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:
December 16, 1893
Physical Description:
29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.


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


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

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


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S. rowtr, I'ublUlirrunit 1'roprlrtor JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. DECEMBER 16. 1893. Whole No. 1300 NKtv"n '" .SKIIKS So:: 60S. :!'.



I 15ft South U'Htcr t.o <'hlrutu. An Incorporated| Home Association of Oniniro flroweni for marketing Florida Fruit to tho
best ailvantairo.-AUTIIUltlZKI( :() CAPITAL fniuxu.IKX ).
DEALERS IN FRUITS. MATEIUAL-Tho Kxchango Is fully prepared to supply), htm.. anti paper on
order. Write for prlco lIt and terms.
1 We rrup i ectfully solicit shipment$ of Fruits and Vegetables.We -: OFFICERS :--
an' now making a l nviaUy of + 0EO.: It. PAIKIIANKP.t."rc8hJ nt. I). (1KKF.NLKAF\ Vlee-PreMdent.!
Z A ALIIKHT M. I IVKS.Grn'1 .MKi.uuii Treas. M. J). TC iCNI'IIt I Socrctflry.niUKCTOKHdw .
O ANGES : ). It. Fairbanks, Alnchua Co: K.O. Kill. llnnlfordCo.: Dr. K. .:. Pratt
IIl11ghnn Co.; John Fabyutj, Lake v vt Hy Cnitcher.t Orange t3o.; u. Ureonlenf.( Duvai Co.;
and invite correspondence on Markets and Prospects. It. M I. lover, Ju\'all'o.; A. Urady. llrovanl Co.; F'. O. Ram Co. ; C. V. HUlyer,
Marion Co.; John M. Hrynn. Os'eeola Co.; W. K.: Stanton \Putnam Co.; M. 8. Moremun HI.
We want reliable agents at all principal shipping points. Johns Co ; C. F .\. Itielby ''olullla! Co; Ik nJ. Dowd, lake Co.
: to the Florida Fruit change: ,Jack on"Ulc, Fla. Stencils
Reference, by jHrniiHHion--National: Shoo and Leather Hank, New York; with full pacing and shipping Instruction,furnished on application.
tho Yolusia County Bank DcLund, Fhu, and! the Commercial Loan: and Trust Co. -
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/.\' nuri\ti rnii.s j'on oirrno.v .i.v/ ntoriT Sell Your Oranges at Home.

Buy of the Well-Knuwn, Reliable, Ten-years'-tested

GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES. If otLiJacksonvillB CziiiIiot

ftATSUMA ORANGHS, hardy and early. OLIVES and APRICOTS.
PHARS, all kind,immense fctock FIGS and MUU1KRRIKS.POMKGRANATHS. The fruit Auct'DIl' no.E *
PRACIIKS 60 varieties, new and aid.
PLUMS"' bet Japan and native ..ort.... CAMPHOR TRKHS.
JAPAN I'KKSIMMONS varieties all teted.ORATKH. TEXAS U.MHKH1.LA.GRKVILIJiA Offers the Quickest and Most Reliable Means of DIspos-
itoodsuppty all leading kiudv ROHUSTA.
I'HCANS best Pa r-r-Snell variety. MAGNOLIA GRANDIFI.ORA. ing of Fruit.
Japan Mammoth very fine. 50\arietieVe *.
\ have other kinds.-lots of them-write for what you want. When fruit cannot IKJ sold hero at a fair pricv, will forward to befit Eastern

For Ih'o'l rM t |past Maniples[ of fruit have l>eeii sent, free of charge, on application or Western markets and! Hell at auction (only' one coininisj'ion) and make advancea
and will be this year : but ouroxi>erience and informational to adaptability to of rOc to $1.00 per i>ox, on good fruit, here, as to general condition of marketri.
your locality is worth much, more.e have discarded from our own orchard. ono Sale days Monday! Wednesday and Friday; return made on day of wilo.
variety of which we shipped! 400 lm*h l is in 1887, and this i in but ono of the hundred For stencils and information address( ""
of varieties twted. We have built our reputation on fine stock--some people
Thos. !
-11M( jfacwl. An Ex-Governor of Florida writes: "They are beauties, and so ad- H- Towns, m'g'rr.
to shame novice in the business and who .--- .
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to IHJ Prompt and careful attention to correspondence. I'riceH!( reusonable.! Cataloguefree. : ,' DO YOU KNOW ;lanlsand have neverlyall F ERUI I r tmportant worlds } ECONOMICthe
A t1 d L.;,,,,, 4 iropicsand warm climate of the ( I
net A' YD that the ju.t broachal our Horticul.
G. I '. 'J"4ABE1i. Fin 11 KNflW turist_ wan already A LlV bI NG FACT
Glen St. t : in our establishment' Some Florida people up to
Mary. Fla., m 1 the time know this, and are quietly takfug advantage of the opportunity
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of getting rare plant of u.. We can supply Aloe Bamboo, Camphor Cln
ESTABLISHED 1892. 1 namon Coffee, balbergia, IbC0t'C8ri..lllcutI. Gaml(>oge. Hemp(Sisal). Iron
a' bark Jujube. Kola r.ogwOOtlIahogany., : Nutmee. Olive Orange Pepper
) 0,4 Quercus, Rice-paper. htrjxhnine Tea, Upas l1 Vanilla Wax-nryrtle, Xylosraa -
BUM HIT ACCTJOS (CO! O'I H' NY Yucca Zingiber: plants and hundreds of others.
Send for our large catalogue which tells all about It.REASONER.

imONM Oiieco Flu.DO .
run Till: SAM: or -- '

Florida and California Oranges and Small Fruits. YOU GROW ORANGES ?

Or.aga, Lemon, Pineapple, Cocoa nuts. Banana. Cabbage, Potatoes, Peaches. Tomatoes.
Apple.. "" atermelon Grape. Sweet Potatoes. Cntuberrien and all kind of Foreign and Domestic
FruH aa4 Vegetable at Auction. 2.-.000 square feet of floor pace Ample cold storage capacity.Car If you do, you know that consignment means poor returns and a woixj
Iota. M CMlty Reulln wired at once. Sle four ilay week. Our auction dale are at- future. We advise you to t-cll; on the tree or f. o. b.
tee4ed by rV nit dealer from all over Western' New York. Western Pennsylvania astern( Ohio and
Ca...... The original and only Independent Auction Co. in Western New York. Convenient to all
railroad.. Capital not limited.' Quick w le#and prompt return Sell and Do o Not Consign,

Office and Auction Rooms 1 104 & 1 106 W. Market St. Buffalo N. Y.
If you cannot fen at home ship to us and we will sell for you.

RKFKIUi"CU-QUrflI: City Bank of Buffalo' N. Y Marine Bank of nuff lo. N Y Citizens Bank. We sell DAILY for CASH and l make returns on tho day of sale.
Baltimore. Md.. Continental Bank Baltimore, Md any Commercial Agency Florida ReferenceA We turn your oranges into money in from three to five (lays, while distant
M. lire, Kq. Manager Florida Fruit Kxchauge commisKion men take 3 to (G weeks.
. Uef. S. Cipher and Scattergood' Code, and California Cipher: >revised) Cable Address, '
'l>ew !lt." Htiflhlb. N Y. Twenty years of consignment has brought{ prices from VAT a thousand downto
- --- -- ---- .-- -- -- a point where oranges will scarcely more than j play 1>> the cost! of .picking packing

People Are LearningIn and shipping.Keep your fruit on the trees! until the market b ig ready and then f>hip.

Send us no drops i or cull They don't i pell. Watch our bulletin in tho
Times-Union. Ship bright well colored fruit in small lots or car loads Leave rus-
l+me f.fU Orange rt all. They are afee.. l*.raiag that HOONH'S 1URLY i i. not only the Earliest, but Best
aBC tanH W a Se MM Or.sgt.f any DeW gT wn. Budded Trees of thi. and other varieties f
flew "iisr"' f/IMc/ say THE FRUIT MARKET
C. A. BOONE,Agent ,
Stmi-Treupteal NurserieA Orlando Fla,


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Surely effective and cheapest material offered for the destruction of insects. Its proper use will kill tho spider, rust mite, anguil-

lula, moving scale and fungus growths. It is a sure remedy for the "foot-rot" and the "blight" of the orange and the wilt of the pineapple.It .

will not only prevent the oranges from rusting, but will greatly improve the classification of the fruit.

Spraying outfits in great variety at manufacturers prices.

Correspondence solicited. P"* B EAN ,

Jacksonville Fla.



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

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

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

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

given perfect satisfaction. References furnished on application.

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

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

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

fumes from the Insecticide will kill the Rust Mite even if the solution should not happen to touch them. In using the

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

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.


AD- _



The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.

The attention of shipper is directed to the Plant S. S.Line between Havana. Key West and Tampa and South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford;S., P. & W. Ry.between Jacksonville,
O.alncnillendnbridge., River Junction and Savannah; Savannah and Charleston, and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah, Philadelphia, Boston and New York and Merchants and Miners
rrtnuportation Company between Savannah and Baltimore. The best equipped fastest and most prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest.
llrcrlvers mid Shippers Will Irolit by the Following Unparalleled Connections
SOUTH 1t o U. J). .'10UT/l J'OU.\']).
Double daily fast freight service fur all points West via Albany Jesup, Bainbridge and I Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany, Bainbridge
Savannah. and Savannah to all points in Florida ; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville,Calla*
Daily fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all 8a*tern, Interior and ban and Live Oak
Coast points, including New York Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore Washington and Providence. Four ships a week by the fleet steamship of the Ocean Steamship Company, sailing from New
Pour connections a week for New York via Ocean Steamship Company,leaving Savannah Mondays York(New Pier 33, North River,)direct for Savannah Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Satur
WedneMlay Fridays and SauNa, ).. days
Two connection a week for Baltimore,via Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Company, The Boston and Savannah Steamship( Company's steamers will leave Boston every Thursday at
leaving Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday. 3 p. m.for Savannah direct making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains for
Connections: for Boston via Boston and Savannah Steamship Company, leaving Savannah every all point in Florida.
Thur dy. From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., for Savannah October toth and sgth and every ten
Connections for Philadelphia every ten days via Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah days thereafter.'
October 14th.6alliul From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners' Transportation Co., every Tuesday and Friday
days for Steamships are subject change without notice. making dose connection with S.,P. & W. Ky.,for all points in Florida

The Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best freight route from all points North East and West to. Florida. For full particulars, rates, stencils and shipping
receipts apply to any agents of the above !tines, or to
C. D, OWENS,Traffic Manager, Savannah, Oa. F. It. l'APY,1)Ivlslon Freight nt.SaTannah, Ga. W. M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Passenger Agt.,'Jacksonville, Tim
r, I. KNIGHT Contracting Freight Agent,Jacks invilU, ",w. J. II. STEPHENS,.Contracting Agent, Jacksonville, Via.




OF SUnSCltll'TlnS across the face of the continent east you may have got from the commis- slaves of 1856? Or will you take a
For For One Six Year 1.00 ward instead of slanting down, as sion man. Or you will rememberthat peep:> into the West and Northwest at
IB Foreign Countries 3.00 usual, and sneaking in at the open 25 or 50 cents a box some fellow the: white beasts of burthen of 1893?
; 'bn1)scriptiotis in all coses cash in backdoor of our peninsula. The cold has offered for your crop. What's the Then look around under your own
advance. No discount allowed 1 on one'sown
subscription(except in a club), but to was delayed, and the fruit was sort- matter with your fruit? It's better thanit nose and see this fellow. How many
all agents a liberal can commission; will ing itself in right excellent fashion. ever was, and you all say there is millions of dollars are paid for oranges
IKS allowed on all subscriptions obtainedby But the fear of cold and the panicof no "overproduction," and you call by people who enjoy them, and what
them. Write for terms. hard times seized upon thousandsof me a pessimist because I have dinned part do you get? There is just tl is
To will send
postpaid every, a new copy subscriber of Wliitner'a we "Garden-, growers, and seized upon them all this prediction into your ears for many about it, if there is a market and sale
ing in Florida." For two new sub at once. And there was no power, )'ears. In fact it was not a prediction, for our oranges, we can sell them; if
scribers, at $2.00 each, we will send, no central bureau of information in it was only a statement of wellknownfacts not, it is better for them to stay at
postpaid", a copy of Moore's "Orange Florida or in all the republic which i and conditions. We have all home than to go away to be dumpedat
Culture.ItatoH of could allay this panic and arrest this : along had more oranges than we could our expense. An orange will fer-
Remittances advertising should be on made check, avalanche of slush. An Orange Trust :| market profitably under the no sense, tilize for an orange.
postal note money order or registered as intelligent and as mighty as the i headless and tailless system, or lack Make up your minds now for a
letter to order of Standard Oil Company or the Armour of system. change along the line of marketing. I
r4lcMElt ASH' J.Jacksonville'Ill!1 T l1l0 ll'llt' Fla., Packer)", would be a God-send to the I have often said in conversation will give you my revised plan in a
. growers. people obey the law of necessity, and short time, if the editor is pleased.
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NOTICE quote Ben Franklin, who said fools I.
A Tariff in Season. learn in the school of experience if in Pinellas, FlaQuove
this .
If receive a of
you Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower:
other. But he did
no really not
paper which you did not order, Can we hope that out of the many "get there on both feet" in that. He
consider it an invitation to sub- suggestions made of remedies for the should have said that the second gen and Orchard
scribe. If you do not want it, slaughter in prices of oranges each eration of fools begin to learn a littlein
kindly hand it to a neighbor. year, that some one may be adoptedand the hard school of bitter experi-- Tho Satsuma in Texas--Interesting
made a success ? Here I believe ence.I Experience.

