Florida farmer & fruit grower

Material Information

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:
October 27, 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
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by:
Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen


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BLAKE & RIPL'EYT; -, New Peaches Nflps'., :JW.anted,1, Pr i p.s nW er d..' FAIR AND SQUAREPRINTED '"

AGENTS I "'b 'iv a11L TuB

Price Catalogues of weekly sales furnish.( .Pmt up in,packages. of 1,000;every sheet numbered
-- 'of'alffctmlris'larger ever before;; to .
on leatl D. --- ---- Our supply of Nursery Stock consecutively I 1,000.IilERS
and Includes all the Standard Sans and many.yaluabl t Good Work. Full Count.
O.W.BARNETT. J. H.BAIUfCTlESTABLISHED tions. Correspondence solicited rjjm all ho are 'in m .
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BRO's4'Wholesale i I E U.LT 'Ta..E r .Ar'iY" ,.
BARNETT 31 Montgomery St.,Jersey City,N.J.

Commission Our new illustrated\catalogueTof' se. s r.N.:irr89ree on, SpplicatiodC, .-:. .)Address,

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Prompt. returns,, Stencils on application... 0 JflCI SOriVmnH, Flifl' fnaTIRRIGATING .
South Water Street, Chicago. I ; ;
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PttfcMER: 'JtlVJENBtJRG & CO.,, ..S5'i { ,

U .'! Q.SUCCESSORS S.-P A L M TO ER'. i J Crop or 1892 will De 1 Readu for DellYertf'bctelfiFSO' I( L'J i '

166 Read Street,New York. j ,! -*? MACHINED

SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY.Oranges If you want the genuine Teneriffe stock pura-an cfflH5 i\fftIJ\ \ r. ,
and all other
lemons Pineapples
Fruits and* early truck, also dried fruits,nuts,, send to us Tests show a [gepminatjTojjof ;,)2 9d rlgU01 it ,, ; BOTH .1 grij .
remitted for. Sten.dlslfimarkets 94 per cent. v. a;
furnished free.References 'Both varieties, white and.pale red, S cents per packet; half ounce. is, ents; ounce.,2 cepfc;;, -Steam and Horse Pof rjj
: and banks: Bra of streets the South.,and established merchaflts quarter pound, 85 cents;pound, $3.00,post paid. ') f7. ?
4fT > H. G. HASTINGS >,.iINTERMCHBN :> : : 'J'io'tI
RLA- Pipe? Pipe Fitting, BrSd1

AMERICAN EXOTIC NURSERIES Send for our 40 page Illustrated Catalogue. tn': ,n'I"m; gt.BOONE'S ; . lliwj.SOo
V Valve Hose Etc.
Nm, Bare and Elegant riant of. Erery, , ?
.tiC, 7 Description J
Palms Orchids Cadi and BamboosShade "r: ti! 919f 1 11 WfilTE: FOR ESTlrYIATES. ..
skin but
The earliest desirable Orange known; very delicious,highly flavored,well shaped,thin ,
and ornameatal trees and shrubs for South Ititle pulp or_rag, full of juice and almost seedless. *. <;*!0 ffiG3 era lawns and gardens Choice exotic plantsfor n1rRUIT
the greenhouse or conservatory. TREES AI NR, BUDS NOW ON SALE. TREES :
all threading varieties,budded from bearing I also hare. a fine. assortment i of other choice Budded. Orange and Grapefruit Trees at LIVING FOR ",'
and .
on our own grounds guaranteed --- SOUTHERN
true tmame7 PRICRS. ORCHARD5T" '

All rBiflk.the Our New 88 page and Illustrated Desirable and Descriptive Tropical C. A. BOOflE, Agent, -qjOflando, plaORIGINAL -1..Wkfi f.< Catalogue and price list. -
Catfi&ue for 1892 tells all about these things,and iJfetfNINGS' NURSERY CO. ....
to sem free to applicants. Address 4 4'UJ h ,
.... Sf aR Thomasvllle, Ga. "
R. D. HOYT, Manager .1 HEA:1JAFERS.: *
Ii "_Seven Oaks,''Fla.A. ;; 7
WM. B, SCHRADERA t P'bTrare as well as old Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Plantsand Trees.
gmWJfcryjJrtffes; ,Palms,Ferns7AqnatfcsH esnrjfnBanC>oo8,'etc;etC;;
BREEDER IDP: I. 6t L3k&fcljkhipp4Kerywliere..... ..Vj LL U, ... U-ii... GAZING NOZZLE

CATTLE J: Nurseries established 1883. ,
GRADE JERSEY 0 en" tsi; 'for neW and fun catat gu r.which tells all about this subject. Allows cows and horses to graze and prevent
o ._1 browing. Price, $say at factory,post paid$x.j9.
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sealed in 8-lb. cans. Being gto"Wid'18 : Onln WrRn Ma thIMark! : fisted We solidt conrijmmenU ttl&'
readily mixed with soft food, and' fed so as to Uu1 101Th,is"i"t.., JUIW baJS n;: ping' .. 1 ., tnat find. Vegetables. We can Ytt A 1br'
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pi t.iair rVU-ae.fUz/: put them in before beginning to ship the crop* no ts, ocr.produce as any
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Ii' That can be made for the purpose. It will kill the insects without injuring the trees. '1

r. Spraying Outfits in great variety at Manufacturers' prices. Bangor, Pine and Gum Orange Boxsides.Dry J

; Pine Box-heads. Dressed and Square-cut Birch and Mixed Hoops. J
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Is the most effective compound yet discovered for destroying the insects infesting the orange tree, and is a sovereign,

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:c: nature, it can be handled with perfect safety to the person, and applied to the trees at any stage 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 hat

given perfect satisfaction. References furnished on application.For .

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

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

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 the solution should not happen to touch them. In using the

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

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

ti will also kill the other insects that may be moving on the trees. ;

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

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

Spraying. Apparatus furnished to our customers at cost. .

-. : : McMASTER & MILLER, San Mateo and Citra, Fla.
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The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.

; The attention of shippers directed to the Plant S. S.Line between Havana Key West and Tampa and South Florida between Tampa and Sanford;S., P.&W.Ry.between Jacksonville
". Gainesville Bainbridge River Junction and Savannah;Savannah and Charleston and Ocean Steamship Line between Savanna.Philadelphia Boston and New York and Merchant and MinenTransportation
.i Company between'Savannah: and Baltimore. The best equipped !fastest and most- prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest.

Receivers and Shippers Will Profit by the Following Unparalleled Connections:
Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup Bainbridge and Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany, ,Jem
Savannah. r and Savannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jackson,raU*-
r. Daily fast freight all rail connection: via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior and han and Live Oak.
Coast points including New York Boston Philadelphia,Baltimore Washington and Providence. Four ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company sailing front New
a s Four connections a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company, leaving,Savannah York(New Piers North River,)direct for Savannah Monday.Wednesday Friday and Saturday.Kendaya. .
., ,Wednesdays,Fridays and Saturdays. The Boston and Savannah ;ys steamersTwill leave Boston Oct. ; 19.M,
Two connections a week for Baltimore Via Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Company, 27 and 31 for Savannah direct making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains for
leaving Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. an points in Florida.
Connections for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company, leaving Savannah Oct. From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co.,leaving Philadelphia Oct.4, 14.24 every tea days
l.4t;9f Jt 16.21, 28. -t from regular sailing: day via New York to Savannah.
Connections fair Philadelphia every ten days ria Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savannah'yd From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners'Transportation Co., every Tuesday and Friday '
Oct. r yand<< *. making close. connection with S.,F.&W.Ry.,for all point in Florida.
Sailing days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. +
..: .viii/Florida Dispatch! Line'Is"the quickest and best freight route from all points North, Bast and West to Florida. For full particulars, rates,stenells and ..hlpplucrel.pu
apply to any agents of the.above lines, or to inc. P. HABDXB, Oen'l:Freight Agent, 8.v.nn h, o..
.', ...IK'OWXN8.Traflie'Manager;,Savannah Qsw F. B. PAPT,AsstTrafneMaBagerSftY. | >>an.haa. Tf. M. DAYID3O1T, Gea'l Passenger Agt.,Jacksonville, Fl.
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t -- ]\\1SlI: tiit The assertion has been made that in eighteen days. The Ethelwold is I will carry better\and is sure to land '
our English cousins prefer green and capable of carrying 20,000 boxes of sound. .

4' Experience In Shipping to EnglandEditor sour fruit. This statement must be Florida oranges, and as we will not The total charges to England(either (
: :'" received with doubt and hesitation, probably get to exceed 12,000 there Liverpool or London) 95 cents per box ... t
r Fanner and Fruit Grower: for they are shrewd enough to lnowa will be plenty of room for ventilation. from Fernandina. I "1
r-._ -In October and November of 1887 it and I to the loadingof friends .
good thing when they see- expect superintend Freight alone, where shippers' :
,'.", I made a few shipments'of oranges to hold it fast when proved. The earliest the steamer myself, assisted by a in England take charge,of shipments, .
; England. At that time better. results oranges they get come from Brazil, stevedore who handles most of the 70 cents per box, payable at unloading .
", could have been secured in our home and are very sweet, like our Early] Sicily orange and lemon steamers here point. 'J
markets but the main to Oblongs, which are ironclad shippers, who will go down with me, and by Growers who make up their mindsto -
object was
;. } and as the late Col. Dancy used to such aid as I can get in Fernandina.This ship at any time can do so, and their "
".: ascertain what might be expected say "would carry even to Jericho." I will show to the Florida people fruit will go forward, if in Fernandina, f'
abroad when the home market had Doubtless if the transatlantic lines that, I appreciate the importance of by November 15. f
become depressed by increased pro- would deliver our most fancy fruit in this undertaking; and if care and my E. L. GOODSELL.,
duction. prime condition, the dealers over the business ability will bring success we .103 Park Place, New York. '
Nearly a hundred boxes were ship. water would hide it.away from the will have it. t.. F
ped via New Yolk, care of Otto, gaze of the ignobilcvulgus, just as they From the above it will be seen that Orange Freight Bates.
.. Mayer & Co., to be sold at auction by do in New York and Chicago, and the cargo will reach England in timeto The Interstate Commerce Commis. .

J' J. .C. Houghton & Co., in Liverpool. showing only to wealthy or aristocratic supply the Christmas demand, and sion, in the report of 1890, stated that :..
4 .: They were Early Oblongs, just begin- patrons, with whom expense is no hence under the most favorable cir the average cost of transportation on ;;
i .: hing- to color, were sweet, and went object, receive in exchange such returns cumstances. all the railroads of the United States ;
., '' by the Guion and White Star lines. as'make glad the heart of the .If the cargo lands sound-and* 1 I is .94 of a cent per ton per mile. For '1
Freight from New York was 33 to 35 orange grower. believe it will-$3.00 per box oughtto convenience in calculation we will
cents. They gave a clear net of $2.00 E. H. HART. be averaged on the entire shipment. call this one cent. Twenty-five boxes
per box, and would have reached a Federal Point, ,Oct. 22,.1892. Success and the support of the of oranges make a ton. If oranges .
;. higher figure had not one lot been a < attending this oX
Letter to Orange Shippers. orange growers cargo were classified like other freight, a ton
slightly damaged on the way. Editor Fanner and Fruit Grower: I pledge for next season five steamerstp of them should be transported 1,000
January 18th 1888 I made a small Having received up to date pledgesFor take direct cargoes of oranges to miles for $10.00, and a single box at, ':
'. shipment of round oranges, 176 and Europe, and thus relieve our home carload rates, 40 cents. The follow-
boxes of Florida : 1
200, to James Lindsay & Sons, Glasgow about 8,000 market of all surplus and prevent fur.. ing table will show at a glance the 1':
.t'-. These netted $2.65 per box and oranges for shipment by our steamerto ther gluts. present rate and the rate which would ,
the above firm wrote: "Came to England, we have definitely decided About November 1st I shall send youa prevail on the Commission estimate ;
.. .,. \ hand all right and we must say thei I to load and dispatch the Ethelwold, correct and complete list of shipperswho Jacksonville to the several cities :
were very nice stuff. They were in have pledged their support which steamer have chartered from Present Commission ::J
beautiful sound condition,- and were that date. I ask that those whose lUes Hate. ltate.
the best packed we ever saw Fernandina, November 15, in hopes names in columns send tJ
oranges appear your Louisville, S46 ...... 4i 3& .
from Florida. We-only hope you can that growers that have not yet announced their votes to the Times-Union, naming Cincinnati 8'ti: ...... 46 33 '
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continue to send such stuff, and in their intention to ship will their choice of the Florida grower or Chicago Detroi 1,,J 1,089, ..-. .... 69 00 43 43 -
such condition. The size that sell best give us some support, and thus swell citizen to go to England on our steamer, St.Louis. 000.......... 66 82 38 49 .I'
here is the 176. We do not like them the number of boxes and complete the watch the cargo, and see that proper Denver KansasCitr.,1,876 1ZJ7......... lre 15 I
above that size or smaller than 200. cargo. ventilation is given it in transit, and St.Minneapolis Paul,1563.J,5i3....... 15&) _' :63 63
i When packed nice and tight they are On the basis of the above there will watch the sales and interests of the Milwaukee. 1,1'0.'; .. 62 46 ':J1
always su,re to command good prices. be a loss,to us on the charter party, shippers in England. From there he Clevoland,1,078. 68 43 --II
Some shippers pack the same' sizes but so great is-our faith in the financial will be returned to Jacksonville at our The orange traffic passes two-thirds Y -/
p very loosely, which is a great mistake results being so good as to warrant the expense. Each shipper will have one or more of its distance through are(1
and the consequence is they drop support of every grower in Florida in vote for every twenty-fire boxes pledged. gion more sparsely settled than the y
.' money." the future,.that we arewilling to make Stencils reading "E L. Goodsell, average of the United States; hence it
:. These oranges were packed in box. i a loss to ship even 8,000 boxes directto Fernandina,.Fla:?packed expressly for would doubtless tie fair to add five
es lined with white paper, sheets of England and thus demonstrate what export to England,'!. will be sent to cents a box to the above estimated 1"
,which were placed between each layer sound Florida oranges will sell for those who already have not receivedthe rates. But this would still leave them
and were not wrapped in tissue; but there. same. from five to twenty cents lower than
it is preferred to wrap them. This The Ethelwold is one of the fastest Shippers desiring to export use this the existing rates.Lemons :
demonstrated conclusively that or. and best ventilated fruit boats* obtainable pencil, which will insure the prompt .
anges could be shipped rto Europe in in Ameaica, and is now due in dispatch to Fernandina and start the on Pine Land. .. '
good condition and sold at remunerative Philadelphia with a cargo of Jamaica entire shipment from the grove, not Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: :'T
prices. If the growers: only have oranges. The owners, to assist us to later than November 12 and a day I have heard it said that lemons .1,. :";
sense enough to do their part well, make a quick trip to England, but at earlier if possible. owI 'on pine land have thick peel. ',
the chances of success will depend a large expense to us, will lay the boat Notify me at Fernandina (addressE. ing, and were not marketable. Now .
upon the care taken by the transporta. up at Philadelphia, clean the boiler L. Goodsell, Fernandina, Fla.) by :will you, or,some one who knows, tell _
tion lines.I and deliver her to us at Fernandina, mail or wire of the number of boxes us through the columns of your paperas r I
have since filled orders for private November 10. She is what is calleda shipped and also whether an advanceof to whether .or not this is true, as I -.
parties in the midland counties of "between degk" steamer and lias 75 cents a box is wanted. This will wish to set out a grove on pine land, t fi.
England. Sometimes, when "every- patent ventilators running down to the be made on receipt of the fruit and abill provided lemons grown on pine land j
thing was lovely, and the goose hung lower hold as well as into the main of lading signed by the captain sent are desirable. ,
\ highthe loss did, not average one hold, insuring a constant draught of to the shipper by mail. J. W..PORTER. -.A
orange per box; 4it others, the reportof air on the fruit duripg the entire voyage Send only the best qualities that have Hypoloxo, Fla. answer '. .d
arrival She is knot boat" in the been handled and Will some reader kindly ? ,_1
? wet by the "sad sea waves" a a 12 carefully packed, .. .
and in an advanced stage of decay, erne that she averages this speed during and as desirable sizes (150-176-2005) -- .. ,
aroused all the latent she makes andI possible. Send bright fruit "and Everyone pronounces Paine's Ground: -
indignation 'in every trip expect as as I Ifew Stock Feed superior to all grains or cook- a'.
my composition at the ruin caused ,by'per to reach Liverpool fifteen days russets as posseble. We,want th: id/eod.'Maximum food value;minimum'
f negligence. ;:*! or_ ".. *after sheteves Fernandina., or London fruit, slightly tinged with green. It cost. *See ad. 6n page 860. -' ...
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irOlle and Orchard. says: "We have no hesitation in say- The Priceless Worth of Water apple. T. B. Hutchins says of the
ing that the Florida orange, especiallythe Protection. fruit growing on his place: "There I
-1 Indian River fruit, is sweeter and The Vineyardist quotes from a con appear to be twa varieties, or else ,i j
Florida and
Orange Growing in thinner skinned and in most ways superior 'temporary a graphic letter describinga the trees are male and female, for i;
California. to the usual Tahiti seedling ride on Seneca L ke. The follow- while one tree bears heavily another 4
," Our contemporaries, the Florida found in California." For a fancy ing extract may give a hint to Florid- does not. The heavy bearing tree
-. Agriculturist and the California Fruit fruit they bring forward their Navels, ians of the priceless value for the may be easily told by its darker and I
Grower recently exchanged a shot I which sell at $4.50 to $5.00 a box. growing of choice fruit which will greener leaves, which can be
'- apiece on this subject. The California But Florida's Tangerines, Satsumasand some day attach to the little lake- tinguished 50 yards away from dis1
journal marches off the field with Tardifls sell at $5.00 to $8.00, protected spots of which hundreds are leaves of the other tree. It
: flying colors after this fashion: like diamonds here about the first of and
and her Kings even up to $14.00. scattered over this State May,
?- "To be sure, land is high-priced in California Florida growers, we regret to say, are i irk the mire : fruit about the size of Goe's Golden
but what makes for it so?land Why in more careless in their packing than "Down the southern slopes and, Prop plum with a large smooth pit. .!
should California people if they pay can orange get just as good their California rivals, and the fruit of through the leafy lanes of the All the fruit does not ripen at the 1
land at $25 per acre in Florida? No this State often suffers from this fact. fruit orchard, under boughs heavy same time, so that it remains on the C
doubt our friend of the Agriculturist will But all well-informed Californians laden and drooping with fruit, the tree quite a period before theJast has
answer the latter question by saying the know that the average orange of this visitors were driven and then around been gathered. It stands this climate %
of Florida land is unknown to
such value people. Not so. We call to mind State is better and brings more money among the sections where the pears well and forms a handsome shade tree,
several Florida orange growers who have than theirs, and the fancy orange from were ripening-the great, ruddy, though rather slow growth. This tree <
been guilty of the folly of paying even a 50 to 100 per cent more. luscious Beurre Clairgeaus, so many is cultivated extensively in Floridaand
higher price for land near Riverside, for On the fat prairies of the simple- and so large that, though the ground lower Louisiana and it is stated
the sole purpose of raising oranges and hearted West where they favor brawn under the trees was fairly covered that l large profits have been realized
lemons. To if;all in a sentence, Cal-
4I ifornia land say sells for more money than and bulk and measure by the Durham with the plucked arid rejected fruit, it from the sale of its fruit. The tree
Florida land- because it is worth more. steer, the fruit of the rich and rank seemed as though the stocky little was originally brought from Japan,
After all that we newspaper men may soils of California is pleasing in their dwarf trees would be crusned with the and is sometimes called the Japan

( say land, it is and the fruit cold.blooded that tell market the plain reportsof un- I I eyes, despite its thick peel. But the weight of their precious wealth. plum, but this is a misnomer.-Oro-
of the East find in the this farm vile <
varnished tale about all these things. finer palates Beurre Clairgeaus from are Register. ,.
Florida something more to their worth $2i"per barrel and occasionally > < -
There is no sentiment or State pride, or orange '
,' ." ,. any such stuff upon the open market. liking. Its exquisite flavor and aroma weigh twenty six ounces each, so "Cfeam'o," for cleansing and polishing 1
;- We must all accept its dicta in the end, can never be equalled by the water- it is no wonder that the energetic,and gold, silver, brast, tin The, plated Paine ware Fertilizer:, i
and it were wise to do so with a good manufacturedov 1
: forced fruit of the Pacific State. The successful proprietors that they ,
If California orange land sells at say Co., of Jacksonville, Fla, See ad. on
grace.$300 per acre and her oranges at $3.37 Florida orange is stealing upon the have no time to attend to apples at a I page 860. Samples sent free of chargefor
: per box in the open market,it is a fair senses of American epicures like the dollar or less a barrel. The fruit trial. *
1 inference" that such are their respective subtle wines of France, and will do !so farm of E. Smith & Sons, whose A New Fig. J
.. s 1.' values. more and more. business headquarters is at Geneva, has
E. Cutter believes he
-' J. : found &
( Now, we beg to ask our Pacific Doubtless there have been more_ : was a complete revelation to the visit
coast contemporary just one little failures in orange growing in Florida ors. It is an extract from France, variety of fig which will be of considerable '

