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 29, 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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Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
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Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen


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Buy of the Well-Known Reliable I FREE RIDE TO SEE


Will take R. R.fare from bill of trees to all who will
SATS MA ORANGES hardy and early. OUVUS and ot double R. R. fare. Cum.. come to Nursery and purchase to amount
PEARS all kind, APRICOTS. iliirlnt; fruit *"*"'m. To those who cannot
immenae,4ock. will
of fruit and cut come send ample!
and roe on receipt of
PHACHKS varieties, MUI.UKKRIKS. toe per kind to- nay p:? t.ije.: ) etc Fruit
new and old. complete varieties crop large and
POMKGRANATKS.; adapted to Floriita. for .
PL JM3,test and know
and whit
Japan native sorts. CAMPHOR trees you buy. Sp idtlC'5: expect from
JAPAN l'UR5r UION5.varieties all toted. THXAS UMHKF.I.LA.TREES price-iist 0,, apphcntio Pomona )" Persimmons. Peaches Pears and Grafted Roses.
ORAl'HS, rood supply, all leading kinds. GRKVILLKA : Wholesale Nurseries.
PKCANS, (best) Paper-Shell variety.
Mammoth very fine. ROSI$, SO varieties. ,1fa
We have other kind .t'd.y, vets.
*-loin of them-write for what you want. --- --'-'-

For and five will yearn be tills|paRt, tstnt but of fruit have been sent, free of charge, on application DO YOU KNOW we have nearly! all 'important
'l r' :\
) : ourcxikcrienco and information 1 and III F of ECONOMIC
as to adaptability to the ctimatesof F" I
much tropicsandwarm worlds
i in
your locality: worth more. Wo have discarded. l from the 1 1
of which, our own orchards one Vflll IMOMthat the sch! me ju.t broached
variety we hii iHd100 bushel D 0 by our irortlcul-
in 1887, and this U but t turUU'
dreds of one of the hun x was a f ready I j
varieties f'l'Itt'' have built in our establishment t Some Florida LIVING FACT
our + to
reputation on fine stock up 1 I
foil)' thejmt. An Ex-Governor of Florida writer -gome people the times know this, and are quietly taking advantage of the
mirably : "They are beauties and so ad : of getting rare plants! of us. We can supply Aloe, llaniboo, opportunity
Kicked an to shame Cia
{ Camphor
novice in
a the business" and namon, Coffee balbergia,
to Jjo oxp'rts"Pmnl even many who pretend 0 bark ,F cu' GamttoRC.>> Hemp(Sisal), Iron-
Kola ,
'' .. Ix )t and careful ....'- Quercus, Rice-paper ptrychnine. Pepper,
} attention to corru ponduncc. Prices Nt up.ii, Vanilla Wax-Myrtle, Xylo-
lo. ,
fret Add runs reasona Catalogue ma Yucca, Zingiber pmnts and hundreds of others.
Send fur our large catalogue,which tells all about it.
G. :r,. .1.3) R:

._ Glen St. Mary I Ha. --- -- f I'ASONER: -- IlltC>)>S.. > .."t.



FRUITS \ wsj i>ectfully (solicit fhipmcntH of Fniits Vegetables.. If you want your ground covered during tho hot summer; months, you can
i i'e are now making a specialty of do no better than plant) this variety. Plant one quart per acre.

JINEAJF'14Eand : Ovai4tooIc If 1 roo t"1.ora ,"Voo'VlIH.Pint .

:20 cents; quart, 40 cent, post-patd; |heck, $1.00; bushel $3.75: by

Invite correspondence on Markets and Prospects. freight or express, not postpaid.

f Kofurenct* by ;jxirmissdon:-A. 31. Iven! Esq.: Jacksonville; National Shoo Large Stock of Whippoorwill H H HASTINGS &
and Luatlior Batik, New York; tho Volusia County Batik DcLand Clay and Unknown Peas at Jr.yjper '. u- CO
Fla., and the bushel I,f. o. b ,
Commercial Loan and Trust Co.,Chicago( lit! South Water St.
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f a lit and description of the Choicest and Mot: Profitable varieties
-- DEALERS Pamiiy. which have of the Citrus
IN 1
--- we selected from over one hundred different
in varieties grown, and tasted I
our extensive experience of seventeen b"y us
years. carry one of

I I Coal, Hay, Grain, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. The Largest Stocks of Citrus Trees in the United States.Send .

JACI HONVILr4E. F'LA. for circulars
,-- R. W. PI ERce. .':.'..n...,...,. lun...... "'_ ...
riuci: LIST ur .IISI'\, '-" 1..C''-U., FY.

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Omit ........................... 3 OO NURSERIES OF THE
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Sprlnjr V.ll. ...... .. .................. 400
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>orth Carolina ........ SO Ktntiirky Sour 31nr.h .... ............ Milwaukee
ClirtouCIlub ..... ........... .... Mil linker ................... ......... ft 5 0 00(' Florida Draqge Co.Selected
Blontro Vrlvrt.............. .. II6 00 .
Jug Htra: One gallon 25".; two gallon soc.; three gallon yjc. Remit ;by pot office*. strains of Choicest Varieties of' Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty.
order,chrck; or registered J letter. We cannot ship C.O. I), to dry towns. moan
I A complete price list of Groceries,and Wine List, sent free on application. Our stock large and complete. PROMPT ATTENTION Budding-Wood TO CORRKSPQNUKNCK.for sale at all times.
For Catalogue and Price-LUt, addreM
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-- Dunedin, Fla.


But the demand bring greater than the supply we had to let our "Ad." take a rert. Can now A full lino of the leading varieties of Orange & Ix-uion Trees at rock-bottom
' guw>J-a limited{ number of good tree; can also furnish a few thousand other best varieties+ prit'l- Addrc&iDEER .
short ettee,at living priees Now is the time to plant. Address on


1.i 1.I It t., Tt ORLANDO FLA. Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. ,


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A good spmying outfit and a.reliable Insecticide are as essential to successful orange growing as the harrow and fertilizers.-.

Florida/ Farmer and fruit/ Grower.


It is the only Re1iab1e,

Suroly ottectivo and cheapest material offered for the destruction of insects. Its proper uso will kill the spider, rust mite, uloyrodes, anguil-
luln, moving scale and fungus growths. It is a sure remedy for the "foot-rot" and tho "blight" of tho orange and! tho wilt of tho 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 o_

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Is the most effective compound yet discovered for destroying the insects infesting the orange tree, and i 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

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

satisfaction. References furnished on application.
given perfect
For Rust Mite use one quart to fifty gallons of water. When used at this strength the trees should be sprayed trots for

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

It is better and cheaper to use the Insecticide at full strength, viz.: One gallon of solution to 50 gallons of water, aa the
fumes from the Insecticide will kill the Rust Mite even if the solution should not happen to touch them. In using the

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

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

will also kill the other insects that may be moving on the trees.
For Red Spider and Scale, use one gallon to fifty gallons of water. General directions for using sent on application.

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

Spraying Apparatus furnished to our customers at

cost.McMASTER & MILLER San Mateo and Citra Fla.





The Great Fast Express Freight System of the. South.

and and South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford;S.,1'.&. W.Ry.between Jacksonville,
The attention of shippers is directed to the Plant s.S.Line between and Charleston Havana. Key,and Weat Ocean Steamship Tampa Line between Savannah, Philadelphia, Boston and New York, and Merchants and Miner
&atae4ville rr4n.pjrtaUon, Bainbridge Company, River between Junction Savannah and Savannah and Baltimore.;Savannah The best equipped, fastest and most prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest.
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Daily fastlfreight week by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company
and Providence. Four ships a
points, including New York,foatonl Philadelphia,Baltimore Washington leaving Savannah York(New Pier 33. North River)direct for Savannah Friday Saturday,Monday and edneada)'.
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Four connections a The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers will leave Boston S tx 19
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East and West to Florida. For full particulars, rates, stencils and shippingreceipts
The Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best freight route from: all points North
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fiLQU! ,' A ,(UR01IER to make them perfectly round, and by t 1 planted-2 sand- 30 feet apart. Thegrove ber) Little Brothers'

RfRU so doing no branches will or can by'i I has been fertilized very little by Orange Planters''T'rue
Value Special about
chance touch the its former 15 poundsto
any ground. I I i' owner; all he gave it was the tree. I think that fertilizer
Another point is this that some with
quite a cowpenning an occasional
-- ._ -S.- -POWERS- -- Publisher._ number of my friends have asked me: t(addition of cottonseed meal; once it the would be best for my grove owing to
-- nitrogen being derived from
TKHMS Kim.HCItirTION What would you do if your trees had received also a certain amount of high

For One Year .f j.oo root-knot? Canada ashes. The trees were plantedout grade ammoniacal salts.
For Six Months.. I should thank
much for
In Foreign Countries i.oo Root knot never worries me in the 17 years ago and are now in full you very
GfJTSuhscriptions in all cases cash+ 3.00 in least. I have never lost a tree from bearing. I took possession of the letting me have the favor of your advice

advance. No discount allowed on one's this cause, and simply say to apply grove in the fall of last year, when I as early as you can, because the

own Huliscription(except in a club), but to from one to four pounds of high shipped from the trees about rainy: season is the only time when
all liberal h 300 110
a ca commission will anything can be done
bo allowed on all subscriptions obtained l grade sulphate of potash until it is boxes of oranges. This poor crop is If think against foot-rot.
by thorn. Write for terms. free from this fungoid growth. Of due not only to the careless cultivation you it would be good to use

Ii copies(and one copy free 0 IIIO'H), $ 7.50 course it is well to cut away a portionof ot its former owner but in a certain kainit would you not advise to put it

16 11"" 12.50 the diseased wood, and always degree to the so.called foot rot disease on now as soon as possible?

Thc so may.\lie either 15.00() keep the crown roots clear of sand. which broke ont in the grot about Thanking you beforehand for your
new or old, and kindness I
beg to
assure that I
may IKJ collected from any number of The borer sometimes also is very five years ago, in a spot near the house shall with you

poHtoflices> if the remittance is in a lump troublesome, but do not fear him. where the trees were planted very close, pleasure seize every opportunity

Hum. Keep your trees clear of sand early in about 15 feet apart. Since then all offering where I could be of

To every new stab ri1)\r or clul>-raiser the spring and you will not be the trees of that spot have died with service! to you.
wo will f>tend l a of \\'hitner's '
postpaid| cop R. M. I\ ILK .
troubled with this the disease and the foot has
"Gnnel1ll1] in Florida.. For two pest. rot spreadin Gotha, Orange Co.

new subscribers, at $2.00 each we will 1 The trouble with most growers i is the grove so that about 60 trees out We would not advise kainit the

Culture.end i postpaid" a copy of 3looro's"Orango that their peach trees are nearly always of the 300 are more or less attacked remedial effects are due to;; the

Hates of advertising treated with contempt and over now.The potash it contains, and
on application you can
Ilemittancos should l 1,0 made by check, looked. It is of great import to trees in the grove that are not obtain this in sulphate ol potash

)'WJ8talllotot money order or registered 1 throw the sand over the crown roots attacked are in flourishing condition without the objectionable chlorine

letter to order of (simply covering them well) in the and are making a wonderful new or common salt.Ve do

FA JIM:Jl .14 1) FUU1T Jacksonville(1Jt 0 WJ Fla.R. the fall, and then remove same early in i growth this summer, but that& part of f but you are doing about as not well see as
spring. the where the
grove disease has got a could be done under the circum-

Under no circumstances ever work hold looks comparatively poor and stances. But do not be in too much

CroI1e and Orchard. your trees until after they start to makes but little growth, if any. The haste to produce growth. The

--... bloom, but plow, fertilize, harrow and trees bear a good crop this year in spiteof have been sick and they trees
Successful Poach Culture. hoe immediately after they show signsof the foot rot. before must recover
Kditor Fanner and Fruit Grower they can grow Read
: blooming, that Last fall I the
so you get through gave trees a manure the
this evening page 388, June 10. To
your work before the trees are i in ing of Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizeronrl
and disinfect the
as promised, I send brief ground right around the
you a }bloom. in A nril; f annlied Itlrtrt/1. ..... and hon.-.. .
outline of the method or system ol f: I lost least n --- --a---- --1----- -- '- trees use.* (or some___u_ ot__ th.m..._..._ nn_...,.. "nr.
at fifty bushels last and potash. I have f
cultivation of the peach entirely spring cut out the diseased the other of the sulphur solutions advertised
my by starting work before the trees I parts of the attacked trees and in
own; and not wishing for a momentto I our columns, and on
started to bloom and laid bare
therefore warn the roots of the severer gases others
clash with any other grower's i all others, for the frost will catch to the depth of about two feet. I for the purpose of comparison .
method, trust this article will be re you. use a solution of' the bi-sulphate of
of my three-year-old trees spray the trees and the roots
ceived as it is written. every soda-seven pounds dissolved in fifty
average twenty-six feet across and month with Bean's insecticide
Under all gallons of
circumstances boiling
plow deep, high in proportion, bearing gallon to the barrel of
me pay water. \ have Be
as the roots of all deciduous trees careful in securing that "won
go ing crops sixteen months after plant also scattered around the trunks in a
far down
our loose sand. To new growth" that you do not
ing. circle of feet
prove this, when digging wells I 2-3 powdered cause the disease to break out afresh.
found peach, and I have all sorts and varieties of f sulphate of copper (blue vitriol), a .
pear plum roots peach trees for sale and will be solution of which
quite near the excavations gladto strong latter I use A Bunoh of Queries.

and ten feet down. some eight supply parties desiring peach trees.My for disinfecting the diseased parts after Editor Fanner and Fruit Grower:

For peach prices are very reasonable, and I having cut ofT the discolored bark and i. I inclose samples of grass that is
trees cottonseed
meal has young done far more and produced will furnish full particulars regardingmy wood. I look after trees every week called "St. Lucie Grass" here.

healthier trees than any other form ol f plan of cultivation to any grower and cut out at once every diseased Whether it is the same us some of the

wishing same. The trees are one grasses which are so
ammoniated fertilizer that has spot.Under favorably spoken
been applied. yet year old buds, and the greatest care such treatment the trees have of in the FARMER; AND FRUIT GROWER

given by us to produce straight trees improved a good deal in I know
After the trees once bloom then ; i appearance; not, but would like to
stop applying ammonia of ,form and I have yet to receive the first t they have gummed comparatively but know. Its manner of growth is much

for if this is carried out you any will sacrifice complaint of any kind. Trees are little so far this summer; however theyare like the Bermuda, but is somewhat

your fruit and get in return fine always trimmed ready to plant when not making enough growth as coarser and ranker growing, and of a
sent to the purchaser, and thereforeask would in estimation be
my brighter color.
necessary green Keeps
looking trees only. But by greenall
bone meal six applyinCudahy's g any purchasers not to alter the to keep them in sound condition. I winter, while the Bermuda turns

pounds and to ten shape of their trees without advice. Now I should like to have your brownish. \'"e like it much- for a
high grade potash two
to four pounds per annum, the Lake A. GRANT FERRIKR.: opinion as to what I have done and lawn grass, and stock arc quite fond
grower County.
will fruit what treatment you would advise me of it. I am wondering whether *it
grow even than the boxI P. S.-I have made
a study o f from now on to give to the trees.I would be advisable toc introduce it '
sent "
you.There foot rot, and have been most successful have been
thinking to disinfectthe into
have been a number of in a grove or not, and"any informa
I curing some 300 old seedlings whole grove by liberal applicationsof tion be able
articles published in 'our'aluable may give me
) They are in perfect health to German kainit
applying about 10 about this will be
all of which I have grass thankfully re-
paper, carefully and'covered
day with
II new growth. of that
pounds to each tree twice a L ceived.
read but will
say this: That if a Two
cuts back his years ago they beyond year. Kainit has been used to advan a. What harm can a flock( of chick.
grower young trees once redemption, but my cure fetched tage against cotton blight etc. andas do in
ens an lemon
a year, say in the fall, and abovee'erything them. orange or rove?
else, sprouts or branches --__ ..._ I attribute the foot rot to a similar I have the impression that it is the
three feet from the ground, he will I FootrRot-A History. micro-organism as that causing cotton general opinion that a grove is not
do 'ell-first blight, root-knot of the egg plant, etc., the place for a chicken ranch. If
by having )
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: I was thinking that it
might perhapsalso is fertilized with bone
grove and
.shaped. trees..,. and then when his trees As a subscriber to your I take be
paper remedy
- a good foot rot if potash. and Irass nltnura.l. lt\__ nrnw._ .1cannot .
Dear ne win his ----- --
not lose while go----- n
the to ask for U r
liberty your in applied liberally and What
regularly. see why the chickens need
those who allow their
random and without careful trees to grow at the following matter: do you think of it? I have heard it do harm. What is your opinion?

