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:
July 15, 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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ST. MARY NURSERIES.SATSUMA Will take R. R.fare from bill of trees to all who will come to Nursery and purchase to amount
.>t double R. R. fare. Come during fruit .fMi on. To those who cannot come will send sample
ORANGES hardy and early. OLIVES and APRICOTS. if fruit and cut rote*on receipt of toe per kind to pay postage packing etc Fruit crop large and
PKARS.all kind, immense block.FftAClIRS. FIGS and MVUIKRRI116.POMKGRANATKS. Complete of varieties adapted to Florida. Send Persimmons for Samples, Teaches and Know Pears what and to Grafted expect Roses.from |.
60 varieties, uew and old. rees you buy. Specialties:- '
PLUM4, best Japan and native torts. CAMI'UOR TKKIS.APANP&LRS1MMONSvar1etitsallteiited. 'rice.liston application. -Pomona Wholesale Nurseries.
GRAPHS,good supply, all leading kinds. GRKVII.UJA ROBUST W. D. GRIPPING, Proprietor i
PKCANS,best Paper dl variety. MAGNOLIA GRANDIVI.ORA. U.t''I"'Ull" fin.DO .
and California. CITRUS TRIPOLI ATA.ROSlvt ,
WALNUTS ttnglish,Japan -" -- --- -
t C1IHHTNUT8 Japan Mammoth, very fine. ), varieties.. '
W.have other kinds-lots of them-write for what you want. YOU KNOW sWESilf r p; ''or} ECONOMIC
For five vcara post gamnlen of fruit have been sent, free of charge, on apnlica- Ir the topics and warm F I r I world
ion. and wiltbothis yoor but ourcxpericnC6! and inrQnnation to adaptability to ; Op HO Vnil / that the nchi me just broached by our HorticulUU -
;I'our, locality Is worth rune f.1 more. 'Yo have (liscarIe(1 from our own orchards ono o a I % lUU KNOW turists was already A I IUI UP FACT I
of the hunl'Ctls t acs ia our establishment t Some Florida up to LIllllU
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bushels in 188 and this ono
ot which taking
variety we shil)1)et1400 t j the times know this,and are quietly advantage of the opportunity
d of varieties tcte t)4e fin *t. An Governor: of Florida writes: uThey arc boautioD, and so admlwbly namon,Coffee. balbergla, Kxcoecaris.: Ficu,Gamboge ,Hemp(Sisal), Iron.

eov {uickcd as to shame a novice in the business, and even many who pretend o y. bark Quercus Jujube., Rice-paper Kola, logwood, Strychnine, Mahogany.,Tea, U Nutmeg Vanilla, ; Olive, Wax-myrtle,Orange,, Xylosi .

to IXK exports.I'rnnt ." "N' tan,Yucca,Zingiber plants and hundreds of others.
t (it and careful attention to correspondence. Prices reasonable. Cataloguefree. Send for our large catalogue,which tells all about it.REASONER.
Aduresi -
G. L. \.BER:. 't.
Glen St. Mary, Fla.
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; "' DEALERS IN FRUITS. If you want your ground covered during the !hot summer months, you. can .
reurrsHiCAGQ Wo respectfully solicit shipments of Fruits and Vegetables Jo no bettor than plant this variety. Plant one quart per acre.

i Wo are now making a specialty of Our fc4toolc: J** ITroo fro zu ,vooV'11H. 1."

I M PINEAPPLES Pint 20 cents; quart, -10 cent, post-paid; peck, $1.00; bushel, $3.75, by-' ;"' '

I freight or express, not postpaid.

correspondence on Markets and Prospects. I & CO
and invite targe Stock of WhlppoorwUI. H. G HASTINGS ., .
Reforencen. by permi ion:-A. 31. Ive, Esq., Jacksonville; National Shoo layand Unknown Peas at|i.y per :
a rTew York the Yolusia County Bank, DeLand, Fla., and the bushel,f.o.7. .
and Leather Bamc, ; In tar laahan, Fla. .
Co. Chicago 1&9 South Water St. .
Commercial loan and Trust ----
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4, GHOCEHS AND COMMISSION' MEHCUANTS 1 Contain a list and description of the Choicest and Most! Profitable varieties ot the Citrus,
t, Family, which we have selected from over one hundred different varieties grown and tested by"uI'In
-DKALKKS IN- our extensive experience of seventeen years. We carry one of

Stocks of Citrus Trees in tho United States!
The Largest
: Coal. Hay, Grain, Wines, liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. ...
Send for circulars. Address* R. W. PIe R c e.
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Clifton Club. Moutro.e '.,I\.t.............. .. ..a 00 Selected'strains of Choiorst Varieties' oi Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty.Buddlnr Wood for sale at all times.Our .
I One gallon,ac.; two gallon ; three gallon 75C. Remit{by pot office;monejordeV.check PROMPT ATTRITION TO CORRESPONDIKNCt.For .
Htra: soc. tcwns.A stock is large and complete.
letter. We cannot CO. D to dry
registered and Price-Ut,address2L.i1.
or Catalogue
} 'eempld.e price Hat of Groceries,and Wine List,tent free on api>licatioiu .
r r JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.SOONE'S : DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla.



.. STILL LEADS Tll; PROCHSSION, A full line of the leading varieties of Orange & Lemon Trees at rockbottompricut

i r than the supply we had to let our "Ad-n take rest. Can now' *. Address N
nut tM demand being greater alao furnish a few thousand other best varieties oa .
mltcd number of good ;
b&rt IMIPffta' living price Now Is the time to plant. Address r .DEER: ISLAND NURSERIES, .
C. A-. ,
Co. Fla.I .
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A good spraying outfit and n reliable Insecticide are as essential to successful drange growing as the harrow and fertilizors.Ftortda .-
Farmer and Fruit Grower.: .
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It is tide: on.1 r Re1iable,

Suroly effective and cheapest material offered for the destruction of insects. Its proper use will kill the spider, rust mite, aloyrodes, anguil-
lulu, moving scale and fungus growths. It is a sure remedy for the "foot-rot" and the "blight" of the orange and the wilt of the pineapple.
It will not only prevent the oranges from rusting, but will greatly improve the classification of the fruit. ..
Spraying outfits in great variety at manufacturers' prices.
Correspondence solicited. %


Jacksonville, Fla

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

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

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

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

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

For Red Spider add 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


I & MILLER, San Mateo and Citra, Fla.


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:I y- -1 .;)THE -;. FLORIDA -f DISPATCH LINE (! .4"?<*;


The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South. 1 1

The attention of shippers is directed to the Plant S. S.Line between Havana Key West and Tampa, and South Florida Railway between Tampa and SanfordS.; P.A W. between
Oataesville. Bainbridge! River Junction and Savannah;Savannah and Charleston and Ocean Steamship Une between Savannah, Philadelphia. Boston and New York, and Ry.Merchants Jacksonville and Miners,
Transportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore.. The bent equipped fastest and most prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest.
_. n eJyera .nd Shipper. Will l'roOt by the Followlne UuparaUllecl! C..nnetlonal of F'
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BonTU no Ulrl). SOUTH nou.vl' J
A.+ML Double.u..b.IaMr .'daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany Jesup Bainbridge 'and I Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany Bainbridgc, nap .
and Savannah to all in
Florida fast
; freight trains both via
fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern. Interior and han and Live Oak. Gainesville Jacksonville Cat 11 la*
Qeat points, including New York Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Providence. Four ships a week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship ,'J'
Pour, connection a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannahrridars York(New Pier 33, North River,)direct for Savannah Friday Saturday Company Monday and sailing Wednesday.:'from New .
Saturdays. Mondays and Wednesdays.
Two connection week The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boton Jan. s.u, 19 and 36,
leaving Savannah every*a Wednesday for Baltimore and Saturday.,via Merchants: and Miners' Transportation Company,Savannah in,making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight lrain.lo. au point
Connection for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company leaving Savannah Jan. 1 From Philadelphia via Ocean Co.,
S, ta,19 and 6.Oonnectioas. < from regular sailing day via New Steamship York to Savannah.leaving Philadelphia Jan.>, it,a*,every ten days
Jan. and JTtfcSalting fcr. Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners'Transportation Co., every Tu..dy and Friday, ..
7,17{ day for Steamships are subject chance without notice. making close connection with S.,F.& W. Ry.,for all points in Florida 4.
The Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best freight route:from all points North. Bast and West to Florida. For full particulars, rates, stencils and snlpplnr
receipts apply to any agents of the above lines or to
O. l'. OWENS,Trame ManMg, Savannah Cla. F. It. IAIV. Division Freight
Agent.Savannah. fla. W. 31. DAVIDSON Gcn'l Passenger Agt,Jacksonville, Via
F 8. KNHlllT, Contracting Freight Agent,Jacks mvllle PI .
J. 11* 8TEl' E.'lS. Contracting Agent, Jacksonville, Flo.

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ULORIOA. Let trees in Florida be planted high. with light-colored skin, will in some their drooping habit without restraint,
OiT.GROWER Let the study of overshadowing im instances influence the color of the their unkempt branches straggling and
t RMERYR portance be how to secure to the trees i latter as well as their flavor. While groveling on the ground, no center-
the greatest amount of sunshine in this has often been noticed it is how post or trunk to sustain the canopy.
root, in leaf, in sap, in juice, without ever not always the case, much depending This is the season of the year, while
S. .POWERS. Publisher. sacrificing the necessary abundance of upon the influence of both the growing, to do the pruningand
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TERMS OF SlTltSCHirTION water. A California essay from a high varieties being similar as well as the shaping that may be needed with

.. For One Year .. ............................$:.oo source, now lying before us, advises affinity existing between these to pol out doing violence to the tree by the
For Six Months..... .... .............. ..... i.oo
In Foreign Countries ..... .................. 3.00 the planter to dig a hole for each tree lenation. I may add that certain simple process of pinching or rubbing
KaTSubscriptions in all cases cash in two feet deep and place at least a cubic soluble chemical ingredients also in- off young shoots. In no other tree
advance. No discount allowed on one's foot of animal manure in the bottomof crease the color. i of our acquaintance is this constant
own subscription(except in a club), but to the hole, in order to draw the roots P. J. BERCKMANS. watchfulness during the period of
all agents a liberal caaa commission will down! Is it any wonder that California AUJU8ta.Ga. growth more needed than with the
l he allowed all obtainedby -
on subscriptions ----.r- --
oranges are big and sour under the camphor. While young this tree will
them. Write for terms.
Marianim Plum and Root Knot.
5 copies*(and one copy free 0 rno's), $ 7.50 effect of such teachings? Kditor Farmer and Fruit Grower throw out a strong lateral at every leaf
11" . . . . . . 12.50) Let cultivation be light and let the : and each one of a dozen or more will
16" . . . . . . 15.00 fertilizer be applied on the surface Can you or some one of your readers I grow three inches while the central
Those be either new or old, and please inform me if Root Knot af
may rather than in the bottom of a two-foot shoot rows a half inch.' .
may IMS collected l from any number of fects the Marianna plum or the peach
the the Until has trained the central
is in hole. Throw away plow; use one up
( if the remittance
postofllcoH i, a lump when it is budded on that stock ?
num.To. i Acme or the spading harrow instead. A SUBSCRIBER.Kieoiraincc. stem or trunk to the_ proper height for
every new wil>Krilxr; or clulnraiser. The plow is an enemy of the tree; it branching (supposing the tree to be
we will rand, jMMtimid: a C() )) of Whit- militates against the world wide supremacy on a street where it is necessary to havea
nor's "Gardening in Florida" or )lonro'tI"OrnnJ.o [i REPLY nv CEO. L TAKER.]
of the Florida orange.Reversion few feet of naked trunk for public
Itates of Culture.advertising on application.Ilemittanceti -----e---- The root-knot insect (Anguillula) convenience), one must pinch in these
a ahould be made by check, of Fruit. does not affect the Marianna plum laterals incessantly. The writer has
,metal note. money order or registered Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: roots to any appreciable extent. If had to pinch them nearly every week
letter to onlcr of You are very kind in asking only other varieties of plums or peachesare for the whole of the first summer and
J'AII.IE1t AXD FHU1T (31t0)a'Elt.Jacksonville ten lines on the subject of( "Reversionin budded on to the Marianna[ stocks half the second in order to get a trunk
Fla. Fruits," as you doubtless consider. the roots will still show the same immunity -I tall enough for convenience on a village
the solution of this question a knottyone from the root-knot. As a mat. sidewalk. In private grounds,
JlOVe: and Orrcl18lTd. ; and one must either (as in my ter of fact, however, peaches shouldnot of course, most people would preferto
case) candidly say that there are laws be budded on the Marianna, as let this: exquisitely beautiful tree
The Sweet Florida Orange.No with which he is not acquainted or has there is a lack of congeniality betweenthe branch out as low as it wishes, for it
precaution should ever be neglected any knowledge of what producedthese peach and plum that makes trees will never neglect to hoist a center-
by the Florida orangegrowerto laws. My reply would, therefore grown in that way very short-lived. pole for itself, and when its lateralsare
preserve that eminence which the simply be that this question is The Marianna is the ideal stock for let alone it seems to be satisfied
fruit of this State has in the marketsof beyond my ability to answer. Or, plums of all kinds, but if peaches will with a certain length of growth in that
the world for sweetness and rich. one may theorize upon the solving of not do well on their own roots I wouldnot direction and gives more attention to
ness. Probably the most prominentcause the unknown causes which produce recommend planting them at all. the work of running up the center-
of this superiority is to be foundin visible effects and in the end leave the More peach trees have died from starvation I poltf.
what most people are disposed to question as much in the dark as at the in Florida than from root-knot; I Ii With a view of presenting the elements
consider the greatest drawback of the i and if the trees are heavily fertilizedthe of sound knowledge on this
soil, its sandiness. The soils of Italy start.Darwin states in "Reversion or I root-knot will, in most cases, prove subject we shall give two or three ar-
and California are richer than that of Atavism in Plants" that "a leaf, bud comparatively harmless. If the trees: ticles in succeeding numbers, mainly
Florida, contain more vegetable mat- on a variegated, curled or laminated show poor growth and dead wood in condensed (and somewhat changed to
ter-carbon, humus or whatever it variety suddenly assumes its proper the tops, cut them severely next win adapt it to local climatic and other
may be called-and it is a vell-attested "character" (type). This is reversion ter and let them form almost an entire conditions) from a valuable article
fact that fruit grown on such soils is either entire or by segments, as in the new head. Supplement this with read by L. R. Taft before the last
sourer than that produced on soils case of partially colored or striped heavy fertilizing and you will soon meeting of the American Pomological
containing a greater percentage of fruits or flowers. wonder what has become of the root. Society.
mineral matters. Upon this point I would say that knot. G. L. TAUER. -- --- .- .
Another point-a sandy soil is while the 'facts are visible the causes Glen St. Mary. Economy in Orange Culture.
heavier, weighs more per cubic foot remain unexplained.You > Hditor Farmer and Fruit Grower:
than any other, notwithstanding the particularly "blood charac Forming the TrooIIt I I have endeavored to show that
popular idea and expression as to its teristics in the peach." By this I is safe to say that there are hun- economy is a large element of successin
'lightness." As a consequence, the presume you refer to the coloring of dreds of orange trees in Florida which the handling of oranges after they
roots of trees can penetrate it less the skin. If I am correct the explanation will not live out half their days-half leave the trees. It is equally neces
deeply than they can the lighter, more may be somewhat less vexed the period of a normal and healthy sary in working the grove betweenthe
r porous, loamy or humic soils. And than the question of reversion.I orange tree's life-by reason of the blossoms, pure as the angels, and
; the nearer the roots run to the surface cannot record any instance wherea butchery which has been worked upon the apples of gold ready to tickle the
the sweeter will be the fruit, becausethe seedling peach has shown a ten them with the pruning-hook, in other world's palate. The cost of production
influence of the sun is more felt dency to revert in that particular be- words, the jackknife, used to cut the must be minimized so that $5
near the surface, sweetening and en cause of the difficulty to determinethe owner's tobacco. The extenuatingplea per thousand will pay the producer.
riching the sap, which is carried up exact pedigree of that seedling.To is that the tree must be trimmedup We may have to be contented with
from the soil to the foliage and fruit. answer that question we should high enough to allow a horse to $3. Labor in tillage is a large item
Oranges growing on the outside of the first find out what was the parent pass under it for the purposes of cul and here a considerable economy may
tree are sweeter and richer than those variety which produced that seedlingand tivation. This is the argument of the come in.Fertilizing.
borne in the center; so are those produced its probable pollenation, if a corn and cotton-grower-of the aver almost wholly with com-
on trees whose roots run close to cross. We could then have some clue age American farmer, in fact, who mercials in fine dry powder we usea
the top of the ground sweeter than the for investigation.Blood seeks to employ machinery for everything spreader (cost $30) upon which the
fruit whose nourishment is furnishedby markings (coloring of skin) driver rides and governs the distribu
sap coming up from the depths of do vary more or less according to The corn and cotton system is not tion. It spreads evenly eight feet wide
the soil-cold, sour, watery and un season ; this is caused by more or less applicable to trees. Even in the apple and so rapidly that the cost is smallin
sunned. solar heat ; if a fruit is exposed to the orchards of the North one may oftensee comparison.The .
To a Floridian, reading of the fatuous direct rays of the sun, by scant the same ruinous practice-trees fertilizer is then cultivatedin
system of planting which obtainsin foliage, the coloring will be heigth- trimmed horse high; long, naked with a cutaway harrow, about twiceas
Italy-thrusting the trees down into tened. If the soil is deprived of its trunks left exposed to the Jury of the fast as any of the old style cultiva.
holes so that the roots are often two normal amount of water, color will winter gale, the scorching of the sun tors and equally easy for the horse.
feet under ground-it is small wonder also be more intense. The coloring in summer and the invasion of borers, Following the cutaway we use a
that their fruit is sour and that whole will be decreased by a superabundanceof to say nothing of the horns of the cow Breed's Weeder (cost $10). This
orchards have been devastated by foot- moisture and shade. Again, the and the tusks of the boar. runs seven feet wide, and further dif
rot. And the night-soil and other rank immediate effects of cross fertilizationare This is the case with seedlings, fuses the fertilizer, smqoths the
nitrogenous manures which they use to be considered ; as it is indis- while, on the other hand, the Satsuma ground and lightens up the surface
are enough to complete whatever maybe putable that highly colored peaches and the Tangerine are often not stakedor two or three inches, which makes a
lacking in this wretched work. planted in close proximity to varieties I tied up but are allowed to pursue cushion or mulch against heat pene-