., ; :.- question: What is orange land worthin than in California, and the reason is Italy or.Southern. California( herein value, at least for table use at. J
California where there is no irrigation easy to explain. Where land is so Central New York within a day's home and possibly for shipping wher .;
plant near enough at hand to cheap as here and millions of it, any ride of the metropolis, producing in the distance is not great. He receive*'
furnish water? Taken in a state of I man with a few hundreds could embark full perfection and in the open air the from the department Washington
: nature, pure and simple, the best acre in a venture which held out such fruits of the tropics, and except oranges some years since seven varieties of the
; .of l land in California, for orange growing glittering possibilities (and not untruly l lemons and possibly figs, almostall fig which are now in bearing. Anion
: Is worth n thing whatever, not a ). Hundreds braved the fates and which any state of the Union can these are two which appear wort
I, red cent. Why? Because a n orange defied the fickle goddess without a raise. Excel ent almonds are grown propagating. The Prolifero is of good

tree could' not live on it. But orange dollar that they could really call their here, and, as the enterprise is bur..a quality but has a tendency to sour,
land in 'Florida, absolutely in a state own I But in Calitornia a man had few years old, there's_ really no telling like most of the figs grown here. Th'
1 of nature, is worth $25 an acre. Orange to; give hostages to fortune. Three what its ultimate development may same defect was found in all the other
trees would live and bear some hundred dollars an acre for raw land be. The combination ot the soil, grown except the Dotato which has
\ fruit right among the pine trees. might well give him pause. It took worthless for wheat or vegetation, a. ripened perfectly. It isa sm ill,
So far, so good, and the Florida capital and a big resolution to embarkin rocky shade, which contains the heat light colored fig, with a rather thicu
-, land is $25 ahead. Now comes a a culture whose markets were three and moisture of the location, temperedby skin, but most delicate in texture ar
. great irrigation monopoly; in California thotfsand miles away in the face, ot the lake, guarding the frosts of flavor. The specimens of the Dotato
t and puts in a plant near by, and such staggering prices for land. The winter and so protecting the tender that Mr. Cutter submitted to us for
straightway the land j jumps from nothing unfortunates and the incapables were buds, the excellent drainage, the testing were the finest-flavored of any
: up to $300 an acre. The water sifted out before they began, but the scientific skill of cultivation and de we have ever eaten, and we shou t
. works do not cost $300 an acre for all fatal facility of the business here, with velopment, the capital which can place it at the head of all we are acquainted -
. the acres they will irrigate; but that soil as "cheap as dirt," and the big wet work these costly experiments, and with for table use. It is said
\ is neither here nor there. The land sky for an irrigation plant, tempted wait through delay and sometimes that this variety is never exportedfrom
.. : costs the intending grower $300 an thousands 'to make a grab into these failure for the return, is all, of course, Italy but used entirely at horn .
.: acre; he has to pay that for the en- waste and unhafldlec) wilds, and got rare and fortunate, to the last degree We can think of nothing more delicious
: .. hanced value put on it by the labor of their hands badly burned. But skill and represents much more than such fruit when, with tH
,. .':. *man.; and science command a premium hereno ground than can be properly gone skin removed, it is sliced in cream for
Now, let the Florida grower be entitled less than in California, and their over in a hurried letter." dessert. If it ,were inferior in flav ,
A to receive $300 worth of the rewards are just as princely. .. it would still be worth propagating if
r. labor of man'on his acre, and what Florida has lost some citizens whom The Loquat. it shall continue to prove free from
.: ;' will it then be worth? For $300 he she regretted, but she has not dropped While this State has many fine the souring which affects the fig
f* ? can clear it, plant it and cultivate and many orange growers-she has droppedsome varieties of fruit, the loquat is one generally in irrigated sections.-Ri\ .-
'- ,. ;'*I i:. fertilize it for five years. By that orange-tinkers. She has several that appears but little known. Thereare side Press.
,, !;., time it would be worth more than $300a orange growers around J in her piney numbers of trees raised in this .
1'. good deal and in localities in "Sal vati 'n Oil cured jme of a shoulder
more. woods and hammocks who do not vicinity many
:; Where can California show a 120- make much noise, but they do things; Thermalito and Palermo. The tree is lameness playing ball and last pain back I tried, contracted
> w, acre grove that has netted $500 an they grow and sell fruit. One of them beautiful evergreen with leaves from 8 other remedies but all failed. Chas.
acre, for the entire grove in a single cleaned up $59,000 in net cash from a to 12 inches long small white blossoms Hears.:122 Water St..Cleveland; 0."
year? Florida can show it. They $tso-acre grove last year, and it was' and egg-shaped, yellow, plum- .
boast there of their five like fruit. The blooms in Keeping Lemons Over Winter.
I i over or ten- called an 'off year" too. Another one tree Januaryand
f' acre groves that net $500 to $1000 an from a seven-acre grove pocketed less ripelS its fruits in April while The proper curing of lemons has
, acre, and even more. Florida can do than $100 short of$7,000 net. Tneseare other fruits are scarce. -The loquatis been little understood in California
t the same with small groves. simply two instances of which we subacid in. flavor, with a large .until recently, says the California
t. We admit that orange land,in California have personal knowledge. kernel. It is excellent for pies and I Fruit-Grower, Several brave exp ri-
is much richer than orange land sauce, especially when mixed with menters in the southern part of the
in Florida, and yields heavier crops. Many Persons are broken apples, while for jelly it is unexcelled :' state suffered immense losses ofmoney,
But what have you got when you have down from overwork Iron Bitters or household cares.Drown's by any other fruit. The flavor of the time and patience in their heroic efforts -

4r. got a California orange? The California .aids digestionremoyea ezcea Bebufldsthelyiteia. of bttfltal fruit is a little peculiar and combinesthat to put upon the market a lem.1
f \ paper in the article above quoted & ccrw sul&xi llCuiA. of the tamarind and the pine. i which... .will. sell'in a ,way comparable
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'f i f with the imported stock. It may The Pinery to rescue the industry. They are pre- of Queens which were badly affected
i'I now be said, however, that the man .. paring to force the people to fertilize. took them all up, roots and all, and R{ I
who lemons little They have instituted what be dipped them in a solution of that in- :
f.. plants runs or, no Edited by JO N B. BEACH,Melbourne, II
risk in Fla. termed fertilizer invasion and effect- secticide and planted out again on ;- ....
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tr.....' best to handle them for the midsiim'r - -' ed the landing of a column of 150 fresh land and all are now very fine, .
r market. To reach this market Pineapple Culture Biscayne Bay. barrels at Cocoanut Grove. These healthy and fruiting. On all of my 'i
Pineapple culture on the mainlandat that is their I close watch and as ', _
r.,:'. necessitates holding lemons in the barrels are stowaways plantings keep a
".. curing-house, or otherwise, from fourto Biscayne Bay is a new industry passage has not yet been paid, and soon as I detect a sick plant I applytwo I
r >> eight months, and the risk' of loss and it will take years of experimentto perhaps, like the cargo of wives ship- quarts, being careful! to let it soak .=-
;: thus incurred has gone far towards make it a complete success. While ped out from England to the early in the ground in a circle of about one ;_: '
discouraging the extensive planting there are thousands of acres of pine colonists, the homesteader may secure foot or so, wetting the bulb pretty ,. "z
JB of this fruit in past years.. land within a radius of three miles his barrel of fertilizer by paying her thoroughly. The plant invariably re- ....'
The well approved methods 'of from any point on the Bay all of passage money. We trust it is so. covers at once and you at the same _.
: curing and handling arrived at after which will grow pineapples, a great JOHN B. BEACH. time kill all insects in the ground ,'4
1' : tedious years of costly experiments by deal of it will prove too poor or of Motto Dade Co., Fla. around the plant which prevents the ';1
Mr. Garcelon of Riverside have been the wrong character to produce them i c spread of the disease to other plants.I .
I r' given to the public through a publication with tprofit. Over thirty acres have Root Knot in Pines. mix the solution the same as is '.;'jA
been this against ten or Editor Farmer and Fnfit Grower: recommended for J
planted spraying two
, : .. widely distributed by the State ,year quartsto ..
'"r:: .' 'Board of Horticulture about a year twelve last season, and these are Please allow me space to give a few fifty gallons of water and use it .}.-1i
,i:.r., f ago. Many other modes of treatment dotted in fields: of from one-eighth to facts which I have discovered, hopingto fresh. This disease is so general and
have bean tried from time to time by eight acres, on all kinds of pine and benefit my fellow workers in pine- persons have become so accustomedto

J,... different growers, but it is doubtfulif scrub land. apple culture. considering it incurable and the root .. -. ;
any grower in California has put All this part of the peninsula is a Having been interested in pine cul-- knot insect makes no knots of the pine I A
i' : upon the market in July and Augusta reef of coral rock, with more or less ture for the past six or eight years I roots, that many persons will doubt .:'d
% better lemon more perfectly cured sand sifted in its crevices to form a have encountered about all the draw- what I say and may be so skeptical as ::1.
than those of Mr. D. H. Burnham of soil. This is mingled with or com- backs, freezes, drouths, insects, etc. not to give this matter due consideration. -
;; Riverside. We have known of the posed of the pulverized rock and We of course could do nothing with To such I would say, try onlya
,A. s .- great excellence of Mr. Burnham's therefore varies with the character of the '86 freeze, but have put in artesian few plants and convince yourself that
t r : product for some years through the the rock. At the lower part of the wells and cement pipes which effectually they can be cured. To investigate -'
1-'.. + firms who have handled them in the !Bay the rock is broken up very irreg-- get over the fear of drouth. with the microscope for the sight of
f:. l.' i different markets-notably the market ularly, great "pot holes" from six to But think of our condition when the insects, etc., is slow, tedious work
' C' $ of Denver. The Riverside Press now !. ten feet deep, alternating with bouldersas after so much expense and trouble we and requires many hours of. careful .> $
f comes forward and shows how it is large as homesteaders' houses. As found that the water only served to study.
". done. ,The mode is simplicity itself, we go nOrth we find the rocks better hatch out and distribute the root knot Hoping that this letter will be of
.f and should be committed to memory pulverized and the surface smoother, insect, which is present in nearly all benefirto.all. our pineapple growers.
:' / .s by every man who ever contemplates and as we pass the Miami river the of our coast lands in spots, to such an CHAS. MAGRUDER. .
"1 planting lemon trees. general character of the land passes extent that thousands of our fine Queen Brantley, Fla. ij
+ The lemons were- picked from the irom rock with sand in it to sand with and other plants would wither and die P. S.-Since mastering the disease ''1
::.'- ;ii trees in November and later (saysb rocks in it. As we approach New under the attack of these millions of we now make fine use of the water .1'
the Press) as soon as they were' large river we find a sandy surface. only un I small insects. The great value of my which at one time we considered poison -
.:..< enough and while still unchanged in derlaid with rock, with an occasional I fine and choice plants caused me to to our plants and were careful. to '
color. Many at that time were still piece cropping out here and there. give close study under the microscopeto keep it away from them. !
entirely green. Without waiting for Now, this rock is all of it soft and learn what could be ,the cause of .
r' rf% the sweating or shrinking as coralline, but some is nearly pure lime, such wholesale destruction.The All quotations made by The Paine Fer
many tilizer Co., of Jacksonville, Fla., will be .
some equally white is nearly silica plants were affected just as theyare
do Mr. Burnham pure
; > immediately in view of great rivalry and to meet every ...
c wrapped them. He lined his packing (sandstone); some is red, some Js in, all of our large and small pine possible competitor and should secure
, ti boxes with manilla paper, and after yellow, some is brown and some is farms along Indian river with what is your orders. '
;:. fci putting in a layer of wrapped lemons gray, and some .is very soft and someis commonly called wilt. The roots of 1
"', laid a sheet of manilla' paper over rather hard, and, in fact f "the varia- the plants die, the top turns red, wilts A Farmer's Novel Scheme "
them and', so continued until the box tions are so many and so great that and dries up and finally dies. Many Daniel Snyder, a well known gar- 1
;. 1 l: was filled. The ends and top were they give the land different characteristics plants put on fruit but before? maturitythe dener of Ohio has originated and is 1. I
"" .' It also covered with paper of the same often in the same acre. fruit stem wilts and drops its sickly successfully operating a novel plan =
kind. As a general thing in the white, pine over to one side for the sun to for the preservation of his five acre ,
-- These boxes were then stacked limy rock the pines seem to act, .as burn up. The common practice is to muskmelon patch from the death-
'::' \. fourteen feet high in a large shed, they do on Indian River upon shell grub up all such plants and throw dealing visits of the October frosts. :
..;.i. one side of which is entirely open, land or upon land with a white sub them away as soon as it is certain that He dug trenches around and through J4
(. the building being shaded by large soil. Pines are diseased and "spiky," they have the disease. his melon tract, and each evening, ."
r tt. trees. There these have stood untouched show red heart leaves as soon as' Now, I have gone to the bottom when a clear sky threatens a chilling ..
alj through the winter until planted, and only look healthy and facts in this matter and find that it is frost that would otherwise ruin his
:ut.j opened for packing at the end of vigorous in chance spots where the the root knot insect that attacks and crop, Mr. Snyder fills these trenches
: seven months. Strange to say, there rock takes a dip or a streak! of yellow kills the roqts of the plants and leaves with crude petroleum. Shortly after
, was not a loss of 3 per cent of the comes through. Then all of the land them to wither and die as surely as if midnight, as soon as the earth has
' _> fruit of the earlier picking, and not requires liberal fertilization, and this they were pulled up and hung up in cooled off sufficiently to allow of frost,
:" TO over S per cent of the latter. matter once learned and these two the sun. When the planter pulls up he applies a match to the oil in his ',c
The lemons when opened were all points once understood, there seemsno such a plant and scatters the ad- trenches, and in a few moments the ;
changed to a beautiful lemon color, reason why with liberal judicious hering earth about he is only sowing pitch is enshrouded in a canopy of ri
jJ- # .... and, as we have said, were the finest manuring and a little judgment in seeds of destruction which in time will smoke, which hovers over it until _
: \ of any lonjjj cured lemons we have selecting a location, pine culture shouldnot attack and kill other plants, and it is morning, and protects the melon vines 1
'.' & ever examined. The only ones not be as successful here as anywhereon only a matter of time when the whole from injury. In this way Mr Snyder ...
up to the general standard of excel- the coast and more so in severe sea- field will become so thoroughly infested continues to supply the market with J
. .1* lence were those in the top boxes, sons like the past. Last winter I saw with the root knot that it will melons, and claims he can do it for ':
.- *, which were in some cases slightly no plants in the open pine woods any. be entirely worthless for the culture of several weeks yet. >".
shriveled. The specimens we saw where which had been injured by cold, pines unless some measure is taken to I )
question in the finest while at Lake. Worth and northward check and prevent the spread of the CHOLERA.Horsford's
l f- were, beyond .
.I condition of any .we have ever they only escaped in favored locations insects before the field is too far gone. Acid Phosphate. : '
l handled, and we claim to have protected by water or elevation. Then Having found the cause which here- ..
fine lemons too I have seen as fine plants and tofore has been unknown, I have The cholera microbe will not live in jf
., .shipped ourselves.a good many eaten as excellent fruit here as any. sought for a remedy, and after making acid solutions, and Horsford's Acid Phos- .'-
where in the State and while the with phate as most de-
numerous experiments -potash,
: I. sirable acid for use as a remedy or pre- ;:
'S More unsolicited testimonials were received present appearance of pine fields hereis kerosene, sulphate of iron, sulphate of ventive because of its beneficial effect on .I
commenting on the great savingof not very encouraging, it should not copper, nitrate of soda and many other the nerves and process:*of digestion, aa :" .
money from the use of Paine's Ground discourage an enterprising man of things, I have found nothing that well as its tonic and general strengthening ""'
L- Stock Food and its superiority over corn, common sense in the slightest degree works so surely and cheaply as Bean'sInsecticide effect on the whole system. .
Half a'teaspoonful in half tumbler
oats, bran and cooked food. Every one a of
certain fertilizer firm i in and I it in the .
A Jacksonville now use
.on water, with if desired makes
should get a, trial lot and be convinced. sugar a
'. -SM ad.onpa 800. .are resorting to heroic' measures following.manner: Having quite a lot i palatable .

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{ -- ------ -- - inferior seeds in the hands of parties A'cheap and effective machine i is i no change of color takes t'
,' ,Early Planting Bermuda Onion., who know nothing of the care of them, herewith given, which may be made place. Lime should be added until :
Seed. and when the complaint comes, as it by any carpenter.In the.1 litmus paper shows only a faintviolet :'J

Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: surely will, it falls on the storekeeper. [ default of a cut we may say that color. Should too much lime ."
i. I have grown these onions for my Probably three.fourths of the seed this box has five shelves inside of it, be added it will be indicated by the { I

.... own table for sixteen years. My first buying in Florida is-done through the sloping to the right and left alter-, use of "yellow turmeric paper," which :1'
(' planting is now up. Believing in my stores, and just so long as the planters nately and not reaching quite across. will turn brown, but will remain unchanged :
own meteorological records, lam plant. buy in this way, just so long will they Thus the juice is forced to run the if lime be not in excess. The o' '1

ing a full month earlier than usual and get an inferior and, in most cases, length of the box several times, fallinga proper point of liming is found when 11
f.. on higher ground than last winter. worthless lot of seed. The sale of seedson few inches at the end of each shelf, the juice gives no change to either

e.; 0 Such men as F. E. Norris, of HighlandPark I cpmmission is one of the greatest which gives the sulphur fumes an op- litmus. or turmeric paper.
to whom I have mailed seed I evils that affect the planters of the portunity to pass through it.-ED] After liming the juice should be 0\\I

R,s- this year, can attest that these are South. It is in the power of the peapie It is made of thoroughly dried lumber permitted to settle, so as to remove all .
r1. genuine. My trial of seed kept a full to crush it out, but as long as they and water tight. The size of the the precipitate produced ,by the lime .
year in Florida, showed last month'that encourage it by continuing to buy, justso box will largely depend upon the and sulphur. Through a valve placed "f
"-. go per cent. would germinate. I believe long will they be swindled. amount of juice to be sulphured. Fora just above the bottom of the settling 11
": 1 in the Bermuda onion. The "commission seed business" in one-horse mill, 1x2x6 feet, with fouror tank, the clear juice is drawn into the .

-, LYMAN PHELPS. Florida is practically controlled by a five shelves, will be ample size. A pan and the process of cooking b'e- J
,. Old "Store". Seeds. l large Detroit house. They place with very small brick furnace, three brick gins.-Louisiana Experiment Station 'm 1
t'\ some merchant or drug store a box of Bulletin. -
I and wide each with
.- extended residence in the high two way, an
During "
seeds valued from $20 to $80 accord- \ e <
j. opening sufficiently large in front to 1
far West and South we have learned Sea Island Ootton at Home. .;
ing to size of the box. The box is left
receive small iron in which the
that those a cup,
by sections some of costly our Union experience are made the there one year, the collector comes sulphur is burned, is connected with. Thh U. S. Department of ..Agricul'f
around, collects the amount of sales, the machine and ture publishes a pamphlet on "Some !
dupes of merchants and traders in the ; sulphur by a one a
$ older States. The ready-made clothing 40 per cent commission on the half inch pipe on the side of the box, Physical Properties of Soils in their ,
small seeds and 25 per cent on peas, the bottom.. The fumes of sulphur
W- be the California near relation moisture and distribution
which used to sent to bean[ to crop -. .
and corn, and the unsold seedsare .
arise in the box'and ascend in
miners (who, having no wives, sent back to headquarters and ." In it we find the following Interesting ,11
the direction of the fall
all have the : opposite o(.
needed above men to -
the culture of
alleged to be tested and, if of sufficient paragraphs on
the and escapes ..
excess l
buttons well sewn on) were so flimsily any Island '
long staple cotton on James ,
Chinaman vitality, are put up and sent out again. the chimney on the upper part of the .J,
: made that when John Auother feature of it is this: The boxesof machine. The shelves down which near., Charleston, S* C: .,:)
1I' whipped them over his pole in the The planters have evolved a .
seeds are sent to Florida each year very '1
the be
r washing process the buttons would some time during the month of July, .I han juice the box.flows may In this narrower peculiar system of cultivation, the .:
; case they must
The fol.
fly off in numerous tangents. all of the seed in small packets. The be and have plants are grown on very high beds or L
lowing from Hastings' catalogue will supported must narrow ridges from 12 to 18 inches high and .
seeds are exposed for sale in every :strips on each side to restrain the juiceon ,
bear repeating:; town in the State during the whole of the shelf. The from 4 to 5 feet broad, partaking
That the South is the dumping the ensuing and in juice entering at somewhat of the "nature of the ridges' ,
year the of the box with the
ground of old and worthless seeds, does the heat affect the vitality of the fumes top all meets its used by the Romans, and for the same
even by the so-called reputable seeds- seed and in most cases kills the germs. and before sulphur along becomes passage, reason, i. e.) to keep the roots of the
of the North, is not questioned escaping charged in drained and com
men Now as to the age of the seed in the with this plant thoroughly
by and it is done through the gas. paratively dry soil. The subsoil is
anyone most favorable The
new crop
The is to retard,, the flow of
"store trade. A Southern seedsman, never disturbed and soft mud from
of cabbage and turnip seed is never
the the box and
cannot, with any safety to his own ready for delivery much before August juice through during the adjacent marshes and salt marsh-
its it absorb
passage to cause to as
reputation, purchase of a wholesale and litter of all kinds are placedin
]st. To reach here by freight from much of the fumes of ( grass
dealer of the North who attempts to headquarters must take at least two dioxide sulphur -sulphur. the bottom of the bed, effectually
do business in the South. They will weeks, hence the seeds are one year ) as possible. keeping the roots from developingdown

endeavor to crush him out by furnish- old at least before they are sent out, OBJECTS OF SULPHUR. into the mpist subsoil. The
: ing old stock for him to sell, and it then subjected to the cooling influ The object ,-of sulphuring is threefold bed itself ,is "very highly manured.