is a new one: Mexican oranges were don't want to be too hard, though, Editor Farmer and Fruit-G rower:
]VIaF ethAn : quoted in our Western cities at about on our orange growers, for I believe As there seems to be quite a revivalof
one dollar per box during November, they all agree with me as to the interest in the Satsuma orange, andit
Orange Trust Needed. above those from Florida. It is to necessity for an intelligent, co-opera. is a good time to turn on all the
Last fall was one of the most tem- I be supposed that the unripe state of tive system of marketing our fruit. light possible, I send you a few notes
our fruit in comparison to that from The Florida Fruit (from with it. I ob-
pestuous that has happened for mary Exchange was or- my experiments
Mexico, is the explanation. Now and established for the tained six from six
years on this our stormy planet. The ganized pur trees Japan years
orange trees rocked in the winds, for the remedy: Let us admit Mexican pose of marketing the oranges after an ago, all grafted on Trifoliata at the
oranges for a revenue duty of But whatdoes collar. The I buddedsix
which combed the sea islands and the intelligent system. pub next summer
twenty-five cents per box during Oc lic sentiment of its methods ? stocks low down.
coasts as with a fine tooth comb. say to day sweet very
tober and November, and let them It isclassed.if below the These buds made excellent
There were thousands of oranges that anything, com an
I shut out our green fruit from the mar- mission of its about four feet. The following
were whipped until they bled, their man on account auc- growth,
juice oozing from punctures made by kets and give the people comparatively tions. People say "Why the Exchange winter I banked the soil well up
thorns. ripe fruit for those months, simply turns the fruit over to a hordeof around the sweet stocks, but a severe
After the tempests swept by there then put on a duty of one dollar per commission men, who manipulateit freeze in January, after a long warm
was an uncommon prevalence of the box until May. \Vith the cheap laborin to our profit!p' Mv proposition is spell, found too much sap in the tops,
east or northeast wind, which, by the Mexico, onedollar per box wouldnot that we abandon this State and the and every one of the budded trees
common superstition of mankind, is be entirely prohibitory, and only orange industry altogether, unless we was killed. The imported trees es
looked upon as poisonous. For fifty- give our people their rights, an equal can hit upon some semi.civilized ways caped. This satisfied me that sweet
four days in succession (see Associated t i chance with the cheap labor of and means of getting a small part of and very likely common sour stock
Mexico in the markets of
Press dispatches) the watchers in our own our fertilizer money back. were too susceptible to heat to an-
Brunswick looked out upon the leaden I country at a time when we can fully No use to talk of gluts and heavy swer here.I .
sky which the east winds brought, I supply them. It will be a benefit to shipments. How can it be otherwise? then set out 600 small Trifoliatasin
which meant steady pestilence to them I: all our people north and in Florida, Who knows who else is shipping, or nursery row, and in the next year
and fungous rot to Florida's oranges. I California, and Louisiana, if the Mexican where to? If all the fruit was sold to they had made a strong growth,
The lacerated oranges would have i I fruit in a ripe state can shut out buyers at home it would be the same, quite six feet. When I started to bud
healed many of their wounds in the !! our green fruit during October and and the transportation matter wouldbe them with Satsuma, after insertingthe
November from our markets. I see in state if than first bud the idea occurred to
usual sunny days of autumn, but this a worse possible, me
muck of weather condemned them all no better way to prevent the ship- ever. What we want is a revolutionin that as the Trifoliata was a deciduoustree
to a soft, white mold and rot. Even i ment of green fruits to ruin the salei marketing methods. We want to and late to start in Spring, per-
oranges that were sound to all appearances i! of our ripe fruit, than to drive them send the truck to market, not wait for haps by locating the buds about two
but were weak on the stem out of the trade by better fruit. So the market to come to the truck. We feet above the ground, the Satsuma
from last spring's chilling, which desirable is this, it would be moneyin have now to make and to cultivate might somehow lose control of the
caused peaches and pears to drop all our pockets to offer a bounty for markets. We must have our cars and body and roots, and so remain more
summer, quietly let go and fell to the ripe oranges until December ist, but trains of fruit. Transportation must dormant. I then put another bud in
ground days and weeks after the tem of course that cannot be. Then let be cheaper and speedier, and this at the above height and treated the
pests were over. I us have common sense legislation on rough handling must be stopped; whole row the same way until I
Often however, these weak-fibered the subject. The same variation in oranges should be handled like eggs. came to the last two. These I
oranges were not allowed to fall, but tariff rates should apply to vegeta- We don't want any auction we will budded low down for comparison.
were cut, or pulled, and shipped, onlyto bles on the same principle. Low make the price on our fruit. They The buds took well, and at the end
bring back a bill of charges and a duty when we Americans can not supply told us t&t the auctions disposed of of two years had made very hand.
dismal story of "decay." Steamer our people fully, high rates whenwe the fruit afonce, so that there was no some trees, though it required alme It
and train fairly groaned under their can. But my object now is to loss to the grower from waste incidentto continual going over to keep the
burdens of fruit,of which an appalling i i point out a remedy for the ruin of our keeping for several days. This is Trifoliata shoots rubbed off the stems.
proportion was green or softened by markets for oranges, and I do not strange, strange indeed, if all this There is no end to the blind or dor-
the northeast winds-an avalanche of.;|, "know a better one than herein sug-- waste is not felt by the producer. Are mant buds on the body of a top.
slush. The commission men groanedin !I gested. not the oranges bought with an eye to budded tree Last winter being two
spirit! at the abuse which they were I Pta. W. E DRISCOLl this loss? And does not the Italian years from the bud, I got the ground
forced to heap upon the English language Manatee .. live and fatten on his 10 per cent.? ready for transplanting. On the
+ in their accounts sales. No Head to tho System. It is perfectly sickening and appalling 18 h of January, the thermometer fell
But nature has not been wholly un Hditor Farmer and Fruit Grower: to me, the flimsy arguments usedto to 18 degrees, and when I went out
here and let's take and rob the fool worker of his to look at trees I
kind to Florida. The tempests i.l] Come up boys, flay mv orange gave up
whipped, the east winds rotted, the:. a peep at the market quotations and labor. But it is a fact, in this reignof all hope. They were frozen solid and
trees themselves were purging the i. get together a few of the Fruit Ex. anarchy and barbarism, that those exposed fully to the morning sun. By
fruit down to a hard times basis-if f change's "distributing centre" auction who produce most and whose labor is evening, to my great surprise, not a
the rowers had only let them alone i catalogues. Bring up some accounts- greatest are the least rewarded. Can top budded tree showed a trace of
awhile. The blizzards have slipped[, 1 sales and some postage stamps that you remember the black Southern damage, but the two budded near the



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gr&WAd were sick, and four of my Brunk. The latter is a personal friendof CIRCULARS OF

original six were plainly badly hurt. mine, and got his idea of it in my SUNSET HILL NURSERIES

Well to make the story short, those orchard, and so stated in a long .am

four trees and the two in the nurseryrow cle in American Farmer, giving an
Contain a list and description of the Choicest and Mot Profitable varieties,Qt the Citrus
all died, while the rest were entirely account of his experiments in Washington Family, which we have selected from over one hundred different varieties grown, rfnd tested by us
iu our extensive experience of seventeen years, We carry one of
unhurt.On and his endorsement of the

the isth of February last I had method. I have been carrying on The Largest Stooks of Citrus Trees in the United States.

each one cut around carefully with a these experiments for seven years, andMr.
Send for circulars. Address R. W. PI E RCe,
spade, leaving a compact| ball of earth [ Campbell must have seen a long sunset. ??, Lake Co., Fla,
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about six inches in diameter and trans- account published in TIIK. FARMER:

planted them where they were to re AND FRUIT ( f ROWER several years ago FREE RIDE TO SEE

main, setting them twelve feet apart and another very recently. I If Mr.I ONE MILLION FRUIT TREES

each way.) I am now satisfied from Taber has ever made any original investigations ,
their vigorous growth, that this was on the subject I have
take K. K.fare from bill of tree! to all who will come to Nursery and purchase to amount
too close. Wishing to have a few i never seen it so stated.II. ot double K. K. fare. I can afford to make this offer a* one pleased customer means his future
and fertilize trade, also the trade of his neighbors. Club together and !send one man from your neighborhood
oranges intending to veryheavily M. STRINGFELOW. before buying this fall.I .
I only shortened in the long Hitchcock. Texas. am now preparing to plant for myself what will be the largest orchard in the county. Priceof
.. stock low the lowest for first.claa stock. free.
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limbs and applied a dressing of
top Oyster Shell Gas Lime Pomona Wholesale Nurseries.W. .
about four (rounds of cotton seed meal
and dissolved bone. In a few da'sman Through a letter published in the D. GRIFFING, Proprietor v

)' of the trees were white with issues of December 2 and 9, we have _.-_ _____ .Uf."d".y- -ItoekrrCo.- -- f'/n L
the Paine Fertilizer
blooms and set from one to ten given Company a
oranges JOHN CLARK SON & CO.
complete unabridged hearing on ,
all of which were allowed to remain
this subject-a hearing to which they
and ripened nice good sized fruit,
which we have up been, eating for more adverse were entitled criticism in made consequence upon this of article the GROCERS AND J COMMISSION i MEHCllANTS' 1 1

The old
than a month. two trees ,
in a letter published in our columns -IWALKRS IN- .
that were left have bloomed twice

since I set them, but have never spondent November is of the 4. imnression A valued corre-that Coal, Hay, Grain, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc.

borne an orange. oyster shell gas lime, aside from its J.LC1tt SON''lr4I4U. I1'LA. .
And now, Mr. Editor, as going to insecticide is -
qualities, only a tran- THICK LIST OF WIIISKKY.Orange .

show the increased influence of the sient fertilizer, rather in the nature ofa I'.rkpr..".. ...... ........................91 11I! I I.I. Murtln' I:,................ "*...... .....300
stock on the graft from top budding, Vnlley..".. ........ ........ .". 0111 I Vlrclnlu Uh....-. ........... ......... 4 OO
stimulant which may be even hurt- Spring. Valley,".. .. .... ".. .... ...., ; b o Old. lluurbun .... ........ ............ .... ft OOKentucky
I will state that nearly every orangeof ful in the outcome. =North Cerollnlenrn: 3 fiO \ Sour )Marh... ............ ft 00
several hundred had one or more Clifton Club: Old Itukrr .." .... .... ....... .......... 5 OO
For our part we do not say or even ) 90 00 '
seeds in them, and not orange but intimate that it may be hurtful; we Jug Kxtra : One gallon, 25<=.; two gallon 500.; three gallon, 750. Remit{ ,. pol office money
Trifoliata seed, or at least such a close order,check or registered letter. We cannot ship C.O. I). to dry towns. .
only say that testimony on this pointis A complete price lint of Groceries, and Wine List. sent free on application .
imitation that it is very hard to see If of subscribershave
lacking. any our
any difference. I made up a little used it several seasons in suc- .*.
hot-In.1! I several weeks :ago and planted cession
these seed and they are now comingup them (for, our of are their open to '
a statement expe Standard Guano & Chemical M'f'g Co.J.Yo.
nicely, and one looks very much rience. .

like Trifoliata. :Now suppose; one of --... .
14 Union 67., New Orleans, La.
these turns out to be a real good eat Necessity Fruit for Food.
with the hardiness of the
ing orange Kditor Farmer and Fruit Grower:
stock, what is going to become of the I have no oranges to sell, but I High Grade Animal Bone Fertilizers. ,
Florida and California indus
orange have the interest of Florida fruit
try? Hut we won't anticipate.Now growers at heart and the health of the Raw and Dissolved Animal Bone.

a word as to the Trifoliata as whole people, and I am glad that you CURR7=tNTeED.,
a stock for other oranges. The gen have started the matter and hope it OSCAR H. NOLAN, State Agent.Jacksonville .

eral! idea seems to be that this is a will be ventilated by some of the ex- Fla.GROV .

dwarf tree, but such is certainly not perts. There is very much in it, bothto

my experience. Cut a two year old the fruit grower and to the loversof BUDDED ROSES !

tree back to the ground and feitilize fruit. Most people, especially the

well, leaving a single bud to grow andit ones with weak stomachs, do not eat N I IN AND ADAPTED TO FLORIDA.
will throw up a six to eight foot anything to make gastric juice, and
in I old Sat there is in Send for catalogue and l price-list
cane a single season. My some nearly all fruit. The toIInstil"s

sumas are only about two thirds the pineapple and pawpaw have the most. 'Vy.1ie' ,

size of the stock where grafted just the orange and grape fruit come next 1.1torIL'ot'O t Ir1ri
above the ground, showing that the in turn. When the people of good ---

stock is much the more vigorous. I circumstances, who are the greatest (LAME GEORGE IU} SERIES.

believe that top budding your fine sufferers, learn to use common sense Write to W. \\". Hawkins! & Sons for their new catalogue of orange, lemon
sweet varieties about two and a half or and eat the fruit of every tree of the and grapefruit trees.

three feet above the ground would garden which i is good for food, as wellas Our Specialties are: Ruby Orange, Triumph Grapefruit and Sanford's
very greatly increase their hardiness, life and knowledge, then they will Thornless Sicily Lemon, the latter declared< 'fluent lemon yet brought to the notico of the growers there analyzing higher In
the Trifoliata remains know when to and
as persistently eat, not on an
quantity)\ and quality of acid than any other variety.
dormant until the middle or last of empty stomach. Eat more fruit and
'V..V.. Ilctwlcin 5fc JSortas,
Match. drink less tea and coffee. GOCJ."uto'v Il'lL.a.
As to the bet method of budding THOMAS K. RICHARDS. -- ----

high up, or low down for that matter, Garden of Kden, Fla.,.Nov.. ath, 1893. GENUINE BERMUDA ONION.
I have found that by making the cross

cut below instead of above, and pushing Hunters in South report Florida alligators this more season numerous Our wed of the Genuine Bermuda Onion crop of I 1803: will I IHJ ready October

the bud up, thus leaving no slit than ever before. I 1st Send in your order now. We have both varieties the White and Pale Red.

for water: to get into, almost every bud Price |per packet 5c: i oz.. 15e1 oz.. 2 lea J 111,., 85c; lib, 1.00: ostpaid.j
will I live. I tried waxed cloth faith- Mr. John Wurtz has sold his large H. G. HASTINGS AND CO. SEEDSMEN
fully but with poor success. The heat grove on Lake Swann to Mr.( Ryan of ,

seems to melt the tallow and let it Syracuse, X. V., for $52,000, and a It"1te..lclCl"1..e.Flcl.: .
penetrate the cut. Plain cotton cloth good; investment it is.-Melrose item 40 1 page Illustrated 1 Catalogue free.

strips; or soft white string answers per- in Green Cove Spring.
300 Acres In Nursery. Thirty-Fifth Year.
fecttyftif well wrapped. There is an unusual demand at the
81.3 J O I \J..., .l. .I E S:
I will that Mr. C.W.
In .
closing, say United States land office in Gaines.

Campbell for the second time in ville for lands. Within the past few F R U I T T R E E S Specially Peach, Orients adapted! Plum to Florida and and Pears wib-tropical Japan Persimmons countries.

remarks about root-pruning orange weeks the applications for homesteadshave strawberries. guavas, Giant Loquat etc etc Rare Conifer and !road-leaved Hvergrrens,Camel.
intimate that this ideais Han. Azalea, 50.000 Palms 30.000 Camphor Tree, Hedge Plants. Open Ground Grown Koe. The
trees, seems to been greater than during any Green House Department is complete in plants of every class suited to Southern Horticulture. Catalogue
original with Mr. Taber or Prof. single month for years. .No(ree.Agents.Address p. J. BERCKMANS, Fruiuand Nurseries Augusta,Ga.