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tration and moisture evaporation.The i departure from the Honey, being an -THE-
weeder and cutaway are used asI I agreeable sub-acid of the Persian type;

needed to keep down grass and weeds flesh melting and juicy; quality excel.
until July. lent. S. B. HUBBARD COMPANY

With these two implements I have 4. Sangmel; a blood cling; medium ,

clean culture as long as it is desirableat size; not so long? as the parent Honey, JACKSONVILLE
half the cost of the old methods. and generally with a pronounced bulge ,

The land is now as smooth as if I and short point; greenish-yellow mar. HARDWARE AND STOVES
raked, the trees are flourishing and bled or mottled with dark-red; when ,

generally as well set with fruit as they fully ripe and mature showing the
ought to be. blood tracery clear through to the pit, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH.We .

The plow turning over a furrow of which is enveloped in a deep-red flesh; IILL HU1--J.-.LI": &. ,

eight inches and making such havoc flavor sub-acid, sprightly and agree. Agents We are State J' Wo Have

with the roots was discarded many able. One Horse and Twoe HORSE h ; HAY RAKES'

years ago, and two years ago the cul 5. Triana; a blood freestone, but .. .
tivators of twenty,eight inches spreadwere with the blood markings less pronounced BUCKEYEMOWERS ,' In stock.
laid aside. Now we sweep the than in the others; mediumsize a\" Nand Offt trrail.

earth four to seven feet so rapidly and ; roundish-oblong, making good, .. x x .. j The 6 foot I Is suit
solid form (for flesh tender able for use In
effectually that I am reminded of shipment; '
what the old darkey said of the rail juicy and melting; flavor sweet, but A fomjttrtr JHoirrra stork and of ORANGE GROVES.

road. When asked how far it was to less so than the Honey; quality good. II>'tmlr on I'Hrti hand.a IFactory \ffriie for Prices. _
the next town, he replied : Ef y'er' These five peaches give a successionof
walks it takes y'u three hours. If y'u about two weeks, or with extremes : WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF THE F.'MOOS"TnXAS

rides horseback one hour, but if y'u from about June 15 to July 5. RANGE PLO"\.VS,"
on the k'yars y'ur th'ar.L. ... A Pull Line of Jtrjuilri for "'"m". ,
go Potash and Lime in Bandy Soils. Acme Orange Grove and Two-Horse Pulverizing Harrows, the Boy
Ht NicfeeUs, Ha. Of the three critical mineral soil ingredients Dixie Cast Plows, and a full line of Farm and Agricultural Implement.

-potash, phosphoric acid of all descriptions. Agents for the Planet Jr. Horse and Hand Tools, sold
Tho Five Now Peach os. and lime-the first seems capable of at factory prices. Send for catalogues. .

One good point for the five new the greatest variation in percentage

peaches originated by Mr. G. L. Ta- amount without materially affecting
ber (all of them seedlings of seedlingsof the productiveness of the soil. The .
minimum known to me to be found in
the is that form .rt
Honey) they a seasonal
succession. This is of very great any productive soil is on the coast of

importance with the peach, for it is not Mississippi, viz.: an average of .05 percent
like the orange, a slow and deliberatefruit I in the soils of the sea island cotton .

; it is touch and go, and must be i I plantations. But these soils are

shipped when it is ready to the very remarkable for their sandiness, great

day. Hence the great importance of depth, and (relatively) high contentsof

a succession in the varieties to enable lime and humus. Elsewhere, and
the owner to prolong his shipping for especially in the (non-calcareous) pine '"
several weeks. flats and uplands of the South, soils

The cold spell last spring, when of such low potash percentage are very

many fruit trees, including the orange, sterile, even when accompanied by ..:;- ..if. _
in bloom them fair proportions of phosphoric acid. I .. t '" .... ---
were gave a severe .-
I ': ...!!\
shock, of which the immediate effects The ordinary figures for "pine up.rands" _!II.iW: _1- .. _.-- "" W r' ._ .
were the dropping of the fruits, while there range between 1 SO and 1 -

the remote effects are being manifestedto =-1 5o per cent.; such soils "wear out" PLANET JR. HORSE HOB WITH LKVBK AND LEVBK WIIREL.

this day, such as the small size, pale within, four or five years, but even -
color, frequent roughness of the sur- these seem to be best restored by

face, deficient flavor, worminess (dueto the use of simple phosphate manures, IRRIGATING MACHINERYBOTH

lack of vigor in the fruit), and small, or by marling; while the commercial STEAM, HORSE AND HAND POWER.
potash salts have found little favor.
weak stems, from which the fruits part
readily. Definite experiments on the subject Carry a stock of Steam Pumps, Boilers

The five varieties have now all had have been few and unsystematic. In Wrought and Galvanized Pipe, Valves.
the "oak and pine of Mississippi
their season, and we are able to reporton Fittings,Hose, Etc. Estimates furnished
all them from personal test. potash percentages range !
r. Taber; a blood cling; medium from .30 to .40 per cent.; in the high. : ; for Plants put in complete and guaranteed -
ly productive and durable "oak satisfactory. Hand Spraying
sizej of the typical Honey form, witha up-
slightly recurved and tolerably pro lands" along the Mississippi trough Pumps of every description. Send for

nounced point; but not so long as the from .60 to .75 per cent. is the rule. Catalogue of How and When to Spray.
Thus, in these uplands the increase of
Honey; a snug, roundish-oblong, productiveness and durability runs almost Nozzles, Pipe, etc., made to order in our
good shipping shape; cream yellow
washed with carmine on the exposedside exactly parallel to the potash per machine shop.
centage. But in the highly productiveand
or cream all over and finely
% durable"prairie" soils of the same
sanded with red; very fragrant; blood
State the presence of much lime and
marked in
tracery not so as previous
humus modifies T
profoundly these relations
seasons for the reasons above given,
and much smaller proportions of
but still sufficiently sanguineous around
the pit; flavor sub-acid and only fair, potash are common in very J productive
but due and durable lands. Hence it can only i
probably to overripeness of
.1 .
the specimens, as the originator con- be said that as between soils of similar ,,;
origin and general character, the pot _
sidered it the best flavored of the five.
ash percentage is an important index. -- = !55k i- 1 .
2. Ferdinand; a blood cling; me- (
dium size with the So far as experience goes, I consider
bulge very prominent __
that soil
making the fruit slightly one no virgin having .50 percent _
sided or over of KzO will wear out first on -
; greenish-yellow, sunburned,
side of its
that store of mineral plant
; sweeter than the above.
food; and much less will suffice i in -
3. Colon; a blood freestone; medium
presence of much lime and humus. AGENTS. FOR
site; of the conventional Honey

form, but not so long a point, and Professor Hilgard.. S' STEAM .

more snug and compact (as is the case If: you feel weak All Lettrr Antwered the Iay they are Ilerelved.
with all the five); greenish-yellow and
and all worn.out take THE S. B. HUBBARD COMPANY
red; blood markings strong on the pit ,
and under the peel; flavor a complete BROWN'S IRON BITTERS JACKSONVILLE. FLA.







The DoFuniak Fruit Show. Cane and corn twelve and fourteen The leaf scale began on me last tection against frost was water to the

Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower. feet high, mammoth Russian sun year and propagated most vigorously.We northward or northwestward. These

The second annual exhibit of fruit flowers-grown for the seed by local i have been told that the sulphur deliberate and observing men find no

and vegetables, given under the aus- poultr'men-fine oats and popcorn would kill him, but I see no such ef fault with their investments. They

picies of the West Florida. HighlandFruit were among the miscellaneous items. (ect.Ve were told that he hatchedout have not only produced what are ratedas

and September, another the best oranges in the world, but
Growers' Association: exceededthe The premiums were small, ranging during April
first in quantity) and variety if not from "Honorable Mention". to $i, falsity. He has been hatchingfor they have obtained extra and even
months and is still at fancy prices for their yields, and have
in quality. The fair was held fully ten as the society and fruit culture are past

days too early, with the result that still in a youthful state. The fruit it. My microscope reveals the eggs made handsome profits. Halifax and

some of the fruit was immature and was sold at auction at good prices after in about all that I look at. Anyone Indian river fruit, for instance, usually

did not show off to the fine advantageit being photographed, and the can see the young on the fruit or limbs grown- on high shell hammock. land
without a glass. The little, just visible, i or heavy marl hammock land, is quotedregularly
would have done a week hence. money turned into the Society's treasury
white dust is the scale. The at a dollar above the market.
The display on the whole was, never The judges were non-members. young
offered the pale yellow dust that may be seen on This account of the history of the
theless, fine, and arranged with rare Besides the premiums by
is the rust'tmite trade concurred the shrewdest .
the for twenty feet in by
taste. Mr. G. W. Shear, the photo Society twelve special prizes were con orange
business so they though I notice that planters I met, explains why Florida
grapher, who has just returned from tributed by the leading men say
black differ as they do in .
turn partly very oranges quality.The
Chicago, pronounced it "superior to of the town. some oranges
Others Florida is thin
suddenly-mysteriously. gradually orange
the Florida exhibit at the World's
Fair and the fruit men are puzzled PUEMIUMS. take on the dingy yellow! color coated, heavy, full of sugar, and yet
For l lest general display!' of fruit, E. of the mite. He seems easier killed with sufficient sub-acid to give it
to know whether to take it as a compliment second >st, L. \\'. Plank: l best
( richer
Shugnrt; than the spider or scale, but still I findit : sprightliness-like something
or the reverse. of vegetables t; O. W.
general display
all the than rich lemonade The
South Florida may claim the medal Mellish; second, J. U. Matthews; best impracticable to reach oranges a groves
I W. Plank second, large old seedlings.If that produce this fruit will remain
for tropical fruit, but to the north. display( iwachett, ; i on my
due the laurels for honorable mention, Messrs. Cook and this race is to the swift there will and continue to make profits. Manyof

western part are Astelford; Teem l display of pears, E. Shu- be lots of people left in this sprayingrace. : the other sort must be abandoned,

produce that is generally supposed can gart: ; second Tionorablo mention, Q. A. I. After so much loss of time and and many of intermediate value must
only be raised north of Mason and Walther; best display of grain G. W. .
Dixon's line. The size and color of Mellish; second, honorable mention, (}. labor I am now using the kerosene be sold for little money to new own

the exhibit A. Walther; l best display of apples E. emulsion with sulphur solution. I ers.-Ilarper's Magazine.Tho .
of the peaches at ,
some _. __
second honorable mention, A
Shu art; foresee and see backwards; that nearly --
picked from two year old trees, are round Thurber in Florida.
Charles Everett; for lent bouquet another million is to be lost to the
almost beyond description, and fully of flowers, O. II. Hollowell; second, A. busi- Htlitor Farmer and Fruit Grower :
as fine as any collection of orangesthe A. Burgess: best flat do., Mrs. J. U. Matthews people in this as in the irrigating On Saturday I left at your office
Of tho Foot rot remedies are springingup
Downs. -
second, Mrs. ness.
writer has ever seen. ; Thurbers from
four ) trees
peaches (
twelve special premiums for fruit, vegetables everywhere and the credulous pub
As they net our fruit men from six old. I have realized $4
flowers and canned goods, lic are biting-or,. rather being bit- years
$7 to $9 per bushel, the investment ina Mellish clptur4.(1'u; tho rest were be per bushel in Jacksonville wholesalefor

peach orchard is by no means to be equally divided among Miss Ella Hol as they might anyway. which them. I find the best fertilizer to
flowers Mrs.( J. U. Matthews, This foot.rot is a disease may
sneered at.Among. ; be muck, stable manure, lime and
the fully ripe fine specimens canned goods I ; the Messrs. Plank, Cook be best compared to that which causes a potash. Have used commercial fertilizers
and Downs, for fruit and vegetables. great boil or numerous sores on peo.
on exhibition were the Globe- previously and find that this

rivalling that queen of peaches, the El- The fair was attended by only twoor pie.Ve are told it is caused by bad the beats them all, not only in the fruit,

berta, in size and flavor i if not inI I three outside parties, as contrary to blood and we ask what causes into but they make a body to the soil

of coloring; Foster, their former custom the fruit men did impure blood? Then we get which the commercial fertilizer does

gorgeousness Early Crawfordand not have it advertised save by one of .deep water. Malnutrition seems a not. These peaches were raised at
I belief to the cause of foot- II
list as
The popular
the home premium
Chinese Cling. papers. Spring Glen about four miles from
and not published until two days be- rot. I have no other remedy than a
The grape display was large it Jacksonville. J. KELLOW, Jn.
choice, Ives' Seedling, Delaware and fore the fair instead of as many months proper fertilizing. The samples were very large, about

Moore's Early being fully ripe. A ahead in order to incite competition.But come and go as boils WM.or sores P. NEELD.on man three inches long and of a. corresponding

sample bunch of the Eaton, not quite these are mistakes that will-in or beast. es diameter; highly colored peel |

ripe, was a beauty, at least ten inches conjunction with the unseasonable Tho Florida Boom. flesh juicy, melting and luscious. So

l long, shouldered, with berries as date-be a\'oidednexthye r. When what is known as "the boom" rank had been their growth that tile
walnuts. It was exhibited by Mr. G. H. Hollowell, the founder, and adhered
large as in in 1873 to stones generally split to
in was progress,
J. T. Stubbs of the experiment sta. and re-elected president for the ensuingyear I 1876 the bulk of the land that was the halves of the peach, though easily
whence also sent has worked like a giant to keepup ,
lion, from were for sale was in the (form of land grantsto separated from them alter being
samples of the Jefferson pear, fine the interest of the organization, an land tracts and opened. A very fragrant fruit.(

and luscious, which ripens as early as interest that is not likely to flag now railways, taken company homestead, .---- -0-'--.... .-

June i Qth, Botan plums, which have when the hopes planted five years ago the sections upon Florida The 1>>PerlililtrCu.'II.oI at Jacksonville

been shipped from here during the .. have to a great extent matured and rights by persons who came to tit the iuyyention! 0.( their jVrio
lands around De simply to get land for nothing, and York office and their Aieip 1 ork ayentat
bushel the unproductive
past three weeks at $6.20 per transformed into fertile who afterwards wanted less of it, and will indiiijnnttc a ttyttem! of cut rate on
and immense Kelseys not yet ripe Funiak are being cash for what they could sell. allayricidlnral chemical after Decemlter16th.

