places, as
analyses 12 to 13 per cent ammoniaand sufficient to furnish water and power
ises a still larger yield, we wonder
at Pine Castle, iron is the matrix of a
for while
available bone the
20 to 25 per cent many purposes, latter,
more and more that this stock is not
sandstone free
phosphate. My five years' experienceis if it was net brought into comparisonwith conglomerate
more generally used. With us buds
that it the other would be sils, that indurates on exposure under-
sufficient esteemed
to me to satisfy me a
worked this stock
on not only
grow the
material mix fine flow. lying grove.
is by far the cheapest to
much faster than those the
on sour
The quality and character of these
with muck or city garbage. By doingso Taken altogether not only is this an but bear
orange good crops every ores associate them= with that earlier example -
I have made a fertilizer at a cost of exceedingly fine piece of grove prop .
Our buds on grape-fruit are
$18 to $20 per ton, and used it with e-ty, one equaled by few in the State in year old referred to in the book of Job,
not enough to bear, but the
which could be treed and to
but it is put use
most excellent results.H. profitable crops, one to whicha
growth is nearly if not quite as goodas ,
FRIEDLANDER. visit is a pleasure. by the simplest expedients unskilled -
that on the lemon. and I but feel and
Interlachen Fla., Feb.29. NOTES: Net returns from last year's people; can
Are these stocks subject to foot-rot?
with third of the urge it upon the attention of capitalas
crop, only one
grovein If not will insist hav
why people on
the of wealth
Mound Grove-King Orange. full source great lying
hearing, $26,878.The
ing sour stock when either fruitor
grape to our hands with the least
Last week we had the pleasure of a first box of King oranges marketed rough lemon will make a good- open possible -
A of
outlay. simple
brief visit to Mound Grove. This is in America was sent from this process
sized tree in about half the time? We screening will furnish the wealth

the site of the finest orange grove in grove. The crop of these oranges sold would like to hear from others that ready for shipment which, it is to the
to be found in Eastern for $15 per box.-Coast Gazette.
many respects have used either of the above named immediate interest of the Florida
Florida. As of what in- >-.-.
an stocks. PHILLIPS BROS.
railroad lines should be on the
telligence and energy can accomplishin About Grape Fruit. Chuluota, Fla.Will .
market the lowest .
at possible rate.I
this country it cannot be surpassed. The medicinal qualities of grape r
shill. not dwell its
Besides, and perhaps of greater im fruit have suddenly brought it into Not Solicit Fruit. now on qualityas
element in the of
an new
portance, it is the most profitable in a great favor. Ten years ago there was Minneapolis\ commission merchants preparing Bessemer steel. processes It is sub-

pecuniary sense. A few years ago an no sale for this fruit outside of the have decided to establish a fruit ex- a

isolated, tangled hammock lying between State. Now they sell for from $2 to change in their town. A committee has ject for expert examination and report
been appointed to look after the incor- by which investors can satisfy them-
Bulow and Smith creek, almost $5 per box. Floridians have used
and constitution and
poration prepare selves. My own examination showsme
inaccessible, it is now a garden ot them for many years to correct acidityof by-laws. The capital stock of the com- that the opportunity i is and

flowers and golden fruits,easily reachedby the stomach and other troubles of pany will be $25,000 paid in, and a manager The rare

steamers, sail boats and soon by the digestive organs. For the past will be elected. A fruit auction exceptional. association and
will be started wherein receivers may quality of the maganese, for which
from Ormond.In ten phsicians have
team years pre- sell their fruit for a commission of 2% there is an immediate demand, the
the there is scribed them to invalids coming from
grove proper some- cent. The remainder of the 712
per per basis of the aniline dies in the hema-
thing over 100 acres= from which is to the North with disordered stomachs, cent. will go to the original receiver as .
tities elements less valuable.
be deducted the area in avenues and and in many cases they are a panac a. his commission and he will be entitled to are not
share of the of the auction busi- than the metal, and almost guarantee-
a profits
windbreaks. A large part of the tract A gentleman, who for sixteen years
The of the fruit has all the needful
ness. owner a resource covering ex-
was originally a wild orange grove now had suffered with a disordered stomach,
of in his
the privilege bidding own and leaving the the
budded to and bearing heavily the recently told me that he was cured in stock if the figures don't suit him, pense undiscounted., on :

choicest fruit. In fact, this fruit bears' one month by the use of grape fruit. but must pay the regular 2 4 per cent. ores

the highest standard in the market and This, however, is not an isolated or for selling. St. Paul has also organized THE FERRIC OXIDE.I .

its annual crop has never failed to give remarkable case, for the writer is acquainted tal.for a similar Tile Fruit purpose Exchange with 50,000 will not capi-be have great satisfaction in referring

its owners a fine average income. The with hundreds. The way to permitted to send solicitors to growing to the letter of the State chemist,

grove is much better protected by its use them so as to avoid the bitter in sections, but the manager solicits all Prof. Norman Robinson, upon the

surroundings of forest and water han the rind, is to.cut them in halves and through the mails. useful properties of iron in agriculture,

the generality of groves and it is rarely! squeeze the juice into a tumbler or to We clip the'above from a St. Louis in reply to the inquiry of Mr. Britton.

damaged seriously by frost. Upon suck it as it flows by squeezing; or to exchange and italicise the concluding He states: "Recent experiments in

this visit we found that no shipmentsof peel it and take out the sections and sentence. It is tolerably likely these England and this country have proved'

the main crop had yet been made, remove the membrane about the gentlemen have Florida orange growers that, applied in moderate quantities of

only the Mandarins which are early sections, which is easily done if com- in their minds' eye, for they have one or two hundred pounds to the

having been sent to market. Conse- menced where the seeds are. learned by long experience that, with acre, ferric sulphate proves of great




value as a fertilizer." The ferric endure any frost, even a very slightone. THE MANGOis "In respect to food values scientists

oxide I have examined from Florida, These imported varieties will in all probability likely to be grownin rank grapes next to apples. Schlick-

and as reported upon by an able soon be in the hands of all those who a limited degree in southern Florida eysen terms one the king of fruits, the

chemist, corresponds with the defini-- are wanting to grow the fruit, and we and also in southern California. other the queen; in that case the ber-

tion of Dr. Hayes and Beck.It trust that before many years we shall Within the last three years I have imported ries might be members of the royal

occurs in honeycombed masses of be able to manufacture here in the from Bombay, India, a numberof family; peaches, pears and plums

t a dark red or chocolate brown. Tractsof United States all the citron that we the very choicest varieties of this members of the cabinet, and tropical

that peculiar character of vegeta- need. fruit. I secured grafted trees and theyare fruits the foreign ministers.

tion described by Dr. Robinson, have In regard to now being propagated in southern "To drop the simile and return to

by the affinities of oxygen and sulphur BANANAS Florida and will be sent to the differ- the value of fruit as food, it is only

introduced the latter by substitu- and the increasing importation of ent portions of that State and southern necessary to allude to the use made of

tion.The them, I would like to ask if you do California, where they will suc- the cocoanut, the date, the fig, the

magnetic oxide of iron in the not think there ought to be some check ceed. pineapple and the breadfruit by
natural form is Fe3 04, "or iron and the inhabitants of the zones
put upon importations, consideringthe DATES.
oxygen joined as a unit, with two where such luscious fruitage free-
fact that
they interfere with the How about dates?
parts of iron and three of oxygen. ly flourishes. In the south of Europe
sales of
early strawberries and other The date is
Three parts of the sulphate in place of especially adapted to figs constitute a large part of the
early ? the southern of Arizona and
the first unit convert it. I refer to parts dietary five months out of the twelve.
Possibly this may be true. One California. The Colorado desert is in
the constituent elements and their al- Arabs, when crossing the desert, will
thing is certain. The banana will
all well the
probability as adapted to
ternation, because I believe the Flor live for weeks upan a handful of dates
never be produced in commercial cultivation of the fruit the of
as valley
ida iron in the meridian of When the of
lying mag per day. public games
quantities in this There is in
the Nile There
country. Egypt. are already,
netic equilibrium crossing the whole ancient Greece were first instituted,
not a foot of ground in the United in southern California and
not only
in the line of the beds has the athletes trained
area ore a were entirely on
States that is as well adapted to the the southern parts of Arizona, num-
with them. food. 'At first Rol-
common origin vegetable says
banana as the West India Islands or bers of date trees in bearing, but also
WILL WALLACE HARNEY.In lin had other nourishmentbut
'they no
i Central and South America. It is in southern Florida. In the latter
connection with the above it is dried figs, nuts, soft cheese and a
strictly a tropical plant and will not State, however, I do not think the *
interesting to note the following, I endure the slightest frost without in date will ever succeed as well as gross, heavy sort of bread.
The modern Greeks athletic and
which we clip from The Tallahasseean jury, and there is not a portion of the in the two first mentioned. I imported are
"A has been formed powerful, yet their food consists of
: to
company I United States in which an occasional from Egypt, Algeria and
mine iron ore in Florida and to man- black bread, a bunch of grapes and
frost, or at least chilly winds, do not Arabia, through the Department of
ufacture the have filed I raisins and some figs, on which they
same. They
visit it. The banana is grown to State, a number of rooted suckers of *
breakfast and dine.
articles of incorporation under the some extent in southern Florida, andI the choicest varieties of the date.
name of the Florida Iron Miningand The boatmen of Constantinople rejoice
have seen some very nice fields of These are now growing in several
Manuracturing company. The this fruit, but they are" occasionally places in southern California, southern in a splendid physical development -
principal place of business will be at yet their diet is chiefly bread .
injured and the fruit is not of as good Arizona and New Mexico. As
Orlando. The capital stock is $400 with cherries, figs, dates, mulberriesor
quality as that which is grown in the soon as young plants can be grown other fruits.
000. The incorporators are SenatorE. regions just mentioned. But in a from these they will be more widely
M. Hammond R. H. Peak and "In short, the experience of man
commercial it will in
way never prove distributed, and in all probability
kind shows that simple food includ-
H. H. Dickson. It has been knownfor ,
profitable in comparison with the im years to come the date will be sent to
much fruit conduces to
ing strengthand
years that there was iron ore ported fruit, which is grown where it market in large quantities from those ,
of Life.
in Florida, but it has not heretofore costs almost nothing, and as it bears regions. longevity.Laws.
been thought to be in sufficient -1 i
quan transportation well we cannot expectto COCOANUTS.
For Seasickness
tities to mine. the banana profitably in the
grow How about ?
cocoanuts Uaellorsfortl'g Acitl Phosphate.
United States. Cocoanuts can be grown only in a DR. PRICE, of the White Star S. S.
The Oitron, Banana, Pineapple
You think the banana does affect
small way in the extreme southern Germanic, says : "I have prescribed it
Date and Cocoanut. the price of the strawberry and early part of Florida. I do not think it in my practice among the passengers

Have you been introducing the fruits, do you ? will ever prove, commercially, a success traveling to and from Europe, in this

citron tree into the South? It certainly does; and that is a because the land on which the steamer, and the result has satisfied

Yes, in 1890, the department of question which has occupied my at- cocoanut will grow, in southern Flor- me that if taken in time, it will, in a
tention for some years past, becausethe ida is valuable for winter homes seasickness."
great many cases: prevent
which I have charge introduced from
trade in the banana is
(or people who go there to spend their .
Mediterranean region fifteen va steadily and it no doubt is a great winters. I have been through the Grow Liquorice.The .

rieties of the citron, and in 1891 one competitor with all kinds of fruit in cocoanut groves of southern Florida who will
man plant two acres
variety. These are the very best that this country, because it is now offeredfor and seen a great many of the trees in of liquorice root on such soil as is

are known, and from these are sale in almost every little town in bearing and they are very beautiful, found along the Feather river can har-

obtained the entire product of preserved the country and at all seasons of the but the cheap nuts that can be income The
vest a good every year.
citron that is sent out to the year. This is a question which is brought from the West Indies and root grows wonder.fully: fast, and, in
of the attention of
well worthy our Central and South America will not
markets of the world. Nearly all of running in direction when
this grown.i in the Mediterranean i fruit growers, whether or not it wouldbe permit the production of cocoanuts in planted in mellow soil, soon makes a
advisable have duty
to a put on
region, especially on the Islandsof this country to be profitable.Interview solid mat of roots, which can be cut
Sicily and Corsica and somewhaton imported bananas. with Professor Van Deman in and prepared for market while the

the mainland, especially about PINEAPPLES. Green's Fruit Grower.. soil remains rooted right along. The

Naples. This fruit is sent to Leghorn, Are pineapples grown in this coun- root is used in many cough medicines,

alter it has been put in pickle, and it try ? How to Eat Fruit. in manufacturing plug chewing to-

is there prepared for market by pre Yes, pineapples are grown in southern "It appears in experiments with bacco, etc., and always brings a good

serving. Florida with considerable success. Alexis St. Martin, that a ripe apple ina price. The writer knows that it will

THE CITRON. The pineapple is strictly a tropical healthy stomach ought to digest do well here, owing to the tact that

What is the natural appearance of fruit and does not endure the least within an hour and a half from the he planted about a dozen cuttings in

the citron? frost without injury, but still there are time it is eaten, and stone fruits and his yard a few years ago, and now the

The citron is.about the shape of the many hundreds of acres of this fruit berries in about the same length of yard is matted in roots for about 200

lemon and of about the same color, in cultivation, and some persons: have time. In case of poor digestion fruit feet and in adove Soil.-Bfggs Argus.

but from three to six inches, and even made large sums of money in its cul ought to be taken with bread, not .

sometimes larger than six inches in ture. It comes into bearing the sec with vegetables or meats, or taken The hen that lays the most eggs

diameter. It has a very thick rind, and year after planting, and althoughan alone. spends the least time in cackling.I .
sometimes more than an inch thickandis occasional frost may injure the "Nor is fruit healthful to such when

very closely related to the lemon. plantation, it may soon be replanted, smothered with sugar and drenched in

Th* meat or pulp of the interior portion and if several years elapse without cream. It is only a perverted taste I CURE FITS !

has about the same taste but severe injury, which is often the fact, which demands sugar to make palatable -
I I do not mean merely to stop them
the principal part which is used is the it is found that the pineapple pays'I perfectly ripened fruits, and sucha for When a time say and cure then hare them return azain.I means

rind, and this is known to almost very well. person knows nothing of the enjoy radical cure. I hare m ide the d eerie of FITS EPILEPSY I-
every housekeeper. The citron can Do you know of any other tropical ment to be derived from unmixed warrant or my remedy to cure the worst eases Because

be grown in the southern parts of fruits that are liable to become more natural flavors skillfully compoundedby others. Bead hare at filled once b for no ft reason treatise for and not a now Free receiving Bottle: olmy ftcor '
Florida and California. It is more frequently: used in the North ? t> the Great Chemist in Nature's own Infallible remedy. Gire Expreat and Port Ofioe.

tender than the lemon and will hardly Yes; laboratory. II. G. ROOT,, M. C., 183 Pearl Ht.i 1(. T.





weather usually prevailing at that as soon as the price becomes reasona- The Vineless Sweet Potato.
J1l\'dEl\ A Z'RteIER(
] ] time. ble. The demand for it is steadily on This new potato is a variety which

the increase.A has only been introduced a few yearsin
In shake down thoroughly,
Hints to Shippers.Mr. packing To the reader
and little down in nailingon great deal of money has been the South. give
a pressing
P. M. Kiely the well known in the idea of what I speak he
the side pieces or cover of the box made off the tomato, not only some potato ,
commission'merchant of St. Louis, has won't hurt them. Have them as cool South, but also North and East. The must first understand that there are

issued a valuable little manual to ship South is destined, however, to remainthe five: varieties of the '-bunch" potato,
and possible before packing, to
, dry as
of fruit and from whichwe cultivate The Chinese day General
pers vegetables, avoid heating. The least dampnesssoon most profitable region to namely: 30 ,

quote some of the most practical heats them, or they get mouldy, them for commercial purposes. Grant, Early ,Golden, Early Pea-

' passages. The matter of packing is and the larger the package the greaterthe POTAToES.-One of the greatest body, and last, but not least, "the
one of immense importance. gave mistakes made is labor saving yellow yam. And this
. danger to goods while in transit, by early ,
an instance to illustrate it the other is the sweet I intend to speakin
especially, unless packed under the that of putting in with the better ones, potato
day; the correct figures were $5 and most favorable conditions. the very small ones. Half a bushel, behalf of. This is the most profit-
$1.50 received for two barrels of let- of these little worth- able and prolific to those interested in
or even a peck ,
tuce of the same quality, but oen BEANs.-The round bean sells and much the less things, spoil the sale of the whole gardening and farming in the South.It .
packed so hard that it weighed 106 better than the 'flat variety barrel and haveno excels all other bunch varieties in
or package shippers
while the other wax bean generally higher than either, and eating qualities.It .
pounds weighed only idea the injury they inflict upon yield, keeping
about 80. though the market will not consume flat themselves and on the market by ( is not only ornamental, but one of .
latter. The
of the
near as
STRAWBERRIES. Before many the most profitable crops to the
dismissingthe and such
and gathering shipping objectionable
Mohawk) is the earliest
strawberry subject we should have this The stuff. The retailer can't sell them amount of labor required that we can
most valuable on account.
stated that in every instance the top I and somebody must eventually throw plant. This potato will grow on any
Valentine round bean is tenderer
or ,
of baskets in the crate show soil where other varieties of sweet potatoes -
layer up them .
and less stringy and, sells higher.
will With half the labor
arrival unless grow.
badly on proviso
proper be exercisedin
Pack same as the pea-though they greatest care must
ion is made against the removal or that you may grow the vine potato,
do not shrink as much as the pea the gathering, handling, packing,
cultivate and
shaking of the fruit while in transit.As will transplant, gather
up in fact be handled like I
while in transit.In etc.-must, "
house the "vineless I have
know, the railroad and yam.
you express bruises
berries-to avoid the
hands generally ignore the delicate packing exclude all the moisture many I raised, cultivated and gathered three
afterwards become
and perishable character of the fruit. possible and let them be as cool and that visible very soon red dark crops of the bunch yam. This is my
dryas circumstances will permit. through becoming experience with them : You bed
No space must exist between the and and thus may
discolored largely depre-
cover and the fruit. Baskets properly With proper precaution so many will for seed one bushel, and one anda
their market value those not
rounded up, usually touch the cover not reach here mouldy. In unfavorable ciating half bushels of the old vine yam,
weather they and keep betterin fully matured always shrinking up and will sets slips
when nailed down, gently pressing on carry this and you get more or
the fruit. A layer of green leaves: on one-third to one half bushel boxes badly. At early be considered stage quality andso from the one bushel! vineless than

the berries affords some protectionand -although the majority of receiptscome not quantity must ; you will from one and a half bushels
in three and bushel boxes.A it is with all this early, perishablestuff.
peck other varieties. In transplanting
lends a fresher and more inviting of stuff you
appearance. Unless these provisionsare good many of the Arkansas beans The buyers high priced save another third, as they must be
properly recognized it would be come nicely packed in one-third bushel want only good; the theywon't thirty inches apart in drill.

far better to have the top layer filled boxes, the beans crossing all the open- take at any price. They are not the trouble after trans-
ings so that none can drop out in this In shipping by carload be sure to
with empty baskets. The remainderof planting and require but little water.
the .fruit then would reach us in way while in transit when the boxesare secure a well-ventilated car. Occasionally The sets or slips are well suppliedwith

good order. The top layer in this well filled. cars come into the depot leak fibers and soon take hold of the

bruised, bleeding and partly sour con TuMA .-Generally speaking.theproper ing-the contents nearly worthless. earth, and in ten days you are readyto

dition, injures the sale of the crate, time to gather and pack is when The weather was exceedingly warm, cultivate, before the grass gene the
such times and the
and would not by itself sell for more the tomato is .lull grown and beginningto close and damp at btart. As you well know, you may
and the
than half what any of the lower layers color or partly colored, dependingupon cars were air-tight re- put out slips ot the.vine. potato and if
would bring. the time in transit. The warm sult was a serious loss to shippers.One not a good season in the ground you
third bushel half bushel and
These remarks of course apply to weather prevailing at the time will have to water the slips three or four

small lots by express. It i ib wholly dif ripen them fast enough. You shouldnot bushel boxes while New usually Orleans being has early what re times and then they are a long time

ferent with a carload which is not lose sight of the fact that a good ceipts, before they commence growing, and
two-thirds bushel box but
touched at all or exposed to rough many are wanted for reshipment andto she calls a still they are not healthy like the vine-

handling while en route. be fit for this trade, the best we when the prices are down to $1.50, less. When you set the slips of the