North, such fertilizers containing twice as! I There are several. manufacturers who the exchange. Then by purchasing
FSl1m Chemistry' much available phosphoric acid as ammonia I sell "Fruit and Vine" fertilizers of quite phosphoric acid and potash, and mixing -
or Ktasli. In cereals when the similar minimum i
] !; guaranteed ;analysis.
them with the meal he will have
seed begins to form, there is a very considerable I That of the Pioneer i is as follows: Ammonia ,
Formulas and Material for Orange transference from and another complete fertilizer: to supplement
impov.erishmcnt 2 per cent., available phosphoric' : '
Grove Fertilizing. of the foliage of starch com- acid !5 i IIt'r cent. Potash 10 per' cent., for his store of barnyard l manure.
H4fcer Farmer and Fruit Grimct IKjunds: to IKifeet the grain, and it is as is well known where a i enalty is attached -Prof. A. A. Persons, in Bulletin 20,
In opening: the' subject I will say that proved 1 that phosphoric acid, in liberal to furnishing goods below the Florida Experiment Station.
1 t&Jtll try to truHt all the interests concerned supply' in the sap: is necessary: to this! guarantee it i is not the average of the -. *- .
and in <'l'sti. straddle of two three points but the
feiny, as simple u manner IIm or How to Live at Homo.Ktlitor .
as the technical l nature of tho ..ul cctsJ While the young orange: i is growing: minimum which constitutes a criminal
J permits will endeavor to present! to orange there is doubtless somewhat oft similar offense. Farmer and Fruit Grower:
growers the scientific reasons: most transference in building up the tissues:! The difference in value between this One of the good men of the Scriptures
worthy of consideration. in dealing with till the juices begin;: to accumulate!; amid and the formula of sulphates!' I have' J given,: expressed a desire that his ene
tlwKs much vexed questions as: considerable 'phosphoric acid must l he would be * In the i pRst there has been great M-II rendered insoluble! by iron comM| >unds, in for available phosphoric: acid and &.20:! : further and beg that all friends and
HtivenesH manifested by comitoundcrs; the t soil, we should! nearly double the pro- for |iKtash! or a total: of $SH!>l.i.; my
manufacturers of complete fertilizers, | ortion indicated. by the Station anal In this case I have calculated the ammonia I enemies will write something for the
and .great. ,siren' haw U-en placed l on the ysis.As! of the .Fruit ami Vine as, sulphate, I. farm department of your paper.
excellence ot certain formulas-the private many inquire if a fertilizer! cannot though considerable! organic, : nitrogen: i is Why do not the farmers give their
property) of these jKirties! gained L at be compounded which contains no waste :j I used 1 as filler with the sulphate ammonia experiences ? It does me good to
jgreut expense ()by the users?) after long material, I will state that acomjKmiid of I of the acidulated IMHIC to bring the ammonia & read the letters of Major(
m4d l experience., one 'half nitrate 'If> potash" !' and one half up to the ntranh.'l": They say Campbell
In the light,: knowledge disseminated! precipitated' phosphate: : of lime ((27 percent hWO use largely sulphate: of :UlIlHouiaI /' and a few others who are able to
by the experiment stations of the country reverted phosphoric' acid), would I whereas animal raw bone treated l with raise their own "hog and hominy."
thin sort of talk is' now rubbish.!' contain the four pfinciil" | fertilizing! ; ingredients I :acid enough,: to make all the phosphoric, Orange growers fill column after
The methods of calculating proportions) ) : without waste' ;and would analyze acid soluble. would! give but I\2 to la percent column with experience and advice
and combining different raw materials, about S per cent :ammonia, IJl.ftO: :) i Itt.'r r phosphoric' !! ;acid :and 1 H tot lK'r cent and con on the
are now MO generally understood, and soeomiderahly cent, phosphoric acid and' :IhJ! |per cent ammonia In making a formula) therefore pro orange question.
practiced, that any mention potash. I one-half dissolved animal. Ixme would This of course is of great value to
I way inuke of guaranteed I)rcentage;: It would bo in about the right projnir- 1' yield (n i per cent. soluble phosphoric' acid every resident of the State. Doubt
i W morely for the purpose of comparing>| tions, and would cost t for raw materials or, to l he on the safe side with uncertain less there is money in the course of
pnictico with modern scientific iniorma- unmixed at wholesale! by the nmt..riallikt' l minimum of 5
quantity >one, a |>cr time in an orange grove, but it is like
in New York, alM.ut $SMK() ( ) per ton. cent. phosphoric acid and i tito 1 )per cent
Uml.rJae use of waste and. low grade material It is a little cheaiK-r (' unit, and. safer I ammonia as ,sulphate.If trying to cheer up an army, footsore:
in the fertilizing of field.I crops' at for the trees to have all the elements in the best: quality of double. manure and faint from starvation, by pointing -
the, North, and application of the practice the form of sulphates: using tho double salt i is used I, one-half I i in a mixture should. to an immense chain of moue
of using such a fertilizers on Florida manure salt, gaining thereby magnesia; yield nut less: than 1:> |*T cent.. but l lI IS tains and assuring them that if they
heU-s1, ha) so distorted the i oint of view and from all the others! sulphate, which I per cent is a safe minimum) to cover 1 live to cross to the other side they
in feeding orange: tree, that it i is necessary is a fixer of ammonia, and( a constitutional i| variation in quality and. mixing, while as will find abundance of
to go back to first principles.' Commercial tonic insecticide! and fungicide for 1 the ammonia must: t 1 IK? raised from '| to :* an provisions.
fertilizer manufacturers tell us tho trees. Therefore by mixing' Ji sulphate [I percent, by adding. other material the What I want is some advice and encouragement
that crops need nitrogen, P tusk, andplioMphoric of ammonia, dissolved\ "' bone {j |K)tash has, to IK- cut down from I 12: to Wi for the man of limited
acid, but I have; yet! to seewifefactory )lack or bone ash, and A double manure) l pcr cent to allow of this oK>ration, and means, who ha a family to support
: reasons given by any one :salt, we would analyze a minimum of I organic nitrogen; cheaper than commerHal and who must have assistance at the
hoe fur supplying fixed percentages' of 4 J JUT cent, ammonia, !54 per cent available I sulphate, of ammonia. time.
thw-e elements in any given kind of ma- phosphoric acid, and 13: per cent I There are other ways of using; material present
terials. potash" and would expect the sulphate I by fertilizer manufacturers: that nCt'Cll'XI'lanatloll Even though orange growing is
One of the 1h -discoveries made in agricultural of lime of the IMMIO black: and sulphate.. of profitable we cannot afford to become
chemistry experiments, was magnesia;' of the |stashalts! to fix ammonia I IS. S. UUIIUAUD.Concluded a one-crop State, where failure of a
the fact that nature's normal form enough to bring this element up [ next week 1 single crop means universal starva
of Hipplying' nitrogen to plants) was to tho nitrate of |>otash; rates' .w.
nitrate of otash. The materials for this fertilizer tion. A trip through the cotton belt
as j) Nitrate of jtota.-h, takingthe Value! of Home-Mado Manure.
]however, is the most' expensive of agricultural average. of prices! would cost! about of the South, the corn belt of Kansasor
chemicals, and Hats other material $3:JHOO<; ( ) per ton l I y the quantity} in'eiv Perhaps one of the chief sources of the wheat belt of the Dakotas or

,, n"ed aro more or IC+B speedy, healthful York, and it would cost from 84 tn6:: I profit of a well-kept farm is the Minnesota t will prove the fallacy of
and economical sul4jt ltc$. per ton to freight;: haul and mix them.In I manure obtained from stock. NV such a course. In the words of HOPaceGreeley
If nitric acid could bo MbsorUnl byj addition to these: expenses: ready farmer who is desirous of farnungeconomiC'atl
j).l*.ntH. without burning,: them,there would mixed commercial fertilizers usually I ; : "A diversity of pursuits
this im I
bo no Ut'l.'C1 l of |po tash. cosl: from $4. to ttt f; |per ton more than neglects very is indispensable to general activityand
If phosphoric acid could 1 bo absorbed homo mixtures of the same materials. I portant matter. Cnless properly enduring}; prosperity."
without exerting corrosi\e action, there This represents' interest: on capital, warehouses cared fur manure is sure rain ly to According to the law of impenetra.
would IH no necessity for lime. ) machinery for regrinding, and lose much of its value. bility, no two bodies can the
Now, pure nitntte of potash, analyzes'! running) expenses in doing) business.! All manure does not the occupy
53.41-100) jK.r cent nitric acid < N O* ), The home mixer should allow about this! I possess same space at the same time. Carry
which equals ]13.S-10: JHT cent! of nitro- i for the lumpy condition of his mixture, j j same agricultural value, neither does this into our homes; we cannot save
x jfeii and4.i..V.!> 100 I per cent. |>ota'h ( K ,! Oa I, I which will (U- somewhat slower in lt- the excrement f from one animal posse any money and at the same time liveon
the proMrtion' ] of nitrogen to potash IMV .' coining elll'ltircr rusting of all tools s the same value at different times. canned goods and other food stuffs
iitg almost exactly three to ten, or adding' on which! tllt'cltl.settles: and for use and The manure from a well)) fed animal is several thousand miles to the
J to tho nitrogen to calculate the ammonkt wear of the floor on which he mixes. much more valuable than that from a brought
the proportion of nitrogen as ammonin In estimating: the guaranteed analysesof consumer; these goods coming in
would IK ;11| to 10) of jiotash. manufacturers, it must be remem- F poorly fed one. The droppings of a squeeze the money out.
The average of analyses of oranges: ored l that where a :straddle is u"ed, only half starved animal possess little valueas Let the farmers write and tell how
mtde by tin cht'miKt'lCfour! State Expcr- tho minimum i is guaranteed, for usually\ a fertilizer. It is hardly profit ible this can be avoided. Show us the
ntStation, shows that lime is' found in any excess of;an ingredient arise! froiii to use, but when the animal has been best method of raising the
orangwin very nearly the proportion"' of uneven mixing, and there is a corresponding rich corn on
well fed diet of cotton-seed
on a
revertiil phosphate' ;of I lime, excess of deficiency in 1'00111otlwr ele different soils, hammock, high pine,
limv usually Ix'ing balanced by deficiency ment. For convenience in estimating meal or wheat bran, it has been proven low pine, etc. Tell how we can
of l'utWih i' which app aremitly would in- the value of fertilizers by the guaranteed, that the plant food locked up in the raise the necessary fodder which will
tfiettte t that some nitrogen was alsorlxMI. analyses, or of comparing such' ;analyses animal manure is more valuable from enable us to fill our beet and pork
nitrate of lime. ('alculated from analysts with the alMivc formula it should be
JH & remembered a standpoint than was the food
barrels home. Give viewsas
of the fruit only, the chemist! estimated that 1 }jeer cent! i is, 1 jHiund in at us your
itself when purchased market.
that a complete: fertilizer shouldanalyse per 100>i), or :'JO>>t) (tounds doer| ton, :and that to surest means of securing a good
4 t per cent nitrogen: which nitrogen: as ammonia in sulphate of ammonia When fed to stock, cotton seed mealis crop of potatoes, both irish and sweet,
would equal'. per' wnt. ammonia, "J.7-10 is' valued: by the. :State' chemist' known to produce a manure of ex and how we can store them for future
phosphoric acid and hi. |is'r ('('lit. )totash.These this year at 15J cents" pt'r |mnd; in nitrate cellent quality. These seeds are now use. I In other words, write about
t tinmte: 1ol, however, were from of soda, dried blood and azotiu, at used in immense quantities as a source know about
and IK I 15: cents tine tankage, fish and anything you anything
only a few stH.-cimens I-HU hardly ; in ) :" scrap
of in the manufacture of
ooft4dcrtd final as to the proportional finely anmn.lmixt.ocl. l material ;at 13 cents; nitrogen commercial that can be used to feed man or
needs of the citrus as to 'phosphoric acid, in ordinary bone, fish scrap; etc., at I 12! fertilizer, but it would be much beast, and you can then he down at
for in California where t the soil i is usually! cents, ; coarse bone, fish scrap, etc., 10 better for the farmer who grows hisseed night with the assurance that you
a$$ rich in jiotttsh as ours'! is \poor, tho formula cents: available phosphoric' acid from all to exchange them for an equal have done something to benefit
ligun from similar) analyses' I"OUfl't'K)1; cents; potash in sulphate and weight of hulls and meal. The manufacturer fellow your
ammonia ::1,7I carbonate free from chlorine 54 man.
would IKS 10Pl.r! ) cent nearly '
|4tosplMric acid, and 1I.( ( ((34 jKtash. As cents. ; in muriate kainit, etc., 4)) cents. is generally willing to make Yours, for living at home.
the wood! anti foliage of the tree must i be One jH'r cent therefore, more or less" of this agreement, and finds his profit in \\'w. F. I HAWLEV.Fte .
t"otp4deretl as well as the fruit, a larger) :ammonia as sulphate. means a difference the oil collected from pressing the Gnaws(,
l 1oi-,portion of phosphoric' ;acid. than the in value of $3.10 I>er ton, or as fine seed. Upon the other hand. the oil _..L.___ _. .. -
abo\'t' would indurate is needed, though tankage, etc., of :: .OU( One) |per cent in the seed has no fertilizing value, For the want of lumber buildings in
DOt Gel knee, as is! sent ]here in many f'rare more or I less of available plKfe-phoric acid and in this the tanner would the I tar tow section, are greatly delayed.
WiIeftJ tkat orttono4l like UH>;? i is worth $1.00, and the imo. of sulplwteof way,
fwc fewafe ow time\ poUvsh tOn of the I pt<4th. gain more real p'!<1nt food by making The mills cannot supply the def111nd.'rich .


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Trees, Strawberries,
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ER .VD] TI\ <(ERA I the firs request of our corre I If planted early the peas will ripen
I shall. ever be willing to and leaves fall from the vines in time
-- I to our agricultural journals for beggar weed to come up through
reliable information that will and between the vines, the latter com
Colony With Plan.
a I farming in Florida more practi ing up very late in the season. The
H4Kr farmer and Fruit Grower: I induce homeseekers to locate crab grass will also come up throughthe
A long desired visit to Avon Parkis State chosen by myself and chil vines if denuded of leaves, and
being realized; have been here some for a home. grow very high, making \with the peasan
ten days. I assume that most of I Wonderful Pea requires simi-- immense vegetable growth to be
your readers know a good deal about of soil to any other returned to the soil for humus. The
the place, since it is the best advertised pea. Newly cleared land needs pea may be cultivated, however, to
enterprise in Florida, if not in I[ to be plowed, and it the prin- completely mulch the ground and keep
any other State. object be a crop of peas, fur- down ether occupants of.the soil.
To one who wants to know what is may be made six feet apart and The pea will bear continuous plant-
the matter with Florida, I know of planted four feet apart in the ing on the same land. Hut it preparesthe
nothing that will enlighten him more Plant enough peas in a hill to ground admirably for other crops,
than a visit to this place at the pres- I two healthy stalks in a hill. It i and best results in practical arming
ent time. : well to have over three, and I are obtained by alternating crops if
Here he will seethe much lamentedlack will answer. The! pea needs the same ground is yearly used for
of system and enterprise so general )' of room, and! one stalk will peas. I would recommend bone and
in the State, brought in sharp runners to cover a good deal potash to be applied as experience
contrast with what a well digested should dictate.It .
plan, strictly carried out, will do in i forage is the main object and is difficult to make a universal ruleto
the wildest part of Florida. Seeing cuttings are intended, the suit all soils and conditions. I have
what 1 have here I can no longer I may he made three or four feet given above some general rules that
doubt that Florida is lagging: two or J and three feet in the row, and experience has shown more necessary
three decades behind what she might cut as often as they come in the cultivation of this new claimantof
l he, if better plans were followed. In bloom The pea will grow up the attention of the farmers and
the face of so much stagnation and three feet and
ence.'I'o two or commence fruit growers. So far as our experience -
discouragement, large sales of landsare ; out runners. When begin has gone, and our mistakes
being made weekly. The hotelis to bloom and before covering the through ignorance have permitted, the
full of intended settlers, of the very is the time to cut the green claims of the originators have been
t best class. Everybody is busy build or for pea hay After two or made good, and so confident am I
ing, clearing land and planting. Of cuttings, let the vines mature the and those who have filled their barns
how many places in Florida or any therefrom and are now feeding it to
State can this be truthfully asserted ? I newly cleared land no fertilizer work horses and milch cows, that the
It would be well for the State if she and on no soil is nitro- great need of Florida to make general
could have as wise management of r fertilizer required) the pea farming practical has been discovered,
her affairs as obtains in this model its ammonia from the atmos- that I do not hesitate to most earnestly
communit).. Hut that would not be On old ground a light appli I recommend its general adoption on
i politics of the kind our average statesmen of bone and potash will nat- all farms, but particularly on the light
delight in. Here the race increase the yield of peas. clay and sandy lands of the South.
problem is solved, by havingno forage the pea may be planted GJ.O.V.: HASTINGS.
negroes to be taken into )' in the spring as will escape Int d.chrn. Ft*.
consideration in any way. No liquor frosts and from that time on .
question by having no liquor, or any first of June. Tho Sweet Potato Crop.
body who delights in it. No loafing..!; will tell whether the planting Htlitor Fanner and Pruit Grower:
marshal, paid for doing nothing, as in pea between rows of orange The sweet potato crop is growing
nearly every town of a dozen houses will cause root knot. The pea in importance every year. There is
in this State. The same money paysa i. planted where peach trees a hundred bushels raised now where
minister of the Union church, whois been removed that had root knot, there was one raised ten years ago.
also teacher of the school, which 1 was no appearance of root Over one hundred bushels are ship-
would be required for the regulation on the roots of the peas. I woul ped daily from this station alone,
marshal. but one row of the pea between mostly to New Orleans, while as many
The other special claims of. the settlement I orange trees, nor more than two more are hauled to Mobile and other
are no malaria, no killing I between small orange trees. The points around about. Yams are
frosts, and Jo mosquitoes.Tfeire } I also said to be more free from mainly grown for this purpose. It
can be no doubt that all these than other field poos. seems strange how soon Northern