enough to ship, were on deck. Le orchards as fast as human handscan some the This mil purely un tjqtcrimenttYon
hand to meet
Conte did not come up to our do the work. C. DREYER. The land at /" better I"l'ClIflt"mIIlYc of it whileit
pears Kieffer De Funiak Springs.Scale "boom" was nearly all pine land. All lat. See ./ on lat jtaye.
did the
standard neither ,
usual that
Florida was interested in saying
----- ---"
though a few crates of the former Spider and Rust Mite. this pine land was the best orange ------------.f._
and the trees of I
have been shipped I Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower: land in the world. It is a fact that Said theOwl

both would Apples kinds be were later-the are over not fair fine of last as they year nant I (feel I am like at telling the false you teaching all how of indig-our oranges land, though can be this forced and is often when to grow done the on objectis onlyat that T A. I

entomologists and the humbug preparations a great cost, .
having prime specimens
and that 1 do and don't know muchof. attained the fruit brings prices ,
The watermelon canteloupe the to the least, leave no profit for the to himself, "If the ,
I not prepared to fight say
display was rich, some of the former was Thus it came about that moon I could get, .
tipping the scales at 35 to 50 Ibs. red spider during the cold rainy weather planter. hundredths of the whenever I'm dry
I II nine one
There was a good showing of canned of March and April, as the "doctors"said ninety established my throat I could
and pickled fruit and they came with the hot and usually groves in Florida were wet;The moon is a' '
preserved I weather of May. After they be. where they would not produce returnson quarter-with a quarter

jellies. I dry able with the first investment; in all proba ,. I hear; you can
entrenched I was not ,
The was cx came five
vegetable department will the purchase gal-
cellent. Sweet and Irish potatoes, the aid of a great $50 double barrel bility the majority They are not pay not on ..R'1; Ions ofT'viires'It
second owners.
outfit to rout them. He
Bermuda onions-the first spraying ,
sweet corn hand
land. On the a
successfully raised (from seed here, I lived out his life period and died with. orange Florida
investors to -
radishes out his boots, and his coffin cost me few
think-tomatoes, cabbage, ,
and went about the State studyingthe f 3eer."
be ten Root
beets, squash, pumpkins, celery (an.. more than mine will cost, may characteristics and peculiarities of

"experiment" from Bonifay), cucumbers times over.I what A Dellclout. Temper*
the business. They noted sort Thlrstoqitenchlng,
in short every kind of 'gardensass" .found that the sulphur solution llealtrMJivlnir Drink.
the exhibitors have successfully would kill him if, like the Dutchman'sflea of land and locations that the promised lands which success Good for any time ol year.

at the North, with perhaps a you catch him and "put a leetle observing confined I A se. package make j gallon Ik sure and
best fruit .
the were HIRES
mash him between produced get
down his throat or
little less fertilizer-and less perspiration ,
and that the
to certain sorts, pro-
results. thumb and finger.
but equally satisfactory .



J.LEX.. LITTLE, I'renld'ent.
LOCKIIAUT LITTLK. Secretary' and Treasurer





. Gn jE i t FEnTII.IzEns


IMPORTERS A Special OF POTASHES Invitation,Extended NITRATES, and the famous CALCUTTA BONE. The largest stock of FERTILIZER MATERIAL in the South '
to All to Visit Our

FJI ]''dElJilD Tle1El( was 21 yards long by yards wide table r v
] \ 5 berry. I don't know their name '
---- ........ and the potatoes were planted in ten though I have had them several years. Live! { tocl{. .:..
Should Not Give Up Tomatoes. rows, allowing about 2oin. betweenthe I planted them 2x1* feet and they ""-"""-
This has been a rows, and (from loin to i2i'n. lapped in the rows and were 18 to 20 Dairying Hot Climates.a a-
year between the sets. I planted the seed inches
high. Several Editor Partner and
for tomato growers, both in Florida with gentlemen were I Grower:
manure in shallow
and in South Mississippi, primarily on which trenches, here to see them who had been to Have just read "Dairying in Hot
account of blight, and were very difficult to make, Lawtey, Hampton and the other berry Climates."
owing to the hardness of the
account of low prices. But the low and before planting in accordancewith ground, places and they said they had seen Either the writer simply thought it

prices were largely due to, the poor instructions given, I immersedthe Whitner nothing to compare with mine. Col. out sitting at his desk, in which case
quality of the fruit, which in turn thought they were Sharpless it is he has
was tubers for hours in very pretty, or not tried it
21 a solutionof from the looks of the
also largely caused by the blight. ilb. of nitrate of potash in five pronounced the finest berry, which he long enough to know much about it,
he had
Probably also the late frosts had ever climate
some gallons of water, and I allowed the or moisture, temperature and
thing to do with the deteriorated tubers to remain for another hours Lake City. W. B. KNIGHT. milk are quite different in Mississippi
quality of the fruit, as it has with exposed to the air, so that the 24 .... from what they are in these parts.
peaches, plums, pears and with the mi ht have time to swell. They germs were Tho Peruvian Yam. These half.baked articles are as harmful : .
extensive dropping of oranges. I planted on April 16, and were takenup There is certainly a peculiarity about as they are numerous. A hole in
Some of the plagues:; of the agricul on September 13, and gave a return the flavor of this potato; it is something the ground as is there described, cemented
turist seems to go in cycles. This has of 151! bushels. I may add that that might be termed absolutely or clay, will become so moldy,
been when one of those ill-starred seasons the soil is heavy clay. which had not perfect. Entirely sweet enough fort so close, so cheesy and rancid (milk
farmer nature seems to conspire againstthe been worked for three years, and that t any Southern taste, nothing of the even with the most careful handling,
; when fruit is sour and very few of the potatoes were diseasedand pumpkin flavor objectionable to many, will occasionally spill, and it cannot
small, when seeds do not sprout, when the tubers were decidedly above and apparently nothing wanting. One be cleaned up from dirt or cement)
insects are uncommonly prevalent and the. average in size. Side by side is at once made aware of this neculi that even *i toad will not live there.-------
.rot.- and...blight... fill up. the. list of- calam.- with the above I planted a well worked arity when testing it against the old The lowest temperature iQ our forty-
the 1UC9. The exceSS1\'e 14111 and cold UI piece of ground, 21 yards long and yellow yam; in such test its flavor will five feet wells is sixty-eight degrees. I .
winter and spring seems to have i4 yards wide, with good sound appear to be everything that could be have an underground dairy seven feet
soured the usual sweetness of the earth tubers of medium size, which desired, while there will seem to be deep, with gable roof in place of dirt,
and air; it is a general remark of the me a return of 30 bushels, very gave few something lacking, as in the case four feet from peak to ground, win- .
growers that they have not for a long diseased. It will be seen at of biscuit without salt, to make i i dow in each gable. The dairy is well
time known such a "bad year" for a once that the seed tubers which were perfect the flavor of the old yel- sheltered under a large live oak and is '
concurrence of the above untoward soaked in the solution gave a returnat low yam. The Peruvian yam is near the top of a hill; water never
conditions. the of an immense runs into it and the walls are brick
rate 654 bushels to the acre, yielder, can get along
But, with special reference to the whilst land and cemented. Hefore the -
the others, though much larger on as poor as can any of rainy season
blight, the growers should not be at tubers and on superior soil, yielded the inferior potatoes, is as hardy as windows were opened evenings .
all disheartened, for this disease is only at the rate of 446 bushels to the any of them, and can fully equal them and shut mornings; temperature kept
J ; it ceases after climaticconditions acre, so that the yield from the former in putting up with neglect and rough at seventy-eight degrees which was
become unfavorable to the was nearly 50 per cent. more than usage As a keeper through the win fairly satisfactory The first big rain .
reproduction of the snores. The free that from the later: : and I have no ter it has no superior. What more in May washed the heat down and
use of potash is a great preventive or doubt that, if the soil in the two cases could we ask in the way of a sweet made the place steamy), it became necessary
it by sweetening and disinfecting the had been of the same quality and the potato ? It does not lack something to keep the windows open all
soil. More than that, tomato blightcan tubers of the same size, the crop from relative to perfect flavor, as does the day, which, of course, almost destroys
be measurably prevented and even the former would have been still more Carolina yam It is a rampant grower its usefulness. If the place had no
clued by spraying, as the experienceof abundant. The chemicals: cost me is. and will bear more rough usage than ventilation as the writer plans, it
this year has demonstrated.Ve 3d., and I would recommend potato any other really good variety. It appears would be intolerable. Such a place
shall recur to this subject at the proper growers to try the experiment next finished in flavor and quality will do for a dry climate, but not in a
time next fall. year with, say a quarter of their seed, when the tubers are less than half wet climate. E. T.
and carefully the grown, and hence be used Tallahaute,Jwljr, 1893-
result with
compare may very .,... ..
A Now Wrinkle. the rest of the crop." early in the season.J. P. Stelle, in i ...---.. ...

Some months ago the British Consulat This seems incredible, but the Mark American Gardening. Angora Goats in Florida. .
Paris wrote home stating how by a I Lane Express is the highest authority -- Editor Farmer and PI uit-Groreer: ;
certain treatment of the seed tubers a ;in England. Perhaps some Florida Some years ago I sent to an old
yield of 42 tons of potatoes per acre had grower will give this thing a trial and CONSUMPTION neighbor in Kentucky and ,bought a ;4
been obtained in France. "I tried it" send us a report. SURELY fall blood Angora buck. I hadhim

says a writer in the Iarklane Express, -.-- .. -- To TUB' EorroBJ-Pleaao CURED.inform i sent down by freight, he was ten days
"in an old raspberry bed, which of A Fine Strawberry. era that I hare a positive remedy your for nail the I'; on the road, but arrived in good condition
course, was trodden very hud-and Editor Partner and Fruit Grower: above named disease. By its timely use as there was a supply of feed
used as seed the small potatoes which I thousands of hopeless cases haTe been per sent with him and the railroad men -
remained after 1,500 quarts year manently cured. I shall be glad to send I had fed '
planting the other from one fifth of an acre of very fine two bottles of my remedy free to any-of 1' him. The cost was only ,
ground, the sets being very small, and berries, but I thought they lacked readers who have consumption if they your will 1 $1.70, while by express it would, have
weighing from half an ounce to an sweetness, and perhaps were a firs t send me their express and post office address. been probably$10. .
ounce ouch The piece of ground class shipping sort but not a first-class- Ueapectfully( T. A. Slocum, M.O., Ever since that I have had a flock
ISfrPearl Street,Now Tork. of goats, only grades, of course, for I



have not really attempted to work my that are not obtainable from the milk especially the period of incubation, injure the health of the fowls. If the
flock up to a full blood standard to of any other animal. K. N. Y. points to the tick as the exclusive carrier poultry house is given a cleaning out
raise mohair. I have kept them only ....... of the infection, so far as the territory every day the work will be easy; as a
for meat and milk, and have been Tho Cattle Tick the Carrier of north of the permanently infected broom may be used for sweeping the
well satisfied with them for this pur Texas Fever. region is concerned.UnitedStates floor, after which dry dirt may be
pose. They are better than sheep fora In the investigations carried on up Government Bulletin. sprinkled over the floor, and especially *
poor man who wants a little stock' to 1892 the precise relation of the under the roosts. Scatter the droppings
that will do him the most good toward cattle tick to the disease had not been le on the garden plat, as they are
supporting his family. They positively demonstrated. It was known Poultry more valuable when fresh than at any

have always been perfectly healthy, from our former experiments that Edited by E.W.AMSDEN,Ormxmd Pit. qther time.
though they have spent nearly all their young ticks placed on susceptiblecattle -- """""- i .
of Carbon for Lice.
time of their own accord down on the produced Texas fever. It was Sulphide The Summer Grain.
low bottoms of the St. Mary's river. also shown in 1889 that when the !, We have received several letters in Instead of feeding corn to poultry
Even the buck that I brought from ripe tick was prevented from falling regard to sulphide of carbon (or rather in summer, it is bett 'r to compel the
Kentucky never showed any signs of. to the ground, and a future generationwas carbon di-sulphide) as a remedy for the hens to seek the whole of their food,
distress in getting acclimated. thereby destroyed in the egg, so prevention of lice, the following beingone and they will be all the better for it
They ire very prolific, nearly always to speak, the disease did not appear. of the inquiries, which will serve by reason of the exercise and varied
bringing twins. Their flesh, Owing to circumstances the confirmation to assist others: diet; but if it is deemed advisable to -
when young and fat, even of the of this important experiment was "Is sulphide of carbon a successful allow a meal of grain it should be
while it delayed until this year. Prior exper remedy for lice in a poultry house? and consist of
grades; is as good as mutton ; given at night oats, as
iments in and had failed Will it injure the hens while the houseis
is a well known fact that the flesh ofa 1890 1891 oats arc more suitable at this season.
full blood Angora is quite free from because the ticks had not been en being treated with it? How often As a change of food buckwheat may
offensive odor or taste. So is their tirely removed. During the past and how long each time should it be occasionally be substituted but grain
milk. My boys milk them and from summer, however, the fact was again used?" should not be given at all if the range
two good ewes they will get as much demonstrated that when ticks are re The above is from Delphos, Ohio. affords plenty of grass, seeds and in
milk as from a cow, and richer, too. moved (picked off by hand) from Sulphide of carbon is a liquid, composed sects. .
Goat's milk never distresses anybody, Southern animals, the latter may of sulphur and carbon, chemi --. --
while range cow's milk often sickens freely mingle with susceptible Northern tally united. It is very volatile, like' Parched Corn.
cattle without communicatingTexas gasoline, and has a disagreeable odor.It .
children and people of delicate stom. Feed parched or charred corn onceor
is claimed that if wide mouthed
fever. Two experimental fields a -
twice a week during cold weather.
achs.Last bottle is filled with it and the bottle
spring a great misfortune overtook were set aside for this purpose.In Puget Sound Poultry Keeper.
small each two Southern and two native suspended in the poultry-house by a
my flock. They got on a Good advice. It will make hens
island in the St. Mary's in a heavy animals were placed. From the string, the lice will leave. Being very lay if anything will. The best and
Southern animals the ticks were picked I volatile it is also highly inflammable,
rain when the river was rising rapidlyand easiest way to char corn we have ever
them ofl, as far as possible, just before they hence no flame of any kind should be
before I could get to they found is to lay a pile of ears on the
six. were placed in the field. They were brought near it. Poured into a rat
had all drowned but fire of a fireplace. Let the grain get
In the fall I shall send to Kentucky examined from day to day for several hole it instantly suffocates the animals, well charred on the outside and don't
for another buck, and if my old neigh weeks to remove any that had escaped as it at once forms a gas. be afraid of burning it up. You will
bor is still living, I shall be able to get notice, owing to their small size. In It does not injure the hens if the know when it is done, and when coldit
the control field containing carbon di-sulphide is given off in small
of general
one very cheap. Perhaps some will shell easily. Shelled corn,
your readers would like to send.J. Southern'animals from the same farms quantities, though danger would result parched like coffee, is not relished by
A. DANIEL. from which the ticks were not picked if the house was filled with it. fowls and they often refuse to touchit
Caker County. off all exposed natives were attacked Sprayed over the walls with a sprayer, ; but when charred on the ear the
i with Texas fever, while in the two and the house immediately closed grain comes nice and white, except
Tho Goltlon-Hoofod Guernsey.One fields mentioned no disease appeared, (with the hens outside), the effect the burned ends, and the fowls eat it
blood of the would be to the fumes of burning
hundred although the exposedcases equal
years or more ago, greedily. If there were more charredcorn
they (the Channel l Islands) had so was carefully examined from sulphur. The claim is that if onlya fed there would be fewer sick
much satisfactibn in their cattle thatit time to time, so that no mild, transient small quantity continually escapes fowls. By feeding charred corn daily
was conceded that no intermingling: attack should escape our attention. from a wide-mouthed bottle it is sufficient for awhile we have had hens start off
of other blood could be an improvement Experiments with the cattle ticks to drive lice away, though sucha to laying that had previously mani
have thus been carried on in three' quantity would not destroy them.
on their favorites, and one en fested no desire to do so. And, as
actment reinforced another year after different directions: Our caution is to beware of havingfire an aid to digestion, and a banisher of
year in guarding them from foreign ((1) Adult egg.laying ticks have been near the building? in which it is indigestion, charcoal, in any form,
contamination. Fines and penaltieswere scattered on pastures, and the natives used, or an explosion would result. and especially charred corn, is the best
provided, until even the ship j placed. on such pastures- have contracted I Otherwise there is.. no danger. and safest thing that can be given
that should land an animal for breeding Texas fever in the absence of South ---- fowls.
purposes was forfeited and im ern cattle. Aro Roosts Necessary. &p -- .
prisonment awaited the master and ((2)) Eggs have been incubated in Are roosts really necessary (for Cottonseed Meal
crew. The cattle of the Island of the laboratory, and the young ticks fowls? Mrs. A. M., Atlanta, Ga.
Is cottonseed meal of value
native cattle have produced: No not for heavy fowls. The any as a
Guernsey have remained as absolutely placed on ;
: poultry food? Would it be well to
the disease. Leghorn and Spanish class may re
breed that is known. The
pure as any feed it when fowb
are moulting, or
When the cattle tick is preventedfrom quire roosts and may not be injured
aim that has animated these many ((3)) chicks feathers? E. L.
just growing -
years of care has been to produce a attacking native cattle by being by roosting in trees or on roosts in D. Nicholson Pa.
for the removed from the Southern cattle before the hen-house ; but we believe the ,
r cow as perfect as possible
It is valuable food but
it falls to the ground and lays its Brahmas, Cochins, Plymouth Rocks, a produces
dairy of luxury, a cow to producemilk
It be fed( in
constipation. equal
fowls will thrive better
Southern and native cattle and other heavy
richness may
and cream of marvelous eggs,
without the if made to roost on the floor of the parts with linseed meal, one gill daily,
f and butter that in grain, flavor and freely with other food to hens.
golden color, excels that of any and Texas fever. poultry-house! in clean straw hay,
all other breeds. The most remarkable These three lines of investigationpoint leaves or sawdust. Many breeders of .
characteristic is the richness of to the cattle tick as the carrier, Cochins and Brahmas have adoptedthis DEVON STOCK CATTLE FOR SALE
the animal. It is seen in every point. 'and the only carrier, of Texas fever; plan, and have banished roostsas
The horn is soft and full of color; the yet we do not wish to maintain that unnecessary. Besides, roosts Ono or two car loads of young
hoofs are usually like tortoise shell; the the Texas fever virus may not be oc harbor lice, cause bumblefoot,
skin is soft and of a goldenyellowtint casionally transferred through other crooked breasts and deformed bodies. Devon grades,
and the inside of the ears is still still unknown channels. A case was Heavy (fowls are often maimed lor life
'more highly colored; while the same referred to in the preceding report by flying down en the hard ground or Excellent for Beef, Duller

orange hue seems to plow; from the ((1891)), which gives some support to plank floor. Banish the roosts, say and \Working Oxen
bag, as if there were light under the the assumption that this disease may we.-Southern Fancier..