GREEN PEAs.-Green peas are generally have, must not be fully ripe when they bushel boxes should be used, or half- vineless and water them once, you

a profitable crop for Southern reach us. When shipped by freight barrel. sacks, usually 80 pounds. can rest assured you have a perfect

growers, when properly handled. they must be gathered still sooner, For early shipments the packagesmust stand. It is a pleasure to hoe and

The importance of getting them here when full grown, before coloring sets be thoroughly ventilated, cultivate the vineless potato; it's al-
in. Freight is not desirable unless whether boxes or barrels are used and clean and can work them
green and fresh and in neat, venti-- ways you
lated boxes; one-third and one half you have some assurance in regard to should be well filled so as to prevent like cotton or corn, have no vines to

bushel boxes (the former preferred), time, something you never get. In shaking while in transit. The unripe, handle and rehandle like the old vine

cannot be too strongly urged. A fact, less than: carlots are most uncer- or those not fully matured, are easily potato; you can work them late, andat

number of these packages are re- tain and may be out two weeks or bruised and soon become so discol- digging time your potato ground is

shipped; such bring the best prices, more. A good many come from the ored as to spoil the sale of all. A clear of grass and weeds, and it is

but only the freshest and nicest look- South by freight that are almost worthless number of growers ship a little too very remarkable to see a bunch of

ing stock, properly packed, to go this on arrival. Last year considerable soon and lose money by doing so. grass in a hill of vineless potatoes in

trade. Peas that are overripe, discolored came entirely too green: that is, It is very important that potatoes June, il set early. After they com

or wilted, as some of the re were picked and shipped before full should be barreled as soon as possi mence to bunch and spread the bunch

ceipts appear, Tire almost unsalable in grown, and most of such stock arrived ble after they are dug, as lying in the vine is so dense that "grass or weeds

any m irket. Another great mistakeis rotten. The regular peach box (one- sun heats them and causes them to have but little chance grow.I .

that of picking too soon, before third bushel) brings most of the offer rot. Avoid digging immediately aftera cut the vines in June, transplantlike

half-grown or half full. The past yeara ings, in crates something similar to heavy rain. All potatoes should be the vine potato, but you must cut

number of the boxes were poorly crate advertised in this book, contain barreled when as dry and cool as it is near the ground. The vine makes

made, the openings frequently permitting ing eight small baskets. They sell possible to have them. Assort very the best and smoothest for seed, and

the peas to drop out freely much higher than in any other pack carefully and ship nothing but the helps to dwarf the vine and keep the

every time the box was moved, the largest, having them as uniform in seed pure. In October I take a grass

peach box being generally used for age.The best packing usually appearingin size as possible, as culls or small ones blade, cut the vines for my hogs,

this purpose. Sufficient care was not this market is that from Southern but add to the weight and damagethe cows and horses; they eat them in

exercised, though the same material, Illinois, where the most experienced sale, so that they bring no returns preference to any other feed. If you

properly split, will make a good pea growers reside. Their packing is and depreciate the value of the full- prefer, or have more than you can

box. They heat readily in large pack- almost perfect. No knotty, stunted, size ones with which they are mixed. feed in the green stage, cut and cure

ages, especially in barrels, sacks or overripe or otherwise imperfect stock Use full size, well-ventilated barrels, for hay; i it; will equal pea vines for

tight packages, even when shipped by should be put in the box under any fill them to heaping and shake down hay. Then in November you are

express. They should not be out over circumstances there. The receipts thoroughly.Report. ready to dig; you are rid of the trouble

two days, or three days at most, from that section are always soughtby and worry of the vines. It's fun and
from a Baltimore Druggist.
be the here inconsequence.There even a pleasure, so much so that it is
though they cannot regarded very shippers I have sold all of the best Cough Remedies for
green or fresh if on the way longer i is a very wide demand for the the last IS years and have found none to approxi- impossible. to keep women and chil-
than twenty-four hours in the warm tomato; all classes being purchasers t mate the Syrup.exceedingly large I,. KEELER.Dr. Bull'sCough I dren out of the potato field, so you


see that is another gain over the old Poultry: and fIpiatt: We very readily see we must sell fifty Management of Bees in the South.
vine potato, by planting the vineless the of the
to price
settings get pen, With in iri
experience bee-keeping
....... ..,.. -... .... my
"" '- -
""""" .
If -
yam. fail to cut the vines off nothing of the of the baskets
you Edited by E.W. AMSDEN, Ormood, Fla. say expense Texas I would advise as follows:
your vineless potato, it makes but lit to ship eggs in, feed and care of' Keep your colonies in the onestoryhive

tie difference, the vines are no trouble, Need of Poultry Shows. stock and time in preparing eggs for and let them swarm as they please.If .

you plow a furrow on each side of the We endorse the article of Mr. shipment.I you get small after-swarms, put two

row and take hold of the vine and' Shellaberger on cheap eggs. If have not only given my views, or three of them together in one hive.

most of the potatoes cling to the vine. every advertiser of eggs to hatch but my experience, and now, dear In a good year you will get as much

The extra expense you will have in was honest and had a sufficient knowledge reader, when you see the advertise- honey, or more, from the swarms and .

raising the "bunch yam," is a larger of the different varieties to know ments of persons offering eggs at only the parent colonies than you would do

potato house, an extra team and when a bird scores 80 to 90 or more $1.00 per 13, and claiming the eggs if the old colonies had not swarmed out
wagon to convey them from the fieldto points it would be safe to say there to be from birds that have defeatedall at all. If the spring is not favorable

your potato house, as they will would be no eggs from high scoring others, if you wish to take stock in your bees will not swarm much, and

double the yield of any other potato.I stock sold at $i per 13, for there is a any such offers, you will perhaps be all.then it Do is not better divide if you or do make not increase artificial at

hope the most of gardeners and demand (and it is steadily on the in- better able to judge as to the truth of swarms in any other way. To the new

farmers will not use this as a serious crease) for better stock. A person who my statement when you have gotten swarm you give no comb foundation,
objection. I find with my experiencethat has it, when it is known, will not want chicks from such eggs and find no but starters of foundation about one inch

is all the additional expense. I for buyers. There are plenty of fan. Crystal Palace Winners among them. wide, securely fastened to the comb-
fuss with stimulati"efeeding
Do not
find this potato sweeter and smoother ciers who never sell a setting for less Beware of such a fake.-F. H. SHEL- guides. spreading brood, etc.; it does

than all other sweet potatoes. It's than five dollars, and the demand is LABERGER. in Poultry Chum. not pay in Texas. Of course, you haveto

more uniform and grows more tubersto equal to the supply, during the season *.. ._----_. feed your colonies, if they are short of
the hill, and clear of strings, ridgesor for hatching.Our Natural Swarming Best. stores and no honey is coming in; but,
in Florida rule have so far as I know, the bees will gather
people as-a
vines. You frequently see strings, Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: pollen in the spring anywhere in Texas.If .
ridges or vines in other sweet potatoes not sufficient knowledge of fine poultry I append an extract from Gleanings the main honey-flow commences, do
This vineless potato will keep to make a demand for high priced in Bee Culture, on which I wish to not fail to give plenty of room to every
longer without getting sappy or pithy eggs. People at the East and North make some remarks. I prefer natural colony in an upper story; and now I
have of recommend full sheets of founda-
. iii: any ,climate than any other va- opportunities attending several swarming to dividing or artificial tion in wired frames.I .
riety. It's not the earliest potato; but poultry shows during the season, and swarming: I think, as a rule, the have to explain to other beekeeperswhy
yoU can have potatoes sixty days after seeing is believing. Many a one has instinct of the bees is a better guide I recommend this way, so entirely
transplanting if the seasons are favor- caught the hen fever at these exhibi- when a division should be made for different from the rules generally adoptedin
able, and well Cultivated. tions of fancy poultry, bought a penor than the Northern States. E. R. says very
the first swarm the judgment of
two-and this correctly that it is not the large numberof
The "bunch" yam will stand a was frequently a nucleus an ordinary bee-keeper. After they colonies that brings the profit, but the
longer droUth than the Vine potato to a large business. There is have sent out the first I profess to rousing heavy colonies ; but it is certain

On .account of the vines being thick nothing that stimulates the business know as much as they do about after that two such strong colonies can do
like poultry shows, and we sh all go more than a single one.
and bushy, the sun don't have the swarming. Often they will swarm so
effect on the hill, and it has a short slow until we can have an annual exhibit much that the old colony will be left MV MANAGEMENT
vine add it don't take in Florida. E. W. AMSDEN. This, at swarming time, is the same.
; the amount of so weak it will do no good. In such
I work for extracted honey, and use
moisture that it takes for the vine Cheap cases I catch the swarm in my swarm large hives to make use of all the laying
potato; the hills arid the rows are sowell Eggs. ing box, then go through the old hive, capacity of any queen ; but nevertheless,
protected that the moisture will Can breeders afford to sell eggs at destroy all queen cells and drive the my bees swarm. In the home yard I

be retained ten days longer and keep $1.00 per 13 from prize stock_ such as swarm back by emptying the box in take the natural swarms. IIi out-apiaries
I make artificial if the is
the tubers in a perfect growing state. we very frequently see offered in (farm the top of the hive. favorable. If the swarms spring is so unfavor-spring

The vineless or bunch yam will do journals, and at the same time furnish My policy is to let each colony that able that the bees do not store any new
better during wet the the from stock scoring from to but some of the old stores,
a season, as eggs 90 wants to send out a swarm early in honey, use up
principal part of the vine stands erect 95 points? We believe not. In the the season. After that I use my judg it may happen that a sudden honeyflowmay

and only a few run on the ground, first place to illustrate, we take an advertisement ment about driving small swarms back, swarm cause, and my colonies I should in the I lose outapiariesto them. To

and they are short and send out a few that reads something after aiming to have colonies good and prevent this I set one of my shallow cases
fibers; and these being only a few, the following : Plymouth Rocks won strong when the main honey flow with full sheets of foundation under
they will not effect the tubers in the first at this great show; first at that comes. Keep it always in mind that every hive (in the out-apiary), and one of

least, if properly cultivated after a great show; and conclude by saying, one good strong colony will give you the excluder.brood-cases This-without queen on top over
prevents arming
long wet season. I find the great keyto I have met and defeated all comers than three four
more surplus honey or for at least two weeks ; and if the con-
potato raising is the vine. The and my Plymouth Rocks are cham weak ones. ditions change I can make artificial

vine is trouble from the time they pions of America, and the biggest in Now, if I wanted to increase as swarms of them just as well.
start to run until digging time. If the world, and eggs for hatching that fast as possible in number I shoulduse When the horbe-mint flow is over and
it's dry it takes as much food will hatch and will produce prize all the honey extracted, and I do not
plant to one story hives and let them wish to increase the number of colonies,
sustain the vines as the tubers. If a chicks satisfactory at maturity or swarm all they would, and toward the I reunite. This is done very easily. I
long wet season you are sure of a money refunded. Now let us consider: latter part of the season put two set the first hive with comb, brood, bees
failure with the vine potato. The A breeder that can make a record on small ones together. This can be and queen, on a new stand, and the sec-
vines are ten to fifteen feet long and Barred Plymouth Rocks to be able to done with safety by sprinkling cam ond one on top of it, without any cere-
I let the bees decide which
with a second growth start out hun defeat all others at such leading both otherwise mony.
phor_water over they queen thev want. The old bees will fly
dreds of little fibers; shortly you will shows don't have to sell eggs from will fight, and there will be a terrible back to the old stand, and, finding no
find small potatos scattered along the I that kind of stock at $1.00 per 13, slaughter with them. Put a teaspoonful hive there, will unite with some neigh-
vines. I have seen the vines so thick and I should very much doubt, wereI of camphor in a teacup of water boring colony. If some of them are not
and deep that could to order from such a breeder accepted it is no loss for me. They
you not see eggs and the
sprinkle part over swarm you would die before"winter, and there w
ground, and my experience has as to whether he would send them have in the swarming box, and part nothing more for them to do this year.
always been in this case all vines, and from this same prize winning stock or over the swarm in the hivethen, empty According to my observation, very few
.. a few small strings or roots and very the same birds he defeated the comers frcm the swarming box into the hive.I are lost this way. but are usually accept
few tubers of any size. with. I am a breeder of some little about two inches of foundation ed. Both colonies losing their homes,
the old bees are not inclined to bite 01
This potato will bring more on the experience, and I find to breed Barred the whole length of the frame. fight. They unite i peaceably, and I do
market per bushel than other varie- Plymouth Rocks to score above 90 Would not think of trying to get not remember that one of these colonies
ties. The early bunch potato is not a honest points is no easy task, .and along without it. I am running now became queenless. I call this a short cut.
when one succeeds in getting such Thus I have a great force of bees in the
good keeper and for extracted It
gets sappy pithy I entirely honey. pays main honey-flow, and few bees when
early, and very hard to keep seed in birds, they do not go begging for me better than comb honey.I they use up their stores. I let the bees
the South. I have lived in this State buyers at from $5.00 to $15.00 each, endeavor to keep all my colonies build up to a strong colony, and, if possible -

and gathered twenty crops, made good according to score, and in some cases strong and put an upper story on as to two strong colonies,and have only
much higher. But we a one colony all the rest of the year. ButI
crops each year, and the secret to my suppose say soon asa new swarm get their lower
like to have this one colony strong all
Barred Plymouth Rock cockerel that
success is the best improved seed and one full.I .
the time, l because a weak colony in the
proper cultivation, !let tl e seed cost scores 92 points is worth $10.00, and see in the last paper an article on fall will not be stronger in spring, and a
what it may. I raise and cultivate we mate with him eight hens of same bee moths in Florida. I ask that weak colony in spring does not grow

peanuts, corn, oats, potatoes some scores, but we value the hens at only tramp no odds. An Italian colony fast enough in even a good year; while a
$5.00 each we have a of nine good colony with a good queen will be a
cotton and meat and live ; pen with will him .
my can a queen give no quarters.A rousing one in a very short time without
very well without the SubT.Southern birds valued at $50.00. Now we re. queenless colony will go to ruin, any fussing,such as spreading the brood,
Live Stock Journal. fuse to sell them at the above price, moth or no moth, unless promptly stimulative feeding, etc., and this is an-
i o m but we wish to sell eggs from them givena.: new queen. F. TRUEBLOOD.Archer other short cut.-L. STACIIELHAUSEN, in
If you are Billious take B u CIIAM'S PILLS. and place the price at $1.00 per 13. i Fla. Gleanings from Bee Culture.n .



CONTENTS. the consignment just conies out even Since the above was written Mr. age intellect; but the fruit-growing sections -

GB.on.AJ(1)ORCHARD-Japan Walnut: Ferric Ox- (for that looks like a steal), but will Arthur C. Jackson has published in of Florida are blighted by the
ide for Foot Rot and Other Diseases of the
remit the Times Union his for raisingthe corrupting of "railroad nig-
Orange; Durlon and Manganese; Below the a postage stamp or an unpaid plan presence

Frost Line; 183 freight-bill; who own or rent two, funds by voluntary subscriptionsin gers" and "phosphate niggers," to-

Fish Grove Scraps-King as an Orange Orange: Tree About Manure Grape; Mound Fruit; three or even four street numbers close connection with the advertising day "out of a job," to-morrow in. In

Long Sea Carriage of Fresh Fruits; Florida by the railroad depot, but are not per- gazetteer. This scheme commandsour some sudden, nightly brawl of their
Lemon and Pomelo Stocks; Will Not Solicit
Fruits; Florid,. Iron; 1St mitted by an unscrupulous city mar. hearty approval from the outset, unregulated lives, human life is blown

The Citron,Banana.Pineapple Date and Coconut shal to carry on business in them; and to testify our good faith we will away as lightly as sand.
;now to Eat Fruit;brow Liquorice; 185:
FARMER A D TRCCKER-Mints to Shippers; The whose bowels of tenderness earnestly subscribe five times the amount that Florida has urgent need of more
Vlnel Sweet Potato 186
; yearn to visit in person their brethren, our individual tax would have been for good white immigrants and fewer negroes -
POULTRY: AND Apua-Need of Poultry Shows;
but she needs
even more some
Cheap Eggs; Natural Swarming Best; Man. the growers, but are unable to come this purpose. ;
agement of Bees In the South; .137 -- steady, all year-round, paying work
i unto them and send them instead a -
EDITORIAL-Notes; Black List 0" StrawberryNotes First Exhibit in Place. to keep men out of Idleness ana out
; A Tax for the World's Fair; Filet Ex- yearly memorial of affection chiseledin of intermittent diabolism.Our .
hibit In Place; Our Vicious One-Crop:system; Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:
fruit communities rankas
Importance of Ventilation on Fruit Steamers brass. growing
; 188 To the Department of Horticulture high as any on earth in intelligenceand

. X.a.aKETS-Auctlon Sales; 189 Strawberry Notes. belongs the distinction of the first exhibit morality; but they are cursed

Questions Weather and and Crops replies; ; . 189 189 The acreage in the State is small installed, for the World's Colum- with a riffraff which is about the most
brutish and vindictive this conti-
OCR Yocxo FOLKS Catching the Black-Eyed and the plants are not large owing to bian Exposition.P. on
Sheep; -. 190 nent. In the rush and scurry of pick.
the drouth last fall, but the fruit S. Peterson, a nurseryman
STATE NEWS-Items; .190 ing time, threatened with frost, our
deal of it has Rose Hill, Chicago, has, during the
carries well and
a good
OCR RCBAL HOME-Flour of the Future; Deadly people are compelled to pay $1.25 or
Cigarette Paper; Hens- or Pullets for Lay- netted the growers from $10 to $t5 a past week, planted six trees on the $1.50 a day for scallion labor, whilein
Ing; 191
OCR NATURAL\VIULTH-Weat Florida; 192 bushel. From 50 to 65 bushels a grounds near the horticultural build. the cotton States a better set of

LAWK AID GARDES-King of Grasses; 193 day are going out of the State over ing, as a permanent exhibit, and as a men cost only half as much or even
less. And ? Because the fruit-
THE FARMERS ALLIANCE-Review' of an Autobiography why
one road as to the other three roadswe practical illustration of the successful
; Tariff Oranges; 194 ; grower has the one harvest and "job"of
A Let er from Col.Hies; 195; informed. Unfavorable methods of transplanting large orna-
are not the year and needs the men no

weather for two years and high mental trees.: They are an elm, fifty more; while the laborer in steadygoing -
P. O.Address, Lawtey, Fla. charges have so nearly ruined the in- feet high and two feet in diameter, I old Georgia plods the whole year
round through solid working days
dustry that the transportation companies commemorative of General Sherman,
It is idle to ask us to send packagesof linked together with tranquil sleeps.But .
from the woods in then
are looking around to see if brought 1876,
seed letters mail whenno our fruit pickers' fitful labors are
or answer by
the freighting cannot be done a little 50 years old, and planted on the sandwiched with brawl and bloodshed.It .

postage_stamps._ .are enclosed. more cheaply. nursery grounds at Rose Hill; a is a sight to make a wise man
--- -------
sad to see this garden of the gods
Applications for the index still -.e ---- hackberry, forty feet high and two
A Tax For the World's Fair.A feet in diameter, commemorative ol polluted with the murderous deeds of
come in about as numerous as ever. men who might be passable citizens if
write r in the Marianna Times General Grant also from
The bound volumes of our paper are I they had the steadying and sobering

found to be a mine of information as Courier says : the woods in 1876; a linden, forty I discipline of regular work. Our rural

to Florida. The great show will be there, such as 'feet high and eighteen inches bole; laboring classes should be encouragedto

was never gathered together before on a willow, thirty feet high and thirty become home-owners and be taughtby
this earth. Our pouting and hanging
Our paper is sometimes delayed in back will indeed mar the symmetry in the feet spread; a sugar maple, forty feet precept and example to take up
the office. Thereare I great system of State exhibits, as if all-the year round cropping, or engagein
Jacksonville post blotted from the map; but other States high and ten foot stem; an ash, thirty- steady labor which will furnish an'

not enough clerks for the heavy which do exhibit will soon be allowed five feet high and fourteen foot stem. unbroken competence.

winter service, and the dailies and greater space, and the mighty mass will It required a force of twenty-two men .. > .
cover up Florida's space as sure and Importance of Ventilation on Fruit
papers with political influence are dispatched smooth as would the waters of old and twelve horses to transplant the Steamers.

first. ocean cover the largest sunken ship.
trees, and the cost of the work was Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower.