attention I own an orange grove on soil that said that Kainit was not good for 3. What do consider the best
lose from to one-half their you
one-quarter might be called high flatwoods; the orange trees on account of the high implement with which to cultivate the

crop: As we all know, fruit on long soil is almost as poor as high pine percentage of chlorine salts containedin grove? We have never seen the
branches soon touches the ground land but is underlaid at a depth of it; can you explain if that is reallya or spading harrows at work
and is ruined.I from 7 to 10 feet with a substratum of for ,
I' good reason prohibiting its use but should judge from manufacturers'

strongly recommend all growersof soft hardpan.: The grove borders a in an orange grove and in what its circulars (perhaps a questionablesource
the peach to have their trees lookas lake and
its is at the lowest point prejudicial effects consist? of candid information) that
much like "balls on a stick" as is about feet above that ,
12-15 of the Besides the kainit I have been the spading harrow would be the better

possible; that is, trim their trees so as water. Trees are seedlings and are I thinking of using this fall (in Decem- tool for grove work. The Acme,



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should judge, would not work depth. During other periods of the i THE -

well in weedy ground, or on sod.I year the sap is more mucilaginous and

We are not in favor ol clean culture. evaporation from the surface is greatly I.
Hoping you may be able to throwa reduced, while an abundant supply of;
little light on these perplexing sub water is obtained by the roots. After ,

jects, I remain the terminal buds are formed in mid. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
JOHN R. LVMAN.ItHMfl summer the surface sap is stored in the ,

River. tissues, and at this time nature quickly HARDWARE AND STOVES
repairs any damage by the formation ofa ,
1)1 of. P. If Rolfs State Ento

I callus from the exposed cambium.It DOORS SASH BLINDS PAINTS OILS AND VARNISH.
mologist and Botanist, pronouncesthe ,
is often said that a large wound will
grass Cynodon Dactylon ; var., heal quickest if made in mid summer.It Aw 1JLr4: to1UI.--1.--LIKS.
maritimus. It has not all the featuresof We are State We Have
is true that the callus forms quicklyat A t the 4
the variety type and differs also One sand TwoHorse 0 HORSE: HAY u RAKES
this time, but if the wound has kept I
from the dactylon (Bermuda'grass). /! ... .
from drying out a scar made in November I ';r-\: : In stock.
The specimens are a little nearer the '
will be as well grown over ina BUCKEYEMOWERS .' .'1 ami 11fft trra than the it is therefore
variety species ; .
twelve month as one made in May ;
a (form of cynodon dact'lon.Ve \, ::' The 6 foot Is suitable -
be at the close of the growing
r for use In
introduce \
would not advise you to it ,
I season. .1 rotHfttrtr tttrk nfJInirrr 1 ORANGE GROVES.
into It would
an +
orange grove. .
Whenever it is necessary to make a amillriHilm
probably prove to be like its congener large cut, the injury to the tree can 1'"t"'orll"r'.fO.on \Write for Prices.WE .
the Bermuda enricher of the
be greatly lessened if the wound is
soil, but it would add greatly to the
coated at once to prevent drying; : : IZANGE "
labor and vexation of cultivation. ,
common paint, shellac, grafting"wax A Full Hn of IlrjHitr for flame.
2. If you had a few fowls in a
grove and by a system of movable or grafting clay are all excellent for Acme Orange Grove and Two-Horse Pulverizing Harrows, the Boy
other contrivance this purpose. Dixie Cast Plows, and a full line of Farm and Agricultural Implementof
roosts or any you
could cause them to distribute the Perhaps the worst season of all (for all descriptions. Agents for the Planet Jr. Horse and Hand Tools, sold
pruning is just after the buds start.
with at factory prices. Send for catalogues.
droppings perfect uniformityover
At this time the trees are subject to
and several feet distant
the Ar \
bleeding, which will not only exhaustthe
from the trees, they would fur-
tree but the sap may run down the
what the "
nish you nitrogen trees bark and cause its decay.
needed and do it very cheaply and -- ...... ---- ,
probably not injure the trees mate Turtle Back Scalo.--Smut.

rially. But, unless they are watched (Reply to A. /. Armour, Panaioflkee.] ar
and tended with a closeness which, I The insects on the twig and leaves .

with the vast majority of mcn. is utterly i sent by you are the common turtle-

out of the question, they will back or broad scale or bark louse. The

bunch more or less, and kill a lot of ants which swarm around them are not

trees with the manure, besides giving enemies to the lice but friends, at.

others dieback, foot rot, etc., td suchan tracted to them by the sweet secretionlike 4.1_
extent that they might as well be honeydew which is given forth _
dead. If you are a martinet in dis by the lice and which the ants delightto x

cipline and system you may put fowlsin lick: These lice are not much to I .. _
your grove, but if you do not wantto be dreaded as they are subject to the < T .
work every minute of your waking attacks of many enemies and arc it.JII, .'.'11 ..'- -II tI,;___-1-=" a y fit..
hours, and would like to loaf a (few easily killed by an application of various
minutes occasionally and enjoy the substances, such as the sulphur

blessings of life( you had better sub. I solutions advertised in our columns,

sidize the good wife with pin money I kerosene emulsion,whale-oil soap suds, IRRIGATING MACHINERYBOTH
and keep the hens entirely out of the urine, etc.
grove. The other twig had on its leaves a STEAM, HORSE AND HAND POWER.

3. Your opinion of the Acme is kind of fungoid growth or smut which Carry a stock of Steam Pumps, Boilers
about correct; it is a good implementfor usually accompanies these and some
use in rich, clean, mellow land to other species of bark lice. It is not Wrought and Galvanized Pipe, Valves.

keep it so. The New South Cultivator the Capnodium citri, however, and 1;: ; FittingsHose, Etc. Estimates furnished

manufactured in Waldo, is a very does not seem to be described by for Plants put in complete and guar-

good tool for grove and orchard use; Hubbard or Ashmead. You will in k.d satisfactory Hand Spraying
we believe it gives general satisfac all probability find that it will disap
Send for
tion. The wheel) harrow or cultivator pear when the lice are killed or the Pumps every description.

does good. work in cutting up a season for them passes by. ., Catalogue of How and When to Spray.

crab-grass sod and mixing fertilizer Among other enemies to the bark Nozzles, Pipe, etc., made to order in our J
into the soil. The spading harrow, lice the writer has a few times seen machine shop.

lately introduced into the State, has very small birds, not much larger i 't a'pi
not yet been sufficiently tested. One than humming birds, industriously

of our correspondents lately recommended eating them off the branches. ?r '"'
..... .
Breed's weeder highly. It .a---- _
is in high favor at the North. Circular Orange Box.A ..lfri4 _
subscriber in Anona, Hillsboro
Forming the Troo.-III. county, inquires about this invention. :

The advice is often given never to A specimen of it has been on exhibition -

#prune in winter While not a believer for some time in the rooms of the

in winter pruning, I can see no differ Florida Fruit Exchange, but it has
ence between pruning on a cold Jan. not commended itself very stronglyto

uary day and a warm one, except soar practical men who have looked at
( as the comfort of the pruner is it. It is a straight drum or cylinder
concerned. There be made of single of and ----_. -- -
seems to no a piece veneer '--=.. ... ,,' ---- -
valid objection against pruning a provided with heads. The interior is .= -

healthy tree in winter except that the a pasteboard honeycomb, like the egg AGENTS FOR
drying out seems much greater at this I carrier or ripe fruit carrier, the fruit
season than at any other. The tree is being arranged in concentric circles
then dormant, with little movement of and every orange separted from its ,,\III. tt..nn.w..rt'tl the line they are llerelvrd.

watery sap, and especially, as is often neighbors by a wall of pasteboard.The THE S. B. HUBBARD COMPANY
the case, if the wound cracks the tissues drum is pierced with small holesto ,

may become dry to a considerable afford ventilation. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.




Kditer Fanner and Wood Fruit Grower Lice. : TIte Vineyard, believe, is the distance in the viac. speak of their possible and probable
yards along the Ohio. A few dozen
Our adulterations and rather
grove is getting overrun with -........... ; than drink
wood lice.Ve have found them scuppernongs will cover an acre, whileit this muddy fashionable beverage
on Edited by E. DUBOIS, Tallahassee,
Fla. takes
sixteen European called lager Bourbon "
.- trees in the neighborhood of ; or only 0$0-
the The trees '" grapes. called," since there is often not more

looking remarkably well and have are i Scuppornong Wino for Family Ueo. He found that the greater the dis than a gill to the gallon of pure Bourbon

gown rapidly I this spring and summer. Crush your grapes, estimate how tance he gave, the better for the vines, I ; and rather than take corn whisky

Those attacked are from eight to much juice there is about in the the quality of the juice and the quantity which is generally so rank and

twelve years old, all bearing they grapes crushed, add same quantity of produced. He fertilized only unmistakably corn, that not only can
have been fertilized ; and water with two and a half pounds of every other year, and this was done the musty grain be unmistakably recognized -
well cultivated; this season they year sugar for every gallon of water added. by digging a trench a spade deep and but, as we heard a distillersay

plowed once, cultivated four times were Stir well the mash four or five times a two spades wide, just outside of the the "nigger" that made the corn

hoed once and sprayed several times, day, late at night and very early next reach of the branches, and filling it may be smelt. Rather than the

with Bean's insecticide. Little or morning ; (or else, to avoid stirring, with a rich compost. The grapes above many of us would take a

grass is ever allowed to grounder no keep the pomace well immersed in the were gathered by four men holding I bountiful home supply of home made

trPAIII'..""'.07, .IIU..". ..IUI\llIug..I..I.; :__ :.SlllCe.*__ 61 Ine_ IS, liquid! by the_ best way you can devise a canvas and shakint..... the vines_u__ scuppernonJ-: wine,- even thotifh.... some
ours (two years), even dead leaves grO\'e not having any iron in contact over it with the back of a rake; loaf sugar had to be added to it. But

raked away so as to leave collars are entirely with the wine). Alter the mash has five men could thus gather one hundred some make it without sugar. Let us

exposed to view.Ve have been fermenting about thirty-six bushels in a day when the vines try to make a plenty of wine out of

the dirt about three or four inches deep dug hour!?, press it quickly to avoid acetic had been well trained from the begin. the scuppernongs as good as the Tin
fermentation.The ning. ordinaire of France and
and six or eight wide around collars Germany, the
taken off all loose bark and sand con, keg or barrel in which you He sold his wine readily in New plain clarets, Sauterne and hocks.G. .-

duits andscalded all the liceinsight with pour the liquid must he filled and York at one dollar and a half per C. P. .

liberal applications of boiling water, some of the wine put aside in some gallon, and it was bought up to be Fruit as FoodII.An .
jug! or little keg to fill the barrel
then applied pulverized in ; up made into champagne. He foretold
sulphur the
roots and all crevices and holes. With again when: the fermentation is over. that this wine would fall, but he its important part of the grape is

in thrte or four days the lice While it is fermenting place a grape affirmed that it would be profitable at sugar, which may be as high as 30
appear leaf over the bung hole and sandbag per cent or as low as 10 per cent.
again; we have repeated the treatment only forty cents a gallon. He asserts The
described above as often on the leaf to allow gas to escape that he believed the culture of the i warmer and dryer the weather at
as seven or the time of
but preventing air to in. ripening, the more
get would sugar
eight times to of the scuppernongs pay, whether to
some and
trees in the
This will make grape the less acid it is
a dry wine if make
a wine
still we have not succeeded in de ; brandy, or even vinegar.
stroying the insects. sweet wine is wanted use at first the It may be added that it would appear to contain. There is a small
same quantity of and water that Mr. quantity of albuminous matter in the
Will be kind sugar Fra'lich is a substantial
you enough to informus
but ferment on the husk only character since grape, similar to the albumen in the
what means should be twenty during the late war
employed four hours instead of six then blood, also some gum and dextrin.
to destroy the lice and what makes thirty he turned aside from his Adamic rural The
them so tenacious on this press, and to every gallon of juice. pursuits, and got up and successfully mineral constituents are tartrateof
properly thus potash soda, phosphoric acid lime
while obtained use one pound ot su carried on an arms manufactory for ,
from the my neighbors' groves are free gar, which you put into the barrel l .1 the Confederacy. The American magnesia and iron. From 70 to 80

An answer pest. at earliest with the juice (or mash), stir with a I pioneer in extensive wine making, per cent. of the grape is water. The
your con stick until the is all dissolved physiological effects of the are
Nicholas grape
venience sugar Longworth, of Cincinnati
would be high) ,
) appreciated. and by the barrel on skids in as coola 1 who made millions with his Catawba significant. Eaten with other suitable -
I ero Count)'. place as possible. Use grape leaf wines, and mainly champagne, was food in quantities from one to two
and sand bag already! stated. Both I suspected of using North Carolina pounds daily, they increase nutrition,
It is impossible to tell at this dis wines promote secretion and excretion improve
dry or sweet, have to be scuppernong wines largely for their
tance what is the particular attractionto the action of the liver
racked off next February.If cheapness and their effervescing qual kidneysand
these insects in your grove. We in the foregoing; hastily written ity. The spirit of Bacchus should be bowels, and add to the health.

can only say that they are as invaria directions there ta: anything you don'understand t called up to the rescue, -or the wine The sugar of the grape requires no

bly present where there is decaying ask! questions and I will l business seems to be truly in a ferment digestion but is taken almost at once

wood as the buzzard is where there i is answer at once. E. I D. (excuse the pun). California into the blood, where it renders up its
carrion.Sulphur.. forces as required so also of the
Tal1aha. ; wa-
tee July :ao. wines be bought at home
lime and ashes are without -- cents may a callon. These brought at 20 1a-. Eaten; moder3t_n_ ___. _, with.. .... _!I .cnit'l.........__
are !:
effect in protecting trees Iromthe ble diet, they will not produce cathartic
orange I More About the Scuppornontf.Hditur across the continent and sold in the
attacks of termites. In the cases i interior effects, but a more natural actionof
of the
Partner and Fruit Grower: South for 75 cents a
where these substances have seemed[ the bowels, so important to health
The Southerners are just beginningto gallon. A late writer in the Home ;
effective in driving them away the result learn that handsome profits may be and Farm asserts that the celebrated or, if eaten in large quantities, they
has been accomplished sim ly by, are greatly laxative. As soon as this
made by the skillful cultivation of California grape makes a wine no bet
the disturbance to their galleries; and I occurs obstructions disappear and a
fruits. Some who have been aware ter than may be made of molasses
the exposure to the drying action of this and feeling of comfort( arises, which is
of for several years, have not had water. The Catawba: grape,
the atmosphere. gratifying to the sufferer.It .
the means to change from the old which was planted so extensively in very
Termites are exceedingly sensitive routine of raising cotton, cane, etc. Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and Missouri will be seen that since grapes,
to the action of pyrethrum and are very rich in glucose, have as high as
I trust that a brief summary will be under Longworth's. example,
invariably killed by contact with the has 30 per cent. and the poorer sorts as
acceptible of a report issued on the so into disfavor( that the
powder. It may be used to great ad scuppernongs in the Agricultural Patent same writer further, :asserts that only low as 10 per cent., it is not an extravagant

vantage wherever it can be broughtinto Office Report fort 187 2 or 1873. Thewriter's i one-tenth of the former maximum wine estimate to regard them as
contact with the insects. Pyrethrum is containing on the average 15 to 18
name is Fru Lich. He states crop now made in these States.
loses its effectiveness rapidly on that he was born and raised in one of Pliiloxera is seriously endangering the I; per cent of this heat-giving nourish
exposure to the air, and i it mente'hh a requisite amount of
the best wine districts on the Rhine, great wine crop of Europe. The
retains its power for a longer time fish, flesh or animal products and oil
and had worked in vineyards twenty juice of gooseberries, blackberries and ,
when covered with earth, it remains from one to one and a half pounds of
years before his removal to the United apples long been used in British
effective for a few days only and can States. Over here he engaged in the adulterations. But now Jersey men bread daily may be considered a liberal

not be relied upon to permanently energetic cultivation of the scuppernongs are charged with passing manufac. allowance, and a pound to a
protect the trees from the attacks of pound and a half of grapes to each
and had had twenty years experience tures tomato juice off upon the unwary -
'of three
this or other insects. will yield an equal
in this before he wrote. I for the popular champagnes.Add : i
Kerosene emulsion is very effective Comparing these with the vines of the loathsome accounts by modern amount of carbonaceous food. It

and may safely be used in moderate Germany, he states that the latter tourists of how the grapes are will be noticed that when eating

quantities, but all penetrating oils yielded only one fine crop in five trodden with the feet by bareleggedmen bread one must be furnished with

should be applied with great cautionto years, and that two crops out of the as horses bog in the brick mortar some fluid for drink, whereas, when

the roots of trees.CHICKENHATCHING. five would be poor. He began planting pits, in the vintages; of the generous rapes instead or of other bread fresh fruits are used

fifteen feet apart and increased port and proud Burgundy -noble distilled nature provides a