people become fond of the yams after apart, or straddles with his hind legs, I| white in plumage, but the legs and for that reason it should be used with
being here a short time. They wont there is a weakness in his loins and bill. are flesh color. As a table fowlit great: care, unless it is manipulatedbe'ore
look at those kinds they were accus- the kidneys are disordered. Heavy is superior to the Pekin, havingmore being used, if it is accumulatedin
tomed to. Two kinds are mainly pulling bends the .knees. Bluish, breast meat. The Rouen duckis a pure state. With a convenient
grown-forked leaf or pumpkin and milky-cast eyes in horses indicate fully the equal of the others, but fowlhouse the droppings are easily
round leaf or Peruvian Yam. The moon blindness or something else. A being of variegated color it cannot saved by having dry earth spread un-
Peruvian received an extensive no. bad-tempered one keeps his ears compete with the Aylesbury or Pekin der the perches, which with the droppings
tice by the late Prof. Stelle, and was thrown back; a kicking horse is apt to except for ornament; but it is, with- when in proper proportion,
illustrated in American Garden. This have scarred legs; a stumbling horse out doubt, the most beautiful of all may be taken up and put in barrels to
potato is crowding out the PumpkinYam. has blemished knees. When the skinis the aquatic domestic birds. i be used as wanted. We have used
It is more productive and is a rough and harsh and does not move .-.-. enough of this kind of manure to
good keeper, keeping in good condi easily to the touch, the horse is a Tho Breeding Turkeys. know that it may be applied to any
lion a long time. heavy eater and digestion is bad. New blood shows more improvement kind of crop to advantage and our
Vinelesfe is another new kind of the I Never buy a horse whose breathing with turkeys than any other kindof observation of results where it has
yam type. This is very productive organs are at all impaired. Place poultry. The best foundation i is been used by others confirms our be.
even mOl so than the Peruvian, and, your carat the heart and if a wheez- the common stock. Discard all the lief in the efficiency of this kind of
in my estimation, a better potato. ing sound is heard it is an indicationof I males and procure some pure gobbler fertilizer. .
From fifty plants, by making cuttingsand ( trouble.Southern Live Stock of some pure breed, and from some II.- -
Tomatoes in Manatee County.
setting as late as August, I have Journ?!. different from the first. A surer planis
made twenty-five bushels of nice po- -. -- to use a gobbler>> of one breed the The Hraidentown Journal comment-
fiest and one of a different breed ing on a recent remark in these col
tatoes. Too much cannot be said in year
its raise. Foul rr Ce the next. As to which is the best umns as to the profits of tomato culture
Nancy Hall is a seedling from breed of turkeys, we doubt if any says: 'Now we do not presumeto
Florida, and a fine kind it is. A Edited by E. W. AMSDEN. Ortnond. Fla. breed can be said to excel the others. be acquainted with 50 ? er cent. of
friend sent me twenty five vine cut- The bronze turkee is the largest, but the tomato growers of Florida, but
tings late in the season, and yet I Poultry Notes. the point to observe is to secure hard we chance to live in a .section of
have made a nice lot. It is one of Every farm, in addition to other mess and vigor, without regard to country where 1,017 acres were
the vineless; kind and also a farm stock, should have a fair-sized size, and this must be done by select planted to tomatoes alone last winter,
When it becomes known it will be yam.extensively flock of turkeys, geese and ducks, as ing the best hens and procuring a and we are inclined to think that this
) planted. well as chickens. Those of common vigorous male each 'ear.Poultry little country, so far below the ordin-
General Grant is another vineless monvrel origin, if well fed and comfortably Keeper.Management. ary area of vegetable cultivation of
housed kept warm and dry, -e-- --- the State, and forty mil s from the
kind different from the belong-
yam will pay reasonably well but if you of Guinoas. railroads, is generally) left out of the
ing to the same class as Southern
but deal better eating 'wish to reap the most satisfactory returns There is but little sale in market for calculations of the agricultural author-
Queen,taste.a great It is early and you must get those that are pure the guinea, but it is, of the domestic ities of the State. It would pay themto
to my productive very a profitable bred. Like our well bred pigs, they birds, the nearest approach to the wild know it better. They would get a
enormously to (for Northern; markets.A have been fed and bred for early maturity fowls in flavor of meat of any known.If new light on seeing land covered with
potato grow believe the vinelessdo and will lay sooner and more they hatch out their young, then some of the heaviest forest known in
not great run.many This is a mistake the eggs in a year than will any dunghill they become truly a game bird, as the this southern country constantly being
vines are short and thick, therefore; and will make better and heavier mar shotgun will be necessary when one is purchased at prices from $50 to $100an
easily clean of and weedsin ket fowls.-Western Mail.If wanted for the table, but the young acre and cleared, not by rich men,
old kept land, and can grass be planted later you will, once a week, force thinwhite'wash guineas, if hatched with the chicks or by persons for purposes of invest
than the long running kinds. over the walls, floor and and the old guineas killed off, will ment (for there isn't money for specu-
yard, will diseases. If and lation enough in this to buy
J JULIUS SCI1r ADELRACti. you prevent grow up tame come up to roost country
Gram Ala., Dec.' preferred you may add a gill of crude every night in the poultry house. Theyare the county scrip at a fair discount),
Bay _.4.- --"nn carbolic acid to each bucket of white excellent foragers, and as insect but by men with determination of purpose -
Buying a Horso. wash. It is economical to use lime, destroyers have no equal, as they and a strong arm, who pay for
Some one who has evidently "been as it destroys the germs of roup. search over every portion of the field. their land out of what they raise fromit.
there and knows a thing or two," There is only one safe method of Keep a few for your own use, as theyare i We would enjoy showing Brother
says: Don't buy a horse in harness preventing prowling dogs from eatingthe excellent layers and superior fowls i Powers hundreds of acres within an
Unhitch him and take everything ofl eggs laid by the hens, and that is for the table. area of a few miles already covered
but his halter and lead him around to break up all nests made by the --- ..........- with little plants, interspersed with
If he has a corn or is stiff or has any hens outside of the poultry house, Precautions for Winter. other acres of magnificent orange and
other failing} you can see it. Let him 'leaving an entrance to the house sufficiently The fall is an excellent time to pre lemon groves. Here are men who
go by himself always, and if he staves large for hens only to enter. vent winter diseases. Some poultrymen cleared this great country, planted
right into anything you know he is The poultry house is really the placefor prefer to keep their hens in yards these groves and cultivated them,
blind. No matter how clear and all nests, as the hens should not during the winter, in order to care for built comfortable homes, sunk arte-
bright his eyes are he can't see anymore be compelled to seek other resorts. them with advantage. If the hens sian wells, educated their families and
than a bat. (Hack him, too. When little chicks(about two weeksor are to go into winter quarters, with want none of the necessities of life.
Some horses show their weakness or more old) are featheringthey need the quarters in a condition to breed Many[ of them are proud of the fact
tricks in that way when they don't in very nourishing food or they will disease, the effect will be shown after that they came here as day laborers.
any other. But be as smart as you droop, as the growth of feathers enfeebles winter appears. As a precaution How did they accomplish these re
can you'll get caught sometimes. them. That is the reason so against disease make a whole tubfull sults during the few years of their
Even an expert gets stuck. A horse many chicks die at two or three weeksof ot thin whitewash. Add to the white residence? Tomatoes! No, my friend,
may look ever so nice and go a great age instead of younger. Keep wash half a pint of crude carbolic we can't go back on the tomatoes."
pace and yet have fits. There isn't a them warm especially at night, and acid and the same of spirits of turpen- If the tomato growers of Manatee
man who could tell it until something feed meat and ground bone, with a tine. Keep i it! well stirred, and county are doing so well as this, theyare
happens. Or he may have a weak varied food, about four times a day. sprinkle it well on the floor, walls, certainly to be congratulated, especially -
back. Give him the whip and off he Dampness must be guarded against, as roof, in the nest boxes, over the yards when they live forty miles
goes for a mile or two, when all of a it will prove fatal to the chicks. and even on the fences, and repeat from a railroad. At this rate they
road. the once a month.-Poultry will doubtless soon be able to take
sudden he stops on the Altera ------ -- process
rest he. starts again. but he soon Tho Largo Breeds of Ducks. Keeper.. care of their county scrip. We only
-- '
stops for good and nothing but a der The Pekin duck has become very ---4-. I wish that all the tomato growers of
rick can start him. popular, attributed by some to its Droppings of Fowls. the State had done as well last year.
be size but it does not exceed the The Mirror and Farmer :
The weak points of a horse can large says ---- --
better discovered while standing than Rouen or the Aylesbury in weight, Many[ farmers make a treat mistakeby FOR'st.M bet N tt Kentucky TOOMER Tobacco Jarksonrille Stem., ilia.I ,. write
while moving. I If he is sound he will nor is it as tame and gentle. The two not having some means of savingthe I -- --
stand firmly and squarely on his advantages possessed by the Pekinsare droppings of their fowls." Thereis : The
limbs without moving them, with legs! white plumage and yellow legs so much truth in the paragraph that B POULTRY
plump and naturally poised; or if the and bills. As long as the purchasersin we feel like emphasizing it by urgingthe EST
foot is taken from the ground and the market continue to judge of qualityof importance of saving the droppings gent Trial Make MoneyHz I with
weight taktn from it, disease may be flesh by the color of the legs, the I because of their va'ue as a con .Mouth on fur 25 .\ Few liras.ONLY .
suspected, or at least tenderness,which Pekin will lead, yet the color of the centrated fertilizer. There is no manure C E N T S.
is the precursor of disease. If the legs of a fowl does not indicate qual that is made upon the farm so It is well worth tun. 8rnl n010fitMentiontbitad.ump. sample trN. .
horse stands with his feet spread ity. The Aylesbury duck is also powerful in its effects as that of fowls; I FARM*r nnilTnVutb UU|LI n I L B.Jobiuoo*Co,lK.toa,x....





Mate ]' eats. Our Rural fiome Orange Trees !

'rheIorrow grove near Titusville St. Thomas, Fla. Lemon Trees !
sold ""'""- '"' '"
1 lias been to Charles K. Kenyon, -
Jr. for $7,900. It consists of 122 A Parable of the Gates.

acres, of which twelve are in grove. JOAQUIN MII.I.EU.

The property is considered well worth < :
S'1 ; "
I OW shall maol)' save his Moul1'1
$12,000 to $14,000.Titusville Ad. "4 1 I Twas sunset by the Jordan. (Jutes

vocate. Of light wort closing and the whole
The Old Reliable Nurseries.
Vjwt heaven hunK darkened as the Buckeye
The Indian River Fruit Company is fates.

the name of a new firm just started in 'How shall man surely save his f'ouU" lie aM,

Jacksonville. Mr. S. F. Monro, for An fell the kindly. day, discrowned and,' dead. _

six the assistant ticket in
the years Clyde Steamship Line, is the Proprietor Then Two Christ men! set said forth, llenr to this journey Parable fat: I )have: on hand: ( the finest lot of shook I halo ever grown of till the standard varieties

he having severed his connection And reach a .place. ere darknett' fell I have a specially line lot ofTnrditl'1IIulJum" in two-ysnr buds, from five

with that line. I .\ruh'lo'l"ll! the gates ere they had passed.' to seven feet high. I recognize: the fact that it's hard tint, and propo to toll? at

Two worthy men, each free alike fromin. hard time price:*. I make coialty of the; King (Orange.Write .
Last year Florida shipped over Hut one did seek" most Burn to enter in.And for prices.
worth of Alachua i
$1,200,000 moss. H> when in their imth did l lay :II. K.: UILIKTT.: Prop.,
takes the lead in this industrynot
county .\ cripple' with a broken stair Wviiwlnlo, Fla.
that she has more moss than
ThIM one did |uis" straight on hit! way --- --- -
other counties, hut because she has enterprising While one did stoop and give the half BREED'S UNIVERSAL WEEDER.
men who are eager to de. JlI14 renirt h.and all his bnaaddld nobly t>harofill
VtJ.op} the resources of the State that they ut sunset uw their city fair. ,Hill" Tike Out Weeds! Crops Increased. Ask Your Dealer For It.
nd J Loosen the !Soil,

are going to waste.-Orange City Then he who would make sure nut fast! In u,.e and recommended hi Labor Decreased h.U.. taa.........we... tt'elelawf'te.( tat Ui/nrul. "I
'l'i m es. To reach the golden sunset irate. (iix>. K.: run KM: Fniitland I'ak. tt..l.n.a..ip o.a..e.n.
i .==
Where captains and proud chariots parsed.llutlo .
Mr. S. D. Smith has now on exibi- L. H. .\AKMSTioNi! Nicholas.J. ( L': tr.mtodt II I. .n eh.op
this .proud nmn catnetoo lute! tST.SS.lCIt: Wclaka. t g < 'n."
lion, in this city, his new patent fruit The mite was clo>ed, and all night ling he The Unltrnal H>.u>r ('0.,
and vegetable canner, which has been cried: nil for Sprrial Circular. IJOSTOX) ) JIASS.
before referred to in this paper as destined He cried und cried !but never watch replier' -- -- - ---

to work a revolution in the acterizing the mature "society woman
present Meanwhile the man who eared to save Packers
method of canning. The process Another, as ho would bo saved), but that they are certainly free Orange

consists of a very simple but effective Came slowly on; me brettd.and gave I from gauchcrifi and considering their ,

device for subjecting the fruit meatsor Cool) waters: and) he Mopped' and laved I youth, lack but little if any genuine ATTENTION!
vegetables to the action of steam The wounclt. last't, bent double with his I polish. What there is wanting time I

weightlie will remedy. You can save a cent box
somewhat superheated.-Orlando Reporter. a by making
a.Hced.i !' uncliid, the 1'orter' private' Kate.
This! is probably the same A naturally unselfish dispositionand boxen onMason's

process as that of "Col. Mudge"I who, Hear then this kvw>n: Fete and learn a refined taste have more to do

under the auspices of Arthur C. Jack. He who would save his wml.. I $ay, with a young girl's polite deportment Patent Adjustable Revolving
Mint lone hi* soul; must dare to turn
than in the best schools.
son, was going to accomplish wondersin .\nllltrt the fallen by the way; Box
preserving Florida fruits for theWorld's Must' make his soul worth salving| by fume Without these two requirements, it Machine,
dead matters little how much is
Fair.A money
Warranted to make oox.PRICE .
1l l jjcrfect
That thrown and Krx>ws, as grows! a fruitful spent on her education; whether it be

West Butler correspondent of theOrlando seed acquired in some celebrated Northern : $ .ao

Reporter complains bitterly institution or in a cabin in the pine ,
of the land monopoly in Orange counT A Ohanco for Boys.
woods, it will be of the most super- Manufactured by ---
-T )'. lie says: "0f about 5,000 acres To any boy or girl (this, of course, ficial "a "
character-simply polish,
there are only three homsteads improved includes men and women,) who wantsit no more W. S. MOORE,

the other homesteads were we will give a chance to get a Christmas But it was in the capacity t of house- HAWTHORNE, FLORIDA.

bought from the government thirteen gift. For every new subscription keeper, principally, that I alluded to
and still in;in; FOllltA ll'l'It'Ulu'llS.BATTERSON .
ago are unimproved, "
years : will secure at $1 for six monthswe "our girls. True, a Northern girl
and no one can get the land at rea- you
a good housekeeper bake
may & CO.
Hmable rates ; we are beginning: to will give you 40 cents. I In other dinner the table "
put a good on ; at NOTICE TO ORANGH SHIP-
feel greatly outraged. Cannot some. words, you send us 60 cents and keep least it is presumed some may be ableto IMPORTANT to Buffalo N. Y., one of the
be done to all this land on unsurpa<1 market of United States! remem
thing get 40 cents. Any smart boy ought to do so, though, as a general thing, ber the Old Responsible, Reliable and Prompt
the real estate mark t? There are Contmi ion Merchants who
their time and attention liberally
in the earn $5 in a day's ride this way. We are too aud dont sell at auction but direct to retail trade
twelve bearing orange groves occupied to learn domestic economy.But for all i i. In them. Batteraou &Co., 17-160 Scott
settlement, yet the growers; have to will leave this offer open until January could she from home St., Buffalo. N. Y Ifetablkhed _- $year experience -
come a ,
haul their oranges from (four to six 15 1894, but now is the time for where are found all the labor-saving ___ _

miles to a railroad. action. Every grower needs our full appliances for dining-room and kitchen Pineapple Di esfer.The .