The essential folly of appealing the about $700. Since the steamer J. G. Christopher
Our Florida grape ought to
growers World's Fair appropriation to the J. M. SAMUELS, began running, I have been shipping
derive satisfaction from the fact that
her when offered
voters of Florida or their representa Chief Department of Horticulture. by opportunity not
have just been shipped from of her lower
account rates
grapes only on ,
tives lies in the absolute certainty that .
--- ---
South Africa, over 6,000 miles, to but to satisty myself as to the precise
they will vote it down. Why pursue Our Vicious One-Crop System.
value of and ventilation
London and arrived in as good condi--
the turpentine chippers, the sponge- Florida plumes herself on publishing during the voyage. So far the result
tion those from
as Spain.
divers, the cowboys and the loggers more newspapers and keepingmore has been satis actory and among a

The day of the plow in Florida with the insinuating observation that, schools, to her population, than number of small lots sent to private
parties was not a decayed orange -
is about The grandest, the most elevatingand other Southern State. But over
orange growing gone by any and all testified to a freshnessand

The accepted cultural practice now is the most instructive spectacle of against this stands that other discredit- solidity of the fruit in a degreenever

to stir the earth among fruit trees without modern times will cost you a tax of able fact that she records also more before apparent. "It seemed,"

few ?" one said, "as if just taken from the
turning it upside down. The two only a cents Certainly they murders and lynchings.Our "

would not feel it to any oppressiveextent vicious one is trees.
crop system
cultivators advertised in our columnsact A fact of such vital interest to fruit
; but if they will have none of largely responsible for this deplorable
on this principle. growers would appear worthy of men
4 it, there is an end of the matter, or condition of public morals. The tion, and just the knowledge that

Our "Black List." should be. black laborers, and some also of the shippers, discouraged by arrivals in

M. J. H., Rye, Florida. Our "black If there are men in sufficient num- whjtes, not owning lands or homes, ruinous condition, are hungering for.
It is surely a matter of congratulation -
list" is a city of refuge which we keep bers who have the enterprise and the squander in a few weeks of improvidence that oranges leaving Jacksonville

for the down-trodden commission bank accounts to carry through to .or debauchery the earnings of Thursday can be landed and sold in

merchants to flee unto to escape from success this grand scheme, let them the orange harvest; then intervenes a New York in sound condition the following

wrath; to those who are so unfortu- face the music like men and put up long period of enforced idleness -or Monday. The potent words

nate as always to receive fruit "in bad the coin. If not, then let us have no spasmodic "jobs." Between harvest "sound condition" ought to be worthat
least to cents box to
25 50 per
order;" who are so discountenancedby more of this wretched farce of tryingto and harvest stretch months of hungryand grower. Thete is no doubt that fruit any

banks that they have to remit create a World's Fair appropriationout intermittent turbulence.The steamers, properly equipped, can lay

money by express (for the first ship- of the money of piney woods ox- hands on the old-time plantation down cargoes of Florida oranges in

ment only-nothing for the later drivers. Colonel Chipley long ago had the salutary rudder of unbroken London or Liverpool in better shape,
than is done in New
ones); who are so _conscientious that put down his name for $2,000, but he year-long labor to guide them York. now usually E. H. HART.

they will make no returns at all when never got a second to his motion. tHrough the vacuous life of a half-sav Federal Point, Fla., Feb.2'].



= .

JVtarljete) : 1817 26 1 62 2758 4 8 50 result for this parcel. We trust this in- acres of orange grove. Do you think i it?

8600 10 2 00 4949 80M 1 87 formation may prove of use to the readersof should be sowed earlier than 30th April

..... ... ... .... .... ... .... .... -- ....- -- 4949 26 ::2 50 4949 89 2 50 your valued paper.L. JOSEPH GREEN, JR., Citra.
A1UTION SALEB 4949 81 1 80 4949 38 2 33 CONNOLLY & Co. H. (i. Hastings & Co., Interlachenr

............. 4949 9 200 6879 10 2 25 keep beggarweed seed to sell. You may

#ilji!: i& Day for F. F: E. 2iod boxes h6S1 0 212 G & D 1 4 75 BOSTON, March 4. sow it as soon as the ground gets thor--

ex Kansas liity, Feb: 2(1( : 1214 0 ::1 50 ... l.t(; 13 2 25 Our Savannah steamer, due here last oughly warmed up and the danger of"
P ., 2331 21 2 0(d 88t 12 2 25 Monday\ morning, owing to the frost is over, say April 15 or 20. Better
...: ...: rt..I 7281 5 4 25 7281 6 tJ Oj wait few for rain rather
-, ... u .... CJ frea'vy gale has not arrived up to thistime" a days a good
v 0" q) (,) oM A lJ 250 CHS 9 3 37 than in the
33O sales have been sow
e o2 () Q O. .() & m// so .our
.J: oS o.Q a;:: Via aU rail: delayed. We sold the fruit according to 349. TOBACCO STEMS-BOG IRON,
en Z 4.. Z 1765 8' 300 20
51 2 00 the enclosed that arrived via New York Will let know -
((1)) you me through answer -
6586 20 1 80 4383 M 2 80 20 75 2 30 20 92 a 25
and all rail lines, to-day at 19 o'clock., column, where to get cottonseedhull !
6896 44 200 980 8 18(1 20 34 2 30Cincinnatl Market is and
very strong we note .a ashes?
985 20 200 1886 27 1 70 'tqit: ; Auction House for of 50 box. Please is of
sharp advance cents per ((2)). What analysis average tobacco
1386 24 180 1386 24 215
F. F. E. March\ 4: note for what is
very high prices grape fruit and stems and their value per
1220 23 1 90 8061 26 2 50
8061 12 1 90 7614 85 2 20 5604 7 2 60 5604 9 28 5 Tangerines. Prospects for good pricesare ton accordingly?

7,014( 8a 2 80 7614 19 2 70 5604 4 210 1854 6 195 very promising. ((3)). I have a piece of bayhead land

1 4 05 1614 80 218 1854 6 2 60 1854 14 2 60 BLAKE & RIPLEY. where bog iron crops up almost to the

id14 26 2 it1 S4 1 8 O 1854 Ii 205 4644 3 2 45 -- top; under it is white quicksand. As it

1214 25 211 4973 7 2 15 4044 8 2 20 4644 16 265 NEW\ YORK, March 5. is, nothing will grow on these spots. Do
4644 1a :2;J 65 4644 4 2 bO you think it would improve the land to
5427 11 2 25 8116 80 1 75 Receipts of oranges for the Meek closing -
4624 .6 l1j! 4&24 6 260 dig out the rock-A. KLEINSCHEQ, Sar-
6375 25 195 1150 28 185 to-day, aggregate 62,000 boxes, an
1526 10 90 2405 15 195 g4(1.j( 13 215 increase of 17,000 last week. asota.
1 5113 10 1 95 over Fancy
2405 9 165 4I1 (1). Hull ash is hard to find it i is
q 2 09 ( ) very ;
Indian River
4383 10 210 5127 89 210 selling at 3 to 4; brights,
2405 8 265 2405 2 all bought by the fertilizer makers.
1631 9 200 7510 31 1 90 4 55 belated sizes $2.25 to 2.75; russets, 1.75 up
2405 11 1 95 4650 7 200 } ((2)). An analysis made by W. P. Frost,.
WM 20 185 698.5 10 185 to 2; Tangerines, $5 to 7: Mandarins, 3
4650 12 265 4650 8 2 05 of Charleston, for the Bowker Fertilizer
7580 15 2 05 5114 17 1 85 to 6; grape fruit scarce and wanted, $2 .
46j0 10 2 60 7650 8 2 657MO Company, is full: Water 19.83 (con.
3 50't6( 75 very
4911 33 2:;J 23 4911 13 2 10 to ; strawberries cents. String
11SO 2S 2 OJ 3111 :29 2 OtJ 7 2 60 6165 8 265 beans, $3 to 5; tomatoes, $1.50 to 2.50; taining nitrogen 1.96, equal to ammonia

6084 2d 1 9U 6U4() 2 3 4 2 05 6165 8 2 60 7088 6 265 beets,$1.50 to 2; cucumbers, $5 to 10; egg 2.50)), organic matter 63.30, potash 7.66reoda

417 23 2 15 5595 {I 2 10 1089 2 1 '75 7088 14 2 65 plants,$10 to 15; lettuce. 2 to 4; cabbage, .17, lime 4.26 magnesia .87, oxide--
4633 6 9 70 iron .20 acid .44 phosphoricacid
10 1 60 sulphuric ,
4970 22 2 10 4970 19 1 95 1.50 to 2.50; celery (Florida), 60 to 80
958 25 2 25 4026 16 150 CFAH 10 3 iKI CFAH' 9 3 30 cents per dozen roots. .73, chlorine .21, soluble silica .84< ,

5874. 10 200 6347 5 180 CFAH 3 3 50 CFAH 84 4 05 PALMER, RIVE. BURG & Co. sand 1.67..!> The stems sell at $ $12 a
-- -- -- J'VC 92 85 J'VC 7 2 30 ton. ((3)). It would< of course, improve
R 3 1 95 -
1568 13 200
JWC 3 180 JWC 7 11b( the land mechanically, but we fear it is
266 PHILADELPHIA March\ 5.
16 1 80
1991 14 2 00 ,
JWC 9 2 60 CFAH 10 2 55 so strongly impregnated with iron that
169 7 1 80 5199 12 2 05 Qrariges--Indian River fancy, $3.25 to
JWC 12 2 40 JWC 4 2 10 vegetation will not do well on it.
P 6610 3.50 choice $3,23 to 3 lines
19 165 6610 24 210 ; ; straight .
5639 21 1 95 6639 44 2 15 WPE 7 265: GAD 11 260 fancy bt igfits,- 2.60' to 2.75; choice, 2.10 > .

5639 21 210 2722 25 175 GAD 3 180 GAD ll 2 60 to 2.35; fancy russets, $...2;) to 2.40; WEATHER AND CROPS"..

6440 80 2 05 5517 24 1 90 SWW 21 2 35 SWW 15 2 70 choice, $1.1>0 tor 3.10; Navels $3.50 to 5;

495 27 2 10 6682 18 2 00 SWW 3 2 30 SWW 12 2 75 Tangerines, $7 to 9; :Mandarins 4 to 6; .
SWW 5 2 80 SWW 13 the Week Ending March :
2 60 For 4r
1882 7 2 05 8061 22 3 20 grape fruit, fancy; $3 to 3.50; russets, .
8061 40 2 80 3061 8 2 15 I SWW 16 2 60 SWW 14 2 30 $2.25 to 2.50. Vegetables=Egg plants 1892.
SWW 8 2 45 CFAH 20 ]
4796 15 1 90' 1564 40 2 10 4 15 $12 to 16 per bbl.; cabbage, $3 to 9.50 for RAINFALL-The rainfall for the week was be-
CFAH 10 4 20 CFAH
30 4 30
( 8789 27 155 3789 33 210 good, solid, well-packed stock; lettuce, low the normal throughout the state. The
r. CFAH 8 435 4 to 6 bbl. majority of correspondents report no rain and
718 80 215 778 83 105 $ : per crate; round green beans
has occurred for three
'7533 G 2 45 033 32 1 89 4 to 4.50; refugees and flat $2.50 to 3.50 weeks.some state crops that in none many sections are suffering

(jggg 84 1 G3; 2657 82 2 35 FRUIT EXCHANGE BULLETIN. per crate; tomatoes, good, solid stock, severely from drought.TEMPERATtIRUThe.

82 a J 20 34 2 10 JACKSONVILLE, March 8. $3.50 to 4 per crate; fair, $2.50 to 3. temperature during the

5357 14 9 00 5838 20 1 60 The week thus far has been fraught strawberries, 40 to 60 cents per quart. week was below the normal the average in daily

883 26 9 20 7077 2iJ 180 with cheering news of continued improvements Ship berries and lettuce all rail express; deficiency northeastern being portion.about Light seven frosts degrees occurred tbe-a*

7514 31 i 75 1120 ; in the orange markets. Averages all other vegetables A. C. D., all rail. far! south as about latitude 27 30 from March ist
2:1:1 f' 20 '1.514 85 175 are higher than last week and still REDFIELD & SON to: 3d, inclusive. Ice formed in places and ten-

7610 11 210 6492 1IJ 165 ddvanciflg* The demand is active and der reports vegetation indicate was that injured the damage in some was localities generally but

6492 24 190 6492 34 2 50 all offerings are being readily taken. CINCINNATI, March\ 5, 1892. light The conditions were not favorable to.

6492 33 1 95 6582 8 2 05 Fancy grades, 176 to 200 counts, sell at Oranges-Market\ has been advancing vegetable and grain crops, nor to berries. They

1415 15 225 1418 18 225 $3? to 3.25; fancy, 12tf to 150, go at from steadily the past week and it seems as if cool were weather beneficial prevented to the development orange crop,of as the the buds dry,

1418 42 2 85 1418 41 2 65 $2.25 to 2.75; choice brights, $2 to 2.65, there will be no decline as yet, for the and kept the fruit remaining on the trees in good

4835 23 2 00 2536 15 1 80 according to size and appearance, choice receipts are kept moving as soon as they condition. Peach and pear trees are blooming cold

7492 3 150 RL'V 5 1 65 russets, $1.75 to 2.25; ordinary brights arrive. Out of town orders have been but weather not profusely has kept in them some back sections.. ,and perhaps The has.

RL'V 5 285 Wade 4 265 and russets; 1.35 to 1.65. Grape fruit is exceedingly heavy, and with no Califor- been beneficial in preventing such developmentas

2536 9 2 85 7492 2 2 87 wanted and is now selling at $2.50 to nia fruit on the market, prices no doubt might cause serious damage in case of late

4835 2 185 3.50; only the fancy grades,however, will will remain steady till close of season. frosts.

Sgobel & Day, for F. F. E., 1,200 boxes command over $2.50. The grand rush Small desirable sizes, brights, selling average SUNSHINE for this-The season sunshine of the year was but about the bene-the

ex City of Birmingham, March 2: I being) now ended, we look for steady $2.50> to 2.75; large sizes, $1.90 to 2.25; ficial effects of this condition were largely coun-
markets and higher prices during the bronze, gQlden russets and russet, small teracted by cold winds and lack of rain.
266 16 1 70 6440 26 1 50
remainder of the season. Tangerinesand desirable sizes, $2.40 to 2.60: large sizes, REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS
6440 34 2 05 5305 25 2 10 Manderins are in good demand at 1.75 to 2.15. Strawberries-Weather Brook>ville-All work on farms and garden

5357 14 190 5063 34 180 figures quoted last week. The Exchange has been cool and demand limited as yet, progressing well,but the weather is too dry and
1232 19 1 90 1232 17 1 80 for to do much growing. Vegetables,
needs more fruit at present than is being most sales at 40 to 65 cents as to condi- cool especially crops need rain and warmer weather
6682 18 180 985 30 185
received, in order to supply its agencieswith tion. Cucumbers, very scarce, 2.50 to i5 much netded, and the
7530 35 1 90 7530 28 1 95 enough to meet the increasing de 2.75 a dozen; beans and peas, scarce, 4 lack of it has greatiy retarded farm work Oats
7530 34 1 85 7530 56 2 05 well.Euti .
mand. 5 a bushel; cabbage, solid would sell, sato are locking fairly
need rain. The
1674 24 210 6111 31 210 *--I'he vegetable crops
; 3.50 a barrel-crate. present cool dry weather is keeping the fruit on
6111 13 185 3948 14 190
UFFJIAN. the trees good and solid. It i* also retarding:
4123 11 2 00 6131 12 1 75 HOME MARKET SALES. their blooming which is! beneficial to the trees

1526 32 1 85 1526 34 2 00 Jacksonville March\ 7,1210 boxesaverage E. L. Goodsell 1200 boxes until they are stripped of their fruit.
average, Trees and of ail
Green Cove Springs crops
1592 31 2 05 1217 8 2 00 $1.43:
$1.74. New York, March 4: kinds are suffering from cold and drought. We
5595 14 2 05 4270 23, 1 65 Grape fruit .. . .. :. .. 1.30 to 1.95 Grape fruit. . .. .. . 1.60 to 2.65 have had for some years a dry spell during the
4037 20 2 00 .. . .. . .. .. .. 1.55 2.00 of March and
6293 7 1 95 Fancy to Brights. .. .. . .. .1.10 to 2.55 months ApriL fronts and
5719 24 195 .. .. .. .. .. 1.05 1.80 LaWtey-Rain is needed. Heavy
11)1 A 5 190 Brights to .
.1.15 to 2.10 injured -
Russets .
.. .. .. .. .,. ice on the morning the 3d. Growtngerops
4060 80 190 6778 11 140 Russets .. .. .. .. ..1.05 to 1.65 to what extent it is too soon to determine.
6778 24 2 10 6778 25 2 00 Same, 800 boxes, average $2.04() March Lloyds-Fur the entire week the weather has

7120 14 195 6772 19 190 CHICAGO, March 3. 2: been clear windy and cool with frosty mornings.
7610 9 2 05 7586 8 2 05 Navels. .. .. .. .. .. 1.50 to 4.05 This has been beneficial to the fruit crop in retarding -
Brights average $3; russets $2.60; Grapefruit.. .. .. .. 2.10 to 2.45 the blooming of the tree oats need and
3218 8 1 90 6878 12 25 rain. On account of cool corn
strawberries 40
6878 23 2 85 6878 11 2 85 to 75 cents; cabbage, Fancy .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .1.80 to 2.40 cotton planting will be deferred to a later period

6878 22 2 65 7637 5 285 $2.50 to 3 per crate. Brights.. .. .. .. .. .. 1.20 to 2.55 than usual.

3517 1 285 3218 2 285 M.\ GEORGE& Co. Russets .. .. .. .. 1.35 to 2.25F. Mohno Peach-Manv, plum have and planted LeConte both pear corn trees andcane are

7586 2 2 05 6352 34 2 25 & C. Fruit Auction Co., Cincinnati, in full bloom. All farm operations are being
LIVERPOOL, Feb. 24. this fine weather.
6352 23 195 6352 50 160 March 4: pushed during
backward in
6352 59 2 10 6352 32 2 00 We confirm our respects of 13th inst. Fancy. .. . .... .. .. 1.60 to 2.70 blooming Orlando-urangcs, owing to th are unusually rather long period of

6352 44 210 6353 24 160 and now beg to advise you that we to-day Brights .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.60 to 2.65 cool weather.

6352 332 15 6352 ->10 1 65 offered about 500 boxes Florida oranges Russets.. ... .. . .. 2.00 to 2.70 Pensacola-Strawberries and dewberries Potatoes slightly -
the zd and 3d.
ex Adriatic, the greater part of which Riverside..1.75 injured by frost on
6352 3 2 40 California and tender vefceUblcs were also injured in some
turned out thirds and fourths in condition -
for most
>- The week has t een a good one
t Blake & Ripley, forF. F. E., via Clyde and sold from 10s. to 11s. 9d.per box QUESTIONS AND REPLIES. farm Rain is ne ded. The cool nights

Line Boston March 4: for brights, fancys and standards. In- retard vegetable growth

4630 8 175 4630 1 100 feriors in condition realized from 5s. 3d. 348. BEGGARWEED. Please kindly Edsn-The wtather has been generally too 'LCJld

4630 4 2 75 2752: 21 1 87 to 6s. 3d. per box. It is to be regretted inform me if you know any o'1eof whom they for are pineapple being somewhat to make retarded much inearly growth fruit-and :

6197 6 1 75 6043 3 2 50 that the condition was so wasty, otherwise I can get the Beggar Lice Seeds? Will ing. E. R. DEMAIN Director.