BY STEAM i, the distance to twenty fi\'ej; then to wines, but made in entirely too water manifestly) more whole.
i I some than other
I thirty.five and lastly to forty.five. It filthy a manner. human being any take.drink which a
R', ; .'olo.r. .....;;..:...... I may be remarked, how different this Rather than use these high priced .
I *.fully fftt.r&otdT j I from bunch or staked grapes, at six foreign wines, so disgustingly made, You can save money? by
.Unii; ft Oo for, tlsQut *)y.LtLU..i.; > feet apart each way, which, we ,and with the revenue added, not to a club for his paper.TIlE getting. up'

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F RR1] ER R]'lD T RUCIER( ties, and when prepared for table can from it or added to it ? Has the oil j use of the overhead check, that would
hardly be told from those just taken been extracted from it in some way? have been worthless without it. Get
from the vines. Let them be cut in Years ago, before lard was made from possession of a horse's head and i.e is
Against Green Manuring.A slices, peeled and seeded, then placeon cottonseed oil, the oil was extracted helpless. Two* instances come to
member of the North Carolina t the sieve or n ck (do not bleach), from lard, leaving it quite hard in hot mind now, where, in this city, most
Experiment Station writes in the and put them into the evaporator. weather, and I have thought that some disastrous results might have followed
Country Gentleman: "While every When dry, they will keep indefinitely, such process might be applied to but. the removal of the overhead check. A
vegetable physiologist knows that the if stored in paper sacks, tied securely. ter for a hot climate.I gentleman passing along Broad street
growth of acid plants, like sheep sore When wanted, soak overnight, or boil do not think this is any of the noticed beautiful 1 bay mare standingby
rel, is no evidence of an acid conditionof in plenty of water; when soft, drain, mixtures sold as butterine or oleomar the curb with her head checked
the soil still there is no doubt that mash and season, the same as when garine, but I would really like to know immoderately high. Prompted by
in the plowing under of green cropsin ,resh. what has been done to it, taken fromor sympathy he loosened the check rein
hot weather there is a rapid devel- Pumpkins may be evaporated and added to it, to give it the qualityof from the turret and passed on. In a
opment of acids harmful to vegetation, are very nice. Cut into slices, peel standing the heat as it does. few minutes the owner of the animal
while it is also perfectly true that lib and remove the seeds, then evaporate. A. stepped out of a bank. He glancedat
eral applications of lime at the time When wanted for use, cook thorough. Orange County. the mare and then stepped up
of plowing under the green crop will I)', press through a colander and use, There is probaby nothing wrong quickly and put up the check. He
not only prevent this harmful acid the same as fresh pumpkins. Theyare with this butter except that the cows inquired of a bystander who had unchecked -
condition, but bring in use matters of equally good. Evaporated pumpkins received a little too much cottonseedor the mare and was informed.
value to the plant. are sometimes prepared for market cottonseed meal. Some time ago lie immediately called on the benevolent
Still, in large sections of our South. by grinding them into meal and we published extracts from a bulletinof gentleman and informed him
ern country lime is not available on putting this up in packages.But the Pennsylvania Experiment Station that his little act of kindness might
account of its cost. Therefore, untilwe I if you don't want to go to all I showing that butter made from have cost him dearly. "I do not
can get our farmers to use lime I the trouble named above preparing cottonseed will stand from three to know," he said, "why that mare did
freely and the railroads' learn their your dried pumpkin for the table, puta six degrees more of heat than butter not kick the carriage to pieces, and if
own interests enough to transport it handful or two of it in a pot with a made from any other feed. This factis she had I must have held you person-
at rates at which we can afford to use good sized hunk of bacon and cook as well understood by the butter mak. ally responsible. That mare can be
it, we must continue to advise our many folks cook snap beans. By pure ers of Middle and West Florida, and worked no other way; and while it
farmers against the practice of plowing suing such a course you will have a the more honorable ones among them appears cruel, a horse that can work
under clover or peas in a green state. mess that ought to delight a king. seek to guage the amount given to the and won't work must be made to
No harm is done usually in early Snap beans evaporate nicely, and cows so as to secure the greatest firm work. I appreciate your: motive all
spring or in fall after the growth is are not the tough abomination that ness in the butter obtainable without I the same."
dead, but under the conditions now they were when dried in the old way giving; it the objectionable quality you A year or two ago a gentleman in
prevailing in the Soith, the man who by being strung on a. string.and hung mention. A certain modicum of this city rode un town to his office in
advises plowing under green crops, up. The same may be said of okra. cottonseed is very desirable as a his private carriage with his wife and
while green and succulent, is retarding Indeed, as before stated, almost any. feed for cows, but if that modicum is daughter. After leaving him the latter
the true advancement of agricultural thing grown in the garden may be exceeded the unsavory quality of the were to continue their ride. As
improvements, for farmers followinghis evaporated at home for home consumption butter becomes scr( conspicuous that, the gentleman stepped from the car
advice will be led into trouble and with entire satisfaction, in- with buyers who are butter wise, the riage he noticed that the overhead
will not be disposed to avail themselves cluding many of the fruits. Tomatoesare sellers have to submit to a dockage of checks were rather high. lie became
hereafter of this great mode of soil evaporated to dryness with the five cents a pound. very angry and stepping up cut the
improvement. skins on. Cook in .the same condi N checkrein with his knife. The coach
-A vEvaporating--.. .....- .- tion; and when soft pass through a The Ovorhoad Chock. man remonstrated and said he wouldnot
Vegetables. colander to remove skins and all hard Much f has been written about the answer for the team without the
pieces. Season as desired.RuralNew checks. He was angrily told tb driveon.
All fruits are now so perfectly evaporated cruelty of the overhead check, and
that we are almost fain to say Yorker. when it is employed merely for showto The team ran away down Broad
they excel even the fresh fruits themselves -e.. compel kind and honest horses to street and turned into Lincoln Park,
and by the free use of the evaporator Cottonseed Meal and Butter. hold their heads up, it is to be con where the carriage caught on a tree
we can have the kindly help of Editor Fanner and Fruit Grower: demned. But it has its uses, as the and the horses tore loose, leaving the
.our kitchen garden also the whole One of our stores here has butter following instances, gathered from a two ladies unhurt. When the wife
year round.In from Georgia and another from West Northern paper, will show: was told the cause of the runaway she
evaporating vegetables, take Florida. They sell it for pure butter Unquestionably the overhead checkcan went immediately to the harness shop
them when in their prime, for as theyare and it looks, smells and tastes like a be made an instrument of torture. and replaced the checks. It is the
when evaporated, so they will be pure article, but it has a peculiar sal So can a strait jacket. Both have abuse .and not the use of the over-
when served table. taste though not their and both serve a head check which makes it cruel.
at vey or pasty very purpose .... ... .
Almost any vegetable we grow in noticeable with other food. which at times makes them necessary, -- e. ----- .
You had better send in advertising
the garden may be evaporated and What is most singular about it is cruel as they may be when abused. your
while the
kept as nice and made into as nice a that it stands up firmly at a temperature Judiciously used, an overhead checkis ., ----e.-rates are cheap.v
dish at any time as when just taken of 90 to 95. no more distressing than a side If you feel weak
from the plants or vines. For exam Have you seen any such butter or i check. Thousands of horses have and all worn out takeBROWN18
pie, says the Rural, winter squashesare can you give us any definite idea been subdued and made useful by a
largely evaporated in some local! what it is? What has been taken severe and subsequently a moderate IRON BITTERSJ




I specimens are considered profitable, i be known by its fatal work in a few
when duck farming is carried on for hours' time. C ooh jfeaKh.
..... """'-.... ""'- --"w. ........- the money that is in it. He further .

..,Edited.. by E.W. AMSDEN Ormond, Fla. says that a running stream in the How Eggs; May bo Kept in Good .......
"- """
'- rear of each pen affords the ducks an Condition. Simple Water Test.
Died opportunity of bathing .at will, saves To keep eggs for six months, pro- A very good method and simple in
at Summerville, S. C., on labor in furnishing water for drinking ceed as follows: Slack a few poundsof its .
procedure, to the quality
May3ist Ross A. Smith -
probably and stimulates fresh lime in water and when the
purposes bathing ex of drinking water is the
the best known by
poultry breeder in the ercise. Mr. lime is reduced per-
South. He Rankin and other large to soft paste add water manganate of potash test, which
was in organizing duck raisers claim that ducks do as enough to make a thin wash, as i if chemical loses its purple color in

lock and the South Carolina Pet well, if not better, without access to for walls. The eggs, which must be solution through oxidation in the
Poultry Association, and ponds, &c., but Mr. Boyer had. a fresh and not cracked-for one staleor presence of organic matter.
him was for was a due long the time its President. To chance to compare ducks kept in both cracked one will spoil the wholeare By placing twelve grains of caustic
prominence which
ways, and recommends a bathing then carefully packed on the potash and three grains of
the South has permanganate
taken in poultry mateters. pool, if it can be had without much small end in a stoneware jar or a clean of potash in an ounce of dis
summer he made an ex inconvenience. Mr. Hallock also new tub or barrel, a few layers at a tilled water, a solution is had by
trip through the East and says that a less number of drakes are time, and then covered with the lime which the purity or given
North, visiting all the large poultry required when ducks water first stirred then any water
farms and have bathing ; more eggs are can be ascertained If to a glass of
prominent breeders. We facilities, and eggs are more fertile. put in, and, as before, covered with water one or two drops of this
produced extracts from his letters that There are thousands of places in the lime. This is repeated until the solution imparts decided permanganate
he wrote while on this tour. They Florida where natural duck 'farms exist vessel is filled to an inch from the color the water is drinkable but if

brought to notice, and in detail, some and duck raising could be as top, when a cloth is laid on the lime on the contrary, the solution ;immediately -
of the
large egg; farms that we read profitably carried on as in the East. covering the eggs, and some of the loses its color and disappears the
but little about in the poultry journals. Our ducks commence to lay earlier, settled lime is laid on the cloth half f water should be rejected for drinking
We had the pleasure of meeting him and a ready market can be found at an inch thick. The edges of the purposes as probably dangerous.-
personally while attending the Fair at our tourists' hotels at good prices. cloth are turned over this lime and I Florida Health Notes.

Charleston in February, 1892, and There is more money in ducklingsthan pressed close to the side of the vessel,
found him very cong.:nial-a born in and water is then 'S I
fancier. broilers, for a much larger per kept on the top to Pains in tho Heart Rocion.
cent, can be raised. The loss from prevent the lime from drying and
We have just received a letter froma all sources does not exceed 10 to cracking and admitting air. This Pains in the region of the heart are
neighbor of his, who has the disposition per cent., Mr. Boyer says, while the would spoil the whole, if it were done. common, and the general dread of
of his stock. To show that broiler raisers count on 20 to 50 per The eggs need not be packed all at this disease makes many people im-

there is room up higher in the breed rent. once,. i if those .nicked are covered_. nnrlf .. afcine that they have heart disease
-- -
ing ot fancy we from when there is a local affection in this
poultry quote Two years ago I hatched 200 duck- kept from the air. When taken out
the above mentioned letter: "His lings and raised 194 f to full size, not V for use, the eggs are washed free from region. Many who think they are
stock of Black Minorcas was sold in a losing one by disease. Any incubator the lime, and If all is done just right, suffering from heart disease have their

body at $5 each. He had birds of will hatch duck eggs, but the the| point being to keep the eggs from pain caused by the pressure of the

other varieties that he refused $25 Prairie State makes a special duck f the air, they will be as good as at first stomach when distended with food
each for, and now his stock is being machine of 300 capacity, costs $65.It !in l six months. or gas. Neuralgia or muscular rheu-
sold at prices that any one, not accuse is very evident that the agricultural -- ___.....-- --4. matism of the chest-wall will give
tomed to such prices, would be aston community of Florida must diversify Goslings and Water. similar pains in the heart region,
ished at." The old adage, .'Like farm operations, and as an adjuncts When a gosling is just hatched it i is which may readily be thought to come
begets like," will show that it' poultry raising in some form would really naked, as the down is no pro from heart disease. The obscurity

money well invested, even at these be found as profitable as anything.E. tection, and it is easily chilled. No which involves the whole subject of
prices. It costs no more to keep W. A. doubt it may occasion surprise to the heart's nervous system makes it
good stock than poor, and it's lots of Ontiond, July 21,1893.Cholera claim that goslings are liable to perish) impossible to tell definitely about such
satisfaction to have birds that you i in the water, but it is true. When pains. Various drugs, which will
take pride in showing to friends who a Rare Disease.Mr. the weather opens and the water i is i slow the action of the heart, will

visit you. Good stock are always Michael Itayer, who is consid warm, it does no harm if they go on a sometimes give relief. But it is necessary
more profitable, for they are better ered authority on all subjects pertaining pond, but the case is different when first to ascertain positively if
cared for. When one has a liking for to poultry, says in a late numbe the water i is cold. They will thrive the heart is really affected. Those
anything he naturally gives it better of the Germantown Telegraph : better on dry land uutil they are feathered who suffer: from such pains can frequently
The so-called chicken cholera is a 'after which they will be able t io discover tho cause better than

care.A lady in South Florida wrote me disease seldom found to attack flocks, endure as many hardships as their the physician. There is no reason

she wanted to engage in duck culture, although it has been supposed to be parents. why such pains should give cause for
and wanted my opinion as to her ven always present in some sections. Thatit --+.-- ... alarm. Even though neuralgia or
ture. She says she bought eggs at is a disease and that it is occasion. Got Ready for Incubation.Now rheumatism is causing the pain in that

fifty cents per dozen and has raised a ally met with is true; but as nearly' is the time to practice and region, it is not essentially dangerous.
number of ducklings as a starter. Now : all ailments of pou try are attributed learn with an incubator. You will 1 The best plan at such times is to keep

fifty cents a dozen may buy eggs to cholera, the supposition that i it have but little. to lose, as eggs are in a dry place, avoid draughts of
that will hatch good breeding prevails extensively is due to lack o f f cheap and the keeping at the propertemperature 'wind, rain or wet weather, and remain -
stock, but I have my serious knowledge of the disease rather than can be done with but littleexpense. in a lying position for hours.

doubts about it ; for in duck raisingall to the fact of its being j present. We It is not best to wait until 1 This gives the heart rest and gradu

depends on size. Mr. Boyer have spent many years in the investigation you are ready to hatch chicks for market ally strengthens it. Hot, dry appli
says in his book, just out, "Profitable of cholera ; and only four timesin before procuring an incubator, for cations over the region are always
Poultry Raising," that his visit to the over a hundred instances have we you cannot then afford to sustain losses, good. Those suffering from neuralgia
Atlantic Duck Farm was the most met with it. Last season we were and time will be valuable. You should and heart disease should always
_.__1.. L_.. 11___ _1_ .t ,.
profitable trip he ever made, "inas i called upon to visit a farm where the learn how mistakes are made, and applY llul naiuicis over uic region 01
much as I witnessed the industry in fowls were dying rapidly and all at. how to avoid them, while you have an the heart when the pain is severe.
successful operation. One thousand I tempts at a cure had failed. Investigation opportunity to do so with the least This will prevent the neuralgia from

breeding ducks are kept, and these showed that every square inch difficulty. settling in this organ, the most dan
are the cream selected from between of the poultry-house, the cattle sheds, -- gerous spot.-New York Ledger.
Short Furrows.An .
20,000 and 2 ,OOO ducklings hatched. woodpile, and every place accessibleto -----4.....---
Ducks weighing 12 Ibs. each are common the hens were covered with lice, ounce of brain is worth a poundof No ghosts are so hideous as the

while some reach more than the bodies of the hens literally swarming brawn. recollection of one's own sins.

