Florida farmer & fruit grower

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Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title:
Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title:
Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title:
Florida farmer and fruit grower
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
S. Powers
Creation Date:
May 27, 1893
Physical Description:
29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.


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


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

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


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*.2.00""r.. JACKSONVILLE FLA., MAY '!7. 1893. Whole No. 13741 Vol.NKW V,fiKHIK No.: 31.*

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Petersburg, Va., CHICAGO T

Manufacturers of Virginia Ventilated Fruit Carriers for Tomatoes,

Strawberries Peaches and Other Truck. We rwHTtfully| solicit .hhipinenfa of Fino Fruit, mid assure! our |>ntron.s prompt
and etlicicnt Kervico. \\'0 ask all iiiUwnttHl to write for information anti forward

ALL DELIVERED. MADE UP READY FOR USE.. We refer, by permission: to A. 11(. I Ivt a, Ksq., Jacksonville, Fla.; National Shoo
and leather Hank, New York: Commercial IJKUI (.o., CliieaKo; the Volusia County
... .. Hank of DeLarnl.. Fla.
Send for IlliifttratiMl ItecrlptI| ..% Catalogue) .II'rl. *.
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Wilt take K. R.fare from bill of trees to all who will come to Nuroery and purchase" to amount
of double R. R. fare. ('one lurlni fruit "*<"",un. To those" who cannot come will*end sample Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
of fruit and cut roc*on receipt: of toe per kind to pay 1)-lageI1ckinR', etc Fruit crop large and
complete of varieties adapted. to Florida. Send for Samples and know what to expect from ,
tree*you buy Specialties Japan Plum Japan Persimmons, Peaches. Pears and Crafted Rose LL.: 'VILV'I' 1.lis.r... JACIceVU1iYILI.1C. I 'I.A.
price.H.ton appi.cs.tion. ..t'omonaWI101esale Nurseries.

W. D. GRIFFING, Proprietor.. We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of

Mncrlrttny, I'ln.

I -4 '- -. --- .- -- Hay, Corn Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal,

D 0 YOU KNOW we plants have ami nearly Phlll all I r important ptantsof ECONOMIC I Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark.
jf:: the ropics and warm climate of the III U.I I world) ,
that the schc me just broached by our Horticul
I t: D 0 YOU KNOW tuna waV already
r ay in our eats lalhmf'ntSome Florida people up tot I STATE AGKNTS FORTygertflllen PURE GROUND BONE
the times know this and are quietly. taking advantage of the opportunity
o I of getting: rare plant of u*. We can supply Aloe Bamlxio, Camphor, Cinnamon Fertilizer Co.
1 IIi ,Coffee balberjjU, Hxcoecaris. Fcus. GamlioKe.. (Hemp I iSi<-wlIron/ NITRATE SODA
rJ ,
.. ". bark Jujube. Kola, Logwood, Mahogany \uhne Olive, Orange, Pepper' ,
.. uercuf, Rice-pa vr, strychnine Tea, Upan, Vanilla. Waxmyrtleylon- Star Brand Fertilizers MURIATE OF POTASH
M' ma, Yucca, Zingiber plants and hundreds of other. ,
Send for our large catalogue,which tell all about it.REASONER.

_. -- Btidy.blleco- In. Orange Tree and Vegetable KAINIT, Etc,

CONCH PEAS Thee FERTILIZER.Fertilixers have superior in the market, and a trial wilt convince. .
Send for Catalogue freeFLORIDA .
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you want your ground covered during the hot Kuinnu-r months, yon can

tlo no better than plant this variety. Plant ono quart per acre. -- ---
i An Incorporated. Home Assoclntlon! of Ornmro flrnwen marketing Florida Fruit to the
frcaui VVooxllM.Pint best ndvantHKe.-AUTIIOKIZKI: ) CAPITA. t.O: 'U.).
Oix: frtoolc I.* I x'oo
II IIOX MATKUIAI/: -The I Kxchanjfo In fully |Jn.'ltftn.-| <
20 cents" ; quart, 40 cents, post-paid; p pock, $1.00: bushel, $.15, by onK-r. Write for price list and trnns! .
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freight or express, not i o tpaitl.Large (1EO. 1L PAIKIIANKS.t."n+lllcnt. I). OHKKN'LrUF: Vlco-Preslilent.
LIIKItT: M. 1 1VES.Opn'l IKr.and Trcas. M. 1'. T['itS 11 It.. t'4ecretarl.
n IitI"rOits-: It, Fairtanka, lachua Co.; J .O. 1111I, Bm.Unnl J.; Ur. t:. F.. Pratt
Stock of Whippoorwill H G HASTINGS & CO flyevard t .: u. Un.'tJnlt'af1)&I"al Co.
Clay and Unknown Peas at f toper H. M Jhaer. liuval Co' J1wIiradykellrCo. Co F.r'I.1 mason )Iarlon Co.. ; C.\ V.IIUJ'er,
bushel f. o. b. Nassiut! Co.; .Juhn M I Bryant, t>rccrda Co.: 11. It u (,.'0.; 31. R. Ioreman Ht.
Interlachen, Fla. Johns Co ; n. W. I jtncustor, Volusia Co.:J. C. Peiot. Manatee Co.
Address all correspondence' to the Florida Fruit Kxchantre: Jacksonville Fla. Stencils,
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with full lucking and shipping Instructions,furnished on application. ,


Milwaukee Florida Orange CD.
Cantata a list and description of the Choicest and :Most Profitable varieties ol the Citrus
PamBjr, which we have selected from over one hundred different varieties grown, and tested by us
in our extensive experience of seventeen year. We curry' one of Selected strains of Choic*t Varieties ol' Citrus Fruit Tree a Specialty
Budding-Wood for sale at all tlm"-
The Largest Stocks of Citrus Trees in the United States. Our stock i is large and complete. PROMPT ATTENTION TO CORRESPONDENCE.
For Catalogue; and Price>Ut,addreu

Send for drcuUr AddreM R. W, PIERce, A. L. DUNCAN Dunedin :
Manager Fla
Sunset Uilt. Lake Co.. Fla. ,




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Spraying. for insect. and fungus ilU'caw* is one of the wcreta of t euceeagful= fruit growing.. -Deleuxirt Farm and Iloin,.

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Which by feeding on the oil of the petals and stamins of the bloom, causes them to drop and the fruit to wither and die.tomato .

It will kill the Rust Mites, which have made more than one-half the oranges of the crop of 1892 nlSt)', It will improve the quality ancl nppcnmnro of tho omnb"'f1,
.nl1kinJl the l prrsluct of pine lands fully lOlual to that of the bc4 hammock, without injury to Its carrying qt1alit L It will de tro" tho Spider (Six Slotted Mites). It
will kill the oving Scale Insect. It will destroy the Worm which attacks the fibrous roots, cnmdngthc root knot of the penef i, Might of the pineapple, blight of the
and will destroy the 1 funguti ami lichen J.rowth'inJ.t. the trees" a healthy appearance.It .
will, as Mr. Axline Axline( & Martcly[ Cincinnati,) payg, return )'oti ten dollars for very one that it will cost.
Spray when the trees are in bloom and repeat as often as once each month during the season. For' root diseases!! !; saturate the ground? HO Ito wet the roots. Uct
one quart to that1 pints in fifty:gallons water.
SPECIAL.-On the first of January, t 1893 the price will be reduced from 30 to 20 cents per gallon for barrels and half barrels.

Sppainy(;! Outfits in neat Yanieig(;! afc Fljanufactuneps' Prices.A .

full stock of Orange Box Material, Wraps, etc., as Cheap as the Cheapest.

Correspondence Solicited. E. BEAN, Jacksoirvile, Fla.

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Is the most effective compound yet discovered for destroying the insects infesting the orange tree, and is a sovereign

remedy foi the various forms of fungi on trees and plants. Being free from all substances of a caustic, corrosive or pols-

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


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 trees

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

fumes from the Insecticide 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-

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

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

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

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

Spraying Apparatus furnished to our customers at cost.

McMASTER & MILLER San Mateo and Citra, Fla.






The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.

The attention of shipper*i It directed to the Plant S. S.Line between Havana Key West and Tampa and South Florida Railway between Tampa and Stanford;8., F..ft< W. Ry between Jacksonville: '
<}*ine.ville. Balnbridge, River Junction and Savannah; :Savannah and Charleston,and Ocean Steamship Uue between Savannah Philadelphia, Boston and New York, andMerchants'and Miners
fr tn p>rtation Company between Suannah and Baltimore. The best equipped, fattest and moil prompt line between all point in Florida and all points North and Northwest.
n..h.ra. and Shipper Will I-ront. by the Following Unparalleled Connection:
novyit. t SOUTH no VXD.
Double daily fart freight service for all point Wet via Albany Jesup Bainbridge and Double daily fast freight service from all points North and Went. via Albany, BaJnbridge, letupand
Savannah. Savannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville,Callsxonrn .
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, ..dUne'rom' New
Four connections a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savannah York(New Pier>> 35. North River.)direct for Savannah Friday Saturday, Monday and Wednesday,
fridays,Saturdays, Mondays and Wednesdays. i The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston trains,12,10 and a6,
Two connections a week for Baltimore via Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Company Savannah direct,making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight for all points
leaving Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. in Florida.
Connections for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company leaving Savannah Jan. I From Philadelphia via Ocean: Steamship{ Co.,leaving Philadelphia Jan.a, 12,ai,every ten days
5, it, 19 and 26, from regular sailing day via New York to Savannah.
Connections' for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company leaving'Savannah I From Baltimore via: Merchants and Miners'Transportation Co., every Tuesday and Friday.
Jan. ana ash making close" connection with S.,F.It W. Ky.,for all points in Florida.
Sailing days for Steamships are subject' tochange: without notice. I IThelFlortda
Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best freight route:from all points North East and West to Florida. For full particulars, rates, stencils and shipping
rerelpts apply to any agents of the above lines, or to
O. IV OW1JN.H,Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga. F. II. l'AI'IIJlylllon Freight Acent.8avannah. fa. W. M. DAVIDSON, Oen'l Passenger<%gt.,Jacksonville, Fla>
F S. KNIGHT, Contracting Freight Agent,Jacksonville, Fla. J. II. STE1MIKNM: Contracting Agent, Jacksonville Via


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TLllP& it carefully, and hauled it two and a ing the best fruit and handling it in condemn its fruiting value until it is a
iT-GROWER half miles further to Ocala and ex- the best manner," and adds : "No good sized tree. If it turns out as my
RHERYRLIS. pressed it 1,500 miles to my family in matter what the market may be their trees have it will bring peace and joyto
St. Joseph, Mo, where it arrived in fruit always brings a remunerative the family, the cook, the neighbors'
most excellent condition. irice-they don't have to hunt a children, the hens, etc., and both joy
POWERS, Publisher.. When the fruit was gathered it wasa buyer and never will. and sorrow to the pigs, "possums"and
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TISHMS: u.- unSCItIl'TIUSJle1' very warm, damp spell of weather. Nothing need be added to the birds of the neighborhood. Sink
One \.Nr .. .. .... ...... .......... ......Sa.oo I was living some distance from it and above suggestion, for it contains the water is good for it.
For Six Months..... .. ... .......... ..... zoo was too much occupied with other true solution of the whole matter. \\'. S. HART.-
In Foreign Countries ... ............ ...... 3,00 things; to put off gathering. Still I I If those fluent writers who spendso .
t" *Sul &crijiti advance. No discount allowed on one's saved if the same care had been usedas schemes for the diversion of their Ivditor Fanner and Fruit Grower:
own ttulttscription. (except in a club), but to
all a lilk'rtll cash conunishion will with the six. goods from the legitimate channels, On page 300 of your issue of May
I IKJ allowed on all Hiiliscriptionn obtainedby Now I know what caused the rot in and trying to take them out of the 6, H. S. Howard, of Sorrento, makes
them. Write for term mine, and possibly the same thing may : hands of the people who have built this: "Query-What Causes the Rot?"
:5 i conicH(and one copy free 0 j mo'"w,), S ..:to() have caused it in Mr. Howard's. up the business, and who are so eloquent As a grower, packer, shipper and
1 11.' . . . . . . 12.nO This experience of Mr. Howard and in their abuse of the commis. seller of Florida for the
16.; . . . . . . 15.00 oranges past .
myself is very convincing to me whywe sion merchant, because it is impossiblefor ten years my experience may help Mr.
Th' IKJ either old and
?"+e may IIl'or should have central housesof him to sell what Mr. Howard his .
may [be collected) from any numlwr of packing Campbell so to an answer to question.Let
ixwtottlces, if the remittance i is inn lump sufficient storage capacity that any aptly designates "farmer packed"fruit me premise by saying that in my
num.Toovery. fruit brought to them may be properly for the same price he does the experience there are various causes for
new tmltl'eriher l or chili-raiser cared for; and this is strongly sup. good and well handled goods with an the non-keeping of oranges, and I
wo will"Gardening Mild, | stpnid in Florida, a copy or of Moore'nOrange \VhitIll'r'M ported by the experience of Mr. G. established reputation, would turn know the assertion of C. W. Campbell,
" Culture.' W. Adams, of Thonotosassa, as related their attention to the education of the "the fault is at the doors of those who
Kates of advectining on application. by himself. at Mr. Goodsell's fruit growers and packers, teaching carelessly pack their fruit," is founded
Remittances fthould Je l mule by check, meeting. them to place nothing on the marketsbut upon mistaken ideas and theories, and
iMwtal'letter to note order. money of order or registered Ten years of experience and very straight goods, the situation would not upon experience.When .
close observation in Florida teach me soon change, all growers would realize oranges picked by the same
FAllMKK .' "11 ritUlT (JlfOirJUf.Jacksonville .
Fla. that it is just as essential to the good I a fair profit upon the goods, and hands on the same day are put up by-
keeping of oranges that they shouldbe there would be very little dissatisfaction our experienced sorters and packerson
well cured before packing, as it is E. T. HOLUSTKR.: the same day, and shipped in the
Ciro'te and Orrell ard that hay or tobacco should be cured St. Louis. .. same car, part going by all rail to
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---- before baling or pressing.Now Washington, D. C., and part by Savannah
Curing Oranges. I live in an orange communityand Mulberry. steamer to Eastern markets;
Ijditor Farmer and Fruit Grower: have witnessed the gathering and Hditor Farmer and Fruit Grower: and when those poxes for Washingtonarrive
If nothing comes of my writing for packing, of a great many boxes of There are several marked differences in sound condition and keep
your paper other than bringing out oranges, and if I could describe actions between a donkey and a man. One of perfectly sound for thirty to sixty days,
facts and the relating of practical ex and maneuvers like Dickens or Tom the most plainly marked of them all is while those by steamer arrive in bad
perience by farmers and fruit growersof Sawyer I could write you a very funny in the fact that a man can change his order. and were reported rotting badly .
Florida I will be satisfied.I tale. And when I say-and I meanit mind, which the other fellow never it would seem that the "fault" was
have read Mr. H. S. Howard's (for the good of the cause-that ap. does. in the sea voyage, and not in "care
letter in the paper of the 6th with pies and potatoes are handled with as I have changed my mind as to the less packing." So, also, when warm,
much interest, and am gratified my much care, and in some instancesmore value of the Russian mulberry. There wet, muggy weather prevails for a few
letter caused him to write; for I am in the Northwest than I have may be several varieties, and I think I" days in the picking season my experience .
very sure there will be very much seen used with oranges in a good many have seen it so stated, but none could has been that the shipment of
more benefit derived from personal groves and packing houses, I state a well be more worthless than mine appeared fruit under such conditions has resulted -
experiences than so much theorizing.Now fact with which I doubt not you are to be for the first two years of in much decay, and I have
whilst Mr. Howard and his familiar. their fruiting. The berries were small learned: not to charge it to the fault of
help doubtless used all the care seem Still, if you should tell some of these and imperfect, and would drop, even the packers, as we were employing the
ingly that was possible in gatheringand good and well-meaning people that before they were ripe, at the slightest same hands which in good weather
packing the fruit, there might they were not using proper care for touch. I reported them worthless at (dry and cool) put up truit that kept
have been one thing lacking, and that the preservation of their fruit they the meetings of the State Horticultural three months in my cellar in fine con-
may have been in the curing of the would be insulted.I Society, after I had given them whatI dition. My experience in the ship
fruit. don't believe, sir, I have ever seena I considered a fair test, and I foundno ments by sea being that fruit is far
Ripe fruit packed before it is well field that presented better opportu- one who would take their part, but, more exposed to conditions producing
cured by going through a sweat and nities for lucrative investment than on the contrary, every one who had decay, than those by all rail, has re
wiped off dry will not keep very long. the packing, canning, preserving and tried them seemed to agree with me. peated y been confirmed by the oral
Some of it will rot in a day or two. pickling of the oranges and vegetablesof The trees would have been dug up, testimony of commission men in Hos-
The fruit I spoke of keeping so well Florida. but they grew rapidly, and were ton and New York. Any large receiver
in the Sub Tropical building in Jacksonville And it is a matter of very consid where I wanted shade, so I thought( I of fruit in the Eastern cities wIll
came to me perfectly dry, erable wonder, when there is so much would graft them to other and better confirm the assertion that steamshipsmore
showing it had been cured before surplus capital seeking profitable in- kinds. Fortunately, I did not hurryin often deliver oranges in bad order
packing. It was then carefully wiped vestment, why it is not turned in this doing this, and next season they than all rail shipments, and this
off every morning with a dry cloth direction. were better, and they keep getting when the fruit is on the steamer but
and in a few days it ceased to give out There is no lack of places where better until now I know of no fruit half the time it is on the car,.
moisture and shone like billiard balls. this thing can be carried out. The tree that will give more return, con- My experience leads me to doubt
In December, 1891, I gathered and little village of Mclntosh! for instance, sidered from the household cook's that careless packing te much of a factor
made a shipment of 156 boxes of as presents as good an opportunity (for standpoint, for the little care that it in causing decay of fruit en route.
bright, nice, sweet oranges as ever enterprising men or companies as some demands, than this same Russian mul- WM R. HILLYER.
grew. As this grove was some dis little station in the Northwest did to berry. The berries have got to be of Washington D. C.
tance from my home place I hired an make millionaires of their town butchers good size; they are or fine flavor; they _e-----
experienced man to gather and i pack> and grain dealers in Chicago. keep ripening for six weeks or more, Weather and Crops at Pinollae.Kditor .
them, and I am satisfied great care CHARLKS W. CAMPUF.U., Su. and there is such an abundance of Fanner and Fruit Grower:
was used in so doing. Cam pobeno Plantation Marion Co. them that on a fair.sized tree some Our annual May drought has just
The fruit lay three days before it p. S.-I didn't mean to sermonize. quarts can be picked at any time during been broken; on the night of the ith
was {packed, but it was not wiped off. in my last article. but if it will do any I its ripening season, notwithstanding instant the rain began and in twenty-
One hundred and fifty boxes of this good I am willing to be a preacher in all the birds of the neighborhood, fours has precipitated nearly three
fruit were immediately shipped to this cause. from quail to crow, feast upon themin inches, with prospects for more in the
Jacksonville to be sold. It arrived in _e- the meantime. They start so late air. The crop of my life-the crop I
bad order and did not bring enoughto "Farmer Pack." that they never get hurt by frost, and have been looking for (for nearly twenty -
)hay expenses. Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: the always sure crop comes in after years was put in this spring, but up
The other six boxes I hauled overa In Mr. Campbell's "sermon" which most others arc past their fruiting sea to this rain I was losing heavily. I
country road seven miles and the appears in your issue of the 13th inst., son. If any one has a bare spot near am now assured of a good crop.
next day very carefully wiped it off he speaks-of "some orange growers the house that they want shaded quick The (blooming in the country generally
with dry cloths, wrapped it and packed I who have established a trade by grow- ly, let them plant this tree, and not here was good, but many grovesTIIX