The fibre from the sisal and bayonetleaves and instructive market reports throughthe too numerous to mention, start afire
powerful digestive principle of the Pine-
sent to New York by Capt. E. shipping season. Write us at once in the stove in a "piney woods" apple freed from sugar and concentrated in a

A. Corderv and Mr. C. ,r. Parsons, that will this offer and we kitchen, and get a breakfastthat'seasier pure fruit extract, which U of untold benefit to
a short time ago, was returned this you than a dinner? I doubt it. mot wenk totnach Try it
will send you sample copies.. For ale by W. A.i>ell, Jacksonville.
week together with a report of the About the time she looked for the
Ales 1{. RICHARDS.
cleaning operation, yield of fibre etc. rolling pin and had to take the next ... It.!en. Fla.
The fibre is beautiful and cleaned perfectly Our Girls Ahead best thing-a bottle-to beat the coffee -- -- -

it could not have been more I had no intention of instituting a perhaps, in a rag; to use a shinglefor Orange BD}. Clamp

thoroughly done. One hundred sisal comparison between Northern and a shovel, or shave a nutmeg (and
Southern Florida but it her with knife she would SMpM up the MX fait,make it trueand aelid.
leaves were cleaned, sixty-seven were or girls; seemsI fingers) a ,
Price Given with thi
from one plant, full grown, and I have unwittingly done so. No doubt 'feel like dropping to the floor and It.". f 5-Ge paper one year for

weighed 127 Ibs. This lot produced others, as well as myself, are desirousof bursting into te-rs. Let her try.making II. W. ROOP,

5 Ibs and a % oz. of long dry fibre hearing the opinions of Our Rural biscuit without baking powder or )ldl<
and :2 Ibs 10 ozs of short fibre, tow, in Home circle on the subject; hope all milk, using the juice of oranges and #141. JUJene 11.KHTAHMSHED 1tedfe d.

all 7 Ibs io4 ozs. Thirteen small will speak out. soda instead ; make a sweet potato 181'

__. leaves from another plant, weight 13 My I acquaintance in other portionsof pone; or a cake with no butter or REDFIELD & SON,

Hs, gave 8#! ozs long dry fibre and the State is not extensive. Perhaps eggs: in the house; what kind of a dinner Commission Merchants

3# os short fibre, tow total 14! I this is an exceptional community, would a hungry man sit down to? A'D .

ots. Ten leaves from a plant only in more respects than one. I did not I And what a tearful face would confront Fruit Auctioneers

two years old, weight 131z, Ibs, gave wish to convey the impression that I him if he had dared open his HI Mtork Mrrrf, .

S os long dry fibre and 3}\4 ozs short "our girls" have the airs and graces of lips even to ask another? Yes, our )i.ndk .II kind of i'hrludrlp1.rrr,1'r.we Prints and Vegetable

JHe ul l 1 ;% ots.-}Ft. Meade PelWe. > the "bread and butter miss," or the girls "get a strange discipline." Someof ., ..... at pri..te tale (which has heretefore been,

indifference of manner generally char- them must act the Lady Bounti- OUT aided cut-torn to our)or the)as auction yeu may system dealre.(recently..


;. .. '''!!!-'''"'I'-." -"

II' _

ful" as well as trained cook, nurse and are evident in the one hundred or The rails on the Flagler road have BENTON & UPSONt1AC
housemaid. I still insist that it requires more once homeless and friendless been laid about twenty miles south of

tact and skill, that many an boys who have become selfsupporting Sebastian. SOf'lVIl1hE, FhA.,

older woman may admire, but vainly respected citizens, and in several Experience has shown that
once a
hope to acquire. M. G. M. instances have gone into business for month is often enough to wash the IRRIGATING

themselves.The hair. Lining the bath with a sheet is
"Our Girls In Florida.
boys arc carefully selected by a comfortable device when one must
Her Our Rural Home. the New York agents, and only I those tub that is the service MACHINERY
use a at of f a
With all due (for the
respect opin- who can show a good record of their number succession of ,
ions of M. G. M. in the issue of November past lives are accepted for Florida or people. I3OTIJ

18, expressed in "Our Girlsin Little red ants cannot travel
homes. over
They are not, as seems to be
Florida," I beg to differ with her a the idea of some not well informed, wool or rag carpets. Cover the shelfin Steam and Horse Power.

little. I admit we have charming "picked up anywhere," but often are a closet or pantry with flannel, set

girls here in our lovely State, and boys whose parents or friends desireto whatever you wish to keep from the

while I admit they get a strange discipline remove them from the temptationsof ants on it and they will at once dis- Pipe, Pipe Fitting, Brass

but at the same time I am city life, or else lads who have beenin appear. They may be caught also in Valve Hose Etc.
sorry for them from the bottom of the homes and lodging houses of sponges into which sugar has been ,

rny heart. While a girl here as elsewhere the Society, and have made a record sprinkled; then the sponge should be WRITE FOR ESTIMATES..
can become a good house. for good conduct. dropped into hot water. --- -- --

keeper, know how to bake, and can i
Only such as are previously appliedfor Qeo. S. Hacker & Son.MANUFACTURERS ,
put a good dinner on the table for a will be brought. i Many Persons are brokm
down from overwork or household cares. Or
tot of hungry men, she can do the Applicants should state the age of Brown's Iron Bitters iiebuiidstho

same in the North, and at the same the boy they desire and the work he I system,aid digestion.removes cxcesa of bile m
sad cores r ftiftTl .. Get Iho cenu1nc.Don't .c =
time fit herself for in F i im
a higher place is to do, and must promise to
the world. There she can attend him kindly him aC3
giving a good -
lectures, concerts, listen to some of proper food, and such clothing as is r_ UIc ,t ; ..aI
the noted divines, and see the improvements -
necessary and to do all in their powerto
that are constantly goingon Lose crM4I,11 hut 3:
) influence him for good ; name refer nJ 0co
in the world. Hut what does
a ences as to suitability, and if possible C

girl brought; up in the pine woods meet the boy on the arrival of the Heart.PLANT ... a
know of the great improvements that train at Jacksonville, either in personor o -

are constantly being made? She can by deputy. If this cannot be done !"star and IEltltv'SMEEDAtill make up for lout lima,, oo cg
go to school but a few months in the send to the undersigned the amountof Ifeo"gi\r>'you.Seei many! .tmiuulforlMMwlllj valuable) hints ..

year, and there are very few of our the boy's fare and instructions for about what. to ral)fO and bow tora1Mtt. .,
It contains Information ,, And Building Material.
best schools that will compare favorably his route to his final destination.The i toile i hud from no othereounn
with the free public schools of Free to all., CHARLESTON. S. O.
boys their
promise to
part, D.M.Ferry Co. .
the North, either in the length of do their duty and work faithfully for Detroit -

time or the branches taught. You six months on the terms named above, Mich Fraudnu( oSWrappers.:

see a girl that has been brought up at the expiration of which i period theyare .
in the North where she has rubbed honorably free to make their own

against other girls or people, and no arrangements. lA 116NTNIN WELL MACHINERY r NO MORE CHEATING.

matter how sweet our own Florida Applications will be received from All k1nal.! of tool rurtuiie fur n>. Urill, T by uotntr urilakeacore. Consumers of Fruit Wrappers may
'IVrfrt tC..nun.: i -
girl may be in our own eyes, she this date until J January 12, but the \Adnmnntlnciirnrvmcran cnAltaian\ rumpwriciiritt: work l>v t tram Air.; now know that they get nn honest ream
/ '11, nAUIUC.I.I.'UIU; : : : ""+,
lacks a certain polish that seems per- earlier they are sent in the better. Aurora, III Chlravn. Ill.t Ualla. 11. I I ofISO Bltceta and not 400 or 320 sheetsto
fectly natural to the Northern girl. HELEN HARCOURT, -- i ream as HOIIIO' unscrupulous dealers

They can talk on the questions of the Agent C. A. Society. Ripply.

day from observation, and not from :Monlclair lfla.Housekeepers. OULTRYTho OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"Printed
-- ---- -- --
what have
read. Their
they opin
i In
\rn\ppcra aro put up package**
ions arc not as crude.I who have too much of 1000 each, and each Wrapper is

am not speaking altogether of principle to throw away stale bread, Best Poultry Paper numbered in printing consecutively
girls brought in the city but girls and who their from 1 to 1000. No one can
up cannot bring familiesto n>r TTTTP *woi3X "r).
from the country. If girls have relish bread pudding, will find they Write fur t+.' II'LC COl'V hrnt lire HONESTLY BEATour

grown up at the North, they can afford can put their loaves to practical use { oponed up a now Hold prices. Send for samples and prices

to spend a few years here, or if by making what an experienced mother "It and cultivated it thor. toTHE .
they can go North each summer and calls"bread omelet." Cut the breadin
spend a few months, they will see very thin slices-and there is noth oughly.&>MV fhe Fancier Journal. JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO.,

much that is being done; and while ing that one can slice so thin as stale FARM-POULTRY is COV- JERSEY CITY, N. J.

people of all ages should be contented bread-and dip the slices in beaten oring itself with glory." N. .-We do not deal in imprinted

and make the best of life in eggs. Fry in butter. A most sub Thiu rhiladtlphia Farm Journal writes u.*. wrappers. .

whatever station they may be placed, stantial, economical and satisfactory It U worth I. MI. It Tr.rhe. How to ---- --
I am sorry for the girls reared and dish for breakfast. brut un Trial' 0& ga Hake l >I nvv with' WM. B. 8CHRAEDER,
+'I\\ :Months for C B Qt \ 1'rN llen.
brought up in the pine woods of HKEKDBR OK -- --
Florida, and while 1 too give the ONLY CENTS.
preference to the home as the best How's This. IF YOU MENTION THIS PAPER. GRADE JERSEYS.
place to receive the highest trainingfor We offer One Hundred Dollars One departmentn-- -.wrr. tn....rreo. ond..nt.."
Reward for of Catarrh that U worth ten tliiwa the nuliK-rlptlon |n-ir* to anyone Bull., Cows and heifers I for sale.
both mind and heart, I should any case rxttUltM.many thing! *apt Ui trouble even oMtr tJft't"d..
be *. &o.ttnr'lndf'.ton"t. >Vnl 'V.\YlULY'AH: )[, Leon
prefer that the home be situated in cannot cured by Hall's Catarrh aunul"talnllcru'U,..tnattf' frertJudKeyourrrlttt County, near
Cure. where. tor many times the I.rh.. Itrmlt cah or Tallahas, Via,
some other State, unless they are people tamp*. Thl M..-.-tal$.. *>n>r*"".,fnronl v'hn%"month....,. .
-- --
F. J. CHENEY & CO. LM JuilNMi'v! t i :vC'urfomllouvtt.nM: -
who can afford to travel, and not
be confined at home the whole year.S. Props., Toledo, O.
M. A. We, the undersigned have knownF. SPECIAL.We

Orange City Nov. *a. tf"'g3. J. Cheney for the last fifteen low prices' High Grade Sulphate
years, and believe him perfectly honorable -i Potash QO per cent Sulphate Potash 48 percent
Muriatel'otaih80pereent. Nitrate Soda,
Children's Aid Society Boys. in all business transactions Bone Black and all kimi of fertilizing material;
,end for price freight to Ile by mail,
PM Or Hwral Home.; and financially able to carry out any I ton. .
only 11 75
Notice is hereby given that a company obligation made by their firm. I| r 11 \V. S. IMVtiM ('n,,
of boys, ages; from fnteen tottehteen West & Truax Wholesale Druggists. Chrnilral. Pert lllarr31trs.ltxltltnore,31.1: ; ,

years, will be landed at the Toledo, (). Walding, Kinman & I' P Iahl'sIlaubl.
1\Aycrossdeplot, Jacksonville, January Marvin. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo Art w bt.r"ntEtertei POTASH SALTS.Are .

iS, by the Children's Aid Society of Ohio. !. ing Leaf(Mttita Bhght prr t II rnt orsnr IXDlSPENSAIILKfor vegetables

New York. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally Fruit.of Inior all Frclt a bT7$ < and fruit of all kind. On randy l'OiIitit

This is the first company of theseventh acting directly upon the blood Thou.-9 is iinKtefibk to raise those crops without -
them. Sulphate of Potash! Muriate
winter since the pioneer company and mucous surfaces of the system. )I on rttnnt.-( CratitareJ.. of Potash and Kainit. For information

, wac brought to Florida as anbxperient Price, 75c per bottle. Sold by all WM.STAHLQuincrM and pamphlets addnM GERMAN KALI

t, uwl the results for good druggists.; Testimonials free. &w*>- WOIIKS, DH.Na* au St., New York City.THE .


CONTENTS. A Chance for Boys. my fruit, it is only plain, fairly good 'I evident that the importations from

MARKETTXO Orange- Trust Needed; A To any boy or girl (this, of course, brights; but it has shipping qualities Florida are largely on the increase.

Tariff in Season; No Head to the System. 8to j includes men and women,) who wantsit unequaled by anything else I have During the week ending December 2,

Gaovit Texas Afro ORCHARD.. .. -The Satsuma 810 we will give a chance to get a Christmas i seen in the State. The rich juice and 1893, the receipts of Floridas in Liver

Oyster Shell Ga LimeNeeeuity;; of the tender peel of a Florida orange, pool were 1,726 boxes.
Fruit for Pood. .. .. .. .. .. .... ...... .. 811 gift. For every new subscriptionyou
are something I dare not tamper with.

FARM for CHEMISTRY Orange Grove-Formulas Fertilising and; Value Material of will secure at $i for six monthswe I always seek to give the peel a certain I

Home Home Made.... .Manure. .. ...;. .How.... Live.... will give you 40} cents. In other metallic quality by the fertilizer I : ]VIaI'l\e' \ fis.

FARMER AMD TRUCKER Colony with a words, you send us 60 cents and keep use. As a result, my fruit always

Plan Sweet; Plato The Wonderful Crop ..Pea.. .. .Again. . .;. .The.... 813 40 cents. Any smart boy ought to carries well, and always brings me a JACKSONVILLE FI.'., Dec. 15.
fairly! good living price." FRUITS AND VF.GKTAI1LF.S.
POULTRY-Notes; Large Breeds of Ducks; ,
The Breeding Tuikej-s; Management of earn $5 in a day's ride this way.'e These are average quotations. Kara choice
Guineas; Precautions fur Winter; Drop lots fetch prices above top quotations white poor
pings of Fowls . .. . .. .. 814 will leave this offer open until January Florida Orancre in the English lots sell lower.
.. .... .. .. .. .. .
Tomatoes in Manatee; Buying a Horse..... 814 ]15, 1894, but now is the time for Markets. Oranges.. drops ... ...... ... .... .. 1.00101.50.73 to 1.00
Oua RURAL HOMB-A Parable of the Gates; Grape (fruit box. .......... 1.50102.00
A Chance for Boys; Our Girls Ahead... 815 action. Every grower needs our full For a time it looked as if the Eng Grape fruit, bbl. ... ....... .... 2.50103.00
Our Girls in Florida; Children's Aid Society and instructive Tangerine* .. .......... .".. ....2.5010300
Boys; Hints and Helps..... .. .. .. ..... 8I6ltDIToaAtrProftableAdvertising market reports throughthe l lish market for Florida oranges, after Mandarin. .. . .. .1.Soto 2.00
opening with the Lemons Fla., .... ...... .. 1.00101,50 -
;A Chance t shipping season. Write us at once up most brilliant ', Messina... .... .. . .. .. 3.50
for oral Boys Fertilizers; Arrowroot; Florida; Necessity Oranges of in Min the> that you will accept this offer and we prospects, had gone all to pieces with Malaga Grapes kegs. .H. .. ...... 5.00

Knglish Markets.... .. .. . ...... .. will the advent of Pineapples,crate..... ... .... ..... 2.50103.00
817 \ send a cheap fruit from the
you sample copies.Arrowroot. Potatoes. New York ........ .......... 2.75
Crop Notes; Movement of Oranges: ; Latest by Mediterranean. And it is a fact not ". in barrel lots ...... .. 2.65
Telegraph; Fruit Kxchange Bulletins; 'I Hebron*, seed ... ...... ..... 3.00
Jacksonville Fruit Auction Company'sBultetir the most flattering to our vanity that .. .. .... ....
.. .. . .... .... ...... ....... 5-bbl. lots :2.75
.818 Messrs. Cuzner & Hawley of Gil- the highest prices obtained in Englandthis .U. Early..Rose.. .. .. .. ,... .. ... 300
Florida Oranges in Germany; K L. Good S-bbl. lots .... .. .. 2,75
sell's Sties..... .... ...... .... . ...... 81QGopbt'r 'more, brought to our office a sampleof year have been obtained for the Onions yellow bbl.... . ....... 2.50