soft skin. In the mature, well bred be at times conveyed without ticks. Tho Droppings.t. Devon are the best breed for the
animal both eye and hand find evidence On the whole, it is safe to maintainthat
that all secretions are rich and if Texas fever isVansrnitted without Do not allow the droppings to remain South. AddressRoseland

of high quality, and a careful exam- the tick, such transmission will in the poultry house longer thantwentyfour Plantation "'
ination prepares the mind for under probably be confined to one or a few hours, as they will soon ,
standing why the butter made from animals and not become epizootic, 'decompose during warm weather and
Guernsey cream possesses qualities since every fact relating to the disease, give off disagrcable odors, as well as Cambridge, Ga.


gtate '1ets.The .The Pensacola Fruit and Vegetable will endeavor to his a. r
] out intentions
carry Mr. Walter Westcott, son of Mr. L.
... Exchange shipped the finest car of to improve the Strain of the
,... fruit native Westcott, well known as one of the
)'esterdayVednesday( ) that has pony. Mr. Stevens will add, also industrious
orange crop around Orange most young men about Or
left Escambia
Lake will yet county. It contained a lot of pure bred bulls and
exceed the estimates made Alderney lando, has cultivated a tract of ground
in the spring by 40 or 50 per cent. This 604 boxes and five barrels of pears. cows. A large part of the tract will adjoining his 'father's. Here, side by

Mr. Sampson will have 50,000 boxes, World's shipment goes direct to the be kept for rice, corn, hay% vegetables, side, father and son have created two
Fair, and gives promise of big small fruits and flowers! the
when three months ago his crop was in cultiva profitable fruit and vegetable farms out
money for the .-Pensacola lion of which
estimated Mr. White has had
at Banner News. suc- of what was three years ago a pine
Capt.J. Poitevant of Ocean Springs, experience.-Times.Union. forest, and which will, in a very shott
Miss, has purchased Sneed's Island j Many young groves and thousandsof The older an orange tree grows the time, bring a handsome yearly Income

from Mr.[ W. H. Vanderipe, paying pineapples have been planted at larger the crop it yields. Some trees to both of them. They have supplied'

$ ,ooo for it. Capt Poitevant has Avon Park the last two years, and we of this State have fully matured 12,000to the places with the very best irrigating

eighty acres in grove, half of it in are informed that I SOOO pineapple 15,000 oranges per tree or 100 boxesto arrangements, having water pumpedby
bearing in the Peterson hammock.- slips, together with many more new the tree, averaging 150 to the box. steam through pipes laid in all

Manatee Advocate. groves, will be planted this summer. In the DeCimeron: grove, north of parts of the tract where needed, and,

Sheep raising, it seems, is going to We predict that poor men who are town, the old Jim Bennett place, there In fact, many devices in the shape of

- be added to the industries of this struggling to-day will five years hencebe arc 61 treesabout one acre,which are i 2 labor-saving machinery are disposed .
county. Several carloads have been free from the burden and perplexityof years old, and from these 61 trees 900 about the premises to assist in making

bought by some of our stock men, and care.-Home Seeker. boxes of fruit were gathered last sea these the model groves, vineyards and

from past experience will, no doubt, Grapes were never so plentiful in son. Say they netted $1.25 per boon x gardens of this section. -Orlando Re

be a very)profitable industry.-Kissim- this vicinity as they have been the past the tree, you get a profit of $1,125 porter.
mee Item in Orlando Reporter.Up week, and as a consequence the price from this acre.-DeLand Record. Mr. F. D. Rand, writing in The

to the commencement of this has dropped to five cents per pound R. E. Howard, of Watson Bayou, Irrigator Maitland.; cites the Hopwood grove at
as an of the invaluable
week the steamer Santa Lucia had cheap enough for anybody. Shipping has a new grape for this section, which i benefits derived from
brought up i2,528cratesof pineapplesfor to Northern markets has not been is bearing its first crop this year. It down irrigation.The .
was hill
shipment over the Flagler railway, encouraging, as the fruit arrives in is a German grape, as its name indicates as grove a result of going a freeze followed rapidly -

which, we are told, is nearly three. poor condition after its long journey.At -the Von Luttichau, resembling the of insects. The article by
fifths of the entire crop of pineappleson Orlando they have begun to manufacture the Niagara in form and color but' ravages **
on to In the
goes : of
say season
Indian River this season.-Titus- wine from the grapes-Oviedo ripening two weeks earlier th-n the'
1891 of
a change
vile Advocate. Chronicle. On the contrary, the St. latter, and remarkable for its meaty programme was determined

Speaking of drive wells Mr. J. II. Augustine News reports that the shippers texture and sparseness of seeds. Its trained horticulturist on. lr.Vm.from. Downs Lincolnshire a

Kennedy informs us that from a patchof have been successful, and thatthe flavor perhaps a trifle less pronouncedthan
England, was in
cucumbers which without irrigation acreage next year will be doubled. that of the Niagara; but if it sustains and a capacious irrigating placed plant charge set ,

would not have matured at all, they A May and June bloom on our or- the good qualities of the cluster It was evident that something shouldbe up.

cleared enough to pay the cost of the ange trees is nothing remarkable, but tested it will prove a valuable addition done to save the grove from ruin.

well. Those who first proposed the when the trees commence to put on our list of grapes worthy of cultivation I visited the grove when the plant was

driving of artesian wells in this countywere bloom as late as July, as they are doing in the Bay country.-St. Andrew's going on, and well remember the appearance

certainly public- benefactors. now. it -is .decldelr- out of the regular Buoy.- of the trees. A large pro

Two men at Grass Point, on North order+ of things. A gentleman from Mr. H. W. Lane can show the doubting portion were of considerable age, with

Bay, killed a large rattler a few days Sanford, who is now traveling by ones exactly what pluck,energy and 1 large trunks, bent tops, scant of foliage
ago, and one of them, desiring to save wagon over this section of Lake county perseverance can accomplish in Flor and short of limbs. They had

the hide, skinned the reptile. A sore says that the groves around here ida. His place is in the much maligned been cut to pieces by the freeze of
on the back of one of his hands in are a marvel to him. On all hands he ] sandhills yet he raises cabbage 1886, checked in proper growth by

some way took poison during the operation finds a healthy and profuse bloom, with solid white heads that weigh the repeated and protracted drouths,

and the man is having a serious while the trees universally look in thirteen pounds, mealy Irish potatoes and eaten up by the red spider. They

time from the effects.-St. Andrews splendid condition.-Eustis Lake Re. that would make an epicure's mouth had probably been half fed, as well as

Messenger gion. water. Sweet potatoes, sugar, syrup, inadequately watered. The grove today -
More fruit and vegetables were The Florida Celery rice pinders alter only two of
Company, organized peas, corn and water years good treatment
produced in and around Orlando this in Michigan, as Florida.taxesthem melons; he raises an abundance of f is a splendid sight. A fair crop

year than ever before; prices for the $100 if they organize here, has everything, in fact, that a good farmer was taken off the past season, and now
same have also been lower than usual. purchased forty acres of muck at the plants, makes his own meat and lard, the trees are literally full of promise ...
We are getting on the right track; head of the lake, and will pioceed at lives at home and has an abundanceto for the coming one. The trees have

when our people producingwhat once to breakup twenty acres and put I sell, and yet has plenty of time thunt to made an astonishing growth, and have
they consume, we will be the into celery this sea .nl. Mr. James' and fish and enjoy life. In addition size for a magnificent crop."

most prosperous people in the country. Brown, an old experienced hand at to farming ne manufactures the _e__

.-Orlando Sentinel. the business, has arrived with his son finest syrup barrels that are made.- $100 Reward 810O.

The DeLand Record says there to take charge of the operations. The Brooksville News. The readers of this paper will be

must be a forty days' rain to fill up company proposes to go slow until pleased to learn that there is at least
the small lakes as full as they were they know celery will prove a success are pleased to notice a growing one dreaded disease that science has

several years back. '''heyare lower in this climate, when they will imme disposition among orange and vegetable been aWe to cure in all its stages, and
than they have been for diately establish the raisers to find some method to that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
many years, largest celery evade the evils of the commission ,;
with hardly water enough in the flat- plantation in the world.-Kiseimmee. The is the only positive cure now knownto
woods for cattle to drink. To this the Leader. system. methods prac the medical fraternity. Catarrh

St. Francis Facts adds, that when the Mr. L. H. White, of the El Uarata tired so by glaring many a merchants character during have beenof the being a constitutional disease, requires -
lakes get filled up once more Florida News in this a treatment.
Agency city, returned undeceive who
past icason as to any Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
will then have internally
some more oldfashionedmild from his visit of -
days to the retained faith in this method. The
acting directly the
. winters. upon blood
neighborhood of U. White's
J. practice of trusting the livlihood of ,
Messrs. \V. S. Clay, James Ryan farm at Hastings, on the Jacksonville, one's self and family to such entirely i thereby mucous surfaces of the system,
and Emmet Boyd returned from Lake St. Augustine & Indian River Rail unreliable parties is one which would destroying the foundation of
the diseoae
OkeechobeeTuesday, with 520 alligator way.Ir.. White went there in the interest ruin the most flourishing country in a i giving the patient
hides. They go back again today jf Mr.[ Wheeler Stevens, of short of time. The strength by building up the constitu-
and will return with 1,000. They Zanesville, 0., who, when a visitor to method of shipping to a great numberof present tion and assisting nature in doing its

run out of salt for keeping them, o r this city, fell in love with its surround men in a great variety of places work. The proprietors have so much
would have brought more this trip. ings and became the purchaser of the according to their own reports of the, faith in its curative powers that they

Mr. Clay says that the land around Atwood house in Buena Esperanza, several markets is as hazardous offer One Hundred Dollars for any
this great inland sea is the richest land and is also the owner of about 12,000 practice as it would, be for a i case that it fails to cure. Send for
in the world and that the lake is threeor of every man : list of testimonians.
acres productive land near Hast in the State to vote for who he pleasedfor
four feet lower than ever before ings. These lands are to be immediately AddressF.
known. He the of into governor,, regardless of party J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo O.
says patch sugar cut farms of convenient size, nominations. Unity is strength and ,
cane planted by Capt. J J. F. Menge, and Mr. White is to superintend theme the shippers of this lose te-Sold .by Druggists, 750.
county every .
Mar Lake Ilickpochee the finest h while -
is being planted mainly for pastur year thousands of dollars by not effecting The cook-stove fruit.drier which
ever saw, being large, rich and full of f age, as Mr. Stevens intends sending of we
I an organization some sort. offer as a premium
ought to attractlthe
j juice.-Ft. Myers[ Press. down some fine blooded horses, and :Braidentow'n Journal ,attention of every housewife.



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could-before he was examined. By Bogus white lead would have no sale did It not
Our !\UFal fiome. so doing he had flattened out his ver- I afford makers a larger profit than Strictly Pure
tebral cushions so that he fell under Bogus White Lead. /
The Need of Schools. the required height.In The wise man is never persuaded to buy paintthat
is said to be "better" than
"just as good" or
Per Our !Hural! Home: this lying flat, every muscle is

What are we going to do with our relaxed and rests. To sit in a chair
boys and girls in Florida? In some and nearly fall out of it from dozingand Strictly Pure White Lead.

parts of the State the schooling facilities nodding is not rest. Give up,
are almost equal to those of the surrender every muscle for a few The market is flooded with spurious white leads. The following analyses,
North but in others made by eminent chemists, of two of these misleading brands show the exact
they are very) minutes, and you will see the wisdomof proportion of genuine white lead they contain:
poor. the people who mostly immigrate it.-Farm and Fireside.
Misleading Brand Misleading( Brand
here whose
are elderly people .
Standard Lead Co. Pure White
children Strictly Pacific Warranted Pure [Al]Whit Lead."
but there
are grown, are some Snapper Croquette. Lead. St. Louis.
coming who bring families of small Boil fish Materials! Proportion Analyzed bj Materials Proportions Analyzed by
children and who in the North could for twenty minutes, after Bartea 63.30 I per cent. Regis. Cbaurenet Sulphate of Lead 4.18 per cent. Ltdoox! &Go,
soaking over night. Drain all water Oxide of Zinc 34.18 per cent & liro., Oxide of Zinc 45.01 per cent. New York.
have sent them to the public schools off White Lead 6.40 per cent. St. Lout, Uarytes 60.68 per cent.
nine months in the year, and so given pick bit very carefully, removingevery Less than 7 per cent white lead. No white lead in it.
of skin and bone mash
them a good practical education.- fine with You can avoid bogus lead by purchasing any of the following brands.
of Iresh
equal amount t
here the school year does not last so very They are manufactured by the "Old Dutch" process, and are the standards:
boiled Irish potatoes, mix thoroughly
months and the "ANCHOR" (Cincinnati) "RED SEAL" (St. Louis)
many being newer add two tablesooons of butter, one of "ECKSTEIN (Cincinnati) KENTUCKY (Louisville)
scholars are not as well classed; the made mustard a of Worcestershire "SOUTH ERN (St. Louts and Chicago) II ATLANTIC(New York)
weather is warmer, and teachers and teaspoon "COLLIER"St.( Louis) "JEWETT" (New York)
sauce, salt, pepper and For sale by the most reliable dealers in paints everywhere.
scholars have not the ambition to nutmeg to taste add three or four If you are going to paint, it will pay you to send to us for a book containing informs
study they have there. To be sure eggs, mixing well., Roll into cro. t:.)n that may save you many a dollar ; it will only cost you a postal card to do so.

there are several colleges scatteredover NATIONAL LEAD CO.
quettes balls, dip them in beaten egg ,
the State that will compare favorably and roll in cracker dust; fry in butteror I Broadway, New York.
with similar institutions in the lard. Serve with tomato sauce.- J
North, but to people who come with Pensacola News.