6124 2 2 25 6124 : 2 2 87 j I we could have shown a much better want enough to plant fifteen or twenty JACKSONVILLE,FLA., March 5, 1892. r



OUF Y oun Foll\s. "Now," cried Neighbor Lyon, gasping NEW KODAKS. gia should adopt this rock for princi-

\ like an exhausted swimmer, "now he pal streets, drives and parks. The;
"" whist, Daniel," and spreading out his
is no comparison between it and shell
arms and stooping forward he
Catching the Black-Eyed Sheep. preparedto
for beauty, solidity and wear.Gainesville -
advance. "Be whist, Daniel ; and
Imagine to yourself a well-made man then as the sheep made demonstrationfor You press the Sun.

of the middling size, presenting a full another spring,he would shout at the

cheek and fresh complexion, which be- top of his lungs; "there there she goes." Jiut buttcn, These high winds and consequent

speak perfect health and exuberant spir- and then as they turned again, half high tides are potent arguments in

whispered, "be whist, Daniel, look out, we do the rest. favor o[ the protection of our river
its with motions quick athought,blood "
Silas, there, there she goes ; and sure fronts. The fine tropical palmettoesthat
untamed as the race horse's exulting in enough, they had pressed upon and almost -
his veins, and strength of limb and con- overrun the middle-aged man and Seven Sew Styles and Sizes give character to our town are
stitution that would almost have shamedthe were again over the hills. "Run, Dan- one by one being toppled into the

angry might of the lion, the name iel, run, by Jo. Rutter, run," and off For sale ALL by all LOADED I'hoto.WITH Stock TranAparent'Films.Dealers.THEEASTMANCaMPAN. river, and a generation will not sufficeto
which he bore, and withal an enthusiastic scampered the whole party in pursuit. replace them in their full beautyand
temperament, bursting all bounds in Time brought them once more into a What
majesty. a magnificent
its not infrequent movements:: of nervous corner. Neighbor Lyon more excited
excitement; such was neighbor Lyon. than ever, one moment whispering "be Send: for Catalogue. ROCHESTER N. Y esplanade we could have to day if

How often have we known him in !Situ-: whist, Daniel" and the next shouting past and present councils had per-

ations of difficulty, with a load of woodor like a speaking trumpet "there, there its mandates formed their whole duty in looking
a sunken rock, his coat off and sleeves there she goes," till the middle-aged man groes obey just long after the interests of the city.-Halifax
rolled-up, tearing about "like mad" and fairly rolled on the ground with laughter enough to make and gather a crop,

hallooing to his oxen till the woods and and the two young men were half then fatten their stock off of their Journal.

hills rang again; and then, when some smothered. white neighbors. Just such work A Winter Haven letter in the Bar-
humorous idea struck him he would roll "What under heaven are you laughingat
brings shot guns to the front.Floridian. tow Courier gives the destination of
and tumble the ground and laugh "I don't
on ? said Neighbor Lyon see
the thus far this
and shout till his face was bathed in tears anything to laugh at." But he did not vegetables shipped

and his voice choked with hoarseness. wait for an answer, for at that momentthe Chairman Dennis Burns, of the season as follows : The following are

Neighbor Lyon did everything by extremes sheep headed from him, and with a committee which has charge of the the shipments to points outside of

and yet he was the beht-hearted bound like a tiger, he flung himself full offers for Florida: New York, 25 crates; Macon .
fellow and the most accommodating length upon the ground, and seizing the premium agricultural prod-
. neighbor in the whole country. We don't long-sought animal by the leg, uttered ucts (for the coming year, has secured Ga., 32 crates; Savannah, Ga.,

believe he ever had the shadow of an the single exulting cry of "Rutter," and quite a list of premiums, which will 40 crates; Richmond, Va., 10 crates;

enemy.Well::. rolled over to join the laugh. be offered for nearly every kind of Pittsburgh, Pa., 5 crates; Philadelphia -
neighbor Lyon, like all other The black-eyed sheep was caught.Mate The of Baltimore and Kansas City
mortals, had his troubles, and not the agricultural product. prize 40 :
least among them was the errant dispo- acres of land for the best display is each 5 crates; St. Louis, 10 crates;

sition of his Hock of sheep. In vain tud the one for which a large number Thomasville, Ga., 4 crates; Atlanta,

he spend a fortnight every spring in new eVs. should contest.-Pensacola News.A I Ga., 28 crates; Birmingham, Ala., and

bushing his fence; there was one noble ...... ..., Boston, Mass., each 18 crates-total
fat ewe that would mount over it andlead Our people are enthusiastic on party of explorers has just re 223. 295 crates have been sent to
the rest into mischief. It was a very turned from in the
a trip
tobacco culture and our associationhas I Florida towns, as follows : Auburn-
proud creature with one or two motley
about ten miles west of the home.
feet and a strip of shining black just a membership of 80, but they are dale, 7; Bartow, 57; DeLand, 17;

around the left eye. Neighbor Ljon going to follow your advice to go steaders, and report many quite extensive Jacksonville, 121; Oakland, Ij; Or
loved that sheep; its wild tamelessness islands of rich land, timbered lando Sanford St. Augustine
slow, not averaging over two acres 13; 5; I
suited his heart and he could not with mastic alimbo
very gum mahoganyand 26 and Umatilla
each.-Chipley item in Floridian.Mr. ; Tampa, 47, i.
endure to fetter'her. But at last the evil other tropical trees. It will be a

became so great that something must be Matthams' force is busily engaged short time now before all these rich A few weeks ago a note was made:
done, and with a sigh he prepared to do clearing the West Side pine- in these columns of the pine needle
will be and
it. But the first thing was to catch her. spots eagerly sought occupied. ,
The common-scribe way would have apple farm. A large number of work. .-Tropical Sun. road which was being made on the

been to have driven the whole Hock first men are making rapid progress on the east end of Orange avenue, from Mr.
Four of turtlesof
into the barnyard and then into a covered first twenty-five acres of one hundred specimens large sea I'I Hall's toward Eustis. ,The experi-
where she could have been a different species from those nativeto
and twenty-five purchased for the ment was a complete success and
captured at leisure; that was the way the this coast, were washed ashore
purpose.-Tropical Sun. proved a great boon to all who drive
honored guardian of our youth instructed during the gale of last week. They
us in sheep catching. But this tardy The fruit growers of this section are were identified as the Sphargis Coriacea into town from that section. Now

movement did not at all suit the impa- to be congratulated on the fact that and differ from the comes up the question, why not havea

tient spirit of neighbor Lyon. Whetherhis they have held their until Loggerheadand general uprising of the people in
oranges other turtles from
decision was actuated by a dislike to having a
various sections and have pine needle
all stratagems where such simple characters now. It is safe to say that not over leathery covering instead of shell. I
road beds? In one or two days
were concerned, or arose from a 35 per cent. of the crop from around The largest of the four probably would many
fear that the black-eyed sheep would sus- Eustis has been shipped up to the 600 hands would make light work and
pect mischief and leap the yard fence, present time.-Lake Region. weigh or 700 pounds.CoastGazette. roads which would recommend them-

as she had been known to do on divers selves to all who had occasion to use
occasions or in a desire to plunge at The sea grape is a tree that finds its
The city of Waycross has been putting them. One of the most important
once into effective business, does not appear perfect development here. On Mr.
down what is called Gaines- before the of
; but he called in his neighbors and Dawson's place there are some fine now questions ever people
ville rock in that It is this section is hard roads. The '
determined to corner the offender and twelve inchesin city. just as good,
seize her by a desperate plunge. His measuring beautifying there as here and equallyas i pine needles go a long ways towards
and feet
diameter twentyfive high I
assistants were, first, a.miduie-a ed man, ; much praised. All the seaoast solving the problem in the rural dis
the fruit from these trees makes deli-
and a
fond of fun story-telling; sec-
and cities of Florida and Geor tricts. Like
sandy : Region.
ond, a youth, good natured and good cious jelly.-Narrows item in Tropical
hearted, called Silas; and last, but not

least, a tall, light-complexioned young Sun.The
man named Daniel, who understood the Waldo peach, which variety

ludicrous sts well as any person living- originated here, is as early as the PAR E S S (CONSUMPTION OF THE BKA1N

and was altogether such a character as Peen-to and has stood the late cold
is be found nowhere else than, pipe in
to spells while the latter has been can certainly be cured by only ono .hlue iia.! PBOF.PHILTS' great coverr.PAINE'S ,
mouth, in his own chimney corner.
Thus supported,Neighbor Lyon set forward blighted.The soft phosphate used

on his expedition ; the flock was i on the groves at Waldo last year has CELERY COMPOUND.

speedily found and driven into a corner; increased the bloom wonderfully this

the captors approached cautiously upon spring.-Waldo items in GainesvilleSun. Saved From tho Insane Asylum. Dear &><:-! feel itmy duty to tell you
the open side, and were almost near what Paines Celery Compound did for me. I can't praise: it enough. About a year ago my
enough for a plunge, when the animalin head troubled me so( that it seemed as though I should be crazy. It was caused by over-
question, by a sudden spring, darted A letter received a few days ago bya study. I asked the advice of two doctors,who gave me medicine to no eflect and I did not
between the legs of Neighbor Lyon, and certain in this section from know what I wMill d'). I did not want to see anyone,everything seemed strange. I
with rush the whole flock broke person bad u tired languid; feeling,my kidneys troubled me, and I felt badly. I read your advertisement -
a Cincinnati recited the fact that Mr. had taken half of
In a paper and thought I would try the compound. Before I one
through the guards. The quick spirit of C H. Garvey, of Rockledge, had just bottle I felt like a new person. Four bottles cured me and I would recommend it to all '
Neighbor Lyon caught the enthusiasm that feel the way I did. Yours truly, MBS.J. E. WILCOX Rural P.0.,Wls.
the moment, and with a loud hurrah, he disposed of a carload of Indian river
started in pursuit. Flinging his arms oranges in that city at the price of < Physicians Prescribe It. Air S'w-I am much pleased with the action of
Paine 8 Celery Compound in those C8C8I1re! the ncn-oWilfstem was broken down from
aloft he with the ofa
plunged'along speed dollars box. This is
five per encour- over-work of mind or bodY' I have seen particuLirly good results where the patient had
shouted his
greyhound, to followers aging for our growers who have been lost all ambition,no app tite,constipated,could not sleep nights, etc. Threr or four cases
"Run, Daniel, run ; by Jo! Rutter, their fruit. Titusville Star. of weak,emaciated,'t'y...terical females have been cured with the Compound. I have 'observed -
the black-eyed sheep's gone!" On, on holding that it quiet excitable nerves,gives patients better rest, increases appetite,regulates

they flew, over stumps, stones and bogs, We used to oppose the stock law; bowels,and is a good remedy to build up broken-down cases generally. Yours truly,
up one hill and down another, till at in favor of it than we, R. a ExunTtx*, M. D., Alton, IlL
length,panting,wild,and streaming with we are stronger It Is sold by all reliable! druggists. WELLS EICIIARDgoy,&CO., Props.: ,Burlington,Vt.-
in the other direction. In
the flock headed ever were
were again
and perspiration cornered., this portion of Leon -county the ne- Beware of v/orthless imitations of DIAMOND DYr'S.t .



Deadly Cigarette Paper. The hen, after she begins to lay, ,......." ." .," ,.,.,...,.,
Our I\UFal l Jlome The ways and means committee of will often grow fat and will remain soon .*"WORTH A GUINEA A BOS."
small quantity of food. It
...... the House of Representatives will be a very i
is difficult to reduce a fat hen, except
Flour of the Future. petitioned to prepare a bill invokingthe by actual starvation, especially with

From the'"Flour of the Future," paternal condemnation of the gov- some breeds, and this is the difficulty,

by Erastus Wiman in the Nortt ernment upon the cigarette habit. though unknown to some, that induces f i

American Review for February, we take< Cochran, Cummingsand : them to discard her for the pullet, as

the following t tVhat Representatives Stahlnecker, of New York, all the pullet, from doing the double dutyof
1'\ has science In the makingof and and takingmore
part having in their possession bills which laying growing STOP THIEF.
bread ? To what extent has this introduce exercise, does not fatten so Dyspepsia is stealing the roses from many
they have been petitioned to ladies'
J cheeks, and making
many men s
article of food been improved
staple providing for the of cigar- readily.
and benefited by the immense strides! The chicks from eggs produced by
ette manufacture by imposing an (I CiJlhEOHAM'S
made in scientific knowledge, appli-- revenue tax of$10 per thousand I hens are nearly always stronger and
cable to almost every other article 3? more vigorous than those produced trill ..
urrrl the
r -
on all imported or cigarettessold
There seems a great lack of know- in this country.Accompanying by pullets, and the hen lays a larger i P I L LS and The claim that color \,lll
ledge of the proper composition the memorial is a egg than the pullet. Sick 1'Ifnduchc, aclinif; *-' care*"*arm
nutritious qualities of flour; of the the hen will not lay as many eggs the i |on the Stomach. I.Ivrr '''ey'.
statement which says: "Clippingstaken 23c.> a box.New Vcr': 1 St.
process of fermentation ; of the gen- from throughout the second and third years as the first is 2
in of the papers --
erating of gases baking; not true.
United States show that during the
effect of the absence or superabun The hen simply fattens more readily .
there have been about one
dance of any certain ingredient in past hundred year deaths of young men, mostly as she enters her second year and A SCHOOL
is that the bread of fed
bread. It true becomes aged. If judiciously,
under 16 of from the effectsof
this is whiter than that of years age less than the
our she should pullet
century cost ,
smoking paper-wrapped cigarettes.In Fitting young men the active duties of life.
forefathers; it may be lighter from and lay more eggs, as well as retain Chartered by the Legislature of Virginia, and
some cases there have been endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce,Council,
the addition ot artificial baking- analyses of the stomach, and in most her vigor until she is five or six years and prominent citizens the city where located.
powders and similar compounds; but is old. For catalogue circulars and testimonials,address
instances there has been found J.G. DUNSMORE.President Staunton Va.
it better more wholesome, nutritiousand
digestible? Compared with the ACID, PHOSPHORUS AND ARSENIC, William Smith, near Miami, back

making and the composition of bread, which is largely used in the manu- half a mile from the seashore, has the FOR SALE,

which everybody consumes, there is facture of cigarette paper. Also the most thrifty young trees in Florida, or would exchange for bearing grove and pay
ten times as much science employedin same clippings will show that about fertilized by using the "red water" cash difference land. Thirty Forty acre acres cleared of rich, together Pine Hammock wh, -
the making of beer. one hundred men have been con- from his starch mill. There is no plank causeway, Y4 mile Ion with dock and
mile from Grahamville,
ferry i
"The demand has been made for signed to insane asylums for the same room for doubt that this high, rocky River;4 miles from Silver Springs.!on AddressA.

white bread fashion Calls for it; the cause. There has been, in about forty land is the home of the citrus tribe, TREAD WELL,
millers have complied. Mechanical different States, a law passed prohibiting and that for the tender species, its

skill has come to their assistance, and the sale of paper-wrapped cigar almost complete safety from frost Redding Conn.

every part of the wheat which would ettes to minors under 16 years of age. makes the only reliable land for lem- STATE BANK OF FLORIDA
tend to darken the flour is being removed There has never yet been a chemist of ons. The great advantage of this

with a precision and thoroughness any responsibility, who has examined limestone land, the impossibility of ".YOT LYCOJJ-ORATED."
which are.simply wonderful. But paper-wrapped cigarettes who has not rust, is alone a very great inducementto
does this tend to make the bread better most decidedly pronounced them in plant here.-Tropical Sun. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

? Does it give the workingman a jurious. The internal revenue tax is >_.-.
CapN# $3".nng. 8
greater return for his hard-earned loaf? now 50 cents per one thousand paper The arrival of Professor Dodge, of ,

Does this refined milling process giveto wrapped cigarettes, for less than three the Agricultural Department, at Cocoanut
the convalescing invalid, to the pounds weight per one thousand cigar. Grove, in Dade county, with Hatch Chickens by Steam.

growing child, more strength and nu- ettes. To accomplish what the different apparatus and appliances for experimenting IMPROVED EXCELSIOR INCUBATOR .
. triment than did the old fashioned dark States have, and are attempting to leads to the hope that he :atlon.wmdo Simplt.I\.Thousands Perfect and.&lKeylaly.Lowestpriced oper.

bread? The answer to the foregoing do, protect the young people by pro- may have invented a way of manufac- Guaranteed to first-clans batch a larger Batcher percentage made.
I nn
questions is decidedly in the negative. hibiting their smoking paper wrapped turing the pineapple leaves into fiber. Wad 6a iQrL1J of fertile.C7.ta a o g,at Q I lee U.ILItU,cast than q.aaqJJJe any other.

Indeed, on the other hand it is impos- cigarettes, a law should be passed by .--- .-

sible to estimate the injury done by this Congress;? making the internal How's This?
the elimination of the most valuable revenue tax $10 per one thousand on We offer One Hundred Dollars PRINTING OFFICE

constituents of the grain. A promi- all paper-wrapped cigarettes, imported Reward for any case of Catarrh that

nent English physician, when discuss- or domestic. This would place them canot be cured by taking Hall's

ing this question, has recently said: at a price that children could not pay, Catarrh Cure.F. .
'Wheat and water contain all the and go further than any State legisla- J. CHENEY & CO., Props., FOR SALE.

elements necessary for man, and for tion can, and meet with the approval Toledo, Ohio.

the hardworking man, too. Whereis of every man and woman in the coun We, the undersigned, have knownF.

the man that can exist on our pres- try." J. Cheney for the last 15 years, :;- .,",'; ':.. ,< .,
ent white bread and water? There is LIST OF FATALITIES. and believe him perfectly honorablein -
an old joke about doctors being in Following the memorial are the all business transactions and financially I have had placed. in my' ."hands.t'"" .,'

league with undertakers; it would names and addresses of over two able to carry out any obligationmade

rather appear as if the millers and hundred people of various sections of by their firm. and offer for sale a

bakers were in the doctors' pay, as if, the United States who have during the WEST & TRAUX, Wholesale Drug-

were it not for them, and for the white past year died or grown hopelessly gists, Toledo, O.WALDING.KINNAN.
bread they are so zealous in producing, insane as the effect of the cigarette \ & IARVIN,'Vhole- Complete frinfingttw\ \
the doctors would have less to do. habit. sale Druggists, Toledo, O. t.