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dropped the young fruit before the. ,
earth was dry. Our crop will be a BTJDDINC the upper side of the curve being held by lapping the second course

third or more larger: than last year. Practical Details-for tho Benefit of ground simply to a thin edge. This over it, and the upper end being secured -
The pro pect for the four million boxes Novices.A blade may be used both 'for cutting by drawing a bow through under

hasblown over," and it is well that valued the bark and loosening it, thus avoiding the upper course. Care must be

it has. Like the cotton growers, our he and correspondent of his writes that the necessity for turning the taken not to bind the string over the
is acquaintances find knife end for end time a bud is bud itself.
prosperity l our ruin.'e bio wed every The strings are previouslycut
and whooped, and showed at fairs and ampl culture of in our pages on the inserted. If this form of blade were the required length-about a foot
but little
fairly begged capitalists to come in ing on deciduous oranges,fruits. We or alwa'sgl3dlY noth generally known it would undoubtedlysoon -and the tying is performed very
and cut our blatant throats, which come into favor. The blade ofa quickly. Any soft cord can be em
give to articles
ought to have been done! They have latter, and if space there is less of on this the common budding knife can be ployed. The most common material

done so two oranges have grown matter: in our columns than there ground to this shape, if desired. among nurserymen is raffia, an article

where only one grew be ore-and the should be, the reason be CUTTING TilE UUDS. imported from the eastern tropics (the
State officers and the may partly prodiu-t: of the palm, Raphia rlliJ ,.)
'found in the fact that our friends, the buds are usually cut about an
companies) glory in it, but I would like' deciduous fruit growers, do not writeas inch long. Most budders cut from It is strong and pliable and is an excellent
to see or fell the glory of it. below material for tying up plants in
freely as the orange growers. On upward, but some prefer to
Once mangoes were immensely prof the special subject concerning whichour make a downward incision. It does green house or small ones out

itable here. Last year the markets of correspondent and his neighbors not matter just how the bud is cut if doors. The greatest disadvantage in
the United States were flooded and desire information, we give herewithfull the surfaces are smooth and even and its use is its habit of rolling when it
glutted with our mangoes so that no details the bud is becomes dry.AFTER .
compiled from Prof. L. II. not too thick. On a sticka
one got very much for their fruit. I Bailey's admirable little work, The fourth or three eighths through the TilE HUD "STICKS."

had a new kind, a fancy variety, and Nursery Book." cut at its deepest point-just under In two or three weeks after the

that helped me out. I "got there." SHIELD HUDDING. the bud-is about one-fourth the diameter bud is set it will have "stuck"* or
Soon all will have that. Our trees are of the twig. A bit of wood is united the
Stocks to stock. The
should be bandagemust
this at three-
resting season. Fruit that sold for therefore
seed last eighths in diameter to be budded with removed with the bud. then be removed or cut. It is
purposes| at sixty cents
year There is disr.ussion.
some as to whether I the
common practice to draw bud.
ease. Just before the buds a
per dozen will be worth $1.50 this are set the this
season, and no orders from abroadare leaves are removed from the base of wood should be left upon the I ding-kmfe over the strings on the side
bud but
no definite experiments have j opposite the bud
wanted. WILLIAM P. NEI the stock so that they will not interfere completely severing
J.n. been l made to show that it is
ri f'll-a.. 1'1<<. with the operation. They are injuriousto them and allowing them to fall off as
-e- -- the resulting tree Some budders they will. If the
usually rubbed off'with the hand for a strings are left on
Tropical Fort Myors. remove the wood with the point of 1 too: long will constrict the
space of five or six inches above the they_ stem
The !;branches- -of- a -cherimoya- tree <.*rnnn<1 Thev' chnnltl_ __ not__ ]he___ rpmnvPII_......... 1 I the knife nr l bv* n deft- twict- -*1Q the- hurl and often kill the bud, and they also
hang over the wan ana this '" is removed from the stick.i Hut J
is another more than two or three days in advance buds have a tendency to cause the bud to
indication of a climate more than of budding;, else the growth of: appear to live equally well with wood "break" begin to grow. The bud

warm, for the'cherimoya is such a sal the parts will be checked and the, attached or removed. Some propajators snould remain perfectly dormant until -
amander that it will not live even in bark will set. Any branches too cut the buds as they go, while spring, for if it should begin to
Nassau! or Bermuda, but flourishes in the quince, which nvght! impedethe others prefer to cut a whole stick grow it may be injured and even
the torrid countries of Central Amer before setting letting each bud I killed
work of the budder are to be cutoff t any by the cold of winter, It should
ica. There were sapodilloes growing at the same time. hang by a bit ol bark at the top and remain green and fresh; if it shrivels

in the yard, and a great bunch of The bud is inserted an inch or two which is cut off squarely when and becomes brown, even though it

bamboos, some of the stalks as big as above the surface of the ground or as wanted still adheres to the stock, it is! worth.

a man's leg. The stone building and low down as the budder can work. INSKRTINfJ: THE Bun.The less. Advantage can be taken, when

the stone walls and water tank are The advantage of setting the bud lowis wound or matrix which is to cutting the bandages, to rcbud any
relics of the
military occupation. They stocks which have failed.If .
to bring the resulting crook or receive the bud is made by two incisions
were built many years ago by the sol the bud should
I union where it will not be seen. It 1 one vertical and one trans begin to grow
diers, and they make a pleasing foreground because of .
is a common and good practice also to' verse. These are light cuts a warm and wet fall or for
to the picture of the remainderof place the bud upon the north side of only through the bark. The vertical other reason there is little remedy ex-
the town, which is mostly built of cept perhaps to head the shoot back
the stock to shield it from the sun. slit is usually made first and with the
wood. I In other yards I saw mangoes .it, it should be long enough.
rounded end of
the blade. This is
growing, and pawpaws, tamarinds and THE nuns an
inch or one and a half inches JUNE IIUDDING.
avocado pears. These are all tropical Are taken from strong and well
fruits. There had been some cool hardened shoots of the season's growth The transverse cut is made across the This is a. term applied to the bud.

weather in Fort Myers, I was told, but and of the desired variety. Usually top of the vertical cut by one rocking ding of stocks in early summer while

scarcely any frost. Evidences of the the whole of the present growth is cut, motion of the blade toward the body. they are yet growing rapidly. It is

truth of this statement were on every the leaves are removed, but a part of The corners of the bark may be lifted mostly employed in the south where

hand. One good heavy frost would the petiole or stalk of each leaf is left I a little by an outward motion of the the stocks can he grown to sufficientsize

have put an end to nearly all the plantsI to serve as a handle to the bud. This blade so as to allow the bud to be by the last of June or the first of

I have mentioned. For twenty milesin trimmed shoot is then called a "stick." pushed in, but unless the bark slips July. Small stocks:; are usual.y employed

any direction you go through pine A stick may bear two dozen good very freely it will have to be loosened those ranging from one-fourth

forest to reach Fort Myers, yet pinewood buds when the growth has been strong, by the end of the blade or by the to one third inch being preferred. A

sells there for $6 per cord. This but only ten or twelve buds are com bone scalpel on the reverse end of the few strong leaves should be left on

renrelents milt' the .nrire of. rntliiifr!lncJ..... mnnlir cvrurarl_. ''Thp.. lt1mfar.... 1",1.tewhich handle. the stork below the hurl. and nff.*_r_
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hauling it into market, for the--.0-wood is are commonly not ((full grown, The bud is now inserted in the the bud has "stuck" the whole top
and cleft of the bark. It is pushed down should not be cut off at else the
invariably cut from government land, which are borne on soft wood once,
except when some chopper mistakeshis are usually discarded. part way with the fingers, but it is growing plant will receive too severea

bearings and cuts it on the land of The buds are cut with a thin-bladed usually driven home by pushing, down check. It is best to bend the top

some non resident owner.-Letter inN sharp knife. Various styles of bud. upon the leafstalk handle with the over to check its growth or remove

Y. Times.A ding knives are in use, and the bud. back of the knife blade. The entire. the leaves gradually. The bandages
der usually has decided bud should pass into the cleft, or if a should not be left on longer than six
Heavy Crop of Plums.In some particular preferencesfor The portion of it should project above it to ten days if the stock is growing
extending the editor an invitationto of pattern. essentials should be cut off: If the bark peels rapidly. To prevent the constrictionof

visit him when plums and peachesare freely the bud will slip in easily and the stem muslin bandages are sometimes .
ripe, Mr. \\'. 1) Grilling, of Mac- A GOOD BUDDING KNIFE will (follow the cleft, but if it sticks used instead of raffia. In hot

clenny, Baker county, writes: "I havea are these: The very best steel, a somewhat more care is necessary to and dry climates the bud should be

splendid crop of Dwarf Japan Blood thin blade which has a cutting end prevent the bud from running out. If: set an inch or two higher in June

peaches and Burba k, Botan, Yellow curved back, and lightness. The he bark is very tight it may have tobe budding than in the ordinary practice,

Japan, Botankio and Kelsey plums. curved end of the blade is used for loosened with the knife throughout to escape the great heat of the soil.
I have thinned from about sevent)'. making incisions in the stock. The the length of the cleft; but budding June budding is used upon the

five plum trees a wagon load of plums handle usually runs into a thin bone I should be performed, if possible, peach more than any other tree, although .

the size of hickory nuts, and still the scalpel at the end, and this position is when such painstaking is not neces it can be used for any species

trees seem too heavily loaded. I have designed for the lifting or looseningof sary. which will give large enough stocks

the largest and finest lot of Japan plumsin the bark on the stock. Some bud- TYING THE HUD. ,,: from seed by the June following thesowing.

the State. My I Dwarf Blood peacheswill ders, however, raise the bark with The whole matrix should be closed ." ready to ship in about two the blade. A good form of blade, but and covered. The string is usually; SOME OTHER POINTS.

one seldom made, has a rounded end, started below the bud, the end being Budders usually carry a number of


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sticks with them when they enter the coming or going a chance to go size of an Egyptian Queen. It never bare rock; of course, here and there is
nursery. These may be carried in ashore and take a look at the pine- made a thrifty plant with me, nor an a crack, down which an occasionalroot
the pocket or thrust into the boot leg; apple fields.-Indian River Advo- .apple that I could eat; and I never makes its way in search of food,
or some carry four or five sticks in cate. I saw one that was a merchantable :ap in order that the tree may live. Aftera
the hand.It nle. Like the Antigua, it was moreacid time these trees die, but only after
is a common practice to rest upon I The Pinery than a green Spanish or Scarlet they have thoroughly exhausted every
one knee, but some prefer to use a low pine.Now particle of( soil or nutriment within
stool. The tying is usually done by a Ktlltnl by .IOIIN II. HTin. :.\CII. =1..lbuuru.) .., why is it that I cannot grow reach.-Editorial Letter in Indian
boy, who should follow close behind -...---..--- good apples from this plant? I have River Advocate.The .
the budders in order that the buds Successful Varlotios for Upon Air now both varieties, and the fruit is .r
may not dry out. Oulturo. about the same in size and shape I Wonderful Insects Which Act
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower : of and as Gnomical Agents.:
Budding is sometimes employed the alongside Egyptian Queen,
I write for information at this time A specimen of soil in which nitrates -
same as top grafting for changingover both had the same culture, and at this
the top of an old tree from one being an amateur of some thirteen writing the Queen is twice, or more, were rapidly being (formed was
variety to another. The buds cannot years experience in the culture of pine. as large. Now, I would like to know charged with vapor of chloroformand
easily be inserted in very old and stiff apples here at Eden. I have been what is the trouble. I want to grow then saturated with sewage. If
bark, but in all smooth and fresh successful in the growing and sale of the best, but cannot grow the Jamaica the nitrification was caused by micro.
pineapples to an extent beyond organisms the :activity of the latter
bark they work readily. Sometimesold my Ripleys or the Antigua. If some one
trees are severely) pruned the year expedition, yet I have not succeededin of your many readers will answer this would be suspended by this treat-
before the budding is to be done, in growing some of the varieties, nor for the information of us amateurs they ment with chloroform; and in fact
order to obtain young shoots in whichto do 1 know how to grow them; and witl confer a great favor on me, as this result followed, for the outflow.
set the buds. In fruit trees six when I see parties. advocate the culture well as the many that have ordered ing water contained ammonia in large
of these varieties of which I have quantity, while the amount of( nitrates
or seven years old or less budding is this Jamaica Ripley, for until I learn
fully as advantageous as grafting. made a failure, I begin to know that how to grow them I will not give them and nitrites was diminished. I In a
I am not far advanced for further trial Schlo ing observed that
New varieties are also budded into very one space on my plantation. Yours for
old branches in order to hasten bear who has been so long at it. I have information. OLD TIMER.: when the soil was heated to 100 deg. '
ing for the purpose of testing. Here been growing in open ground without Indian River. C. no more nitric acid was produced,
budding has a distinct advantage over protection, using no sheds or shade; --- -e- an observation which has been con-
grafting, as it uses fewer buds and the have never been hurt with frost to doll on the Florida Koys. firmed by other investigators. The
wood of new sorts is often scarce. any extent, and yet I cannot grow all With a fair wind the run from Co- nitrifying microorganism was found in
the varieties that I have tried. I will coanut Grove to EIli"tt's Key can: be suitable culture solutions to which a
On Key Largo. mention the varieties that I succeed. made in two hours. This key is about particle of soil had been added}, :and
Arriving outside we sailed north with and the varieties that I cannot : ten miles long and will average halfa which were exposed to the air. Both
ward along the shore of I Key Largo make yrow! to any worth, giving themin mile in width from the bay to the investigators observed it as a long,
which, by-the way, is the largest of the order as I value them, and as ocean. There are some very exten very small, bright form. Winograd-
all the keys, and is an island over those from which I have got the most sive pineapple plantations on the is sky has recently adduced proof that
thirty miles long. A few miles north money in fruit and plants. land.V at little there is is very the change of the ammonia of de
Tavanier creek, on Key Largo, is The Scarlet or Spanish is the pine I good, but the key itself is little more composing organic nitrogenous mate-
Planter postoffice, the only postofiice have grown to greater extent than any than ,n immense"rock.. Years ago it rial to nitric acid is caused by the cooperation -
to be found anywhere on the Florida other, and have in c sequence got was entirely covered by a dense ham of definite microorganisms,
Keys, except at Key West. the most from them, and I have been mock growth; as soon as this is cleared one eflerting the change from ammo
We stopped at Planter and filled up well pleased with the culture. The away the land is at its best, and is well nia to nitrous acid and a second oxidizing
our water cask, and made the acquaintance highest I have ever got with this has adapted for pineapple culture; for a this to nitric acid. After
of three families, named been in round numbers $700 per acre time it yields abundant crops, but at many careful experiments this inves-
Albury, an old gentleman aged 70 for two acres of the same planting.The the end of from five to seven years is tigitor succeeded in .isolating both
and two sons, about 30 and 40 respectively next best, or the most money, I exhausted. The pineapple plants or the nitrous and the nitric acid ferment
all heads of families. have got from an acre of pines was tomato vines, as the case may be, from different soils. lie has
They are a fine, healthy.looking lot from an acre of Egyptian Queens, have used up all the nutriment con named the former "nitrosomonas"
of people, such as you will not meet from fruit and plants, which reached tained in the soil, and new Lnd has and the latter "nitrobacter."
anywhere on the mainland except on nearly $5,000. Now, 1 do not say to be cleared. A very large area is The occurrence of the nitrifying
Hay Biscayne. They are robust, that these are the best plants to grow, now in cultivation on Elliott's Key, (ferments is very widespread, and it is
ruddy and active, and their appear- but it will be a cold day when I stop and before many years the entire is seldom that a tilled soil is met with
ance is a sufficient voucher for the growing these kinds. land will be cleared up and the soil which does not contain them. As
healthfulness and absolute freedom Next comes the Smooth Cayenneand exhausted, unless some method can: be regards their distribution through the
from malaria of these tropical isles. the Abbaka or Abbacache. I devised whereby it can be renewed. soil, the researches of R. Warringtonon
The people along the keys are very have not grown these to a large ex- The average depth vegetable' mold a clay soil indicate that the or-
hospitable; they seem glad to have tent, but have made a success with and sand to be found on these rock ganism does not occur below a depthof
strangers stop at their places, and them, and think that they are the keys is less than two inches. It is surprising 45 cm. from the !surface. It is,
always try to make it pleasant for any coming fruit or variety (for success how such fine pineapples and however, possible that this organismmay
one who may land. Then the Prince Albert, C. Roths tomatoes can be produced from so little reach a greater depth by means:
Messrs. Albury bestowed upon us child, the Porto Rico or Trinidad soil, but the plants run their roots of worm holes and channels made by
before we departed a goodly supplyof (both one); next the Hlood, then the down the little holes, hollows and roots. Although probable, there is
ripe tomatoes and also a bunch of Sugarloaf; all of these I have, and crevices in the rocks and find all the no proof that the organism penetratesmore
bananas; the latter were rather small, they do well for me.I nutriment needed for several years. deeply in sandy soils. These
but of superior flavor. I see the papers full of news about Even good sized lemon, orange, sap- facts: arc in accord with the researches -
There are numerous plantations on male and female pines. I am sure podillo, alligator pear and other tropi of K. Koch, who states that
Key Largo, but we cannot estimatethe this is some foolish notion, for there is cal trees may be seen growing on the the microorganisms in soils which he
population of the island, but nothing in it. I If f we had insects that "keys, and it is a mystery how they even investigated at different depths decreased
should say it must run up in the hun- would enter the little flowers, so that manage to stand upright with so little rapidly until at the depth ofi
dreds. Their transportation facilitiesare the pollen could be stirred up, then support. We have heard of orange meter the soil was almost free from
by no means bad; several sailing the pine would make seeds, but we do trees in the Rockledge hammock having bacteria. Fulles's observations pointto
packets put out daily for Key \Vest. not want seeds in pines. Take a little the "'die-back' on account of the the same conclusion.
All the trade of Key Largo at present brush and run it into the flower and tap root coming in contact with rock Certain conclusions are to be de
goes to that city. stir it around, then it will make seeds.I which is three to four feet below the ducted from these facts, which, although
All their vegetables and pineapplesreach find it so; have gotten half a tea- surface, but any one who visits the simple, may nevertheless be
the northern and eastern mar spoonful of seeds from one pine. keys will feel a good deal of doubt very easily overlooked in practice.For .
kets via Key West, going from that Hut about these other wonderful about trees being killed by rock several example, inasmuch as the oxida '
city to New York or New Orleans by. pines, the White Antigua, I have nev- feet below the surface, for thereare tion of organic nitrogenous substance
steamer. The run from Planter post. er seen an apple larger than one anda hundreds of healthy looking wild takes place only in the surface soil,
office to Key West, with a fair wind, half pounds, either of the White or orange trees growing on these islands, the nitrates of the subsoil and the
is easily made; and in good weatherthe Black Antigua. where the rock is not concealed by drainage water must have had their
trip is a most delightful one. The Now, about this Jamaica Kipley; I even two inches of soil. These trees origin; in the surface soil and have
mail boats plying between Key West have tried to grow it for the last ten have no tap root whatever, as far as been carried downward by washingout
ami Bay Hiscayne touch at Planter, )years, and have had it fruit some every we could ascertain, and the feedersare or diffusion. -U. S. Experiment
giving any passengers who may be year, but the apple never was half the spread out in all directions on the Station Record.