has been 'done time and again. ences of a freight car for two or three : First, it disinfects; second, it During the last twenty years the finest
We were' talking a short time ago, weeks and then exposed to the hot, bleaches, and third, it assists in defe- cotton lands have been gradually un-
:; with one of the pioneers in the seed stuffy stores through our long sum- cation. By sulphuring, the juice, derdrained with tile drains, costing

V business on this subject and compar- mers. The wonder to me is that one already. acid, becomes more so, and from $10 to $60 per acre, dependingon
: ing notes. He is the only seedsmanin per cent. of the seed germinate insteadof ,!Dust be treated with lime (neutralized) the character of the land and the

the South who is couducting business the 10 or 20 per cent. that do some- before heating, to avoid inversion, distance apart of the tiles. The sandy
T on the same principle as our times. i. e., a conversion of sugar into molas- lands have only to be drained in low
house. Note-This gentleman has while in the heavier soils
( They cannot put up the seed, pay ses.Instead places,
retired from the seed business since transportation both ways, pay 40 percent of the ,fumes of sulphur, drains are placed from 25 tb 100 feet
the above was written.) He informedme commission, the salary and expenses the; bi-sulphite of lime, prepared largely apart and from 2 to 4 feet deep, witha
that when the agents of the Northern of a traveling salesman and all by Mr. H. Bonnabel, of New Or- fall of about 5 inches in 100 feet

houses would come to his place of advertising expenses, and furnish .evena .I leans, may .be used with similar re- where possible. The planters believe
business and find out that he was fair quality of seed. sults.This that underdrainage has made the crop
growing seeds under special contract On June loth, we received whole- sulphite is placed in the box much earlier and surer and that thehigh'
North, they would not attempt to sell sale price lists of "new crop" seeds which receives the juice from the millat beds are not now as necessary as

_. him any seeds. One was frank enough for summer delivery, both from Philadelphia the rate of about one quart to every formerly. They are able to maintainany
to tell him to his face that they did and New York houses. Every fifty gallons. It should be added to grade of cotton desired by judi-
not want to sell to him, for there was seed sent out by those houses in the the juice as soon as it begins to run cious cultivation and careful selectionof

i more money for them in the store next 'four months to stores in the from the mill, so as tcf have as much seed.
J trade and "no complaints" of bad South will be the old crop.lull's time as possible to act upon the im: The finest cotton lands are near the
seed that they sent. Another told purities. water, where the lands are better
him "We neversend new seed South, After the juice is sulphured it is drained than in the interior. These
, but send the held-over stock of last conducted to the tank resting directlyover lands are'given up entirely to Sea

! t season." Less than two weeks ago, Pills the evaporating pan, where it is Island cotton, and of recent years to
I i we were called upon by the salesman limed. Freshly made lime should be early truck and vegetables northern
! of the largest seed house in New York used. It is slaked to a powder and markets. The land in the interior of
i City. Asking him when his new crop mixed with a small quantity of the the island is not so well drained and .
I'I of turnip and cabbage seed would be CURE CONSTIPATION. juice until a thick milk of lime is ob does not yield as productive crops of

II I ready for shipment, he gave the date To enjoy health one ftbonld have.rep- tained.This should now be poured cotton, nor as fine staple, as the crop
and said, "but we never advise our bonrs.nlar evacuations The evils,every both twen mental y four.and :I into the juice, stirring the latter all the is generally more liable to shedding,

! .' .. customers to have new seed shipped physical resulting from time until enough has been added, flagging, rust, and insect ravages thanon
: ... ,. into this moist climate, for it is apt toY HABITUAL CONSTIPATIONare which can easily be told by the use of the better drained soils just des
i Further is litmus The natural cribed this land is better for than
: ,, : mould. comment unnec many and veriona. For the cure "tjlue paper. ; corn
essary. It is no more apt to mould or this common trouble Tutt Liver juice of the cane is acid, and this is the finest cotton soils, and it is gener- -.
I have gained m popularity UDpaJ'waUelecL
: : .* i in'our warehouse than in New Y ort Elegantly sugar coated. destroyed by the addition of lime. If. ally known as "corn" or "provision

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tion of corn and provisions for the keeper and owner, who uses it kindly.It every year. The flesh of the Angorais pot and draw a lamp-wick through.
farm. can make a more vigorous effort on perfectly sweet and unobjectionable, When wanted for use cut off-small
Cotton usually starts out well on the spur of the moment, but cannot and-so is the milk-the writer can per- piece of the wick. .
this land and the plants attain a maintain a slow, dogged energy like sonally testify to both-and they will The reason why sulphur does not
large size but put on very little fruit i the mule. It requires more food, and live on the ,leaves of oak shrubs and burn very freely at times, is because it ,
and are liable to disease and insect that of a better quality for these other browse where sheep would starve. meets and smothers the flame. ,

ravages. reasons. Where quick work for a Their fleece is in steady demand now As there are a dozen or more pro .
< short time is wanted, the horse beats at. a fair price. There are tens of cesses, we will continue the subjectand
Shell Lime has
Oyster demon-
strated through a series clearly of exhaustivetests the mule; but for the slow draft and thousands of acres of dry and sandy give you our method next week.E. .
that it is the one great solution of unchanging toil, the mule is the more pine and oak barrens in the South W. AMSDEN.,
growing finer oranges, etc., in greater useful. A mule is kept one-half1110re Atlantic and Gulf States, where hu- I .
abundance on the light'soils of Florida. cheaply than a horse. It may be fed man life can be sustained no other. Artificial Hatching.
See ad. on page 860. Write to The Paine : on blade fodder and a few ears of corn way unless it might be by turpentiningwhere ; For seven years I have been a
Fertilizer Co., of Jacksonville, Fla., for
prices and further information. Now is dayjafter day" without any change, a flock of goats would makea farmer's'wife, and for as many years,I
the time to make application for this and will do more work on this coarse good living for a family on 500 or have wanted an incubator. My poul
article. Also get their cut prices on all fare than a horse of 200 pounds more 600 acres. Such a soil and climate
ertili zers and fertilizer material. try affords me much pleasure as well as
weight. This character is so well would be the perfection of a sanita-
fixed that in the south, where all the rium for consumptives of a certain profit.
Lh'etoc1{. hard work is done by mules, a mule of class, and in this deep retreat there The second year we lived' on the
1000 pounds is worth $too or $150 would be exemption from those pestsof farm I had the incubator fever badly,
"" - more than a horse of the same weight, Southern life-the thieving nigger
An Eloquent Defense of the Mule. never got quite over it. I read
and for smaller animals the differencein and the biting dog. The principal
The hybrid animal which is part everything I could find in
value is $50 in favor of the mule. objection to Angoras in a cultivated
horse and part ass evinces, more than For a few years past I have been region is that they are inclined to be artificial hatching. Finally, I saw an
any other such cross perhaps, all the rearing young mules and horses, and breachy. article in a publication giving a"glow
distinguishing characteristics of both while the colts get the best hay and I ing account of some woman who got
the parents. He has all the good more grain, the mules get corn fodder directions for making an incubator.I .
qualities T>f the horse, some, however, the coarse hay and few corn J'ouI: ItY. bit at the bait, got stuck for two .
being modified by the interferting ten-, ears. An accurate account of the dollars, which cooled the fever a little,
Edited by E.W.AMSDEN, ,
dency of those of the ass. Thus he cost Of feeding the two kinds of an- Ormond Fla. but did not cure me. However, it left
.. has the strength, size, and form, with imals"up to three years old shows that Preserving Eggs. me in a dilemma-whom can I trust ?
much of the sagacity and docility of the mule may be reared for half the We have received quite a number How many swindlers are there in the
the dam, ,and the obstinacy, in goodas cost of a horse colt. A pair of small incubator business?
well as bad, of the sire, with his mules cost me less than $20 a year of inquires for the best method of Last winter I resolved to try again
hardiness, longevity, surefootedness, for the two years they were fed, and keeping eggs fresh. The Poultry In looking around for a machine. I
untiring patience and robust constitu they lived during the summers in a Keeper-Special, devotes six or more accidently heard of an incubator called
. tion. A mule is said and thought to wood lot, and cost nothing for their columns to this important subject. the "Simplicity; I also looked at
be extremely obstinate, proverbiallyso pasture. A mule will live where a First. The sulphur processthisis several others, and of course "I knew
; but this quality in this animal has horse will starve, and, when out of simply to subject the eggs to the nothing about any of them, but thoughtI
its most useful development, for to it work, enjoys the coarse feeding of the fumes of burning sulphur. Procure a would make a choice of this one.
is due the fact that a mule never balks, woods. When the horses come 'to tight box, large enough to hold a Accordingly I ordered one. On Sat-
but persists in pulling until he lies : the gate and wait to be brought home basket containing as many eggs as you urday, February 2d, it arrived. I set
down from inability to use another for their feed the mules' have to be wan; to cure at one time. Place the I it up in rather a comfortable room",
muscle. It begins work earlier and hunted up, and bells are put on themso basket of eggs in the box-and set on I I and run it until Monday morning ;
continues longer! by several years thana that they may be found. On the fire two tablespoonfuls of powdered then filled it up with eggs. For three
horse; but it is rarely ever sick, and, whole, I am very sure that a pair of sulphur, and close the box tight, let it weeks 1 carefully followed the plain
generally, unless wofully misused, has mules will do twice as much work as remain for 30 minutes, take eggs out, and simple directions. Then-well,
nothing the matter with It from the a pair of horses the same size, or and keep in a cool place-turn them the result was 193 live chicks, a little
time it begins to work at three years somewhat larger, at half the cost of two to three times a week, and they more than 90 per cent. of the fertile
old until it is discarded at the age of feed and other expenses. This takes will keep fresh a long time-we can't eggs. My second hatch was as goodas
40. Mules'have been known to live into account the feeding, the work say how long, for that depends entirelyon the first. I have better luckhatch..
- and work more than 40 or 50 years and the longer life. Much is said the temperature they are subject to. ing than I ever had with hens.
without any rest by summer-pasturing, about the ill-nature of a mule. Thisis You will find that all the receipts This is clean, light work that any
but constant tugging of heavy loadson undeserved. Its frequent vicious. make this important provision: keep sensible woman can-do. In the ladies
mountain-roads throughout the en- ness is taught to it by illtreatmentand in a cool place, as we have no department of all our papers the cry
tire year. Their digestion is remarkably general bad management. A cellars in this part of Florida. The goes up, "What can I do?*' One
strong, and their appetite is easily mule will never kick unless it has keeping cool in the summer monthsis wants to help her aged'parents to lift
satisfied. "In the absence of its usual been taught, except in frolicking when out of the question, unless you the mortgage from the home. Anotheris
corn and blade fodder, it will most young. It is really affectionate and employ artificial means. The Editor, sewing till her eyes, back and' heart
contentedly make a meal of the bark good natured, and when otherwise it P. H. Jacobs is loud in its praise and all ache, trying to keep her little
of a tree cut. for the purpose on the gives only what gets. When kindly says very wisely it will not cost but a brother at school; and another wantsto
_ roadside, where the driver camps at treated from the first by those who few cents to try the experiment.- make some money to keep her
night after 25 miles of heavy pulling, rear it, the mule will be kind, docile Perhaps some of our readers may invalid mother more comfortable.To .
with no bed but the ground and no and even affectionate. It will not be remember the ozone fraud in Cincin- one and all who ask how to make
roof but the infinite above. In nati their own pin -try to rear some .
starry so demonstrative of its affection as a ten or more years ago. We could money
cold and heat, rain or snow, in mudor horse as kindly trained, but it will give quite a history of the transaction, broilers. This is or should be the
over rocks, it wends its way with- show its good nature in its own more if time would permit. Thousands of ladies' business. What do men know
out a break or an objection, and brays sober manner. The horse is a sub pounds of sulphur-scented with sassafras about taking care of the little ones ?
for its coarse fodder and eats it with ject for the poet, the mule for the man oil, and burned black to de It is healthful, pleasurable and profita
excellent appetite wherever it may stop whose life is spent with a freight. ceive-was sold for $2 per pound. ble.-American Poultry_Yard.
for its short rest. The mule is no wagon or a plow before him. The company had on exhibition ... -
but it be trained meats fish all cured September, October and November are'.
racer may says I game, eggs, etc., the very time to make a good application
Henry Stewart in American Agriculturist Here is what the American Wool by the ozone process, that had been of Paine's Baltimore Oyster Shell Gas
to travel under the saddle or in i Grower has to say about Angora goats: kept in the open air for months. All Lime. This article will regulate the
light harness at a very good speed, It is not at all certain that the old say- this was true, for we cured fresh meat soil, making it more adhesive, thus ena-
and it will maintain its pace for ten or ing about "going to a goat's house for that kept well for months. The first bling mercial it to fertilizers hold for applied a longer afterward.See time com-.
twelve hours with more steadiness wool," which was uttered in contempt, three days eggs or meat will have a ad. on page 860.BATTERSON. .
than a horse. Its compact build is not now the truth with reference to bitter or sulphur taste. After that you
makes it the best pack animal. The the Angora goats. They take care of will not detect it. & CO.
horseis the more I luxurious animal themselves; they will fight and drive All forms of fermentation, germs of ,

and more human in its disposition. off the dogs; they come home regu- ',I disease, bacteria, or invisible organ- General Commission Merchants
Its nerves are more acute, it has higher larly at night to their corral for the 11 isms yield to its power.
instincts, and is more defined. It is daily lick of salt; they do not need to .I The Poultry Keeper Special says, if BUFFALON.Y. -
kinder in disposition, and is more be put in close pens or stables, like you have any difficulty in burning P 140 :RXX>A ore.Ai.atois m ,
easily and strongly attached to its sheep; the flock will double itself sulphur.;-melt it in a crucible or small And Other Fruits a Specialty.

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STEPHEN POWERS, -- Editor. The Fruit Exoha.n e's 'Opportu-- to the greatest crop ever shipped from pine is' tolerably light. All three

r. P. O.Address I Trtey,Fla. nity. California. classes of pine occur from Escambia .
Two of our correspondents last These figures have been carefully to Polk counties, so also do the flat- .

__ CONTENTS. week made somewhat pointed criticisms I I compiled,. and will give a substantially woods and the hammocks. The flat- '.
accurate bird's-eye view of the woods are generally considered unin-
Ii" MAirmxa-Experience in Shipping to England of the Florida Fruit Exchangeon 'orange industry in the United States, habitable, and this is true of extensive .

f Letter Rates; to Lemons Qraoge;on Fine Shippers Land Orange; .Freight. MlGKOTX the score of lack of enterprise andan : and of the consumption of this fruit. areas of palmetto and scrub flats; but ....

AID QjtcBMBi>-Orange Growing in California apparent indifference as to an It will be especially evident that witha on the other hand, there are much .

, and Protection Florida:; The The Priceless Loquat; Worth A New of Fig Water -; expansion of business. One of themis light increase of average per capita larger areas of wire-grass flatwoods

'. Keeping Lemons Over Winter; 844 inconsistent in his article, attribute'consumption, all the orchards .that which have a strong soil, and will one
i TEX:t XKZBT-Pineapple Culture on Biscayne Bay; could be planted for years to come day, when drained and stocked downin
Root Knot in Pines; A Farmer's Novel ing to the Exchange a maximum
Scheme 843 would scarcely suffice to meet the cultivated grasses support a very
7AXMZB' JJTD; TBUCXXK-Earl? Planting of Ber revenue from a minimum expenditureof requirements; but if consumption does large pastoral and agricultural popu-.
muda Onion Seed; Old Store Seeds; Sulphur force. But neither of them impugnsthe not increase, the increased output lation.
ing Cane Juice; Sea Island Cotton at Home; > 846 of the institution in from the orchards already plantedmay Much of these hammock and first-
LOT:STOCK-An Eloquent Defense of the Mule; 847 integrity any
POULTBT-Preserving Eggs; Artificial Hatching; 8.n of its do believe some time find a dull market.- class pine lands will support a familyon
departments nor we
EmroauL-What Advertising Will Do; The Fruit"Ezchani California Fruit Grower. ten acres in truck and fruit growing .
e's Opportunity;Foreign Oranges; 849 any well-informed grower of Floridanow indeed do it where
Huutrrs: ; . 849 ; they already
Florida Tobacco; Electricity Going Out: Salicylic entertains the slightest doubt on Possible Population of Florida. tested. The first and second-class "
Acid in Food and Drink; .. .849 that score. This State contains 59,268 pine lands and the hammocks are the
OCR Yarn FOLKS-A King's Daughter; 850 square
STATE NEWS-Itemi; eao horticultural lands of Florida the pine
OCR RURAL HOME-A Code by Gall Hamilton; A In the earlier stages of the orange miles. This area may be divided, ac ;
... Rose Jar; Citrus Melon; Th Moral Valua of lands for fruit, the hammocks for
Neatness: To Make Washing Fluid: Avoid allDiseases growing industry 'a passive attitude on cording to soil and forest growth, into -
; To Bleach Cotton Cloth; fT.less Or- vegetables. .
naments: Fruit After. .Meals;Heavy.Curtains; the part of the Fruit Exchange was I three great natural divisions. )
Coffee Kecires; 851 The rolling pine lands are put at
TOBACCO; Glen-Tobacco E bed Culture Tobacco in: One. Florida- County -- 852 not wholly inappropriate, for in the I I. The oak, hickory and pine uplands 15,120 square miles; the coast flat-
aBOVE ARD ORCHARD-Potash Prevents. Off Years; fevered condition of the patient at that i miles. woods the interior flatwoods
Protection from Frost: 852 comprising 2,300 square at 11,250,
The Forest Culture That New Fruit: The Future -
of Irrigation in California; 853 period the wise practitioner would 2. The long-leaf pine lands, com- at 2,280; the hammocks at 5,000.

.u.LurCJ-State Immigration Items:; Alliance.Should. .be Meeting Stopped. .; Trashy.; Industrial. Talk. ..: 85&t I doubtless have prescribed a sedative, prising about 33,650 square miles. :Total for the second division, 33,650
The treeless and allu miles. the horticultural
pitch-pine, Balancing
p September Weather; Florida Weather Service; 8j3 I 3. square
t if narcotic. But in the
-- not a present vial lands, comprising 28,650 square tracts, which are capable of
What Advertising: Will Do. condition of the convalescent, with a miles. maintaining a large population;

Mr. C. B. Smith, president of the system somewhat shattered by the FIRST DIVISION. against the third class pine and pal- ;

Belleview Phosphate Mining Company protracted febrile paroxysm through This division may be divided into metto flats, we see no reason why

of this city, received an order which he passed up to the time of the three sub-classes: the red lime lands,the this entire tract may not support forty
the mile. Total for
from the Brompton fruit Estate, severe congestive chill of '86, the brown loam lands, with oak, hickoryand persons the division to square souls.
Northdane, Natal, Durban, Africa; medy exhibited by a sound systemof short-leaf pine; and the long-
leaf lands. The red
pine ridge THIRD DIVISION.
today, for a large shipment of dried therapeutics would seem to be in the
lime lands found in
are principally The pitch pine, treeless and alluvial
and ground soft phosphate for orange nature of a stimulant.The Jackson county; they are fertile, and lands include flatwoods (pitch pine),

trees and pineapples. This order came distinguished president of the I aggregate about 150 square miles. swamps, prairies and savannas,

from advertising in the FLORIDA DISPATCH Exchange was in Europe last summer, : These lands are capable of supportingten : marshes and everglades, chiefly in

of this city, which paper has investigated the English orange mar- families, say forty persons, to the i South Florida. The total area of this .
square mile, making a population of division is estimated at
subscribers in Africa. This is probablythe ket and expressed himself somewhat 23,290 square
6,ooo.' miles; of this 4,850 square miles are
first order ever received in Floridafor favorably on it; now, we would respectfully The brown loam lands are mostly swamps, 5,840 are coast marshes and

soft phosphate from that far offcountry. suggest that the Exchange rolling or hilly, red or yellow loom, ,pitch pine flatwoods, and 12,600 are 41

.-Metropolis. might set the growers a beneficial with a sub-soil of deep red or orange prairies, swamps and everglades. The -

9 < example by consigning a few hundred clay loam or sand, and lime under all; everglades are set down at 6,400. .
There will, of course, be no inspector fairly fertile, with mostly hardwood Swamps are of three varieties : i,
boxes to London in Mr. Goodsell'ssteamer.
for the cargo of the Ethelwold, tree-growth. These lands stretch those found along the banks of rivers

nobody to guarantee the quality and > < along the Georgia line in Middle and and other bodies of water by inundation -

uniformity of the consignments. They Foreign Oranges.; West Florida, constituting 1,190 ; 2, the pine barren swamps; 3, .
miles. These of
r square are capable galls or sour lands. Marshes are of
will be graded and stencilled accord. The United States has never yet the
supporting, say thirty persons to two kinds, fresh and salt. Where the
ing to every shipper's good pleasure. i produced a year's supply of oranges, square mile, making a total populationof limestone lies close to the surface and

How necessary therefore that it shall and must as yet depend on foreign 35,700 persons. the soil is thin but rich, it is a prairie; ..

be every shipper's pleasure that every countries to meet the demand. Most The pine ridge lands generally separate or, if rather! wet, a savanna. !
of the imported oranges come from the areas of oak and hickory lands The everglades are from twelve to

box shall be good., 0-. Italy and Spain, though Mexico, the from each other; the sub-soils are mostly twenty feet above the sea level, and it '.