Separating the bran from the flour be- Representative Cochran will file his Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally .

came fashionable at the beginning of bill with the ways and means committee acting directly upon the blood ON EASY TERMS.

the present century. This fashion of which he is a member, for such and mucous surface of the system.

created the dental profession, which,, action as the committee may deem Price bottle. Sold by all
75c. per 3YLINDKU lass, TWO Jon I'JCKSSES
with its
large manufacturing industries, proper. Druggists.
has grownup within the last two gen- 1 g AND FULL OUTLAY OF TYPE.
erations. It has reached its present Hens or Pullets for Layin&r.

magnitude only because our food is Whether to retain the old hens or DEAFNESS ,

systematically deprived of lime, of to hatch early pullets, is one of the ,

salts and phosphoric acid, the creatorsof unsettled questions in keeping poultry ITS CAUSES AND CURE, ;
nerve, bone and tissue, which Says Poultry Yard. The fact is, Further information on applicationto
anrlst of worldwide -
especially so signally absent from both the old hens and the pullets maybe Scientifically reputation treated Deafness by an eradicated and
,of from 20 to 3J years'stand ng,
our modern white bread. preferred, according to circum- entirely cured
after all other treatments have failed. How
stances. That the pullets seem to excel he circular re- Chas. W. DaCostar
"Know ye not, who would be*free themselvesmust : the hens at times is true, but the moved, fully explained in with roml-affidavits -
strike the blow,'' so do not wait and suffer; and testimonials cures fronf
but put on your hat,go to the nearest druggist, matured hen is better for breeding nent people,mailed free3r. -
and askfor: Salvation. OU the great." pain cure. than the pullet. A.FONTAINE East 14th St N. Y. JACKSONVILLE FLA.iicn .
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Our aturaI W alth in greater abundance than along the it is believed by competent judges that half to two miles wide, and is the rich
line of the Tallahassee and St. Marks sea island cotton can be raised with est l land in the State; the only objection
railroad. The southeastern part of success and profit. is that it is subject to overflow. After
West Florida. I the central division! known as "Harts- But cambia's commanding Iota- leaving the river bottom there is t d
That part of the State which lies field's Survey," is unique. It is an tion lies in its adaptability for fruits. series of high hills, arid then coWeS
west of the Apalachicola river and elevated plateau of irregular, alternate Being fully twenty-four>: hours nearer high rolling pin lands; inierpersed
south of Alabama is called West Flor- tracts of open pine, dense oak and Montgomery, Nashville: Evansville, with ooh and! hickor Approaching
ida. 'It has an extreme length from hickory, and denser hammock lands. Louisville, Cincini l ati, tndianapblis, the thipb'la river ,and its tributaries
east to west of 165 miles, and its width The natural sub-division ot this plateau Chicago, St. Louis and other northwestern are to be found large bodies of h-.*n-
from north to south varies from 45 into poor, rich and richt soils, and i! points than any other section mock land, which is very level and
to zoo miles. It has several fine nav consequent pine, oak.and. hickory and oi Florida, it is destined to become exceedingly fertile. These hammocksare
igahle rivers, besides numerous !mailer hammock fore s. with'oiit elevationsor the Delaware of the South. In addition to be found in the middle and
streams, and boasts of six magnificent depressions, an incomprehensible to peaches it will furnish the cities northern parts of the county; the
landlocked bays, affording an unlimited phenomenon. The hammocks are with LeConte: pears, strawberries, western and southern parts of the
amount of anchorage for shipping, heavily timbered with live oak, white melons, Japanese persimmons and county are high pine land, with occasional .
and immense facilities for establishing oak, magnolia, sweet gum, cedar, vegetables. Pecans grow here, figs oak and hickory lands. The
communication between the rich and hickory red bay, wahoo and beech do finely and one New Yorker has hlpoa! river runs through the coUntyand
populous country northward, and the trees, profusely and beautifully orna- 7,000 trees planted, expecting to establish ; nearly divides it in the center.
Gulf of Mexico. mented in places with long, gray moss d cahning; and packing estab- On either side are rich lands heavily
Three of these bays, Pensacola bay, h langincj in wreathy complications ishihent. Scuppernong and other | timbered.
St. Joseph bay and St. Andrews bay, from every branch of every tree. A grapes, pomegranates, quinces and SANTA ROSA COUNTY.
are natural harbors, having a deep moss mill or factory in the mossy I plums grow with splendid yield. this various
water channel leading into them. realm for the purl ore of convertingthe Through county run
WASHINGTON COUNTY. rivers three of which
Pensacola has 22 feet on the bar, St. live gray into dead black moss- are navigable,
The northern of the is :Blackwater, Yellow and East and
Joseph 21 feet and St. Andrews 18 a salable staple-would develop an part county ;
feet. Pensacola harbor has been unproved industry that would fleece the forestof hilly and rolling; the remainder, for then the EsCafflbia which fofrnfc the
some, but St. Joseph and St. its garland gray. And a tannery the most part, is level, Pine l land is boundary between this county and
the prevailing quality. In Holmes Escambia county, Florida, is also
Andrews in the
are just as nature made oaky realm would be useful to
them. St. Andrews harbor might the people and profitable to the tan valley, where most of the farming in- navigable. Each of these rivers
easily be deepened to 25 or 27 feet. ner. terests are concentrated, the lands are might, with a small outlay, be made
West Florida is comparatively a most excellent. In point of fertilityand of considerable interest to the commerce
new country as regards developmentand WALTON COUNTY. durability the lands of Holmes of the county. Besides these
improvement. Previous to the The Choctawhatchie river on the valley cannot be surpassed by any in streams there are quite a number of
construction of the P. & A. railway' east, emptying into Choctawhatchie the State. Some portions of them creeks which are utilized for lumber
in 1881, from Pensacola to the Apa bay, is navigable, and furnishes transportation have been under cultivation for thirty and grist mills, also for conveying logsto
lachicola river, it was but very sparsely to the eastern part of the or forty years, and to day yield large and timber from the mills. Amongthe
populated, the settlement being on or county, while the Yellow river, emptying crops without the aid of fertilizers. most important may be named
near the rivers and bays which furnished into Pensacola bay, is also navigable When in good condition they yield PondClear, Juniper, the Cold Waters,
the only means of transportation. and furnishes transportation to about 500 pounds of lint cotton to the Horse Head and Panther. Upon the
By the census of 1880 the total the western part of the county. The acre, from thirty-five to forty bushels banks of each of these streams is more
population of West Florida was 45,213. lands are generally pine, and well of corn, from ISO to 200 bushels of or less land that is susceptible of &
The census of 1890 shows the popula watered. There are some exceptionally sweet potatoes, 500 gallons of syrup, 11 high state; of cultivation, and even
fertile lands the and of tobacco. where it is sUbjett: to overflow would
tion at this time to be more than 63- : on Choctawhat 1,200 pounds The :
000, or a gain of nearly 40 per cent. chie, and also in the Euchee valley. valley is plentifully supplied With fine, be profitable for the growifig] of rice!
Of the seven counties inVest Florida, The Pensacola and Atlantic railroad water, and surrounded by pine woods. In the west: end of the fcoiinty thereis
Holmes shows the greatest rate of passes through the county from east. There is ,no healthier portion of the a large body of land containing
increase, having doubled in population to west, and greatly enhances the State. The kinds of timber are oak, thousands of acres, which, from the
that is, she has gained 100 value of real estate and adds all the beech, hickory, ash, poplar, bay, few experiments that have been made,
; Escambia, in which is the thriving percent advantages of Commercial facilities. magnolia and pine. The price of may be said to be a good average
city of Pensacola, has gained 66/ The settlement of the Euchee valley land varies from $1 to $10 per acre. corn-producing land, making a yieldof
per cent., while Washington county was in 1823 by a colony of Scotch HOLMES: COUNTY. from fifteen to twenty-five bushels
comes up third in the race with againof people. The lands in that section are The Choctawhatchie river runs per acre, without any extraordinary
about 60 per cent. red clay, are durable in the higherdegree through the center of the county, af- cultivation. This land should be the
West Florida is still a very thinly and will earnestly invite new fording& steamboat communication with prosperous, happy homes for hundreds
settled country, and contains thousands settlements when" railroad facilitiesare the gulf, and admitting of the transportation who are pressed by want of somethingto
of acres of United States lands added. These Scotch people of logs and timber to mills do. .
subject to homestead entry, besides a have: certainly demonstrated the on the sea board. At Cocoanut Grove there are egg-
larger amount of railroad and syndi-- profitableness of wool growing in that The lands are for the most part giants two years old that have aver-
cate land which may be bought cheap part of Florida, and, judging from the sandy and of a high grade of pinelands aged a mature specimen of fruit for
and on easy terms. The quality of f extensive inquiry made as to suitable but there are areas of excellent each week in two years, and it is no exaggeration -
these lands varies from sandy near the localities in Florida for sheep husbandry hammock, where agricultural operations to say that one plant on
coast, to heavy clay land as you go it is predicted that when the of considerable proportions are ample space, well tilled and fertilized
north to the Alabama'line, while in the success of the Walton county farmersin being profitably pursued. Fruit and could be relied upon for a barrel of
valleys of the streams are found the that particular becomes more widely vegetable growing have received but fruit in a year. Now the plant bears
rich bottom lands which are noted for known their county will attract limited attention heretofore for want vigorously for two or three years,
their fertility. The whole of West considerable interest in this as well ain s of means of putting them on the when once established. Dade county
Florida is slightly more elevated than other agricultural advantages it en market. What changes the railwaywill is truly the "garden spot" of the
the peninsula portion of the State, joys. fleet in this particular remains to United States and the very last to be
Orange Hill, in the northern part o f ESCAMBIA COUNTY be seen. occupied Tropical Sun.OOOOOQQO9Q.
Washington county being one of the has not been an agricultural county,, Timber cutting and the establish
highest elevations in the State. and even the vegetables consumed a t ment of saw-nrlls will no doubt be the
Pensacola few leading industry for a short period.
a im
COUNTIES years ago were
Tke smallest Pill in the World!
In this article we will give a brie f ported from Mobile. The county hasa Stock-raising has also proven profitable OoTulisTinyPiHso
fine subsoil and it is here, especially sheep, which are beginning
sketch of each county, then follow i it clay being rap '
with some account of their agricultural idly demonstrated that this clay is to attract general attentionand
and horticultural good for more than the manufacturei invite investments. Sugar cane I are very small,yet pOill es all the..irl -
l nines of the larger Tutt's Pills which A
f pottery" ware (which is made of f corn, potatoes and other provision hare been so pop ..arforthirtyyears.Their .
WAKULLA COUNTY. \ have always been A. size and sugar-coating1 com-
superior quality). Rice, peas, potatoes, crops abundantly .,f mend them for the use of children Ai_
The surface of the country is mainly and all kinds of vegetables can be produced for home consumption. ana.persons with weak stomachs. For
level and sandy. East of the Wakull grown with profit, while the soil seem JACKSON COUNTY. Sick Headache e
River it lies low in plart-F, has a inn to be specially adapted to peaches and Adjoining: the rivers on the eastern they are Invaluable as they cause theE .
ductive surface and a durable lime !food to assimilate nourish the body e
watermelons. Sheep cattle grazing boundary 0'the' county there is an extremely and pass naturally without nausea
rock and clay sub-soil-rocky everv is fine with an unexcelled water rich strip of land extending or lJ'iplnc. Uoth lzc5ofTntf.Tills .
where. Nowhere : are sold by all drup:;lsts. Dose small.M,
could lime b e supply. No test has been made o f from one end of the county to the Price,25c. Office,30 Park Place,N.Y.eetteeeeeee.
burned or crushed: at l less expense or cotton, but with the aid of fertilizers; other. This strip of .land, i is from one-




1: LAWN:' AND GARDEN.King naturally are of no value, except as: plumes" in a single B. Prior got out a cypress log

ornaments to the grounds. glass mirror, be camp near Apalachicola, re.

of Grasses.In Great improvements have beer "Ich Dein" or not, that made 7,290 feet of lum

I made in the curing process during the the most graceful
the early days of last September
past two years. The old method pro ation, just as I saw Rooks has a rose patch of
during a visit to Southern California) ducing a beautiful plume, but very window last plants and will give special

1 I chanced, while walking down Spring brittle. The best grades measure away, in sight of to that industry.-Ocala

street, Los Angeles, to see in a show thirty to thirty-six inches in length,,, in N. Y. Post. .

window, where artistic furniture and and are shipped to Europe. Ger county citizens will vote on
Russia and the If World's Fair tax by signing a
mantles were displayed standing be many, Italy are largest you
consumers. England is latest tc and all for or against, hung up in each
fore a plate-glass mirror, a vase holding I!appreciate their beauty, and no doubt .

what seemed to be three beautiful 'the eastern cities will, ere long, follow BROWN'S company of capitalists, with a

white feathers, tall and A in their use. ; .money.'V.known nurseryman, M E. Gil-
The regulation "three plumes" in a Key West will I will
close inspection showed a depth no as manager, plant 300 acres
single vase were no doubt suggestedby cannery. in Manatee county.
ostrich plume can boast, for in its
the Prince of Wales1 coat-of arms, The people of H. Robinson, of Mmneola, made
heart of hearts was a soft salmon tone
as there are large quantities sent to
vote on the World's pleasant call on Monday, and re
of great richness. I could not'help London, where they are quite the fad. 26. his subscription to The Com

exclaiming, "Grand! I must know About half a million plumes were The canning of He informed us that there
of this shipped to England for the recent holiday -
something new beauty. nut Grove opens planted in his region of country
Upon'inquiring, I learned that the season. The question, What can Dade county. 2,000 to 2,500 acres in tomatoes.
objects which attracted my attentionwere Europe do with a million and a half, Commercial.

pampas plumes, the product of pampas plumes year after year ? can I The Madison -

1 the "King of Grasses," which is cul- only be answered by the appreciationof Tillis realized $ -'' IROX BITTERS ALn&NAO

tivated quite extensively for the Euro- a "thing of beauty that is a joy less than eight acres One Hundred For 1894 Recipes for mak-

market. This grass is a nativeof forever." year he will plant delicious Candy cheaply and quickly
This book Is given away at drug
make less
South America, growing on the The plumes that sometimes are seen probably general stores.
where the for sale on the streets here are used by
famous pampas or plains, ---- --- -- --
cattle feed upon it, which. pampas florists to "fill in" with, but the finest I

gave name to the .cultivated article go to Europe, where there is an appreciative
now grown and cured in great perfec- market. more hard times If you plant Salzer'a Seed Why! Because they are vigor.V. .
.and rollde. You have often seen seed come up sickly and weak, with not
tion in California, producing the New uses for these plumes, or new IfevraghOf e to produce a crop. That wasnt Salzer*6eed They dont act that
way. They are full of life and Tijron When you BOW you expect to reap. That's
artistic effect referred to that is as sur- methods of using, are developed each eternally right. If you wish to reap big crops, good >tssteJ
seed must be sown. That's why I want you to send for Xfntr?o i Tii uBfek
: passing as it is beautiful. season. The artistic sense finds ex J |my cataloer. I am the Only ,eed man making Farm w
, I seed ft.specialty. Use 6,000 acres. New \\heat,liar- +
Feeling greatly interested in an in- pression in endless designs that grace S. ley,Oats Corn,etc. )Lftrjrest*,grower ot Seed

dustry so little known, I visited one of receptions, balls, church weddings and POTATOES in the *idtF10 P ,
the largest plantations in Los Angeles private houses on every festive occa samples Farm Seeds for 8c postage! 11 '
. sion. As fabric for decorative FOB 12 Ctsto
county, Ranchito de Fuerte, fortunately pur .
; during the harvest season, thus poses none other produces their fairy t I I err Introduce where, I offer my SorUk postpaid.lke. ni O'rows.- Seed. ev f'fl '

witnessing the entire process. like appearance. It is essentially a fl .t t PL.e..Melon Radish, V A rPLe*. listed In 600ERACaE

The plants or clusters, bush-like 5* wall decoration. Friezes, dadoes, etc., SALZERS', WHEAT. !jll'kff.Pie..Tomato Lettuce,, America no Catalog under ini I ?

form, are trom 10 to 12 feet high are made of wire, in art design, and MARVEL SPRING |5 PLem.Flower EleeantI Seed, COc. '
covered the from [Elegant Seed Catalog t e,with 9 pkgs Ifc.
about the same in diameter, and standin by pampas, stripped

rows 16 feet apart. Very !little care the stem, while fringes for bordering

is given the plants (they are evergreen mantles and book shelves, mats and

) until the irrigation season, rugs, and also tapestry hangings for NEW DISCOVERY ACCIDENT
which lasts from early in May until the walls, can all be produced b)
compounding a solution a part was accidently' spilled on the hand
the middle of August. Water is used skilled hands. They are used in connection I In and on washing afterward It was. discovered that the hair was completely .
with draperies and soft india removed. We at once put this wonderful preparation. on the
every fourteen days. The harvest market and so great has been the demand that we are now Introducing
, begins about August 26 and continues silk scarfs in colors to suit the apart ._:; It throughout the world under the name of Queen's Antl-llalrlne.
decorated and the taste of .. s ie IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND
seventeen days. Before the husks ments to :- SO SIMPLE ANY CHILD CAN USE IT.
open the long spikes are cut by laborers the hostess. They are also dyed, as ,wi: :fi Lay the hair over and apply the mixture: for a few minutes and the
rwrte hair disappears as If by magic ithout the slightest pain or Injury when
their faces protected'by masks silk; or cotton can be colored ; a favo applied or ever afterward. It Isunllke any other preparation ever used

and their hands by gloves with gaunt- rite use is to adorn each room in a "' with fora like hair purpose.on their FA Tbon CE!',and ECK: of LADH'S and AUDIS: uhohave attest Its been merits.annoyed
different color. .,, ..__ GKNTLKMKN who do not appreciate beard or hair on their neck,
lets the of the is "
edge as
grass -::_- find a boon In Queen' Antl-llalrlne which does away
sharp as a knife. From the place of For ceilings, festoons are made as SS25 with Saving, by rendering Its future growth an utter impossibility
Price of Queen's Antl.IIalrfne f 1. per bottle sent In 881e1mailing box!';.postage paid by us(securely
growth to the shade trees the plumesare eve see "greens" fastened to wires or seated from observation). Send money or stamps by letter with full address written plainly. Corres-

taken in wagons. Shuckers sit ropes, or the Cahldean or other square contains.pondence strictly We Invite to deal with This advertisement Ulll and you will Is find honest everything and straight as represented forward In Cut every this out under the and trees flect can be outlined by a soft feather yeading. end to-day.! Address QUEEN CHEMICAL CO., 174 Race Street, CINCINNATI.O. You can
pepper orange register your letter at any Post Office to Insure its safe delivery.V p will pay 800or: any ease
stripping off the casing of green cover- ) A house so decorated becomes of failure or slightest Injury to any pnrchaaer. Every bottle guaranteed. .
and artis, C D C P111To ladles who Introduce and tell among their friends 23 Bottles of Queen's AI1tJ.lIalrlnl.
ing the plumes. Those who have a fairy palace, unique \ II will present with. SILK DSESS.15 yards best. CoEmiaeionrto: dsent J
.ic. owe silk to select from sent with order. Good Salary or
practiced for a few years can shuck i --
from three to four thousand a day. As In California, the home of the floral I tP y Tu ALL BUYERS
V. t
this work is paid for by the thousand, iecorations, these plumes are used in I A OK

long days are made. combination with bamboo; rods are

Next come boys who lay the fresh, employed in frame work that is then I : IsF FANCY POULTRY.

silky plumes-soft green in color- covered. A favorite design is the

upon the smooth earth, prepared by Japanese[ tea garden-a row down ,. ATTENTION!

rolling to receive them. About three each side of a banquet hall, hung iL TJEREAFTER all fowls sent

hours are required at this stage to with lanterns and decorated with i 1 ': will n from at my one-half yards by the express former,
make them white and fluffy. Theyare aright colored scarfs, making: charming f t' ..-.A.".?r ratesa great saving to my customers -
gathered up and carried by arm- booths in which to sip a cup of 1 ,. fa .., This, and is by is confined special arrangement tot

fuls into the curing house; here expert Bouillon. I \ ..' fowls! from my yards. breeders ot
manipulation developes tone and a One advantage in using these decorations *- )-: thoroughbred We are the largest poultry in Florida.

is that be made Come and see our stock or send
silk floss finish that gives them their they may ex- illustrated catalogue and
J'for our
chief beauty. In the process they are remely expensive or otherwise. The .. price list of 14 vari, ties.
of all kinds.
handled sixteen times. No labor-sav. abor put upon the designs may cover Poultry Incubators supplier and Brooders Shell

ing machines can be used. A cer- everal thousand dollars on a single. '- .+ and Wire Bone Netting Mills Desiccated, Clover Fish Cutters and

tain nicety in handling, a quick eye entertainment. I Boiled Blood and Bone to make

and a ready hand, make it an industry Toe fabric bears the same relationo --' .. r hens lay.
-- --P-
where women and girls can be em- the art decoration that the thread c i 1.-. EGGS TO HATCH.E. .

ployed. About sixty hands were required does to the point lace of which it is''' W. AMSDEN,

in the harvest of which I write. nade. Artistic grouping of the plumes I' iz.1 Ormond,Fla

Plumes left upon the plants to open I is always in favor, and the "three1 I _


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.' .. ORGAN Of THE STATE FARMERS MiMflflGE fljtt) I IflDDSTlpIt U1IO$. '

Vol. VI. "Agriculture' is the Basis of Wealth." If o. 10.