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FJil'dElJi'lD] ) TI\ CIER already lowered in vitality from hav- "Fronohing" Due to Cool Weather. tussocks of wire-grass which linger as

ing produced a crop of fruit. The author's attention was calledon a relic of the aboriginal growth. This

Chief Oauso of Degeneration in NEW VARIETIES TESTED..: May[ 2 to specimens of winter valuable pasture grass has completely
of( dis- exterminated the flat of wire-
Strawberries. I Among the new varieties for this rape the leaves which were variety

Hdkor Farmer and Fruit Grower. section which I have fruited this year colored or blotched with yellow and grass for miles, but many tufts of the

\'"e often hear the remark among II were the Salter from Louisiana, the white. At first the cause was round variety, which is hardier, still

strawberry growers that certain van I Golden Promise the Lulia and the thought to be the larva of Psylloideschrysoctphala hold their own.

eties are running out. Probably few New Bob from Mississippi. All rusted and afterwards to be A good authority estimates that thereare

know how great the chance for deter I badly. Shall try the Salter and the of fungous origin, (but neither insectnor thirty dairies around Jacksonville,

loration is. Lulia another year as they were the fungus was discovered. A mi all on the north side of the river. For
croscopical examination of the leaf nine months of the these hun
A few Have
years ago cleaning up most promising. thrown out
some old Cloud plants I found underneath the others. B. II. ALDKN. showed that the green portion was dreds of cows receive no hay, and for

the foliage many young seed Uradfonl county.Poruvian. normal. In the discolored areas the the remaining three extremely little,

As fer- t 9 t cellular structure was normal, but the subsisting almost entirely on the native
lings coming up. they were
tilized with Hoflmans I thought such Yam.. chlorophyll grains in the mesophyll grasses, supplemented with ground
desir- I Kdltor; Farmer and Fruit Grower were of a yellowish color. I In the feed. In the tourist season milk is
cross might develop something I
In answer to a reader who wishes white there total absenceof but for South Florida
able. I took about one hundredof spots was a imported, mostly ,
up to know something about the Peruvian II reduced of and little if for .
them and set them out. At first chlorophyll a amount very any, Jacksonville
Yam mentioned some time ago in the cell and the in the .
they looked like clover just coming sap, protoplasm contained especially summer.It
FRUIT GROWER. It is grown here but few granules. On exami is certainly a creditable fact thata
up ; later like a young blackberryvine. more than any other kind and is generally Florida of inhabitantscan
fine nation it appealed that there was a city 24,000'
By September they were
known the Round Leaf Yamto
large plants and would have made as gradual transformation or disintegration be supplied by its own dairies,

many runners if I had allowed themto. distinguish it from the PumpkinYam of the chlorophyll granules in all lying less than five miles from its

in the field and w lich has a forked leaf. When the various discolored portions of the court house and with not an acre of
They were set
the fruited. them first brought here about twelve years leaf. From the fact that the weather cultivated grass among them.
next Among
spring? several stories told how
ago were as to
had been unusually cold during the -
which I ---
were only eight plants
and where it
originated. Prof. Stelle
month the author led
preceding was y44444 tttt444ttttj
thought worth saving. One particularly of the Mobile[ Register, has the latest.It to investigate the effect of different I' WOSTH .A GUINEA A DOx.u
showed fine-a
strong ._
up was brought here from Mississippi. W%
grower, no inclination to rust, prolificin As for myself I believe it is a sport of temperatures on this plant thinkingthat
he discover the
fruit which was of good color, size thereby might Si
the old yam-what is known as a bud
of the abnormal of
and firm. I much cause appearance
shape was so
variation. In it is
appearance very AIL
the leaves. The author had ob
with it that I about decided
pleased as
much like the Yam and
Pumpkin ,
served that in instances the
the I would it. CURE
to name give whet mixed be told but
cannot apart,
of Phaseohts tnultiJorus i
I grew young plants from these cotyledons) remained
there is a difference when cooked. SICK HEADACHE
colorless after the wide
and set them the next September.
They will make a good crop where i .le.
expansion of the first leaves. This Disordered Liver
When the
they .fruited next
the old yam would be a failure and s ,
he thinks due to the cold and
season all were poorer than the year will under the same condition double was They Act Like Magic on the Vital Organs,2 |
he cites other examples of similar observations Regulating the Secretions, restoring. long] >
before and 1 threw all
away except the yield of the old yam. I It has less mentioned Sorauer and lost Completion, bringing back the Keen, |
the one to be named. The next yearit cracked potatoes and keeps as well Edge of Appetite,and arousing with the 4*>
Frank.-U. S. Experiment Station ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole physicalenergy !
was so inferior I threw it away too.
and is in condition after
eating long Record. of the human frame. These Fact,
Have nothing of the hundred seed the old kind is tasteless and pithy. .- are admitted by thousands,in all classes of
lings now except the experience and Society. Largest Sale In the World.
I know of no one who makes a Pastoral Capacities of Florida.A .
the {Covered with Taiteltss&Bolablft Coating.
name. business of a
selling sweet potato plants,
This shows that from seedlings but have no doubt that plants could ride of several miles through the Of all druggists. Price 23 cents a Hot.
New York Depot. v5 Canal St.
there is not one chance in a hundredto be got for $5 per thousand. The western and southwestern suburbs of ,g., "" "< " "tL'

get as good a market berry as was 4 I vineless will be tried this season. A Jacksonville will give one a rather

the original berry if it is of a good i party about fifteen miles from here better idea of the environs of the me

Varid'hat then must be the result claims to have made 200 bushels of I tropohs than he receives when entering MAKE MONEY

where young plants are grown from them on old land-well manured, of l IIY rail. There[ arc some fine truck _

plants that have scattered their seeds course. They are certainly fine eating gardens out on the Black Creek road, While You Sleep.EXCELSIOR .

by the thousand on an acre? I have and I II but that which particularly pleases the -
potatoes grow as large as any _
often found from twenty five to a hundred eye of a farmer is the herds of sleek STAN ]
I have ever seen. No plants of it can ___ L
seedlings under a single plant. dairy cows, many of them full-blood
I be got here, as every one is wanted.
If you grow your runners from I I only grow potatoes for my own use or high grade Jerseys. There are

plants which have fruited search for and get mine from my neighbor to hundreds of them grazing over the ,

the seedlings under each plant and plant. If any reader wishes to get wide stretching park like flats, spiked

weed them out. I prefer to set young some plants let him write to me what here and there with a solitary pine. ERUJTBJLL

plants in November on fresh ground t I he wants, with stamp or advertise in There are thousands of acres of the Evaporate Fruit DAY tic
the bloom oil thus valuable Louisiana smooth and and N U"IT. tUkuJrt
and picked
keep grass, .
the cent a word column and I will see : upon appJbUOD.A"
avoiding that difficulty. Such young what I can do. dense as a Kentucky lawn, though: tl rtfIIt STAHLEVAPORATOR sWILLIAM \

plants, too, will be stronger and more JULIUS SCIINADELIUCH. thickly studded in many places with COMFY

vigorous than those grown from plants Grand Bay,Al*. clumps of the dwarf palmetto and Qt11lICT.UJ






Florida and California at the season, but the domesticated of good \1: \t hey have shown by their pleasantetters

World's Fair. Poultry. strains will breed and rear a pair of ]I of appreciation, and will en-

We have not been in any particular young every six weeks. I(leavor to make the subject a sourcef
Edited by E. W. AMSDEN, Ormond Fla. After being properly mated they and all.
hurry to record the doings of the -""'- () pleasure profit to
World's Fair, knowing that there Squab Breeding-No. 2. select a box and build a rather scant I J. F. HKNKV.btwtey I T ,

would be a great deal of crudity about Editor Fanner and Fruit Grower: nest of coarse straws, sticks, etc. The I Fla ... .,
? ,1
I learn that there is hen then lays two eggs. Never more. -
the huge spectacle for the first few am pleased to Deafnoss Can't bo Curedy
weolcs. It that people gen so much interest taken in this (to Both cock and hen assist in hatching. .
appears female sits from three four I local applications as they cannot
The or ,
erally have taken the same view, as Florida) new industry as proven by
we see it stated that the average attendance the many letters of inquiry and urgent o'clock in the afternoon until ten or I reach the diseased portion of the ear.

for the first week was requests for more light on the subjectI eleven next morning. Her place is There[ is only one way to cure deaf-

scarcely day, at which rate have received since my article in the then taken by the cock until atcrnoon.( i I news, and that is by constitutional

the fair would 12,000 not per pay a tenth part of FARMF.U: AND FRUIT GROWER of May The female doing fully three-fourths ;:, :remedies. Deafness is caused by an

Us _Mt._ 13th. I feel encouraged to continuethe of the hatching. Incubation takes r>inflamed condition of the mucous

nuThe in the Times Union I subject, and if but a few are in. eighteen days from the time the last lining of the Eustachian Tu c.Vhen
reports in this is laid. The first food for the this tube gets inflamed: you have a
have been chiefly of a negative character I duced to engage pleasant as egg
to the exhibit in the Florida well as profitable.husiness and thereby young is a secretion prepared in the rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,

as details surround themselvefc with the many crop of the parents; this is fed for the and when it is entirely closed J Deafness
State not giving
building any
which seeds is the result and unless the inflammation
first few after
respecting the articles already in place, comforts now lacking beside laying days, grain, ,

and giving utterance to many regrets ,aside a reserve for a rainy day I shall etc., are given. can be taken out and this tube
The not fed as are the restored to its normal condition, hear-
at the scantiness of the display. Great be amply repaid. We will first take young are
the young of other birds but the food is ing will be destroyed forever; nine
credit is given to the indomitable per- up
regurgitated into the mouth of the cases out of ten are caused by cnrtnrrh,
severance of Mr. Atthur C. Jacksonand ORIGIN OF. THE IMGEON.
They are fed thus for about which is nothing but :an inflamed condition
the skill and taste of Mr.I Cash young.
to As almost engaged in
every any which of the mucous surlaccs.
twenty eight to thirty days, by
Thomas in eking out to the best advantage business likes to be familiar with and
time the young are strong enough and We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor
the meager placedat know the origin. and source from which
eat by themselves.The case of Deafness (caused by
of any
his command (for the covering As I not
his possession springs. am
parents are very charitable to catarrh) that cannot be cured by
the walls of "the fort. As we
huge this article lor the
writing the young of others, and if a bird too Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for CirCUlars -
expect to have on the grounds! soon a pigeon raiser but for the novice, we will
should the floor
young to get on free.F. .
special representative, a cultivatedand endeavor to give it in as concise yet other bird the CO. Toledo O.t6YSutd .
will leave the almost any especially J. CIIKNEY I & ,
capable man we
plain manner as possible. males will feed it. Before the
young by Druggists, 7 sc.
subject for his consideration. Although we have a few varieties I are old enough to leave the nest the -......-.

CALIFORNIA ALSO ln1SSA'I'ISF'IFIt.It . native to America, such as the com- parents, it. good breeders will take I The luin Fertilizer UM' ulJicu at

appears from the dispatches of! mon turtle dove (Coliimba Catolinen another box and build and lay and I Jacksonville, at the ""J,:' i"" tion of their

the San Francisco Examiner's correspondent sis) and the migratory or passenger start hatching. For this reason, every New York office and their New York

that there was much dis pigeon (C..1Il ratoria) with which a ent, will inangurato a Hyhtem of cut.
of birds should have two nests or
all ohemioalH after
satisfaction also on the part of the of the rates on agricultural
almost east Rocky
every one will often drive the from
they young December loth.; Thin will he purely an
Californians as to the display from Mountains[ is familiar, but these are .
the nest before they have sufficientage I tx(>eriinent. You had hotter take advantage
their State. The correspondent not the source of our domestic pigeon. and strength and they perish, or'' of it while itlnstn. Set! ,,,1. on

writes : spring from a habitat of Europe. page J 8li: ()
they lay in the same nest and the eggs O"e
The fruit men of California ought to --
The C. Lil' 'a or rock pigeon which,
become addled. These nest can be
tae l n>hnme tl l of themselves t, hut whether feel weak
in their wild state, nest on the ground, if you
they are or not every California in say 12 inches wide by 12 high by 24
Chicago in OHhameu of them and among the rocks, throughout portionsof inches long, with a division between, and all worn out take

Uhlmmetl to go near the California exhibit Europe and Asia, and not on treesas which makes a nest one foot every BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
in the Horticultural UinMing. do the C. Afigratoria of the United
Hen* it w! the iM 11 day of May and not I rock way.Where
These easily
States. pigeons are
Hfteck r of frtvh, California fruit on exhibition we have large rooms for the
except oranj.," 'H. Now oranges tamed and colonize and breed with accommodation of large numbers we L
I Said theOwl
an very nice hut they arc quite coin our domestic pigeons, and it was from place tier above tier of nests againstthe

mon on fruit ,stand in Chicago and these, of which there are many varie- sides and ends of the room, each '
other Arctic rVgiont"'*, and even when they
that stock !
present sprung. boardin
are nailed on to windmills or locomotives nest having a paddle or lighting
they are just' plain orange: Thus by crossing and recrossing we front of the entrance, which shouldbe

Michigan! han! Mmwltcmw to ho\v. have continued to improve and get a hole about five inches, square. to himself, "If the

True, the> were raised under glass hut new races and sub races, which, by Some have the nest all open in 'front. I moon I could get, '

the public clo('" not know that. Then careful breeding, have become distinct Although it looks very pretty when a I whenever I'm dry .
are no strait lurries) in the California ex and having feathers and habits and throat I could _
them my
well filled to see sittingall
hihit. It gives one a fn-n/.y to l'.moCnun room is -
a State that can raise sini vherrie'a markings peculiar to themselves alone. around the room yet I think thereis \ ; -with n quarter

all the year round and not t U ahh to With these races and sub-races, of not that seclusion preferred by all ,. 4: I hear; you can i

tied one in that Stnh..e.xhihit. which there are scores, we have to do' birds and fowls during incubation. purchase five gallons
ANI 1" NOT A ItKIUlY.Thev with limited number in this ar of
has a very The writer once fitted up a room to
IKi\t hero. that California
spent over gWW.OOO; ) ( () on the. "'Of Ie I"!.. Fair, ticle. In fact, the practical squab accommodate one hundred pair of J

vet with all that money there i i14 not a raiser (outside a few for pets) limits birds with open nests, and, though it i ires'Root

tarry exhibition It i,. !nice his stock to three or four varieties.
CHI a very was very pleasant to the eye, it proved j,, "
thing to talk about climate, hut it would This, I think, will be sufficient as to unprofitable owing to the constant Jeer.
show! a good deal more if home one wouldIrfid of the 1 A Delicious Temperance. -
the pigeon.
n few dollars here to make an ex- origin disturbance from other birds by their .i -quenching,
We will next talk of llealth.dlving Drink.
breaking and throwingthe
hibit of cherries. fighting, eggs
_,, Good for any time of year.A .
There arc cherries in California, but THEIR II A 11I1'5. young from their nests. As soon MMT -
of them have re-ached' Chicago. It :se.lockage makes 5 galtoos. Be sure and
none ; the fronts closed and
would e more elTectivo than much talk They are soc al in their habits, easily as were peace get HIRES'.

if one could enter the Horticultural managed and made pets of; if kindly harmony prevailed.As -
-- -
Huilding, out of the cold and see rijKJelwrriea. treated they will come at the call of the great majority are not pre

In another month tho cherries their owner, perch on the shoulder or pared with special rooms unless theyare TO WORLD'S FfllR VISITORS

will he ripe| in Oregon and California'sdisplay the head and eat from the hand. They, making a business of it, boxes can

will not attract any attention. are ordinarily peaceful and can be keptin be nailed up in any loft or outhouse, MOTEL. FRENCH,