limited means to go into fruit-raising FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
it is impossible to send their children
to these expensive institutions. Some LEMON CREAM CAKE.-Stir to -
gether half a cupful of butter and one
let them go to school as long as it An Incorporated Homo Association of Ornniro (flrourcr for market in jr Florida. Fruit to the
lasts, then keep them at work on the of sugar ; add the juice and grated boatadvnntnffe.-AUTHOmZKn I CAPITAUfaoUU: ).
r rind of one lemon ; then three whitesof NOX MATEIIIAI/-Tho Exchange: .IK fully reared to supply( boxes and paper on
grove; others let them run the order. Write for price list and terms. .
streets and pick up rough ways and eggs whipped to a froth alternately,
with one and a half cupfuls of flour -:OFFICERS :-
words. Some few send their sons to
sifted with a teaspoonful of bakinp o EO. R. FAI1IIIANKR. President. D. OKRRNLRAF. Vice-President.
a business college after a few'Is.oen'lMgr.andTreas. ,
years : M. TUHNKit .. Bocretary.
here, but their daughters at home powder and half a cupful of milk. i IiItE(71'Oltg-am. It. Fairbanks, Alnchua Co.; F..O. Hill( ; : Dr. K. E. Pratt
stay !Bake this in two jelly tins. For the 111118boro Co.; John C.. Love, Lake Co.; liy Cnltcher OnnJU Co.; I). ()Jrcenleaf.. Duval Co.;
until married to some one as i ignorantas II. )(. J1aer, Ihn'w Co. A. Iirndy IIrc-nn t.o.: F. (1. Sampson Marion Co.; C. v. iitlher,
themselves. S. M. A. filling, boil three-fourths of a cupful of NnsMu Co.; John )(. iJrrnnt, Osceola Co.; II. Hutchan on, Putnam Co.; )(. 8. ilorumaa St.Stcncila.
milk with Johns Co.; o. W. J.ancastcr Voluh\,'J.C. l'elot Manatee Co
--s two tablespoonfuls of sugar; Address all correspondence 10 the Florida Fruit ivxcnauvc,Jacksonville, Fla. ,
Saved by Sunshine. dissolve a tablespoonful of corn starchin with full packing and shipping Instructions,furnished on application.

two of cold milk .. --- -
tablespoonfuls -
I think the superb health of my ,
family is to a great extent due to the stir into the boiling milk and cook for 71 FTIIt 8 veare exncj -
ten minutes in double boiler add / rienco in I Florida with
Habit we have of almost living in sun a ; a @ _
shine. Every bright day all the shut- generous lump of butter, the juice and nearly all varieties downon of fib
fowls"", wo have
ters are open, and the entire house grated rind of a lemon and the yolksof the following an the best
gets the benefit of sunlight. It drives three eggs ; stir until it thickens suited to this climate:

away dampness, mold, microbes and and remove from the fire. When llrotru and Htorrwff *. I.rghorMa.
cakes and cold / ami II*. I'. Hock,
filling this
Wue-devils, and puts us all in good are spread Halite ll't/ttnilot,
humor and health. I cannot imagine between the layers.! Intllnn fJamtt,
tittrrr SimnatntIlliif II".U',
good sanitary conditions and dark- Recipes might be multiplied indef. lanyahuuqIntprrlat

ness. Even my cellar is ;as light as I initely. Lemon juice is superior to I'rklIMrka 1'1 route rurl'1JII., .
can possibly make it, and whatever vinegar for making a mayonaise. r

fruit and delicacies need to be shut Iced tea in summer with a slice of FOWLS FOR SALE {*-
away from light I put in close cup lemon is a most refreshing drink, and
boards or covered boxes. I have will prevent the loss of sleep that is -&r EGGS TO HATCH.INCUBATORS .

sheets of canvas that can be thrown sometimes caused by a too intemperate -

over them before they are put away, use of tea taken in the ordinaryway. nth '

and always take pains so to arrangemy .
stores that nothing will be injuredby If the hands be rubbed with a cut POULTRYSUPPLIESOF\\

an abundance of light. People lemon every time after washing, par.. +_ _
who live in badly-lighted apartmentshave ticularly when one is engaged in any ALL KINDS.
) little color and less health. I work which stains them, they will -

I for one do not intend to spend my keep white and soft.( ANIMAL MEAL MAKES r

days in an atmosphere of gloom.- To keep lemons, cover them with HENS STOCK LAY STRONG.; YOUNG '

New York Ledger. fresh, cold water, and change every -

-....- week. They ripen and become more Illustrated catalogue free .

To Prolong Life. juicy, and may be kept in this way to any addrvt ,_,
It has been said by eminent medical fcr several months.-Country Gentle-
E. W.
authority that the workingman man. .
way prolong his life by the simple act ......... ...'--..._..... Ormond, Fla. .
of lying Hat: on his back in the middleof Wholo Wheat Flour. -

the day, between eating and the Dr. Stockham, in her excellent ground as fine as white flour. This I American Medical Weekly: "The

resumption of work. If a man lie work, "Tokology," says of this flour: renders the entire wheat flour availablefor gluten of cereal foods is their nitrogen *

this way for only five minutes, it is "It is one of the noblest additions to cakes, puddings and even pastry. i: zcd: element, the element on which

a better tonic than any of the so-called the foods of the world. The grain is To quote further: "Wheat, more than I i depends their life-sustaining value, and

bitters. There are twenty-four denuded of the outside silicious bark any other article of food, furnishes all [ this element is, in the white andishfy / -

cushions in the spinal column. The and then ground into a fine flour, and the elements, and in the right propor- I fashionable flour, almost entirely

longer a man is _on his feet, the more all the elements of the grain are pre- tion required to nourish the body. In I: removed, while the starch, the inferior
these cushions become depressed. served." Herein lies the difference bolting the flour to make fine white II element, is left behind, and constitutesthe

During the war a man who was of the between entire wheat and the ordinary flour four-fifths of the gluten, the most entire bulk and inferior nutrimentof

required height-just up to it-escaped Graham flour, with which many pea nutritious part of the grain, is taken such flours. To use flour from
the draft by remaining on his ple confound it; the harsh outside out to be fed to cows and hogs." which the gluten has been removed is

feet for some time-as long... as hey )husk being taken oft and ,the flour Dr. Cutter, of Harvard, says, in the almost trimirtaL" The italics are-his.

1 ;i



POWERS, Editor. A Handsome Act.It Florida's Divided Duty. pears from rolling off. The bottom

P. O. Address, Lawtey.Pla. is that able It is the misfortune of this State I and sides ot this bin or shelf shouldbe
not often we are to
CONTENTS.GROVE :record in these selfish times a finer act that its population is not homage covered with bagging or soft clothto

neous. The pioneer classes, who clear prevent the pears from being
AND!' OaellAan-The Bweet Florida than that of Capt. Thos. E. ,
Orange; Reversion of Fruit; Marianua whom the people of the Indian river away the forests and grow most of bruised. In emptying them from the
Plum and Root knot; Forming the Tree; the farm also the baskets hold hand in front of
Economy in Orange Culture...... ....... 459 section delight to honor as "the pineapple crops, are your
classes by reason of their numbers. them to them from falling too
The Five New Peaches Potash and Lime in There of
5&nd7IoU" . ..;. .. .......... .... 460 king. being the a scarcity of the The railroad and hotel-builders and hard on each other. The time forgathering
boats on the river in height
DeFuniak Fruit Show;; Scale. Spider and some of the fruit growers are accustomed varies from July 1St to
Kurt Mite; The Florida Boom; The Thurbet picking season to move the he
in Florida .. .. .. .. ...... ........ .. 461 stopped his hands for a time in crop orderto to the dash and splendor of the August ist, and must be determinedby
FARMER AND' TRUCKER-Should Not Give financial achievements of the North, the conditions stated above. The
Up Tomatoes New Wrinkle Fine Straw. give his neighbors a better oppor
berry; Peruvian Yam.. .... .. .... ....... 462 tunity to ship their fruit, or at least a and are impatient with the legislators.In pears gathered rather green keep
LIVE STOCK-Dairying in Hot Climates; An. Richards the a burst of indignation over the longer than those allowed to get ripeon
of it.
Captain was .
Goats in Florida; Golden-Iloored part
Guernsey: ;Cattle Tick and Texas Fever.. 463 pioneer in the pineapple industry and "dishwater eloquence" and the back the trees. If gathered at the

POULTRY-Sulphide of Carbon for Lice; Are has, it is said, accumulated a handsome woods conservatism of the Legisla proper time they will keep (from ten )
Roosts Necessary' Droppings; Summer '
ture, Commissioner Jackson says that to fifteen days before they mellow
Grain; Parched Corn; Cottonseed Meal. 463 fortune in it; and this generousact
OCR RURAL. HOME-Need of Schools; Saved that he has deserved whatever the State Comptroller could have borrowed up. If allowed to hang too long on e
by Sunshine; To Prolong Life:; Snapper proves $100,000 for the Columbian the trees, they will keep but a few
Croquette: :; Lemon Cream Cake:; Whole success he has achieved. Suchan
Wheat Flour .. .. .. .. .. . .... 465 act well befits a man who has been Exposition in fifteen minutes. He days after picking. They will always

EDITORIAL rt of Fomologist; Hand could hardly have penned a more mellow up, even if only two thirds
some Act;Enforcing the Grade; Frequent: able to sell $3,000 worth of products
Cultivation of Corn: Florida's Divided: ( in substantial compliment to the soundif grown, and the flavor is better when
.. .. from one acre one year.
Duty Gathering the LeConte Pear 466A
DoI1arh.Dol1ar ...... .. ........ .. .... 468 I i ( somewhat mossy) financial legislation pulled early and ripened in crates or
Spray for Citrus Trees; Answer to Mr. of the men whom he so contemptuously in the house than if allowed to ripenon
Allen... .. .... ....... ......... ... 469 Enforcing the Grade.
-. .-.. The secretary of the Fruit and denounces. the trees. _

Weather In Jacksonville. Vegetable Exchange of Pensacola announces The two classes of men who are fJ'

.; .= that he has received instruct building up Florida, each in its ets

Tit. S.S. I = a c lit :o1h! 0DA :: tions to refuse for shipment fruit improperly own way, ought to find a way JVEar t
: tL .... ;: ... ..t-
of - - - - - -
getting along together somehow - - - - -- -
GO GO packed and not wrapped.He .
- -
July 4..79 82 94 73 21 84 0.00 says in a circular "all fruit must without clashing and mutual JACKSONVILLE, FLA., July 13. ...""'
my 5.... .... Si 80 93 73 JO 83 0.03 abuse. This could easily be doneif
uly 6.... ....... 81 18 91 75 16 8J 0 21uly be wrapped and nicely packed or it FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.These .
.... .... So 80 9 73 20 8.1 o.oJ will be refused." all parties concerned possessed that are average quotations. Extra choice
uly 7...... .. 80 78 73 IJ 84 0.07 industry and attention to business lots fetch prices above top quotations, while poor
u11 9...... ..80 83 94 70 24 82 1.02 This utterance of the secretary tots sell lower.
lily 10......... 81 8J 94 73 21 184 0.00 simply goes to show the extreme in. shown by the man who has been the Lemons It ,Messina Fla., ... 1.50 to 2.00

Man .... 80. So.4 9.1.6 72.9: 20.7Ij.3 3.36K experience of the members of the Ex. innocent occasion of this Chicago Pineapples: ,crate, very scarce 2.00103.00 4.50 'j

R.. .DE1AIN. Observer change in fruit growing and shipping.The contretemps. From a recent personal Pears Bananas, bbl.,bunch........................none in market 2.00
South has always been noted for letter, not intended for publication, Potatoes 3.00
Report of the Pomologist. in -barrel tots ..... 2.75
its resolute assertion of personal liberty we can extract the following sentences Onions Egyptian, loo-lb sack..... 3,23,
The report of U. S. Pomologist, H. and if a free American citizen is without doing wrong: Fla.,3-peck crate........ .... 1.25
VanDeman (for is received.It Sweet potatoes,bbl. 2.00
"When I to that never a .
not to have the right to knock off his say you It new i.ootoi.25
is a pamphlet of about thirty pages, day over head without Florida cabbage, bbL,wanted.. 1,25
passes my
with barrel them
pears a fishing pole, Beets new per ...... 1.00 to 1.50
embellished with about fifteen
cuts, up without washing off the mud and leaving me an accumulation of business It bbl!.... J.OQ
of which ten are magnificent colored Turnips, Fla 2.00
ship them when and where he pleases, and that I never take a day Carrots,dozen bunches.......... .25
plates. We shall make extracts fromit there will be trouble in Pensacola, from business, you will readily perceive Parsnips., .. ... ..33.

from time to time; at present we sure.Ve wish the Exchange and all that it is utterly impossible for Celery Egg Plants,crate,small........,..... ,4oto
give the Pcmologist's somewhat .... .......
only me to give that attention to the mat Tomatoes. .50
its members well and
views most sincerely, Squashes, ....... 1.25101.50
the direct
optimistic on exporta succeed in all their ter which Mr. Hastings suggests. I *. 450
hope they may ..... .......
tion of Florida oranges: in the Peanuts best brand. .07%
can only join general regret,
efforts to improve the grading of the Plums, 1.3010 2.00
"Last year I stated that an attemptwas disappointment and vexation which I Kelsey, Jbu 101.00
fruits from West Florida but
made directto shipped ; ............ .10
being ship oranges if this rule is horizontally enforced fear all Floridians will share ; and, if Cucumbers, nato ....... .25
England from Florida. Until this ......... to
pocket the loss I have I Green Corn, dozen .10 .15
necessary, may
their existence will be short
..... .
corporate Peaches, carrier, Florida 1.50 to 2 00
year only a few small lots had been and not altogether full of glory. sustained through my desire to promote .. Georgia ...... 2.00
sent, but on November 17 the steamer the prosperity of the State in Apples, Georgia, earner, wanted.... 1.50
I Melons, per ..... 4.001010.00
Ethelwold sailed for Liverpool from which I feel such a deep interest." Cantaloupes, bbl Fernandina with boxes of Frequont Cultivation of Corn. .. Pepper, .2) to .40
9,566 or .
Sweet .. .
Niagara,carrier ... ... 1.00
anges. The ship encountered rough !)r. J. C. Neal, late of Florida, but Gathering the LeOonte Pear. .. 1.00

weather and the hatches had to be now Director of the Oklahoma Ex The LeConte should be Okra, peck .... .25
Lettuce, dozen .............. .20 to.25
. shut down part of the time, which periment Station, sends out on the soon as full grown, which time can Cowpeas, shelled: peck.. ........ .50
... .... ......
Green Beans .soto 1.00
caused some damage to the fruit, but first of each month a press bulletinfor be determined by the pear turning

the cargo sold at an average of $2 per the especial benefit of farmers-a from a deep to a pale green; or if .POULTRY AND EGGS.. .

box in London, and netted the grower good idea. From the last one we take in raising the pear up it parts readily Roosters.................... .as.30 to to.30.1$ .
Fernandini which is ; this item the the it is Broilers.... to .20
$1.05 at a good : from stem at joint, readyto
Turkeys, per pound................. 16 to 1634c
price considering that some of the "The experiment in frequency of pull. The stem should always be Ducks.33 to ..50Geese.
............ .
oranges were below the average sizes, cultivation of corn conducted: by the allowed to remain on the pear. The ,. ,13.50Kggs

including a good many russets; also Department of Agriculture of the Experiment fruit should always be picked by HAY, GRAIN, ETC.

that there was a very unusual glut of Station shows at this season hand or with a good picker, never White corn,small lots....... ............ 1.25 I
Mediterranean oranges then on the some interesting features. The greatest shaken off, and should be handled Mixed corn, .n........ .. ....... 1.20
market, and the further fact that over number of times any plant was cul very carefully, not allowed to get Mlxedoats, ... 1.73 tJ5

half the cargo was held more than a tivated was ten-every five days from bruised by striking against anythingor flay Wheat No.bran, Timothy small lots, .m.lIlou.................. 21.00 20.00

week after landing, which added to May 10 to June 30, the frequency of knocking each other. The or- whatMiddlinga per ton........... 21.00 '

the damage by rot. With improved cultivation ranged downward from chard should be gone over several Ground of 100 pounds feed,fresh.:....(corn.....and.....oats....).,.per....sack..... 1.50
ventilation on shipboard there is no the above to no cultivation. July i times and the largest ones picked out Feed meal,in sacks: of too pounds, per ton. 23.00
Rice flour,
reason why Florida oranges may not all the corn is of practically the same each time. Pure wheat per,per cwt.'P sack of too pounds..... 140

be sold in large quantities at a profitin height and color. The greatest difference Use a stepladder and a picker Prepared ISO-pound steam sacks.cooked: .: cow feed.,.per cwt, t.yo

England. is manifested in the abilityof about five feet long. The picker will Prepared steam cooked: horse feed: per cwt,