.v-' In the death of Mrs. Harrison the West Indies, and the islands of the sandy, with clay at a depth of two I is a well-established fact that extreme :.
Pacific contribute their quota. It is or three feet. These lands are rather.. South Florida is slowly rising. A
world loses a true womanly woman. scarcely possible to arrive at the exact thin, but may be classed with the arid creek tributary to the Caloosahatcheeand

In modern ages the number of actual number of boxes of oranges of our region of the mid continent and by rising in the Everglades has a

queens, rulers of nations, is steadily standard size which come in from means of stock, mostly sheep and current five miles further inland thanit

growing less; but the uncrowned foreign lands, for the reason that thereis goats, might be made to support at had when white men first visited
no general uniformity in the size of least one family to every square mile. that region. We believe the day will ,
of home and of man are .
queens packages.We Nine hundred and sixty square miles come when a great part of the Ever- ;
in numbers and power as find, however, that the customs would therefore maintain a populationof glades and of the marshes along the

civilization advances. Mrs. Harrisonwas valuation of imported oranges for the 3,8 0Total for the division, 45- Kissimnue, Indian and other rivers

of this latter class. past eight years is as follows, each 540 souls. will be reclaimed and support a dense

J year ending June 30: 1885, $2,088- SECOND DIVISION. population engaged in the culture of' ,

An inventive genius will place a 204; 1886, $1,871,839; 1887, $2,408-; The long leaf pine lands include the rice and sugar. But setting, this ..

.. "floating hotel" on Indian River, pro, 140; 1888, $2,268,872; 1889, $1,961- rolling sections and the flatwoods, wholly to oneside, and subtracting the 1

polled by its own power, with all facilities 889; 1890, $1,916,652; 1891, $2,339- also the hammocks. The rolling pine swamp marsh, and everglade lands '
for Thus 987; 1892, $1,210,338.This lands are divided into three classes, ((17,090 square miles) from the total r
angling shooting. makes a total cost for the imported first, second and third, and the hammocks area of this division, we have 6,200 ,. '1:
the curlew- and the godwits can be oranges, as fixed by the customs also into three, low, high and square miles of rich grazing and al.

shot from the hotel window, the pom- authorities, of $16,065,921; or Gulf hammocks. A great deal of the luvial.lands. These should support a 'f

pano can be hooked from the boiler an average yearly cost of $2t032,960. first-class pine would rank among the population often to the square mile, I

deck, the majestic river can be enfiladed Allowing-$1.50 per box as the custom choice lands of the State, being adapted and in time will be rendered capable "J
house valuation for this fruit, the to the culture of the citrus (in the of doing much better than that-62,000 1
from end end and all the
to hiding- average annual importations for the proper latitude), and deciduous fruits ,

places of the denizens of nature swept", past eight years would reach 1,355- and vegetables. Second class pine is souls.We have then, as a grand total, a i

with shot and seine. 300 boxes, or an amount fully equal often excellent land but third-class population. ,of 1,453,540 souls, -: "-", .." 1
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Now this, it must be borne in mind, meeting: a good market,Jersey selling at as electricity. If there was no give- especially if a variety of foods and .
is simply an estimate based on present 2 to 2.50. and Southern at 1.75 to 2. and take between the sun and its drinks thus preserved are consumed -

conditions; that is, Florida could though Round the potatoes markets are show in only good fair supply sales., planetary system equally balanced, at the same meal. This danger is ins .. .'/

sustain this population now if the Long Island and Jersey prime bring 1.75 this planetary system would go to creased by the fact that several day- r

proper proportion of the forest lands to 2.25, and State in bulk bring 1.62M to pieces. # I may intervene before the drug is completely .< ,
was"cleared and the pastoral capacityof 2 per barrel. Cabbage is firm, at 4 to 6 The idea of the exhaustion of the eliminated from the system"f, !

the State fully developed, and without per with 100.prices Onions ranging meet from a 1.50 good to market 3.50 per, supplies of electricity is too absurd to after it is taken, although it speedily ,*"i

any submerged or marsh lands barrel. Celery is weak, Michigan fancy be given a thought. The greater enters into the circulation. {( '
being reclaimed. We say the "proper bringing 50 to 75c per dozen roots, and portion of the solid part of this globeis "Effects on man : In full medicinal .f
proportion; for we believe that not State 15 to 40c. Othor vegetables are rock, of which the granite is the doses salicylic acid usually caused c

over, ten or twenty acres out of each steady, primary rock from which all othersare buzzing, humming, and rushing .

160 should be completely cleared, AUCTION SALES.E. evolved. Chemists will tell you sounds in the ears, with more or less .
and that the"rest should remain thinly L. Goodsell has made his first sale of that all other rocks, metals, minerals, deafness. Headache is not unusual
timbered for Florida oranges, at 1.85 to 2.25 for only etc; found in the of
grazing purposes and as are composition and may be attended with dullness \ """
windbreaks.Ot fair qualities. _b S t the granite. In the natural course of and an uncertain gait. Blindness for often

course, the reclamation of the Florida Tobacco.A time, many hundred millions of years hours is reported. When fever :

vast areas of rich hammock, marsh certain young leaf merchant in New will elapse before the granite is turned exists delirium is readily induced by .'

and submerged lands will not only add York, for whom a particularly bright into soil, trees, vegetation, animals the medicine, especially in nervous

hundreds of thousands of acres to the future is predicted, has been very greatly and man. patients, and it is apt to be accom-

arable area of the State, but also a amused by recent publications in care- M. KNICKERBOCKER.Lawtey panied with phantasms and violence,
lessly conducted trade papers which Fla., Oct. 2J, J892.
million its in delirium
or more to population. as tremens. Difficulty of .
have informed their readers that this .
I .!.!. breathing and palpitation of the heart
merchant's forty-acre tobacco
young Salicylic Acid in Food and Drink.
It is 4 plain fact that twenty per cent. plantation in Florida has produced this, are ordinary effects of the medicine.
of the deaths in our large cities are caused its initial year, exactly 200,000 poundsof This article is extremely dangerousas Hence it should be a rule never to
by consumption; and, when we reflect leaf. an adulterant, being used so indiscriminately prescribe the medicine in case of
that this terrible disease can be fore- "If I get 20,000 pounds from my forty and
so profusely. man heart troubles. In of
stalled by Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup} shall acres" said this young gentleman, "I or lung cases
we condemn the sufferers for their negli- shall be mighty well pleased. With the who drinks a glass of beer may not disease, enormous doses have been 0
gence, or pity them for their ignorance. leaf itself which has been grown this feel the effects of the drug, but as given without any apparent'serious

year I am quite} content. It isn't Sumatra many people drink twenty to thirty effects. On the other hand, cases of
but it is merchantable tobacco, glasses it can readily be seen that an death
\ are reported by doses not ex- _
JVEar ets nevertheless and I to sell
\ every undue quantity of this preservativemay *
ceeding 1 grains day.-Govern
pound of it at a profit, which will en- so per
...., be absorbed in the especially .
courage me to keep on with my work.It system, ment Report. -
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., October 26. is absurd to expect to raise the same if vegetables are eaten that
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. quantity of leaf on a Florida plantationas have it used to preserve them, to
the Connecticut tobacco growers raiseon which be added a moderate
[Corrected to date by Marx Bros.] their farms. Florida leaf is not so may Morning
These are average quotations. Extra choice luxuriant as New England leaf, apd the amount to preserve the meat eaten,
lots lot fetch Kelt lower.prices above top quotations, while poor ground produces just about as much as and when we remember that it will H

Oranges .. ....-.--........._ ...... 1.75 to 325 the Cuban tobacco land yields." keep preserves and pickles, and jellies,
Kalds slow sale, per 100_......_....._. "Is there future for Florida leaf?"
Apples, bbL. .... ... ............ .'.... 3.00103.50.50 a and keep fruits, one can readily see NoonNIght
Lemons,Fla......................!..... 2.00103.00 the young merchant was asked. how it is to dose oneself
Messina............ ......... 'Not a bonanza future," he answered, easy upon
Limes, 100........... ................. ..40 to 4.50.50 I "but there is certainly a that in this wonderful preservative of every-
Pineapples crate: ............ ......... S.ooto6.ooBananas prospect but the human Good all the time. It removes
bunch............ ........... i.soto t. time the Florida tobacco will have a good thing system. .
Potatoes barrel..... ............ 2.85. to,3.oo 7S market. The flavor of the leaf is peculiar -' That: salicylic acid is employed in the languor of morning, sus-
new sweet bushel...... ...... .so to to itself. I should call it au
Cabbage,. ... ............ .. .......... 09 to.75.10 agree- enormous quantities as a food preservative tains the energies of noon,lulls
Onions crate.: .............;............ 1.06101.25 able flavor. It burns superbly, but experts be inferred from the fact
Onions, bbls._...._:._..._.......__ 3.25 tell me, and that is also my own may the weariness of night.
Turnips,barrel....................... 3.00 observation, that it can be successfully that a single druggist of this city sold :
Beets: .......................
Carrots, .. .................. ...... 2.50 employed only in a combination with during the past season, 500 ounces of 'Root
Parsnips, ." ........................ 3.50 3.50 other tobaccos. I won't undertake to the drug, all of which, he thinks, was Hires'dellciolU ;
Radishes, dozen....................... enumerate or suggest possible combina-
Celery................. ............... .50 to .60.40 tions but I know that several manufac- used for this purpose. Beer:
Egg Plants each....... ............. .05 to.06 Properties.-Salicylic acid is
Beans crate.: ......... ................. turers are doing very well with goods of
Tomatoes...........'............*...... 1.50 1.50 which Florida leaf is a part.-U. S. powerful antiseptic, i. e., it retards the sparkling, appetLdnr.Uon't .
Squashes slow sale, bbl........'....... 100 to 1.50 Tobacco Journal. action of organized ferments like the
Grapes,black 5-lb.basket be deceived if a dealer,for the sak
Grapes. Malaga.....:............... .7.00to8.00.30 r yeast plant and putrefactive bacteria. profit tells you some other kind
Guavas,3-peckcrate...... ... ..... 1.00 Electricity Going Out. Thus it hinders or prevents fermenta. good as good as the"_genuine otis false.Him'No.lmitadoa

POULTRY AND EGGS. Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: tion the of milk and other
Hens........ ..........................$ .30 to souring
Rooster............................... .25 to .35.30 I have read in the Times-Union of liquids, the putrefaction of meat, etc.
Broilers..................... .... .20 to \
Turkeys................................ 1.00101.25.25 October 20th, an article entitled It is this property which has broughtit Established 1876.McALISTER .
....... ..........0 .20 to .35 "Electricity Going Out." The authoris into such a common use as a
Geese................................. .so to BROS.
}(gp.............................. ..... .75 20 no doubt able to run a "Telegraph vative of food.It ,
Galvanometer," but is confessedly completely arrests the conversionof Produce Commission Merchants

NEW YORK, October 24. ignorant of the laws and facts that are starch into grape sugar by diastase

Florida i oranges are arriving! in limited known to govern the production of and pancreatic extracts as first shown 629 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. ,

quantities and are meeting good sales electricity. This earth is but in its by H. Leffman and W. Beam Specialties- FLORIDA ORANGES.

when of good color. No quotations haveas infancy, and the grand possibilities (Analyst, volume 13, p. 103)), and j
yet been established, but prices/vary yet to be developed through the slow corroborated by experiments in the UPBKBKCZ :
from 8'to 4, as to quality and condition. The Florida Dispatch or any Mercantile Agency
There are very few choice Florida lemonsin process of evolution cannot be con- physiological laboratory of our own

market and prices range from 2.50 to ceived of.Electricity. townsman, Dr. A. M. Bleile. The A.A. Geroe. W. B. Gero.
4.50 per box. Grapes have been in heavy is produced, or more minute quantity of one part of the Established 1870.
supply, though prices have been well properly evolved constantly in all ofnature's acid in one-thousand parts of the mix
N. Y. Del.) 10 Ib
sustained. Western A. A. GEROE
& SON.
processes, whether it be by ture is sufficient to produce this effect. ,
basket range from 25 to 3Oc; 5lb baskets,
14o to 18c; Concord 10 Ib baskets, 17c to vegetable growth or decay. The rot- As this action is diametrically opposedto 505. 507, 509 Monroe Street,

19c; I 5 Ib baskets lOc to 12c; Niagara, 5 ting down of a manure heap is identi- the process of digestion, the use of TOLEDO OHIO.
lb baskets, 1 Ic to 16c. Apples have beenin cal with the rusting of the zinc in the salicylic acid in daily articles of food
liberal supply, especially poor stock. galvanic battery. The evaporation of should be condemned for this reason Importers and Dealers in-
for best grades the market
shows although firmness. King, 20 oz., and water by the sun's rays, in fact, every alone. foreign and Domestic Fruits( and fufatt.

Maiden Blush range from 2.25 to 3; move, whether chemical or mechanical Physiological effects.-The dose of
Baldwin. No. Spy and Spitz, 1.50 to 2.25; evolves this soul or spirit of nature. salicylic acid as a medicine is from 10 FLORIDA FRUITS A SPECIALTY.

Fall Pippin, 2 to 2.75; Greening. 1.75 to That electricity is given off into the to 40 grains. For children the doseis The niST ACflTNEIir

2.50 stein, and 3 to Strawberry 3.75 common Pippin range and from Graven-75c immensity of space, a certain refined much smaller. Although the maximum B 0 R E succeeding and TOOL in this" fa business the world-alao for

to 1.25. Pears;have been in good supply, portion, there is no doubt; but this dose would rarely, if ever, be Horse Powers,
though market shows moderate demand. amount thus given off is exactly reached in the consumption of food WELLS Steam Engines,

The best stock sells from 5 to 7 per bar- balanced by the return of the same preserved with the drug, yet the minimum Pumps &Valves,

rel and other from 2 to 4.50. amount from the sun and planets or dose if continued tor a long time DRI'LL plie Iron.Pip Honest and Fittfaffa.'Well tad reliable work Sap.
Peanuts show market at 4J to
a firm of from which receive disorders and aesur d. Gatalocne mailed *.
stars we might produce equal ,
4c for fancy hand-picked, and 2*| to space I LOOMIS A. NYM AN,
,, tor farmers, swept potatoes art light. Light is a substance as much .I this dose can readily be exceeded, WELLS TirjTix CJlIIO.I.


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r: OUlf Youn FoThs. for every-day use, but only to be broughtout ous tree Mr. Mott is thoroughly these ways it is both pleasant to the

; occasionally? convinced that the strain of taste and wholesome as an article of .;
There was plenty of thought crowded peach budded on the Marianna stockis food Indian River Advocate. of.
into the
A King's Daughter. few minutes Mary Ellen sat
liable to root knot and is an all
there ,
watching who wait-
.Mary Ellen brushed back her hair and was It may not be generally known, but I
:. twisted it into a hard little knob at the crossed ing for her over answer to where, then Ruth suddenly was sitting.she round success.-Orlando: Reporter.In it is a singular fact that there are more

i back A of her silver head.cross with a bit of ribbon "Little sister;; if you will pin it on my planting out cabbages more depends sinks and streams that sink out of

: tied littje to it, a bangle bracelet and a white dress, I will wear it all the time, and upon the way in which the plantis sight in Alachua county than else-

::' lace'nice ruche lay on her bureau. Mary perhaps it will holp me"to be good and put in the ground than many ant ci where in this State and perhaps in any I

-. Ellen's "Sunday fixins" were what the patient* as*moteer* was.* "II" pate. The great trouble with cab. part of the country. The great Alachua -

children called them. There were warm biscuits that nightfor bages is that they will not head out lake, three miles south of this city has : I
; The girl folded the ruche up carefullyand and fresh well but have a tendency to within the recollection of
laid all in the top drawer. supper, some apple sauce, grow many our
... It was Monday away morning and a larger and a brighter looking row of faces stalky. This can be avoided if the citizens several times emptied itself

washing was waiting for her, and an around the.table than had been seen fof tap-root is set in the ground perfectly through a subterranean outlet, leading .

b early breakfast must be ready for her many days."This like old times said straight. If this main stalk is twistedit to no one knows where. Around the

'10 father Everything in time for seemed him to to catch work the train.; the fother seems, glancing more about him, quick, to will not head out thoroughly.- shores of this lake there are hundredsof

wrong; note the change. Floridian. sinks all the way from twenty to
:; the milk was curdled, the fire wouldn't '
burn up, the coffee'was out and, by the silver"It's chime Ellen's in Ruthie's got on shrill her Most of the Spanish moss shipped several'hundred feet in depth, showingconclusively t

r time the children were ready for school little treble.cross,The Household. from Gainesville goes to Chicago. It that subterranean passagesof

_.... she was as they" expressed' it, "crosser is said Jhat the demand is now much enormous dimensions exist. Strangeto
_. than two sticks.
:: Later on the wash-boiler sprung aleak A fresh lot of Ground Stock Feed received greater than the supply. The moss say these passages are nearly all

and a slow dribble from it sizzled and September 16, 1892, by The Paine business in this region is rapidly developing through solid rock. Were it not for

fizzled on the stove the rest of the morning hand.Fertilizer: Co. A full stock always. on into a great industry, and the bridge of rock which covers them,

I ; and, to help matters along, little yet is but in its infancy. With more there is no telling where the sinks
; Ruthie emptied a whole bottle of bluing and number of would reach to. All the streams for
' machinery greater em-
, : into the rinsing water while she was
..- .hanging out her first basket of clothes. tatfeiicis.] ployes the traffic in moss would soon miles around the Devil's Mill Hopper,

0: By the time the children came home be made to grow into large propor- six miles north of Gainesville, are lost

, from school there was a look about Mary Millions of Cohog clams, having tions.Gainesville Leader.Mr. in the Hopper. Hogtown creek, a
Ellen's mouth that they were accustomedto
r see there frequently since their mother been killed by the fresh water coming Gibson had a crack at a bear very considerable stream, is swallowedup

-- died. They were too young to make allowances into the Halifax by its affluents have the other day but unfortunately the by a subterranean outlet about four

Ii' for this older sister upon whom been floating on the surface duringthe "shooting iron" hung fire just at the miles west of this city, while Blue

;' the cares of the household had suddenly last week.---Ormond Gazette.A second critical shot; so Mr. Bruin had creek, Turkey creek, and many smaller
':_ fallen. They only felt that she was another lease'of life. Bruin's streams all fall out of sight in San Fe-
number of enterprising citizens eye
"cross" and "disagreeable to them most
t of the time," and that home wasn't have been quite busy for several days, sight is not as good in the day time as laska hammock. The whole of the

ir what it used to be when "mother was getting ready a variety of trees and that of some animals, and in conse- Jonesville region, in the western part
of Alachua is without branches
there. their county, ,
plants exhibit to the'Vorld'sFair. quence they depend mostly on
as an
ft| So, child-like, they showed their resentment the country being drained by means of
scent. Mr. G. what he had been
This is only a small amount of
: in ways that did not tend to
what known natural wells. All
.. told hunters bears did when are as -
make things pleasanter. what will be sent from here. The by
:;. It was nearly four o'clock when she schooner "Mary B." carries them to chased, and that is, to put out their the soil seems to rest upon a honey-

sat down in her mother's chair by the Jackson ville.-: Juno Sun. forepaw while standing up and catch combed rock foundation.-Gainesville

t"A.. window. the air and take it to their nose to find Leader.
A group of girls with their: raquets Mr. J. R. Donyvan, of Cottondale,
which direction the is in. It
-were going by on their way to play tennis has purchased for New York cigar !! enemy
VV ; they beckoned to her but she shook leaf tobacco dealers a portion of the seemed almost a human proceeding.Juno .
her head. Sun. "WORTH A GUINEA...A BOX.BLIND.
F- "There isn't a girl in this town that has crop of Mr. G. A. Danley, of Chipley, -
. of which exhibited here The people of this country do not yet
r-: so little pleasure as I have, she thought, samples were .
( as she watched them out of sight. "It's during the Tobacco Fair. He paid know how to use the banana, says the They are blind who willnot

fl work, work from morning night. $i a pound for it. This is encouraging Scientific Cyclopedia. In the tropical try a box of

.:. She looked at her hands, red and puckered and should lead to the plantingof climates, where the banana furnishesthe I '
with the day's work, and then she BEEGNAM'SPILLS
principal article of diet the inhabitants
a largely increased acreage.-Pen ,
c.t leaned her head back and thought how
t., tired she was, and how hopeless the fu- sacola News.A have found numerous methodsof I Ifor

I ture looked with fifty-two washing days floating hotel will cruise and utilizing the delicious fruit, which
in the year, and as many ironing and up renders it at once nutritious and pala- the disorders which
down the Halifax and Indian rivers Out of Impaired
t to follow. crow
sweeping days
table. boil it bake it
They they as
iMgeBtlon. Par a
She remembered how pleasant the this winter, with ample accommoda-
; '" home used to be when her mother was tions and facilities for fishing and shoot we do sweet potatoes; they peel it, cut ., Weak ttpatl Stomach tn.Dl ordered Con.