that weight. A number were pickedup 1 with the pests. Roup is often Goldbrick men bait for rascals and -&. .- ..
at random and weighed and ex denominated cholera, and indigestion, catch them.It .
amined, showing that Mr. Hallock'saim due to overfeeding, is also mistaken is a great fault to be continually FISHBURNE SCHOOL,

to have the best specimens, both for cholera. In the 'summer-season, faultfinding.You "'.\YNKUIIOIUI> VIKOIMA.
regarding weight and other characteristics should the hens become droopy, the never get nearer heaven by JAS.A. FISH BURN EA. B.. Principal.

has been well carried out." first thing to do is to look for lice. stepping on other. people.. ENGLISH,COURSES CLASSICAL, WITH AND MILITARY SCIENTIFIC -

These are the Pekin ducks. No Cholera kills in a few hours. Roup, Many Persons are broken TRAININB.
other variety are kept on any of the indigestion and other ailments may down from overwork or household CATC Teachers of ability and experience. Careful
large duck farms. I quote what Mr. allow the hen to linger for a week or Iiro\vns Iron Bitters Rebuilds thojystcm large training grounds; good discipline modern Beautiful location ;
olds: digestion "emotes excess of tils, ; equipment. Climate:
Jtoyer sap) "to show that only good 1 more before death, but cholera may cud. euro malaria Uv/. the gwuit e. 'Valley for Catalogue.of Vlr nla.u JaIY-U"29-A.1'Reduced rates. "11P Write





It seems a little late in the year to coming into good bearing condition,
State NeWs
{ OUP I upal Jiome
speak of orange packing, but all the and from which he has had a fine crop ] ,
past week C. H. Bates has had his already; but it is to the yield of his
Tae heavy shipments of pineapples packinghouse force busy packing and two acre vineyard that particular attention A Thought for Washing Day.
both on the lake and river, are practically shipping the crop of oranges from the is directed. The crop, now The clothes line is a rosaryOf
for the although L. N. Herrick Crooked household help and care;
over season, place on nearly all marketed and which re Each little saint the mother loves*
there is a large amount of fruit yet in Lake. The fruit is of the Hart's ceived his personal attention for a Is represented 1 there.
the fields awaiting shipment.Juno Tardiff variety. The months in Flor couple of weeks or more, amountedto
Sun.By ida that we do not have oranges to over two and a half tons, or more And She when walks across with her thoughtful garden \Plot heed,
) good management it is believed eat are growing beautifully less each than 5,000 pounds. The gross receipts I should not wonder it she told
that no money will have to be bor-- 'ear.-Eustis Lake Region.Mr. should average eight cents per Each garment for a l ead.

rowed to defray State expenses. \\'. L. Thomas, of Valdosta, pound-though the price varies from }For Celia's scarlet stwkings hang
Governor Mitchell is trying to econo- Ga., when on his way home on Sat- $1.5010 $4 per crate, fair average: Beside Amelia's skirt
mize and make the receipts meet the urday last, called our reporter's at- perhaps, being $2 50 a crate; out of And Uillx/s breeches which of late
Were smeared with dirt.
expenditures. ake City Reporter.The tention to a fruit and vegetable packinghouse this must come the charges for com sadly
grading of stock is another he has just had erected on mission, which, as a result of the Yon kerchief small, wiped| hitter tears

evidence of progress:; and improvementin Wiley's avenue near East Mims. It present pernicious system, actually This For! pinafore ill success was at torn strife
this part of Florida. For instance, is one of the largest and best lighted places a premium on fraud. Then 'Twixt Fred and little Jule.A .
the number of thoroughbred J Jerseycows I lacking houses on the East Coast. Its there are also the heavy freight ex stranger passing, I salute
is constantly and rapidly increas size is 56x80; is nearly twenty feet penses to be paid on shipments to The family,} in its went,
ing, and much may be said of other from the floor to the roof-plates, and Northern markets. Still the net result And smile to think how near of kin
breeds of cattle.Leesburg Commercial. has thirty windows in it, so that his with tolerably fair dealing, should Are love and toil and nraycr.
lemons be carefully reach $200 and thus -Julia Ward Howe.
oranges etc., can fully per acre, .
of Gait culled while packing for shipment.The deducting every possible expense I
A. W. Stewart, organizeda Provisions for Unmarried Daugh
Farmers and Fruit Growers Associ body of the house is painted the attending the culture and gathering' ters.

ation Milligan, on the 20th of this Flagler color, and trimmed with red of the crop, the net gain should be at This question of marriage would be
President or chocolate, as far as our reporter least $100 per acre. When the busi
Wilkerson the American
month. B. ; of far less importance to
The Mil. could observe while passing on the ness shall have been placed in the her
J. T. Mapoles, Secretary. mother were daughters
train.-Titusville Advocate.S. hands of a competent and reliable
ligan people mean business and} are i suitably provided for. France and
starting out right.-Milton Clarion F. Smith, of Fruitland Park, Fla. agent, on the cooperative principle, Germany set an excellent example in
for exhibition in office last it will pay a great deal more than it
sent us our
Dr. A. L. Scott showed us an apple this respect. A Frenchman, no mat-
grown on his place in the northern Wednesday samples of his two new does now.-Oviedo Chronicle.In ter how small his means are, begins ,
part of town, which weighed three. varieties of pears, the Cincincis and 1884 Mr. Cason purchased 160 from the hour of the birth of a daughter
quarters of a pound and measured I the Dewey's Favorite. Mr. Smith has acres of pine land located as above, to put by small sums for her dot.
thirteen inches in circumference. Dr. six bearing trees of( the Cincincis upon which was a ten acre grove, then In twenty years these, says Argonaut,
Scott has been feasting on apples from which will average ten bushels of fruit beginning to bear, the trees being amount to a considerable sum, and its
his orchard since April which fact each, and which has yielded about the about twenty-five feet apart on thirsty recipient may either: live single if she
does away with the belief that that same amount of fruit for the past pine land which had been cultivatedin meets no one she can love, or contribute
fruit cannot be grown successfullyin three year These two varieties were other crops until the land was im such a dole to the household ex-
Florida.Starke Telegraph.Last brought from Iowa by Mr. Smith and poverished. Mr.[ Cason added to penses that she may venture on matrimony
introduced in this county in "1885. his grove twenty acres more with trees with a struggling young man
year about the coast thirds country of received its- lIe is convinced that they will prove same distance apart, most of which of limited means. In Germany the
only two a success in this climate. These trees were old enough to hear. Up to two same end is attained by marriage asso-
rainfall and this far
average year, so have never shown symptoms of blight years ago men had not studied the ciations. When a girl is born in the
even less. The temperature, as a result and will in all probability be well wants of the orange tree. Fertilizingand middle classes, her father enters her
has been (from four degrees .
two to
lemon adapted to our soil, and prove a grand irrigating were paid_ but little attention as a member I of one of tnese societies
higher. Orange, andI I'success throughout this State. Mr.S. to. After close observation, and agrees on her behalf to pay so
grape fruit trees are making a fine says the fruit is in such demand he Mr. Cason decided that trees must much every year to her credit. When
and all the earlier fruits have
done growth well, strawberries. Or- I can sell all he can grow at $2 per have distance to do well. In the the girl grows old enough to earn
mond Gazette., except bushel on the trees.-Leesburg Com- winter of 91-92 he had every other something she keeps up the subscription. -
mercial. tree in the original ten acres removedand The condition of( the arrangement
We have been endeavoring to get The next place we stopped at was reset on fresh land right amid the is that when the girl marries, or
at the number of crates of pineapplesthat Mr. A. Froscher's. Our time was pine trees, putting them fifty (feet reaches a certain age, she shall draw
has been shipped from Indian limited and we did not to atMr. and made of
get stop apart a grove twenty from the society a round sum, whichis
river and Lake Worth this season C. T. McCrory's, but we heard acres. Every tree lived and put on a supposed to be equivalent to the
and up to the 15111 instant we find about his fine grove, garden, etc. Mr. vigorous growth. The winter 'follow sum of her annual subscriptions, plus
that the total shipped from Indian Froscher's grove looked grand; his ing, 1892-3. he went over the interest, and such gains as the society
river over both railways was as fol. trees were in an excellent condition.We remainder of his grove, taking up may have made through judicious in
lows: J., St. A. & I. R. Ry., did not stay in the grove long, one-half of the other trees, settingout vestments. Thus her future is pro-
15,507 crates; J., T. & K. W. Ry., but went down a short distance backof with them thirty acres additional, vided for. French and German fathers
13.500 crates; total shipment, 29,007 his place to his garden, which was making fifty acres of new grove from do not regard their responsibilities
crates. Titusville Advocate.The well. Mr.\ I'rosch- of all this
looking remarkably those transplanted. Out lightly. They realize that a man has
Royal Poinciana is rapidly er informed us that during the garden he did not lose a tree and no more no right to bring a girl into the world
towering toward the sky; a section of season he sold at the rate of $100 a vigorous trees can be seen. His old without making provision to guard her!
it is up five stories, and can be plainly! month off of vegetables. On our return grove is now looking better than for against the temptatio s and the mis
seen from Hypo' Island, ten miles we went to see the hot-air pump.It years, and in a short time he will .cries which beset the pauper maiden.
away. About three hundred men, is a good thing (for his grove that have eighty acres of bearing grove. i It is esteemed a reproach to a Frenchman -
including both colors, are at work on he owns it, as he waters the trees He has solved the problem. Give in modest circumstances to haw
it. We are greatly indebted to severalof often; he also has chickens, bees and your trees distance and ordinary neglected to provide a dot for his
the "bosses," and the engineer, for cows. As we were leaving we crossedthe attention and your grove will give youa daughter. His neighbors point him
showing us the plans and drawings; of road to the vineyard. The vines princely income.-Dade City out as shiftless and worthless, and regard -
the immense tropical hotel.-Lake were looking fine and Mr. Froscher World.AFENCINC. the defrauded girl with deepest
Worth Letter in Titusville Advocate. 'informed us the vines were only two -- commiseration. But instances of the

The Pinder Brothers, of Malta Cum- I years old and they had yielded quitean kind are comparatively rare; as a rule,
bic Key, who are among the largestof abundant crop this year-Titusville the French maiden is sure of a modest
our pineapple growers, have erect- Advocate.Mr. f.: WIRE ROPE SElVA E. income, and need not rush into mar
ed a canning (factory and will do a G. W. Middlekauff, of the firm m f masmsrff riage in order to secure a home.
large business in this line. Mr. Edward of Morrison & Middlekauff of this When we think of the hard lot of the
Riggs, of Elliott's Key, has been i city, proprietor of the Sanford Variety' M average American girl of the working
canning tomatoes and pineapples in a Works, returned a few days since class, we must admit that so far as
small way for some time. The enterprise from Orlando, near which place be ,I consciousness of paternal duty and r
of the Pinder Brothers will no owns considerable land five acres of paternal responsibility are concerned, .

doubt lead to many others of the same I it being covered with a thrifty orange I RABBIT & POULTRY CITn1 these foreigners are very much our :
nature in the near future.-Juno Sun. grove seven years' old and now fast ....hi.. B.CUU worn wiiu raea ca.auc.vjt superiors.-N< Y. Ledger.



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I ...

"Hustle." has discovered that common lime is a that some houses always
You have noticed seem to need repainting
You may tell that story about the hare rare preservative of fruits and vege they look dingy rusted,;
And tortoise OH oft as you will; tables. His first discovery was made
faded. Others always look bright, clean, fresh. The owner of the first
I know there that the man yho "hustles gets by layering a lot of diseased potatoes "economizes" with "cheap" mixed paints, etc.; the second paints with

Ahead of the one who\ sits still. with two cubic meters of powderedlime.
He found that after the potatoes Strictly Pure White Lead.
Of coupe he HtumhUw who goes too last, had been in contact with the lime
Hut I'd rather blunder and full, for fourteen months in
Yet reach my goal Homehow last, they were as The first spends three times as much for paint in five years, and his buildings
Than never get there at all. perfect a state as when dug. He then never look as well.
layered a lot of beets, carrots and Almost everybody knows that good paint can only be had by using
The slow, methodical, cautious man, onions in the same material, and (found strictly pure White Lead. The difficulty is lack of care in selecting it. The
Who is always decrying haste, that they too kept in a perfectly fresh following brands are strictly pure White Lead, "Old Dutch" process; theyare
Who never achieves,hut is!' great to plan- standard and well known-established by the test of years:
t Well, he isn't the man to my taote. state for months.In .ANCHOR" (Cincinnati) RED SEAL" (St. Loud)
experimenting with fruit he found ECKSTEIN (Cincinnati) "KENTUCKY"(Louisville)
In watching mankind I have noted the that kept perfectly for seven .'SOUTHERN (St.Louis and Chicago) '*ATLANTIC"(New York)
fact grapes "COLLIER"(St. Louts) "J EW ETT"(New York)
and one-half months and taken
And hold it a truth indeed, were For any color (other than white) tint the Strictly Pure White Lead with
To IHJ rapid in thought, and steady in act, out in an astonishing state of fresh. National Lead Company's Pure White Lead Tinting Colors and you will
Is the very best way to succeed. ness. Five kinds of apples:and several have the best paint that it is possible to put on a building.For .
varieties of winter pears and sale by the most reliable dealers in paints everywhere.
But then wo are not all built that way, II you are coins to paint it will pay you to send to us for a book containing Inform
And the next l lest thing in life's tuwle, quinces gave the same result. tloa that may save you many a dollar; it will only cost you a postal. card to>> do so.