Soup.. .. .... .. .... .... .... .. .... 820 < arrowroot grown by them also a poorest fruit-fruit of which a good u red .... ..... .. .. ...........*' 2.50'
.... a. Spanish, large, per crate.... 1.25
---- *> small box of the starch manufacturedfrom deal could not have been sold for consumption Sweet potatoes, bush. .. ...... ........
New York cabbage,each. .. .,..... ,10
, Weather in Jaoksonvillo. I IB the roots. The roots had madean in this State at any price, if, Cauliflower, N, Y.. ........ ...... ,15
abundant growth showing that indeed, it could have been Beets northern,per bbl............. 2.50
H Ii.aDA" 'r: given away Turnips, northern ......... .... 1.75:
M. r: baa 8 '0 ,.,-0 they were well pleased with the soil to any except the street gamins, on Lettuce, dos ,. .....................I. .13
d .:! = J! .. and climate and of its Carrotsper bbl.... .. ................ 2.50
00 A" ** : *"* -: ; the starch made acconnt sourness. Parsnips, ........... .......... 2.75
DeC 5. ...... .... -* -6 - from them leaves nothing to be desired Then, all on a sudden, when the Squash, crate. .. .. ................... 1.25
Dec 6. ...... ... J9 4 5 39 "7 48 o.U Celery . .. .. .. .... ........... ... .60 to ,7.5
Dec' .. 40 55* 63 3S 75 50>> o.oo at least in grain and appear- oranges going to England began to be FoRK Plants, bbl ....... ............. 3.00t03.00
SJ 63 48
Dec 6... .... .... 49 5 3 66 47 15 19 56.VS T T ance, being as fine and velvety to the really worth the attention of the lovers Tomatoes. .. .. .... ............. 1.50
Dec ,. .... 62 Squashes ... ... ... .. ...... 1.25101.50
Dec 9 10..... .... 55 57 64. 70 56 14 63 0.14 touch as wheat flour. of good .fruit, the bottom seemedto Cocoanut. . ... .. ... ............. 4.50
71 it 64
Dec ti........ ... 68 53* o.oo fall out of the Peanuts, best brand...... ............. .0410.05
ji 57 4 20 58 o.oo market. It
was> l ApplesNew York bbl................ 4.50
Mean .. ;;:3 ;;.; 65.7 47.0,18.7156 4 -;:;.; Necessity of Mineral Fertilizers.The doubtless caused by the shipping of r t Sweet'epperprck. ................. .. .as to .40
or Grapes, Slbba.kt't. ... .......... .25
Total n stall. experience of this season s o "storm fruit, the same which did so> I Guavas, 3-peck: box .... ... ........... 1.00
E. It. DEMAIN, Olnserver. far should teach the Florida orange much in the last of October and i in Okra peck .. .. .. .... ........... .50
1 Cowpea. ,shelled peck ....... ..... .50
'* growers a lesson not soon to be for November to break down the American Green Unn..bushel.... ..... .... 1.25101,50
Profitable Advertising. gotten-that it will not answer to let markets. Hut now English prices Peas .... .................. .. 2.00102.50

We will continue our advertise slip a single element of security i in have rallied, and Florida oranges are POULTRY AND EGGS.

ment for another We think growing and shipping their The holding their neck .Hens.. .. .. .. .. ........ ...... ....... .Uto.35
year. crop. own, and neck withthe 1 I Roosters............. ... ............ .25 to .30
the FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT humid atmosphere of this sea-girt heavy arrivals from the Mediterranean Broilers. .. ............ ..... .,.. .20 to.2S
State while it insures Turkeys, per pound,gross.. ......... Ml to .12
GROWER a pretty good advertising an incomparable even with the once preferred 1 I Ducks .... .. ............... ... ....... .35 to ..50Geee
medium, and have had more answers flavor to the orange and a rich, Jaffas. ........ ........ .. ............... ..50Kggs.ftcarce
........... .............. .27
than any other paper in which we soft sweetness to our cigar tobacco, From a roll of circulars and catalogues

have advertised. at the same time is a deadly I menaceto forwarded to us by Mr. John IIAY, GRAIN ETC

THE JERSEY CITY PRINTING Co. its life, especially in a season like Nugent Johnston, of Liverpool White, corn, small! lots....... ................f 1,25
we Mixed com, .... ........ .. ....... i,20
Jersey City, N J. the present when the wind comes i in cull seme interesting items. Under White oats! ..... .......,... ..... .. l.-o
for days and weeks off the Atlantic date of( Liverpool Mixed loats. ..... ......... ........ 1.65
November 30th, nay No. i. Timothy small lots.... ......... 19.00
We have placed advertisements i ia in ;Instead of the continent. We must t Messrs. J. C. Houghton & CQ. : Wheat bran, small lot.......... ..... ..... 19.00

number of State papers, and I can fortify our oranges-all our fruits, in i "A few good Floridas sold yesterdayat say Ground of too feed pounds, fresh.. .(.corn. ....and.... .oats... .).,.per. ...sack.. .. 1.40
safely say that of the applications we fact-with mineral fertilizers all animal an advance last week. Feed meal in sacks of too pounds, ton. 23.00
; on per
have received four of Jaffas Rice flour, per cwt... ..... .... ............. 90
out five have or organic food elements are continue to arrive sparsely and pricesare I Pure wheat, per sack of too pound........ 1.35
referred to the THE FARMER AND "parlous stuff.:" The and Prepared steam cooked cow feed, per cwt.
FRUIT trees the not encouraging, this fruit suffering 1so-pound sacks .... ..... ... .. .. ..... 1.30
GROWER. fruit must have nitrogen; but all such fro.n the developed trade in Florida Prt'parntstum cooked horse feed, per cwt,
L. A. WILSON sources of it cottonseed ..... ... ..... 1.50
as meal, linseed oranges. Pearl grits, per barrel.... .... ..... ... ...... 2.95
Of Wilson & Toomer. meal, tankage, blood and raw James Adam'Son & Co., of Liver Pearl meal per barrel.... .. .. .;.. .. .. .. 2.95
Jacksonville, Fla. Flour befIt winter wheat patent .. ........ 4.50
ground bone should be sedulously! pool, November 30, say: "Valencias, Flur. extra fancy family... ...... ....... 4.25
avoided. realized from (Half barrels,either brand, ay per barrel
4205, (we give extra.) .
My little ads in the cheap columnof The growers at Oviedo for some American money) to $3.12, and large Cotton seed meal bright per ton.,:. . ,,.00

your paper, sold 'tor me over years past are said to have had a 7145: $2.12 to $2.93, and a few large ,' Dark ton.or. ..Sea. Island. . .cotton.. . .seed. .'. .meat. ..per.. 2000
$120.00 worth of pigeons, $22.00 fondness for blood and bone and $3.75 to Pure ground bone fine per ton ..... .... 30.00
4205, $4.87 case. Mal
per i Bone and potash per ton .... ......... 33.00
worth of Partridge Cochin fowls, and what is the result? Their orangesare agas, unfortunately, have landed more i German kainit, per ton .. .... ...... ........ 17.00
thirteen settings of eggs. so large this that they have less of Land plaster ..... .. .. ... .. .. ..... ... 10.00
year or out condition and
we quote Nitrate Soda, \Kc, per pound; per ton. ..... 55.00
W. S. FUNK. given them trouble; they have in some 4205 of these at $2.12 to $2.37, and I I Muriate potash, 2fcc per pound; per ton.... 50.00
Lawtey. Fla.Prof. Sulphate potash 20 pound ton.... .
per ; per 31.00
cases even resorted to the question 490s, $1.62 to $2.001)er) case. Flori Sulphate potash, 90 per cent ... ............ 50.00

A. H. Curtiss has published a able practice of enlarging the standard I das, $1.18 to $3. 12, and Jaffas, $1.18to SEEDS ETC.

list of 887 species and varieties of box, to make the number of or I $2.00 per box; while Palermos and ,

contained Peas Split. ... .. .. .. ......-...... .. ........ 2.75
plants found by him in Duval county, anges correspond the Messinas, owing to their pale color,, i niack-eyed Peas, new crop, buth............
near the St. Johns river from its size stenciled on the box. sold slowly at 66c to $1.06 box." I Beans. ..... .... ........ ........ ............. 1,3-5 2.25
No doubt the per Lima .. ... .. .... ......... .............. 2.50
mouth to Jacksonville. Of the valuable amount of rot and I (Messina and Palermo oranges run I Alfalfa or Lucerne per bushel ......... ace
slush which has been prevalent thisyear from box I Genuine red rust proof oats" .... .... 500
panicum family there are nineteen 200 to 500 per ; Jaffas from I White seed! rice '* ......... 2.25
members, and of the paspalums might have been greatly curtailed 144 to 160.) Florida grown seed rye ......... 2.25
if the had been fed with Georgia rye. ......... 1,73
twelve. groves During October and November, Texas rust proof oats ... ...... J5>
...- ---. .. pure chemicals instead of vegetable or 1893, there arrived in Liverpool 95,- I Onion Sets, red per bush...... .... ........ 6.00
Geo. H. Bunbury of Avon Park animal remains ... i /
or barnyard manure. 495 packages of oranges; in the same '
has imported, at considerable trouble In conversation with a noted growerhe two months last Crop Notes. ,
year, 77,975 pack
Hon. A. P. IJ.'lJIkln"ho
and expense, some English partridges; said: "After an experience of ages. The number received from planted a
ten three miles
I1 grove vosire ago, youth ofs
and set them loose in the woods. They fourteen years, nothing could induceme Florida is stated
not separately, it i iy j Silver Sprfnira Park, rvalizeil $0,000 from
are twice as large as quail, but re to give my trees nitrogen in another included under the head of "Sicilyand his oranges this fOtLoon.&

semble them in their habits and i in form than sulphate of ammonia, all other places." Last this' This! item Is rather apocryphal. Mr.

their flight They increase rapidly,, or nitrate of .[ fruit never heading embraced only 5,364 year packages Ikifikin I is!! far too J. KK! n !farmer to !liaveghlptHxl ,
( all his fruit &o; early in the
and will
stock the i year.
soon woods if not drops. I never have ammonia in these two months this i
disturbed. ; yearit I A larger per cent of oranges crush this
bloats. I claim nothing fancy for I numbers 26,032 packages. So it i is 51 year than formerly. This wa brought



about by a defect in the rind of a larger I' handled about 30,000 box, of which I

percent,than usual.nnd not easily() only about 500 have been sent to Eng TO ORANGE GROWERS.

guished; unless left in the {packing istin-I land. Two or three outside parties are
three or four days when they shipping to London and !Hull, but of
down." And the thorn during, the ttormI! I these no account can he obtained. All -

in October did much to injure oranges, handlers in Jacksonville report a slight

especially on trees not heavily loaded.PakUka .- improvement in the condition of the

Herald. fruit. Our Jacksonville office, No. 94 West Bay St.,is now open, and shippers desiring
About 25.000 hoxes have been shipped In addition to the above the Clyde market reports or other information with regard to shipping, will kindly communicate -
Lino moved about :3.000 bales of cotton
with at that address.
from Oviedo far. me
so 1 1,500,000()() () feet of lumher\ and 300 bags of On receipt of shipments of good qualities of fruit in Jacksonville, we will advance

Most of the oranges around Martcl, wool.'l'rO also 1,91)0) crates of from 50 to 75c. per box to those that request the same. Checks (or proceeds

:Marion county, are Mill on the trees. vegetables carried out by ten routes. are mailed direct to every grower in Florida within 43 hours after the sale in New

At Citra 100 men are engaged; in lacking 'I York. I :solicit your supjKjrt( and shipments.

oranges. Six cars a day are being Fruit Exchange Bulletin. "In order to nii>o the standard of packing of Florida oranges, we propose to
shipped. offer a prize of $100 to all that send
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Dec. 8.Tele.gramsl. -

Shipments of J"'cnwens are going Two cars sold to-day at 1.00 to

forward at a lively rate from Courtney 1 CO. average 1.31. Not Less than 300 Boxes of
and Indianola. 2. Fair sales today, condition of fruit Oranges

considered.! The market is stronger. Sold
Tim i past two weeks hare: been? favorable
50c to 1 75, allct2UHO+; IHxosavenIge(11.18. I
ones for our truck growers. Tomato Tangerines 10.); Mandarins: F.Oc: Jr.pofruit ; to us' this season.: Tho winner wil| receive a certificate to the effect that his fruit

seal i is coming tip finely, while the trans UK). Good sound fruit wanted for averaged- the best gross result during the season, and in addition to that a check for
p.lAntorboth Heinis and Armstrong- the Christmas trade. $100. This is! ollered wholly for the sake of endeavoring to raise the standard of

are Inisily employed setting out plants.' : 3. Cars 17.21) and 15,360( averaged 1.30. grading, packing and careful handling on the part of shippers. The average at tho
SlMHild transplanting. be a MICCOJ s thin> Car 11,103) un.ragcdl.-I.l ). all Showing do- end ot i lie reason will be carefully made out of each and every shipment that wereceive.
ee**on, it, i in thought very little Reed will .*'

be 4anted] in the Holds hen' fl .-liar- cay.4. Car 615 sold 1.25 to 1.80, average Any correspondence) directed to New York will receive prompt attention.

tow Courier-Informant. 1.51. ConHdurublo) ) rot, some lines very Very respectfully

As the orange returns come in we are bad. Demand) good, prospects: look
happy to congratulate many of our brighter..; Big. demand for lemons. E. L. GOODSELL,

friends upon| excellent prices. A large 5. Car 15.43: :averaged 83c.: Car 1,002
number agree with UH that they were averaged, 97c, both much decayed. No. 94 West Day St., Jacksonville. Fla.,
lucky to have done aw well as they did. 0. Car sill) oranges averaged; 1.42; and No. 103 Park Place, N. Y. City.
How great a number have barely cleared! lemons 1.92.: Car 1 1,11)0) averaged I 1.41. ------ --

exj*'nxes! upon a magnificent) crop of holid Fniit arriving in better shape, but some NURSERIES OF THE .
bright oranges? Does this "every man lots in very bad order.
for himself business pay the growers of 7. All out of oranges; market 1.50 for
Milwaukee Florida CD.Selected
the country ?Hraidentown Journal. good ,sound Mock. Ltist: lot bad order. Grange' .