....." alive-how different everything was now ing. It will be self-propelling and will it into slices and fry it in batter; they Liven SleK Head
-the children it into and it in the ache or any Dillons Sand
growing and ill- mash
a dry
; saucy paste tate
. have a complete outfit of canoes, boats, Net-Too ailments they the
behaved her father gloomy and careworn sun as we do apples and peaches. place of aa entire medicine chest; I
etc. also of fish-
i as a complete supply
;. .They make it into puddings pies COVERED WITH A TASTELESS AND
ti "I can't help it, I can't do everything!" ing tackle, guns, ammunition, rubben
; she said aloud, as if in self-justification. goods, tents for sale aboard.IndiarRiver dumplings, comfits and preserves, SOLUBLE
:- Little Ruthie looked up, started at her Advocate.Mr. and even smother it in sugar until all druggists. Price 25 cent a box.
New York Depot,365 Canal St.
',,: voice, and something bright and shining it is candied fruit. In ,of
every one HHHHH' ''''' 1211
D. C. Burnett has
that the child had been playing with fell just arrived
f""' on the floor. from the West Coast. He was more

: It was Mary Ellen's silver cross. than a week on the way, and drove

.. .Ruthie's fat little hand closed over it across the State without accident till .
IV quick, for fear her sister would take it D1 ion DfES
the crossing at Jupiter"was reached ; .
away. "Go put that cross right back
r, where you found it, this minute, Ruth," here he lost a wheel from his wagon
! she said sternly. while crossing Lake Worth Creek,

4 But Ruth didn't stir, only held it but thinks it can be easily recovered. I Brilliant !
r -
tighter, and said:" This trip, so successfully made in the
"What's it for?
pI, :
t "It's a King's Daughter's badge. Did midst of the rainy season, goes to Durable !

.;: you hear me tell you to take it up-stairs: ?" show that the lower portion of the
"What's a King's Daughter's badge?" Florida peninsula is not so badly in. Economical !

i-- persisted the child. undated as is generally supposed.-
L' It's something to wear-to make people Sun.
i-. good." Juno Diamond Dyes excel all others Strength, Purity, and Fastness. None ether are

': "Then why don't you wear it all the James Mott has a lot of peach trees just as good. Beware of imitations,because they are made of cheap and inferior materials
time?" came the child's quick resort. five old from which he has
years and give poor,weak,crocky colors. To be sure of success use only the DIAMOND DYES
There was a moment's silence-the
g words had struck the older girl like a gathered two good crops of fruit. The for coloring Dresses, Stockings, Yams, CarpetvFeathers, Ribbons, &c., &C. We warrant
r* blow. She had it trees are now dying with the root knot, than other ever made and to give
kept most of the timer them to color more goods,package for package, any dyes ,
; in her bureau drawer, only wearing it and Mr. Mott is replacing them with more brilliant and durable colors. Ask for the DIAMOND, and take no other.
t on Sundays or when she was going out others budded on Marianna plum
r in the evening. ,Send postal for Dye Book,Sample Card,directions for coloring Photos.,making the finest lak or Bluing
Had she her love and stocks. Two years ago he replacedsome ((10 cents a quart),etc. Sold by Drngpsu. Address
f kept patience for
', these little brothers and sisters that her peach trees with others on Mari WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Burlington, Vt.
mother had left in her charge shut anna stocks, and last spring they bore
[ up Cold, Silver, Bronze,
,.:,. i some bureau drawer within her, not some fruit, and are"healthy and vigor For Fancy Gliding Article or Bronzing. USE DIAMOND. PA I N TS. Copper -011710 Cents.t .
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quantity of any other sweet-scented ings in the dining-room, than she would Coffee .Recipes.A .
: Our Iftijal' fiome.A dried flowers or herbs. Mix together I need to spend in setting a table carefully COFFEE CHARLOTTE, RUSSE is out of

and put into the jar in alternate layers! and keeping the room in order:, I tho ordinary line, and is made by soak

Code by Gall Hamilton. with the,rose stock and a few drops of so that its order'and neatness com- 'ing half' box of gelatine in half a cup

i the oil of rose, geraninm or violet, and manded the respect of the children of cold water. To one pint of thick cream
., Wildness is a thing which Hamilton girls pour over the whole one-quarter pint The ounce of prevention is worth add one small cup of sugar,and one cup

cannot afford, wrote Gail York World I of good cologne. This will last for seven pounds of cure, in the training of of strong, clear coffee. Beat all till thick
to the New
from time to time children, and it is a pity that the ounce
Delicacy is a thing which cannot be years, though you with an egg-beater; then stir two spoonfuls -
: add little lavender or of prevention is not administered in and
may a orange .of hot water into the gelatine
lost found. No art restore
or can
the its bloom. Familiarity flower water, or any nice perfume, and the infinitesimal doses necessary in stir into the cream,beating as welL ,Linea

without grape confidence, without regard is some seasons a few fresh rose petals. childhood, rather than in the radical mold or pudding dish with lady fingers,
You will derive a satisfaction from the doses necessary to overcome neglect or sponge cake slicesr pour in the mix
destructive all.that makes
to woman labor only to be estimated by the in matters that are never minor, for ture and set upon the ice.
exalting and ennobling. It is the first happy owners of similar jars. manners and habits mark the man. A A delicate dessert is made of one quartof

duty of a woman to be a lady. Good > 4 man may be a moral man and eat with strong coffee, two-thirds of milk, halfa
Bad box of gelatin, one small of sugar
breeding is good sense. man- cup
Citrus Melon.For his knife, but he would be a more valuable and three eggs. Allow the gelatin to
ners in a woman are immorality. Our Rural Home. man in the community if he recognized stand in the milk for an hour. then beat
Awkardness may be ineradicable. Northern housekeepers in Florida the uses for which the knife the yolks and sugar together- and stir
Bashfulness is constitutional. Ignor- into the milk. Put into a milk boiler
for their old and it to
often hungry was designed, applied only
get very
ance of etiquette is the result of and stir until the mixture thickens. Have
-circumstances. :All can be condoned, familiar dish of apple sauce, and, as those uses.-Ladies'. Pictorial Weekly ready the whites of the three eggs beatento
I ITo stiff froth and the moment the kettle

and banish and from this dish becomes a luxury in Florida, a ,
not men women Make Washing Fluid. is removed from the fire stir them
the amenities of their kind. But I give you the following recipe for To a gallon of rainwater take one quickly in, and pour into moulds, and
,self-possessed, unshrinking and ag citron sauce as an excellent substitutefor when cold place on the ice to harden..
- gressive coarseness of demeanor may it : pound of sal soda and one-half poundof COFFEE CAKE made in layers is'Terr

be reckoned as a state prison offense, The citron used is the citron melon, lime. Boil all together, then put nice. For the filling use the whites of
in for Shake the jug three one and a half cups powdered ,
the fruit. It most luxu- away a jug use. eggs -
and certainly merits that mild form not grows
and two large spoonfuls of
before then take sugar, very
using a good
of restraint called imprisonment for riantly all over the pine lands (anywhere teacupful strong coffee. Beat all till light and
white clothes and
each tub of
life. : you chance to drop a seed), to smooth, and spread in as in chocolate
It. is a shame for women to be and produces a quantity of mammoth put them soaking over night in warm cake.
water. The dirt is easily washed out Another is to substitute coffee al-
which have such hard firm way
lectured on their manners. It is a melons, a ,
in the If dirty together for milk. It makes a dark, rich
bitter shame that they need it. Do rind that'they will keep all winter, morning. very put delicious cake. Cream together one cup
half into the
not be restrained. Carry yourself so and are ready at all times to make a teacupful .... of butter and two of sugar, then add the
lofty that men will look up to you sauce or marmalade. For the sauce Avoid all Diseases.* beaten yolks of-five eggs, then graduallyadd
for reward, not at you in rebuke. cut up a melon as you would a pump- one cup of stmn flour-in then three
While dread scarlet fever and half of which has
parents a cups
The natural sentiment of man kin for stewing; peel and stew to a of
been mixed two teaspoonfuls baking
towards woman is reverence. He nice sauce, which requires about the they have but little fear of measles or powder. Some flour swells, when moistened

loses a large means of grace when he same time as to stew the pumpkin. whooping cough, and, being influ- more than other brands. This
( is obliged to account her a being to When about half done, or over, slice enced by.that popular, pernicious and mixture, or batter, should be quite stiff.
be trained in propriety. A man'sideal from three to six Sicily lemons, peel foolish impression that all children Add one level teaspoonful? of salt, the
. each of ground cloves,allspice,cinnamon
time of their lives have same
is' not wounded when woman and all, and boil with the melon. This must at some and a little nutmeg. Then add
fails in worldly wisdom ; but if in gives it a fine flavor, and when the these latter diseases, they take no one cup of currants or seedless raisins,
grace, in tact, in sentiment, in deli- sugar is added (about ten minutes be- pains to isolate the sick from the well, a generous allowance of thinly sliced

cacy, in kindness, she should be fore taken oft), it forms a delicioussauce as they do if the disease be scarlet citron wine., and one spoonful of brandy or-

found wanting, he receives an inward indeed. It is also very pretty,. fever.-Ex. Another recipe for coffee cake is as follows -
hurt. as if made with white sugar, it is per- To-Bleach Cotton Cloth. :
fectly transparent.A Three-quarters of a pound of butter,
A Rose Jar. very rich-looking marmalade can Take one large spoonful of sal soda three-quarters of a pound of sugar, one

be made from the melon by boiling it and one pound of chloride lime for pint of molasses, two teaspoonfuls
A writer in one of our English con- cinnamon, two teaspoonfuls
and with thirty yards dissolve in clean soft water ground
down to a paste sweetening ;
temporaries describes the best methodfor ground mace, two teaspoonfuls ground
sugarcane syrup. Cloves and spices ; rinse the cloth thoroughly in cold ginger, one teaspoonful ground cloves,
stocking the jar, and, in doing it, added to this, with lemons or vinegar soft water, so that it may not rot. one teaspoonful ground allspice, four
suggests that the preparation of the make a nice sweet pickle, while, of This amount of cloth may be bleachedin eggs, whftes and yolks beaten separately.
rose stock should be detailed to thecaretaking course, it is always fine for its legiti- fourteen or fifteen minutes. American Grocer.

member of the family, who mate purpose of citron preserves. I I. '
never forgets anything. Gather the MRS. C. Useless Ornaments. QQQQOQQUQOQQQQQQoOOOQOOOQO

rose petals in the morning; let them .. It is the merest folly to suppose that 0S -

stand in a cool place; toss them up A good application of Paine's Baltimore your home is made beautiful by the I Fraud BURS Fruit 'Wrappers Psirv ,

lightly for one hour to dry, then put 3. S. G. Lime to the grove 30 to 90 days addition of little useless ornaments, 8

them in layers, with salt sprinkledover previous to the application of commercial ornaments that do not serve some v NO MORE CHEATING
fertilizers is undoubtedly the finest investment -
each layer in a large covered
the grower can make. See ad. legitimate purpose, as for instance Consumers of Fruit Wrappers mayo
dish-a glass butter dish is a convenient "tidies that tidies that know that they get an honest
m page 860. It will give you larger are never tidy, now
receptacle. You can add to this crops, finer fruit and make your soil hold are either soiled, torn, or off on the 8 ream of 480 sheets and not 400 or 83} ,
for several mornings, until you have commercial fertilizers-applied afterward. floor.-Ex. o sheets to ream as some unscrupulous I\ \

enough stock (from one pint to a -. ..5 C) dealers supply.
quart, according to the size of the jar); The Moral Value of Neatness. Fruit After Meals. C o) OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE" .

stir every morning, and let the whole One of the serious mistakes made by Epicures now claim that the fruit 8
it mothers in their children is in Wrappers are put up In packages of
stand for ten days. Then transfer training course at breakfast should come in at 1000 each and each Wrapper is num- <
I to a glass fruit jar, in the bottom of opposing that careful habits can be the finish, and many doctors add that to be red in printing,consecutively from

which you have placed two ounces of cultivated in careless surroundings. A begin with fruit often brings on headache 1 to 1000.( ) No one can

allspice, coarsely ground, and as much ragged or worn carpet, so little valued as the acids have the stomach
stick cinnamon, broken coarsely. by the mother that grease or ink spots all to themselves for a while.-Phila- 8 HONESTLY BEAT

This may now stand for six weeks, I can be left on it without causing com- lelphia Record. 3 our prices. Send for sample and '.?

closely covered, when it is ready for ment may become a moral calamity. --- T.. j| prices to JII8 -"

' the permanent jar, which may be as Tying the child up in a bib and giving Heavy Curtains. | The Jersey City Printing Co.,.'
pretty as your ingenuity can devise or : it the liberty to spill its food when Heavy. curtains are out of place in

your means purchase. Those with eating is responsible for bad table hab- small or dark rooms, and their primary { JERSEY CITY N. J.POmiTZERBROSFRDITCOMP'Y.

double covers are the best; and very its: in the men and ,women whom we use that of excluding the cold, in this 3oooaoono;o4oc3oooa

pretty ones in the blue and white neet. A child who is made to eat its age of shutters and double windows,

Japanese ware, holdiug over a quart, food carefully; in a room where the is unnecessary, unless, as a housekeep. / ,

'I can be bought for a few shillings. 'furnishings are respected, where a pen. er: once remarked, you do not care toe

Have ready one ounce each of cloves, ilty will follow carelessness, naturally ) so particular-about sweeping.-Ex. .FLORIDA ORANGES
} allspice, cinnamon and mace, all acquires careful manners. .

ground (pot fine); one ounce of orris Many a ,mother spends more time Every one should read carefully. the A SPECIALTY.

root bruised and shredded; two II repairing damages, the results of careless advertisement of The Paine Fertilizer Population>> INDIANA
ounces of lavender flowers, and a small habits, due.largely- to the furnish-, Co. on,page 860, -30,000. IL)W. L ,
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70:, or an average of $133.30 per dy himself, and 'therefore not a cash others. This was done when the tree i.
TOJ3feeO. acre, with a cost not to exceed $50.00 outlay, may be estimated at $.o, in was in full bloom. I picked two
per acre. This year there is every eluding stripping. bushels of excellent fruit from it, and ..
;' Tobacco Culture In One Florida reason to expect as good prices as in The crop was gathered commencingin less than half a peck from all the rest I
County. 1891, and as good weights as last August and ending at the beginning combined. Besides proving the val-
At the recent Tobacco Exposition year. This being the case the resources of October-just past. It is estimatedthat : ue of ashes for peach trees, I disposed ,
will be $500,000 this year there will be 600 poundsonethird 'of the ashes at a high price. There
1 in Pensacola there was read the following from tobacco for the farmers of this fillers and two thirds wtappersYe being few peaches in this section, I )
r letter from Mr. Henry J. Fen. county alone. shall shortly give the exact fig I could have sold these for $3 a bushel,
ton, Tobacco Agent of the F. C. & P. The.question is often asked why my ures of the sale of this experiment. making the ashes worth that sum to ,
R. R.: crop'did not bring as good a price as Bulking and stripping has been very me. But this is not all; the good effects '.
:QUINCY, FLA., Oct. 8, 1892. John Smith's? It is sometimes in the nearly completed, and in a short time will probably last several years. .. ,1
.. Hon. N. D. Chipley, Ptnsacola, Fla.: soil where the crop is grown, some- the crop will be ready for sale. It is .-*HProtection
f MY DEAR SIR:As previous en times in the handling. These two an excellent one in all respects, so far from Frost.
{ gagements prevent my being presentto are very important factors. First ;as we can judge, and should stand The experience of last winter was
address the tobacco growers of select the right soil, second handle No. i on the market. such as to impress upon orange growers
Middle and West Florida, as per my well after growing the crop. Tobaccois Mr. G. L. Michael, whose large the need of some effective and
promise, I herewith submit to you an not like other crops. Grow them, farm adjoins that of Mr. Drawdy, will economical method of raising the tem-
article read at the meeting if you then leave the rest to your help and have about 900 pounds from one anda perature in the orchards in case it
wish to do so. go hunting or fishing. After the cropis quarter acres-the general conditionsand should again drop to so dangerous a
Tobacco growing in Florida is no housed comes the time when care results being similar to those given point as that of last Christmas evening.It .
a. new enterprise, for it was successfully and attention is needed. A whole above. If this experimental effort 01 is true that there are few points
;., punued here before the war, and many crop can be completely ruined by the two growers just named be as successful where serious injury has before been
of her citizens became wealthy, and neglect in 24 hours. Bear this in as it now promises next season done by cold but nobody knows when
r. the tobacco growing sections of Florida mind for they are facts that cannot be there 'will be some thirty or forty the vagaries of the weather clerk may
;. ranked among the first of agricultural denied, and there are grower within acres of the "weed" planted at Glen inflict another dose of unfavorable
t sections in'the United States, and this hall that have experienced this Ethel, and the "wilderness= will bios weather upon us. _
when the war broke out the industry disastrous result. som as the rose," to use a figurative The smudge fires formerly made use
entered into the sleep of nearly a There appears to be a timidity expression.-Sanford Chronicle. of in isolated cases, have been found
r quarter of a century; but at last it the part of some about growing much useless in a case of unusually low tem-
''!o awoke-to be one of the greatest finan tobacco, for fear of overstocking( thl Our readers' attention is called to the perature, and are no longer considered
' cial agricultural industries in the market. Now, sir, if every availablefoot advertisement 8CO.GROVE. of The Paine Fertilizer Co. worth bothering with. _
Southern States; and to prove this I of land for tobacco had grown a on page There are several growers of Riverside --
,1. will quote you facts and figures from crop this season there would not have who, as the result of their own
the of Ellis been to the demandfor AND ORCHARD. experience last winter hence-
p" speech Hon. W. H. at the enough supply .., propose
; Masonic banquet in Quincy, June 24, good tobacco., The amount of Potash- Prevent ""Off- Years." forth to keep ready for use in winter
). 1892, to show you the prosperity of tobacco grown in Florida cuts no appliances for warming the orchards -t
,this little section, which example canandwill figure in market. Carefullly gath- The science of fruit-growing in this on a scale, likely to make the scheme a
: be followed by other local ered statistics show there are 600- country is as far in the rear as the success. They claim to have demon-
ities. '' opo smokers in New York City every science of road making. A good crop strated to their perfect satisfaction that
In the year 1888 the amount of night, and a small average is three of fruit is usually followed by a poor the temperature can be raised in a cold
business done by the merchants of this cigars to a smoker; that is, 1,800,000 one the next season. The cause gen- night from four to ten degrees by the
r town was $246,702. In 1891 it had cigars each night, at 25 pounds tobacco erally assigned is that one full crop so use of fires at regular intervals throughout -
increased to $545,957. In the present to the thousand, and we have exhausts the trees that it takes them the orchard. While it would payto
:. year it is estimated the business transactions 450,000 pounds smoked in New York the second year to recuperate. The make use of these at considerable
i will reach $896,820. An in alone in one night, or each night. exhaustion is not in the trees but in expense, they have not been satisfiedto
;: crease of over $650,000 in the four Now, let every man that can equipto the plant-food available for them. An trust to the crude methods of the
r grow tobacco do so, and have orchard near me bore well last year past.
: years.We never had a bank here until enough in the State next year to at- and equally so this season, simply be Several large growers have provided
f: August 29, 1889, when the Quincy tract the buyers here, and then look cause the trees had requisite food. themselves with coal oil cans, in which
J. .' State bank commenced with a paid up for the long talked of boom. Sir, we Other} orchards in the vicinity bear they will, after making a suitable hole
capital of $60,000. On that day its have got the soil, we have got the little because they have been starved. in the bottom to admit a draft, lay
deposit account was $2,281 and its cjimate, we have got the labor at our People should have learned by this kindling of an easily ignited sort, and
loan,account$1,535. The same date, command, and can get the money. time that orchards, to do their best or upon this put ten pounds of New
I 1891 the deposit account was $48, Now do not let us lose the golden op- even well, require a fertile soil as well Mexican coal. This fuel is bought
000 and loan account $104,000. On portunity for the want of ambition; as the grains and grasses. Just what cheaply in large quantities. The load.
I. June 12, :1892, the deposit account push the enterprise now and Florida manures fruit trees'most require is not ed cans remain under the trees to be
was $IOO,OOO, the loan account$102- will be the banner State in the Union decided; but stable manure is found moved into the open spaces in case of
ooo, with a surplus of$12,000 There .vith her tobacco crop. I to be very effective. Experiments need. When ignited they give fortha
was paid for tobacco alone over the Yours truly, I this season prove that potash in large considerable heat, and will burn six
t;.' counters of this bank in 1891, $300 HENRY J FENTON, quantity is of great value. Near me or seven hours. Different orchards
".. ooo, and they pay a semi-annual divi Manager Tobacco Department, Owl is a man who sold sixteen bushels of will use from eight to twenty-five firesto
: dend of 3 per cent. These are figures Cigar Co., and Tobacco Agent F. plums. None of his neighbors had the acre. There is little doubt that
that show prosperity, and speak for C. & P. R. R. Co. any to spare; and the sole reason he with the larger number of fires named
themselves, as well as the small num .-*. .- did is because he fertilized his trees there would 'have been entire immunity -
,ber of mortgages now on record in our Glen Ethel Tobacco.A with wood ashes. I fertilized an ap- from harm last winter. By this
clerk's office as compared with 1888. very fair, and so far successful, ple tree with the same, and it is in plan the first cost is inconsiderable, the
j In 1890 'there was grown by the effort has been made at Glen Ethel, full bearing, as it also was last year; charge for each can costing about ten
Gadsden county farmers (not includ on the Orange Belt Railway, in raising but carelessly I made a mistake and cents, or from 60 cents to $1.25 an
ing the Owl Cigar Co., Schroder & tobacco. Mr. L. W. Drawdy, of that fertilized a tree bearing natural fruit, acre per night.Another .
Bonn and Carl Voght) 650 acres of place, planted in June and July last of poor quality, instead of a Greeningtree method, and one likely tobe
tobacco, ranging in acreage from one about seven-eighths of an acre of Vn- next to it. The latter has very more extensively and permanentlyused
L to twenty acres in a crop. The aver elta Abajo seed, obtained from Rev.J. little fruit, and that inferior; while the is one devised by H. B. Everest.It .
| age yield was 39 pounds to the acre, I". P. DePass, of the ExperimentalFarm : red cheeks of the abundant natural consists in locating a row of tanks
and: sold for an average price of 25c Station at Lake City, Fla. One fruit seem to smile at my error every containing a cheap grade of petroleum,
. per pound. Total number of pounds ounce only was used, the soil in use time I look that way from my window from which pipes are laid so that the
354,800.: Amount received by the for the purpose being a high pi le where I am writing, says a contributorto oil can be run into receptacles in whichit
' farmers, $63,700, or $08.00 per acre, sandy loam, reasonably good soil, but the National Stockman and Farmer. is Burned. The amount can be
with a cost not to exceed $48.00 per not hammock. It was cultivated in 4 graduated so that the amount of flame
+ acre. the usual way for such crops, and the I have five peach trees. All bore I. can be large or small as is required,
r. In 1891 the acreage increased to entire expense may be given at the en. full crops last season and blossomed and can be turned off entirely if the
a,ooo acres with an average of 450 suing figures : $30 for an equal proportion -. fun this year.; Under one I spreadtwo weather moderates. This plan promises -
pounds to the acre, and brought the each of cotton seed meal, blood bushels of unleached hard wo->dashes to be the most effective, and in the
farmers an average price of 31. cents and bone, and Baker's Orange Food. and out as far as the branches long run the most economical, though
.pei pound; making a total of $308-, The" Ubor? all executed by J Jr. Pf;!f- extend i but did, not fertilize the the first cost is considerable.