Toward) winning i is to IK,I say, The lime used for these experiments NATIONAL LEAD CO.
The one who is willing to "hutttlo.1 ." which had slaked itself in an ,,
I Broadway, New York
lIa Wheeler Wilcox. open shed, was in a finely powderedform
-- ---.-. and was intended to be appliedto

An Imagination the ground as a fertilizer; but other FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
"What a misfortune it is not to experiments showed that unslaked

have any imagination. A woman lime as good for the purposeas .
without it can never: tell whether her that which had been slaked neither ..y
An Incorporated Homo Association of Oraniro Grower for marketing Florida Fruit to tho
clothes are suited to her or not, remarked seeming to have any effect upon the beat a lvaiit\KO.-AUTHOUIZBD CAPITAL faXJlOO.( )
a milliner the other day. "I HOX IATEIUAI-Tbo Exchange Is fully prepared; to supply boxes and paper on
than to prevent any ex- order. Write for price list and terms.
don't understand you," answered the terior decay. Duchess pears failed to '
customer to whom she was speaking."Let keep more than one and one-half -:OFFICERS :-

me illustrate," continued the months on account of their dispositionto OEO. II. }.AIIUIANKR1.Prefllctcnt., D. OIIKENLKAF. Vice-President.
milliner. "! bonnetfor .AMIKltT. IVKS.: (Jen'l Mar and Trcas. )1.t.. TUHNEU. Secretary.
got up a love.y rot at the core. IIHKCTOHS-Jeo.: It. Fairbanks,Alachua; F..O. Hill. HradfordCo.: Dr. E. E. Pratt
one of my customers the other .. HlllaboroCo.: John C. Love. Lake Co.; Hy CnJtchcr Orange Co.; in Oreenleaf, Duval Co.;
H.[ M. llacr, Duval A. lirady Ilrevan Co.; F. 0.Sampson, Marion Co.; C. Hillyer,
day, but I could not convice her of Hints to Housekeepers.Grass Nassau Co.; John )co.i.hryant, feccola Co.; II. Hutchinson Putnam Co.; 31. 3. Morcman St.
its becomingness. It was new to her Johns Co.; G. W. J..ancustcr'olulfa Co.'J.C. Pelot.Manatee Co.
stains on white goods can Address all correspondence{ to the Florida .Fruit Exchange: ,Jacksonville Fla Stencils,
and she could not get used to it. If usually be removed in the following with full packing and shipping Instructions,furnished on application.
I altered it I knew it would be spoiled -- -- -
way: Wet the fabric, rub in soft soap .
so I begged her to wear it a few and as much baking soda as will ad. & VALENTINE

times and tell me what people said here; let stand half an hour; wash BEACH ,

when they met her. In a few days out in the usual manner and the stain

she came back. "What do peoplesay i will generally be gone. IMPORTERS OF NEW AND CHOICE
?" I asked. "Nothing about my

bonnet," she answered, "but every given The to most children nauseous without physic trouble may by be Pineapple Plants from the West Indies

body tells me I am looking so well; previously letting them suck a
that I never looked better. I can't
lozenge, a piece of alum or a
understand it for I am not in
very solicited.
bit of Correspondence
peel. Many people
good health." "And that's the pointof orange
make the mistake of giving a sweet
my story, continued the milliner, MELBOURNE FLA.
afterward take the
to disagreeable
away: ,
laughing. "Nobody ever tells you,
taste. It far better to
is destroy
-- ---
'Oh how well look I never saw
you ; i it in the first instance.To .
Geo. S. Hacker & Son
you look better, when you have on BENTON & UPSON ,
boil that the whites will
an ugly or uncharacteristic thing. eggs UANorerToaeaa or
But that poor woman had no imagi not be hardened into a leathery, indigestible .
nation, and therefore no perception." consistency, pour boiling ..cGO w =
...-- -.,. water on them, and set the dish on ::IftI
Romody for Roaches. the back of the stove for about ten IRRIGATING arc
Prof. C. V. Riley, the U. S. Gov- minutes. You probably: won't hit it

ernment Entomologist, says that one just right every time if you prefer -g oC
of the best remedies for these pests is them soft boiled-they are really not MACHINERY C''

good, fresh insect powder, such as boiled at all-but when you do, theyare ,, GO
buhach. The trouble is to get that vastly more palatable and easily :13 0111 ... ac -

which is fresh. Dr. Riley says : "Just digested than when cooked by th o o ::J

before nightfall go into the infested three-minute rule. Steam and Horse. Power. "" awe..

rooms and puff it into all crevices, To polish enameled leather mix

under baseboards, into drawers and two parts of the best cream with one I And Building Material.

cracks of old furniture-in fact, wherever of linseed oil, making each lukewarmin Pipe, Pipe Fitting, Brass CHARLESTON, .. O.

there is a crack-and in the a small pipkin over the fire. The Valve., Hose., Etc. -
morning the floor will be covered leather must first be thoroughly FLORIDA CLOVERS,

with dead and dying or paralyzed cleansed from dust, and the polish ap WRITE FOR ESTIMATES. JfAJJICMfJO'./.fJ'llu-Nonthe, MACVKATAIV1 LAWNS OF Dunn THE

roaches, which may easily be sweptup plied with a sponge. i PONCE DE LEON HOTEL, *u Augustine
and burned. With cleanlinessand To relieve pain from bruises, and lawns. Media good go or Spotted Medick,Joe quart;
persistency in these methods, prevent discoloration and subsequent FRUIT TREES f3.50 per bushel.per bushel Burr Clover, tie quart; $ .SO

these pests may be driven out of a stiffness, nothing is more efficacious Full stock of reliable garden and field seed
house, and they should never be al. : than formentations of water as hot as lea Send catalogue.:: L.CAMERON

lowed to get full possession by immigrants it can be borne. SOUTHERN ORCHARDS. aj Rut Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla.A .

from without. ..... .. : Write for Catalogue and price list.
t 9 I He that does not produce as much JENNINGS' NURSERY CO., Pull course of instruction and modern methodsof
Limo a Preservative of Fruits. as he consumes is a deadhead in so ThemasvJlle, Ga. handling same; able and experienced teach
en; careful moral training,and pupils(boys and
Any discovery simplifying or making ciety.It young men)of correct principles and habits,are
more possible the preservation of green is bad manners to be more politeto 11H/.. war...a. .on characteristic of
1 .l.p.DltcA/" ,...,.
fruit U of very great moment to our your neighbor's wife than to your WELLMACH'YA'.atii>9 -Wl.,. A* Wall THE FISHBURNE SCHOOL,
$../* wycito,./ Waynesboro ''Virginia.
fruit dealers and shippers.A own.-Marion Rambo in American -
growers, 7500 f-9rMW9'. The America Well Works.AaroralL! Electric light and other modern advantages..
Mr. Monclar, of Mandale, France, Agriculturist, I alto,Chicago. llL;DUuTcz.;Sydney,N. S.W. Write(for catalogue.





r STEPHEN. O.POWERS Addreaa, Lawtey.. Fla.CONTENTS' Editor.f. : bitter disappointment of expectant surface of the kerosene once. If it

legatees. Legislation in Florida has ignites it is unsafe; if it simply (flashes &*ets.

a good deal too much of a posthumous it will pass muster, though not as .

and crypt like character. It good as it should be. wwww"'''- t

Caovx AND ORCHARD-Successful Peach needs the light of On the JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Cultttre; Foot Rot; A Bunch of Queries.. 491 contemporaneous passage of this bill the July 27.
Forming the Tree III; Turtleback Scale; day turned upon it by the stenographer price of kerosene was advanced at FRUITS AND "RG trr ABLVoS.Th .
Circular Orange Box............. .... ..
Rood Lice ... .............. ............ 493 492 and the rapid telegraph. different rates on different grades. se are average quotations Extra choice
THE -....._.. lots fetch prices above top quotations, while poor
VinrrAD-Scuppernong Wine for Family ---- ---- Suppose this advance averages only a lots lower.

Fruit Use at; Food More .About........the.....Scuppernong... ......... .; 493 Abnormally Early Fruiting.A half cent a gallon; the annual consumption Lemons.. ,Messina Fla., .. .. ..............,................... 1.50102.00 4.35

Fa MSB. AND TKOCKEK -Against Green Ma.auriogEvaporating citizen of Maitland relates that he of the State would cost the Plnnppl".crateftf11C11'Ce ......
Vegetable; Cotton. Pears bbl. ..... .... ...... .......... 1.50 to 5.00 2.00
aeed Meal and Butter; The Overhead planted i, 206 budded trees in March, people an advance of about $6,000 a .,., ...... .....
Bananas, bunch none in market
.. .. ..
Check. .. ......... .... ..
.494 1892, and in fourteen months he year (we shall as the inspection develops Potatoes.............. ............ 2.50
Pgvrmy-NotesCholeraa; Rare Disease low -
; in S- lots ...........
Get Eggs Ready May for be Kept Incubation; Coaling.....and....Water...... .; 495 gathered about 150 boxes of oranges, give somewhat exact figures). Onions.. bbl.Nck.......... ......,........................ 4.00 2.25
and estimates his To this
GOOD JlKALTii-Simple Water Test; Taint in crop next year at add the inspector's fees, $4,000. ........ .. .........
.. ... Sweet potatoesbbl. 2.00
.. .
Heart Region.. ... ... .... .,
.495 boxes. The Can "
for 500 secret was that when the people afford to pay $10,000 new.bu...... ........ i.oo to 1.23
-Thought Wuhlnl'DY'ProrifJonl New York each. .. .........
.10 .11
for Unmarried Daughtei a 496 planting he stripped the trees of every for this inspection ? Is it worth any. Beets, newper too......... ......... 1.00 to I-!*
"Hustle; An Imagination; Remedy for leaf, reducing them to bare poles and thing at all to them ? What is the .. bbl!.... .... ...'.... .... .. 3.00
Roaches Preservative ;
; Lime a of Fruits; .
..... ..... ....
......... ......... Turnips, .v" 2.00
HloUto Housekeepers 497 that he planted them very deep in the worth of a human life ? If the inspection Carrots,dozen bunches............... .25
RDiTORiAt/-State; Crop Report; Going to Chicago ground from six inches \would i Parsnips, .. ........... ..........
; Ill-Digested Legislation; Abnorra- to eight or save even one human Celery .. .......'.'..... ............... .{o to .50.35
4.. ally Earl/ Bearing; Grapes from Jackson even a foot. We shall be much mis- life a year the burden should be cheerfully Kgg Plants,crate small.............. zoo

County Forest**;.Inspection............of...Kerosene..........;..Kflect...Y ..of.. 49* taken if he does not have, about the borne. How long is it since any Tomatoes.Squashes bbl...........,..................................... 1.25101.50 1.00
... .... .. "'-
Market Notes Windfall
; Pears 499 sixth .. .. .. .. .....
Weather, and year, a strongly developed case one of our readers remembers Cocoa nut* ... ... ..u. 4.50
Crops; Spider Fishing; Hot reading ..... .............
........ .... .... Peanuts best brand. 06 to .07
Milk to Drink. "H" .500 of foot-rot; still, if he can fruit trees at in the papers of a kerosene lamp exploding Plums, bu. ... .. ., ................. >.oo

Louisiana Seed8...Oranges...........;..Waste.. ... .of. ..Force......;.Mango. ..... Sat this rate, he can afford to pull them ? Does anybody believe that Kelsey J$ bu. .......,............... .75 to i.oo
Cucumbers, crato ............ i.ooPeaches
*. .. up in four or five years and plant. one life a _vear has been_ sacrificed_ _____ ___ _inFlorida __ Grl"rn r...... .t,..-.,.... .. ._. _____-_u"_. Jltn _'ft
n n ; :free, bu:::..........::. :::: 1.25101.50:
State Crop Report anew. ... from this cause ? or even one .' cling bu..... ., ....... ..... i.oo
The for is --- .i -- in the last half dozen ? Apples, Georgia carrier, wanted... 1.00 to 1.25
crop report May remarkable Grapes from Jackson years Melons per too .. .... .... ...........* d.ooto/o.oo
for the exceptionally fine showing County. Unquestionably this statute Pepper, peck.................. 2510 ..o
Two baskets of Niagara was Grapes, Niagara, carrier....... .......
for the two extremes of the State. grapes received needed a score of years ago or less, Black .... .. ...... .......... 1.25
Escambia county reports from Mr. V. M. Fulcher of but it is certain Ok ra, peck .. .. .. ................... .isto .*5
500 percent Marianna Jackson equally that the qualityof Lettuce dozen.... .................. .20 to .25
in pears and peaches, and Santa county, compare illuminating oils has been vastly Cowpeas, shelled, peck. ...... ..... .50 L
Rosa 500 in peaches and 200 in favorably with the best that we have improved of late by the manufac Green Beans... .... ..... ........ ..50 to 1.00 1
ever tested from South Florida. Someof
pears. Lee and Manatee counties turers. It is not exactly agreeable to POULTRY AND EGGS.
the bunches spanned the whole
both show high averages on nearly all most people to contemplate the possibility Kens. .... .. ........................ .30 to .35
crops, from 100 to 200. Corn in length of the basket; well shouldered, that the' Roosters................. ............ .25 to .30
up the berries of uniform size "monster monopoly"has Broilers.. ................... .... .15 to .20
general, 108 ; cane, 104 ; rice, 97 ; evenly brought illuminating oils to a Turkeys, per pound............... 16 to t6"#e
tobacco ripened, flavor delicious. Hut they up Ducks ..,. ..,.............. ........... .3310.50 l
112 ; oranges, 99 ; lemons, had the fault which is point of safety where restrictive legis Geese ................ ............... .50
93 ; peaches. 109 ; pears, 93 ; cabbage same charged lation is no longer needed. Perhapsit Egg .... .15
against the Niagara berries
104 ; onions, 104 ; tomatoes, would not have done so if it had not nAY OIIAIN, ETC.
falling off the stems. Some of
100 ; Irish potatoes, 100 ; watermelons the been under the pressure of legislationin White com, small lots....... ................. tao
bunches showed much less of this Mixed corn, ............... ....... 1.15
107. than others and these the other States far more powerfulthan White oats, .. ....>...*............ .> 1.80
.. were generally Florida, which tackled the subject Mixed oats, ** ............ r..... 1.70
the ripest and best flavored. If there Hay.' No. i, Timothy, small lota.... ......... ;20.00
Going to Chicago. is a generation ago. It may be that Wheat bran. small lots....... ............ 19 0
Orange county has the rare wisdomto any stage of ripeness at which they in this the Wheat Middlings, per ton...... ............. 20.00-
they can be picked to avoid this failing way are now reaping Ground (feed fresh (corn and oats), per sack
send her own citizens to Chicagoto benefits of their energy and progressiveness of pounds............................ MO
we hope the growers will be able Feed meal, in racks of 100 pound, per ton. 23.00
foster her interests and protect her by careful investigation to find it. in the safety of our families; Rice flour per cwt....................... .90
exhibitions. Mr. George H. Wright and in that case.. .nerhans.. Florida Pure wheat. rM r Melt of too Pound........ ten--.
--- - Prepared steam cooked feed-
cow cwt,
was delegated by the r pe.growers to Inspection of Kerosene. ought to pay: $10,000 a year, more or 150-pound t sacks........... .,.. .. .per. .. ..... 1.30

proceed to that city with the first carload Nearly every country in Christen.i less, as a belated offering to the geniusof Prepared lso-pouad..elt.steam cooked...., .....feed. ., per.....cwt. ,. 1.50

of grapes and fd remain and i dom has enacted civilization. Pearl grits, per barrel.............. ...... 3.10
the stringent legislationas Pearl meal rbGrr I..,... .. .. .......,..... 3.10
superintend sale of all subsequent to the inspection of illuminating -- -- Flour best winter wheat patent. .......... 4.50

shipments. Now the citizens of that oils. There was a United States statute Effect of Forests. Fbur. extra fancy (family... ............ 4.25
(llalfbarrel.,either brand 250 per barrel
enterprising county are collecting an enacted in 1867 we believe but From extra.) .
exhibit which will be dispatched in a recent Government bulletin Cotton seed meal bright, per ton.... .u. ... 24.00
a subsequently repealed on account of the Dark Sea Island
we extract i or cotton seed meal l.
special F. C. & P. car, in charge of its following paragraph: . . ... .. .. .. . .... ..None In perton. market
of their conspicuous worthlessness. Every "The study of the stations in Asiatic .Pure ground bon fine per ton ..... ,. ,. 30.00
one own number. It is an State in the Union enacted rigorous and European Russia Bone and potash,per ton. ........... 3J.OO
Ancient dictate of sound wisdom seems to German kainit, per ton .. ..............
legislation on this subject except about show that in the western part of the Land plaster. ..,..... .. .. ..... ., .. ., ......... 10.00 17.00
When you wish to get something done, seven, of which until recently Floridawas Old World the of forests Nitrate Soda itfc per pound; per ton. ...... 53.00
do it yourself. presence large Muriate potash 2)fc) per pound; per ton.,.. 50.00 !
one. Hut this reproach was removed has a very sensible influence on Sulphate potash, 2C per pound;per ton..... 3.1.00
by the last Legislature, which the temperature. Similar studies 'for Sulphate potash 90 per cent.... ............. 5500 .

ni-Dlgoatod Legislation. declared the safety limit at 130 degrees stations in the United States seem to SEEDS, ETC.