"The entire orange crop of the the different plants to withstandthe hold three or four pears. Lower the Pearl 150-pound grits, sacks.per barrel................................ 3.10 1.50

United States does not now exceed hard wind, plants receiving no picker, take out the pears, and put Pearl meal,per barrel... 3.10
Flour,best winter wheat patent .......... 4.83
5,000,000 boxes, but it is estimatedthat cultivation. having the largest percent. them in a bag holding about half a Flour, extra fancy family... ........ 4.23

within ten years it will reach age of fallen stalks. This could nat bushel, similar to those used by cot extra.(U.)barrels,either brand, 250 per barrel

40,000,000 boxes, judging from the urally be expected, ns the root whorls ton pickers, suspended over the Cotton seed meal,bright, per ton........... 26.00

present rate of planting. Allowingfor last developed which act as brace shoulder by straps. Empty the pears Dark.or Sea Island cotton seed meat,in per market

an increased per capita consump roots to the stalk, are from four to six from the bags carefully into baskets Pure ground bone fine per ten .. 31.00
Bone and potash, ton... .............. .. 3J.OO
tion of oranges by our own people, inches above the level of the soil and and carry them to the packinghouse.At German bin,per ton ............ a1.roLand

there would still remain a large pro. do not enter it as soon or as easily as the packinghouse there should Nitrate plaster Soda .tjfc.). ..per...pound; per ton...... &JDOMuriate 10.00

portion of the crop which could be when the soil is thrown to the stalksin be a shallow bin, or :II" shelf with a I potash 2)40 per pound; per ton.... 30.00

exported to foreign countries cultivation," strip nailed op the edge: u> |keep the Sulphate Sulphate potash potash,,90'2C per per cent.466 pound...;.per..-ton........33.00. 33x10 ,


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SEEDS, ETC. off or else they are shoved hack, shriveled

Peas, Clay.... .. .. .... .. .. .. ........ .... 1.10 and black, and the picked crop is
J.* WHppoorwill...... ... ..u... .. 1.10 taking their place. Hut they are not attractive Jacksonville, farnpa K{ejj neat Railway go.0
.. B'-ck.: *** .... .****.. .:.. ... .. ; .
lak Rye ..... .. .... ..... ........ 1.25 in their dull green skins, and I
.". Red Rippers..... ............... ...... 1.15 market goers do not take kindly to them
.. Coach... ... ...... .... ....... 3.75 after having enjoyed the rich Joseph II. Durkcc, Receiver.J.T.&K.W. .
Split... ... ..... ...._..... ......"...: } golden
Beans.... .. .... ............................. 2.7.5 2.40 pinl'S of Indian River and the brilliant THE
Ltm .....L colored I peaches of Florida and South
rcftrl Cat Tail millet: ,per pound........... aoc Georgia. There is a superfluity of the ; t+
German or GoWns millet per bushel....... :.00 dull, hard clingstones T EtOi t' 1 ''. Trunk *
Hungarian gragaper bushel............... 2.50 grown near by, fit [ ( .) Tropical Lina
Rural Branching Dheura per pound......... 250 only for cooking, and }ct satisfying the Sw'w S\\ *.*cctioft<*Deo .
While milo maize ...... :tOe demands of an iindLscnminating public. ,
ham earn '* ?" ...... aoc One can forgive their inedible quality r i ra ?( Extending: southward from Jacksonville, excel
Amber cane or sorghum ... .... aoc but their in equipment and service, reach all
Alfalfa or Lucerne ..... .... zee not dull color; yet they suffice '':
Johnson craM ........ ic to demoralize the market.In c tot prominent winter and summer
Gold seed rice(upland), per bu.hel.......... 2.00 fine contrast with these were some te
Genuine red rut troooatl ..... .... Cue PLEASURE RESORTS
White seed rice ., ......... 2.25 very large and elegant Thurbers, bringing I
Beggar weed seed, per pound ........ ..... .>y 4.00 a bushel readily. w I offcFlorida. Through.t rain service with Parlor
Kalamazoo celery has begun l to arrive, 4.,!? .pr .. ) I Pnllmnii, il llet( and SJccpins.car8 ,
ailOCfUtlRR.Butter and liritif. 40 to .10 cents n IOZML H -aa- U

gift edge.. .. ............ ....... .25 Well cured Florida onions\would\ ; meet cnrry you uinjugu
Cheete, full cream .. ...... ......... .14 with a fairly good Bale now, l>eingscarce, 1. kCU( A Groves
Chree H cream .. ....\.............. .12U 1 with t t Orange Fruit Farms
KmponUedaprieets; .................... .16 compared the abundance of last t,4,4 :'' k: ,
Kwporatedpeache............ ....... .14 year.In. ;
Kraporated apple............. .. ....... .n I the alwence of celery and cabbage>> 4 .1r..,. uaow : Vegetable Gardens,
Dried peaches .. . .....,................ .10 .
Dried apple.. ..........................,.... 08 good lettuce would sell well at :20.? to 25 C
Currant ... .... .... ......*............ .06 cent a dozen for salads. Pineapple Plantations,
Citron. ... .................... .16 Squash! sell in bulk at 'Gto 8 cents each. I, CAOAr
Prunes, Turkish.......... _........... .13 It takes fine Mines
Kalsiflft L. L. bex....... ........ .....ft 1.ooI a Georgia watermelonnow r, ; Phosphate mr
I'Iga pry....... ... ............. ....... .13 to command 10 cents bv the (quan = 'PUNT
tity. On the contrary,cantcfouiws have Cocoanut Fields
advanced a little. <*** ,

Market Notes. U AND ALONG THK

JACKSONVILLE"; July 13.-The pineap-. Pineapple Prioos.BOSTON. o e St. Johns River

I'tlO! : crop, t takes a sudden. only, Since our .-Florida i pines sold! at 5 to 47 [ L.& ,
t custom-house" rei>ort one vessel l, cents each; choice Havana, 8 to 15 cts. Indian River
the llritteh !schooner Mel rose, from Governor's I each. \1 .

Harl>or) has arrived July 6, witha NEW YOUR. -K. I* Goculhcll sold h Ila- "VPJrtvrn Lake Worth
cargo of 5,000 dozen nine* and a few vanas at :3 i to 5 cents P. lluhl- ,
,, crate of mangoes, This last cargo.. is man & Co. report: 7.585! per barrels pine. received AS araelrer Forming A New Route to

said to have realized 1 here less than a from h Havana the past week. The demand BISCAYNE BAY.
cent npit) >ce. Prolmbly alxmt 2.000
package ) for good sugars has l>een fair;
have {tagged l through the city since good sound stock bold at Gc. to 12c. as to
our lat report. Of these the Fruit I Exchange : size. This! is remarkable.considering HO Direct Line to TAMPA, PUNTA QORDA and Gulf Harbors.

handled 595 barrel crates and 101 1 much truck in our market. YOU Time,
half crates, a total of 756( (packn (>M. A CJSCISSATI.-FruitAuctiou TROUBLE J purchasing tickets via Jacksonville, Tamja A
good; of tho Company. WI LL { By h'Y't..' t H'y. Send. for largo of
many nhipmenUi' toward the July ::1, J to Tc.; July 5, Jc. to lOc. ; July AND mail map Florida,
last by with
were o"l'r.rlpe| but tlH.'l'I'O most 7, :Jto.' to 1 11&c.CIIICA(10.2.00& SAVE ( TRANSFERSR. information of interest.
ly di) l of to
I jtOHe< advantage in Savannah to 0.00
l"'harl on. Atlanta and other near-by OMAHA. Florida crate. B. CABLE, W. B. COFFIN O. D. ACKERLY,
pines,5.00 to C.OO
cities.It per GcncraiManatfcr.; (
crate. 8uj,>crlntcudcnt. General Passenger Kont.

heema 3M if thin city oin ht to handleat -
(least that i part of the \\',,st India -
crop Oranges and :
of mne* which in destined for the West Lemons. Ity and to size, with some fancy Egyp- to 2.00, and from store 2.25; home- wn
and South. Hut neither this city nor BOSTON" .Floridas HUll wiling\ at 2.50()to tian Queens offering, at 18 to 20 cent cabliage, on arrival, 75 to tIDe barrel;

any other has any right to forward; this :1.50:; : Medina( and Palermo, 8.00 to 4.00; CANTALOC..YJi.-Onu full car Florida onions, on arrival, :3.00 to 3.2.per i per barrel -

fruit as "choice Iioridas." The Itnhamnpinen Florida lemon 1.75 to 2.75. cantaloupes came in on Wednesday and p from store; new Southern potatoes,

of the Ke good an the Florida of the same variety 2.25 to 2.50; lair to good, 1.00 to 2.001} for sound fruit. Jobbers are Belling at 1.00 per half box for sound.California .
when handled as well. If they were Mediterranean sweets ::1.00 to :3.25.) July 2.50) to 3.00 per crate, and I 3.00 to 3.50{ per .
5 431: lxxes of h.. I.
California rre
brought to this N'l'lIinW'ht'at-:
)port by a hteamer mak- Fruits.E. .
ing It quick voyage, mostly: in only one ed. CMC; to 1.85: :Mediterranean( sweets, ,, ATnIELOris.-TIJ"'C: ) cars came in
night, and promptly transferred into 75e to 2.05. I on Saturday and nine more on Monday( L. Goodwill says: This week's sales

ventilated 1 earn, they could I.l*. fihi..l.d.. CINCINNATI.-Primeto t choice Florida mt tho gala day of tho week wasWednesday of California fruit have hardly been sat
strictly on their merits as lUihama stock.| sell} at 4.00 to 5.00 per fox and common when a throw of 64.910& {) i iKrnctorf' in view of tho fact that apri

if under one central management: and to good at 2.7 to :51.50; and California melons was noted I,tho Savannah steamer peaches, the principal varietieson

doubtless make more money for their Navels! at 3.00 to 4.00. July 3, Floridas contributing a large i portion of this total. tho market, have sold at unpreco-

owners than they do at present, and still sold at auction at 1.15 to 1.05';; California, Wo would quote extras at 18 to 2Oc; mediums dented low prices and at figures that will

not IK) an object of jealousy to the Florida damaged, 10 to 85c. July 5, California at 14 to IGc, and small 10 to 12c. not jwiy thc shippers. A total of 30 cars
grower. oranges t.... to 2.35.: July 7, Floridas, have liven sold this week, with an average -

This concentration! ought to IK brought 1.G5; C'.alifoniias,1.GO to 1.05.):;, Now York Retail Markets. gross result of fully $000 per caress

about l before another season. NEW YORK, July 10.-Melons, 16.00 to California in tho I than last.
20.00 per 100 for prime, and 5.00 to 12.00 early i pears are market The Earl Fruit Company says: California
and be for 50
sin I Fh''T8. can bought cents a
to good. Muskmclons show pour fruit as a rule is coming in fair
By UK Civile steamers there were carrel quality) anti range from 1.20 to 3.foCr dozen at retail. Florida pineapples can I condition hut most of it is too ripe to
In had for 20 cents each. Lunesaro worth
away the J past week 35 cars of melons barrel. Peaches are in fair supply with be reshipJK.-d. Peaches are being scri-

300 crate* of pine*, 2,000 crate of prices as to finality from 1.25 to 3.00 per each 1.00 a hundred Black Tartarian and cocoanuts California 10 cher-cents I oust interfcrrcd 1 with by Georgia stock,

vegetable, 1,000.000 feet of liitnlwr. carrier, and 5c to 1.25iper crate. Pearsare tho latter coming in splendid conditionand
000,000 shinglw (KK) barrels rieg arc worth 40 cents a pound. Delaware
of naval I steady, Georgia LeConte ranging at quality and selling low.
stores, 5KK()() iniM-ellaneous! (Kickagt\s. l It y 75c to I..", |)T crate, and 4.00 to 5.00 J per retail and at 22 Niagara grain from Staten the Island South In reference to tho.competition) of

the Ocww StiHitnship lane: Gate City (to barrel. Plums sell 610wlat 50 to 75c centsapound. Georgia (peaches" Sgobel it Dar report:
and New cherries IH hud for
nOI'' ton, July fl, 107 {packages of fruit and per basket: ancllJO) to 3.56 per carrier. Jersey can It must he remembered that Alexander
427 of vegetables) ; lt.. Miig (ro Philadelphia Some Niagara grapes bring 1.00 to 2.00 20 cents a i pound. California apricotssell {peaches are not as attractive. appear-
for 20 dozen. The
cents finest
). July 0, 100 p package of fruit and |per case but most stock arriving poor. a icce as those which will be received
410 of vegetables; Kana City, July 7, Onions meet i poor sales, Egyptian bring dozen.Georgia peaches retail for 75 cents later, and a full share of the present receipts -

2,370 .lockage* of fruit and 2.7UoC:.? vegetables ing 2.50 per bag of 110 pounds! ; Southern from California are quite green

; TallahasM, July U, 790 packagesof bring 3.00 per barrel, and 1.25:.?:) to 1.50 per and of smallish size. The daily increasing -
fruit and :5,300; of vegetables; City of kosket. Tomatoes CHICAGO, July, 100.00 to receipts of peaches from
are steady at 75c to Georgia, *
10.00:; 1.50 to 2.00
Augut4 taJuly 11, packages: fruit 2,50 per carrier, according to stock, Maryland dozen IHT car; nutmegs, notwithstanding their poor carrying and
and -- of vegetables.TEOF.TAI4LE per ; peaches free, l-bushel, 75
bringing ton prices; crates keeping qualities, have had their effect
to8.O C; cling, 25 to 50c: plant,
from 50c egg; tho for tho ,
to 1.00. Potatoes are fairly active on prices California fruit. As
1.00 to 1.50 crate 50
AND FllUIT I'RICHS. ,Southern Hose ranging from 2.75 to to 75c bushel ; ( to apricots most of them have been '
sweet Mississippi
Pine have suddenly dnpped} l out ol f 3.00; Chili red, :'?.fJ2U to 2.75: ; seconds! GO to 75c bushel;! ; nopotatoes corn Peer- rather small and many. quite ripe. %

market: t._ being_ very scarce and wanted 1.00 to 2.00. .less, 2.00 to 2.35: barrel l; tomatoes, 65c to --' -
though high price win not ix |lid fur -- 70c 4-basket crate.CINCINNATI "General Leo'is is the name of a new

them oil account of the abundant supply( Boston Markets. July Canteloupes t variety of peach which is arriving freely -

of other fruits, chiefly melons and nativeteaches. lISF..Al'l'l.Tho market is well supplied choice, 3.50 crate; !aches, free. 2.OG to from few Georgia this season, although only

{ So great is the abundance of with pines but as the fruit is general 2.50 bushel crate; cling, 1.50 to 1.75; mel a is were received last year. Tho
melons that even tine Georgia freestone Iv in good order there is no pressure ons, 13.00: to 20.00 per 100; notatoes, Early and peach of good size, but very l poor color
p jteacht**, in :!4- condition, received 1 Tuesday, no higher views us to values or go without the 1.50 to 2.00 bushel. peaches are slow sale. The fruit has

offer than 50 cent a carrier.: The windfalls fruit. Sound Indian River Florid LOUISVILLE, July 10.-Potatoes new such little keeping properties that dealers jj.,
aro to handle them {in
of tkt j>ear crop arc about worked from 7 to 12 each barrel quantity
range cents as to quid home-grown, on arrival per 1.75 and only take a few for' actual wants,

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WEATHER AND CROPS. A Dollar Is a Dollar. |
I I .
Editor Fanner and Fruit Grower: 'DYSDODSia is 1hoballO
For Week Ending July 10, 1803. In the Cincinnati Post of Wednesday, E ,