Now, this correspondent J might as large colonies numbering into the as they are not at all choice in their HARVEY, ILL.
well have saved himself this outcry
hundreds of pairs. They live in pairs. habitation. Boxes can be nailed up
over the lack of strawberries, for if he FURNISHED HOUSE CAN OB 8ICURBD
When at the of about four monthsa in the chicken houses or in some out
does not know that strawberries FOR THIRTY DAYS.
that would otherwisenot
male and female form an attachmentfor ofthewar.corner
the continent wouldnot Situated the Grand Trunk and Illinois
on Central
shipped across
each other and this union lasts be utilized, and become a source
amid the R. R. being) convenient to stop without going
be an edifying spectacle their lives (setting a good example of profit as well as pleasure, (for no into the City, and more accessible to the FairGrounds
grandeur oi the World's Fair, the than the City 1 Itself.ThU
do. for mankind), unless broken up home seems complete without the is a three-story brick building! ,coot and
Florida shippers and receivers emblem of innocence the dove. airy rooms, with first-c1au table.
desires ,
who to mate
--S. by Give few days' notice of your Intended visit
believe in the "Gospel of them for{ certain points,either of color, The varieties will make a chapterof and we will reserve you a room, meet you at the
Try to .
station and guarantee satisfaction. Partiea of
this thank-
itself I will close by
Rest," i. e., never stand up when you size or some other characteristic feat- so four or six can have suite connecting If desired.
In the wild state the pigeon ing the editor for kindly giving space,
ran sit down and never sit down ure.
and the readers for the interest CHARLES G. FRENCH Harvey 111.
wken you can lie down. rarely breeds more than twice in a. many ,




state J'fews. Pineapples have made their appear- their Palma Sola bay -- -
.. ance in market. The property 550
-'-- """' -- crop will be lemon trees of
'""- ""-'""'- the latest improvedvarieties
On Mr. E. G. Scott's plantation, a that later than usual in this vicinity, a fact obtained from Mr. F. N. } APIANO.s
few miles above pleases the growers as if means Horton
town, several sinks better and also 100 Hart's TardifT,
have occurred of late. During Decem prices. a summer bearing grove, which in ad
her of last year one twenty-five feet in Jim Kicklighter, of Chicora-every dition to their old grove, will make
body knows
diameter at the top and several feet Jim brought seven about eleven acres in trees This
deep fell in, and about the time of the wagons loaded with wool to the city vicinity is specially adapted to lemon Tho Recognized Standard Modern!
hard rain few yesterday, and sold it to the enter culture Piano Manufacture.
a weeks ago, about I on account of the protection
yards from the first fell in another 250, cents prising firm of Maas It Hros. at twenty of the ha)..Hraidentown journal BALTIMORE aa &24 H Baltimore, st. NEW 14*YORK Fifth Are.,
which is a great deal deeper. Mr. Scott per pound. was the spring Mr. W. I L.
thinks that clip from his flock, and the sampleswere Milteer, of the commission WASHINGTON. J1cnn.ylvanla Aft
they connect with some excellent. firm of Milteer, Roberts & Co.,
underground(; passage, as there are Tribune. Tampa Morning of New York, who resides in our com. Our' J Rural' Jdome.
several more, and all nearly in a line. munit ', has beautiful I
a home
Momicello' Constitution.Mr. I I During the past hunting season :: ) and en -...-. ...-.-............-..-....-............-...
gages quite in fruit
extensively and
about three
otter skins and Tho Voto for
Frank Harcourt.We .
superintendentof several hundred vegetable culture. He displays considerable -
A. M. McGregor's tobacco farm coon skins, representing I enterprise and will extend the time for the vote
up a cash value of about we are
the river, near Alva, \\;as in town Sat have been killed in the $2,500 i pleased to note, with fair results. I He to one month instead of two weeks.
urda)'. lie has lately put in an irrigating Johns river upper St. is i the first of the commission mer ---_ -. s-
country by the hunters of
plant, and just as it was com. East Orange. Most! of these furs chants to secure (for his consignors remuneration Tho Sin of Frottlnflr.

pleted and ready for operation, the were sold at or shipped from Oviedoto for the berries that were There is one sin which seems to me
clouds opened and the rain descended northern markets.-Oviedo Chron- destroyed in the wreck just north of is everywhere, and by everybody is
so they have had no call to use it i t icle. Highland on April 8th. This he has underestimated and yet. They h ve four acres of tobacconow Orange trees done and his consignors are realizing overlooked in valuations of charac

growing finely, and everything in good shape this are spring.starting We to grow have for them 25 cents net per quart.- ter. It is the sin of fretting. It is as

points to a large crop of fine tobacco. had fine rains, and the month of Lawtey items in Starke Telegraph.The common as air, as speech; so com-
There is no doubt but this experimem which May mon that unless it rises above its
always been a drouthy sheep raisers of South Florida
is a success, and one which will lead: 1 month has been will in usual monotone we do not even observe -
meet Hartow
a wet this
one year. at an early date
to fuller developments in that section. any ordinary coming .
All the
for the
groves have been purpose; of forming a woolgrowers' l
Manatee( Advocate. together of people, and we sec
year and well cultivated. association. This is anothergood
There! is not in all Some many minutes it will be before
probability, a are on the clean cul. move.001 growing is a
very somebody frets-that is
more healthy town in South Florida tured much makes more
I "sand-papered, as the larger industry in this section or less
than Manatee. Nature has made i it saying is, while others than complaining statement oft
are not so well even our people have an idea i
healthy by a system of complete drain polished. There is going to be a good 1 is, and with intelligent managementand something or other, which most probably
age. From the south, and running crop.-Palatka Herald. association for every one the room, or their
mutual informaUUII .
t tile.t town __ __ _I nr the street rnrrif.. nc if may_ _
uuougn are four natural -
Too many hog-eaters for the nuns UIIU |protection II could: soon[ IIC he, knew before, and which
drains, which draw off( the rainfall and ber of hog raisers is the trouble in made one of the great leading industries probably nobody can help. most t

prevent the accumulation of water t to I pork just now, and the business of of the county. At present the anything about it? It is cold Why it say

stagnate in and pollute the air. Theseare raising meat is going to be the most dependence is on the scrub stock of hot, it is wet, it is dry; somebody, has is
nearly regular intervals throughthe lucrative the woods but
I rural occupation in the the introduction of a broken an
town and with the usual few appointment, ill-cooked a
sanitary South.'e need high grade would
expect cheaper quickly meal stupidity bad
rules ; or faith
enforced by our marshal are meat until the supply increases and i improve the stock and insure a I larger where has resulted in some-
the prime causes, no doubt, of the return for the discomfort.
our people had outlay.-Bartow Cou
just well !
as There
go to t are plenty of things to fret
general health
enjoyed by nero
ourpeop.le. work
to the
.-Ad deficiency, which about. I* is simply astonishing how
\'ocate. will become greater each year. Therewas Writing of the State Agricultural much annoyance and discomfort
A letter from Mr.I George L. Bran more clear the may
made College Lake be
money on hog! City Reporter says : found in the course of day's
ring, cashier of the Dade County State raising around The bill every
Tallahassee the making the
pastseason trustees of the living, even at the simplest, if one
Hank, to the officials of the Indian in proportion) to the amount college appointive every four years only keeps a sharp eye out on that
River State Bank says that the newbank invested, than in any other industry, by the Governor has passed both side of things. Even Holy Writ
at Palm Beach is meeting with and it will continue to be so 'for years houses, and only waits the Governor's we are born to trouble as sparks says fly

much greater success th..n was anticiwled. to come unless the conditions materially signature to become a law. upward. But even to the sparks
| In less than two weeks! time change in the Northwest. Ha- No doubt exists in the minds of upward, in the blackest of smoke flying
from the opening day the deposits con at 12 cents: will ruin those! in ,
the farmer a position to know, that the there is a blue sky above, and the
reached the handsome sum of $50- who has to buy.-Floridian. Governor will sign the bill, and when less time they waste on the road the
000, and if they keep on increasing fora Allow to this is done, it will devolve
me express the belief that upon him sooner they will reach it. Fretting is
short time, even in proportion, this Mr. Martin's to appoint the board. all time
explanation of the volcano new It is to be wasted on the road.-Ilelen
bank will soon be pushing for the laurels is l hoped that in *
these Hunt.
only a silly hoax, even when making apjx>int-
of the Indian River State !lank fortified with a coat of India rubber ments,- lif will select! new n nintorinl___._.__. .an.tire ..... .- .-
The latter'sdeposits, as shown by their moss and a che\' frise of pine (}-, as to appoint any of the old A Now Yellow Calla.

statement published in the Star last needles, which are equally absurd in- board would make no change in the Two hundred tubers of a new calla,
week, have passed the $tooooo mark, ventions. Muck grows under water situation, and would have the effect said to produce golden yellow flowers,

which is in excess of any period durinn and can rarely be ignited at the sur- only to defeat the ends for which the were recently sold by auctioneers in
the existence of the institution._ I face even in a dry time. What then bill was passed.'I'lie'I'obacco. I London. In advertising the sale the

Titusville Star. about the volcano during a wet sea- Plant of last week attempts following was published as a letter
Blight or rust did "strike the tomato son when covered with several feet ol to disparage the provisions of received (from the collector in Africa,

crop," doing much damage; and water? A rotten log or two smoldering the bill, and offers for argument that from whence the tubers came: "On
later the fruit was attacked .h}' worms in a bed of submerged muck the old board, by reason of its ex- returning from Lake Nyanza, after experiencing
for the first time in the history of gardening could hardly be depended on to perience is now in a position to better many hardships and dangers

here, and they did tenfold more bridge over all the wet seasons since handle the business matters of the from the natives and wild beasts,
damage than the rust or blight. Hutthe the volcano mystery has been mooted. school than a new board would be. I discovered a magnificent golden-

Winter Haven country has already Again, it is the office of moss to retain The truth of the matter is, that the yellow lily, growing in swamps with

shipped over 100,000 crates of tomatoes : water and not to repel it. Again, old board during its several years of nymphreas and various other water

and they are still shipping. Au pine needles do not fall point downwards incumbency has failed to show any plants; samples of the different varieties
burndale, I Ilaines City and Eagle Lake but the reverse. Again, what ability to handle the business of the I am sending. .diligent search

are also keeping up their end of the kind of pine trees can flourish for college, and the people, being aware I was made by the men in my charge,
business, and at the close of the season generation after generation with fi es of this fact, have called for them to i with the result of finding about two

it will be seen that the 3,000 acres raging in their tops and around them? step down and out. They have been hundred plants in all. You will find

devoted to tomatoes in the Polk county Verily, Moses and the burning bush weighed in the balance and found the tubers are quite distinct from the

lake region will have marketed at are double discounted by the discoveries wanting. ordinary lily of the Nile. I have never
least 150,000 crates, or an average of of Mr. Martin.( -JOEL: II. HARIIER -- -.- -- seen anything like it. No doubt this

fifty crates per acre, which is a full in Orlando Recorder. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS will be found a grand addition to the

half crop. Not much of a failure after Messrs. S. J. Tyler and "'. C. Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion genus." The bulbs are said to re
all.-Hartow Courier. semble those of
will Richardia
Lightfoot set out this season on & Debility. hostata or
of a tuberous begonia, having a smooth,



globular base, with a flat crown, from breathe air so contaminated. :Every ished and has proved beneficial whereall 'j olive will clean anything from a carpet -
which the roots push out. The description morning the water in vases should be other nourishment has been reject I to the finest of laces, but should
is not that of a botanist or changed and withered flowers taken ed. In case of bowel troubles the never be used in the room with a fire.
of one familiar with flowers, if we may out. There is a vast difference in addition of raisins in the proportionof I

judge from the wording, and it would flowers, in respect to the effect of the a tablespoonful to a cup of milk I After breakfast pour the liquid
hardly be safe to become ecstatic over stems upon the water, or the water cookcd in the milk is of value. coffee that is left in an earthern vessel,

this new "calla" withont further knowl- upon the stems; rose stems, being. --9- -""" --I------- an old pitcher is good, then put a
edge of its characteristics. hard, may be kept a long time quite : Over Eating.A small dipperful of warm water on the

free from any slimy substance, while physician lately said : "Most grounds and steep again. You will
FraudulontMaploBuJtBrand; Syrup. most soft-stemmed blooms soon be. persons eat four times as much as be surprised to see what strong coffeeit
The influence which the wholesale come polluted. Whatever the flower, they should." The proportion seemed will make. Pour this also into the

manufacture of bogus maple sugar and it is better to change the water every pretty large, but an eminent British old pitcher, then empty the coffee pot
syrup has upon the legitimate industry morning while doing the other morn physician of a former generation said and wash it thoroughly. The next

is referred to in the following fashion ing work, for flowers are too beautiful, almost the same thing-that one morning wet up the dry coffee with
by Dr. Felix L. Oswald, the famous too sweet, to fall under the ban of fourth of what we eat goes to sustain i this cold liquid and let it steep the

traveler and writer upon sanitary top. unhealthful" all for lack of pure life, while three-fourths go to imperilit. usual time; pour in the amount of

ics, inarecentissueof "Good Health. water.Amateur Gardening. Another physician wittily re- water necessary according to the size
Sweets are unwholesome enough at morked that most people dig their of the family, and it is ready for use.
Curo of Bread After Baking. own with their teeth. The About one.fourth of
best in the human stomach, and how graves an egg improvesit
much worse when commingled with a Remove the bread from the pans as foundation of the habit of overeating greatly, and some people add a
variety of vile drugs! There ought. to soon as baked, and place the loaves is apt to be laid in childhood and pinch of salt. Don't make the mis-

be some way to protect not merely the where the air can circulate freely youth, since the stomach then seems take of using a whole egg, for in this
consumer but legitimate producers. around them, thus allowing the gas able to bear almost anything. There case a little is better than a great deal.

Reference is had to the Island of Man- which has formed, but is no longer would be little danger of eating too -Nat. Stockman.

itoulin in Georgian Hay: In winter needed, to escape. An old wire win much if the food were always plain .

snow falls sometimes to a depth 'of dow screen, too small for modern windows and simple ; in that case the natural Table Etiquette in General.
three with cleats on the ends to keep appetite would be a safe and sufficient
feet and the
at rather sudden A host should not stand whilecarving.
advent of them two or three inches from the guide. The trouble is that the natural
spring, turns the woods intoa .
table, will answer as well as a cooler. appetite is too often spoiled by cakes,
chilly quagmire; but that very time Gloves arc not to be worn at the
of the year is the harvest season of Many use a sieve, but that is too small, pies, condiments and highly seasoned table under any circumstances.No .
and leaves the mark of the larger cross food.
the backwoodsmen, who move en argumentative or in any way
wires the loaf. Never leave the
massf to the "sugar camps," manufac- on Good Lomonado.The unpleasant topic should be broachedat
loaves on the table to sweat and absorb
turing syrup and brown sugar as long; the odor of the wood and do New York Times publishes the the table.
not cover
as the sap of the maple trees can be following "I learned There should be no difference between
them if the : a new thing,
made to run. A family with three you want crust crisp. "company manners" and thosein
said a "while visit
To give the bread that soft tender woman recently
stout boys can collect from two to I daily use.
wafer-like ing last week an English friend whois
three hundred gallons of syrup in a eral thicknesses consistency of bread, wrap in When sev- living in the country.'e had a The napkin is not folded, but is
season, und the profits of the business small dance of simply crushed and laid beside the
cold the cloth that absorbs one evening my stay,
remove as
would be considerable if the manufacture plate on rising.
the moisture and the bread and my hostess served the most delicious
of artific al maple sugar had nbt gives an lemonade I ever drank. I Coffee may be served at any time
become a regular industry of scanda unpleasant taste and odor. Place the during breakfast, but should come at
loaves in tin box well spoke of it the next day, and she told .
a stone jar or
lous In Chicago alone the end of dinner.
\proportions. covered and cleansed from me that it was made with freshly
a million gallons; of the vile compoundare crumbs and stale carefully bread. Scald and boiled water-the secret, she said, of Do not overload the plate of a
turned out every year, and shipped thoroughly good lemonade. 'I guest, or press upon anyone that
wipe dry every two or three days. A
with dainty cans, with a label repre- and half have a regular rule,' she further in which they have once declined.
of table
senting a maple grove and a gang of yard linen will a square for bread coarse cloth. formed me, 'which insures success if Remember the maxim of Confucius
answer a
industrious backwoods dwellers. The : "Eat at own table as
your you
I am making a quart or a gallon. Fora
of these in
contents of the can are less attractive; that Keep a good supply be order and quart I take the juice of three lemons would at the table of the King.
they always sweet
a watery treacle with an unmistakable clean and may them for other using the rind of one of them. I Never say or do, or countenance in
drug taste, but the difference in the never use am careful to peel the rind very thin, others the saying or doing, of any

price bribes thousands of grocers to purposes.------. .--.- getting just the yellow outside; this I thing rude or impolite at the table.
connive the fraud. Some forty Gruel.To cut into pieces and put with the juice Never notice or comment upon

American firms arc said to be engagedin make barley gruel boil four and powdered sugar, of which I use any accident, but render unobtrusively

the ugly, business, nearly every one ounces of pearl barley or one teacup. two ounces to the quart, in a jug or any assistance which may be
of them with a trade-secret recipe of ful in three cupfuls of water; boil it jar with a cover. When the water is necessary and possible. .
its own, though the most deleterious down to one quart. Strain and returnto just at the tea point, I pour it'over the The side of the spoon is to be
methods of adulteration have been saucepan; grate into it a little cin lemon and sugar, cover at once and placed to the mouth, e/.cept in the

discontinued since the discovery of namon, if you like, and sweeten; add let it get cold. Try this way once, case of a man wearing a moustache,
the curious fact that the semi medicinal when the of the leads the
from one-half to three-quarters of a and you will never make it any other point spoon
taste of genuine maple syrup pint of fresh milk; warm up and use way." way.
can be closely imitated with a decoc as wanted. For rice gruel take two --- -..... O- Where wine is served at dinner it
tion of young hickory leaves. tablespoonfuls of ricer six tablespoon. Helps aud Hints. may be declined without breach of

II tNRL.. MANNING. fuls of cold of courtesy, and should no more than
water, i # pints new Clean lamp chimneys by holding
milk. Wash the rice and soak it in them over the steam of the tea kettle, any other article be pressed upon the

( Flowor Vases-Look Out for Thom. the cold water one hour. Put it intoa then wiping until clear. They will guest.
A vase ot! flowers, while apparentlya double kettle with the milk and cook last longer than when washed, will Teach the children to eat at table
until the rice is done and strain with their elders, and do it in a dig.
thing of beauty, may become some- well look better, and you can sit down
thing far removed from that joy forever through a wire sieve. It can be sweet while doing it. Roil about every six nified manner.

of which the world has heard so ened if desired. Or a thin batter can months, then wash thoroughly in soap -

much. Here is a vase-a beauty in be made of ground rice and milk, suds and scour with sapolio. 'T'heywill

itself-the shape is graceful( the color stirred into a generous pint of milk or be like new. DYSD8DSia is file banD
dark brown, and it contains verbenas water and allowed to boil ten or fifteen
e artistically arranged. To look at it minutes. Take an old tooth brush for clean of th.present generation. It I*for IU

from across the room is to admire; but In the case of summer complaint, ing the corners of windows. Rub ona care ache,and CoMstipatlon: II* attendant and riles Hick,thai Head

not content with the distant view, the blown the rice in oven before cooking.To little sapolio, and scrub thoroughlywith
flower lover steps near and turns the make gruel for the very delicate the brush. It won't take half '

vase. The odor that arises from the take a heaping, teaspoonful of pearl the time it does the old way. Tutt'sPiIIsba. i

stagnant water is sickening, and one's tapioca to one quart of water. Wash
first impulse is to ask permission to the tapioca and put it into the water To clean carpets first sweep thor 9

change the water.'hat must be the cold and let it come to the boiling oughly, then with a clean cloth in the .* become famon They act
effect upon the air in a room or house point slowly. Let it boil gently until mop go all over the carpet with weak speedily and KntEy oath directive.
giving them toneand vigor te
where there are numerous vases of the tapioca is very soft. Strain it and salt and water, or one teacupful of imilatefood.ream Socrtpl cera.u...

flowers, the water left tq stand day add a little salt and cream if the patient gasoline to a pail of water, having Sold Everywhere. i'

by day? Certainly no one wishes to can take it. This gruel is rel wrung the mop out nearly dry. Gas. 811M.liO te 1'"4 Wuhl-a1ea 1&1.] Y.