There can be very little doubt that fire test and enacted that any 'show that our thin forests have a slight Peas. Clay,... ............................$ .93
twenty-five men sitting in Tallahas- person selling: illuminating oils effect in Whippoorwill...... .................... 1.00
six months would not December but a more decidedone ,.. IS'AC 1C...., .............. **..*....*.. .. 1.00
seo give the State stamped by the State inspector shall in June. It also that .. Red ilppen.... ............... ....... 45
appears our
,more good and less bad legislationthan be liable Conch... .... .... .... ............ 3.73
to a penalty of $25 for each wooded regions are warmer than the Split.... .... .. ....?_...... ..w..... 2.73
a hundred men sitting two barrel thus sold. An inspector was plains but there is Beans..... ........ ....'..........,........ 9.25
months. In other words if balaucc open no positive Lima .... .... .. ....................... 2.7rrl \>,>
____ __u' JI' a. appointed whose compensation is to evidence that this difference of temperature rw rftt* T.II _In....f Jr_............t www
cuuiu uc snuck I>uciwecn me ou- be from one cent to one-fourth: of is German or Golden .; .t.tpe-.b;: ;h'ti: .:::: 2.00
a cent
Court and the dependent upon the quan Hungarian grass, per bushel................ 2.50
preme Legislature, the for every gallon of oil inspected.This tity or distribution of forests, or that Rural Branching Dhoura, pcrpound........ 250
probabilities that White milo maize ......
are more business official does see
not need to be a changes in temperature have occurred ., ...... 200
would be dispatched by both bodies.As chemist in order to discharge his duty from this cause. Amber age or sorghum ......... 2oc
Alfalfa or Lucerne .........
statute after statute 2oc
comes to efficiently. With the modern improved I "When a forest incloses a small area Johnson grass ......... 150
full light of day in public print, the test instruments, especially the of land Gold seed rice (upland), per..bushel.......... tjoo
people forming a glade, its inclosed Genuine red rust proofovla ..... .... one
are slowly realizing for the Tagliabue cup, the matter of inspec position brings about special White seed rice ......... 2.23

first time what they ought to have tion has been greatly simplified, and of reflection of heat local phenomena Beggar weed seed, per pound ........ ...... .23OKOCKUIES.
been made aware of from day to day in fact, anybody with a modirum of winds and a large amount of shade. .

by a luminous publication of laws intelligence can test the oils; used 1 by his For such forests it is found that the Butter, gilt .. .26

and projects of laws. family in the following Filla Cheese, full cream .. ...... ........... .12"
The manner : mean range of temperature is larger Cheese* K creamKvaporatedapricots .......................
legislation enacted for the people pint tin cup nearly full of water, in the woods than on the ...... .............. .1*
of Florida ought to be a deed it with film open plain; Kvaporated peache........... ........ .14
cover a .of the glade climate is more rigorousthan I Kvaporated apple.............. ....... .11
signed, sealed and delivered in the heat it so that a therm kerosene// the climate i, Dried peaches. .... ...................... .10
of witnesses of open plains; the Dried apples..u..._...... .**
presence and not a will dicate 120 degrees, then take it to a glade is cooler and its diurnal Currants. ....... .... ................ .06
which is only opened and its contents place of safety and range litron. .. ..... .................... .10
after pass a lighted I larger during the spring, summer and Prunes.Turkish...... .... .......... .,+.. .13
divulged the funeral, often to the match quickly but closely over the Raisins L. L.1 oX.............Mfftt*)****.I 1o
;autumn\ Figs, Dry....... ... .....:*.dpll| ..t.**.. : I



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Market Notes. and 112 of vegetables; City of Augusta,- 11

JACKSONVILLE July 27.-A late let July 23, 4,282 packages of fruit and 190
ter from Liverpool announces that the of vegetables. w

Jaffa orange crop will Lo short: this year. A Week in Chicago I
This Citrus Fruits. ,
crop reaches England early in the
season, though it does not constitute a Boston has often announced "Florida With views and plans of the
large )proportion of tho receipts; but the oranges about done.," but still continuesto World's Columbian Exposi
cm linens of the JafTas has rendered hell a few boxes at 2.50 to :3.50. tion. A handsome and profusely
them the chief competitor of Florida in BUFFALO, July 14.-One car California illustrated descriptive

England.The sweets, average 1.00; one car seedlings book of the Gaiden City,"
estimate of the State crop report and sweets, average 1.92. its beautiful parks and the '. _
on the orange yield of Marion\ county i is CHICAGO, July 17.-one car California i World's Columbian Exjwsi- t ; i
hardly up to the mark. It i is only 125. It is oranges sold at 1.05 to 1.lji(); July IGth, tion, containing historical 6. l V.
stated on good authority that the outputof one car sold at 75c to 1.75. matter of Chicago, from the
Citro alone will ta :KOO.OOO boxes, ST. Louis-Kejttcked and '( (Washington time the Miami Indian tribes Ei .e
which is :K,000 taxes above the highebt! Navels I largo, 3.00 to 4.00; medium occupied the site (sometime
yield heretofore and 233,000: taxes above and small, 4.00 to 4.50; St. Mich- about 1030): ) to the present
the yield of last fcea&on. eats, at 4.25 to 4.75; seedling at 2.50 to date, with views and maps, s t
Again the figure in tho State 3.00 Mediterranean Sweet at 3.50
given re- ; to 4.00; showing' Chicago As it was
|Dort>> for the total crop is only IK), whilo Mexican at 3.50 to 3.75:; per tax. and is.."
the Florida Exchange officers adhere
to This book makes an appropriate -
their estimate of 4ROOI000; ) I taxes>> which Pineapple Prices. souvenir, in addition 4 .
will be nearly a million taxes more than to a iruide. Bound in I '
ever tafore. BOSTON-Choice Florldas sold to 26c; handsome illuminated cover. '
Havanas, (0} to 15c. Size of book 8x11 inches. '

TUB FlNKAl'PLli. CROP. I NEW YOIIK-P. Huhlman \&Co. report: i Trice $1.00 ; .given with tho

The Titusville Advocate has taken the lIa\Oana piney holel well this week, tine paper for 52.75. .
|pains to collect the statistics of thIzyear's supply being liruitl 'Vo received 181
barrels, which we sold nt :5 to 17e, as to
crop as shipjKM through Titusville.
It aggregated 15,507 crates by the East
Coast: railroad and 13,500 crates by theJ. ST. Louls'orida. in good supply and
., T. & K. W.. a total of 20,007 crates. demand: at 1.00 to 2.00 per dozen; 5.00 to
7.00 .
Thus again the early estimate of the per Sv. Louis, July 24.. -Pears, LeConte, tho yield this year ought to be the larger
Fruit Exchange-30,000: barrel crates- and Georgia Fruits. 1-3 bu., 40. to 4J5c; common, :80 to 50c( ; and better as to quality.-ValdoetaTimes.
has poem closely approximated. Most grapes, Niagara. 40 to 50c per 9-lb!) bas .
counties that raise pines reported( the BOSTON-Wake &, Ripley sold Georgia ket; melons, 13.00 per 100; sweet |K>ta- .......
best yield l ever raised and good prices.. {toadies, 2.00 to 3.62; in general, 1.50: to t toes, new, Southern, 8.75 to 4.00 barrel; Business Notices.

2.50 per 0-lwisket carrier; Florida cante- tomatoes, 75c bushel, green; 1.00, ripe. ORAXOES roil Exl'ORT.0 would call
TUB CYLINDRICAL ORANGE BOX. loupes 2.50 to :3.00 per crate. California lemons threaten to be l a special attention to the now advertise

Inquiry is made concerning this novel NfiwYoiiK-Georgia LeConto pears, formidable competitor of the Sicily ment of Mr. E. L. Goodsell; also to his
ty. 11rowers will not he in a hurry to 75c to 1.25: crate, 3.50 to 4.50 barrel; article, and it need 1 not surprise our standing announcement on the back page
pay live or six cents more for a tax than Florida grajKJS, mostly j poor, with good Italian growers if. they find! the summer of tho cover as to the steamer to be dispatched -
they now jw)', which is the additional bringing 1.00 to 2.00 per cruse; Delaware, markets less extreme in coming years to England next fall. This undaunted
cost of this box over the standard. Besides ::10 to r& per lj-Ib. basket; Moore"s } it does not afford good opportunity o to 12c I per Ih; peaches. 7li to 1.25 LJer made in picking, and curing California able to see why oranges should not bo
to in8| oct the fruit before sale. It crate; Maryland\ and Delaware, 75c lemons seem to enable them to exported by steamship directly from
cannot ta tiered l up as well a$ tho stand to 1.25. arrive sound, and certainly show a Florida as well as the fruit from the hot

ard box. CHICAGO-Baniett Bros., July 17, sold handsome appearance] and regularity in and steamy climate of Brazil. We hope
Speaking of the cost of orange taxes, California Bartletts, 40-lh taxes, in good packing that shown honesty and full enough growers who can afford the risk
few I people ever think what a chenjien order, 1.15 to 1.45; one car LeConte, ripe count on its face. Tho Gtinn Fruit Co. i, will join with Mr. Goodsell in loading a
lug there has\ l been in this direction. A and ready for use, 1.40 to 1.50; one car, have received three shipment during steamer this fall in order to test this matter -
good Bangor I tax>> can now ta had for 1.3. bu taxes Ix>Conte, 50 to 55c; 140 tho | '1..t week and have a straight car to the bottom. In view of the great

10| cents, while tux years o, according" boxes California Bartlett pears, 1.20 to duo to-morrow, and are claiming a big crops of future years, Florida growers
to a memorandum which we have seen, 10. future for this fniit. cannot afford to leave any avenue of
A few cars of Georgia, peaches were outlet without it trial.
the same tax cost 181} cents in He>Jueat.I4'S. I ST. Louis--LeConte pears, 1-3: bu tax, I giving searching
on the market during the week, largelythe of Florida
pine veneercan 40c to GOc; 1.00 to 1.15 per 3-peck box;
be had at Elberta \"arietThi fruit is vel'- I $100 Reward, $100.
a figure
{perhaps evena lhome-grown Bell, 75c iterbushel.
little less than the above; but the lack largo and attractive and deservedly jwp- The readers of this will be
of in ular, but does not arrive here In that paper
carload Florida
a of the
uniformity California Fruits. pleased to fun that there is at least
tax material is a serious drawback sound and inviting condition 1 peculiar ]
against; its general adoption. Then, too, i I E. L. Goodsell says: "49. carloads of to the California fruit. Its condition
thc Florida nine tax picks up dirt and California fruits wore sold here this week shows tho fruit was not picked or 1 packed 1 been able to cure in all its stages, and
becomes soiled more readily than does or abort the same quantity) as the previous as carefully as that from tho far West, (that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis
the smooth, dry face of the Ikmgor.OU week. Gross results, however, and if tho Georgians want to get out of
show fully ::Wa: j per cent. advance in the their peach orchards! what they are the only positive cure now knownto
A NO.$. prices in favor of the last seven days' capable of yielding they must study and the medical fraternity. Catarrh

A small consignment of TardifTs was sales, owing to the arrivals being of better practice the methods of tho Californians being a constitutional disease, requires
Deceived here last week' and sold at quality and in tatter condition. who have set the puce for all a constitutional tr atment.Ilall's .
prices which netted tho grower! 2.10 a Cars are still ten to twelve days in transit others who would succeed.
Catarrh Cure is taken internally
box. At tho same time sales were rw- but shiners are now picking and P. )r. KlELY & Co.

ported from the North at 1.00 to 1.25 p per packing fruit greener which counteractsthis ....__.__... acting directly upon the blood
I HUE. \"erslow and bad service on the and mucous surfaces of the system,
Windfall Pears.
FARM CUOl' part of tho railroad company. thereby destroying the foundation of
"Twelve cars sold by the Union and Tho commission men of New York
The State the disease and giving the patient
report ,gives no account of ,
others Friday grossed 11, 40.95; receivedthe
or averaged
g and Baltimore, who recently
oats and but
hay, corn in estimated at the constitution
strength by building
9SO.C6 5 sold Earl
car ; cars windfall from
per by
shipments pears
1 108 cane at 104( rice l
at U7) tobacco at
Fruit and others and assisting nature in doing Its
112. Corn eems" to ta free Company Friday South Georgia; write hack that if anymore
from the worm this unusually There is grossed 8,240.40, or averaged per car such fruit were delivered, the work. The proprietors have so much
year. "
complaint of hog cholera already, owing: 1, .t9.23. health ofllcers would confiscate the entire faith in its curative powers that they
The Earl Fruit Company say: "The lot and dump it into the hungry
probably to the dry weather, the low offer One Hundred Dollars (for any
market for pears is tattering anti we waters of the harbor. One prominenthouse
condition of the ponds i and the consequent that it fails Send for
filth. There to havo IHHMIsarcitv expect good prices" for stock now coming advises that if such a supply of case cure. .
seems in refrigerator cars as we think it ta sent again it would rum the list of testimonials.
a / of sweet ware i
and a good deal jKttato of the plants cassava for seed betting will be in fine condition. :Many of the market for all future time. But they AddressF.
recent arrivals in ventilators have been should not blame the poor farmer for CHENEY & CO. Toledo O.
cane was rotted by tho heavy rains of J. .
last winter. Hut the food cooked. trying to realize a little something from *
in 6rSold
crops general by Druggists, 750.
promise to b bo abundant and good.8IHPMRNTO Porter Bros. ay: "Bartlett pears are the product of tho trees he had been .
i >
reaching us in plentiful quantities mid anticipating would remunerate him BO

STEAMER.. In good condition, although still lacking handsomely, until tho cyclone came Or TOO IF are all TOUR worn J9AOK out, really ACUKB.good :far not**
By the Clyde steamers there were carried in size. along., Tho best" returns for tho first (DL It 1a general deblUtr. TrY
out last! week the following: 2 cars i! "The fruit has arrived generally in "windfalls" on the market were $4 a Alt ".1 1'." J leO.V. J1l TZZ ..,
will cleanse ana
It liter
luclons, OO packages vegetables,1 1,000,000feet I good order with prices quite firm..' barrel, later returns were$2.50 and |1.75: cure you a good appetite.your r '
lumber 800,000 shingles, 500 barrels! P. Huhlman & Co. say: "CaliforniaIlartletU while others did not pay the freight.
naval stores, 2,000 miscellaneous i pack sold very low this week.** There are ways of packing such fruit:
ages. CHICAGO, July 17.-Barnett Bros say: Some gathered them wet and covered WANTED, AN AGENT,

Of the Ocean Steamship line the following "The market is in healthy condition, with sand. When opened at the place At every shipping! point In Florida to
i were dispatched from Savannah: judged from the prices obtained for the of consignment this is a very black-
solicit business for both
Tallahassee. July 18, with 4,000 1 packagesof 18 cars offered to-day at both auction skinned iar. The shrewd.grower waits me, for export:
fruit and 245: vegetables; City of rooms. When Bartlett i>eara are selling until tho i pear is dry, carefully nibs oil and domestic sales; liberal terms. .t

Savannah (to Boston), July 20, 600 packaged for less than 2.00 a box, the consump the sand and draws the prize in the Yours truly,
of fruit and 7-1 of vegetables; Na- tion increases it is almost a c if good prices prevail. If the E. L. :''A.

eoochee, July 21, 5,535: packages of fruit a re-action. will' take place." yorchards. have not been thrashed bare, G00DSELII ,




F WEATHER AND CROPS. A Spider Fishing.

For tho Week-Ending July 24, Did you ever see or hear of a spider GUARANTEED CURE

1893. fishing? The other day the men of ,

The past week was unusually warm in our house saw one at that sport. 'They OR NO PAY.

the northern part of the State, the daily were down at the little lake and heard Nothing Fairer Than This.
excess of temperature averaging nearly quite a splashing near the dock and When we bay cure, we do not mean simply
8101)it for the time
being, but
two degrees; on the Atlantic Coast in a
on going to investigate the cause saw '
the river nectioti there wan a this A ERMANENTtANDePOSITIVE CURE
good-sized black
slight deficiency while in the western and spider hang I mta,
southern portion the temperature averaged ing on to some weeds near the shore I tlratlaclir, .on..lta..on.1JUlo.. ,\rr-
about normal. Local thunder. so that his legs did not touch the water. 'vouiir till dlneai-\t, SIplr. urging.Mtr' *.,from Impure u disordered Hlnod.uid .

storms occured nearly every day and His head was under, and he had IJver. Write forTreittlt. .'rclthuonlul., and
were mostly without rain or with only 1Hamplo Jlottle of
caught minnow
a by the back of the
light showers in OR. ROC'S LIVER
except Home localities RHEUMATIC,
where heavy showers of short duration neck and was slowly drawing it out. and NEURALGIA CURE to

fell. The rainfall was Mow normal for Notwithstanding the splashing made CULLEN & NEWMAN Shortest Quickest.

tho State but happily the heaviest showers by the fish in its effort to escape, the 175 GAY ST.. Knoxville, Tcnn.,
fell as a rule where rain was most> spider at last managed to kill it and

normal.needed. All The crops sunshine and fruit averaged are reported about- draw it up on shore. It must! have beena Nerve k. Blood Most{ Attractive

to IKJ doing well but more rain would heavy load too, as the fish was two '

!be beneficial to evervthintr except. IX.T- and__ a half_ or three inches in length. Tonic A Builder ...
u 1:: > )
: ( 1, C
naps in a few places 'where heavy a show, hen this was accomplished the men ..
J.I :
ers fell this week. -"
captured both spider and victim and
Western .
District-Frequent thunder BETWEEN -
storms with put them in alcohol, where they be
local showers fairly distrib may
uted. The thunderstorm of the 2iM was.I seen at any time.-Auburndale (Fla.) Florida Points and the North.