8. Car 10,017! sold for 630.00, average
The crop is now l>einj!: gathered 1 from
strains of Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruit Trees a Specialty,
the big orange grove on N'.hrntkn'cntw.! 2.17.U. Second car Bold today sold 1.50 to Budding-Wood for sale at all time
It is estimated that the crop will aggregate J 1.80. Our stock it large and complete. PROMPT ATTENTION TO CORRKSPONDKNCK.
12.000 IMIXCH.. and the fruit has been 2.50'oruJC For Catalogue and Price-List, address
10. Want several fruit for
cars good
sold on the trees to II. A. Fuller for( sixty Christinas' trade; market improving rap A. L. DUNCAN Manager Dunedin Ma.
cents per box. This will make the crop ..
idly. --- -
net 7000. The total annual
over ex- 11. Sales today 1.05(); to 2.2.'i, average
dug the is lens than TREES FOR SUMMER PLANTING.
peIwto ) up grove .
which 1.40. Tangerines 2.20: ) to 2.45 per box,
shown that it is .
2,000, a )profitable'ty .
halves" 80c to 1.80.\ Mandarins 70c to 1.70
rnl)>a -the clear profit) on this. year'smg per box. Some decay, but the market isul' A full lino of the leading varieties of Orange & Lemon Trees at rock-bottom
over $5,000.: -Tampa Trilm no.
(8trons.t.r.Tho prices. Address
,""nM around Oviedo, according( outlook is!! somewhat brighter and

lu -ole, have grown se) large we are ,satisfied: it will now pay to DEER ISLAND NURSERIES
*. to give the growers: trouble<< ship good, solid carefully selected and ,
fruit. The demand i is ()nldn..I. ()raUIIe Co.. Fla.
auton, for iris+tance. had to hack well-puucked growing -

i contract he had made with a and prices have advanced! a little .................... .ial 11$ Nl
-aiiH! he could not furni>'h theheel and such lots as arrive Mnmd are easilydisposed l)
The heat vegetables como from tho South, and the
IIIKHI.) Some .growers have "' of at fair prkt.' boat vegetable grown there are produced fromWood's
remedy the trouble by makings ) LI1 EH: POOL. Plant I
large. cuulI&h& to hold 170 oranges of Seeds.
No sales at this point since last: report. I
I 150 r () size.' The Chronicle character
"'... have decided to send only one more They are unequaled quality,and will IrowNorth.
i:+'s; this little piece of scull-dugger}' by to Liverpool until further notice Wood's :South, Kait or Weal-wherever they are planted.
Hie innocent phran, "Hringing up the shipment' I Wood's tired look for a complete history of
here other
this will leave Dee 14,
; current In It helps to select
average of preferred t"i7.t and i K-lling a progress planting. you
'' car load to bt.'Ucrch'untaf.t.'.." dates 11 and 111, abandoned. : the best things to plant' and tells you the best way
to plant them. Write for It and ourrentprlces of any
t l' Jacksonville, December 12.-The following eed S I Onus, Clover, or other .'lelc.I8et.'tI1 required.

Latest by Telegraph. telegrams: will furnish an idea asIA Es; T W. WOOD A.SONS, RICHMOND VA.
The Largest toed House In the Houtb.
Philadelphia, I December 13, 5:25: p. m.Hod ) range, of price and averages obtained ..04..............................
,. -
field & the market since our report of December 8: _. -
f asfollows --- - ---- ---- - -- -- -
: Oranjre market clones) linn and Market is now firm and prospects good Market clearing up and prospects good I \Ve look for a steady and substantial! !

active today..SdOttrl sizes of fancy for advance in prices.) now for latter prices. .gain in the condition of the fruit (there
p bright*, 2.25 to 2.50; choice bright, Car 7481 sold.. 1.20! to 1.75, average 1.49 Sali today 1700) boxen, 85 cents to 2.25, has been nothing wrong with the qualityfor
etraight linen, 1.85 to 2.10; russet? Lemons sold :2.80! to 3.70, average 3 18; average: 141.: Tangerines 1.80 to 280. some time now) from this time forward -

* streti1ht lines, 1.00 to 1.80; all largo: .t-izcs, stock of latter rough and green! ; oranges Mandarins 1.20{} to 1.80. Fruit looking for two reasons. Those who began

"V 1.26 to 1.75); wasty fruit, HOc to I.i5.: mostly decayed. sou inter. Heavy demand for lemons. to ship prematurely have now about
"-" 1-:'"'.. Prospects higher. Fancy lemons, 2.50 to Car 15142) sold 1.25 to 2.00; average. I.IVtUI'OOL: HAl..". got done with tho damaged fruit; sec

-- 1.00; fancy( &grape: fruit, lanrw, lIizc.> 2.50 to 1.6S; fniit in fair condition, demand Sale: reported by cable yesterday ond there are many shippers who have
LfN' small sizes and russets., 1.25 to 2.00 gtxxl. Tangerines averaged'. 3.25. Mandarins range(! 7 to 14s, and averaged 11s.) wisely waited for the trees to clear themselves -

Tangerines'! |HT double box, 2 50 to 3.50: ; 1 82, latter very poor. On the whole we consider the situationis of rubbish who are now getting
luatidHrins and) wituinHs, per double Car 3108 !sold for ((100.00, an average of decidedly letter and the propels ready to put out some fruit. These will

box, 1.50 to 2.00. Kjrg plants, per bbl., 1.1)7. Stencil 6047 very rotten. ahead) are brightening; all fruit arriving ship) sound fruit and nothing else.
as to quality, 2.50 to 5.00; cucumbers, Sale today ranged from CO cents to sound will hell at fair prices. substantially unchanged since

choice, per crate, 2.50( to :3.CK): tomatoes 1.00. average 1.21; considerable rot, mar -M v--- ? our Last bulletin.

showing color l)er carrier, 2.50 to .1.50; ket firm Jacksonville Fruit Auction Com .
500 boxes sold today 1.00 to 1.85 average -
elMHoe, tender'string l eans! i>er crate, pany's Bulletin.
lAO() to 2.50. Green tomatoes and ordinary 1.19. Balance, (60 j ) cents to 1.85, aver- Tho Groves at ultra.
1.28. Tangerines 1.60 to 3.10. :Man- Tho) ?. K. Town wiynhilo :
vegetables will not ago& Mr. E. Bean that are going
|sty expenses.inocynY to claim says oranges
darins 80 cents to 1.50.:; Much rot. \\ it would IMJ premature
( WOHLIJ.Movement marked advance forward rapidly from that j point. rrob-
Car :GIG average 1.08. Car 15154average :; that there is any general or sent out from
-S.- ably ten cars a day are !
1.10 unsound fniit. in the Northern market" are
of Oranges. ; clouds. There isolated the Citra station.! Thecomplaintof damaged
in the are
bad weather H'iiinp
i ; and decayed l fruit i is less heard now,
holding bare which :
The long continued (",'omble'Nth<-r have( been fruit !Iwck. Expect markets which are and whichwe and tho fruit I is netting the growers an
IMWI the tohi..nmure confidence market to do letter this week. hicallt..1 for shipments
given:: Our average of about $1.20 fob. The oranges
In the inland route and there is an in- Car 718 sold for (070.00} average 1.84; can now shin\ with confidence." at Citra are mostly bright and
creftKtl l movement in that direction, witha mostly large). size and nis t'ls. latest telegram last night: was )Iuch better flue, but there is! one notable exception.
slight eonvspomlinij) diminution in Car :31H4) a\'t.'rul-"tllCll,2tJ. Car 2578: averaged feeling; prospects! for higher .prices on There is an area of about thirty acres in
1.51. Car 11566 averaged 1.45.:;. orange. Advise you to ship as fast! as
steamer' shipments. The total output of from homo which the Orange" Lake Company's grove (the
fruit for the part week is\ estimated at Market tinner. ,has Hible. This was old Hams grove) on which there is
} of which 88.081 Car 17217 a\'croJetll,40. Car 2906 averaged -. pursued a very !! course
260,000 )oxen, only 1 were and which U smut, and this ha very perceptibly d*
moved by steamer The officers of the 2.57; market: much stronger and l during the present glut, layed the ripening.
therefore entitled to confident J i i
Fruit Exchange report they have improving.

t. *. 1

St Louis, Dec. I J Oranges$ offerings ,I & Co. sold for account of Florida Fruit I conduct and carry on a general merchandise
and while there Exchange and others 2 .121: boxes Florida business, and to do all such acts and things as
of Florida large, wai ;, : may be properly connected with its general busi-
some demand, buyers in car lotH were !' oranges, tangerines and mandarins. <(Oranges < ) ties, including the purchase the plant

very jwrticular l>> in their inspection. A j 50c to 2,00; tangerines 1.25 to 3.SO. and good will of any person or persons,

large percentage of the receipts came ina Lemons, green, 10 to 2.2); 2OS5,(; bunches lines firms of engaged any of the above

wasty and leaking condition, and this bananas :20c to U5c; 332: boxes Sicily lemons ARTICLE III.

ctettfl of offerings have to ell quickly, and! at 1.80 to :3.00 ; :317 barrels grapes at Section i. The capital stock of this co

necessarily at low fl uro1l. The best run .2.35.: to :1.80; Jamaica oranges; 2.10 to shall IK Twenty-five Thousand ((525.000))
of Florida sell in car lots at 1.40 to 1.05 i .)...,.N.I {\. divided into Twenty-five hundred ((2500))
of the par value of Ten (Jio) dollars t'
box. Selected 1 repacked on orders I
per Section for
l All stock shall be paid
sell as follows: Florida bright. E L. Goodsell's Sales. cash when sued: and all stock issued

2.00 to 2.35: ; golden russet!' 1.75 to 2.00; Florida oranges.: -KeceiptH continue to non-atsessable.,

Mexican, 2.50 to 2.75m\ box; tangerine show considerable ARTICLE IV.
<< rot, and<<1 the qualitygenerally }
*, fair demand at 2.75:; to 3.25 a uu ati fi\'turv. For this reason!' Section i. This corporation shall

box; Mandarins, fell. at 2.50 to :3.00( per low prices have continued to rule. lie-ally{ term its corporate
l lox ; gra fair. fruit, !Florida in light; oiler-I J:,")ill<
ing and demand, at 2.50 to 2.75 per I for de>irable .sizes, but the /general complaint Section i Tho buiue"! of this ,

box on orders. Cucumbers, choice, 1.75 ;among; the jobbers is that they shall be managed and conducted bv a '
to 2.00; extra fancy on orders, 2.50 |per find Kiles,, kSlow," owing to condition, andrusality. a Hoard of three Directors, a

down; hiring bean, 2.00() i goer t at>; lettuce, ,' Ship|>crs would do well to take agents Treasurer! us may and from such time subordinate to time be

Southern. 3.00 to 3.50 per barrel; toma- the greatest, precautions to prevent the section t. The Directors shall be *
Ue Florida, fine. ally bv the stockholders at the annual
very fruit coming: forward: in i pnor condition,
The Gunn Fniit in their stockholders to be held at a time and )
Company and by grading, as closely as possible.
fixed' by the liy-Iaws. The election of
Trade Letter way: "Oranges; were never (iiapc fnlit, rrnn;, 'rillo and Mandarins shall) be by ballot, each stockholder to be

in tho world's hictory as' low as they are are M'lling at umiMially!' low figures, all of to as many votes a* he owns shares : -

at J present, and this, notwithstanding till'f..ct which mu>t be mo,t discouraging to the The netted: President annually' Secretary the and Hoard Treasurer of ) '
that an ample supply is not generally !Florida produccn-<< meeting of.the Ul>ant to be held at a and the North.

to be. had at all at this stetson of year, on Florida lemons would do well, then' place to be fixed by the By-laws.
account of the heavy demand which always Section 3. Until the officer elected: at
being a active market ruling for this
very election of officers shall be qualified the
prevails for holiday wantw. fruit. of this corporation shall t he conducted by

I' 31[. hail. & Oo. Dec. ;).-:2400! l*>xes! !Florida fruits!' ; part of Directors consisting: of Albert W. and
R. Sewell and Burton K. '
Jo eph -
arrivin;; x.-\:\. S. Iroquois. Oranges) 1.80 Albert W. Webber as President and
Xew York, Dec. 11.-(Jranges, have to ,JKV; Tangerines! : half-boxes, I.;)() to Uarr as Secretary and Treasurer As

ftliown no improvement' during the |last' !50c; Mandarins, half-boxe."+, OOc<< ; boxes, practicable after the completion of the
k. The has been liberal and tion',* existence, the Hoard of
vev supply 1.15 fruit bbls. 1.50 boxes
to 1.25
; gniHJ| ; named shall elect and appoint such
priIQW and irregular. Fancy bri::hts 1.25:! to O.;H%; lemons, I.5to40c.|; officers and agents as may be provided .\

are not in any Mirplus, and held about l Dec. S.-15K) |KXCS "Florida fruits; part Hy \lanes to serve until their (' ".

Mettdy, hut large bulk of offerings o are arriving ex Clyde lino. Oranges; 1.S5 to pointed first election.and elected by the officers MMCDH

l poor, and working out very slowly at low u KOc;; Tangerines half-boxes, 1.10toOT,))>c.NKW ,
.price. ; 1.25: to 1.75 cover most: wiles! ARTICLE VI.
: Yom, I Decenilier 11.-Oranges, ; Section I. This! at
with selected blights, 2.00 and ,
only inlebtednesri
: nissete -
fancy brights, selected<<1 sizes :2.25 to :!.:;JO; subject itself loan or
neldom exceed" 1.50 IK Tang
per >X. ceeding Thousand
Twenty-five ($15,000 -
lines }1.75 to 2.00() russets )1.50]) )
average ; to \
The and residences of the
<-rims and Mandarin!! plenty, and names su
very 1.75;; Tangerines: :2.50:; to 3.50; Mandarins<< of these articles are Albert W. & and Chicago
dull at the low figures, ruling., <<<
: : irui>ofmit
1.00 to :2.00; J:11\1H.'fruit.| |HT barrel, 3.00 K. Harrs and Joseph K Sewell all of
also weak and low. l IX-IJIOIIM
vary to 4.50 boxes 1.50() to 2.50.! ) ville Fla. : of; aleoinrns, c )nnoct
in quality and value. < )ntnges,1on; ( da, ; : Egg: plant, The foregoing Articles' of : :W YOHK anti KANSAS
I jeer barrel, 12.00: to 1 18.00. Cokes, |>er adopted and signed this jit day ot I and Peninsular
bright selected 21)0 bright I best' lines
; crate, 2.00( to &.OO; string beans, 1.50 to A D iS>3. in the citv of Jacksonville, : track running through
1.76; average lines!' 1.37: to 1.02; russet! In witness whereof we hereunto /
3 50 tomutws : :
; I I. ell to 2.50.;
1.50( inferior 0.75 to 1.25 our names.
prime, ; ; tangerines -
I'AI.MKII; HIVKMII: u:u & Co. ALHKRT W. \\' + '''' Dairy YeetIo14,
.50() to 2.50; Mandarins' 0.75) to .
J K. SIUVKLL.HURTON ttlnnrhrrriI.amtt,
1.50; lemons, 1.00 to :3.00(); grape fruit, FLORIDA Fruit and Vegetable Growers------, -do- :' K. l'tnrni i lr G'oluttry,

1.50 to 2.25. 'ucumburti are irregular in you to know about Hofton'M reliable II B PHILIW. Attorney. .

quality, and rolling slowly unless fancy.KfOfplant dealers' Send 10 cents in ...stamp or silver fur a catalt'r,'", .Sjtrlittf,. timirri/and,
little and! easier= carefully pret>areti til.t.ktco"! : '" FLORIDA INIrOIUoUTION' -
more plenty : CO., :32: School St 114.-ton '''''''l/*
tltough really fancy<< is tvudily placed at .. -- -- LINCUBATORS & / f'lhlnllrnuntl( *.

full prices. Florida bonus and junisaro I .Mt and t l<" tiUmre. greatest vari

in moderate supply and selling; well when I f you feel weak tntimonUI rai.ingchlck.t send 40flmt for pr. ami tibovo all

fttney; banns oc'a ionally up to :3.00, and .;:td all worn out take O.S.SINGER, Box O!, I and Healthy.Rldgoland
a few line i JKHW have brought: 3.50 to 4 00

per crate, but |pour tock very dull, :and DOWN'S IRON BITTERS POWLINQn GREEN I | its's for route any and nnxluco It otters to

only .Mileable. I&t't.'ry low .prices.. ; Choice Send for the |pular

Florida tomatoes an meeting a good World's' Fair Highest Awards .wii = < rii. '..-Op.n. (BrC an..

outlet, but |poor stock drags (''m-uinbcrs, Medal and Diploma ... .ftbuolata qaipmvnt, freedom.carafal from tralnina.hadDfJlItu.t..nt.e aneqn ll
!Florida, cnite!, I 1.00( ) tu 3.00( ): lettuce" New on our INCUBATOR and o Mfut "W
Orleans' Imrrel, 2.00)() to .1.00): ,,,,', 'plallt. BROCOtR Combined. .. .. Florida stylo Home Mix !patros and'

barrel l, 4.00 to 7.00, box. 2.50 to :3.50; Old Reliable" twfir Nerve l l << IKIIHT,contalnlrijf also(

green I IXJHS, 1.,0<, ) to :3.00(); .string: IHMIUS, 11,.,.._...aa.-M 11n1g1i It eU1t: CharMl : / Florida and a hunting
sr.l 4 wmu I*r..pi ur.ur r.q receipt IU cents (In
1.50 to 2.00) tomatoes bushel 1.50 71 ..
; to2.00.lkarry's 1.a. .w.ct.tac.a..w. post. Tonic distribution.
....."hry CWr_ A44i | ))
"rit'Curn'lIt.. Reliable Incubator and Brooder Co Qumcy, III, t map of Florida (sent e
) on I its route.
Florida Oranges in Gorman
jf. )( !:I4l.h.l'I A..