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Another plan is to use.a small tank That "New Fruit." should build irrigation works, and de- Hot-house Grapes in London. .
containing enough oil for one or two Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: pend on people buying water after- Editor Fanner and Fruit Grower.
nights. This plan will have a minimum The tree is hardy tropical; begins wards. There are few countries where We are in receipt of your favor of
of about If this can be done at all and no placein the ult. and in "I
cost $15 an bearing at four or five years of age, 21St reply beg to say
I the fires are increased in number the while a bush, and in the course of Southern California. The crops that no grapes are sold in,London at II
!, cost will of course be increased. time makes largebeautiful spread- the majority want to raise with the $3 or $4 per pound. That price I
This fuel will cost about the same ing tree. The fruit ripens in the fall. water in such case are not oranges or might have been in existence 20 years
'as the coal It will be more economical just after nearlyall other fruit is gone. alfalfa but "tenderfeet. And they ago for a few, but at the, present time
in one way. The coal once lighted The size varies as in all other cases, will use the prospects of the ditch to hot-house grapes, plenty of them, are
; all be consumed while the oilcan sell their land and out without sold here and
I must from the size of a very large to a very at is. per pound, wt
be turned off at any time. Thisis small hen's egg, and in color is about putting up a cent. And when you believe prices will now rule from is.
far more easily handled, as one man the consistency and color of the yellow try to sell them water in advance too to 3S. per pound up to Christmas.
could light and extinguish an immense of the boiled-egg. Unlike most many will do the same thing. The Later on in the season when Parliament
number of fires easily and they require other tropical fryits it is usually likedon land is assessed dry, the taxes are assembles, and the London
but little attention. first introduction. It is though, light and they will gamble on the season commences, prices of grapes .
Where neighbors could combine to another one of those peculiar things; prospect of some one building the will advance, more particularly if
prepare for protection, they can be not juicy but dry, sweet, and mealy, water works at some time so as to there be much illness about.
tolerably certain that all the cost and but very nutritious. The seed spring enable them to sell. Years of experience Two years ago, when the influenza
,. trouble will be repaid in the insurance readily if the hard brittle outer shellis will not teach them that some benevolent was prevalent here and grapes much
of safety gained. Individuals can removed. Seed should be plantedin capitalist is not some day wanted through February and March,
effect something alone, but we have i pots or cans and kept in cold coming to invest hundreds of thousands many tons of grapes sold here from6s.
thus called attention to this matter to frames, or hot beds, until spring, and waive his interest for years, to, 8s. per pound. They were
I suggest the need of co-operation, when they should be placed%where, so that they can sell land for 50 to 100 principally Gros Colmar and Alicante.
; which will lessen expense and make they are to grow. I am now ready to times what it cost them, and at the Gros Guillaume, and Lady Downes'
: results more satisfactory. The expenditure supply the seed of this fruit-see ad same time relieve them of the necessityof are also late grapes.W. .
of a few thousand dollars in the "cent a word" column.I putting up a dollar or obligating the N. WHITE & Co.
land in On the driest and London, England,Oct.5th i8g .
last year would have saved a half million hardly know what name to give any way. .
dollars in this valley, and thoughthe you {for this fruit. We call\ it commotI most worthless land without water thisis Sick-Headacbe yields> to BBKCHAM'S Piti*.
chances are against another cold have heard it called egg fruit, almost as bad as elsewhere-and thereare < "
night (for the next eight or ten years, teas, these are home names. I have always enough to block any game Oklahoma Notes.In .
the danger is to these that will give a company the actual
enough canistelin
warrant read that in Cuba it is called
letter Dr. C. Neal
reasonable precautions.- Riverside' cost of the water. And it is quite uselessto a personal J. ,
Mexico; zapote, etc.
Director of the Station
Press. WM. P. NEELD. tell them what water costs. They
-bet consider the land everything and the says:
The "Forest Culture." I water nothing.I Our station is as busy as a bee. We
The Future of Irrigation in Cali-
Editor. Farmer and Fruit Grower fornia. have "been there" and know shall plant over 100 varieties of wheat
It is called forest culture. I smile of worksa whereof I write. I know also the next month, one-tenth acre to a
The water
days simple -
when I think how long it will take opinions and experience of all the variety, and just now are harvesting
some folks to "see it." Don't know plain ditch from a flowing streamare leading water promoters and projectors sixty acres of cowpeas, fourteen
just how long it will take me to "get over in Southern California. All and builders in Southern Califor- varieties. These are novelties to most
there." I think I have seen it just as ways of getting water on any exten- nia, as well as the opinion of capital of our people, they call them beans,
I fancy Mr. Dudley Adams has it. I sive scale are now complicated and generally on the subject. You will see but I have demonstrated their valueon
no longer care to cultivate except to subject to many more interesting con no more water works built except new land. There will be a thousandacres
mix my fertilizer and scatter and mix tingencies than formerly. If J. H. through some combined action of the planted next year in Oklahomawith
the vegetation with the soil. Only and 99 others having 160 apiece land owners or ownership of a large these peas, if seed can be ob
two things seem needful in orange culture should all agree to put the land to- tract by the company. And there is tained. .
that is water and fertilizer, Culti- gether and form a landowners' com- no way to get combined action'except We have two hot months here,
vation don't make moisture with me. pany and build efficient water workshe through the Wright law or somethinglike August and September, hot and dry'and
Our new land holds moisture better would strike, before he ever saw it. Whether it is the best systemor but little wind.
than the old. Rain is my only hope. water on his land, a far worse "row not, whether it is as efficient as it But 0, the dust, how unlike Florida,
Shade to the land protects it from of stumps" than he has yet seen under might be or not, are not the questions.The dust and flies as I never saw them be-

evaporation better than cultivation. I the Wright law. And this would be public school system is more ex- fore. am not satisfied that a drought ever so if the water right, rights of way pensive, leads to more jobbery and For o Tired Urmia .
shortened my crop before, but even and reservoir sites were given the land makes more quarreling than the private Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate.* '
this time my "buds" have as many owners. But he would never live to system, yet it is the only way to Dr. O.%C. STOUT, Syracuse+ee,N.Y.,aya:
oranges as I care for them to carry.I see the time when more than 40 per get general education, and with all "I gave it to one patient whowas unableto
intend to go straight ahead and cent of his fellow land owners would its dafects we have to stand it, becauseit transact the most ordinary business,
simply keep up the vigor and appear put their lands into such a combina- is the only way to compel the fossils because the his least brain mental was'tired exertion.and confused Immediate -
ance of my grove, and feel 'confident tion or make binding contracts to pay and the misers to contnbute to the upon benefit, and ultimate recovery fol-
of future honesty. Others are pilingon interest on the actual cost of the water indispensable cost.-Rural Califor- lowed."
fertilizers and fitting in irrigating and a sinking fund for repairs from nian.
plants. 1 think the insects and fun- the day the water was delivered. Andif I-.-. BO pens you and need ink stationery? If so,send of any to DaCosta kind paper Frimt*
gus do more damage than drought or he should attempt to buy out the Catarrh Can't be Cured and Publishing Horse,Jacksonville,Fla
bad management. The soil in my other owners so that he could do it with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
grove this year, for the first and only himself, before he reached the last 40 they cannot reach the seat of the dis- JT T EVAPORATORTHE
time, must be thoroughly and deeply per cent. of them he would wish he ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu- HUB ZIMMERMAN, ..
broken to destroy the mat and mass had never been born. And if he has tional disease, and in order to cure it Blffinat- .....aid<<,!f...The. Dlwltn\M Stn4r4HMhl Catai.ta.D.'
of fibrous rootlets that are no longerof any idea of what water costs he would you have to take internal remedies.
use to the tree. If deep rooted not pay the price that the very first Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally -
weeds grow they fill the earth with owner is likely, at this day, to ask for and acts directly on the blood and mE ICKLY3
their ,substance-nothing is lost, the his land. mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
shade afforded by the top probably Irrigation{ works cannot now be Cure is no quack medicine. It was LOOK NG CHllDRlrI1IbJed
gives to the soil more than the roots built for scattered tracts. The land prescribed by one of the best physiciansin
take from it. Pile on the fertilizer, must be in a body and the projectorsmust this country for years, and is a reg- Ii0f1 iS to II ne PA bM'P JIll""medz.fop are mod UbI W....flrabl.t.. ''Wt*
shade the ground, and never turn the have the cutting of a clean pieceof ular prescription. It is composed of Been 61 ye"n'B.A.FAHHE.TOCK'.Y to DIM!&.1\4.ney.rfafl. .!
wrong side up, and spray for insects cloth. The land once scattered in the best tonics known, combined with 'arttthatth"IftttfiWI..... D'. oWlet

and fungus and you will come out many hands, all attempts to unite it at the best blood purifiers, acting directly COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY UMIY EMITT,
with a pocket full of "rocks." Yours a price that will justify building water on the mucous surfaces. The per- I.UDClTOIf..JltT.
for "forest culture," works are futile. Equally so is the attempt fect combination of the two ingredientsis a.1ttp.1.t-k..ptat,3rda.N.alablaadTyp.: .1 Teli'.ispwlda.' .
WM. P. NEELD. to sell water in advance, to what produces such wonderful re- WrUq sad r.Mir., I"'p'" 1OUt....
.nta. P ..h_. IIt.GOO Grallu t......... ......Jr-.
I enough owners to justify the expense, sults in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials Ndrr. WILBUR B. SM1TU Ttf\. iiJMtra,Kz-

BROWN'S IRON BITTERS and pure idiocy is any attempt, to free.F. BOWLING-SREEN ACIDEIY.
Cures In build worlds without doing so. Any J. CHENEY &CO., Props., To-
Dyspepsia, schoolboy can figure out bankruptcyin ledo, 0.Sold k'uandsnoc.n.Iiealthrecordpertect.l bi t rtt&a-- .
: digestion Debility, two minutes for any company that by druggists, 75C.Y VUnM Jfa 6I1..A..u.or Ta....vllaf: CCftarfwlow..T...
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State Alliance Meeting. many, their opportunities scanty; but, 1 Poland and Finland, the immigrationwas Industrial Items.

The Hon. A. P. Baskin, of Marion though sorely beset by poverty and trifling ten or fifteen years ago. The best financiers,and they should \ '

county;, was unanimously re-elected privation, the day is surely coming In 1891 it amounted to more than be property holders, should be appointed ,.
president and S. K. Causseaux, of when the homespun people of the 42,000. From Italy the immigrationto as county commissioners, and

Wakulla, was unanimously chosen South shall have their own and no this country began only recently, not, as now, recommended by the ..
_? vipr sident. John A. Moore, of longer form a target for epithets as but in 1891 it was over 76,000. This county conventions when all is bustle j

( Escambia, was elected secretary and empty as the minds that cast them.- volume has increased during the present and excitement, but have a separate :.
L treasurefj also unanimously, and A. Pensacola News.Immigration year, and unless checked it will be election in each district for commis- '

W..Weeks'was unanimously reelectedS much greater in 1893. We are only sioners. Then the people would have

lecturer: X, B. Palmer, Washing-- Should be Stopped. beginning to receive the Jewish immi their choice, and no cause for grumb <, :
ton county, and John A. Moore, of Before the arrival of the cholera gration. If it is allowed to continue ling. The Times would cheerfully c,1

.t, Pensacola, :were elected delegates to ships, Mr. Francis A. Walker, so eminent unrestricted, it is likely to amount to publish the views of others on the sub- ,
the National Alliance;' which meets at as statistician, had already come a million in the next eight years. The ject, as its mission is to bring to notice :

4 Memphis, November 15, with L. W. to the conclusion that for the welfareof present depression of industry in Eng needed reforms that are to the best interest ;
Crompton, of Polk, and W. I. Vason, lann will swell the tide, and. new of the citizens. ,'l
of Leon alternates. the republic it is time that this sources of supply in Europe are openedas : T

The next State Alliance js tome tin "stream of European immigration, : time goes on. Two-thirds of the $500 DeSoto county .',-

Gainesville. Resolutions- thankingthe now swollen to such enormous volume, : This means tremendous competitionin would have to pay for a display at ..
va.nous'.railroad companies and should be peremptorily checked." He the labor market of this country, the World's Fair would be paid by ,

Escambia county Alliance for courtesies would have the dam raised it and a lower scale of wages and of corporations, and the taxpayers wouldnot .
rendered were adopted, and the and restrictive living. It means imported squalorand miss the small amount they would
by specific restraining
grand rally was over.-Pensacola and degradation contaminating the have to pay; and yet, if you wish to ..!
legislation, not by merely temporary
News. collect them at the court-house, circu- '
in condition of the population already '
< quarantine expedients put
late a that the County Commissioners ,
here. Hence Mr. report
Talk. for of Walker, who opposed :
Trashy opperation a single occasion
the of the Chinese ex intend to levy a tax to raise the :,
r We regret to see in a recent editoR emergency and danger. Mr. Walker passage
of and who
amount $500, men own a ::1
elusion bill has
rial reference of the Tampa Tribuneto writes of the subject in the last numberof ten years ago, now ,
large area of land and other ,
his mind.
.the Yale Review and with completely changed
the Third Party and its local more .
sup .f
I welcomes it but never subscribe for a newspaper, 1
as "striking proclamation
porters,the phrase "poor white trash." precise knowledge of the existing facts I '
I of the and the of put in an appearance.
and clearer view of the prospective right duty a
To the general tenor of the editorial a t
in question exception can be taken.It I situation than we have yet seen displayed nation to defend itself against what "
South Florida will have much
iswith,the I in its discussion.He was believed to be a corrupting and never f
phrase we quarrel.
better transportation than at present,
r It is true that the chief strength of points out that our very pros- degrading" immigration from whatever without and .
immigration capital. I
quarter. He rejoices in it as furnish
is its destructionby
the Third Party has been found perity inviting own
for exclusion There is no capitalist that is fool .
ing a precedent
the classes of the Southern inciting this unparalleled foreign necessary _
build railroad
of enough to a through a
whites, but we know of no reason desire to participate in it.C'The rate more general application. 1-
where there is
nothing to
"Self-defence, as he truly "is country
why honest poverty should involve of wages for common labor in the says,
The one railroad we now "
the first law of nature and of nations. transport.
disgrace or justify any such condem United States, as he says with an have, with its high rates, is always in
By letting in this flood of squalid immigration
of the
involved in
that the
nation as obnox exact knowledge comparative
the hands of a receiver. We need a
statistics "is which now pouring upon us in ,
ious phrase. now a point '
Plant or a Flagler, and no use of '
increasing volume crying
we are destroying
"Poor'white trasht"-such was the would allow an industrious workingman
for all out new railroads unless the resources -
our people the natural advantages
designation under which the plain having full employment, to sub of Florida can be shown abroadto
people of the South. fought the hard sist his family, according to the standard which tempt it to our shores. attract immigration and capital. We
life ''in those dark of in of the Accordingly, and precisely explain
battle of! years ere living prevailing many L Li
are in the rut and there to remain
the abolition of slavery made laborhonorable. countries of Europe, by the expenditure ing his remedy, Mr. Walker would, I i without Times.
t: of one third of his income. That "for the ten years next ensuing" require : -<. S

To that class-to the bone and sinew margin of living offered here to such a "a deposit of $100 from every Near St. Thomas, in this county, .
,. of the South, to the men who, with wonderful degree, "a degree unknownand alien entering our ports after January and about eight miles from Dade City
little and much to lose unthought of in lands x, l93" If the immigrant leaves is located of -
: ,to gain foughtthe many a colony thrifty, prosperous .
battles of the Confederacytheclose furnishes the motive of the present country within three years he and industrious Germans, who
! of that conflict brought an emancipation immigration, so enormous in its vol. would refund the amount to him. If have made the wilderness to blossomas

, )' as complete as that which ume. The story of it has reached the he remains that long he would repay the rose. Theirs is an agriculturaland
came to, the slave. most ignorant and the most degradedof it to him "upon the presentation of horticultural region, and it is
Under the old.regime labor bore a the European peoples. It is as if satisfactory evidence that he is at the from this point of view that its future
spurious air of disgrace. The white a new mine of wealth had been openedup time a law abiding and a self support wealth and resources must be con- fj

whb, 'difrelt in ,poverty and obscurity, to the world, so vast and so ex- ing citizen." Such a measure, he sidered. It would interest any one to "
,- who with his own hands, forced from haustless that the fame of the discovery calculates, would at once cut off nine- visit this prosperous colony and learn
nature i a scanty subsistence' was the dullest and most sod tenths of the immigration which would the cold, hard facts about what has ::,'

this man who formed the lowest rung den. Races and nationalities which otherwise take place during the ten been done by the people who, coming
off the social ladder. hitherto had never thought of passing years between 1893 and 1903, and it here with practically nothing, have -:
{ 'lu war found him with little capital beyond their countries' boundaries would be the most undesirable part, drawn right out of the earth with

ana left Turn with less. His lot since have heard the story, and are packingup for on the\ whole, such a money test orange groves, strawberries and farm, 1

thenliis,!been,narrow and full of difficulties. their little traps to get to the land is the best which could be applied to products, good livelihoods, and laid .:,'
.- But in his veins flows that of promise. Countries which had discriminate between the valuable and the foundations for substantial fortunesin

sturdy Anglo-Saxon blood which nothing appeared not at all, or to a very slight the valueless immigrants. the near future. The colony is

can subdue!, and'which in the long extent, in our statistics of the nation Undoubtedly this great questionwill composed entirely of Germans. Theyare

run win give him the place in our social alities of immigrants, are now the command the serious and imme- good citizens, too, unsurpassedfor
economy'he long:ago earned: sources whence is coming a vast and diate attention of Congress when nextit their common sense, industry and
These men are not "trash.." They increasing immigration. From Austria- assembles. The cholera-laden immigrant patriOtism. These people have given \

are'Americans-: men Southern blood Hungary we received none until within ships have /Breed it into such value to the land, have pro-

{ andfeel|ng, They are'the,men upon recent years, but in 1891 the numbercoming prominence, otherwise a decade of duced such results, and so conspicu-

whom,depends the future of our sec-: thence was more than 71,000. argument as to the perils involved ously demonstrated its fertility, that ,
tI From Poland we obtained only.500 in might have been necessary to give it the acres in this section are rapidly ;
1I'hpserwho-JOiow* I --them:best.respect! 1877, but in 1881 the total was proper place in the public thought.- appreciating in value.-Dade City

tbem-lQost..7.-, Their" .burdens' -': have. been I 27,000. From Russia, overt New York Sun. Democrat.

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September Weather.The reports them frequent, Orlando, which 1888-1892.

mean temperature, 78.5, was reports them as "several," and Myers,
slightly below the average for the State. which reports them as occurring with F1ANIcItIN SYSTEfS OF I1 .IG8.TIOfl.