!quite severe and was accompanied by letter in Mt. Carroll Oread. THE
high winds and a decided fall in temper -----.- --- i
ature. Cotton sweet l Hot Milk to Drink. rend for
cane, potatoes| and! descriptivepamphlet. Florida Central and
pindera look well. Not much grown Perhaps the best stimulant for tired :/ .
fruit on cotton Fodder .
as yet. gather
tug has been vigorously prosecuted slur children, or for people of any age, is e Dr. WILLIAMS'

ing the week. Scarcity of labor! in some a cup of hot milk-not lukewarm, but 30c.prrbav.. MEDICINE CO., Peninsular

sections has retarded this work some hot. I It is very nourishing and, taken Schenectady, N.Y
u for
what. The r*'ar trees first attacked with in spoonfuls, as it must be when hot, S'.l.30. and Brockvlllc,Ont. rir'v.

blight are said to be recovering to son e it is easy of digestion. When the hot biKE MIDOII
extent in some orchards. Crops are reported --- -- --
to be fully up to if not letter than drink is needed pour all that is in one FBI T EVAPORATOR

average. Highest UmHrature| 91)); lowest tumbler into a tiny porcelain lined W I fiNNITIIINTI

inches., 07; mean, bO; average rainfall, 1.00!>> saucepan and bring tlc) milk to a boil Dlffcrtat l tlsn snit rile..The Illistrattd Standard C.Ul JIarhlne(, I.O .
over a quick fire; that is, let it boil up TIIKIILYUYEUIUOfcWOHKM CO.11jM>|aBU,0

storms Northern nearly e'ertla District-).Light with showers thunder on as quickly as possible. As soon as it Nashville St. Louis and ChicagoWith

three dates. Weather very warm and 1 boils up pour it into a cup and take it {EVAPORATING FRUIT but ono cluUtKo) of *lc<'j n. connects
nlo nt Atlanta CortW:
oppressive. The weekly excess of temperature as quickly as possible to the patient. STAHL'S EXCELSIOR EVAPORATOR.! CfTThl- Florida Central YOHK and and Peninsular KANSAS
) at Jacksonville was 12 degree He sure not to delay or a' scum will I Best.Cheapwt Aj Most..Reliable on the market.CtM has nearly 7U)miles of track running through
and the week was the warmest period] of form on the top, which is very disa. I kntuefres.Addrru" : tho Tolntrro llty/um.,

wjual length in several years. Rainfall greeable to most people. .. Stork 'artntntf uml Inlrlleetioa,
deficient. The extreme northeastern I'"f't'h and titnticbrrrt/ ifs,
portion of the district where severe -- ... Noted Divine Says: (here fIt', IltiHttna ami 1'IurttpliIe Country,
drought laws prevailed for htweml'Ck8 I It seems to me that it is a great mis 'I have been u Hi tig-Tut I'M Liver 11110 1'ho.Jtbatr Ifit.IMa .
for the SHrrr
Dynpepiia. Weak Sprlny unit
had tine showers on the Slftt and 22d? take to clear away all the pine and CofttlvetieftK with nblcli Ntamacli I bavolonf and other ,.'It."Sffnrry
which greatly revived growingcroH| : l 1 other trees and windbreaks, when been afflicted. The Jrrnt Hunting Country.
fruit trees.' All crop. are doing fairly) Jtmchr thf.Aofril t-'ltnlny (Irounda.has .
well but rain preparing to plant a grove. It may tho best lands for tillage, Im'atestart
more would be eucliciul l 1 '
be well ety of soils In tho and
to State above all
in most of the counties of the district.! cut away the cabbage
palmetto from the line of Ttiti's Pills i Runs over tho Central Rldgoland.
Highest temperature| too) degrees on as Where It Is High and Healthy.
24th; lowest, 70; mean, 80; average rain. they drop so much of their leaves and Prosperous towns nil its route and It offers
fall, 1.12 inches. bloom stalks, on windy days, that the best freight facilities for any produce to
Central District-Fine showers, the Northern markets. Send for tho popular
distributed, occurred generally throughout get into the ditches and form obstructions ARE A SPECIAL BLESSING. I sonjr .

the district but in some sections the to the water flow. I feel I never had nnyt hlitg-todomenomuch. "MY FLORIDA HOME."
rainfall was hardly sufiicient for the sure that those persons who fjOOd. I rerroiiiinctitl them to all tut with Its spirited words and beautiful music
plant medicine
in exl"laneo.*" descriptive of an actual Florida Home and
needs of growing cntps'1.( Electric titurmMoccurred good lemon trees on suitable land Il. v. I'. It. OM;ooi>,New York. which Is gotten up In elegant stylo-Hlx paves
on several date, that of the and give them reasonable SOLD EVERYWHERE. of full sized belt music nipereantainingalso

IUI"18th I an.IV.Y.being! .accompanied....,. J IIC_ temper.uuro: by high; wind wn 1 soon have an inrnm.. and"u_ 1)N___care_a_ rrl'fl__.will........ Eimnn.. 140
slightly Mow normal on the Atlantic to our county. Even the non Lend also fur tho beat man of Florida(sent
COMt.t ruit trecit continue to look well producer respects the man who raises y free) and note the towns on Its route.

and the fruit is in good condition. Tho something to ship.-T. T. Eyre in Ft. A.O.3UoDONKLLU.P Jacksonville: A.Fla.,
veeetahle crops have been disposed| of Myers Press. -

and the preparation of ground for fall ....- The Florida Central &
gardens has begun in some sections. When tho Energies Flair
Range stock is reported to lx in good. ,, .
tr P llor runl'N Arid. I'hn Mthutc. Peninsular
condition. Highest 100 R. R. Co.
degrees; lowest, 70; mean, 83: average "It T. C. Smith Charlotte' X. C., says: ALL THE.COMFORTS 1414:1: Offers to
an invaluable ShippersThe
rainfall, 0.90 inches. nerve tonic, a de
Southern lightful: beverage,and one of tho boat
District-The rainfall was restorers .1 Shortest and Quickest Route
above the average in the extreme southern when" the energies Hag and the

portion but generally deficient in spirits droop._ u_. __ OF HOME FLORIDA AND IJETWEEtf
other sections of tho district. Temperature IN
about normal. The dry weather BROWN'S IRON BITTEK3 includes the great temperance drinkHires THE EAST AND WEST.
in some localities has retarded With Improved Ventilated
the growth Cures Cars this com
of vegetation though no serious damage Dyspepsia, In. 'Root rany Is better equipped than ever ever to .
handle the
I I Orange and Vegetable Cropland
has resulted as y'et. Fruit tree are doing digestlon&Debillty. Insure close connections and prompt despatch
fairly well but the dry weather in places I _- Beer] to all Biuteru and Western Market.

has been hard on newly planted orange 1.,. HKRKSHIKK; rt *tr ......;,, Through cars to destination without .
and lemon groves frreqnent" thunderstorms P.Ua4 Cfcl. *It gives New Life to the Old Folks,
"JWo"I ohango or delay.
occurred and the weather was I 't1)., S .J" Gcern., sad measure to the Parents,
\ .UMaMa....,. I sun thro1aUI Health to the Children. Perishable freight followed by who and
unusually sultry and! oppressive for this I. ao4 Tau f r..a'l' IlsiUag shippers advise! time I ptuaiJng various Juno
I't'Ction. A good rain would i t R. W.IIITU_ .... Iwgt. +:.t&Jone. tion points and arrival at destination.
be very C.r ratlll Chester C *lc... &1 A Good for AHo A"the Tim*.
All claims
beneficial to all crop.. and fruit interests n _njv \ r overcharge and Iou prompt
ly adjusted.
*' **vwKk A 7 Highest temperature 91 lowest 7:
I >u | *Mire and get See that your goods are marked
mean 82; average rainfall, 0.6.1or an l Hwa' J 'via
inch. F. C. & P. R. R.

E. H. DEMAIN, Iirector.Jaekseenvlle I PUMPS For Information call on or address the un "
dersigned! << :
Fla.,July sth, ISN, 1i MADE BY C. F.. TA YIOIt. Trav. A'gt Ocala Fia.
i I = THE DEMING CO. SALEM 0. B OWLING' GREEN ACADEMY W. II. TUCK tilt. den.A'e't Orlando Fla.
0. M. HO,..
stooi i K.V:: ,Trav. A gt. Leesburg, Fla.
A milking is a poor thing with I V'' ."' '11 4i'W HENION. & HUDOELL. IUw ling- <; > V*.-Ojn.8r't 7th, Thoroarh ji jiflQulfm.nt. W. H. FULLKILTrav. AVt,Tampa Fla A
which to quiet a fidgety cow, !I Write for C tAlofu rm Af.nti CHXCAOO. ILL. ...laUi ,,coa"'al trmlninic,Qft4IfJU *..1 health r.rord' Or N.S. I'ENNINOTUN.: Tmmo Manager
and Tau & froMiom" from
M.lait.IICu l
1'In: I.nta
QN MJ-Bvou. < unifortnlra Fla.
('eNtal. ........ II.... 11.A.,'..,".




Louisiana Oranges. The box is then branded the size "CENT-A-WORD" COLUMN.
'l _
WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. -... M I JMMMM W MMM'UMM'*'*''*'''!*'**''*' *
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The primitive methods in vogue in marked on it, and it is then put into v wvwvwv wvvw To insure insertion In this column, adnrtJse.menta
car.Ve will from 100 to must be accompanied by the money.
the past are described by the New get Advertisements must not exceed fifty words

Orleans Times Democrat, as follows : carloads of oranges oft'this plantation. JJfLLS S Postage Stamp received in payment.

"The fruit was pulled from the making altogether from 30,000 to _Count_____every___ word_ ___.including_ n ___: name and address._ ...

called it fruit 30,000 boxes or about 5,280,000 THE FLORIDA STAR,"
trees, the men breaking' Seat
Titusville..the County
but often, instead of breaking>> the I oranges. We will take the crop off COYEBED WITH A TASTELESS AXD of;ubltahedweekly Brevard County will keep you posted as to
in six weeks. Our transportation SOLUBLE COAT1XU. what is going on in the GrcaIndian River
stem, they pulled the stem out of( the Country which is now being made famous by
injuring the keeping and carrying facilities are first class.'c have A WONDERFUL MEDICINE FORImllfjfttton the improvements of Mr. Flaglcr. Full corps

orange, made arrangements with the railroad Want of Anpttitf,Full net* of correspondents give the news from every
of the fruit at the start. week. Subscribe at
quality titter Mealt io "pi. &icncx ofthe part of the River every
companies and they will have cars at and will not tail to renew. Terms
The were then dumped on Stomach,llllltitt nt TArrr G>ntptalntt once you and
oranges the and take the shipments titck Uf<\ae1irti\tl<\ CltUI, $1.50 per annum. F.LUaB. WAGER,editor
the ground out of bags: or into bas- grove iTnnh tttpsof Unit,tAnrnrM of>j 'lr' publisher Titusville, Fla. *
kets. A mule cart removed the 1 direct to any point in the United its,ttid .AVrrous Affrctlottt 1 fififi finn- Extra- -- Fine-- Improved--- Ne a

: States." Tocur th M complaints we matt remove 1UUUUUU and Cloud Strawberry Plants
oranges, which were thrown into the the eaultl. The principal cause! U. sonPraityto '
This it is exacted, will be be found in the toniach and ." for sale. $1.25 per coo o. b. Good packing
cart in bulk. The cart was then e lo orgf*riqM,.,., all rW t* *. I. from't guaranteed. I'cimv & FUHK:, Lawtey Ha.SKflO .
where the followed by other large growers in the two to four Pills twice a day for a short time? 7.26t
driven to the riverbank, will remove the evil, and restore the suflcrer}| __ __ __ r..
oranges were dumped like a load of orange section, and hence there is no t to aound and 'lasting health. i) CHOICE TRKF.S at a sacrifice. They .
the Louisiana fruit shouldnot 9 of all drupglflta. Prlco 25 con i a bOx.
there reason why are on rented land among)trove trees
coal on the bank, remaining in the ._....Now. York. ..Dt'p. .ot.... .365. Canal. .St.._.._... and MUST UK SOU BACH
take a prominent place .._---.-,-.-.-._--.-.-.-.-.-.-.,--.-.-.-..v. ,rorOC
often five or six days exposed to ; 1,000 Mediterranean Sweets,manybcarinl
market of( the country, though it will -- -- 1,200Parson Browne, an early orange, for ....JSC,
1 all kinds of weather. They were then Sro Hornosassas, the best "Floridafor... ..
into baskets carried onboard require some years to develop the 500 laltcaeDtoodl for.... ................ ...JSC,
put again, to proportions sufficiently JOG lIart' Tardllrs (or................ .......a cAll
the luggers and dumped from but the Tardifls are two-year.first-class buds,
' baskets into the hold of the luggersin large to take in all sections that stand and brdiuaiily worth soc a tree. An order ag! *
gregating 500 or more sc per tree allowance C.
The _
bulk. The lugger brought the or ready to give the fruit a chance. 11 i-1-.....i'k..._....... A. liooNB Agent Orlando Fla. 7-ts-4t .
1- -
+- -+-
aim is meet the require t ---
present = ::=
to New Orleans, where they -11- t
anges and also "1.+wsr.; asc rstt"i i\.. ..1TTtNTIfLIIIEII
ments of the Southwest, to
were sold to dealers or packers. Anyone who has fruit at her command,can
purchaser would send his wagon to tap a portion of the Mississippi Who Killed ascertain how to make money at her home,by

the landing, the fruit was thrown into Valley. addressing A. M. D., Box 125, Petersham, )Ia.*.

baskets, and from there dumped into Waste of Force.A Barbed Wire ? SALVo CIlIAI'-2.000 IJoone'- Early Budded

the wagon.; The wagon jolted the I. said Coiled t Spring FOR "; 3.000 Ruby Wood;3,000 Foster Early;
to the source of dyspepsia is emotionalwaste Woven up in H Ming, I gave him a fling 3.000 Aurantlum I'ometoand all the leading varie
oranges over stone pavements of nervous force. The nerve nut I never kill- ties. Call on or address G. L. MICHAEL, Glen
store, where they were put into bar. Any other thing nor even blood bring. Ethel Fla.,Star Hill Nursery. 7-33-tt...
force is the what -
floor to physical system Coiled Springs are woven only by the
rels and dumped on the store is the machine. In the nor. PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO., Adrian, FOR SALK-Parson Drown Orange Carney
The then steam .to . .. and other Citrus Fruit Trees; all on
into tiles
wrappers Mich. _____ _. .
-p--- rwlfr4n. tn Vo f. It. T ,
I. mal condition of things, it is renewedas !our HOCK, ed u s IK.C.! IUKJII.HT
wrapped the fruit and threw it into --- Lake Weir Fla., Excelsior Nurseries. l-jj-iat
(fast as it is used. Hut nature .
baskets which carried to packers Frauduu ER Fruit -
were ,
makes no provision for the immense A GOOD ARTESIAN WELL OUTFIT-Win
who placed the oranges; in boxes. sell for 9 too cash or will take a one-horse
necessitated another amount expended by excessive care, mower far pan payment L.W. MUNSOM,Geor-
the fruit
Shipping by fuss and worry, by hurry and MORE CHEATING. giana Fla. 73t-4t-. -
ride to the ---
over rough pavements
drive, by explosions of passion and CMALL SKF.D POTATO for August planting
railroad cars." Consume! of Fruit Wrappers may ** for sale,$1.75 per bbl. W.s. FUNK, Lawtey
by the undue excitements of pleasure. now hifnc that they get an honot ream Fla. 7' 5'3t