H Educational Matters.It shipper whose ill conditioned stuff is Rural Branching Dhoura per pound... ...... ase
LO IillJh.r&ROWt White milo maize 4 ...... 2OC
is be that so wretchedly packed that it wouldnot Kaffir corn .. .. .. arc
certainly to regretted Amber cane or sorghum ......... 300
t RMERYndrKt General Hullock should have gone out carry to the State line, let alone Alfalfa or Lucerne ..... .... joe
i to the Northern markets and who is Johnson grass ......... 150
555* 0000000000? to Tallahassee to secure the removal of Gold seed rice ( per bushel.......... a.oo
>>HKN POWERS 1.41\01.: the Normal School from DeFuniak to generally: the most ready to denouncethe Genuine red upland oats ". ..... .... 6oc
White seed rice .. ...
"monsters. '00. 3.35
P. 0. Address. Lawtey, Fla. Lake Weir. Suppose Middle and West corporations as Beggar weed seed, per pound ........ ...... .35GROCERIES.
Florida have more State institutionsthan LATER-Since the above was writtena .

dispatch has come from the capitalto Butter, gilt edge... .. .. .. .. ............. .. .35
CONTENTS. South Florida, they were establish. Cheese; full cream .. ................ .. .14
ed there when that was the heavy end the Times.Union announcing the Cheese >{ cream ..................... utf}
GROVR AND' ORCHAKt>-CuHng Oranges; indefinite of the House Evaporated apricots ...... ......... ..... .16
Farmer Pack; Kusxian Mulberry; Causes of the Commonwealth. Their great postponement Evaporated peaches......... ... ........... .14
of Rot; Weather and Crops at Pinellas 347 bill.Ve record this fact with sorrow Evaporated. apples... ........... .. ....... .11
Tropical Port Myers; Heavy Crop of Plums; staple has been on the decline and their Dried peaches .. . ...................... .10
Budding. .- .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. 348 condition has been retrograding until and mortification, believing that in so Dried apples. .. .. .... ................... .08
Varieties for Air Culture doing the Legislature has acted in de. Currants .... .. ..... .. ................ ,06
Soil Florid- insects Open Which Act; lately, while the staples of South Citron .. ..... .. .................. .16
as Chemical on Agents Keys;. . . . 349 Florida are coming up and that sec. fiance of the wishes of a large majority Prunes. Turkish.......... .. ............... .13
constituents. i Raisins L. L. box........ ..u..... .....{1,90
PARKS AND' TRUCKER-Degeneration of tion is advancing. of its trigs, Dry .. .. ... ...................... 13
Strawberries: Peruvian Yam; Trenching; Nuts, mixed.. .... ................-........ .13
Pastoral Capacities of Florida . . 350 Middle and West Florida would -- .. Almonds.. ...... ... ...,..... ,18
Plorida and California at the World's Fair. 351 doubtless resent the idea that they English Walnuts..... ........ ........ ,14
POULTv-Squab Breeding No. a. .. .. . 351 VIa.1' ets.JACKSONVILLE .. Pecans ........ .. .... ........ .it
OCR RURAL lone The sin of Fret ting New need State patronage; but for family ] \ Filberts. ......... ........ .. ...... .12
Yellow Calla; Fraudulent Maple Sugar; ; reasons it would be just as well to '-'"" .. Brazil Nuts...... .......... .......... .tt
Flower Vases;Care of Bread; Gruel!;Over- -
Hating; Good Lemonade; Table Etiquette 353KDITORIAU leave these institutions as they are, at FLA., May 21.:) .
-The Dog Law; Educational Matters least until such time as the tobacco, Market Notes.
; Better News from Tallahassee .. .. 354 1 the fruit culture and the dairying have FRUITS AND VEG1 TABLES. JACKSOXVIL'LK:, May 25.: -There are

White House Lead. .. .. .Company. .. .. ....;.. .Huge. .. .. .. .Packing. ... 355 placed those older sections of the State lots These fetch are prices average above top quotations.quotations Extra while choice poor sustain hardly enough orange on the market the to
lots sell lower. a quotation. during
Sulphate of Iron for Fruit Trees; Florida on a better economic footing.It Oranges, 126 .... ... .. .. .... .... .. 3.35 HUbt week good fruit has hold at top
.. . .. .. .. . .. I
Horticultural! Society \y) talk of 150-176 .. .. .. .... .... .. 2.50
is idle and foolish
to a .. 176.200. .. .. .. .. ...... ., 2.00103.00 nrices in the North. Halifax River
State University yet awhile. That mayas russets. . .. .. .. 3.35 Tardifn sold tip to 5.IV;; at auction in New
Weather in Jacksonville.i Pomelos, box. . .. ...... ... .. .. 3.50103.00 York one day lust week.
'u .,. _, ,_ well be postponed for a maturer ..&r.r.1.yy._... russet. .. .. .. . ...uuuuu............_._ 4 iLemons nntn"lIn- .- "',J- Two or. three thousand IMIXUH a. \vtkhtill
-- --
I a a' I'! v be d'-..aobATR civilization, left to grow up like the .. ,Messina Fla., ..1.50t0. ..... ... ........ 3.50 2.00 I;IKS through; ; ; ; this city.Mr. .
I.R d. w ..EI a 0 constitution of England, piece by Pineapples 4.50103.00 A. M. Ivesof the fruit Exchange ..,
ClIO ClIO n:; :; 2: :; I :" :: California has of them Bananas bunch .. ...... .... 1.50 to 1.85 has returned from and the
two lately Chicago
piece. ,
I Potatoes choice. ...,.. ...
.... ; s- ; j- .. 3.50 \\'cnld's.air. He that the Florida
May 16. ; 77 i'O ; 77 0.53 but in her swift, feverish life Califor sacks. 3.35 reports
lay 11.... 'i64 6A i!' 62 M 69 0.00 New, 3.50 to 4.50 State building has about a carload
May 18.... ...... ;I M 75 ">a S7 TO 000 nia has really lived a hundred years. Onions Bermuda, imported, per bu 3.00 of golden russets; distributed thinly
May 19..... ... ,69, 72 848 3 71 Her isolated position in a manner Fla 3-peck: crate.. 1.35101.50
May JO...... .. '71 74 AA 26 is Sweet potatoes bbl... .... .. 1.50101.75 around), while the California beautiful
May 21..... .. '72 173 )86 (11,2 206 0.00 compelled her to create them. With Florida cabbage, bas han carloads of her most

May u. .... .. .. 14-i74.- -.9 68- 31- 7S- -o.oo the great institutions of the Atlantic Beets" new bbl ..per. ... 1.00 to 3.00 1.50 bright Navels. Yet a high ofllcer of the

Mean '69.4,13'3IR4.I,63.3.2O.9,737 I, I, 0.53 States, both North and South, so closeto Turnips, Fla 3.00 Fair said when ho wanted HOIIIU oranges
Carrots,dozen bunches.............. .35 to eat he nlwnjs aiiiiu up to the Florida
E. H. DHMAIN, Ol ;erver. our doors, no such necessity exists Parsnips .35 building.

Celery ..... .... .. .331o.40
--- -e- here.There Egg Plants,crate small.............. 1.50103.00 POINTS OX lol E.\t'I'LHS.
Counting mainland and keys Florida is absolutely nothing needingto Beans crate .....73 to 1.00 Since our report last week one cargohastrrivcd
Green bushel
now has a strip of pineapples halfa be done with the State educational Tomatoes peas firm ...... 1.35101.50 1.50103.00 for A. Davidson() of thin city,

mile wide and about seventyfivemiles institutions except to build them up Squashes ......... 1.35101.50 having, teen? purchased' by him on uioke'K
just where they are with all the money Cocoanutt .... 4.00 ; also a rail shipment of 100 crates
long, planted or being planted.It Peanutabcst brand. ........ .0734
and culture and which the State Strawberries .. .. ...... ........ .13 from Lake Worth to the Fruit Exchange.
-- -e. power Plums ....... 1.50 to 2.00 They were promptly diM]>ntched to two

is currently stated that the can afford( to bestow upon them. Theyare Blackberries, .. . .... .10 ditTerent |x>mtt<. Another cargo of dix
repre but :.IantOt''rloo.. .. .. 1.50103.00
sentative of a large Chicago house has not perfect by any means, theyare Huckleberries .. ... ..... .. .... .12 to .15 or Hjven carloads i is momentarily expected
not needing any change of skies. Cucumbers, crato to 1.00 I from Havana. The consignee i is
purchased a lot at LaVilla Junction Green Corn to .35 already hen awaiting it ; ho htates that
(Jacksonville), and will erect on it an i Peento Peaches, carrier .... 4x0105.00 the vetel 1 left Havana the 17th.A .

immense packinghouse for oranges. Better News from Tallahassee. POULTRY AND EGGS.Itens few of the Porto Iticm from the Lily

---__. ..- Our information from the capital .J5 to .40 and the Suwannee lat week Hold in

;An 1 Appreciated (coming from a good authority) is that Broilers Roosters.... .................... to .to.30 Jacksonville as high as GO() cents each
ComplimentOf the new bill now in course of prepa Turkeys, per pound .. ............. 16 to 16)1C, and retailed at (W to 75: cents But none
the numerous flattering letterswe Ducks...35 to .50 retail now higher than TK) cents. Most I
ration in the House, creating a Rail. Geese. .50 of the smaller ones are down to 12 and
have lately received (together with road Commission, is a fair and liberal K fg... .14

many new subscriptions) we select at measure and is tolerably likely to pass HAY[ GRAIN, ETC. 15.A bill was l efore the l-egislutuw! to

present the following from A. McD. both the House and the Senate. It White corn small lots...$ 1.30 com IK-1 all (tartlet* shipping' pines
Frazer, of Chicago: "I 1 most heartily Mixed corn 1.35 through. Florida from outJ4lt 0 jxiintH to
is inside that "
given out as an statement Whiteoatu, 1.83
I the
label them plainly with name of
the .
congratulate you on improved Mixedoats. 1.75
appearance the first bill introduced for this purpose Hay No. i, Timothy, ama111ota.... ...'. 30.00 their own country, to .prevent them' from
AND FRUIT was an illiberal and obstructive Wheat bran, small lots. *>.oo stealing Florida s thunder. Unfortunately
GROWER since the new management Wheat Middlings per 21.00 the bill did w t It is nut HO
measure which if enacted would fresh |iKasis.
Ground feed (corn and oats), per sack
took it in charge, and 1 trust it will have seriously! repressed railroad enterprises of 100 pounds...... 1.50 easy to identify Florida pines by thue.'o
meet with the success and Feed meal, per sack of too pounds, less as it i is Florida oranges.8TEAMEK .
encourage. in this State. All true friendsof quantity, per 23.00
ment it so richly deserves. As a tenyears' the producing classes of Florida do Rice flour per cwt... ...90Pure RlllrHE.' S.
wheat per sack of too pounds. 1.40 For the week 23:} the
subscriber I think all ending May Clyde
we ought cooked.
not desire any legislation which would Prepared steam cow feed per cwt,
Line steamer, besides their large mis*
and tso-pound 1.30
willingly ungrudgingly $2.25or
pay really cripple the transportation com Prepared steam cooked horse feed, per cwt, cellaneotiH cargoett of lumber, etc.,
$2 SO for it, as I think it is well panics. Hut they do want and insiston tso-pound sacks..' .. 1.50 carried out 74 i boxes of orange and 870
Pearl grits, per 3.10
worth the latter sum. having a Commission that shall bepreventive Pearl meal, per 3.10 crates of vegetables. The steamers of

Flour best winter wheat patent 5.10 the Ocean Steamship line, Bailing from '
that shall exert a wholesome Fliur. extra fancy family... ...... ...... 4.30 Savannah had follows
The Doff Law. and just restraining (Half barrels" either brand, 350 per barrel cargoes as :
power upon
extra.) Dessoug (to Philadelphia), May 17, 43
Anyone who will take the troubleto the corporations. It is impossible to Cotton seed meal bright, per ton.. .. .. .. .. 26.00 boxes of oranges and UOIUcratesof vegetables

react this new enactment of the Leg punish and exceedingly difficult to Dark.or Sea Island cotton seed None meal in per market ; the City of Savannah (to Ik>>ton).

islature will make the interesting discovery mulct a powerful corporation; henceit Pure ground bone. fine, per ton 31.00 May 18, 118 Ixuesof oranges hnd :5.897
Bone and potash,per ..... 33.00 crates vegetables ; the City of Birmingham
that it is bit of would be foolish to inject anything
really a crafty Getrnankainitperton .17.00 29 boxes of
and wise It first vindictive destructive ;into railroad Land plaster ........ .. u.... .. .. ... 10.00 May 274 orangesand
legislation. appealsto or 11,403 crates of vegetables the
Nitrate Soda! jHc per pound;per ton. ... ... 55.00 ;
the sympathies of the friends of dogs legislation. But to hold back, to curb, Muriate potash. sftc per pound; per ton.... 50.00 Kansas City, May I 21, :209. boxes. orornnJ.l"K
Sulphate potash, 2C per pound; per ton..... 31.00 and of
by affixing a penalty upon any person to restrain without injury is possible, Sulphate potash 90 per cent. .. ..._.... 55.00 15,287 crates vegetables.The .

who kills, steals or injures a dog; and and this should be the aim of all good SEEDS, ETC. ,I show the heavy shipments condition going of North the

then it cunningly provides that the fine friends of the people.It Peas, Clay. 1.10 Western markets.depressed

imposed shall in no case exceed the is a wise man who can solve all .. WhippoorwUl. 1.43 .
.. D'ack.' .. .. .... ....... ..... ......... ..1.43
value of the dog as given in by the the intricate puzzles of transportation.It to.. Black Eye ................ ........ .040 To Fruit and Vegetable Growers:

owner for the purposes of taxation. requires a high order of ability and .. Red Rippers.. 1.15
.. Melon, Lemons,
Thus it is in reality a statute for tax. patience to draw the line fairly between '. Split .. .. .. .. ...._. 3.75.75 Crapes Ship Ptacht your Pincapplr, Vegetable, etc. to us, as we
Beans.... ..... 3.40 think will get more money here than you
crate-smasher and yon
inc dogs, which is a step in the right the reckless M Lima ... will by .hipping North.

direction. Score one for the Florida the arrogant billing-clerk on the one Pearl! Cat Tail millet, per pound............. aoc BLAIR & TllkASHKR,
German or Golden millet, per bushel.. 2.00
Legislature. hand, and on the other the shiftless Hungarian grass, per bushel. .. .........%..... 3.50 Jacksonviue! Flat,.




SHIPMENT. 1 125 barrels of Jamaica pineapples. This Bogus white lead would have no sale did It not
For the )same i>criod the (following ti. fruit is fine and healthy, and brings top Bogus afford makers a larger profit than Strictly Pure
nmtetJof vegetable Hhipited by the lines prices. White Lead.
' east of Lake City are furnished.) Beet!, Tho tatter grades of pineapples improved The wise man is never persuaded to buy paint
1,700) crate; cablwige, 10,500 crates and in price Wednesday; the small that is said to be "just as good" or "better" than

lxirrvln; tomatoes, 28,375 crates; ttfjuanhcH, green grades sell tatter. in consequence,
3/.JOO crates; cucumbers, 9,100 crates: but at no higher prices. The steamer Strictly Pure White Lead.
loans, 7,500: crates; now |potatoes, 4,375: City Washington i is in with 7,000 liar-
crates and barrels; eggplant, 025 crater; rels.
cauliflower :350 crates; onions, 550 CIlIf'UO18": 22.-Pines saleable at The market is flooded with spurious white leads. The following analyses,
crates; Peento peaches, 125 crates.JACKSONVILLE :too to 8.00 {per? ioo.according quality. made by eminent chemists, of two of these misleading brands show the exact
MAHKKTS.I : ; The Southwater Street Company sold at proportion of genuine white lead they contain :
auction: May 13, one car of pines at 5;2
The commission men have lieeii at to 8c; May li: one car of !pines) at 0 to Misleading( lirand Misleading Drand
their wit's end! for Home time to know 834c; May J I 10, one car of pines' at :IJU J to Standard Lead. St.Lead Louis.Co." Strictly Pure White .. Pacific Warranted Pure (AJ] White Lead."
what to do with the flood! of cabbage 71
"c. .
Proportion Analyzed by Material Proportion Analyzed) by
,been '( upon| them, and the same has LorisviLLK:, May 22.-Pineapples' :3.00 IUr>tc0 59.3U (per cent. HegUChau>vnt Sulphate of Lead 1.18 jr cent Ledoux & Cox.
true nearly all over the countr')'. to a.r() |pt.'r dozen.ST. Oxide of Zinc &I.1H l per cent. Jt Hro., Oxide of Zinc 43.01 per cent New York.
(By the way, our quotation lat week IxUls. May 22.-Pineapples quietat White Lead 6.4 per cent. St. Lout llarjrtw 50.68 I per cent.
read 2.25 when it should have !been> range of 1.00 to 2.00 j IK"r dozen. Less than 7 per cent white: lead. No white lead in it.

l.'Jft.; $ ) But the demand for tomatoes is CINCINNATI. May 22.-Two cars of !Havana You can avoid bogus lead by purchasing any of the following brands.
Ktill tolerably active at the prices above pines sold at auction at 4t1 to M -ic. They are manufactured by the Old Dutch process, and are the standards
given. Celery and asparagus out of
ANCHOR (Cincinnati) RED SEAL" (St. ,Louis)
market. (Jreen corn in coining in short .
4'ECKSTEIN"Cincinnati e
LlVKitl'OoL: May 13.: -We confirm our ) KENTUCKY (Louisville)
and stubby and a good article is wantedat SOUTHERN (St. Louis and Chicago) ATLANTIC "(New York)
25 cents a dozen. Shippers. should last reports, and now have the pleasureto It COLLIER (St. Louis) JEWETT (New York)
remeinljur to give good ventilation as enclose catalogues of our last: two auctions For sale by the most reliable dealers in paints everywhere.
corn heats very readily. New potatoes of California Navel oranges, whichwe If you are going to paint, it will pay you to send to us for a book containing inforrna
are small yet and stern likely to con hope may ta of interest to you. t:)n that may save you many a dollar ; it will only cost you a postal card to do so.