There were three well defined thermal nearly every rain, there were 12 stations
areas, one warm and two cold. The which reported a total of 106 thunder: THE MOST EEOHOMAL RELIABLE AND EFFICIENT-
isotherm of 76 degrees enclosed each of storms. Beyond slight injury to two ,

the cold areas, which were located, one men and to the building in which they In Successful Use Since 1888
in Leon county, Western Florida; the were at Fort :Meade, and a church in "

other in DeSoto county, in Southeastern Okahumpka, no damage. was reported.WIND. .. in Orange Groves and Vegetable Gardens in size from sir. acres ;to :pile* .
Florida. The isotherm 80
degrees, en-
elosed the warm area, which extended- The prevailing direction of the wind hundred and seventy-five acres. .' ...* ****i
westward from the eastern coast across was northeast and in some sections was.
I have perfected, and tested by use, an arrangement of light'steel
the central part of Brevard county and at times, destructive fences, fruit
the southern portions Lake and Orange trees and fruit. The maximum veloc- tubes as a substitute for the perishable hose.JJLtylES. ':

counties to the central hilly country, I ities, directions and dates are given by FRANKLIN J
being almost entirely across this sectionof the following stations: Eustis, 25 miles, _
the State. This warm area was nearly southeast, on 12th; Jacksonville, 31 Mont rerde, Pla.* .
coincident with that section reporting miles, southwest, on 13th: Jupiter 24 ..

the heaviest precipitation, the greatest miles, southeast, 'on 17th; Key West, 34, : JOHN CLARK SON & CO ,7.
number of rainy days and the least nuni- miles, northeast, on 17th; Pensacola, ,
ber of thunder storms. 45 miles,south on- 13th; Tampa, 27 miles,

The highest reported temperature, 94 southwest, on 13th; itusville: 42 miles, GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHAN1Sj: -
degrees, occurred at Iullet Key and Or- northeast, on 29th. .
lando on the 5th and at Bristol on the MISCELLANEOUS.Jacksonville icy;

24th and 25th; the lowest, 60 degrees, reports solar halos on the DEALERS IN- r J-.,"....1"
occurred at Bristol and Pensacola on the 6th, 8th, 10th, 15th, 18th. '

15th and 16th,respectively. The monthly E. R. DEMAIN, Director. 1 Coal Grain Wines .'f: .'
range of temperature for the State was Jacksonville, Fla., Oct.. .12th. 1892. # Hay, ; Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco. ry",. Etc.",;. :

34 degrees, which equals the greatest JACI.cSONVIL +E,; P LA. '" ; :t:
monthly range' at Bristol. The least Florida Weather Service.

monthly range of temperature? 17 degrees METEOROLOGICAL SUMMARY SEPTEMBER 1892 ...,..J

occurred at Amelia. The highest w; c-... a PRICE LIST OF WHISKEY. .:.. ,_ ,.

mean maximum temperature, 88.7, occurred CII _-0 Parker.$1 75 Martin: Bye............. .............3 00
at Plant City; the least, 81.5, at Qd CII oaS Orange Valley.......................... 2 00 Virginia Glades ........................-. 4'OO
Amelia. The minimum STATIONS.s S oa I SJrlng'.alley.: ..... ..................... 2 5O Old Bourbon........................;....."'&;
highest mean = ,Qp. HawH >:North Carolina Corn................... 2 50 Kentucky Sour Marsh... .....,......-'fi'tO
temperature, 77.2 degrees, occurred at e g Clifton Club '..... ............... Old Baker ................... ......... O .
Clermont and the least, 67.8, at Talla- N a Montrose Velvet.................:.8TOO: <-- "T
hassee. The highest mean monthly tem- jugs Extra: One gallon, 2SC.; two gallon,5oc.; three gallon, 750. Remit Jby post office! Imtntr
Amelia........................... 86 69 10.35 order,check or registered letter. We cannot ship C.O. D. to dry towns. '
perature,81.8, occurred at Key West and Avon Park ................ ...... 88 70 10.01 A complete list of Groceries, and Wine ,sent free :'c :
pnce Kist on application.
the lowest, 75.2, at Avon Park and Talla- BristolBrooks............................ .94 60 4.00
hassee. vlllo....................... 00 62 977 JOHN CLARK '
SON &; CO.
Clermont... ..................... 00 'l2 5.88 ,
RAINFALL. Eustis ...............:............. 93 6b 8.07 ,.
The mean rainfall, 9.58 inches, was federal Point............... .... 91 65 13.51Fortbleade -
above the average for the State. The ....................... 89 66 7.12 WE CAN TELL YOU :
least rainfall, 1.72 inches, occurred at Grasmere.I.........:........... 00 66 ..*..
Green Cove Springs ............. 68 15.83
Pensacola and the greatest, 16.67 inches, Homeland ........................ ..2 6-i 9.01 How to make Fertilizers Ua
at Titusville. The rainfall was deficientin Jacksonville ..... ................ .92 66 1404 good AT HOME *
Jupiter. ...... ..... .......... 91 69 24.43 r
Western and excessive in Eastern
Key West.J......................... 00 69 405
Florida. For the State, the average KissimmeeManatee .... ................. .. G8 1366
number of cloudless, partly and cloudy ) .......................... 91 G8 8.51 Soft Phosphates
.01' VIerrltt's Island.................. 89. 72 8.04
and which inch
days days on of an
.; )Mullet Key........................ 9-1 7' 4.81
or more of precipitation fell, were, respectively )Myers......... .................. 89 ';0 1366
7, 14, 9 and 17. There was an Ocala .............................. 89 68 15.56 Saving you $7.00 to $1d.OO per ton on the prleea you
excess in Eastern Florida of from 10 to Orlando........................... 94 68 9.12 are now paying, for Fertilizers. ***
Pensacola ...... .................. 92 60 1.72
37 per cent in the number of,rainy days, Plant City........................... 93. 65 1.83 .tirBend'lor: Special Florida Circular giving directions for making .
the maximum, 26 days or 87 per cent, St. Augustine............'........ 86 63 14.50
being reached at Kissimmee. St. Petersburg........... ........ 91 70 8.36 Fruit and Truck Fertilizers
Tallahassee ............ ......... 87 61 3.00 ,
THUNDER-STORMS. Tampa ..... .... ... ... ......,.. 68 6.67
Excluding Green Cove Springs, which .Tarpon Springs.......\A...... ....... 93 90 67 69 16.67 8.15 W. S. POWELL & CO., Chemical Fertilizer. Manufacturer: ,

803 to :310 Bm ly'a Wharf; BALTIMORE MD.
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SIZES. Harrow {/JJf Sausage Heat, Xlnet
Meat* Scrapple, Suet,
The Beat all around Rotary Harrow and Pulverizer. Hamburg Steak for
told. NO EQUAL for Fall and plowed Peach Orchard land, Stubble Leaves, Vineyards no- Meat t C Chopper O Dye eptiea, -Pepper*,
1 Head,
farrow or ridge. Angle of teeth adjustable. Send Doe Cheese,
for Catalogue. Mention thU Paper. Address .G'TI N NED.-U Chicken Chicken Salad Croquette.I Hash

D. S. MORGAN & CO. Brockport N.Y. j Codfish, Scrap Meat
1 The e Best 1 is the e WorlJ for Poultry, ,ot>ater.,
Trifie, Clams Corn for
WANTED. For Sale by the Fritters Stale BreadHardware
Trade. for Bread Crumbf,

CALADIUM or ELEPHANT EAR BULBS Send for- -Catalogue ..... I Beans IIorsexadlabvrni', &a. Also 'for

Enterprise\ "' HT' Co 1: making' Beef Tea for
... g i/, Invalids;PutTertdac
Crackers, Mashing
Third A Dauphin S ta., 72
Address, stating avenge site and price per barrel, Philadelphia, Pa. No.1 0 $3.00"Potatoes, &c.. ;
HOBT. BUIST, Jr., Philadelphia, Penn.
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;:.... Ducks and Eggs;also Bronze Turkeysand make any animal eat and grow fat. They have. : ]
'. Definite -- ---- offers-- -inserted free. State McNeil Peas for sale. Mrs. W.H. MANN, on equal for chickens,and are a sure cure for salt
exchange Mannville, Fla. 10-13-51 sick cattle. For sale everywhere in Florida. .|
what you hare and what yon want. Sample peckages sent by mail for 35 cents. W. Lemons Oranges Grapes Peaches 3
: Open to subscribers only. FROZEN OUT FRUIT GROWERS will find G.TILL s aZAN,Palatka Fla. 8-25-131 1
,frost proof fruit lands in the Pabor Apples, Berries, Green and
G o" EXCHANGE-65 City Lots and 10 acres of1&DdiuJ'ac1aourine. Lake Colony. Wnte far particulars to W. E. Dried Fruits.Will 1
,Fla., value$5,000,will be PABOR, Manager, Avon Park, Fla. io-i3-tf PlORIDA.DlSPATCH pay cash. Send for a Dally Bulletin .
all ,for in Leesburg, 'f.&RowRM
exchanged or part property
Pf Fl*, or Vicinity i will pay some cash difference Seasoned Orange Box Ileada. i" a I I, M. ,E. BALLARD .& CO., .i
; on rood pay property.. Address P. O. Box We carry more dry lumber than any mill'in ERtfR' fARMERSAWANCt 3449 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago 111., >
sa6,Leesbnrg,Lake County,Fla."CENTAWORD" the Southl and are prepared to fill orders for box I h..innu.Nwrr, General Produce Commission Merchants and
] large quantities at short notice. Dry a aoruouoarro Jwauuuw un Shippers. 7-aS-6ino 1,
COLUMN.To Flooring, Ceiling and Siding specialty. TILGH- '1
MAN-WILSON Co.,Palatka Fla. 7-2112t CHAS. W. DaCOSTA, Publisher. B.. PRESLEY & CO., j 1

insure insertion in this column, advertisements PLANTS-Send for price list .
must be accompanied by the money. STRAWBERRY I,Grand Bay,Ala. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: LEADING
Advertisements must not exceed fifty words.
: Postage Stamps received in payment. 8ngtWALL For One Year ...............................$2.00 FLORID.A ORANGE DEALERSOF :j

o Count every word,including.. name and address. PAPER-Cheaper than any house in For Six Months................._..... -.,,.*! 1.00
state. Sam pies,prices and instructionsfree THE 1
T "WA NTED-Seventy-five sweet seedling Orange ,by mail. J.P. ROBINSON, 15 W. Bay street, Subscriptions in all.cases cash in advance.
Trees,cue inch or more. Must be first-class Jacksonville,! Fla.* 3-24-601 NORTHVlESTpST. ';
'I In every respect. H.F-.zEDL.l.NDD. Rates of Advertising on Application. PAUL, MINN. :\
t. STAWBERRY PLANTS-Clouds Hoflmans, REMITTANCE should be made by Check
AVOID DISASTER-Use Perfection Rein Guard. Crescents. Strong plants now Postal Note, Mpney Order, or Registered Letter,
,;- prevents horses switching over ready. Send for prices. CLARK LEWIS, Ilamp- to order of POTTLITZER BROS./ FRUIT C01IP'Y
the lines. Agents and dealers coin money. Sam- on, Fla. 7-28-i3t ,
c General Manager,Salem, Ohio._8-ii-iot P EPAIR your old family Bibles; make them at
.. r IV good as new. DaCosta Printing and Publishing FRUIT GROWER. FLORIDA ORANGES \

r.; .. FOR SALE-7,000 Orange, Lemon and Grape House,Jacksonville,Fla. t Jacksonville, Fia.Craps .
'': Buds; all budded on sour stock and A SPECIALTY.
fine in the earliest
TJOONE'S EARLY, quality;
-N in use. Limited supply of trees. Au-
", rantium orange Pomelo. Mr. Clauser, of Longwood, Population FT. WAY N H, IILDIAKR,
;" received returns in February, from Barber&Co., linlll 50,000.
ORANGE SIZ1tR5-Ayer' Perfected-has no Chicago: Common Pomelo, net, $1.23; Aurantium. -
f., to break or get out of order. Address $2.30. Some fine trees. Also,large Tardiffbuds Established 1866.EDWARD .
ALTKXD ATE Lake Weir Fla. Florida Fruit
,or Orlando
k on sour. JAMES Mon, Nursery.
Exchange sonv1Ue. Io-2ost .
t. FAMILY COWS, Heifers and Butter for sale. FOR SALE Whipporwill pees, per bushel, f.o. .,
k;'7 SCHKADEK,Waverly Farm,Tallahas- ., $2.00; Conch peas(limited quantity),per VALUABLE NOVELTIES.Highest AGENT FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
L ..-.. IO-2O-2t: pound, post paid, 2oc; Chufa seed, per pound ,;
, post paid< 35c; per peck, f. o: b., $1.50; pearl WHOLESALE COMMISSION FRUIT
LJtCONTJt Keiffer, Wilder and Idaho Pear millet four pounds, standard of
per pound post paid 35C; Vines by more thorough '
k and Marianna Plums, &c. '1.25; ten pounds f. o.b.,$2.00. Send cash with grading than those generally received from any- AND VEGETABLE.Prompt .
Large lot'of Mariannas for Budding and Grafting order. EXCELSIOR SEED FARM, Keuka, Fla. I where. Large discounts on large orders.
i. on hand. Will sell chap. Address Florida 2-4-tf One assorted case of our different Florida Wines Returns. Stencils on application.
V Nursery,T. M.PUUESTOX, Monticello. Fla. (i2>bottles) given as Premium with order 226 and :238 North Delaware,Are., .
' lo-ao-it. TLORIDA'S advantages for small investments amounting to$50,oo or more. Send for estimate
F see "Real Estate Journal" Arcadia Fla. I before ordering elsewhere. AddressE. PHILAD LPHIA.. PA.

; CHICKS FOR. Langshans SALE-Brown and Plymouth Leghorns,Rocks.Black $1.00 per year: sample,with state cents. DUBOIS, p.O. Box 182,

, Ss.ooper trio; old fowls, $7.00. ALBERT FRIES ; 2-r4-um Tallahassee, Fla. W. H. BROWN & CO.,
fit. Nicholas. xo-2o-2t SEE THEM GROW-Those Pear and other New Beggar Weed Seed 250 per lb., post paid.
trees etc. Pierson is getting ready for 161 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK,
.r.. SUDS of the "New Fruit," or Commot. 3oc the fall trade. Prices now ready. SUMMIT T,.- ,. ? :! BERKSHIRE. Chester Poland White Chin, e
,! Liper by mail. WM. P. NEELD, Pinellas, NURSERIES, D. L. Pierson. Monticello, Fla. rM. PIns Jersey Gnernttjr an lHolitela
:J io-2o-4t 8.11-91 .,-' Cattle: Thoroughbred FLORIDA ORANGES.
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;. GERMAN HARES for sale. Two to four dollars FANCY PIGEONS-Bought,sold and exchanged. _,_, .;:_- r aDd Sheep.HOBM Fancy Dogs Poultry.Catalogue.Banting
C. T.MCCRORET,Titusville, Fla. for what you want. Stamp for reply. .. W. I4JHT11.. Coc ....ville.Cbuter C....Yana CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. *
' IO-30-ft LLOYD GRANT, Lady Lake, Fla. 7-28-521

'MACARTNEY ROSE Plants and Cuttings make .
*** strong,beautiful evergreen fences. For sale. ,
r M.O'NEUX, Fairbanks. Fla. io-2o-6t '
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it SEVEN Young Hounds, six White Embden .
1 ,seven Gray Toulouse Geese and two
1 Peacocks for sale cheap by A. J. ADAMS Mana-
''z tee, Fla. io202tA x0w :DOES 'HIS CATCH: : YOU?

** Stock grow;wards off disease. Circulars and Send us an order for 5 boxes Cream Fruit or FRANK: a ANTA'ge
testimonials. E.W. AMSDEN,,Ormond, Fla. -
r: 10-6-3m Banta's Pepsin Chewing Gum, and wevill \'\ s

Wit manufacturing a Soft.Bone Phosphate, send you a handsome Gloria Silk, eight steel rib t 'JI
=.. analyzes cent. soluble phos- i...
r; photic add. This should Umbrella, either wood or silver handle one that ,
L fruit grower in the country. For composting "
fl. is unnvaled. Price and samples on application. you will be proud to carry. *
Correspondence solicited. THE COWLKS & JOR-
' PAM FERTIIJZSR Co.,Bartow,Fla. 10-13-31

,.{' 'C01l'8AL1tone second hand Washington Banta's Cream Fruit and Pepsin Gam

.F Hand Press for sale cheap at this office.Write .
for otrticnlarTANKS is not equalled for fine chewing qualities, flavor, indigestion,etc. This offer is only good for

't-; ,. -C. M. DAVIS & SON, Palatka Fla., 90 days, merely as an advertisement to get our Gums more thoroughly introduced.
Manufacturers of Cypress Tanks Tubs'and .
3r Vats. Large Water Tanks a specialty, for railroad Manufactured by F. J". BANTA, I sins, Ohio.
t and Irrigating purposes. Send for price
.. list. io-13-ut FOR'SALE BY -

f,: "T7OR,"SALE-:Three hundred thousand Grape H. DWSENBBRRV Sd CO.,
.r Fruit. and one hundred thousand Sour Scions.f I
f Very fine Prices very reasonable. S. M. Manufacturers and Jobbers of Fine Candies. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

f 8rxf HKX ,Lakeland, Fla. 10-22-Ut J // ,
l'' IVe will positively stop giving. umbrellas with Cream Fruit and Pepsin Gum after Nor. 2502.t' '

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Pure one Ground Bone, Dark and Bright Cotton: See 1. JVIoal: ,

minimal Bone and, Toba.coo Stems: ,

E. Blood, Bono and Potash, Canada Hard "VSTood, I

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have bought the entire issue of co : I
SAw' Mlhh: ShiTYPLIE -
Prof.. Whitner's Gardening in Florida; o ::I
We are State We Have .0 cc
.will mail 'a of same to all parties Agents for the o
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One and TwoHorse 4 HORSE HAY RAKES v

t sending us-$2.00 renewals or new '
In stock. And Building Meterlal.
1 subscribers. 8 and G feet tread.
Remember you must send us The 6 foot is suitable -
:::- '/In. = ,for use In
: '2.00 to entitle you to this book #- "MORE TESTIMONIALS"for,
J.complete stork of i ORANGE GROVES.
C.. W. DACOSTA,' Mo\per and _- } --. ---,.,-.r_ old urn than number any other of macMaa hatchet? *
Jlepalr on hand at MADE. 401nraocfta falop ratlon >
Write !for Prices.WE
V r. "-.., PUBLISHER. .J"acto'1l1"rice.. at Doatar.Xllinoia. ZS.
chicks hatched at ODe time
,;;;,- .. CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF THE FAMOUS"TEXAS with a200 era capacity Reliable
-;'. K." FREE !, RANGE PLO VS,!"! in stampe.for Addrws new Uloswateacatalogue. ,

A. Full LIne of Jlrpalrg for Same. .

< : A Life Size Crayon Portrait of Acme Orange Grove and Two-Horse PulverIzing Harrows, the Boy Fellable Incubator Brooder Co.-,QuIncy,III!

r yourself or friends, FREE. In Dixie Cast Plows, and a full line of Farm and Agricultural Implementsof Mary had a Little Lamb,

-- ; order to introduce our work in all descriptions. Agents for the Planet Jr. Horse and Hand Tools, sold (lump jow .'IIIIrJ.) It's wool was all the OWe -

your 'Section of the country we at factory prices. Send for catalogues. make it up In

_. will for a short period make, free BUSINESS SUITS
) for 81 0.00 yon know.
of charge to any one sending in a Tj \
UJ These CiitiauMiJi Salts art
photograph, a Life Size Crayon
-n $ popular throughout A serlea-
111 Portrait Free. Likeness guaran- J because they represent theO

teed. Our crayons are made by a m very C>ItiiMief IKikkjDnit,
: skillful artist, and..are a work of.. and are essential to every
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ITL art; good for only a m "
for economy and Af f KA -
[ short time-if want to take I '
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advantage of it, send in your, photograph .- i stamps,stating kind of garment

at once toGKADE -fl---- = or suit desired,and Ire
t )'" ,R -t y will forward you SAMPLESof

: fiIGfi ART CO., of Cheviot.,Cassimeres.etc.,
-. ij\f1, 0 measurement rules and
I 122 Quincy St.,CIcago, Ilia. :. fashion,Iat .YOU DO THIS
I .3 and we do the'rest.. BiltU!

: FREE : more cheapest market.
= KEELER the largest custom

y t I produce
BETHEL CLASSICAL M IUTARI.A. Ii Jb / Fill Drill into S2S.08 Us.Trmir .

: Prepare s f orBailnesc.Unlrenitiea and Silts, '21.11 Vt.fvirciitl. .
west Point. Catalome address VaJ.S. . I,.
.. A.McljrrT&x,Bethel Academy Va

& FISH, N. Calvert St. Baltimore fid.
AND PRODUCE. Suffer.o longer the_,.extortions. _of local. tailors."
Carry a stock of Steam Pumps, Boilers

\ COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Wrought and Galvanized Pipe, Valves. dALVANIZEDGEARED

210,212 and 214 N. Franklin St., Saginaw East Fittings,Hose, Etc. Estimates furnishedfor
: Side
Plants put in complete and guar- AERMOTOR

, guaranteed.Consignments solicited and prompt returns anteed satisfactory. Hand Spraying Re-designed and much Improved furnlsaea power to

e References: R. G. Dun & Co., :Bradstreet's Pumps of every: description. Send for PUMP, GRIND CUT FEED,and SAW WOOD
Agency; and First National Bank, Saginaw E rrtc,
Side. 9-8-6mo. Catalogue of How and When to Spray. Cot S
1IIPI UUIal I I M A C H'Y I A"KMng.Dttcktug.PumHr.g.I *'*<". Wat.,.Ocu.OIL. Nozzles, Pipe, 'etc., made to order in our

I I Wind' and St.alfl'Heating Boil.,,**. Will machine shop.
Boar 'on to..*! ?S..for Encyclopedia of
;soofi 0raii0.. The American Well Works,AuroraIIL
also Chicago, IlL;Dallas, TeL; Sydney, N. S. W. ForK-tt.

r Does the II work of'4 horse'at half the cost of
KIAIE ones always harnessed and never gets tired.
r With our Steel Stab Tower It Is easy to put on tern.
I'i ni. li' ; Send for elaborate designs for potting power In barn.
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Next Maalon will begin Sept 1. Ctaateal.Safastifla?