The crop outlook continues generally j'!June 27, Washington telegram> which I
favorable. Some bcctions cotton 'states Oftlk present generation. Itl.forlU
report i that
Secretary Carlisle received u
ear. and if* attendant. Nick*
slightly improved, while reports| from ;> i teleurum from London announcing the ach, c.on.UpDtJolllLDc11-Uea.; that
other localities" show little or no 1m- 'd ecline in silver to 35 pence.and that "at

provement. About the game am be said i this price the silver dollar is worth W34
of corn. TIle badly distributed rainfall will perhaps account for the different i
effects on thee crops. Orange groves ;, I by the Post in emphasizing the untruth, s

are looking very well and the young i in the head lines,stated in this way: "Our
fruit is larger than usual at this time of '!silver dollar now worth but 50 cent in
hats become fomons. Th. act
year and promises a good. of line, London., 80 y
crop p..dlljr anti frcntljr on the dl eat1virgaa. *
bright smooth fruit.: Pear shipments The Knoxville Tribune of today follows Rivlnc: them ton* and YIa-oriO

continue. Melons, figs, peaches, the Wall .lmU.I..foud. N'oirrlnlnaomnDafiav.Sold .
grapes, street iiress bars, by placing the
etc., are plentiful in the markets. following heading over the same telegram I ]Everywhere Shortest Uuickest,
very warm : .
all tho week. OMII& 140 to 111 TTashinctoa St. 9. T.I
Frequent thunder-stornl\ s "
occurred, with showers varying. from silver dollar ", cents. all tho
is worth. Most
The light amount to very heavy of rainfall in different localities* The World of New York in its editorial Nerve Blood Attractive
was generallyamply
column, in its issue of June 28, says:
sufficient for tho needs of crojw;>> "The .silver dollar Tonic Builder
was at yesterday'sprice
and an improvement in their condition ROUTE
is noted in most sections. A few corn for fine silver" worth a little more
than T
>8 cents
iwmlents do not ,speak so favorably of I1ETWKEN: -
The World d<>ecify what "sil)
dition com of crop cotton as is heretofore not entirely, and satisfactory the con ver dollar" it is talking about, but in Florida Points and the North.

connection with the article in which the
but the
plants are fruiting fairly well. TilE
sentence is used it
refer other
The unsatisfactory condition can to no

crop is attributed by some as of due the cot to the ton than the legal tender silver dollar of tic! 1 for Florida
United States and the ; Central and
effects tho storm of June IJHh) ; others a.s t dewrlptlvo30r.
made is. in ,
is affected with while keeping with tho World and 1 pamphlr
blight, still
others its stock lobbing methods of .
state that the treating a
trouble is due to serious subject._ Dr. WILLIAMS
lice and rust. The condition Peninsular
of tho
crop In view of the fact that '"our silver MEDICINE CO.,
as a whole, however is Iso,.
thought toutter be PIT
than that of last season at this dollar" i is worth its face value in gold- ) for S".l. .30. Schenectady, N.vII I, V.rA
time. The movement of the ((100 cents in gold)-anywhere in the and BrockYlllc:, Ont
i hear crop biKE CITY MNGDNflND
united l States in for
continued<< during the week. and 1 javmeiit ,
corn, cotton and provisions, any thinking 113.r.ry,
shipments are reported from the flal uJ l'.iftu4Cbi
western counties. Tho later man knows that "our silver dollar" in i w, w P1( Jffwr, UMibw; Mlauto. KTl/MMTI
July London is worth very near its face value -, 4 4') IIus &&O ( 1 bt* $bto t4 ,
crop of I peaches is ripening, and a good : , Bristol and other .q5pd ___ The u rt.
[is southern city bankers 4 -i>i !! MI> r ui f -TO-
crop. reported. Highest temperature{ ft. It. i*it I Til. <% i ruii,Ulr.l Nr-n-r < u. IVtm
would t
80; lowest, 71; mean, 82: average rain .. .. .u to _buy_ a few million of *
-- -- -- Nashville St. Louis and
fall, 1.02! inches. "our silver dollars at W cents apiece, ChicagoWith

Northern District Earl morning delivered in Ln+lnn. BENTON & UPSONtJACl but one clmniro of sleepers connect

clear, afternoons sultry with frequent The Post>> tho Tribune, the World are nl CITY.o at f iMo t uiita Florida for NKW Central: VOUK and nnll I'cnlnautar,KANHAS

thundershowcrs. generally light; heavy not coiibervative. < Fl1A. has nee, y 7U) mile of track running through
thunderstorm and rain at Jacksonville Uncle Sam's dollar is not a fiat lie. It trip
on the night of the 8th .55 of is a substantial verity and truth worth "tfco ]trmnn,
an inch of a IRRIGATING >/,, rain fell) in five minutes; evenings usually 100 cents in gold. "Trier rr It,' 't'r.rlH"rrtJ I....".1.,
cloudy and threatening with much sheet I The mistake in yesterday's Evening (>r.",f/r, Itanium unit l'lnrffr' C"'I1/,

lightning; cool nights, after midnight. News editorial that silver is now worth t'lumjtftalf Ilrlt.I .
/ No rain fell during the week in the ex 58 cents an ounce was typographical, no MACHINERY Othrr l-'tnt ftfftifrjft
treme northeastern I part of the district. (loll It. I Thr Irrttl Hnnltntf Country.
Weather generally favorable for As silver is now worth 77 to 78 centsan Itritrhn the.lofn/.l+'HU froumj.Has .

Corn, rice, potatoes and hay crops. ounce, the News meant to no the hl" lands for tillage greatest,,,,rI-!
promise coy of Mills in tho State and above, all
good l yields. Condition of cotton on low doubt, that our dollar is only worth 68 Steam and Horse Power.
lands not cents. Runs over the Central Rldgotand
very satisfactory. Orange trees
Where It Is High and Healthy
look well and the I submit these
points thrthpcon..i.It'rn-
( are favorable
prospects Prosperous. towns nil Its route and It offers
for a good crop. Melons still plentiful. tion of what Mr. Dana calls the "cdncatiunal" Pipe, Pipe Fitting, Brass the t trot freight facilities for anYIfUluco to

Highest: temperature>> 90; lowest, 70; ]_rt-HH. Respectfully| the Northern market &;nd for the popular

mean, 83; average rainfall, 1.05. \\'. A. It. KOHKHTSOX, Valve, Hose, Etc. sonir"MY-
Central District ino rains occurred Of Bristol, Tenn., and I Inverness, Flu. I FLORIDA HOME."

generally! in the central counties of the -- -.- ---- WRITE FOR ESTIMATES, with Its spirited words and beautiful music'
cHstr ct, mil me rainfall wan descriptive! of nn actual Florida Home, and
unusually Fruit which !
Preserver. agottenupinelegantstylo-alxagea
light for the season near the Atlantic AUIIKAST WITH TIII: TIMIS.: of full sized U'st music paper containing alto
coast. Crops in general are doing well. Col.; 31.( II. Weaver patented a process hull coons of /itutrucUon and modern tncthnU u picturo. of u home In Florida and a bunting
The rains have been especially l beneficial for keeping fruit :tutu) vegetables for of handling amr; able and' experienced teach scene It Is mailed 1 on receipt of 10 cents(in

to cane and rice. Tho corn crop about an indefinite {period. Wo have tested itpersonally. era; careful men)moral of correct training, and pupil (hoys and stumps end,also to pay for oxpcnso tho best of map dl. of rUmUon Florida.) (sent

matured and fodder! pulling has commenced : We have just eaten oranges characteristic young of principle and habits! are free) and note the towns, on ltd route.

1 in some counties but tho rains by bin process which were clip A.O. MACDONELLO P A>,
from THE
have interfered somewhat with this the trees the second" day of last: FISHBURNE SCHOOL, Jacksonville, Fla.

work. Stock rewrted| in good condition. November (eight months) which w"re as 11*..,-.hnrn, .Ir.lnaa

A violent wind storm occurred at Cler- plump heavy and firm as though just Klectric light Write and other f tor, malt: modern l gue advantage The Florida Central &

mont Lake county, on the afternoon of clipiHil.)>> The flavor was (rCloct-rwt .---
the Oth, blowing down several house" changed in the least! He has also tested Peninsular R. R. Co.

One child was killed 1 and 8c"ernll persons it nn other fruit and vegetables with

I bully injured. Much thunder and fifteen, success. It cowl but a trifle, about ,JKSPRAYMaOE Offers to ShippersThe

lightning occurred during the week. cents to each crate of oranges Shortest( and Quickest Route
Damage to animals. and property by and will keep them for years. This will

lightning unusually great. Higheht prove a great boon to fruit growers an I OY BETWEEN:

temperature 90; lowest 71 ; mean 82: ; with it a man can keep hU fruit to !suit THE DEWING CO, SALEM, 0, FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN

avernge rainfall f S inches. the market. There's millions in it.-Dade HENION AHUBDELL. THE EAST AND WEST.

Southern District. Temperature City World. Wrllt for i Cataloffae Wuttr.and TJUCATUJB Agtatt.: OM CHICAGO J>M.A. 1"Uiu.Itt. With'"l'dentllated Cars, this com

nt'Brlnormal.. Recent heavy rains -._JM.........._W- ---M>- -------- puny. is letter equipped than over ever to
have greatly l benefited>> crops and were handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops.,and
favorable for planting orange and lemon For Sunatoko r Insure close connections and prompt despatch
to all Kusteru and Western Market
trees and )rearing ground for putting trite lIor"rord'rI.1 ..
out pines. Pineapple crop shout all riio |iliut.*. L: : : : : :1: : : : : : : : : Through oars to destination with.

shipjHxl. Planting out potato vines con Dr. A. L. ZUKKKK, Melrose Minn.sways out change or delay.

tinues; cow peas doing well; mangoes : "It produced a gratifying anti Perishable freight followed by wire and

about gone, small crop!>> this", year. High- remarkable regenerating effect in a cafe -, ... -. ..... ..-.- .. ... .-- shippers advkrd time pmwlnjr various Junction
eat 93 lowest of tmn'troke." I;,--J. v.'U. ."}: .;c4 J I:. iNilnts and arrival at destination.
temperature| ; 69; mean, All claims for overcharge and loss prompt
81; average rainfall,'2."U I inches. ---------e.. -_ An Elastic .Ijr adjusted.

E. It. DEMAIX The Paine Fertilizer Co/*office a t Jack- See that your goods are marked
Director. fonvillft at the via F. C. &; P. R. R.
-.. tugatttfon of Arw (lurrency
+- ,
York office[ awl their New York agent, For information call on or address the uadersirned -

nInny Persons are broken trill inaugurate a system of cut rut, on financial Is thought trouble hv. some. Our to unparalleled tth remedy.ucce"for with all C. t:. TA s VLOIU Tn,,". A'lft. Ocala Fla. .
down from overwork or household cares. all u rieultunilcheuticala after December Kla.t'c Fcncirg' 1 is no doubt largely. rer-ponMblt">) W. H. TUCK lit den.A','t, Orlando. Fla.
Urown's Iron Bitters rebuildthystem l&th This trill lie purely carjterimettt. for this feeling. We control Nature's bull. and O. )f. lfOUKNtTrnv. AVt, Uvsbuw. Fla.
aids digestion* remora excess, or hUe, You had letter takeadmntayeof it while bear. Why net tbo*e ef !'treet? W. it. FULLF.H.Trav. AVt. Tampa. P1*.

fD4 cures maUrlA- U\S Ibo genuine. it lasts. See a
W, II. PLEA8ANT8,General fretb&A"' t,

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The Hammock Plow. Answer to Mr. Allen. "CENT-A-WORD" COLUMN.To .
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower

In reply to your inquiry throughour insure insertion in this column, advertise
paper of orange diseases; would menu must be accompanied by the money. .
Advertisements must not exceed fifty words
\ say that it would take a very long article Postage Stamps received in payment.

to give you clearly even a gen. Count every word,including name and address

eral idea of the diseases mentionand
you 3 CHOICE TREKS: at a sacrifice. They
barely an idea of the treatment jUUVS are on rented land among grove trees
that might be needed in your grove. Iooo Mediterranean Sweets,many bearing,for joe
1 So varied are the causes and treat. 1,300 Parson Drowns, an early orange for ....JSC
500 Horaosasjuis, the best "Florida," (or..JSC
ment of these diseases in different localities y) )lalt Bloods for... .... .......... ...JSC
and at different the JOG Hart's Tardiflfe for................ .......2SC
stages in All but the Tardiflsaretwo-yesr.first-cUss buds,
"'- .. different trees that I say it would be and ordinarily worth Soc tree. An urder ag
., -, i ,. gregating tree allowance. C. .
., or more sc per
,, .t l .... [,.... difficult to give you with any cer A. Boons Agent. Orlando. Fla. 7* 5'4tATTESTUtX
.t." ..
tainty the cause in of --- -
your grove anyor
... :'i.1 -n'- -: L.UHKStAnyone
/rI..JO..... -- I: all of these diseases, without a
"" who has fruit al her command can
thorough knowledge of the history of ascertain how to make at her home, by
Manufactured cxpresHly for use in Florida. No plow hay ever been made: that money
will Htirpa&H this in turning tho heavy" clammy: lauds: of the hammocks: or flat- the grove, location and soil and us addressing A. M. D., Dos 115, Petersham Mass.

wood of Florida South Georgia and) South Alabama.: It has ample throat, high management for at least five years SMALL SF.1U rOTATOKS for August planting

land hide and there it no danger of its choking in foul lands. The best grade of back, or to give you remedies and .leII.75 per bbl. W.S. FUNK Lawtey
Iron center steel employed anti all wearing parts arc thoroughly hardened. how and where to apply them accord Fla. 1-t3-3t .

Weighs 50( pounds, steel beam, cut (0}inches with one extra point. 'rice{ $10.50.:; ing to the different of the dis A CIIANCH TO MAKH MONHY-For sixty
Given with the jvapcr one year for $8.30; or as a premium now subscribers stages days we will otter Black Langshan and Brown
.. -- --- .--- -- -.--. --- ---- -- - eases. This could only be determinedas P. Rocks 'H to '< grown at$4 per trio. Send in
orders and first chuke. K. W.
your early get
above by a man of large experienceafter AMSDKN,Ormond Fla. 7*>5-4t,
a examination of the
thorough WOULD LIKE place to work In an orange
grove in question.In to learn the business. Would accept
A Week in Chicago, of seventeen small pay at first in hope of securing Derma*
my experience over nent position. Not afraid to woik. Refers to

With views and plain of tho YVorld's "' years in Florida and in orange cultureI editor. Address-- "K," this office. It .

\ Columbian Expo ;j find general directions to be some JKWKL PIACIL; weeks earlier

tion. A handmmo and profusely ,, what like Florida roads. To illus than the Peento; blooms month later;Urge
illustrated r size; fine quality; beautiful color; good keeper;
descriptivebook 1 trate, you inquire the road to nand freestone: the best market peach in the State.
of the Gaiden: City* Trees and buds for sale. T. K. GODBKV, Waldo
told the main traveled
d are keep
its beautiful parks and the K 7-S-jt
World's Columbian psti- I''' road straight ahead, and in doing so I -------.- -- .
YAM vine cuttings, 12 inches long,
tiers, containing historical; .l.: ,, --- ,4, have often found two and three forksin I PERUVIAN, .; 1,000, 1.50;',000. $10.00. JULIUS
matter of Chita the the road all being about equally SciiNADBLBACif: Grand Bay, Ala. ;--6t

time the Miami Indian tribes plain and none of them straight with FANCY IoULTRYI'owl.and Chick cheap.
occupied the site (sometime Pump, all brass, Ij.oo.
about 1030): ) to the present j 1 anything on earth, above or below it.My ?-t-st ALBERT PRIM St. Nicholas.If .

date with views and [ advice to you is to get the best
showing] Chicago AI it was man you can-an experienced orange old Orange and Lemon Buds, at Ira per too.
They MUST go out of grove. J. L. DKKIEUX,
and is.
orchardist the in the
on ground, grove Lakeland,Fla. 7-t..4t
This book makes an appropriate and up into the trees, if need be, and CFAPK FRUIT SKKD
Hiiivenir in addition ftflO
/inn to

give him time to thoroughly investi nog. or Budded Trees
to a guide hound in wanted, iV< to Inch stock f. o. b., nearest railroad -
handsome illuminated cover. gate; and give him all the facts and in. station PEED WAITR, Belleview; Fla.Lawtey .