tinue so throughout the season. In the I* CO! ot.t.V it.t( CO. NATIONAL LEAD CO.
recent glut of (nitatoos Jacksonville was The bulletin of May 8 reports sales of ,
(flying as much for (>otatocs as New California Navels from 8* Od (about 2.12)) I Broadway. New York.
York sometimes more. uii) to 11s ltd (ataut :2.03)! ). The bulletin
Florida onions are looked upon with of May 12 reports| sales of California Navels carrier, 1.25 to 2.75: ; l beets, Southern 2.00 customers, and will doubtless mean a
some disfavor this: season: as a result of at 6* (ataut 1.50)) up to 12s (Od (about to 2.50 barrel; stimuli, 1.50: barrel; strawberries considerable: reduction in the amount of
the wet weather they are bulged and :3.12)). Arkansas, small, soft and wet, rusty fruit shipi)>ed next winter.
chalTy, not dense like the Egyptian. 1.00 to 1.75; Kentucky, 2.00 to 2.25 {wr CHUFAS.. -Farmers wishing chufas for
They lo not keep well The smaller NEW: YORK. May 22.-Oranges, fancy, 21-qt. cane; Southern Illinois, 2.00 to seed will find) a supply' at the store of
crates in which they are shipped also :3.50to5.K>> : ( ); blackberries. North Carolina, :UX() {per 24-gt. case. Messrs. W. A. [Hours & Co., who also
ulernteagnainst them. 14 to 1 lOc: cherries North Carolina fancy, The fruit commission merchants tint still have a small quantity of Florida
The few Peento i>eaches, melons, and 25 to 30c; huckleberries 20 to 25c' ; strawberries among, their receipts from the South each clover or tK'g arWt\{" seed! ) on hand.
cantelotii are so small green and Virginia, 1)) to 14c; North Carolina morning now a number of IKIXCS of Cape ....-.. .-
hard that thy might tatter have l been 5 to lOc; Charleston fancy, 16 to 25c: Jessamine. buds.!' These charming flowers Hugo Packing HOUEO.
kept at home. They are not worth |potatoes, :3.50 to 4.50; beets, Charleston" are all the rage, and deseavedly' so\ ,
quoting.An 4.00 to 8.00; Savannah, Iwirrel crates,2.00 for house, table and iwrhonal decoration. The Jacksonville) house' to be
improvement is to lie recorded in to 4.00; cabbage, North Carolina and Savannah They cannot I are niiseu in this! climate and built in : by 31!Ir. Gco. II.
the {KHiltry market. Good, fat hens are ,, 1.25: to 1.50; Charleston anti Norfolk arc therefore somewhat' ) of a noveltv. Utmor, and his associate, .plans( and(
now worth 40 cents. 1.25 to 1.75: cokes 2.00 to :3.00: They arc ('() chl"ap-$1 a box, 200 buds!' in ccitication| for which are in tho luitul
Dark ittoiiBced meal is butchers and fruit of Orlando's eflicient architect, It. J.
temporarily green )peas, Norfolk, 1.00 to 1.25; squash! each l IMJX-that the
out of market, the supply being ex- 7:k, to 1.00; hiring, )beans, Charleston wax dealers buy them to present to their cus- Kcnnard. will l 1)o by far the largest in the
hausted. 75c to 1.25; Savannah wax, 1.00 to 1.25; tomers, while a few of the private hotels State and doubtless in the world.It .
tomatoes, 3.50 to 4.50.PALMRK do likewise. For Ixnittonniers they area is to be 250X75 feet! and will be
I HIVENUUKO &; Co. decided) attraction, and gaining in favor luip't..1<< { with every api>aratus and.convenience -
Auction Sales.
calculate! to facilitate tho business
apparently. When prol.erlnckl..1| -
Blake it Itipley, Boston, May 13: : California by the grower! they can Ins rewliippedfrom \ of the large firm for which it is to
Navels, 2.75 to :3.02: seedlings, Put LA1WL1'I1IA: May 22. Tomatoes, f here.A In constructed. ,It will I have: Hide tracks .
1.37: to 1.87. strictly fancy, Irer i 0-ljasket carrier 4.00 marked feature of the t situation\ in leading to it from every line of railroad
Know & ('.0., I lost on. May 15: California to 4...rtO; choice, |leer G-basket' carrier.3.2.) tho cabbage market during the past week in Jacksonville.", The firm will have
Navels, /' 1.75 to 1.87. to 3.50; fair to good, per 0-basket carrier, was the fragrance of decaying and rotten large branch {Kicking houses at Beveralplat
Saute : California Navels, 1.7 2.50:; to :3.00: choice to fancy, standard cabbage, which freighted theatmosphere *** in the orange l helt.-Orlantlo JlQ.porlt'r. -
to:3.40; sesdhings. 1H( () to 1.20.) crate. :3.00 to 4.00; ordinary stock, crate in the produce quarters almost daily. i : /t.. :
.& New York had small or carrier, 1.50 to 4.00 ('ab Florida -- ... t'L
Sgotiel < Day a ; cage The: stranger who hapMned| along would -- +---------
sale of Florida oranges and grax| ) fruit choice hard medium size 1.50( to 1.75:): occasionally get a .whiff," and then /F roiut ir.ic/f .drI"iR
on Thursday I 18th inst..! The oranges; Florida fair to gm>d, 1.00 to l 1.25: string would look around him and upand down Or ydu' are all worn Hit, nally( goal k""" 4
were of the Hart's Late variety and beans, choice, tender, green Lon) to 1.2.1; the street. A number jteddlerH would tfI.Ug .it 4generaldeblity.'.')., /ffO.V IttTTEItS.( Try .
i 'prime, handsome fruit in every ros|P ect.They choice wax, i.2to. 1..1O(): cucitmtars, approach the unfortunate owners and It will euro you clc-anne your liver and ,
sold from :3.70) to 5.35: leer box on choice selected .per crate, 2.50) ) to :3.00; volunteer to haul it to the dump. One a JC'ulaNICtitu.
this fruit making average, of exactly ordinary to ,good, per crate, 1.25: to 2.00()(); firm who witnessed! with feelings of -
:..00) a IKIX. The grn{ o fruit sold for) new {1"tntol'K. choice! selected.( |>er barrel, some disgust!' ;; !' men holding their nose: as
:tOo() to ..a0 a 1 MIX. 4.50. to 5 00); fair to good, j per barrel 3.50 they passed by, told the peddlers to help. EPILEPSY OR FITSCan
Uixoi1kintl.: Ikiltimore, May 1U): to 4.00; seconds.wr: \ barrel, 2.00 to :3.00: themselves, anti they got rid of it in a
Florida oranges; LaO) to :3.25: (tomelm, culls (IKT Itiirrel. 1.00 to 1.50( ; HIUOI: ) short time. The Hoard of Health wan
choice whine |per crate 1.25:>> to 1.50)( ; eggplants .; represented on the street on one occasion this diacane be carM? Mott physician MyNo
4.50.Fruit -f My,Yt't; all forma and the wont cacea. After
Auction Com|>any, (Cincinnati : choice to fancy, ]Kr bushel crate: in the interest of purifying the atmos! SO years study and experiment I have found the
May 12: One car Florida oranges, 1.;,:ito .0.00; ) to 9.00; oranges, (al1 choice' sizes phere. The cabbage that was given away remedy.-EpUcpy U cured by It; cured, Dot subdued .
8.15'); average, 2.02. One car California l I'l'r IKIX, 4.00 to :5.00; to fancy was from Florida, but some t of the New liy opiates-tho old,treacherous, quack treat.
oranges, 1.20 to 1.70. straight lines, j per (tax, 2.50: to 3.50; all Orleans! and Mobile offerings did not fare ment. Do not dttpaJr. Forget past impositions on
South Water Street Auction Company, sizes iis to quality, i>er tax, 1.50 to 2.50: ); much h('tter. your )par**, past outrages on your confiiience,RMtfailan
Chicago, May 15: : 102 taxes California grape fruit, fancy brights: !', j per tax :3.50:; I' )1. .Klf.I4\" & Co. *. Look forward,not backward. My remedy
beedlings, 1.45 to :2.05.! May 16: 377; : to ...:to): russets! |per box 3.00 to 400. -- _e_ is of t.w&Juabl.. work on tho subject, and
bottle of the remedy tent free fur trial.
Urge -
taxes California Millings, 1.15 to* 2.05. HEDFIBLD) t SON. Business Notions. Mention Pott-Office and Express adtlreis.

SrtNn.llwPAle" '.-The National I>?adComiKiny I'rof.V..IL PEEKE,F.D.,4 Cedar St.,Near York.
1'I FAP1'LE: PRICKS. CIUCAOO, May 22. Strawberries, the largest manufacturers of ..
Ituhlmati &: Q). say: The supply.. of Tennessee, 1.50 to 2.75; cabbage. Florida, white lead and lead products in the "MORE TESTIMONIALS";;
has bee rather short< this week 2.00 to 2.25; beets 50; to 75e dozen: world, have been running a series of advertisements -
hence prices showed some improvement. cukes, 50 to GOc dozen; peas, 2.00 to 2.25 !! that any who contemplate Mid for MUD than oabar$ other of taaeh hat.cber. lees
Monthly we had 252 Itarrvls, ex. Ss. C. half bushel: taans) 1.75 to 2.00 bushel; Itainting,. during the coming,. season will MAD. 8J aa nr.00000000fua Op",.
Condall 2.00( to 2.'i barrel tomatoes do well read.! not firm shoe at L atnr, llllaoU. Z2J
which we sold at 3 -c for No. 4 squash, white ; to They are a new chicks ha Uh.4 at OM Ulna
to 13c for extras. Tuesday, 32: barrels' Florida, :3.00 to 3.50. introducing a new article, but are the with, .'U... CAiwcitr ReUblelnClbatorA,8eDd '
ox. Ss. City of Washington, which sold owners and manufacturers of mho standard iA maps or new fllaJfeilails &to. /
at 4 1 to life: a few double extras at 10 to CINCINNATI, May 22.:! -Potatoes, Hose, brands white lead that have given cat&1ope. Add,... jI
IHc. The Ss. Orizala Hue next Monday .5.00 to 5.50; i peas, 1.50 to 1.05:'; cabl age: white lead its character a* the standard locQiator &Brooder Coulncy(] III.
'23d) 1 instant, with 12.720, of whichwe I Mobile, 1.50>> to 2.00; beans, round, 1.00 {paint. :Many of the brands! were alreadyold J
have 1,000) barrels There is a decided bushel; cucumbers, home-grown, 50 to I when our fathers were boys. .m* TlirM'sT-HArillNFUY:
improvement in order for this (GOc( dozen ; onions Bermuda 1.80 to 1.00 C1LT.-lr. E. Beau of Jacksonville B 1 O 1 .*..1! TOO!.** In the world for
I mm KT P* .. c0tn lath) bULD. i
of the well-known Eureka : -> o
steamer. crate; tomatoes, choice, 2.25>> to 300. proprietor UllkiHor80
The steamer Claud Condall, from Havana Insecticide,. announces that he has Powors, t
arrived Tuesday with 5,000 barrelsof ST. Louis. May 22.-Potatoes, 3.50 to rebuilt his"factory, which was burned WELLS Stoam Engines, \
pineapples, 55 baskets of egg plants, 3.75 barrel; 1.30: bushel sack; ten days ago$ and is now ready to fill all mu- Pumps & ,
48 erata of cucumbers, 48 baskets l of tomateet I onions, 1.05 to 1.10 bushel sack; cabbage, orders with his usual promptness. As D I Iron Pip*and FlttfDA W.O 8op.
*. These vegetables are a* tine as Mobile: 25c to 75c crate; Louisiana. 75c this is the busy season for the use of this la I 11 M b u fife 1I*red. II". U".* a1 can he realized. to 1.50; beans, Mobile, round, 1.25: to insecticide, this promptness 011 his ))art LOOMIS t\ NYtMAN,
The steamer. Neptune also arrived with 1.40 bushel; tomatoes;.Florida, basket will be. appreciated by Mr. Bean's many WELLS TirrivTIlE .


WEATHER AND CROPS vcstigations on the growth of cropa I Florida Horticultural Society.We .

with iron have It Costs No Moreto
sulphate entirely confirmed have condenwHl) tho following from
For tho Week Ending May 22, i the accuracy of that proixwi- verU'itiin i in the Florida Agriculturist.
1803. re\tOrt
\ of his
rtMiiurkHMr.llamliu .
Western: District-Tern nvnitu re about (Ir. Griffiths carried out many seriesof said

two tle,:i-ecs IwJow normal for the week. soil testp.J] go viaMammoth There : niemlHTH hcreniul
are some some
Rainfall lielnw normal. hut Kiillicient for
"All soils
contain iron as a constituent horticulturists in Florida, who have the
tho tiecttlrt of growing cn>jw. Sunshine hut the iron in' not always in a formto education and experience to warrant

much above the average Hright Bunny IKS readily taken up by growing
them in the material
Cave buying raw as you
clays and unusually! cool nights prevailed. crop This l eing so, a crop must suffer would nay, and mixing them accordingto

Thocool night were unfavorable for cot- iron being one of tho ingredients requisite their own notion of what they want
ton and corn checking their growth for the formation of green chlo
for fertilizer. That is
a they may buy
Hoinewlmt. The weather favorable
was rophyll."Chlorophyll
routeto their and their thOK-
en own potash own (
for harvesting the oat crop, which is a substance of primary and their ammonia hut tho
0 phato own ,
is now being gathered and is yielding importance in every plant (giving difficult? in my mind is the proiMrtion.s$ :
well. All crop and fruit |pects continue rise!' in the first instance to starch,
in which to use them. Of I do
excellent throughout. the dibtrict. filx'rs.
wixxly rats and carlwhysdrates theWorld's
not believe that tell thoouantitieH
.. person}
The following is extract from the
an generally ; ) therefore it is necessary to
to because the oil U
use, HO
of ourcorreHpondent at Lloyds, Jefferson add soluble iron ounds where the
coni(> ( : different, and in a measure we must l he
county: "AH fanning interestsheru boil is deficient in these ingredients, or .

ap|>ear in good Hhajte. Labor. is where the iron is not in a form for rootalisorption. Fair our ourown Motion judgesastothatbutuiithrough there have IHMMI wonderful.

abundant, and thecrojw( promising. Hog Homo soils are certainly deficient failures right along in thin fertilizerquestion.

cholera has l been prevalent for Home in soluble iron, and no amount of Of it is
courvo to
months,spreading gradually; Home Ilt'nlsIuu'e nitrates, ammonia salts, etc., will replace cheap>en this question. of fertilizers.good

lout 75 per cent. Kerosene in lop this ingredient.. The farmer must at Chicago Hhxxl or bone and tobacco stems come

is thought to give; good retmlU o# a pre add soluble iron salt to his land if he cheaper. You will nUll nlterro'pr
ventive. The black French fly is not toO desires to obtain a full yield with the grower

troublesome as for two" i't'ars jKist: seemsto least expense." '* than to miss it! miserable who fruit Jets,and coarse who,puts thick it UH skinned>II the,

In1 di&am>(>arinJ.:. '' temjtera Fruit growers in I Florida, esjjeciaUyorange market and gets nothing for it in
turn, 88; lowest, JiT; mean 75; rainfall, growers; arc familiar with the and year out, and ho does not Nana year to

-SO.() phenomenon, called "Frenching," that The Louisville & Nashville Railroad rain any question: as to how ho came to
Northern District: The week opened| IS, the occurrence of yellow and variegate
have that class of and
affords choice of routes to fruit seems to
and closed) with the first .
temperature on leave From
our Contemixmiry,
take it for granted that that is all that ho
and last day two degrees above average t lie California' Cultivator we learn that Chicago, via Cincinnati, Louisville can raise lie into tho market with
but the middle of the wt..k'us unusually the same ap|>earancG i is often seen in Evansville and St. Louis with per miserable bcrubuy To mind
cool, particularly)' the nights. Theaverage that State. California soils are certainly oranges. my
feet lines of Pullman Buffet SleepIng there is no comjietion at nil if a manraises
daily deficiency for the week! not chargeable with sterility unless it
the l best. All have do
Coaches through from Florid you to toreach
wasahout !a 1 Rainfall Haunt half
degrees. ; mav Ix in the lack ot ono or more SM> that conclusion is think
to of it
the normal amount. The nights ciaf to our Northern Terminals. For ;
were elements of which iron seems'" to 1x3
I that man; has made u success of
too cool for corn and cotton to make one in some districts.It information as to time, rates, etc., examine the of orangegrowing that
;; ; quality
much advance and the quantity of rain is well known that there is an excess write to C. P. Atmore GcnI. Passenger man's fruit, find that it is right along
was hardly nuflicient, eh|>ecially for of iron! in some Florida soils, esjxjrially -
garden truck. Itain the coming week in Orange county, where. thereare Agent, Louisville, Ky., or thiM'l'ry find this' line line fruit.of intelligence that you

would help crops. The hulk of the I best large debits! of hog iron: but it is (mate J. A. STELTENKAMP, This thought struck mo in regard to

oat crop harvested for years was cut jKKsMblu that this iron is not in a form Fla. Pass. commercial fertilizers.
Agent, They use largo
the week. A rice has available
during heavy crop for the trees. On the other
of it in
been planted in !some' harts of the dis hand, there are deposits of ferruginousclay DO W. Bay St., quantities reductions would Komo bo obtained$CClionsti'lutt almost

trict. Highest II temperature, 8U lowest in Jacksonville Ffc-
; Orange county and elsewhere in anywhere in ( if
buying largo
55) 74 rainfall. ; mean ; average which have: IXMJII tested and the farmers and fruit would
Central District-The tenij erature found to produce heightened color and growers
combine together and and share in
averaged ul>out :3 degrees daily In-low vigorous) growth; in fruit tn't."". It has GUARANTEED CUREOR the whole price! They buy could save from

the normal. Rainfall about average even. Ix-en suggested, as a cure for foot $5 to $10 ton.
and generally, well distributed.! A few rot. It mav he doubted if it isa specificfor per
Mr( keon the value
Healy sK of muck
counties, )however, have had much less this malady but there scorns to Ix follows

than a seasonal' amount for several' little doubt that it acts as a general Nothing Fairer Than This. as It will cost: to haul
moro cartloads
weeks and notwithstanding the line stimulant quickening the vitality of When wo wiy cure we do not mean simply twenty -

showers this week art still in need of the tree and causing) it to grow out of its atop It for the time beIng, but a commercial; of muck fertilizer than ono would cartload of good and

rain to correct the drought conditionsthat torpor) and its diseoHed condition. PERMANENT AND POSITIVE CURE one sack of fertilizer would U cost of,moro

have prevailed.! KsjHvially: !{ i is this ('or Ith -..",atl.m, Nenralaia, PTapriMliA, value than cartloads of muck.
-- twenty
true of Marion and VolitMa. Bright, ----- --- -- -- --- ---- IlraiUrhr, Cnti.tM tloity lInloll..I'''.: I'r-

clear days followed th,} rains'" of the 1 its vuu.itr.., $' hlrrplritr. Impure IIImMl, The question) of hauling trash into your
and) nil >r* nrl"lnif fnmi u (tlKonlrreilLiver. grove' would) l he just tho same as hauling)
and 10th.. The fine rains that fell
Write for TreatUc Testimonials in
1,000 feet of lumher. I would "ttherlun"
throughout. the greater l part' of I this dis h.'t'.Ham plu Hot lie of
the Iuml>er than tho muck. I liavoa
trict were highly beneficial to all DR. ROC'S LIVER RHEUMATIC
cropsand c x big; muck l hay mid I am (crfectly willing
fruit trees which are generally re- --t- -jz EEI end NEURALGIA CURE to
r to it to who
ono wants it.
>orted in good condition and growing a------v--- CULLEN
I used muck for
a good many years and
off nicely since the rains. Rice and ('allun' \' 7 wt.1NtrW r111 i+k 1 (tji
175 GAY ST., Knoxvlllc Tcnn. ,I the more I used! it the {INJurer I got. I
esHvially mentioned as doing well.Highest .
6WATER believe that it is a great mistake to
I urge
temperature, UI: : lowest t. :51;
men to pull that stuff out of the
7tt rain I 1.21.t swamp(
mean Southern, ; District-Heavy rains fell \Has qo Terrors Nerve Blood !'and take it up and lay it on a tin (han; asI1