, ;' Touch Workmamh p g Durability 3 a -, and paratory Pnfloeouhieal for CoU eoone c.. Oonmardal. AcadflcateDnwtBMnt.Department,PrW fall
ooarsa Instroetioa thorooch practical. Good
brick ba11din B antifol tad e&11JaIvIIoe&tka. Xxwnaea
'I .,,. Baltimore.22 and 24 East Baltimore. Street. per wadon of awycka SToOUXJ.-
New York, U8 Fifth AveWaahlnatQn. For eaiaioffu* and fortliM lol 1005 add,.... u
817 Mat k.t Space Pr den&. Y. i
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All Letters Answered the Day they are Received. 'Vfm osier s!,,_ J > etoek -

_FRUIT DEAuEnS, THE S. B. HUBBARD COMPANY, ltUiT lodD ItNDelB i! 1 N tf ttlr: b

.r" ;w.. 347 and 340 Broadway PHCENIX NURSERYCOMPANV
J.L8A1\TY. A'3T 'Y0T1ZS. .- JACKSONVILLE. FLA. _.. tm lIn'U-I. Ca,ItWaria2o.1,iIL

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'built for Transportation of Fruit, has been chartered, and will commence loading at Fernandina November. .12th and

will'b; 'dispatched November:15th. "

,1::: Shippers who have pledged fruit for this steamer will start the shipment from their shipping* station NOT LATER. THAN'

NOVEMBER V 12th,'and on the 11th if possible. V .

Growers desirous of giving this project their support, but who have not pledged any quantity. can ship to me to Fernandina* ,. andtheir .

fruit will receive proper attention and be forwarded. .

. Ship,the best possible quality of oranges, carefully handled and packed, and as far as possible bright fruit of.150, 176 and 200 .

sizes. Ship oranges tinged 'with green, or nearly green,IF MATURED.' Such will ripen 'on the voyage and are bound to land in sound

condition. V -

Desirous of having a representative of the shippers who help to make up the cargo go on the steamer and look after the interests of '

all.concerned, there will be printed in the Times-Union on ,November 1st and 2d, a list of those who have promised to ship. Each shipper V

cafc have one Tote for every 25 boxes ,pledged. He.will please send his votErs naming his choice, to the editor of the Times-Union, the

groper, shipper or citizen of Florida receiving the most votes to be the one to accompany the steamer. 'I only stipulate..that the choice.

;shall be, a reliable and honest citizen of Florida. ;

Shipments on line of F. C. & P. R. R. pay Jacksonville.: rates to Fernandina. Those made by other routes pay a special rate of 4c.. "' -
per box from Jacksonville to Fernandina. :

"ALL SHIPPERS: please notify me by mail or' telegraph (at my expense) when the shipments' leave, the number of. boxes-*.*shipped r

and whether. advance of 75c per box is wanted, :, :' -" f' ',

Special stencils will be furnished, and any other particulars on application. to v'. '



103 ,Park Place, N. Y., up to Nov. 11; after that, address Fernandina, .Fla. .

Or to W.R..SMITH, P.. 0. Jacksonville, Fla.


V In compounding solution a part was accldently spilled on the hand
and on washing afterward it was discovered that the hair was com
pletely removed. We at once put tbia wonderful- preparation on the
market and so great aas been the demand that we are now introducingthroughout
-V 1t.. the world under the name of Uueen'M Auti-liairlue.
:"Printing ANDS Publishing House ., IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND
Lay the hair over and apply the mixture for a few minutes, and the
hair disappears as if by magic without the slightest pain or Injury when
'1 J KS0- ILLE FL7 :r' applied or ever afterward. It is unlike any other preparation ever used
!' a_V, 1a1 for a like purpose. Thousands of LADIES who have been annoyed
with hair on thelrFACE,NECK and ARMS attest its merits. -
TURNS OUT THE BEST STYLE OF PRINTING GENTLEMEN who donot appreciate beard or hair on their neck, .
__ find a boon in Queen's Anti-Ifalrinewhich does away
i "- 7 with Saving, by rendering Its future growth an utter Impossibility .
ATlTHE LOWEST RATES. EJJ' ::: PrIce of Queen's AntI-Iialrlne$1. per bottle sent in safety mailing boxes postage paid by as(securely
-- sealed from observation). Send money or stamps by letter with full address written plainly. Correspondence -
strictly confideatlal. This advertisement is honest and straight forward In every word itcontains.
I We Invite TOO to deal with n!*and you will find everything as represented. Cut this out and
send'<>-day. Address QUEEN CHEMICAL CO., 174 Race Street,CINCINNATI O. You CADre
/itf'your letter at any Post Office to insure its safe delivery. We will pay 850O for any caseor
failure or slightest: Injury to any purchaser. Every bottle guaranteed.:
i ladles who introduce and sell among their friends 25 Bottles Queen's.Anti-Halrlnc.
will present with SILK DBESS,16 yards best silk Extra Larce Bottle and saaplM
: _: r- ; ;mow/ of silk to select from snt with order. Good Salary or Commission Agent. '
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or would exchange for bearing grove and.paycash
1t ITS CAUSES AND CURE difference. Forty acres of rich Pine Ham
Scientifically treated by an aurist of world-wide mock land. Thirty acres cleared together with
reputation. Deafness eradicated and entirely mile with dock and
plank causeway, % Ions,
cured of from 20 to 30 years' standing;..after all ferry x mile from Grahamville en Ocklawaha
other treatments have failed How the difficulty
River;4 miles from Silver Springs. Address'A.
is reached and the cause removed, fully explained
in circulars, with affidavits and testimonials TREADWELL.,
of cures from prominent people.,mailed Redding, Conn.
Ur. A. FONTAINE, 19 East I4th- St.,N. Y.

per dal, tLlGHTNINO .
$5 to$15
home, eaWngS
V PLATERe.dptattnsjewelry.w.tcha a,
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# Ublewwt, Ae. Platte th.
float of jewelry food u
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F with gold,direr or alctel.So
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The Manufacture of Blank Books ,_,Colatnbay IL E.DEL' 0. 1

200 ACRES OF Clarke CutawayHARROWS
LANDPwithout expensive
a Specialty. TRUCKING '
machinery,or even artesian wells. A black soil, AND CULTIV A.ORS. ,
," several feet in depth,level as a floor free from I keep in stock seVen styles cutting in width ,
.' SEND FOR PRICES. timber,which can be flooded by the closing of a from two((3))to six ((6)) feet, at prices from$10.00 1
gate at the mouth of the ditch di-ainingthegJade.I' to J31.OO. Send for catalogue _.
: .:iCHAS. W..DACOSTA Prop etor., For particulars address GEO. W..HASTINGS. a.S.HUBBARD GeH.State Agent ,
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.f.: .- Clyde Steamship Co. PATRONIZE A HOME! ENTERPRISE. ..

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The magnificent Steamships>s of this Line are appointed i ...

to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,,
Both ways : '

., From New York. From Jacksonville ; < 1w. .
(Pier 29.E..R.) STEAMER Florida. .
:t Wednesday, Oct. that 3 F. M........CHEROKEE. ,".... Tuesday Nov. ist, at ioor. _
,- Friday, Oct. aSth, at 3 P. ".... .YItMASSRg..Thursday, Nov. 3d at 330A.: M
Monday. Oct. 31St, at 3 P.K..ALGONQUIN.Sunday. Nov. 6th, at 530: A. M
t. Wednesday,Nor. ad, at 3 P.M..SRMINOLg." .......Tuesday, Nov. Sth, at 6:30A.K M '
'. Friday, Nov. 3 p M."IROQUOIS".Thursday. Nov. loth at 8:30 A. M ', 1
..-. Monday Nov. 7th, at 3 p. M."CHEROKEE; Sunday Nov. ijth at 12:00: no'n '
Wednesday Nov. 9th at 3 p. M."YEMASSEE." .......Tuesday, Nov. isth at too p. M w
i Friday, Nov. nth;at 3 M."ALGONQUIN.Thursday Nov. lyth at 1:30: p. M
: Monday Nov. uth at 3 P. .SHl\IINOLE..Sunday., Nov. aoth, at 4:30: A. bWednesday
.Novi6th,at 3 p. M."IROQUOIS"..... ...Tuesday, Nov. aad, at 6:oo A. M
Friday, Nov.i8th at 3 p. M." CHEROKEE".... 24th, at 730= A. M
}, Monday, Nov. aist, at 3 p. M."YEMASSEE" .... Sunday Nov. 27th at 1030: A. M
M Wednesday Nov. 2d. at 3 p. M....."ALGONQUIN," .Tuesday, Nov. agth,at 12:00 no'n
,. Friday, Nov.asth,at 3 p. M."SEMINOLE,." .......Thursday,Dec. 1st, at 1:00 p. M
: Monday, Nov. aSth,at 3 p.M.IROQUOIS; .....Sunday, Dec. 4th,at 4:00A.M
i Wednesday Nov.soth,at 3 p. M. "CHEROKEE, ".......Tuesday, Dec. 6th,at 6:00 A. M

7 ST. JOHNS -RIVER LINE. Steamer John G. Chris1op

J For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Steamer 30 WDI

,' .. the St. Johns River. ARE APPOINTED TO SAIL

,. v The Iron Side-Wheel Steamers SES STREET.
J .::. <,. Steamship "J. G.Christopher" .......OCt.23* Steamship"J. G.Christopher Oct.30),11 am
'. : ".Nov.
t City JaclisoX1'V'ille, "Bowden" Oct.29.3pm "Bowdin. 4,3.30am
.. "J. G.Christopher.Nov. 5,3 pm "J.'G.Christopher"Nov.930 am
f' Capt. W. A. SHAW. ..Bowdin".Nov.I2.3pm "Bowdin" ..........Nov.18,2.30 pm
"F'red'1 DeBary .. ".1. G. Christopher," Nov. 19,3 pm "J.G.Christopher"Nov.25,8.00 am
1 "Bowdin,"............Nov. 28,3 pm .... owdin........ ....Dec. 2,1.30pm
Capt. "J.G.Cbrlstopher"Dee.9,8.00am
f Are appointed sail from Jacksonville daily,except Saturday,. at 3.30 p. m., and from Sanford .. "Bowdnn.Dec.10,3 pm 'nowdln".Dec.I8,1.3opm
I' G. 17,3 "J. G.Christopher"Dec.23,7.00 am
; daily,except Sunday,at 9 a.m. .1. Christopher.Dec pm
"Bowdin,".............Dec.24,3 pm
I f General Passenger and Ticket.Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville. Leaves from Pier 6. N. R.

JOHN L. HOWARD; Florida Freight Agent,foot Laura Street Jacksonville, Fla. W, H. CHRISTOPHER. W. H. COATES JNO. G. CHRISTOPHER,
i' F. M. IRONMONGER Jr., Florida Passenger Agent 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. Agent,Jacksonville. Agent New York Gen'l Man'r,JacksonTille.
MARSHALL II. CLYDE Assistant Traffic:Manager,5 Bowling Green New York. Office 154 Maiden Lane.
j W. F. OGDEN FAY Traveling Passenger Agent,5 Bowling Green, New York.
\ TJIEO. G. EOER, Traffic:Manager,5 Bowling Green New York.
J. A. LESLIE Superintendent, foot Laura Street Jacksonville Fla.'W'M. .

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

Avenue, 5 Bowling Green, New York.
19 South Delaware Philadelphia.
.. 53 to ,q5; hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and.

I! ... ESTABLISHED _136. ,. between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours.



Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers Passage RateeI;
Between Jacksonville: and New York: First-class, $25-60; Intermediate $19.00; Excursion: $43.5

I Steerage,$12.50.
I Jacksonville and Boston: Cabin, 27.00; Intermediate, $21.00; Excursion: $47.30; Steerage $14.2
t 20 WEST BAY STREET, The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed>''to sail as follows:


[Central or 90Meridian Time.]
Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal
i ,,, Nov. ad, p-DI
.... r. 4th. 5.00a.1II:
Nacooche ?r'S
COTTON SEED MEAL Both Bright and Dark. City of .,.......Saturday, Nor. 5th, 6.00 p...
\ City of Augusta......Monday.Nov. 7th 1.00 p.
Tallahassee ..Wednesday, Nov. 9th!, 8.00 p..
....Friday, Nov.iith, 11.00 a.a
i I PURE GROUND BONE Chattauoochee ,Nov. 12th,M.OO m
I J. E. Tygert& Co.'s Nacoochee.....Monday,Nor. iith. a.oop..
r NITRATE SODA City of Birmingham............................................Wednesday., Nov. i6th J.Jop.M
Star Brand Fertilizers City of Augusta Nov. 8th, 4.*>a.M
Tallahassee....................Saturday,Ncr. xjth 5.30 p..
.VA> Chattahoochee ., ... Wednesday NOT.ajd 7.00 p.Nacoochee .
contprwii ."UK1"* SULPHATE POTASH ...Friday,Nor.asth, 9.ooa..
,Nov.a6th, 10.00 a..
of Birmingham
Onngi Tree and VepUtli % KAINIT Ftp. City City of Augusta... ................................................Monday Nov. alth,xa.oa mTallahasee .
FERTILIZER. F Nov. JCth.2.00 p..

These FertflUet bav*.o"p.rtor to th..rW...a trial win eonvin.e. FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. -

I Gate Nov. ad, j.i p.m
of ......Sunday. NOT. 6th, 6.ooam
GREAT OFFEFl PIANOS. of Macon. ,NOT. 9th. 9.00 a.m
Pianos City Gate CitT...............Monday, NOT.Mth 3.00p.M
i and FINEST FACTORYOrgans' of Savannah Nor.x8th, 4.jop.m
IN UNITED STATES. City of .....Monday,Nor.stet, 6.00 p.m
of Finest Gate ..*.....Friday,Nov. J5th, 9.00 a.M
Always ready for QUICK SHIPMENTS
$35. Savannah..Wednesday.Nov. ytb 2.00 pom
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Pianos and Organs Direct to Your Homes. City
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ller Christian Advocate DetrohMicL: ''To..y that ( Ship docs NOT Carry Passengers.)

t1+' we the are fact.delighted We with the Piano If all does not instruments express Dessong................................................................Tuesday, Nor. 8th, 7.0 p.m
.',16 SeD !lanoa Crpaa, fine in are and as pleasing your in tone astitAYER Dessoug.Dessong..........................................................:.......Friday, Nor. s8th 4.00 p.M
i'r. arenas appearance .... ............................Monday, Nov a8th, u.oo a
FALLS. PA this one,your patrons will rise by the hundred." ................................ .

rarFrom PROP. B.H. PECK Valhermoso Springs, Ala.: "We could not be pleased better with THESE PALACE STEAMERS
tbVcaiin JT or tone;quick:in response and melodious. In short we are highly pleased with the organ." .

4 ::Prom B.D.GRIGGS" Adairsrille, Ga. "I am well pleased with the organ in every respect. It Is Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line),offer U the "

aJQ10u From Ma Y. J. Ticket and Bills of Lading issued to principal point North.
it much pleased with the instrument and the price on the same. Through
]$very one who seen very Savannah. For information and rooms apply to ,
From BEN. F. STBBLE Prescot. Ark.: "M; family s well pleased Un every respect with the R. PRICE Soliciting Agent W.H.LUCAS, Fla.Pass.Agent
sell them so cheap is a wonder
.rria. How you 77 West Bay Street,JacksonTiUe.: 77 West Bay Street,Jacksonville j
NG T ERFECTION33..t R.L.New WALKER Pier No.Agent 35.North River New York. City Exchange: Building S TankahrO j
: YI: O! RICHARDSON 4 BARNARD Agents,Lewis Wharf,. ostoD.W. .-
B Iai r.v.4 .aa Cks p it* O rPcrfWtl** ** .L.TAMES;Agent I3 B.Third Street, Philadelphia.!
a..rr.P..,rnUtA.t&l4.a1&..UMi U..11y.a4 vtll.tfrmy!..or,...P.r B.mfw i T.D.HASHAGBN,Eastern Agent,.SaT.,Fla&Western Ry.Co..*6i Broadway.N.Y.
.It.' 1h..k.i .UiIU&..uu QadelA K.......,..ytn M4 tt.'f'.......... A.DeW.SAMPSON, General Agent W.ARNOLD,Gen.Tray.Pass.AgU jackJonTttle,Pta ..1
.rr. 1.nya..t.t.l1.vwU, **...n.Pmta r wc Mtev vrlMw 306 Washington st:,Boston. W.H. RHIHT Generar/Acent t-.L'-.1. i....
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.,. :'u!+uMtstt'ii.rMU R1 .' )1'ett"" rrn-c* .TccxrMW/U.&. c aTjLT. For Tickets apply to 8" F. at w.Railway offlce. 317 B dw.yfew; .


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p. : 'Every exhaustive test made by the largest and best mown truckers and fruit raisers in the StAte clearly demonstrated that the various brands ot specially prepared fertilizers places
; ,upon the market by the Paine Fertilizer Co.,of Jacksonville,Fla.,gives better and healthier growth and have decidedly,superior productive qualities. Our customers each season! send!
to market the first and finest vegetables always obtainiMLthe cream of the high prices. This summer Mr. G. W Bigelow of Bushnell, Fla.J who used ten tons of our Truck Farmert .
', Special,"sent to this and to New York and Boston market*the first ripe watermelons of the season,three of these cars selling at between $325 and$375 each"whereas later melons scarcely",
brought freight. Almost every well-known paper in the State referred to these melons and spoke of the superior: quality of our fertilizers: We will further show to any one calling at
: our office letters and account sales from New York and Boston commission houses stating that these melons were the finest ever received so early in the season. One of the largest and
j hi best known growers in the State does not find the summer too hot to praise our fertilizers. .
tf ... Bead what Robt. 0. May,of Hockledge Indian River, says under date of September 8,1892:.
, The Paine FcrtiUzcr Co.,Jacksonville Fla.f' .:- -
DEAR SIRS-I applied ten tons of your Orange Food No. 1 to my older bearing trees last December; had but little rain until a few weeks ago. I feel assured that I have a heavier
crop.than ever before. Some of my trees'are bending over with fruit, so as to require propping. My trees are now free from red spider and rust mite,and during the long drouth my
i'I' trees did not wilt and drop their fruits others did. l\Iyfrultfs the prettiest I have ever had. Yours etc., ROBERT C. MAY. )
-, )lr. J. M. Watrous.! of Tampa Fla.,has used over 200 tons of our Special mixtures on his groves and gardens near Tampa,with highly satisfactory'results,exhaustive tests clearly 1
"'- demonstrating that our brands gave greater production than any other fertilizers or combinations of agricultural chemicals. '
;None of the above parties are in any way connected with our company as agents or otherwise-Mr. Bigelow paying us $350.00 for ten tons of our Truck Farmers Special without any
r.. discounts. This we can prove at any time or forfeit$500. .
We have always been cutters In the market. Our business has increased enormously while others have fallen off as rapidly,our economical facilities for handling our goods makingIt I
impossible for others to compete with us in prices and our long experience in the fertilizer business enabling us to select only such goods as show the very highest. analysis and best- .,
r mechanical condition. *
s. 'The combinations of the various agricultural chemicals used In the formulas for our Special brands are the results of numerous exhaustive tests made with Florida crops on Florida
;,.: oils during the past fifteen years,aid earh season we have increased the quality of our various brands, regulating them so that each mixture would contain exactly what the crop for
.- which It was made required, and so that the ingredients: would become available at the proper time, thus enabling the farmer and fruit grower to raise larger crops with less uncertainty.


;: i.the best known regulatOr of soils,a splendid insecticide ana general Hmo fertilizer,containing sulphur and sUlphate of ammonia. Price $7.00 per ton.
'During the past spring we placed on the market f\, rand of Ground Stock Food composed of selected grains, finely ground such as we have used for years past with marked suceeu
r. both In Charleston;S. C.,and JacksonvUle. We have ttaced this article on the market at a low price, in order to give our customers the benefit of this excellent food,at a,-erylow price.
Write for circulars giving full particulars with food value and testimonials. ..
+iWe are also sole proprietors of the Cleanio Manufacturing Company makers of"Cleanio,"the most wonderful discovery of the age for polishing gold,silver,brass,tin,zinc,plated ware, "
;;. marble kitchen utensils glass, etc., etc. Circulars, with directions a sample of"Cleanio1 furnished free upon application. Drop us a postal. Factory:162, l4, 166 and 168 E. Bay St.
; Write us for prices,discounts and samples before purchasing. All quotations will be in view of great rivalry, and made with a now to meeting every possible competitor and should
r f tcure: yourorders. Address all communications to
., ,. THE PAINE: FERTILIZER oo., so w. Bay at., Jacksonville. Fla.._
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t President._ : Vice-President. Trees a11d P1a11 S ,

: Cashier. Assistant Cashier. Especially adapted to Florida and sub-tropical sections. Largest stock and Greatest Varietyin
> the South. Two hundred and fifty acres in Fruit Nursery; one acre under glass. Fruit.. Orna
I II CRPITAIi $100,000. mental and Nut Trees, Grapevines, Palms, Roses, Shrubs, etc. Everything for the orchard ant '
garden. Catalogues free. _
'' Address P. J. BERCKMANS. Fruitland Nursery,Augusta,Ga.
p-pMERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK N. B.-We offer fine lot of Camphor Trees and Red Catley Guava,all pot grown.
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L LUDDEN & BATES, Savannah, Ga.
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.. '" Poultry supplies of all kinds. :
i' '-II'. Incubators and Brooders, Shell i
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PLANT BED CLOTH.Beat and experienced planters in Florida who are using

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.Beat Protection from Frost. A Cheap and Efficient Substitute for Glass I proper time, in the proper form, and in the proper ,

For :Florist Gardeners, Tobacco Growers, &c. proportions, all the; elements to bring perfect, healthy ) .

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