Review of an Autobiography.Editor Our author says: "Nature has not. people think of a cause builded on best located when it has around it an
Alliance Department: done: much for Mr. Adams." Mr. errors of statement, slander of our extensive farming community from
The autobiography of 1lr.Valker Adams does not feel the least resent-I. country and calling his opponent hard which it can draw its supplies of fruit,
which appeared in a recent number is ment. He considers where it came names? vegetables, meat and grain. The one
very interesting reading to those who' That we have.the poor always amongus community adds to the comfort and
like to know an author's opinion of values at its true worth the opin- is painfully true. That want and the profits of the other. Yet many
himself. ." ion of a man that ?devotes his entire hunger are common most fortunatelyis people talk as if the interests of all
. Though it contains very little on the energies to getting a "degree" for not true. There is not another farmers were identical and opposed to
subject of National Banks it inciden himself instead of a cooking stove great civilized nation on earth whose the interests of the manufacturers and
tally accounts for much in the author's for his wife. And then, 1lr.Valker, labor is so well paid, where the poor merchants ; while the real fact is that
writings that was before. unaccountable. did it never occur to you that calling are so well cared for as in this National the people engaged in anyone pursuit
your opponent hard names is not accepted bank scourged country of ours. have a greater pecuniary interest in
That great naturalist, Agassiz! is as argument in the Alliance? That some have more wealth than the prosperity of people engaged in
quoted with approval as saying, "I His accusing me of burlesque is others is true, and it will always be so other pursuits than they have in those
have no time to make money." This amusing and calls to mind the oft till men are born with identical mental, engaged in their own business.
autobiography develops the fact that quoted lines of Burns : moral"and physical faculties and the For instance, what does it matter to
great minds run in the same channel, "0 wad some power the giftie gie us, same env 1 onment. Mankind are born a man in lorida who is raising vege
its author too has had time To see oursels as libers see us." tables and all
so no with different capacities and desires. oranges for a living that
make money. It develops the fact 1lr.Valker gravely stated in one of One has a capacity and desire for the people aroUnd him are prtis er-
that the consuming ambition of his his articles that a National bank couldbe wealth and he gets it. Another has a ous, if the pebple drawing theif supplies -
life was to secure "the long cov- started without loaning the govern capacity for statesmanship and he gets from Boston, New York br
eted diploma" which confers on him ment any money by simply borrowingsome fame as a statesman. Another still Chicago, to which places he ships his
the (to him) inestimable honor of government bonds of another has a consuming ambition to be an A. products, are too poor to buy them ?
writing A. M. after his name. To fellow. I have no doubt that looked i M.\ and health and wealth are sacrificed In one sense, and in i a vital l ohe pecu
secure this "degree" "every other to him like good, solid, practical, to obtain it. And still anotherof niarily, he has no interest in the people -
pleasure of his childhood and boy- modern political economy. He wouldnot less esthetic ambition ploddinglytills engaged in his own pursuit, for hfe
hood was sacrificed." The strugglefor have proposed such a plan if he the. soil and buys his wife a cook does not bUy of them nor they of him;
this bauble consumed the energiesof had not honestly believed in it. It stove. but he is vitally intetested in the prosperity .
his boyhood, his youth and early really looked to him like good finan The complex machinery of our of the manufacturers, the titer
manhood. He "sacrificed" not only ciering. Just as soon as I adoptedhis present civilization requires that the chants, mechanics and other people to
his pleasures but squandered his God system of National banking and helm of state be held, that ships be whom his products ate to be sold, if
given heritage of health to beat 3,000 advised my brother farmers to adoptit built, that railroads be operated, that sold at all, and from whom are to be
other boys in the race for that prize. it looked to him like a burlesque.It banks be plenty and solvent. derived his livelihood and his profits.It .
He fell faint and broken by the way- is a burlesque, but it did not originate The fields must be tilled, the mines has been repeated oftener than a
side and was kindly carried to the with me. When he promulgatedhis dug, the fish caught, the iron ham "twice-told tale" that there is nothing
goal of his ambition in the arms of a plan it looked to him like an argu mered and the spindles kept humming. in our present tariff law to make a
tenderhearted president. He tells us ment. When I reduced it to practicehe Houses must be builded, cook-stoves market for a single bushel of wheat or
that this intense "over-work and over could see it was pure burlesque, a manufactured and cotton picked. We a pound of meat; yet there is not a
study" wrecked his bodily health. broad farce. Your readers will par- must have lawyers, doctors, shoemakers word of truth in the statement, for
His writings show what effect it had don him for using burlesque, for clearly merchants, typewriters, coal since its passage and as a result thereof -
on his mental processes and his moral it was unintentional.Mr. heavers, scavengers and finally an in manufactories have been started
perceptions.He Walker is logician enough to scrutable Providence has ordainedthat that will give employment to many
tells us without a shudder that know that any conclusion reached we have A. M's.
he devoted the vigorous years of his from false premises is valuless. It To pay for all this honestly and men.As a result of the high duty on lacean
youth to the gratification of his ambi appears that he bases his objections to manfully we want an honest dollar English firm engaged in the manufacture
tion and then, sick and penniless, National banks upon what he gives us I I that is the absolute equal of the very of Nottingham lace curtains
placed a tender "wife unaccustomedto I; as facts, viz.: that we have 4,000,000 'best dollar in this or any other country.We have, it is currently reported, bought
labor" in a hovel and allowed her tramps, 6,000,000 people who from want no fluctuating "elastic" cur property in Connecticut and will there
"to cook in the hot sand for want of January to January are hungry and that rency. The first, second and third establish a branch of their business
money to buy a stove." 10,000 children annually starve to requirements for the farmer's dollar that will give employment to 800 men.
There is an old squash farmer near death. must be stability, stability, stability. That means the building up of a com
here who never received the "highest ]Mr. Walker is also logician enoughto DUDLEY W. ADAMS. munity or town of 3,500 or 4,000 in-
honors" of a university, but he furnIshed know that an axiom is a''self-evident Tangerine, Fla., Feb 27, 1892 habitants who will have to be fed by
his wife with a cooking stove truth" and that "no demonstration can I. our farmers and fruit growers. Now,
and a cook to do the cooking. Thatis make it plainer." He says we have Tarriff on Oranges. is it not for our interest that these
one of the differences which this 4,000,000 tramps. That is one way of Editor Alliance Department: people should continue in that busi-
autobiography develops between an saying that more than one-fifth of all To me, as an orange grower, the ness, be well paid for their labor and
A. M. and a practical farmer. the adult male population of the United question of protection appears no less able to buy of us what we have to
1lr.Valker tells a story about a States are tramps. It is a self evident vital than that of the currency. Talkas sell? What will we make by havingthat
Pennsylvania Quaker (a relative of truth that he is mistaken. He says we may of the importance of agri factory, or any other, closed and
him of the two chickens). The story 6,000,000 of our people go hungry culture, the fact still remains that no those employed in it turned out to be-
bears internal evidence of truth. This (from January to January. That is purely agricultural State or nation come producers instead of consumersof
Quaker kept his bright son on the equivalent to saying that about one ever has or ever can become wealthy.Its what we have to sell ?
farm and sent the dull one to college. tenth of all the inhabitants of the [ people must of necessity be"scattered Free, with some, is a catching word,
This shows that those Quakers have United States go hungry from one the markets for its products and our representatives in Congressare
sound judgment. That is the way year's end to another. It is a self- distant, and the sources whence it derives going to attempt, as soon as possi-
they do up in Massachusetts where I evident truth that this is a terrible many of its articles of necessity' ble, to give us something "free," and,
was born. They used good judgment, mistake.He and comfort outside of its own limits. first, free wool. Well, if free wool,
too. It is very gratifying to suppose says that 10,000 children starveto On the other hand, the more diversi why not free oranges, free rice, free
that the fathers where Mr. Walker was death every year. This is a most fied the pursuits of a people the bet- tobacco? Is not one as logical as the
born were equally wise.A ghastly slander upon the whole Amer- ter is their financial condition. That other? For myself, I do not believein
very passionate man was kicked can Nation, but, fortunately, its falsity farmer is best situated who has a manufacturing giving to a foreigner who contrib.
by a mule. He showed no resentmentbut is "self evident" and "no demonstration or commercial centre near utes nothing to the support of our
simply remarked "I consider I can make it plainer." I where all his produce can be sold; government and institutions, and can-
where it came from." What can a plain common sense and a centre pf trade or industry is not be called upon to defend them in






case of war, the same privileges in Order should take more interest in all RICH FLORIDA LANDS

our markets that we enjoy. The matters pertaining to the agrandize- 'SCROFULA "

Italian orange grower can hire his ment of our noble order and the accomplishment '\

laborers for 25 cents a day, while we of the greatest good. i
pay $i. We contribute: tc the sup The Alliance throughout the country eczema

port of our town, count. State and is in a prosperous condition, es- tetter, boils,

National governments, while he con- peci.tlly in the great. West, where we ulcers sores
tributes nothing if we admit his oranges must look for help and cooperation.The ,

t free; now, why should we tax West and South have the bulk of rheumatism, and ..

ourselves to help him ? The same farmers and their interests are' more catarrh, curedby
reasoning applies to other industriesas directly identified with ours in the

well as orange growingE. way of barter and trade, as they raise taking

B. GEORGE. much that we have to have and re

1." Washington,D. C. quire much that we raise. AVER'S

:' A Letter .from Col. Liles You may be surprised at the steady

1. BROTHERS AND SISTERS OF PASCO increase of the Alliance. Some of our Sarsaparilla

I COUNTY AND CITIZENS OF MACON :- best informed ,men put down the num- -

It i is with pleasure that I again meet ber at 3,000,000 of whites, and the
Farmers and Think.
H Stop
colored Alliance at about half that
with you in quarterly session, but I
making a population of purifies. WHY Spend the best of
am sorry to say that our numbers many; voting years your
I have deminished, mostly caused by about 2,000,000. If such are the vitalizes invigorates life cultivating the soils of the frozen

the constitution adopted' at Monti- facts, much good should, and no North and West raising crops on which

cello. I did what I could to preventits doubt will, come out of the Alliance. and enrichesthe the freight is often not realized, when

adoption, but without avail. I When the farmers owned this country blood. you can buy land from the undersigned,

well knew that it.would be disastrousto some forty years ago, and controlled rich and fertile as any known lands,

the Alliance of our county, but at the legislation, all classes of Has Cured Otherswill and where you can raise a crop that the

Dade City, last fall we adopted a new business were prosperous. In 1892, United States Government will pay a
constitution that will meet with your when they own only 20 per cent. of cure you. BOUNTY of$100 on each acre.

entire approval. We should have re- the wealth of this country, and every HOLD On, this isn't all. You can sell

ceived it long ago. It has put us branch of the government has passedout the said crop right there in your home

back in the work of reorganizing the of their control, paralysis of busi market for $250 per acre. You ask for

sub-Alliances that have gone under ness of every character has followed. !, the "How" and the "Wherefore."

for the non payment of dues, as some Farmers, remember the reins of gov- Quite right-facts and figures count best.

of the brethren had tendered to me ernment have simply passed out of the Land with Cane.
Plant Sugar
their hearty co-operation when the your hands, but not beyond your con-
TO OLD Farmers and careful
constitution came. But trol. When farmers are prosperousall perusers -
new you
classes of business flourish. Then of papers, the fact that there is now
will find in all orders those who come l-
in for the loaves and fishes, and let us educate ourselves so as to be established near Kissimmee, Fla., the

when they find these chattels out of qualified to solve this great problem; St. Cloud Sugar Refinery, is stale

sight, they simply step down and out or shall ft be a little more sleep, a lit- news.Ve are talking to all our
cane can be raised as
tle more slumber until the shacklesare friends. Sugar
with remarks that no good will come ,
securely riveted us? Breth. cheaply as corn, and Uncle Sam will
out of the Alliance. But do not let upon
\ us give up the 'ship, but rather stick ren, the fight is on The plutocratand pay you a bounty of two cents per found
all his allies are arrayed againstyou. on the manufactured sugar. The SL
the closer to it, as there is an abundance
of good material left in her It is money against labor. How Cloud plantation in Osceola Co., Fla.,

do stand? Are prepared for .. averaged 4,500 pounds of sugar to the
yet; and it we do not stick to the you you "-. -=
the contest? Give acre last year, and it will go 5,000
Alliance, whither will you drift? us our rights or i.k.\Ls. Ll/riVAJL'Olt.
Without unity and co-operation you give us death. E. G. LILES. For field,garden and grove. "The best cultivator I pounds this year.METHODS .
I ever saw," is the verdict of all who use it. ? This isn't the
cannot to accomplish anything only
Works either level or on a ;perfectly adjustable -
great. You are fully aware of the The Alliance Herald (Montgomery, ;cleanest cutting:lightest draught. chance of your life, however. The
fact that our great fruit crop of 1891. Ala.) says: "In the first efforts made Every cultivator fully CODBEY warranted.& HARRIS Price$10., cultivation of rice lands about Kissimmee

92 has been sacrificed for the want of for relief of the people by the Con- Waldo. Fla.t'iiE is to become an assured, profitable

4 unity and co-operation in the hand- gressmen who are flooding Congresswith SEND US 10 CENTS, to pay {tact. There is no richer or better

ling and marketing of the same; but bills, why do not these wiseacres Iresses of e.five and lady the friends names that and you ad- truck and market-garden lands in the

so long as we think ourselves the study the problem and seek to remedyit think would like sample "copies of world than the land on the rich over

smart Alecks, just so long will we get ? How will any measures offered be will"The mail Household it to you one llot year, FKEKK and we flow, or bottom lands about Kissimmee.

left. No fruit should be allowed togo capable of redeeming 90 per cent. of Illustrated>f cost. A large Household 8 page,and 40 column Farm, Write, for confirmation, to Col.

out of the State that is not good, the homes of farmers in this county YEAR Journal one of thebest in existence.Now A. K. McClure, editor Philadelphia
sound and from ? How will of in its 13th year. Devoted to who has personal knowledge.Then .
ripe, merchantable fruit, mortgages any short and interesting Stories, FancyWork Times,
and, if practicable, through the same them stop the robbery of the people by ,Fashions, Horticultural,Agricultural in" lands for orange groves, or
and thingof interest to
channel and to only one commission trusts, combines and syndicates, which the whole family.every Large CASII groves already cultivated or bearing,

I. merchant in each and every city. aggregate about two hundred and fifty FREE!' PRIZES Pilot given awav.Publishing Address Co., I can satisfy you that your best interests

Then, and not until then, can we expect millions per annum? How will any ___ New Haven,. t. lie in seeing me before any one else.
to get remunerative prices for our of them stop the robbery of the peopleby BEAUTIFUL HOMES. The health

fruit, and force the buyers to come taxation imposed by railroads to SPRAY4 'ulness and beauty of Kissimmeehave
dividends watered stocks and
amongst us and purchase our crops pay on never been questioned. No
I- on the trees; which latter is what we bonds? None of them try to meet PIJMPSMADEBYTHE no consumption, no pneumonia
all desire and prefer. the demands of either of these factorsin in fact read our medical
i I will also call your attention to a the problem. Sincere efforts to DEMINC CO. Beautiful cottages, villas or
f I i local fact that is becoming very much meet' these demands. are what the exigencies i-- e SALEM OHIO. lots report.suitable for residences. Writefor

too common amongst us for the welfare demand. No measure that is Write for Catalogue and TREATISE ox SPBAYINO and particulars.
f of our pocket books and the con not based on a knowledge of the prob- INSOLVENOY. terms
NOTIOE OF And untold
tents thereof: that is the levying of lem and made to conform to its demands climate in
of the grandest
will meet the requirement.Two quantities
large and onerous taxes by our county
r' IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, ) the world free with each acre of ground
thirds of the bills introduced are
commissioners. I think that law DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA.IyIIEREAS .) till
should be changed and reduced, tubs .thrown 'to the whalebamboozling Chas. W. DaCosta. administrator purchased. Come you can
say Goodrich,deceased,
of Geo. C. the soil twelve months in the year
county revenue to three mills, specialnot humbuggery. late of the county aforesaid having filed in the
1 office of the County Judge of said county a writ- At least write to me for full particula
to exceed one mill, road tax not ten suggestion of the insolvency of said estate CANNON
I to exceed two mills, school tax not to notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims WI
K"6Imm', J-'la.
CONSUMPTION of any nature whatever ngainst said estate to file
exceed five mills, as at present. Let the same duly authenticated in the office of \gent for the lands of tbA DUston CompanltB,
t the law be framed so that by a vote of I hare a poatire reined/for the abore disease;by ita Count April Judge A.of D.said, 1892 county,at which on or time before there the will 8th lands For the of Associated Kls8lmm Railways Land Co.lands, and tee
of the tax use thousand of eases of the wont kind and of longstanding to creditors entitled thereto -
majority people a greater be a pro rata payment Phosphate, sugar cane, rice, truckingfruit
hare been cured. Indeed ia fait*"
BO strong discharged.
my and the administrator
could be levied, and thus,greatly re- in iU efflcacr., that I will send TWO Borrixa pare,mtb Witness my name as County Judge of said grazing, timber, general farming,
d. a VALUABLE TREATISE on thin disease to any sufferer county,this aSth day of September,A. D., 1891. and home lands. Send for map showing
who will send me their Express and P.O.address. W.B.OWEN.ioi6m ,
' 'The.Committee.on,! .Good.of,the T. A. Slocnm. HI. C.. 183 Pearl St.. N. V. County Judge. lands.




; & .
RQwE ,.
insure insertion in this column, advertisements itt 1 T
must be accompanied by the money. F} We have some of the finest Frost Proof lake
Advertisements must not exceed fifty words. RI4ER'tAlI3DUDATCOJArlwur.tsse J ; front properties in the wh le State.
in \ lands garden and truck lands
Postage Stamps received payment. : Phosphate: nursery
Count every word including name and address stock and general supplies for plantation
or grove. Can locate a few choice homesteads.
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WANTED-To exchange, one-half interest in PAGE & HAMMOND: ,
and paying wholesale manu oJ i-7-tf Auburndale Fla.
facturing business in northern city, for bearing
orange grove, well located. Can reduce half Terms of Subscription:
interest to 5000. Address OWEN JoNas, D34 Op7n Ai
Caroline street St Louis, Mo. 3-10-41 GARDENING IN FLORIDA For one year...... ..... .................$2 00 i na1.1C r- 'vwQO"

FOR SALE-Beggar Weed Seed in any quan For six months ..... .. ... ...... ......_...100 d c
at aoc. per pound or 2 C. by mail. Also aan IJ) sei
Hallock's Eve bearing Tree Bean 25C. per pint,
*Subscriptions in all cases cash in ad.
postpaid. W. H. SIBLEY, Fairoauks.?Alachua
County Fla. 3-3-3t FREE TO ALL. vance. M

FOR SALE-Very handsome yearling bull, well
Kates of
Advertising on application.REMITTANCE .
: the mother one-half Jersey; great
milker. Box 124 Jackso ville, Fla. 2-25-41 -, a
-- should be made by Check,
WRAPPING should I Awbz
ORANGE now fo1\ del.very next fall. Send for Postal Note Money Order, or Registered Let-

circulars and references to E. II. WARNER,
Palatka, Fla. 2-25-5 ter,to order of y 0weirC
Until April 1st, 1892, I will mall to

registered Berkshire boar furrowed all subscribers remitting $2.00 for p $
by Guinea's dams. W. B CAMPBELL, Winter AND FRUIT GROWER
Haven, Fla. 2-25-4t '"a ''i n
renewal or new subscription,a copy Jacksonville, Fla. Q

FOR SALE-Imperial Strain Brown Leghorns, .,N Q c oa
strain in the State for size and laying of "Whitner's Gardening In Flor- >t
qualities; eggs > for 13$2.oo f.r 30. C. M. H. t1 m

-EYCLESHIMER.- Winter Haven, Fla. 2-25-41- ida." A IAN 1'ianororS4i5OHIS .