I 1 +did, dry it and then pulverize)+ it and
throughout the greater J part of this dis- Builder ,
Tonic rend it down to Prof. Ho .
fur .iIlMm and
and the Page 1 Hence. When the drift wood and have
trict the HUh
highly (beneficial
on were ice Kftft, too heavy it U dumped off, and the fence him send it hack to you and tell you that;
to all agricultural crops. pineapples' C'>nif* up n. b fort. Men who have hundreds of he didn't know what it
and all citrus fruits which are now reorted rode on land subject to overflow claim it is thbe'.t c I' was.
to IK doing) well. These rains in the the purpose. Mr. Painter lx'ing a ked by a member
| PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO., Adrian, regarding" perfectly clean culture, said:
almost a> ure a good engoof early planted' i Mich.
1 would not advise
The condition of : any ono to keen
( newly .plantedgroviw : --- -- -
their land perfectly clear. I would uu--

thalll\\'t'rn is much tOn.improved.... corresHindent|Sunshine 1I1t'1)I less1' I BENTON & UPSONJACKSONVILLE 4 v rend for i I and vise them use some to get; all commercial the humus they fertilizer.could

tint the fact that "rvar) Imeks"are ;a dMcrlptlv*
pamphlet.Dr. Nc.irlynll the chemicals that aroused In
grout drawUack to agriculture and horticulture I
and horticulture. Pineapples' FDA, fertilizers are derived from vegetable;
WILLIAnS'MEDICINE matter. Sulphate of ammonia i is a by
in considerable
quantities are now lieingshipped
( Hade :30r. CO., product. in the manufacture of coke.get .
rom" county. Highest' IRRIGATING per bos.: Schenectady, N.Y We it in the form of a salt. It is

temperature.( rainfall 81),;1.44 lowest inches.60; menu 70;; 0 for 83.30. ..njBrockTlllcOnUAGENTS 1 also obtained from tho burning of lane
1 charcoal and can also IK obtained from
1 K. It. 1)t.MAIN,1)ireetur.'

Jacksonville HI*.. May aj, ta93.r. .t__ L the burning of wood, or anything that
... MACHINERY will give i ofT smoke. The nitrogen is
---- (.*ii .......u.$.t wU.e 1....:1 Sulphate of Iron fur Fruit Trees. ,PI.o..f b.4....N liberated in then>cIVI! of burning, and
*H...' i..trIiI.tie caught with sulphuric\ acid
'' .
In that valuable Jrillith r..iIIIi4..fUalt..elt..q.Clnp.!
work on 130'11Steam
,twvrrMwtlu C.e..etMI..tatuUe..A Harvey-1 want to that
my upon mygrove
Maim find the .. .
res we following: r .l.a seta. .semis,
there has article of
.rue.UIM. .le.tlrrr.ol4er never a l
"Three years' ex)>erimenU show thata and Horse pvnp j..1en, ,
Power. ) a. CND .t.ekn 4.11ntauoe. commercial fertilizer nut until this year.
uroall dressing of a hundredweightj ,. 1c.etaf..ette.d.d. Ti
bow le.pkeL.e tutee!..e.1.. Ow. This is tho first that 1 have pnt on it.
j>er acre of iron sulphate is: a most IHMIetteml ..t 4 mare s.,.,. ClrraUrt ftrc. and I have a good I have
It ------ N'. pretty
manure. l'.IIAuILISONSVU,1.TC..M
used made tho
principally fertilizers on
"The author's prop+ition (Chemical ... I f
-- and
muck stable
place by
NE'WfII01.. XLVII. p. 27)) was that a Pipe, Pipe Fitting, Brass 1 manure. composting I believe in muck.

'fairly large |m>|N>rtion of soluble iron CD I IT EVAPORATORTHE : Webber It seems to me that the only

in a soil is! favorable to the growth of Valve, Hose, Etc. 1 Hil I 1 ZIMMERMAN j way we can arrive at any conclusion Ito .
plant developing a large amount ofchlorophyll. The Ntiu JI..blDe
maIm the with fertilizer
test our If
DlfftrtBt .,, ..
And all eua uprte.a. 11I. >u Cfttu e'1U rt
subsequent in. WRITE FOR ESTIMATES, tilt UL\M rata IKO.N WOUkBtXI<< .U,H...U.O. I you will take any stamlard fertilizer It



._ n __ ___ ___..--------- -. -- ----. 857Kt
--- --- -
--- --
--- -
rns to ino that any common grower

can make a correct tent. Why not in For Malaria, Liver Trou- WILL YOU WORK FOR

making, your reports pet several, (thereat ble, or Indigestion, use $100 PER MONTH
apply them to several
strips| of your prove 1 give each strip the BROWN'S IRON BITTERS t .-.-- IVnuird Tlirrr Smart to Voting Mrn lit Every Connty
mine and the cultivation supply Farmers and horse Owner
spniy a with the lltnit
CliraprM, lost
then iKWHihly you couhl discover) !' which I ,, Hook hirer I.......!. Just out. Complete":IIC,orwcl Ilona and
was the lx'!Mt. SPRAYPUMPSMADEDY % .1 i Used Ity the U. H. Ciavrmtiirut Comprising

DEEP Pinvixo.Henly d t History feeding, Breeding(iroomlnjr.Tnalnl...:. Jlrcuklng Ituyln,
ijhoelnif Doctoring, Telling
-I do not plow if I can help it, J Age, and Generul Cure of the llortte.

but I have a neiIoJhor-th! !' question haM I By Prof. OSCAR R. GLEASON,

Int-n hotlu, ) ring $me) so much lately that I I (Amrr"U'rreoyniz S King of J lor it Trainfrt)

want .to get rid of it-and he ha*a pretty THE DEMING CO, SALEM, 0. Amlited by LEHUR K.1 McLKOD

prove, and luw more orange) '*+ to the aero .a HCNION&HUBBCLL. (JMituProt / ChicalloJ/ort"aan).

than any of UK. lie fertilize .pretty well, Writ for WtlUra Aftstl. CHICAGO. ILL. (r a lr' OIf'B on'. fame extend from ocean to
Catalogue and TKEATME .,
vtsu. ocean. Ills Wonderful H'lItem1'M
so do I. He hat pot letter looking trees } $ Investigated
,+ by the U.K. and ordered
than I have, and lap for t ; y .. citizens fbr UM of U.M.
they are per their At. ,. The of Toronto presented him
ape, tllt''''. IM no dead wood in his trees RIPE FRUIT t' :) 17 1 to"}t, with a 500 "unf' of Ciol l,-,those of Buffalo with

and therein Home in mine. He has takena Preserved in 1. n 930O ninml-rt l Medal lioaton vrlth a
shipment.FLAGLER'S t Hii|>rrtf Gold %V icli in token of esteem for his
hip two-lwrltt plow and( three times a it g MarvellounHklU In Training and Treating horses

year he plows that prove 'to the lx>ttoni. PRESERVATIVE COMPOUNDwill ,, Th tytlcin iafurthefrsttimefuttypirentothelgorkt

It is nil right, hut he sill about ttOO( ) preserve all kind of Ripe Fruit in a perfect _..,.. chance in this Ihf bt-J .
for nl. Exclusive
ths condition just for ? IINr au territory.
as picked two to three months
more IMIXOS to tho, I do
acre ) and d.
in any temperature, retaining all their naturae L'z' lye Freights 1'a Supplies on credit. Best terms
three. times a year I can hear the rxtsRlulltlflinl flavor, enabling .hipntent to foreign countries U'e need 5000 Agents to Supply the Demand

: niul frnrkinir n In that or irrove-_ -for n Thoroughly. {, .tested.. .: Correspondence. .nolicited.! The I.l'k II R marvel of condeDsed nra"UMlI
half a mile away.Keck r "u.o.U. 19 '"r-an l.. UO"lon. 4'w.N':..,. .,' \. knowledit'urul'hf' ,lmelUl. vvvLJW.uirruNlUa ra:
--I have never seen any damapo --- =- ''AiZ- a ,t -ii tlonn. 11 rile at once for terms and! particular to

to trees \ Ill'llliaUI PUJILISIIIXU CO., 4W Hare KL, Pallada.bHUKT .
my yety plowing When I "CENT-A-WORD" COLUMN.To --
took un some of my big trees I was KORIVi (Al'l'rU\'l'Ct I)

astonished: to find how dry the soil was,
and I don't l insure insertion in this column advertisements
elievetheiihadahitof rain must be accompanied by the money. Warranty Quit Claim and
Mortgage Deeds
rcvtchtnl under thoo trees for ten years. Advertisements must not exceed fifty words. ,

When you go on those higher lands! I l 1)(..- I Postage Stamps received in payment. .
lit"eou have to find Count every word,including name and address. ASSORTED.
got Home -- .... _._._ .
let -- --- --------
the water down through your sOIl or emu.
I)1' ( I'-alre. I>wcfl..triA.::t 1)1111(1
HXCHANGH- Full blood .
WILL Young Me-
vou are going to find nil your groves going
Buck for .. .
Long.woollJuck. N HITZ-
K. OOO. ** *.
to sutler more or less. My experience | neon, PicoUta, St. Johns Co., Fla. S->72t ley uxlsroMSa.
is that the cheapest fertilizer that I --- --- ---- .
---- -
have found yet is a plow that will cut a TII It'.51 II'LICITDISII-1PASIf HR"'lnnnted friiesc deeds arc printed I on Old) Yorkshire paper, n paper that

furrow eighteen.; idclies wide and eight by Mrs. M. W. Gordon of Itloomfield, Via.,is! will lust for centuries.
inches) now manufactured under the direction of the

11.__..deep.A w. __ ___ __ Simplicity DishWasher Co., Nashville Tetin. it ran. w. HASTTl\T:1.
it1 --I IIIM3uce ,
fc 11111Ut 4111 < tit Il-B 4t11,1 ----- ---- -- ---- --- --,
to a right mine. A of it
grove near part
FOR CHKAP-Kight-Hcrse Power Hoiler Interlachen Florida.
was Mld u few years ago to a Jerman. I'atent Safety Pump. No.2. complete ,
It has always* l been worked very lightly Just the thing for irrigating plant. Address! DR.,

every just fairly a foot well surface,of ami the stirring I he ground went, and in and ami was j plowed spaded doing up pBI-niACiiKR to*;,-Fla.FOR-, Jacksonville.-SALK--.--Addre-s. -!' N.- .ADAMS, Sorren it-rWANTIUSour Jacksonville C Jampa a 1 a & |K(ey W esl Railway M go G DI

---- -
a furroxv of roots between the rows and

that part of the grove in today in better oranges ; give lowest price Jo.toph. H. Durkec, Heceivcr
shill than per in barrels! f. o. b. A da re**
a any Orange," care Fanner and I Fniit-G rower. THE
(Chandler We hart lien supplyingour 5-JO-2t JACIle0Nrillt
lands for Keventl the native -- -- -- --- '- -, ._--- acRsoNvILLE
years a.s TAMPA
told us. \\'... have liwn: [flowing' eight AT IIAI.I' THKIR JutAI..ALUUVu'IAlge ". w a Illy wtaT I Tropical 'TrunkLineKxtcnding
two to tw,' 11AAr co.
four-yrar-old and lemon buds ry
influx le.'p... We cut what hay wo want r .
on 4t
sweet stocks and grape fruit. J. 1 L. DKKIKUX oo+.ttr o n.
and plow the balance of it UIU er. I believe Lakeland, Fla. 52041WILL t sank
this land would stand a little lime. --- ,, r southward from Jacksonville! > excel

Irving. Kt'Ck-ln tho grove keep down JtXCIIANCH.-Hichty; acres, Missouri ljs. ;) b. in equipment and service reach all

weed and gratis, cultivate shallow and for an Orange Grove. For furtherparticulars 1 tt .4 N prominent winter and tmmmer
correspond with JOHN W. UKAVEK,
in (ever)' conserve the moisture, in Verona
way Via
5 ST c.4.
,, ,
the noil. Tho great thing in many: grove -- oc.. '; b, q ow RESORTS
-- --- : !
il4, to prevent dropping of the fruit I by \ ,._' !
IMONA TRIFOLIATA TKFH -Smftll thrifty M '-r' of Florida. Through-train service with
lack of moisture and every etfort is' seedlings' by mail. Three for jc. teu for '' : Pullman Bullet ,
Sec, one hundred for and SleCping-c.trs
needed to meet this obstacle and carry I. W. KKRVAN,

the fruit until the ruin begin l Norwalk Fla. : ? ? curry you through
-- ---- r
With me pruning is confined to rubbing EGGS! FOR HATCHING of fifteen varieties. c o DI. : bzub l min Orange Groves Fruit Farms

oil water sprouts and cutting out RT FRIES, St. Nicholas, 5.20-21 tq ,
dead( wood a.s far as ]H)ssible. I want to 'o u

nave all the wood and TILGHMAN'S CONDITION POWDFR cau be u Vegetable Gardens
green can, getlOiv a at J. C. L'Kugle's' ; Drug Store wro. ,
.cUtse, compact tree, where the trunk lacksonville, Fla. s-t3-i1t c MT. LkN w
M shaded from the both _. SASS Pineapple Plantations
nun summer and --- - e a..p.wsalt i 4'
winter.If SALK- et Stock y44., / ,
FOR Pigeons, Carriers. a..w. c. n. p. .' '
we should rains, the ) "*. Tumblers, Common and Runts;
get! good during Phosphate Mines
latter largest pigeon all i -
month grown; inquiries with tt ; r **
plant conch \p.a.M. In my judgment stamps answered.V. \V. S. FUWK. Lawiey, Fla r
they are ono of tho l hl t IHJW 5'13'4t t.tit. TS" a "
can plant shading the ground during wall -- "' ..\ .. ,' Fields,
our 'long, hot days and beating rainsI'lanttrl FOR SALK-Satsuma Orange Duds from bear \ '' s s i'
trees at fi.oo per too by mail, or $7 per ar A 'D.tLOr'lTiiF
in rows eight.: feet apart they will I by express. G I. TABBR, Glen St. Mary ft "
cover all the ground with dense shade, Fla. S-1300St \\' ""' St. Johns River
------- -- ---
and if allowed too near( young orange FOR SALK-Thoroughbred Bull Terrier- pups 0\\\% --' 5
trees will smother them if )>crmitted t to of "Princess" by "Fritz." combining \ ; I ,d Indian River,

climb into them.Oringi' some of the best blood! in America. Price of pup \'i f
I at 10 weeks old 17. Also one pointer pup four 'A erJJj Lake Worth
tret net out at this .
seasontdHMild months. { ;
olJ'lo. Address R. B.1lULL, Bradford urn( ,I..-.a- p
h _
t lie looked after and watered! i ifneeded. ville. Fla. 4*a9-Jt 'I'o..l': Kurmlnir n New itnuto toill
_. .. :. RAlr u
-- --
Don't them suffer, nor -- -- ----
young ... .. .. .... .
advantages for small .L "AV" '.
trees jut" set out. The grove should be FLORIDA'S investments, BISCAYNE BAY.
well worked and kept clean where it has Estate Journal." Arcadia Fla.
I been cultivated in thc old! way. If insects 1 1.00 per year: sample, with state map, 10 cents Direct Line to TAMPA, PUNTA CORDA and Gulf Harbors.
are working at the trees the YOU ( TIME,
-- -
l he 'ANCYPIGIONSDoughtsoWandexchangedWrite I / TROUBLE purchasing; tickets via Jacksonville, Tampt.\
lug must to work.
pump put Spray WILL { By
for what Key 11'esc lt'y. fiend for
UK-OHIO you want." Stamp for reply largo snap of Florida
universal AND
ing ins in this section
LLOYD GRANT, Lady Lake. Fla 79' .
The ground around the trees should 1 be -- ---?-- --Sit SAVE I TRANSFERSR. '" by mall, with other inonnntion of iptcrcety

)kei It clean, at )least until the last of June.if NURSIRSTOCK. AU It'1utfng.rietin- sweet
stocks, fine, B. CABLE, W. B. COFFIN Q. D, ACKERLY
you have and citrus fruit to bud this oranges healthy, cheap. ,

,is a good month in which to do all such KRNEST BOVNTON.: Archer. Fla.-. 3-lar4to __ General Manager Superintendent._ General 'a !enA'Cr Agent,,
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work. This gives the bud chance t
a our Soft Phosphate to be a valuable
make a good growth and time to harden KNOWING and for the purpose of giving PO: rASH SALTS

up in order to stand tho cold weather, i if farmers and fruit growers a chance to test it at
any of m+xt winter My( .experience( has small cost we will deliver it f. o. b. cars in aoo- Are necessary to produce large crop of good' quality.
pound sacks at 60 cents per sack. COWLS&:JOR
iee l *l more MC awful to bud early than to DAN FBRTIUZER Co., Bartow, Fla. J-Jg.I.t High and Low Grade Sulphate of Potash, Muriate of Potash and Kalnlt.

wait until the rainy season seta in, whichof ---- -- -. -_.. ._-- For Information and Particular,address

t* i sewns the buds and kill them. |?ORSAUforca hUmeortiadeorangegrove ,
r fruit and timber GERMAN KALI WORKS
lands. K. RUMLEY, Keuka,
II. J. )[. Potrrm. Pit, ,
fr2 2 litsstru Strrrt, New York, .V. )1"V:



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inn / ...,C".On. -THE-
arc %.
Ill LI LIJ1' .*"*// *
011 I *<""'t>t.',;H' U'>V Mbn Lo, Will
V mm M 1M t.oar 2S'for EIfCdJlHdl of
j'o'E'fl''*'!'''9t. The American Well Works.AuroraI II. s. B HUBBARD COMPANY
Neo Cb calo, Ill; Da.n."ex.. ., Sydney N. S. W. ,

Geo. S. Hacker & Son, JACKSONVILLE FLA.