Size of book 8x11 inchea ,a c formation that can be had, then follow 6 24.6t

Price $1.00 ; given with the iDSt his directions explicitly as you LOUISIANA GRA S-JkUpalur"( vlatl/taule).

palter for f.7ft. fit would in a case of yellow fever, and Cuttings at SI.2S a barrel pa.ture f.o. b.grail W.II.for rowaae Illorida.,

within a year your grove will show a Fla. 6-ij-tot

os t favorable change and within three ANIMAL MEAL makes Write to K.
4 Ormoiid P1aor/ information.
will have recovered
years mostly -
-- --
-- probably all excepting those trees DRUGS Medicines Toilet Articles, etc., deliv
Spray for CItrus Troos. While hot strain double your door at retail prices. Rend your
As I have just a yielding a tomato can full of sawyers. orders for sulphur Whale Oil Soap and Carbolic
through sprayingthe
got cheese cloth into pump barrel; then I could not set any time for such par- Acid. A. P.1 alas. Jacksonville, Fla. 6-iq-6t

Raleigh lemon grove, I will take strain in water (free from lime), to near ticular cases. But if I was the doctor, advantages for small investments
time to give you the promised method second hoop at top, forty gallons in at the average cost of sawyers in Flor Estate Journal" Arcadia, PIa.
of making the wash. f t.oo per year: sample with state map, so ccn4IJ.U
all, a little more or less. ida, the trees would probably all come
After trying different ways, as to Mix in a little common sense and down. R. CAMPBELL.
cost and material at hand, I find the J. TANCY PIG KONS Bought,sold and nchaDCed.Writc .
use oil, turpentine and soap accordingto Paisley FU. for what you want. Stamp for reply.
following to suit me best: i LLOYD GBAKT. Lady Lake. Fla. tTflLGIIMAN'S ,
the condition of( the tree time of \>
I break three balls of potash, rosin One leading orange grower of CONDITION POWDFR can be

and all, into a ten.gallon wash boiler, year, location, frequency of washing, Duarte, California, finds that his crop purchased at J. C. L'Kngle's Drug Store
etc., letting three or four weeks intervene Jacksonville, Fla. 3-t3-tit
for this has netted him nine
(fill up with clean wuter (free from season
between washings, and do the box. SALK-SaUuma Orange Duds from bear
cents a FOR
lime two.thirds full and boil
), over work thoroughly. Two good ... trees at $1.00 per too by mail,or f; per
skim and add eight pounds of cake spray by express. G L. TABBR, Glen St. Mary.
ings are equal to one spread of fertilizer Fla. S.13-8t
tallow and skim occasionally. If not Or you Are all worn out, really good foIng '\ UI.
to make trees grow and give bright it is general debility. Try FOR tALH r cash,tlmeorttade,orange groves,
skimmed and the lid is put on it will HKOWH inoa jtiTTKi and timber lands. K. RUMLBY, Keuka
boil over. Boil four to six hours-stir fruit.I It will cure you, cleanse your liver, and;iT -FU. 3-IM6t
use about twenty barrels of wall! a good appetite. CONCII PEAS do fine planted during July* 15:
occasionally. All skimmings can be ,- -- plnt..1O; (:quart by mail;f i peck freight or ex f
800 --
to 2 trees. Srme small and .,
stirred in when the soap is finished are press. \;. P WALDKOK,Welaka. FU. 6-24-Jt

and off the some are large, bearing trees.-T. T. WORTH* A GUINEA A BOS. ENVILLK CITY and Golden Queen Suckers
stove, thereby avoidingwaste. -.-. -- ,
EYRE:, in Ft. Myers Press. -- ) for delivery Gao, I. RCMKLL
Orlando FU. 61071TO
Generally when it is cool enough, The l\iine>> ; Fertilizer CO.'II t f lee at Jacksonville .

I pour it into canned milk boxes to at the Mt/i/j/eo/i'ou! of their AVir WORLD'S FftIR{ VISITORS

cool, making it easy to handle. York office foul their AVtr'fork aycnt, In tho day Umo

The boxes hold about sixty pounds. trill iuangHntte! a strut of cut rate on after a good MOTEL FRENCH
Mark[ across the soap as you may wish, Thin ,trill IH purely an e rfwriment.YOH .gyp taero'0 ladigeec HARVEY. ILL.

making bars weighing ten or fifteen hull fatter take atlcttntatje, it whileit Uon and stomach

pounds when cut. laxtx. Sec ad. on tatxiye. MO*'disorder.BEECHAM'S. FURNISHED HOUSE CAN BB 8ICUKBD
I take such a bar and boil it in fourto

five gallons of clean water; take BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Situated on the Grand Trunk and Illinois! Central .
It. R. being convenient to stop without
from the fire and add one pint of turpentine Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion into the City, and more accessible to the FairGrounds pIng >

is better stir well then QII O tho waste than the City iUelf.
(more ), ; & Debility. I"I LaLa%9 matt r which It clog. This U a three-story brick building,cool and .
add three quarts of kerosene and stir Ing the system will can all Bilious airy rooms, with first.class table. .
and Nervous Blsorden, again. The turpentine cuts the soap quickly' retire 8ck! Headatfee. and we will reserve you a room meet you at the
and the oil combines with the turpen- FRU ITEVAPORATOR Covered with Taiteftts and Sal"..Coating. station and guarantee satisfaction. Parties of
four or six can have suite connecting if desired.CHARLES ,
tined soap, making a creamy emul- Thrlit.endarrd JlM'blne or all drngzlsts..Prlce 2S cents a box. sts.s l ami tiriett._.Iltiitrt.u4 C&t&l... r... New York Depot 865 Canal fit. G./FRENCH III
sIan. THE ULV M V:&U liiOX: W U Ufa tVls CtartsMtl.O. 1$4, Harvey, :



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The South is dependent solely upon its Farming and .
Manufacturing interests for prosperity. Now, don't you,
a Southern planter, consider .it your duty to patronize
Southern Manufacturers, everything being equal ?

The manufacturers of ATLANTA PLOWS guarantee '

to MAKE everything equal. .. '.,..
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SAVANNAH LINE.Time Clyde. Steamship Co,

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53 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and NEW YORK, CHAR S10N IND FbDlIlQI !LINES.

between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours.


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Between Jacksonville and New York: 1'irst-clam, 125,60 ; Intermediate, '19.00; Kxcursion, 843.50;
bteerage ,u.5O.

Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin 127.00; Intermediate, f 21.00; Excursion {47.30; Steerage, fu. S
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to nail as follows:

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -

[Central or 90Meridian Time.) to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S. C.,

City of Augusta..... .................. ... ..............,..........Sunday ad!, oth ways :
City of lllrmlngham.............................. ...............Tuesday July 4th 7.ooa.m (STANDARD TIMR.)
Kansas City.. ......................... ............ .................Friday.. July 7th. 12.00 n'u From New York. From Jacksonville,
Tallatiasnr.......... ............................ .......... ...........Sunday July 9th (Pier ao. K. R.) STEAMER Florida.
City of Augusta.... ............................................. ... .Tuesday, July nth, i.oop.m Tuesd'y, June27th, at 3 pm........"SKMINOLK". .....Sunday, July 2d, at 63001:
City of lilrmlnRliam................. .......... ....................Friday, July uth 6.ooa.o.40op.m Friday une3oth. at 3 pm........"CIIKKOKKK".......Thursday, 6th, at 10:00: a m
Kansas City.................................. ................... ....Sunday, (uly ibth, Tuesoay, July 4th at 3 pm..... .... "IROQUOIS""..... ....Sunday. July 9that
Tallahassee.... ................. ....................................Tuesday July ifcth, 7.ooa.m Friday. July 7th at 3 pro....... "SKMINOLK" .... ....Thursday, 4x0am i.copm:
City or Augusta .... ..................?................ .. ... Friday, 211t.I2.oo 7.oop.m n'n Tuesday, July nth, at 3 p m........."CIIKROKKK" .... Sunday, July i6th, at 7:00: a m
City of lUrinlngham................................... .............Sunday, July July 2Jd.12.3OP.m Friday. July 3 pm... .... "IROQUOIS" .... ...Thursday, 2oth,at 10:00: a m
Kansas City..........................................................Tuesday, 25th Tuesday, 18th. at 3 p m......."ALGONQUIN,"... ..Sunday, July tad at : m
Tallaha..fe ... .. .. ............... ..... ........ ... ............ ......Friday July aJSth, 3.30 p.m a.ra Friday. JUly test, at 3 pm..... ."SKMINOLK" .... ... Thursday, ijth,at iajo:; p
City of Augusta. .....s................. ..... ..... ..................Sunday, July 301 h, 5.00 6.ooa.m Tuesday July jth at 3 P m. "pIIKROKKK1* "'H..Sunday.. july 3oth, at 230 330:: pm am
Friday July asih, at 3_p.m.-... .-. ALGONQUIN"_. .... Thursday, Aug 3d. at 8JO.: m

( City................................,............. 6th, ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.For .
City of 'tarots.......... ......... .... ... ... ..... ...... Thursday, July ijth. to.3oa.m
(late City...... .......H........... .. ..... .....Thursday, aoth, 5.3Op.m Sanford
City of 1'1 aro.............. ......... ......... .... .. ......... Thursday, July July 27th, 1030 4.30 p.m a.ra Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
the St. Johns River.Steamers .
are appointed to sail as follows:
( Ship does NOT Carry Passengers.) "

Drssoug ............................... ......... ..................Tuesday, July 6th, l ''''er&lucle,9'. :
1).oul................................................. ............ Sunday, t6th lo.3oa.m Capt. W. A. SHAW.
I) ssoug........................................... ..................Wednesday, July July a6th, 4.00 7.0oa.p.m m From Jacksonville-Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5.00 p.m.; returning leave Sanford Thursdays
and Mondays at 5.00 a.m.
'Velo.1co.: ,

Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Wes ern Railway (Waycross Short Line' ), offer to the From Jacksonville-Mondnysand Thursdays Capt. LEO at 5.00 VOOEL.p.m., returning leave Sanford Wednesdays
Traveling Public and Shippers
advantages equalled by no other line. and Saturdays at 5.00 a.m.
Through Ticket and IliUs of' Lading issued to principal points North, Kant and Northwest vis General
Passenger and Ticket Office 88 West
Savannah. For information and room apply to Bay St., Jacksonville
B. R. 1'KICK Sol. Agent W. H. LUCAS. Fla. Pass. Agent At. II. C'LYIH:, Assistant Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York.
71 West Bay Street Jacksonville. West B..y Street.Jacksonville Til EO.: T. KG Kit, Traffic Manager Bowling Green. New York.
S. C.BRADFORD Soliciting Agent 71 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla. .\..1. C'OLK, Passenger Agent. 5 Bowling Green New York.
k. L. WALKER,Agent. C. G. ANDERSON Agent F. M. IHONMOMiKIC. Jr./ Florida Passenger Agent 88 West Bay St..Jacksonville Pta
New Pier No.35. North River New York. City Exchange Building. Sannnah. r.. JOHN I.. HOU'AKD, Florida Freight Agent,foot lAura Street.)Jacksonville*.
RICHARDSON & BARNARD. Agents LewiV Wharf Boston. .1. ,1. l.KSI.I: K. Superintendent foot Laura Street. Jacksonville Fla.
W. L. JAMES, Agent it S. Third Street Philadelphia.
J. D. HASHAGKN, Eastern Agent Sav., Fla. & Western Ry. Co., 261. Broadway. N. Y. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Qen'l Agents,
A. DeW. SAMPSON General Agent, W. I;. ARNOLD. Gen. Trav. Pats Apt., Jacksonville, Flit I 14 South Iholll.ear..n.. I'hllMtlfflpIila.
306 Washington sU Bo+''ton. W. II. R1IKTT. General Agent -- ._. -- ._- .____._5__Howling_(_irren__ New York.
For Tickets apply to S.. P. & W. Railway office. 317 Broadway. New York.Bowker JOHN L. MARVIN, J. P. TALIAFERRO u ,
President. Vice-President.
Cashier. Assistant Cashier.
CAPITAL $100,000.


Respectfully solicits your Deposits, Collections and General

Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .
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John L. Marvin A. B. Campbell Chas. Marvin,
BRIGHT, FIRM FRUIT that holds on until it is Jas. P. Tailaferro, T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald.
AB, Clarkson, C. B. Rogers, W. M. Davidson,
; a strong, healthy, vigorous growth of )r. H. Robinson. John E. Hartrldfte.

both tree and fruit the results
are reported by large

and experienced planters in Florida who are using

this popular Fertilizer. It supplies to the tree at the I WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO.,

proper time, in the proper form, and in the proper

proportions. all the elements to bring perfect. healthymaturity. rllJ5J? J..JA 51iLlllC'Ilrs'?? [? '

ItowKER's VEGETABLE GROWER and BOWKER'S To. We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeda. A Comple Stock of

carefully UACCO GROWER and scientifically are also special complete for the Fertilizers, Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal,
mentioned, and are extensively used in Florida.purposes Bow. Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright 'and Dark.


combination for those requiring these Ingredients. STATE AGENTS FOR PURE( GROUND BONE

Chemicals at market rates. Tiigert-Jllen Pertilixer Co. A NITRATE SODA,

Send for Illustrated Catalogue, Free. Star Brand Fertilizers, P MURIATE OF POTASH,


a aE ar ati Orange Tree and Vegetable r KAINIT, Etc. .

Fertilizer haw "" superior la! the market,and a trial will conriDC"r.
Send for Catalogue free. .'


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Having pushed our business during the season of '1)2) and '03 beyond all competitors in this State, increasing our sales this season *.,.

more than 500 per cent beyond the sales of any provious year, selling a majority of the largest and best known brands, 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 *?o as to fill all orders same day as received.. To make ibis stock <, .
complete have added Muriate of ofa8h-this form of potash being the most universally ueod 1, being the cheapest kind i per unit of pure* **.* .
potash I Kt 0, and for tho majority of crops can be used to decided advantage. Send for circulars giving full information, showing the I.

relative 'values of the different Potash Salts per unit of pure Potash, Kj 0, based on shipments f. o. b. Jacksonville. Those comparative s..*,, ..*'' .i 3

analyses and( valuations of the German Potash Salts ]have never before been published in this State and will be of great value to the Florida .1

Farmer and I Fruit-Grower; they are:! based on the opinions of the German Syndicate and their authorized representatives, therefore abso- ". J J

lutoly impartial and of great benefit to all agriculturists. This sheet will bo promptly mailed to you by mentioning this paper and( ad. "c:

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Will load at Fernandina about November 1, to be followed bya It is my intention to build a largo packing-house in Jacksonville -
second about November 15, provided sufficient support is pledged I and I desire to obtain the opinion of growers of Florida oranges 1

to warrant the chartering of two fast steamers now in view. I particularly as to tho advisability of doing this, and what support I can count ;.,
desiro all fruit growers to write mo whether or not they will :'upon in the event I do this. 1 shall! be prepared to receive tho fruitin
support the project to further direct shipments to England, as it is : bulk or in field(} boxes and pack it up in tho host and most careful

necessary to have these promises in order to go ahead and( definitely :. manner for the account of tho growers. .......
arrange for the steamers. I request correspondence on tho above two points, as tho Limo is
It is my intention this season to charter better steamers and improve very short for tho necessary details for carrying out this project, most
oil the details of the loading of the vessel, and also] to have the vital to tho Florida growers in view of tho probable orango crop.lhnt
proceeds of the sales in the hands of the shippers of lots of 100 boxes will have to bo marketed this cOIning season. .
and over not later than three days after the fruit luis been sold in I
England.I 4 .
shall be prepared l to make a small advance and to pack fruit ..'
in Jacksonville should the growors (desire me to do so. Further (details E. L. GOODSELL. .
regarding the project will be cheerfully furnished upon written
application. 103 Park Place, New York.



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I MANCFACTCRRRS or llanufarturrd by the PKINTUD ;a I

. .c.(0 w Iltli1 ml 0. .I L. B. Darling Fertilizer Rn. I FRUIT WRAPPERS, 1

Put up In pAckages of 1,000 sheet numbered
Co ;every
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I g r aMJJIA 3: Low Price Good Work. Full Count.

o a- O. II. WEEKS, State Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.No. 37 Montgomery St., Jersey City,N.J. 1
8 llofttwirk flock Corner stay and.Muin Street I
oC WM.1_ cg 8rml for Pocket Mf>niorand" Hook.
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And Building Material. j I BEACH & VALENTINE, FRUIT

I : Write for Catalogue and price lict.
alitnlrint), Micr, / ,I in ,iv/ IIl.lIll JENNINCS' NURSERY CO.,
.' "' :/ ,u.ednn the LAWNS OF THE
PONCE, make DE good LEON riuterp HOTEL* turage ami, St.evergreen Augustine .'. Pineapple Plants from the West Indies i iI ---Thoma-yilt", On.
lawns. Meukago or Spotted Mcdick, aoc quart. .
f,50 per bushel Burr Clover, quart f 1.50per tt.e. W.t."Qu.
: 150 ; .,. .
Full tnuhel.stock of relia We garden and field eedft I I Correspondence solicited. WELLMACH.YA'',.,D1ro1Ap AJ..,.h..I-As. trill. .
Send. for catalogue.ft roI Ie.
L.CAMHKON, j I 11011I QA.MO.. TheAmerieaaWell' Worke.AurorallL
23 Batt Bay St..Jacksonville. ,Fla. MELBOURNE, FLA. :also Cbiu.-o. IIL.Dallas,Tn.; Srctuq,N. S.\v.

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