BERKSHIRES have for sale a few pair To all who remit $5.00 I will send
pigs from registered stock,
W. B.CAMPBELL, Winter Haven, Fla. 2254. .
this paper and the "World's Colum- _. paid only

BEE-KEEPERS who have not yet receivedmy 110 tI S375.Fortheverysame
should send for it at once by bian Exposition Illustrated," for -- .
sending their address to J. B. LAMONTAGDE: .
Winter park, Fla. 2-25-31 the subscription price of 1'iaco.Neither
one year, cue was wortha
CA! SAVA S to:r D stalks. $1.50 a barrel, f o. b. nickel over$300.
><. H. KITH Lawtey, Fla. 2-25-41 which is $4.OO per annum.C. Ji Insure Yourself

against trl-or
FOR SALE-One and a half miles from Inter- W. DACOSTA, I b11M.ttDrs! paying by bayingjLUDDEH&BATES.SavannaMJa.
bearing orange grove furnished direct L-om
house and everything requi-ite lor a comfortable PUBLISHER.The .
home on the property. Full particulars from E. Clark's Cutaway
A.BROWNE,Greta Grove,Interlachen,Fla 2-25-31 Who hare but Out Prire and that the lmr tt boll'''. I
|Yon en,,'t pay them more than Instruments
|*OR SALE Forty strawberry refrigerators.Address World's Fair. J are actually! worth. They are not built that way. [ HARROWS AND CULTIVATORS.
G. II. ANDERSON, Hibcrnia. Fli.2i84t. Write for Latest SPECIAL OFFEnSe
We have received the last issue of I keep in stock seven styles, cutting in width
from two((2)) to six ((6) feet, at prices from $10.00

POT GROWN- ; Australian PLANTS Silk a specialty Oaks;, Surinam Cattley the World's Columbian Exposition{ to Mi.00. E.Send S HUBBARD fur cata ogue.,Gen. State Agent.
Federal Point.
Guavas etc., also fine lot Bullied Lemons GEO.T. Illustrated the authentic Did you ever receive a letter You can Fla.
KINO, Villa City, Ha. 2-18-41 only organof receive our Roses the same way-by mall,
_.. --- postpaid. The Callforman or the Pennsyl- GRUB AND STUMP PULLER.
FOR SALE Cassava seed stalks $1.50 per the Great Fair. The object of this vanlan can alike enjoy the advantage of i
f. o. b. GRIFFIN & BRADLEY, Maclenny dealing direct at the Rose headquarters of ,
Fla. 2-18-51 publication is to give a complete authentic the world. Success Is universal with our \\EVE have the most practical and powerful Gnlb-
-- bing Machine on earth. Simple in construe-
FOR SALE Whipporwill pees, per bushel, f.o. historical record of the Columbian ON THEIR ion and operation. Will pull a Io-inch tree of
.. $2.00; Conch peas (limited quantity), per ROSES -tump with one horse in 2 to 4 minutes' time.
pound, post paid, 2oc; Chufa seed, per pound, Exposition. It contains OWN ROOTS! gill qo the work of 10 men. With proper care it
post paid, 35C; per peck f. o b., $1.50; pearl 32 pagesof vill last a life time. We have a safety lock, aakeup
millet, per pound post paid. 35C; four pounds, We desire the acquaintance of every on the spool, that saves wearing the rope
$1.25; ten pound, f. o. b.. $z.oo. bend cash with official proceedings, and will give flower lover In America and offer our Rose ut in a short time-one of the principal objec-
order. EXCELSIOR SEED FARM, Keuka, Fla. Guide and Catalogue, free, by way of In Ions to all other machines of this class. We
2-4-tf photographic illustrations printed on Enameled troduction. It mirrors our immense stock, ;uarantee satisfaction to our patrons. Price of
and gives a quarter of a century's special nachine complete P. 0. Sigourney, Iowa,
HORLECONTE, U2: 3 and 4-YEAR OLD,KEIF- paper, of all the Exhibits Buildings flower experience for the asking only. '75 and $85. Agents wanted. Territory for sale.
F HF.R AND CAREER'S HYBRID PEAR Other flowers also. No fancy prices. .Vrite for catalogue.
TREES WR TE TO B. W. PARTRIDGE, MONTICELLO r The Guide without price. Sendyonraddress/
and attractions of the Great Fair.
FLA. il-26-tf <
SALE -One second hand Washingtoi \Rose C" frSttdstHenWlSl GROVEPA./
FOR As a work of Art, containing the most
Press for sale cheap at this office. I8-23-I7t Sigourney, Iowa.

Writ tar rwrtioiilar interesting information, it is invaluableto

COMMERCIAL COLLEGE CF LLXINGTO.V tiE\ nCY(; :; UliIVEfaSl1, KV. all \\ ho wish .to keep up with the THE SOWER HAS Do You Raise Fruitor

mche"award at World's Exposition. times and learn of the International NO SECOND CHANCE.
j Rook-keeping.Buiintf! ,Short-hand.TTJ great Good eene. aye make the molt of the SaL only keep Trees ?
f M'rumZaria Telegraph: iauuu 10U)Siudenu. -
IS teacher. la.odoliradaateetaBullotal.< Btginffov.A&tnu Enterprise.It .
WlUiCll It 6MIT1I, Frcrt; Lexington,Kj. FERRY'SSEEDS ,..

1, .IT.... LAST Ji BEAR like WHOLE will be published semi monthly 1
J v/c.J.K"Q ROOT Trees i see"Fruit and
1L Fruit Trees"-Free. Amer. early in the fall making eighteen
Garden says: !Morel USEFUL to the point. Orange Judd ,
Farmer:Ably written,gives trusty INFORMATION.Cal. hare made and kept Ferry's Seed Business* W
Fruit GNHI'". Barpriilng LOW prices! Apple,Pear.CberyyPlamPRUNE.Peach.Ap'tQatnee.NatOr.Trees..Grafts-, copies for present year. Price, $4 the largest:; in the world-Merit Tells.

BOSE8-everything. NoUrrerttocklnU.8. NoBETTER. postpaid cents a Subscrip- Ferry's Seed Annual for 1892
; 25 copy.
lJoch.aper.STAI K BROS., 71tt St..Louininni.
Mo.-I'OUD4e418 'i;OLDEST IOOO Acres.LARGE! l. tells the whole Seed story-Sent free for the
-- tions taken at this office, where the asking.:; Don't sow Seeds till you get It.

paper can be seen, or send 25 cents D.M.FERRY:CO..PetroitMIch,
I P.O.Box 1071 This Tree W1S Sprayed. This Tree was NOT Sprayed.
You Will Find
for sample copy to There's a difference-in satisfaction and in cash.

B. CAMPBELL ; The "let alone" theory is played out. Insect
enemies are so numerous that the Fruit Grower
the immense collection in seed catalogue
among my
(free to all)-some varieties of reliable vegetablesnot Editor and Publisher, (large or small), must fight or fail. The Spray
to be found in any other native or Pump is his weapon. It will yet be as commonas
foreign. Among :
218 La Salle Street, Chicago, Ills. the plow. When spraying gets to be business,
THE NEW ONION.-AUwhoraiseredonions
should plant the new one, Southport Early Red I t f tk then the best pump for the business is desirable.
Globe; early as Danvers,round a to
inquiry brings one
cropper. My catalogue( free)tells all about it. aa -
ltT/ie Woild's Columbian Exposition Acting Spray Pumps. They excel all othersin
THE NEW pEA-Which is soon to take the _
place of the American Wonder-as early a dwarf ith effectiveness of work. Made in every re
Illustrated and the FLORIDA =
larger peas s and a better cropper. See engraving DISPATCH
in my catalogue.VALUABLE quisite form, to save bushes, vines or plants; in

BOO KS-"Cabbaresand Cauliflower FARMER AND FRUIT.GROWER for one ... iiiii-n ,",U&&I.IU11'A.uMuerg yard, field, or garden. Get a circular and full
;" "Squash Raising;" "Onion aising" information on this timely subject, from
are guaranteed to cure the disease known in
Carrot Marigold Raisin '." No other books will mailed address for.
year to $5.
any Florida Salt-sick. will make animalat
MS They
compare with these for minute instruction to cts. any THE GOULDS MFG. CO.
each; the four for$1.00. Also"Fertilizers"howtomake put on flesh, anti have glossy coat I 11 will ,
and how to use, 40 cts., or all five for $1.2$. C. W. DACOSTA, take but one package to convince you Ask your
Mfrs.\ of &Hydraulic Machinery
Seed Catalogue free.. nerchant for them A sample package will bt Pumps ,

J. J. H. GREGORY & SON. Publisher FLORIDA DISPATCH, FARMER sent you by mail for 35 cts.W. G.Write TILGHMAN to Works, SENECA FALLS, N.Y.

1IABBLEJIEA.D. JULIAS*. AND FRUIT-GROWER Palatka, Fla. Warerooms, 16 Murray Street, N. Y.

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$35.Always ready for QUICK SHIPMENTS of Finest
and Direct to Your Homes.
KEY WEST your On trial horn* -
before From REV.JAS. M. POTTS D.D. editor of Michigan -
pang for. Christian Advocate Detroit.l\lich.: "To say that
we are delighted with the Piano does not express
the fact. We are jubilant. If all your instruments
EAST COAST LINES, The T. >> Son Pianos & Organs are as fine in appearance and as pleasing in tone asBEAVER
FALLS PA this one,your patrons will rise by the hundred."

Extending Southeast, South and South- From PROF. E. H. PECK, Valhermoso Springs, Ala.: "We could not be pleased better with M
the,casing ortone;quick in response and melodious. In short we are highly pleased with the organ."
west from Jacksonville, cover over one From B. D. GRIGGS,Adairsville, Ga.: "I am well pleased with the organ in every respect. It is
thousand miles of tropical country, and all you claim it to be."
From Y. M. C.A., per J. G. COOLEY Hillsboro, N. C.: "The organ gives entire satisfaction.
reach all prominent winter and summer Every one who has seen it is very much pleased with the instrument and the price on the same."
Florida From BEN. F. STEELE, Prescot. Ark.: "My well pleased In every respect with the
pleasure resorts of : organ. How you sell them so cheap is a wonder."

The East Coast,

The Great Lake Region, jNGQUTFITSpERFECTIONiet. -THE-

Fields BA Florida Centra! & peqinsularI
The Phosphate S. Late.tlmproveJ .ineupvau our Perteei..rdcetpire
Pompi ttir the liquid automatically and will iprmy 10O Tree Per Hour.i
make U,Little Gem and femrfleld Knapuek S and the VermorcU hoe I
The Pineapple Fields, _, .priy BOHI,moit We eell I Snlpbate of Cop *r,Paris Green aid London Pnrple.t wholesale price.. CataWm frM..wrli
The Orange GrovesAND .d4ft.p1a1R11,|{m.MutT.FIELD FORCE PUMP CO.lle Bristol >LOCKFOKTI .y, The FIDl'ldllJ1unk LiqcBHORjllHE

; The Fruit and Vegetable TO

Sections. In addition to its long-establisbed conneo-
I 1 tions with the North by

River Junction, Live Oak,Callahan Jack
TRAINS sonville and Fernandina
Has this season re-opened

Coal, Hay, Grain, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. flje ffcomasville f and Blonticella Roiti.

Tn connection with the S., F.& W. R. R.;the
The TPOPICaTTFIIIIkLife JACI SONVILLE9 13 LA. Alabama Midland and the L.& N.and the lines
leading from Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City
and the North and West.
PRICE LIST OF WHISKEY. -- Cars from Cincinnati to
the latest r-
lines with
These are equipped Parker....................................$1 75 J.Martin Rye..............:...........$3 OO Jacksonville and Tampa.
improved modem appliances for thesafety Orange Valley........................... 2 00 Virginia Glades ........................ .4 00 Pullman all Modern.
Spring Valley...... ..................... 2 5O Old Bourbon ............ ............... 5 00 Fast Schedule Sleeper
and comfort of passengers. North Carolina Corn................... 2 5O Kentucky Sour Marsh .... ............ 5 00 Railway Improvement
Clifton Club ............ ............... Old Baker ................... ......... 5 00
Our patrons call them the Montrose Velvet................ 86 00 The Florida Central I Peninstllar> RIR.

Jugs Extra: One gallon, sac; two gallon,soc.; three gallon,.7sc. Remit by post office money is the greatest artery of travel through the
FINEST IN FLORIDA. order,check,or registered letter. We cannot ship C.O. D. to dry towns.A finest parts of Florida traversing twenty-four
complete pnce list of Groceries, and Wine List, sent free on application. counties Gadsdenjefferson, DuvaJ Alachua
Lake Leon Suwannee Nassau Levy Orange,
Trains Leave Jacksonville via J., JOHN CLARK, SON & CO. Hillsborough, Wakul1a.. ColumbIa. Clay,
Marion Polk Manatee Madison Baker Bradford -
T. &; K. W.: ,Sumter. Hernando and DeStoto-in;::; their
richest portion. It runs through the Middle
8:30 a.m. daily,except Sunday; 1250: p.m. 1892. For Over Thirty Years Flonda Region of Hill Country where are

daily; 4:20() p.m. daily, except Sunday; we have always had very: pleasant dealings together, the the fine oldFarming
8:00: p.m. daily, except Sunday. public and myself and 1 again have the pleasure of .Land and the Veto Tobacco
presenting to them my Annual Vegetable and I Farm
Arrive 7:30 am., 8:00 a.m., 12:55 PJIL, Flower Seed Catalogue. It contains! the usual (reached by no other line), some of them con-
immense variety of seed,with such new kinds added
ducted on a large scale. Here are Quincy,
7:40 have be real 1 acquisitions. Raising
proved to
pan.Trains ,as many Madison
I Tallahassee (the capital),Monticello.
of these varieties myself, on my four seed farms,
Jacksonville via East and testing others, I am able to warrant their fresh and other towns, from whose comfortable,
Leave cess and purity! .under such reasonable conditions as are con- ample dwellings reposing in a fertile country -
Coast Lines: tamed in my Catalogue. Having been their original Intraducer..I is coming a renewed energy to employ
... am headquarters for choice Cory: Corn: ,Miller Melon the resources lavished about them. StretchIng -
Eclipse Hubbard Squash.Deep head Au Seasons and J
neet. down through
; 8:25 fun. daily, 1:00) p.m. daily, except Warren ;!
Sunday; 4:05 p.m. da ly.I '1892. J. Y. H. agEUUILY CatalogueMarblehead! Mass Ttie Peach Country
of Baker Bradford Alachua and Levy counties -

,I Arrive 9:30: a.m.,12:25< pan., 6:40: pjn. through the prosperous
I NURSERIES OF THE Strawberry farm

INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS LEAVE of Lawtey, Starke and Waldo, perhaps superior
TITUSVILLEFor In profit to the orange grove-l goes
Milwaukee-Florida Orange Co. through the heart of the State penetrating
some of the finest groves one having. I
Melbourne Sunday
daily, except .
Selected strains of Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruit Trees a 8p-clalty 70,000 full-bearing Orange Trees,
3:00: a.m. 3:45 ) ; Rockledge, 9:00 a.m.,
\ BuJdlng-Wood for sale at all times.ur passing for nearly a mile between- 7:00 p.m. Arrive Melbourne, 1:00 p.m., making its way southward to the Gulf,and to
leave Melbourne stock 'Js large complete. PROMPT ATTENTION TO CORR POND"NCE. Fo
12 midnight. Returning, the more tropical portions of the State. In
1:20 p.m., 1230 a.m.; Rockledge 4:50 p.m., Catalogue and Price-List, address, all portions of the State it reaches points of

: 8:00 ajn. Arrive Titusville 8:00 p.m., A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla. Scenic.Inter .t.
12 noon. Wakulla Springs in the West the Suwannee -
River as beautiful and romantic as it is !
: Leave Rockledge for Jupiter daily, except K.T.PAIWK. .J. OVKRTON PAINE famous Solver Springs, in the lake region
and the lakes themselves, with their surroundings -
Sunday, 8:30 a.m., arrive Jupiter following THE PAINE FERTILIZER COMPANY $ of rolling land with
day 3:30 fun. Returning, leave pleasant homes in green groves,sloping downto
Jupiter daily, except Sunday, 9:30: a.m. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. the clear lake fronts. By means of this
reach the
: Arrive Rockledge following day,3:30 a.m., Office 60 West Bay Street, Warehouses and Wharves at the terminus of the F. C.& P. R. R. road you can most and readily flatting Ground
St.Johns River, East Jacksonville. Hunting
i f 'Steamer "ST.AUGUSTINE The settler will find on the line of this roada
Manufacturers of Commercial Fertilizers. greater opportunity for a varied selection
ORMOND of land than on any other road in the State-

Wholesale dealers In and Importers of all kinds of Agricultural Chemicals. from lightest soils to those underlaid with
; 9:00: ajn.Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays clay and marl and of richest hammock-
and Bend us your name and we will mall you from tlm t> ttrnA much general Information whether for regular mixed fanning,stock or
for Rockledge, way landings.Returning regarding successful onunr*n-*<\ voe tahiA ltnr< In 'k"inrl l + dairy farming peach or strawberry culture,
: leaves Rockledge 8:00 a.m. orange groves and vegetable gardens.The .
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.I tourist will be gratified with its scenery.
r The health-seeker on Its ample route can find
Connections are made at Jupiter with New Planet i Jr Tools some spot adapted to his wants. On the hard
I clay roads of Middle Florida the horseman
t trains of J. & L.W. Railway for all points I will ride with speed and satisfaction and the

on Lake Worth. Florida Central and Peninsular is the

] Among other things TWO NEW GARDEN DRILLS. One sows eitherIN Sportsman' Route.
For schedules, maps, etc., call on local SOWS FERTILIZERS EITHER NOTE.-Passengers from Northern connections -
in addition
DRILLS OR HILLS, the other having tickets over the Florida Central
the General
\ agents, or address Passenger ABOVE OR BELOW THE SEED. t and Peninsular to points in South Florida

( :Agent. Great improvements too in "PLANET JR." COMBINED SEED DRILL AND .o have the over privilege the Company!of being s taken line and into alloweda Jacksonville -

I :K. B. CABLE, W. L. CRAWFORD. WHEEL HOE, in the DOUBLE AND SINGLE WHEEL HOES and marked stop-over within the going limits of the

General Manager.. Supt.East Coast Line. changes in HORSE HOES AND CULTIVATORS. ticket with return to their route for destination of-
: free of extra charge. Send for map
;f Jn. T.&K. W.Sjttexn. St.AUiUt1neJi"la.: The fine NEW TOOLS offered in 1891 are made still more attractive for 1892. Florida,mailed tree.
D. ACKERLY.i O.AoDONELL.?. P.A.Jacksonville.

i General Passenger Agent good as now made. It is impossible to undertake any satisfactory description here. N.S.PENNINOTON: Traffic)!anager.

) .: J&OkIonT1l1..1'1&. &. L. ALLEN & CO., HOT Market St., Philadelphia Pa D.E.MAiWELL, General Manager




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Th e. Bells, -ie Mining: Oomj: >an.y's: : Greeting: -

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To.the Orange Growers and Market Gardeners of Florida: ';' .
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"* "*. We produce the Leading Phosphate of the world. It is the cheapest. It is the best. It is a quick, vigorous fertilizer.- It increases the croPs.. ** ',:* *.,.v. .