To inaugurate more progressive, All these are like a great leakage of of -180. sheets and not 400( ) or TJO r sheets C1IANCK TO MARK MONKY-For sixty-

means, Messrs. Arthur Caron & Co., steam. The stomach is the first and to ream iu wino unscTupulous dealerssupply. l A days we will offer Black Langshan and Brown
and S. Oteri of New Orleans, have h I'. Rocks, H to h grown at t 4 per trio. Send in
in the loss.
largest your orders early( and get first choice. It. W.
purchased the crop of the Hradish- .4 OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"Printed AMSUE.V,Ormond, Fla. 7*ts*4tTILE ..
-- ---------
farm on the Fort No Mango Seeds. -- -
1\'ntlllwr4areputupillpackages JHWKL PHAC1I is two weeks earlier
Jackson and Grand Isle railroad, Our correspondent, Ir.V.. I P. of 1000 each, and each NVrapjKjr is the Peento; blooms month later;Urge

sixty miles below that city and pro Neeld, writes (from Pinellas: "Please!' numbered in printing, consecutively size freestone; fine:quality the best; beautiful market color peach good in the keeper State.;

pose to introduce all the modern allow me to say to my old patrons and from 1 to 1000. No one can Trees and buds for sale. T. K. GODBEY Waldo,

methods of picking, assorting and friends that I have no mango seeds HONESTLY BEATour Fla. --- --- ----- '- 7-8-jt-

preparing the fruit for market. Mr. for sale this year. The bloom price Send for simples and prices PHRUVIAN YAM, 'f cuttings, 13 inches long,
; 1,000,',000, fioxw. JULIUS
James Williamson of the first mentioned blighted. This is a great calamity, as toTHE ScmuUlu.BACII.: Grand Bay, Ala. 7.6t

firm, i is! at present in New Orleans the mango season: was about the only JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO. POULTRY.-Fowls and Chicks cheap.
and has the following to say thing worth living through the sum Pump all brass,fj.oo.
JERSEY CITY N. J. 71jt ALBERT FRIES, St. Nicholas.
upon the subject: mer for." .
N. B.---Wc do not deal in imprinted TWO TO 1'OUR-YKAR-
'Wc will have between fifty and i -----a lkY LARGE, IuINE
i old Orange and Lemon Buds,at Sao per too.
sixty expert packers and pickers (from Mr. George H. Wright, who wrappersTO -.- ---- - They MUST go out of grove. J. ... DEHIEUX,
Florida. The of the plantation the load -- Lakeland,Fla. 7i4ttft
owners accompanied to Chicago car ... --- ..
will establish a packinghousethere of grapes sent from this place by the WORLD'S FfllR\ VISITORSPRErNCtt. 400 Rflft GHAPK F UIwanted SUED.

adjoining the railroad track.A Florida Grape Growers' Union and ... ik to Inch stock Hag f.or o. b.> nearest Trees rail.

switch will be built sufficiently longto Market Association, returned to OrLando MOTEL road station. FRED WAIT; Belleview, Fla...

accomodate fifteen cars at a time. to-day. He reports that after a HARVEY. ILL. 6-24-6t ,
GRASS(pdfpalurn platvftiufo,),
The fruit will be stem cut by a patent lay over of twenty-four hours the car FURNI9HBD HOUSE CAN BB SECURED LOUISIANA pasture grass for Florida.
with attached into and that Cuttings at$1.35 a barrel,f.o.b. W.H, PoWEftt,
clipper, a scoop got Chicago July J 4th, FOR THIRTY DAYS. Lawtey Via 6-24-tot

which the orange drops when the nothing could be done until next day, Grand Trunk and Illinois Central
Situated the
stem is cut, the picker's hand only Wednesday, when ,he grapes were R. R. on being convenient to stop without pIng ANIMAL. MEAL, Ormoud makes,hens Fla.,lay.for Information.Write to I;.
into the City and more accessible to the FairGrounds _._
touching the fruit once, when he putsit put on the market and started ofT than the City itself. ---- ---- ----- dBred
Toilet Articles
in a canvas sack at his side. When nicely at $2 per crate. Thursday, This is a three-story brick building,cool and at j our door at retail prices. Send your

the sack is full the man descends a however, a car of Mouhrie grapes got airy Give rooms few, with days'first-class notice of table.your intended visit orders' for sulphur, Whale Oil Soap and Carbolic
Acid. A. P. FRIES,Jacksonville.IIJa. 6-14-6
ladder and puts the oranges in grove in and were put on the market, whichran and station we will and guarantee satisfaction.a room meet you Parties at the of' ...

boxes which set around the tree. down :to $ crate, suite connecting I if desired. FLORIDA'S advantages for small investment,
are prices( per, four or six can have Instate Journal.'* Arcadia. FU.
A wagon comes and takes these boxesto after Mr. Wright had sold about One $1.00 per year: sample,with state map 10 cent
the packinghouse, where the fruit third of his lot.1F'riday, two more CHARLES -- --- -- ---4'2J'U -

is poured into sizing machines. These cars went in from Moultrie[ and that TANCY PtG ONS- ought.sow and exchanged.Write .
for what want. for
Stamp reply.
machines are to grade the oranges to knocked the bottom out of the mar- CONSUMPTIONSURELY LLOYD: GRANT. Lady Lake. Fla._7'28-S

the number of oranges to a box, varying ket, and grapes went down from $1.20to CURED.To nriLGHMAN'S CONDITION POWDFK can be

according to the size of the fruit. i 45 cents per crate. The car from THE EoiTon-Please inform your read. Jacksonville* purchased, J. C. L'F.ngle's Drug 5ijl3tPOR Store

From the sizing machine the fruit this place got there in moderately era that I have a pomtiro remedy for the -

goes to the packer in the house who good; shape and sold at an average of i above named disease. By its timely use *> SALK trees-at Satsuma$1.00per Orange boo by Buds mall,from or f?bar.lag per*

stands behind the table or in a pit. $ Reporter. I thousand of hopeless cases have been per. by express. G L. TABEK, Glen St. Mary
manentlv cured. I shall be glad to send ina-
This man takes an orange in one I a "
two bottles of my remedy fee to any of your rroves.
hand, the wrapper of paper in the ForMalaria, Liver Trou- readers who hAvo consumption if they will .. Ktuka,

other, wraps the orange and packs it send me their express and post office address. Pl+. i viviitJ7NV1LLK
the box is full it is ble, or Indigestion: use T. A. Slocurn, M.O. CITY and Golden Queen Sucker
in a box.'hen Kespectfully, ** now ready for delivery. Gao I. RC&SEU.,
sent to the nailer and is nailed up. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS No. 183 Pearl Street,New York. Orlando, Fla. 610071THE





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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
Manufacturers, everything being equal ?
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The manufacturers of ATLANTA PLOWS guarantee
to MAKE everything equal. .
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Will load at Fernandina about November 1 to bo
by I It is
a second about November 15, provided sufficient my intention to build a large Packinghouse in Jackson
to warrant the chartering of two fast steamers support) ) is pledged ville, and I desiro to obtain the opinion of growers of Florida
now in viols'. I I orangos
ticularly desire all fruit par as to the advisability of doing this, and] what
growers to write mo whethor not support I can count
or will
support the project to further direct they upon in tho event I do this. I shall be prepared to receive tho fruit
England it is
as in l'l ilk
or in field boxes
necessary to have these promises in order to go ahead and I and pack it up in tho best and most careful
manner for the
arrange for the steamers. account of the growers. .

It is my intention this season to charter better steamers and im I request correspondence on the above two points, as the time is

prove on the details of the loading of the vessel, and also to have the vital very I short to tho for tho necessary details for carrying out this project, most
proceed of tho sales in the hands of the Florida growers in view of tho probable that
shippers of lots of 100 boxes will have to be marketed orange crop. I
and this
over not later than three days after thofruit has been sold in coming season.

England. Address ..
<< .
I shall be prepared to make a small advance and to pack fruit

application.tails in Jacksonville regarding tho should project tho will growers be cheerfully desire me furnished to do so. upon Further written de E. L. G 0 0 D S E L L.

103 Park Place, New York. I

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PHILADELPHIA, P.!. ** O 15 Philpot-I.ane, p
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jaBKsonifille, yampa R K a W Test Railwau col USE ONLY FERTILIZERManufactured -by the- .* _f.__

Joseph II. Purkcc, Hecclvcr iBm I
e ; Darling Fertilizer Co.

CNtONYI t I--:. ., 11"'"1J"\ THETropical r'

:: ,1P? f + Trunk+ LineExtending OF PAWTUCKET, R. I.

j r "'
,, r ? southward from Jacksonville; excel NO OTHERS GIVE EQUAL RESULTS.
in equipment and service, reach all
L :I' :ti + 4 prominent winter and summer 0. WEKKS, State Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.

r PLEASURE RESORTS Send for Pocket Memoranda Hook.FTEK No. K. ItoAtwIrk. Illork. Corner lefty and, M"lu Street

r t '' -- -..- -- ....,_.,
.1 of.Florida. train t service with Parlor 71 8 vears
;y \ Pullman, BufFet, and Sleepitrg-caN V-l rienco in Florida with ..
; i nearly all varieties ,
k carry you through of ,
fowls!", we have settled down t;
o..cV : \ Orange Groves, Fruit Farms !on the following aa tale kit'f
suited to thin climatojfllnnrn .
;z y '\ c i Vegetable Gardens nml u":.r." .erAa., '
s5* Ilnrrrd '.''
Si. "" -n') "" /l'f"kM,
7' a
(io/rlrn WI/it."o, '
: Pineapple Plantations Indian IJnu.r., 1
N .SUrrr.4utnfhri 1I''Itf"U., ,
Itltirk .
cso" w..+. + Phosphate Mines,,' Itnjtrrlnl Vrkln Itrensr 11".1.:1f IAsnya/ulna Turkrya., Id)

;. ti Cocoanut Fields -
-- -- - --
o .....pus.u/: '' St. Johns River, -2 EGGS-TO HATCH.INCUBATORS Lii... :

Indian River ** ..
Lake Worth >
urrn py ,
' + ;ttiti ai It'o Forming a Now Route to POULTRY SUPPLIES OF

Dlroct Line to TAMPA, PUNTA CORDA ,and Gulf Harbors. ANIMAL MEAL MAKES ",",
TROUBLE purchasing tickets-ria Jacksonville, Tampa & '
WI LL{ By 1
AND Key West H'y. Send for largo map of Florida, ,'
SAVE ( TRANSFERS by mail, with other information of Interest to-Illustrated any address.) catalogue free "' .

Oenera1fananr. G. D. ACKERLY, ; W. AMSDEN, '
General Passenger Apnt. Ormond, Flai: "




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53 to SS hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and NEW YORK, CHARLESTON INN FbORlDM UNEI.

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Between> Jacksonville and New York: Hirst-claw Srs.6o; Intermediate $19.00; Kxcurslon, {43.50;
Steerage$11.50. -.a+ .- -.....

p Jacksonville and Boston: Cabin $17.00; Intermediate, $21.00 Excursion, 47.30; Steerage, $14.2S
The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed *?

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. to sail as follows, calling at Charleston, S..C.' ,.

d [Central or 96Meridian Time.) both ways :

P .......................... ... .........................Tuesday, Aug lit. 7.oop.m I (STANDARD' TIME.) Jacksonville,.
City Aucunta. ...... .................. 4th, to.3oa.m From
of Illriulncham....................... Friday.Aug From New York Florida. .{\
Tall City.h.. t.......... ..........................a.. ........... ........... Sunday, Aux 6th, ii.ooa.m (Pier 29, K. R.) STKAMKR 2d, at 6:30am
ftt... ... ..................................... .,.............Tuesday, Aug 8th. Tuesday, Juut'27th, at 3 pm........"SRMINOI.E".Sunday, July ioxoa: ipra
.... ................................................ ... .Friday, Aug 11th, 5.ooa.m Irtfday. JuneJOthat 3 pm........."CIIKROKIW".. ...Thursday, July 6lhtat *
City of of tlJ.ta Illrinlngitiitii................. .......... .................... ,Sunday, Aug 13th, 7.00a.m 'fue-Jay, 4th,at 3 .... ..... MIROQUOIS"..... ....Sunday. July 9th,at at i.oopu a m<
T.II.I..e.City ... ................. ......................................Tuesday. Aug lah, 7.00 p.miMroochre I/rlday. ith,at 3 pro... .... "SKM1NOI.K" ..............Thursday, July 16th itthf,at 7 4:00: oatapm
... ................... ...Friday, Aug i&th 10.30a.m Tuesday 1UlY 11th,at pm..CJlHROKlut. Sunday [uly
: .. ................................... 3 .. Goth at 10:00.: mTuCMtay
of Augusta .... ............ ...._............ ... .... ...... Sunday, Aug moth, 100a m Friday 3 Pt n.... .... "IROQUOIS" ....... Thursday at iz m
City .. ................. Aug 21, 2.00 p.m at ......."ALGONQUIN,".? ... aid 3o p
........................... .Tuesday 18th. 3 pm Thursday at m
TaflaliMftftre Uitr of lllrinlnchain.. ., .............. .. ......... ...................Frklay, Aug 25th, 4.00 p.mtiMCliochra I I'ridap July 21" 3 ...... ..."KirVftMflf.!:" .... ... IUIY 27th,at 130 p a m
.......... ...................Sunday, Aug 27th, 5.00 a.m ,at m.... .. "CItRROKRISunday, join 5:30
.... ............................... Tuesday. 25th 3 p .... 3d,at 830 am
City of AugUNta.. ...................................................Tuesday, Aug ith, 7.oop.ttt Friday July 35th, at 3_.p_ra.... .. .."ALGONQUIN". _Thursday,


of ...t.....:.........................Thursday, Aug 3d 9.30 a.m ;;
city City of Deacon ........................... .,. .. ....... ...... .Thur&dayAugloth, 4.30p.ra For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Toints on;
... ...... ..... .... Thursday, Aug lth, 9 30 a.m
CItT..rHa'.al..ala..d.of ) ............................... .... .............. Thursday, Aug 24th, 3.30 p.m the St. Johns River.
City City' of Savannah.Ia'on ..................... ............................Thursday, Aug 311 S.ooa.m Steamers-are appoiutedto- -as follows:

FROM J *e1. .h
__ ____....__ C... U1 A SHAW
((This Ship uoe.1'JT'arry' Passenger) leave Sanford Thurldayfand
From Jacksonville-Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5.00 p.m.;returning, "
)) .. ............................................................Saturday, Aug 5th, 11.30 a.M :Mondays at 5.00 a.m. .*
Ir..oua;....................... ..................... ............ Tuesday, AUK isth, S.ooa.m -Veln1cu "
Ue..noui ouic; ........................u.......... .. .. ........... .................Friday, Aug 251)1) 4.00 p.m Capt.: LEO VOQEL., .
i THESE PALACE STEAMERS, From Jacksonville' -:MotuUys and Thursdays at 5.00 p.m.returning, leave Sanford Wednesdaysand '
Saturdays at 5.00 n.m.
offer to the General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., JacksonvilleM.
Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line), .
Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. II. CI.YDK. Assistant Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York.TIIKO.
Through Ticket and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North, Kant and Northwest vi, : T. IKitat, Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green. New. York.
Savannah. For information and rooms apply to .t..l. COI.i-:, Passenger Agent Bowling Green, New York.F. TacksonvUle.. PI*.
D. R. PRICK.Sol. Agent. W. II. LUCAS, Fla. Pass. Agent M. JUUS3IUSCiI'U. Jr.. Florida Passenger Agent 88 West Bay
71 West Day Street,Jacksonville. 71 West Bay Street,Jacksonville JOHN I.. IIOWAUH, Florida Freight Agent foot Laura Street Jacksonville. Fla.
C.G.ANDKR8ON,Agent, foot Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
R. .1. A. I.KMI:; Superintendent
R.L. WALKI Agent
New Pier No.RICHARDSON 15. North River lit, New BARNARD.York. Agents, Lewis'City lUchange Wharf. Boston.Building, Savannah, G.. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,

Third Street, Phnadel hia. IMillHdelpltln. 5 Howling Gr..o. New York.
W. L. JAMES, Agent it S. 12 South Italnvrnrn 4\ "UU" <<
Eastern Sar., Fla. & Western Ry. Co., 261 :\( -.- --- -
J.l) HASH AC UN Agent Jacksonville. 1'1.. ------
A. DcW. SAMPSON, General Agent W. I;. ARNOLD, Gen. Trav. Pas! Agt., JOHN- L. MARVIN, jTp. TALIAFERRO,
W. II. RIIHTT. Agent
306 Washington sU, B ton VIce-Presldent.
F. & W Railway office. all Broadway. President.
For Tickets apply to S. THOS. W. CONRAD,
Assistant Cashier.
CAPlTAli 100000.



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