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1 ...CD H."v\ JILr4: HUI.--I-'I41"eoi&.

We are State J .Wo Have !

] sc Agents One and for TwoHorse the '' HOUSE HAY\ RAKES\ Shortest. Quickest,

C In stock.

<< a BUCKEYEMOWERS S and r; / o = Most Attractive
o ... ......... 'CQ s Tho 6 foot Is suitable -
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C .' for In
"" use
S1i ;.'lr J" ..
,1 f nnjttftf tark: of f:f ORANGE GROVES. ROUTE
Jfoirrr mlJlrjmtr "
it :
Building .
on hit nil at
.. \Write for Prices.
J."t'lorl/"rl,,.. BETWEEN: -
S. C.
-- Florida Points and the North.
J{.C. Palmer. J. II. Rh' nburg. A. W Frost. "TEXAS RANGE PLO'VS,"
Ktahlihed 18(11}, A full lAnr of lfpnlra for .'Ia". ,.. THEFlorida

Palmer Rivenburg & Company Acme Orange Grove and Two-Horse Pulverizing Harrows, tho Boy Central andPeninsular
Dixie Cast Plows, and a full line of Farm and Agricultural Implementof

Successors to Q. S. Palmer. all descriptions. Agents for the Planet Jr. Horse and Hand Tools, sold

Wholesale .Fruit and Produce' Commission at factory prices. Send for catalogues.

Merchants. VIA

inn 11,1 Strertfir York.
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or MTlflNTJI
(hibiscus SaMariUa) ,
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Produces -

The Finest Jelly and Sauce 0 Nashville, St. Louis and ChicagoWith

Resembling that of Cran rrie1t. but'me change of steepen, connect
also at At nta for NEW: YORK and KANSAS
Is exredlngly productive and a dozen will suf 7 CITY. 'I',)" Florida Central and Peninsular
bee for a family. has neat y ':to miles of track running through
Pl.nt about 8xio feet apart and Item next October the Tobacco Ittyton*,

to January reap" your reward. a tttork'urntny timf J.t/"Itt'I'tUl,
One dozen securely packed and sent postpaid, I'rnrn it inl Strmrltrrry fat ml*,
Ormitfft Jin nun it and J'f ir'tj'|,f<> Country
far doe;one hundred necurely packed' and rent "' I'hoaplutte Hell.

postpaid for Sj.f .... Jinn the/SltrrrOlltrr 'il.rh.u nn.l
_-_0' Fine Itff""I/
easoner Bros., Th. flrntt IlttntlniCountry..
'. ..,
\ -.. -.: = :.:. liritfhr lltf Sotnt h'lthinv fl round*.
ONKCO. FI.A. Has tho bent lands for tillage greatest vn ri-
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PLANET 4U HORSE: HOE WITH LEVER AND I.EVEUTI1KKL. sty of soils In tho State,and above alt
Runs over the Central Rldgeland
FRUIT TREES Whore It Is High and Healthy.
I'msennstowns till Its route and It offer
FOR IRRIGATING MACHINERY tho best freight facilities for any produce) to
tho Northern<< market Bend for the popularsong
Write for Catalogue and price llt. "MY FLORIDA HOME.

JENNINGS' NURSERY CO.. Carry a stock of Steam Pumps, Boilers with Its spirited words_and beautiful musicdescriptive
Thotnaav111r.. fla. or an actual Florida Home, and
---- -- Wrought and Galvanized Pipe, Valves. which Is gotten up In elegant style-Six lAge"or
full sized boat music ,containing also
: FittingsHose, Etc. Estimates furnished a picture of a homo In Florida and a hunting
scene. It Is mailed on receipt, of 10 cents(In
i ? for Plants put in complete and guaranteed stamps, ,,to pay expense of distribution.)
Send also for the beat map of Florida(sent
satisfactory. Hand Spraying free)and note tho towns on It* route.A.O.MACDONKLUG.I'.
: A.,
Pumps of every description. Send for Jacksonville, Fla.

Catalogue of How and When to Spray.
The Florida Central &

Nozzles, Pipe, etc., made to order in our

machine shop. Peninsular R. R. Co.

Offers to Shippers
w a., s The Shortest and Quickest Route


I be In constant op"ration at the World'i FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN
Columbian Eipoiilion. HIP tnott, ]>nt4-twU(
i t wwhlnc ever offere l the poultry fraternity.) WEST.
i 1 t! f WILL PAY. VOr. "40" YftriUnf lliitli Clat.s> Jftny !IA better equippr{ than ever ever to
reNin", '40" IlltistrHtiil j \ .' handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops,and
brooder :.. SC insure close connections and
aiii. :: IWiaUe Iirahlor Co.; to all Eastern and Western Markets.prompt despatch

QUINCY, ILLINOIS (r Through oars to destination with

III 4 out change or delay.
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Perishable freight followed by wire and
FAIR AND SQUARE shippers advl. *d time passing various junction
points and arrival at destination.
PRINTF.I) ...... .. ---- All claims overcharges and Iou promptly -

FRUIT WRAPPERS -- See adjusted.that your goods are markedvia

,_.. AGENTS FOR F. C. & P. R. R.
Ii'NO, TI4ES' S O.l. EAlM JPUIVJOPS. For information call on or address the un
Put up to packaged of 1,000:every sliest numbered dersigned:
cottftecutirely i to All Letter Answered the Day they Are 1t".I....,. C. H. T A LOU.Trav.A'.rt.kalA, Fla.
Low Price Good Work. Full Count. 1Y. n. TUCK.:U.Oen.A'g't,Orlando, Fla.
THE S. B. HUBBARD 0.)1. nOr4fR.'l,Trav "\' t.Iecaburl'.I'Ja.
THE JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO. COMPANY 1v. it. "Ur.rtu.: Tntv.A'A' t.Tampa }'!a.Ur .
N.S. PENNINOTON,Tramo Manager

39 Meatfemery St.,jersey City N.J. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. W.U. PLBA8ANT8,0 Jacksonville ral YreightAgt.' Fla.





SAVANNAH LINE. Clyde Steamship Co.

Time 53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and NEW YORK CHIRIiESTON UNO -FUiqiDH UHES.

between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours. _
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Between Jacksonvilleand New York : Pint-cUu, 15.60; Intermediate, $19.00; Kxcurnlon, {43.50;
Steerage, 111.50.

Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin f 17.00; Intermediate, $21.00 i Excursion, $',7.30; Steerage, $14.75 --
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:

E:1..,The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,
(Central or 90 Meridian Tim .] both
ways :
Nacoorhrr......... ....................... ..... ..... .............. ...Friday, 2d, 1.ooa.m (STANDARD
City of .%U :iifttH...... ................. ...........-...............Sunday, June 4th M.ooa.m From New York. TIME) From Jacksonville
City of lllrmlncliHin....... ... .................. ...... .........Tuesday! 6th.lo.30a.m (Pier K. R.) STHAMKR Florida.
KMIIKUH (.'It).... ........................ ........... .................Friday,June 9th l.Jop.m Friday, 29 Apr.>th, at ........ .."IROQUOIS" .........Tbul"llC.l.y.May 4th, at :
...ourh..... .......... ................;............ .......... ...... .....Sunday June 11th. 3.ooa.m Tuesday May 2d, at 3 pm n1........ "CIIKKOKKK" ...... Sunday, May 7th, at 7:00am: m
(;ity of Align.fa.... ............................. ................ ... .Tuesday, June ijth, 5.00 p.m Friday, May that 3 p ...... "ALGONQUIN," ... ..Thursday, May ttth, at 9JOa
City of Itlriiilnuliuin. ..... ............ .......... ....... .... .... .... .Friday, June 16th, 7.ooa.m 'Tuewlay' May 9th, at 3 pm........ "IROQUOIS"! ..... ....Sunday. Map irjopm
Iaia.a. (::1 t y.......... .......................... ........ ........... ...Sunday, June jSlh 9.00 ..m May Lath, at 3 pm m."C1I8ROK1K.Thursday.: May 19th! at 2..10pmflridAy. 630111.
N'nroochf**.... ................. ...... .................... .... .... ....Tuesday, June aoth, a.m Tuesday, May i6th, at 3 p m.... ... "ALGONQUIN".... May 2ist, at 9:30:. It1
3 P
C'lty ur"Jeuala . ....... .. .................. .. Friday, June 2jd. l.JOp.UI Friday May 19th, at 3 pro.. .. ...."IROQUOIS.".. .. ... Sunda May!th..t hoop: m
City of ItlrinliiKliuni............................... .... ............Sunday, June 25th 3,0oa.ntKaia.aa Tuesday May 2jd at 3 p nt..... "CIIKROKF.K." .... ... Sunday.y May 8th, at 2.JO. P m
('IIJ......................................... ..................Tuesday, June 27th, 4.30 Friday, May 26th at 3 p m.... .." ALGONQUIN" .. .. ...Thursday, 'I't..t 530: a m
.... .......... .... ........ ... ......... .... ..... Friday, June 30th, 6.ooa.m Tuesday, May joth, at 3 p m. .. .. ... "IROQUOIS" .. .. .SundAy, June 4th, at 7: oa m
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City of Martin... ... ...... ......................................Thursday, June ut, 6.30P.m .
CJat.Vlty. .... .......................................? .. ..........Thursday, June 6th,
City of Miiron... ...... ........, .... ... .. ........ .... .Thursday, June 15th, 6.30P.m Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
Gate ('It)....... .................... .. ..... .Thu1ldaY.June 22d, I.oop.m ,
City of Mitroii.. .. .... .... ......... ......... ... .... .. .. ..... .. .. Thursday,June 29th 6.oop.m the St. Johns River.
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FROM SAVANNAH TO PHILADELPHIA. The elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamer

(This Ship does HOT Carry PaNeD en.) "Cl"'ty of J'nclcso1"1,11le.9

Drftnoug ......................... ...... ........ ........... .......Tuesday, June 6th, 10.00a.m Capt. W. A. SHAW. '
, I>r..ntig....................................... .......... ...... ...... .Friday June i6th, 7.00 a.m
//e..oaag............................ ............... ........... .... ..... ...Mondayune/ 26th, 4.00 p.m "I1'1.ed91c Del3aa'sr,99

are appointed to NU from Jacksonville daily,except Saturday at 3.30 p. m., and from Sanford
daily, except Sunday, at 9 a. In.
Connecting with the Savannah. Florida and Western Railway (Waycrosa Short Line), offer to the General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 West Bay St. Jacksonville
Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. ,
Through Ticket and Dills of Lading issued to principal points North Kant and Northwest via JOHN I.. IIOWAKD. Florida Freight Agent foot Laura Street, Jackaonrllle. FU.
Savannah. For information and rooms apply to F. M. IICONMOMJKIt: Jr., Florida Passenger Agent 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.MAltSIIALI. .
D. R. PRICK Soliciting Agent, W. II. LUCAS. Fla. Pass. Agent. II. CIYIK:, Assistant Traffic Manager, S Bowling Green New York.
77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville. 77 West Day Street Jacksonville W. V. OODKN FA Y. Traveling Passenger Agent, 88 w. Day Street, Jacksonville Fla.
k. L. WALKKR.Agent. C. G. ANDKRSON Agent T I I EO.: <}. :0: iit: Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York.
New Pier No.35. North Rive New York. City Kzchange Building, Savannah, Ga .1..1. L US Superintendent, foot Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.GYM. .
RICHARDSON & BARNARD. Agents Lewis' Wharf IloMon. Qeni'
W. L. AM KS Agent it S. Third Street Philadelphia.J. P. CLYDE & CO., Agents,
I). HASUAOKN Eastern Agent Sav., Fla. k Westetn Ry. Co., 261 Broadway. N. Y.
a t 'ooth! U..t"WIU. Avrnup. fl Howling Orr *", Nw York.
A. DeW. SAMPSON. General Agent W. K. ARNOLD. Gen Trav Pass. Art., Jacksonville. Fla
sob Washington St., Boton. W. II. RIIKTT. General Agent, ---
For Tickets apply to S.. F. & W. Railway office. 317 Broadway. New York. TO ALL BUYERS

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BowkefsOrange d !- riKRKAFTF.R all fowls sent
.. '.... il from my yards, by express,
/ will go at one-half the former
r rates a great saving to my cus
I. tom r.. This I is by special l ar
rangement, and is confined to
Grower. ," _0& fowls from my vcards.We .
.r are the largest breeder ot'
,; "j' thoroughbred poultry in Florida.
r Come and see our stock or send
for our illustrated catalogue and
price list of 14 varieties.
FIRM[ FRUIT that holds on until it is Poultry supplies of all kinds.
BRIGHT Incubators and Brooders, Shell
; a strong, healthy, vigorous growth of and Done Mills, Clover Cutters.
!! Wire Netting,Desiccated Fish
both tree and fruit are the results reported by large \ Boiled Blooa and Done to maker
; ,:- lay.
and experienced planters in Florida who are using -- ".) !txt

this popular Fertilizer. It supplies to the tree at the ,, .y L E. W. AMSDEN,

proper time, in the proper form, and in the proper Ormond, FU
I proportions, all the elements to bring perfect, healthy .
maturity. President. Vice-President.

GROWER are also special complete Fertilizers, CAPITALi $100,000.

carefully and scientifically compounded for the purposes '

mentioned, and are extensively used in Florida. Bow THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK

combination for those requiring these ingredients. ,
Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General
Chemicals at market rates.
Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .

Send for Illustrated Free. ._
Catalogue, -- --- -


s L. Marvin, A. B. Campbell, Chas. Marvin,
i Jas. P. Tallaferro, T. W. Roby Judge R. B. Archibald,
W. B. Clarkson, C. B. Roger., W. M. Davidson, -

Dr. H. Robinson. John E. Hartrldge.'t'HK .


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. Having! !pushed 1 our business during the season of ')2) and! 9tt beyond nIl competitors in this State, increasing our sales: this season*

more than JiOO) per cent beyond the sales of any previous year, selling a majority of the largest and best known buyers, and branching

our business out into Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western States, we are now "arranging to vastly increase our handling and shipping
facilities, carrying a full stock of every description of fertilizer materials so as to fill all orders same: day as received. To make this stock

complete we have added Muriate; of J'oflifh-this form of potash being the most universally used, being the cheapest kind per unit of pure

potash, I K, 0, and for the majority of crops can be used} to decided advantage. Send for circulars giving full information, showing the

r relative values of the different Potash Salts I per unit of pure Potash, K2 0, based on shipments f. o. b, Jacksonville. These comparative

analyses and valuations of the Cierman Potash Salts have never before been -publishe(1 in this State and} will bo of great value to the Florida

Farmer and Fruit-Oiowor; they are based( on the opinions of the German Syndicate and} their authorized representatives, therefore absolutely

a impartial} and of great benefit to all agriculturists. This sheet will be !promptly!) mailed to you by mentioning this !paper) and 8(1.lrtI ( .

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103 Park Place, New York. ".

Solicits shipments of Pineapples, Vegetables and all Florida Products.


o 00,0;;QO GQOVOWOQ rvvcoao A k QW ow ooooowg c QOQOQ gOQ
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H. i.. CSOODSKM. x ( V 0 fJ
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Dock Street, OVlllLADKU'lIIA. 8 IS 1'hilpot Lane, (I
o8 oOOOO m nnn nMOon8O( oreaeoeaoocaeeo' ()
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Manufactured bj the

GHOCEHS?!! AND COMMISSION MEHCHANTS? 1> L. B.. Darling Fertilizer Co.,

Coal, Hay, Grain, \Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. ,


THICK LIST OP "'111 SK t\. 0. B. WEEKS, State Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
..arkf'r..l 7b .I.Martin It"e..3 00
{)...hC..II.. 2 OO Virginia{ Hade 4 00 No. 8 no twlck lllock. Corner flay and.)(aln Street
........... bend for Pocket Memoranda Hook.
lid Ilourl A OOKentucky
")'ring Valley :3 ISO ( un..a. .... ..
HourMamh .......... 5 00 --- --
North Carolina :y r.O .................. ....... .
Cllnon Club ..... ............... Old llaker & 00
!)Montrose Velvet................. 80 00
jugs Extra: One gallon,250.; two gallon soc.; three gallon 750. Remit Jby post office(money ,
order,cheer or registered{ letter, We cannot ship C.O. D. to dry towns.A .
complete price test of Groceries,and Wine List,cent free on application.

-)-EPRAYYOIJRTREESII7- $ uranutrue Spray' PuMp- ,-roa--%#a_50.. Pineapple Plants from the West Indies

I AUTOMATIC Mix:m f(.r 8S. Rttt,CVapwe.urut Eaiittt working Spray Pump made. Xa* Correspondence solicited.
orHd bl the .kntonotoatits or tb.b8. A Yaluabti JU'"Book(worth t.\W0uf')

...r...insKtt\wr"ptfaroaeAaarekrr... ...W) bU'" tftr SATISFAC'rTOxotutuxTzrpoxrotteratrctrnzn uo'.IOfVf'2an' rt....... IH'4
.k. freecniion,,,,,,,. .
gpr jiBg 1' f 1. J.\Vla6 WF'U CO. Catsklll N.1" MELBOURNE FLA.
\ .'wh ir e .! < ,