Analysis by eminent chemists show that it contains over 50 per cent of bone phosphate of lime that is available at once in soil water, the balance, 20 to 30 pe-
cent, becomes gradually available. Experts certify to its having value as plant food, green as it comes from the mine, of over $25 per ton as compared with commercial
acidulated fertilizers, and no danger in its use. The analysis of our Soft Phosphate, as given by Serge Malyvan, of Ocala, is as follows:

Insoluble Silicate and 6IPhO'phoricAcid.1 ......................... 27.63 I Oxide of Iron ..... .. I Magnesia and Soda .... 6.59
Carbonate Lime 4.56 1 Equivalent to Bone Phosphate Lime..6o.7o I| Aluminum 2.07 |( \ 6.55

He says your Soft Phosphate, referring to the Belleview Soft Phosphate, will be soluble, by gradual steep, under influence of rain water, provided it is per-
fectly burnt and pulverized in fine powder.
Serge :Maly van says that after analyzing samples of Soft Phosphate from different mines throughout the State, that the only soluble Soft Phosphate is con-
tained in an area of about six miles at and around Belleview.
The Belleview Soft Phosphate is especially good for peach, pear and orange trees, grape vines.and strawberries. and for cotton and cornit: has no equal.
The analysis of our Soft Phosphate shows that every element it contains is absolutely essential as plant food, and every intelligent man will see the importanceof
buying plant food at so little cost per ton. -
More About Soft Phosphate. i rowed this in. I d4?J not measure the yield only gives them their dark green color? Certainly cation have just commenced to Mr. Mc
The following in regard to soft phosphate is I! in my cart as I gathered it. I got as much corn nothingin the soil,as itispoorpine land. Neitheris Master of the firm of McMaster& Miler,of San
taken from the Gainesville: .1 I from the sixteen rows that hid: soft phosphate on it good cultivation. Chemistry teaches that I, Mateo,visited my grove a few days since and expressed -
That soft phosphate is rapidly gaining favor | it as I did from the next thirty rows. The corn orange trees require potash phosphoric acid and himself as being very much astonishedat
with tfie fruit and vegetable growers there is no did not dry up any for want of rain, as the rest of lime. and the pine lands of Florida require humus.In the growth of the trees when the soft phos
ort cil d ubt. Those who have given it a test unhesitatingly I the crop did. I am well pleased and will use itthis"Year muck and phosphate we have all but the phate had been applied. If you will remembet
speak of it in the most complimentary on all my crops." potash. This added gives us a perfect fertilizer, the first shipment of Phosphate was made less
terms. Mr. George Saxon, writing from and yet there are men who tell us that it will not than sixty days since, and until the last few days
' do, that the raw materials must be manipulatedby we have had very little rain.
Tallahassee, : .
The soft phosphate says referred tom in the granulated Soft Phosphate.Mr the chemist,and refined product fed to our I am fully convinced that one ton of the Belle-
article, containing the elements of ground bone Sutton, one of our Alliance ex-editors, trees. What nonsensel! I don't believe any such view Soft Phosphate has greater value as a plant
and 50 per cent phosphate lime(bone phos- writes as follows to the Florida Agriculturist on a laws entered into the Divine plan of Nature.- food than a ton of any Fertilizer that has ever
phate)crude as it conies from the mine. This matter of much interest to our farmers: Phosphate Field. been brought into the(state,and I would warmly
soft phosphate was put upon cotton last year "Now Mr. Editor, I am the same crank still, Mr. Sutton has since ordered thirty-five tons to recommend its use to the orange growers in the
alongside of cotton seed as fertilizers,and the re- only more KO,on the subject of muck, soft phosphate put on his groves adjoining Welshton. State. Yours truly,
sult wa fully or more than doublet in yield of and home-made fertilizers and, like the D. GREENLEAF.
cotton over the cotton seed,while it gave four fellow who killed the rattle snake, I have the
times the yield over the same land without any I rattles to show. My trees are loot ing better according JACKSONVILLE, FLA., June 12, \8<)1.
fertilizer. Rev. T. W Moore of Leesburg looked to age than adjacent groves upon which C. D. SMITH, President Belleview Phosphate Co., CEDAR KEYS, FLA. Dec.21, 18<)1.
at this crop while in full fruitage and he said that commercial fertilizers have been ustd. Muck. Jacksonville, Florida: C. B. Smith, President Belleview Mining Com-
At that time that the cotton fertilized by this soft lime, soft phosphate,stable manure and potash DEAR SIR-Enclosed please find my order for pany:
phosphate had three times more fruit on it than will do me to mat e a grove with, and 1 don't two more cars of Soft Phosphate. I have used DEAR SIR-Yours of 17th received. It givesm
that fertilized with cotton seed. Thinking this thinK I will come in behind in the race with the seventy-five tons of this Phosphate, and have ,pleasure to state that 1 have used nothing but
estimate may have been a little high I put it as chemical fertilizer men either. noticed with much interest its effect on my orange the Belleview Soft Phosphate on my grove the
above,but I am free to admit that be is a better "Any one having any doubts as to the solubilityof trees. The first car load I applied to somethingover past year, and I have been more than satisfied
judge of such matters than I am." soft phosphate would have these doubts removed five hundred trees, and the results have been with the results. The trees are looking as wellas
J. T. Smith, writing from Levy county,says:"I by visiting a small grove in Welshton simply marvelous. The adjoining five hundred they have ever looked even when I used ex
put soft phosphate on sixteen rows of corn last which has had no other fertilizer in the past two trees received no fertilizing,and the difference pensive fertilizers. Many persons have heard of
spring in about a four acre field of corn,on about an years than phosphate. It has not had any cultivation between the two fields is something wonderful. my experiment, and you phosphate has ad-
average quality of the land. I broadcasted the I this season,and yet it is holding its own On one side every tree has started with a vigorous vanced m their estimation.Very .
soft phosphate ov the land,after breaking it up with well-worked end fertilized groves If not growth. The finest foliage that I have ever seenin truly yours
well,at about two tons per acre. Then I har- soluble what makes these trees grow; what 0 a grove. The trees which received no appli- REV. F. R. HOLMIN.

"VVe offer this Phosphate at prices so low that it is in reach of every orange grower and gardener. Prices F. O. B. cars at Belleview, Florida :

Per ton, UxxcLrlocl, iro.: 3u11
Per ton, Dried, ixo., >*6.OO
Per ton, Burnt, Gro"t..1.r1.c1 unc1 Sa.o1 ed., $8.00
Put up in 200-pound sacks. Orders for l less than one ton, 50 cents per ton extra. Terms, cash with order. Send orders, and apply for further particulars. ,

testimonials, freights, etc., to .
C. B. SMITH, President and General Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.



-A SURE CURE i 'ort- jS +

Leaves St. Augustine daily at 8:10: a. m.; Jacksonville,
9:50: a.m.jarrives; Macon,3j5p.m.; Atlantaio:4Op.m.; l\t.a1 De.: GOO1 .

Chattanooga, 4:00: a.m.; Cincinnati, 5:50 p.m.

*. NO EXTRA PARES. .- ...__
of his System, arrive Be sure your Tickets read by East Tennessee '.
lat'and depart fromUnlonDepotAtlan1a.

: and Queen and Crescent Lines.-*-
-F. M. JOLLY District Passenger Agent, Astor Block, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.- ,

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| iVE oney 1n ifhespendsanhouronarowofonions 5 Ily Buying theFEUTILIZEUS that are Manufactured by the OLD KSTAIILISIIKD
: which the "Planet Jr." Wheel HoeFarming 5=
would do better in six minutes. Not if 5 l!
f:: 1- ? he takes half an hour to "set" his old 5 I

cultivator, when he could change a S
5 "Planet Jr." without stopping his horse. Not if he wastes his seed in :5 ; L. DARLING FERTILIZER.

7 sowing thick, and then his time in thinning, when he might save both S ..
= with the new Hill-Dropping Drill. Money lies in raising double =f fS ", :
the stuff at half the cost. It can be done. S j .
:: The Planet Jr." Catalogue costs nothing. Doing without it Is expensive.: OF PAWTUCKET, R. I.
5 Write for the latest-there are new tools. 5E

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; GAHIE ILLUSTRATED"( Orange Vegetable and Pineapple Growers of Florida.
}tor 1892 is a beautiful book of one hundred pages,elegantly printed
with true Photo-Engravings Colored Plates and plain, reasonable
descriptions of all subjects indicated by its name. It is a Mirror of
American Horticulture to date refueling the very complete supplyof Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Florida.
Seeds, Plants and Flowers of our Stores and Greenhouses.

49- IT TKLIS TillVIIOLJ3 STORY -c3; O. B. WEEKS, State Agent,

tor the Garden Lawn and Farm with additions to date:
For 240. (12 2-cent stamps) we mail one bulb each Jacobian Scarlet No.
I.'lvand new Tuberous Begonia Our BOOK with each of these offers 8 Bostwick Block.,
For 4Oc.we mail one plant Grand Chrysanthemum Waban. (see cut)
the sensation of this season's flower shows, mammoth pink flowers ten Catalogue describing our Fertilizers, with prices .and testimonials,,.sent. .free. ..
WAOAN cHftYSANTiicxu. inches! in diameter' MPNTION THIS! PAPER. WRITE Now
VAUGHAN'S SEED STORE WashingtonStt. CHICAGO. upon application.

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. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are ap-

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

'. both ways :

From New York. From Jacksonville,
. (Pier 29. K. R.) STEAMER Florida.

. Wednesday b. 24th,at 3 P. M........"IROQUOIS,".......Tuesday, Mar. ist! at 6:00: A. M
I: Friday. Feb. a6ih, at 3 P. M...... ", Mar. 3d. at 8ooA. M
i, Monday. Feb. 29th at 3 r. M...... "ALGONQUIN."........uuday, Mar. 6th, at 10:30: A. M
Wednesday Mar. 3 P. M "CHEROKEE,".....Tuesday Mar. 8th. at 12:30 P. M
I Friday. Mar. 4th,at 3 P. M..... "SEMIXOLE."......Thursday, Mar. loth at 2:00P.M
! Monday Mar. 7th. at 3 P. )1....... "IKOQUOIA.umby, Mar I3th at 4 30 A. M
: '\' I1 y.l\Iar. 9th at 3 P M......."YEMAbSEh..: ".......Tuesday, !Mar. 15th at 6:00: A. M ,
Friday Mar. 3 "* K...... ALGONQUIN..Thursday Mar. i/th. at 7:00 A. M
IoloUlay.Iar.! 14th. at 3 P. U..CHEROKEE," ....Sunday Mar. 2oth at 9:30 A. M
'V! 3 P. )(......."SKtiiINtLI.Tuesday:: :' ; Mar. lid, at JIOOA.M
FridaMar.. 3 P. M........"IROQUOIS.". .....Thursday Mar. 24th at too: p. M
t Monday. >Mar. 2i>t, at 3 P. M.... .." -MASeEE." .....Mmday, Mar. 27th, at 4.00 A.M
J Wednesday, Mar. 23d. at 3 P. M......"ALGONQUIN." .....Tuesday.. Mar. 29th at 5:00: A. M
Friday. Mar. 25ih. at 3 p. M:......."CHEKOKEE.: ".....Thursday, Mar. 3ist at 7:00: A. MMonday.
Mar. aSth, at 3 I'. M......." SEMINOLE........Sunday, Apr 3rd at 9:30: A. M .
Wednesday, Mar. 3oth, at 3 P. M..... "IKOQUOIS," Tuesday Apr. 5th, at 11:30: A. M steamer Gr.IS
: JOhn: Christopher


Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Thursday, February 25,at 3 p. m. Thursday March 3, at 8 a.m.

Thin steamship has betn built enpeeially for carrying Fruit and 1'eyetables, and itperfectly
St. Johns River. ventilated. Time between Jafkxonrille and Xetr York 73 I,011 rll. ,


o The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers Agent,Jacksonville. Agent, New York" Gcn'l Man'r,Jacksonville
! Pier 49, East River. -



::1 FRED'K: DeBARY," Time 53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and

CAPT. T. W. LUND, JR., between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours.

Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville, daily except Saturday, at 3:30 p. m, and from Sanford
daily except Sunday, at 9 a. w.60UTllnOU .
I Leave.. 3:30: p. )t.Jacksonville! 11:45 p. M
I 8:00 P. M. :a.... 7:00 p. M
Pa.ssa.& e Ra.tesl:
, : 1.30 A. M.. .\* 2:00: P.M
..' 2.45=: A. M. Francis..................:. 12:45 p. M
1 A. M..n Between Jacksonville and New York: First-class! 525.60; Intermediate, $19.00; Excursion $43.30Steerage
5:00 r
11:45: A. i*
.. ,$12.50.
, 6:oo A. M.- :". 11:00: A. M
J Arrive Saw A. M.San ford. 9:00: A. M Jacksonville! and Boston : Cabin. $27.00; Intermediate $21.00; Excursion $47.30; Steerage, $14.23
. 9:15: A. M.... .......................Enterprise.............................. 9:30:; A. M The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:

General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville.F. FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.

M. IRONMONGER, Jr.. Florida Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. [Central or 90Meridian Tim .]
W. F. OGDEN FAY Traveling: Passenger Agent,5 Bowling Green, New York. >t>.. W March 2d,8.ooa.tB
J. O. PELOT Freight Agent,on wharf foot of Hogtn Street,Jacksonville. Fla. Kansas March 4th 9.30 a.mChattahoochee
I JOHN L. 1I0\V AUn. Fl .rida Freight Agent foot Laura Street,Jacksonville, Fla. March 5t h. 1030 a.raNacoorhee
. J. A. LESLIE. Superintendent, foot Laura Street Jacksonville. Fla. \ March 7th i.oop.m
1 MARSHALL II. CLYDE Assistant! Traffic Manager,5 Bowling Green, New York. City of Birmingham,: .............................................Wednesday, March 9th,2 00 a.ra
, TIIEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager, 5 Bowling Green, New York. City Augusta,: ......Friday, March 11th.4.30 p.m
I Tallahassee.......... March I2th,5oop.m
WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents, Kansas \( Marsh I4th 6.00 p.m
!' March 16th,7.00 a.ra
i Nacoochee... ,March iSth 8.00
12 South Wharves a.m
Philadelphia. 5 Bowling: Green New York. City of IJlrmlnghain.. ... ........... ........Saturday,March 19th.9.30 a.ra
City Augusta.. .. Monday March 2ist, Io.3oa.m
Tallahassee.:.Wednesday. March 23d. 12.308.m
I tansas .."i. tay. March 25th.3.00 p.m
; t hattahoochee .' Suturday March 26th, 4.00 p.m
Le&f Blight of Pwa. SPRAYIXC Tacoochee.Monday I March 2Sth,530p.ra
' Ql SryODd Hot.,Plum GorcnliA Apples.praTentod' b des CAUCLOIUll CVpClOinft OUTFIT :'ity of Itirmlngham,: ....Wednesday, March 3oth,6.3oa.m


, I I ..insects.... Uottoiu Fruits mailed irtce tree.. Addreaa Large WiU.stock STA11L of Fruit i ,Tree.,Vine r late ................ ..................Thursday. March 3d 8.30 a.m
at qoincTf ill* City Macon .....................Thursday,March loth.4.00 p.m
) Gate City.................;. ..........................Thursday, March I7th, 7.30 a.m
City of : March 24th 2.00 p.m
ESTA.DLIIIED 1 71S.IV Gate City...........................................................Thursday, March 31St, 7.30 a.m


l '- ZL.J.Z.4.n: : : ..4.. EJCCFl.3. ( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.)
Dessoug,: ... March 3d 8.30....
" WHOLE Degnoug; ... Sunday March: I3th,5,00 a.m
ALE Dessoug...............................Wednesday March 23d, i.oo p.m

i Grain, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers THESE PALACE STEAMERS,

Connecting with the Savannali. Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line),offer to the
J 20 WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLAX Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line.
Through Ticket and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North Hast and Northwest rU
Savannah. For information and rooms apply to '
77 West Bay Street,Jacksonville. 77 West Boay Street.]acbonYiUe.R. .
.L. WALK .R. Agent C. G.ANDF.RSON.Agent.
Hay Corn Oats Flour BranWheat Grits Meal New Pier No.35. North River. New York. City Exchange Building, Savannah,C..
RICHARDSON & BARNARD. Agents, Lewis' Wharf, Boston.W. .
JAMES. Agent. 13 *.Third Street Philadelphia.J. .
COTTON SEED MEAL, Both Bright and Dark. >. IIA HAGKN, Eastern Agent, Sav., Fla. &Western! Ry.Co., 261 Broadwa
G.M.SORRE'-, !Manager. W.E.ARNOLD,Gen.Tray.Agt.,Jacksonville, Fla.
For Tickets apply to S., F. &W.Railway office.

!I J. E. Tygert fc Co.'s A you need stationery of any kindpaperpens
A NITRATE. SODA DO and ink? If so.send to DaCosta Printing ALE SICKly(
and Publishing! House_Jacksonville FlaW '_
i Star Brand fertilizers I

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rtstng "" "* PPUESA7llfind.Wattr
Orange and Vegetable E .WiJtd4SUamJcll'Encjchptdla S5e. ubiect to SPASMS are moot likelr troubled -Ith
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These Fertilizer have no superior in tae market and.a trial will convince ELM STREET.DALLAS.TEXAS. f II C tari.7 that,b- nttJAJ.&1'8 ca.UoaI



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;Blood and Bone, Chicago Dark Bone and Meal Bright, Cotton Seed Meal
Pure Fine Ground Bone, Stems
Tobacco : ,
'4.a{ Animal: Bone and Potash, Canada Hardwood Ashes,

Blood Bone and Potash, of Potash &c.
'. Sulr>hate ,
Pulverized Animal: Bone,

,:, Fruit an.d.v"in..e.: E3earl.n.g: : : Trees.
i ou.n.grrees.: .
Orange: Tire JJ'oocaL,
Vegetable and Potato ::-rower.

, GEO. E. WILSON, 50 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.


V. in the future it will only be necessary to export good quality and
As Florida oranges are now a staple fruit in the English markets, to obtain profitable
condition in the foreign markets. that the demand is now so large that SOOOboxes
land in good_ of the Liverpool
oranges in ,
best and most reliable fruit firms England say
of the largest,
&Crouch, one
Smith arrival.s .
,' Messrs. could be handled up to January 1st, with satisfactory results if the fruit is sound on knowledge of the carrying ability of steamers enablesme "
weekly, ot fruit from England, my
one of the largest exporters of apples in New York and as a large importer
the best to ship by. also further reasons why shippers should send through me.
to London
house in are
Representing the best firms in Liverpool and Glasgow, and having my own examination it is in condition to forward,I will have the same placed on the
can consign their fruit to me to New York. on either turn the lot over to any New York
shippers will
oranges ,
In order to export If not sound enough to export
to shipper.
f evidence of shipment
send Bill of Lading as
'best and fastest steamer,and a .
designate, or sell it myself at auction. in twelve days after sailing. A check covering about the
the owner may in New York
fi f m of sales is received in
that a cable report have the proceeds
in Liverpool, to
The best steamers land their cargoes from date of shipment from Florida it is thus possible
the shipper, by me. In twenty days
a i,untof the proceeds is then sent on account .

the hands of the the following facts: and are sour; the earliest possible shipments pay.
i. Please shipped
150's and 176's. No matter if oranges are green than December
much later
as York
112's-l26's, bring as
Large sizes of oranges Oranges, always bring the highest prices, being the only kind in the market. Oranges must not be shipped from
Dead: Green the holidays until March 1st.Advances draw me with Bills of Lading attached.
demand after authorized to on
is such
lit. There no and are
such as need money,
of 75c. per box on your fruit will be made to shippers,
Further particulars and stencils will be furnished by E. L. GOODSELL, No.. 103 Park Place,

or No. 15 Philpot Lane, London, Eng.FERTILIZERS J .

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Uniform good\ results. In every mCt
the very best hieh-grade Fertilizer I ever
used"- J. B. Wyatt, Supt. Fair Oaks
U'J Groves, Maaatoc, FJ*.

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7EGETABLES GROW in 60 to 90 days,

V and as a rule, do best on a manure that

r is available and about ready to nourish.

Bowker's Vegetable Grower is a special fertilizer,

made to produce a vigorous healthy growth, and

r t is composed of chemicals especially adapted to

'. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST. Quality Never Varies. 29 jean'actual test in the Field proves them tote vegetables, which feed this class of crops in a
The purity of the component materials and Unscientific ac'ewacy which withstands .
raising large crops. growth
niequalled for a healthy
make Bradleya Fertilizer the most perfect well as the mosteconomical manner to produce
::.' : with: which plant-food they are the orange or vegetable grower can use. Send for beautifully illustrated disease and matures early. For sound,

pamphlet. delicious vegetables of good shipping quality, use

BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO., 27 Kilby St., Boston.{719ReynoU'st-AUGUSTA,GA. the BOWKER Fertilizers.Send .

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made with our RIVAL CORN by Mr. Drake,
of Marlborough County. S. C. We have improved -
PIANOS. our corn 24 years. We guarantee it to
.. make one-fourth! more than any corn in America
Shells pound of corn per ear. Pure whit-9int
UNEQUALLED IN grains nearly an inch long Mature in 100 days.
We want a good man in each section to sell it

Tone Tout Workmanship Durability this spring.printed We matter pay with well.your Good address samples 35 and cts.Wegwe'too.oo your old family Bibles; make them as
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and 24 East Baltimore Btre t. PATENTS D.C. No aU)'.fee untU Patent ob-
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New York, 148 Fifth Ave. 3i8ow OrangeburgS C. I
Washington, 817 Market Space.

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