Under date of November :20, Aug. i FLORIDA HOMESEEKER. r Jacksonville, Fla.

Sti..r, of Hamburg: } reports to the Fruit
Trade Journal I received" two
: hhipments Cejitral) &
Published at Avon Park; the model colony of
from New York which 1 have sold at an South Florida.'only so cent a year

average of IJ:!} to 12):?) marks"" nral>out3.00.: o<< M. C:'OSH\ R. R. Co.

inoi-tly consisting of 150() and 170 size -tf-- --- -- -- -- -- -PuhlUher---- I de .

fruit. I cannot recommend further -hip-. NOTICE: i i. hereby given that the und ui< mentis, as larger arrivals from Valencia the jMlutayof Drcfiulwr, 189, 81'rh I
will prevent satisfactory sales. to the Governor of Florida for t letters patent on Dr. Quickest Route
the following Charter-
.. : lOr
The undersigned' herelty a m>tate thcinsclvc EE;J.
Snow: ('0. )give memorandum showing together and iKrtwme a body corporate under and per box. Schenectady POINTS IN
number of boxes of Florida oranges by virtue of the law of the state of Florida and U for S'l..10. .r.a
lo adopt the fallowing Articles' of WEST.
received i in Koston for week ending December -
AKTICLE I. ilatod Oar, this eorn-
2 1M 3. Total number
; Section i. The name of this corporation shall "' than over ever to
same ttm) laJit l year, J 15,1K0! ; excess, IS- be "The Orange Orower t'likni." ( Vegetable Crops, and
:'Aot 1x'rot,1, to December) 1, I 181KJ.1X Section i. The general office* and principal The T.a n Q fi FRUITED five and prompt despatch
Mnl r place: of buMtie! ** of thi coritcratton shall be in U a II ail, a ". Markets.
( ,( W; 1S02:!, ),OO() ; excess, .1 I8I n VJ! Hrfect

lk.xt'rh exeoss, coupled<<1 with gen-. office the city and of Jacksonville.places of buincH Florida<< uliy\ but be such established branch<< ,very firm thrifty. yields large crop of destination with.

orally i>oor condition and! serious dePnsI4on a* the Director may from time to time determineupon. 'lored and fine flavored berrk' and is .

of 1 bu*inOM explains the low prim hfiier! | known For i Illant5: ad)>lref%, I ) by who and

thaw obtained in 1S!*$. ARTICLE II. E. T. HOUISTEt. M. I 1 ixuwlnjr various Juno-
Section I. The general nature of the 1.u&ineH { atde*tinatlon.
lkt ton, December (0-II. Harris Jt Co.sold to be transacted by Urn corporation shall be a '" and I loan prompts
I Floritk oranjco) 50e to 1.75) l box general( mercantile and' nlauafacturinglmineir4. I !\
fruit :!f to :2.! 24 box designed and intended toakl it..tockhoklerand B. \\VI marked
grapee ){ per ; navel others in the pro tudlois: Mite and disposition| of STONE & are
O"U).. :2.H2J |ltt>r box; tangerines, !', fruit and vegetable product The corporationshall !
J7e t, 1.40, i IKT halt INIX; mandarins: 25cCo. tun'C'JM>wer to buy. market; and sell, and to Art' THOMASVILLE A guide on or addrt, tbe un-
7k. r<<(' hell on commission vegetables and FREE
oranges and other (fruit: to manufacture for+ale fut A' t. Oeaki Fla.
SHOW .t sold, Ut'CembcrI'ori.- oranges and other fruits and vegetables! into .-. Culture at the South A'g't, Orlando Fla.
tJ.a 1wtutgte at 1.20: to 1-76; tangerines fitcture.wines, preserves buy and sell and fertilisers other product and the. to various manu -" and retail nurwrlM AVU I. 'slww, Kta..
--- AVXTamna Fla.
1.. to 2J6; grape fruit, 1.50 to 2.00. material used in the packing and shipping of : quarters for trees No Traffic Manager., .
vegetables ami fruits; to bikt and operate packslug no substitutions:
I'ittaburg December 1 J. H. Seward CbfSi Jacksonville. Fla
: tr. Send for tree
houses, milt s and canning"ubtthaiem.
: t




I 1!I
Gophor Soup. i Never put salt on a steak until after FOR best Kentucky Tobacco Stems, write
Acme Hotel & TOOMER, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hwettr Rural I Home: it is cooked. ,

I have learned some things in Flor Gum arabic and gum tragacanth in European Plan. 1 FLORIDA'S see "Real advantages Hstate Journal.for small" Atcadia.Investments Fla.

ida which I believe are not generally equal parts, dissolved in hot water AV. in U*. Ikvj! St., JaekMnville, Ha |i.oo per year: sample, with state map 10 cents

known and if you will give me spacein make the best and most convenient I Reopened with finely furnished apartments --- 4-23-urn-

will with clean, nice bed! HOc to $1 FANCY riGF.ONS Bought, and exchaDltd:
the Rural Home 1 give
your mucilage you can keep in the house. Write for what you want. Stamp for reply
readers the benefit of them. j per> day each j>erKn.) good dining room LLOYD GRANT Lady Lake, Fla. 7.2S52tANIMAI
Lay a thick piece of Canton flannel in satins block with moderate tires.It. ). -- --- -
Mr. Editor, did you ever eat anygopher I... CII.A'ICK.. MKAL makes hens lay. Write to K.
under tablecloth. Even
your coarse !' Ormoud, Fla.. for information.
,? I not. Then --- --- -- ---
soup guess
will look a much better quality -- -- ---
napery Belleview Soft
you have missed one of the numerous Phosphate CUTAWAY HARROW prices, address K.
with sub than if spread directlyover FOR
good things that abound in Florida. a cover no!*t fertilizer oversold in Florida for Hubbard, Ittd rall'oint.I/la",State Agent.
the bare table IO-21-tf
I had frequently<< heard the negroes top. fruit trees and vegetable -- ------

talking about how good gopher soup If you have black or tinted cambrics FOR SALK or exchange one four-year-old!!,
and bull calf
Durham half Jersey; one ,
muslins whicli hesitate
or you to Price reduced this season to live half Jersey, from a four-gallon cow. CHAS. W.CAimtRLL. .
was.Now in Missouri what trust to the laundress, give them a SR.. Ocala, Mation Co. 9-23-101
a gopher is dollars Carloads.
ton in --- ------ -
you call a salamander in Florida, andhaving first dip yourself in water in which SHKLL POND NURSKRY.-Satsuma Orange
--- the hardiest in the world on five-year
have stirred of black
the associated I did not you a teaspoonful trifoltata(
two old stocks; will bear in one or two
take much stock in gopher soup. pepper. This is also said to save gray ]>: RIED, years. JAB. .'. DEPAH. Lake City, Florida.

and buff linens from when usedin 9-2 16ORANGK ___
But I observed spots
driving along one day GI OUND agent
GROWKRS : I am the
waddling along what I had always first water.If Sizer made and a Fertilizer

of land have never tried apple short SAC:hI) Distributor that will pay for itself in one season.
supposed was a species you Waite for prices, etc. C. A. BOONK Orlando,'Fla.

terrapin. cake try it now. Prepare it exactlyas -- _8.$_ 16t __ __ n _ _

I got down and put him in my buggy you would strawberry shortcake, Write for full particulars to FOR SALK for cash' ,time or trade,orange groves,

and when I got home I found out using apple sauce in place of the berries Fla. and timber lands H. RUULKY 3-n-i6t, Keuka,

what a gopher was; and as times were ; and by the time apples grow C. B. SMITE LOUISIANA GKA! s-( -lycau ),

hard and salt pork 15 cents a poundI again you may consider an apple General Manager, Jacksonville, Flo.Accidents Cuttings at $1.25 permanaot a barrel pasture, f. o. b.grass W.U for. POWERS Florida.,

thought to economize and try what shortcake as great a treat as stf:wherry Lawtey Fla. 6-z.t-lot

virtue there was in gopher soup. shortcake. LAKKLAND NUkSHk1H5Eor.CitrusTrees
on sour or grapefruit roots. A com-
Well, sir, it just discounts Chesa- Havo You Asthma ? plete stock of all standard varieties of Orange

peake terrapin. Dr. R. Schiffmann( St. Paul, Minn., : : : : : : : : :t: : : : : : : and SKKOLKSS Lemon Pomelo Trees,,and making the. Seedless a specialty Tahiti of Lime the,

Just get you a gopher and if it is will mail a trial package of SCIIIPF- with 75,000 Grape Fruit Seedlings for grove setting
also Chestnuts, ,
not a large one get two. Get a negroto MANN'S ASTHMA CURE: free to any v Loquat Plum, Kelsey 1>Plum another deciduous
dress him-they all know how- e-H a as.s' u Li ,- -'lfrt ." trees and plants. C. M. )Marsh Lakeland Polk
sufferer. lie advertises it '
by giving
Co., Florida. il-4 and him into into which
put a pot
away. Never fails to give instant relief FINK SOIL tor Fruit, Truck or General Fa rip-
you had put a pint of shelled snap in and where -70 acres, high and fertile: cleared,15
worst cases cures
cultivated; on public road; *4 mile\ to school,
beans, some tender roasting ear corn others fail. Name this paper and Will Happen. postoflice and steamer dock;on tidewater river;
cut from the cob and a (few sliced ripe 2fe' miles to 1'. N. R. R.; neighbor right and left.
send name and address for a free Kxceptionally Have another farm near
your nut "an ounce of prevention is worth a poundof healthy. ;
tomatoes and boil all together over a trial package. cure." We toad ten miles or sixteen tons and will sell the above on easy terms, at a nominal
quick fire until the beans would mash of "prevention" in a box car. We have County price to one or more desirable settlers.
who sell three such carloads in Shipping facilities rail or water. Address Inves
Agent or
J with the back of a ladle. Season to When the tongue is white and thereis one Reason. Figure up the raving! on accident tigate! care F. & F. G. "-4t

taste with pepper and salt and tomato a bad taste in the mouth, use one and cure, and write for evidence. FRUIT and FLOWF.RS for the Sunny South

catsup. When boiled down to a good drop of tincture of myrrh on the PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO.. Adrian. Peaches, Plums, Roses,Camellias, etc
None better, none chaper. D. L. Pierson. Mon
stir in half of anda toothbrush. A glass of water containing tlcello, Fla. 1WANTKD t
soup a pint cream ---- _ __ _
lump of butter whilst boiling. a squeeze of lemon juice is a -- --- -A purchaser for 3,500 Thrifty: Year-

Now, you do this, and if you don'tS11y wholesome thing to drink the first w ____ __ __ __ _n(_0_u I. UMS._ $33.00 per B. W.Pear'Partridge Trees,,jK Monticello to 8 feet,

it is a thing that Delmonico oughtto thing in the morning. To insure insertion in this column, advertisements ii-iS-tf
must be accompanied by the
know I will never send you another For dark-colored garments: make the Advertisements must not exceed money.fifty words. BARGAINS in Floridal. Fine o-year-old

for starch of coffee make Postage Stamps received in payment. Grove '
recipe soup. water or hay tea grove;
Count every word including; name and address.CTKIFOUATA and Phosphate Lands. Send for descriptive cir
FRESH PORK ON 1 It'K.: to wash them in."hen the color of culars. J. L. Dcrieux, Lakeland, Fla, t1-n8.8t.
for !Hedge Seedlings 12 to
-- -- --
It is a well-known fact that pork is red or pink garments is doubtful soak b., packed to carry long dis 10 :Royal Dwarf Banana Suckers
them two hours in salt water before tance. $20.00 per thousand. I.. R. KEKVAN, 1UUUU sale. $40 per Address Cfaas.
not a good summer meat owing to and blue in Norwalk,. Fla.! __ __ _. __ _ 1 2.9StCoNI'IiDHRATH __ T. Verbeke, Brantly, Fla. tt-IBat
' washing, ones water to
times and of I
scarcity -- -
tight money. MON H\-,5 for i; fso for 5;
have killed a good deal of pork this which a tablespoonful of sugar of lead 300 Address 1 I' (). Ilox 647, Portland HJtA\\' CANK )MILL is-lnch,j toilers; '
Ore. 1 2-t6-4t steam power. Could use horse power.
has been added. iron colored
summer and used the hind quarters Always Crushes extra dry and fast. Also Cook Evaporator -
on the side as far as and iron furnace. Also, first-class 36-inch
garments wrong ;
sold the other labor. STRAWBERRY
and to pay s'Uatlxrd varieties;; French Iluhr Stone corn or graham flour mill.

I find b}' putting this meat on ice possible. i.000,000 Hoffman the great Southern I berry, Low price for cash W. C. LA DO, Lawtey, Fla.
finest.. l3-2-3t
earliest largest
and letting it remain a until thoroughly --- ----- ---
day Kittrell N C. ta-t6totBRONZE
Tired Professional Men
Hedge Rose Plants and Cut
cold to the bone it is ------- -------- MACARTNKY
just as
sale. M Fairbanks
*( llornford'N Arid Phosphate.. O'NKILL ,
Turkeys, Pekin Ducks Indian Game
good to use in summer as any time, The tirvd professional and literary .. Fowl and Hucat, reasonable Fla. -__-------_ ___ 11-25-131

and will keep sweet as long as you men will find nothing/ so soothing and price Mrs. W. II. MANN Mannville. Fla.1216tf ORANGK Growers' Cypress Ladders; any

keep it cold, but does not have that refreshing us lIorf forcl'K .\cicll'ho"phut| Chisels & T.from S. GaE 15 io to, Citra%6 (cd., Fla.; also Tap 11-25-41 koot

moldy taste refrigerated meat does This is the testimony of ouHnoN! !' of VURPINK a to 4-yt'8rOnulge-and lemon buds
these classes of men. )('; they must go out of my COR SALK.-A few bushels of Sweet Potatoes,
from the North.Newsjwper grove. J. DKRIKUX: lakeland Fla. I2-r6.4t. planting size. A new and most excellent
I find is one of the best -e- --- kind. One dollar per bushel. A. J. ALDRICH,
It is estimated that fullIOOOCO NIAGARA Grape Vine for sale cheap. 0 S. Orlando, Fla. 11-25-41
non-conductors of heat, and if you Hastings Fla. 12-16-61
ice in old it will boxes of oranges will he shipped from PURK IJlood Poland China Boar, seven months
wrap your newspaper -Citrul Trifoliate Fruit Florida .
Hrooksville this WANT HI) forgetting grown, $8.00. J. C.,care Florida -
keep better than in anything else. season. ; will buy fresh need al o. Address, Farmer and Fruit Grower, Lawtey, Fla.II25tf .
stating amount you have and mice.. C. W. Fox.
1 buy two hundred pounds at a time Fruitland Park, Lake Co., Fla.. 12.i6-2t ---
SALK-Orange and Lemon Tree on
Brown Leghorn Hggs Cheaper than
--- --- --- PURR
for a week's supply and by wrapping >ur tock. Write for price to J. II.TURNLKV Stock the very best ft.ooforij. R.
and White for
Leghorns sale.
!it in newspaper 1 find I gain one day Fla Kxcelior Nurseries" Lake 1216151S Weir. BROWN per ALIIERT FKIKH, St. Nicholas $5.00 it": PCDDY, tawtey.- -Fla.- -- -- 11-25-161,

In seven. -- ---- JtHW ARD.-I will pay this sum for
WTHY Orange Grove for "sale 10 acres bearing $5 00
CHAS. \\'. CAMPHELI.! SR. AGENTS W2l2i32! ,r.ri ; >(2,000. ALBKHT Panics, St.;Nicholas, Fla. into the a practical best Recipe merchantable for manufacturingoranges product.

GMfeNo Plantation Marion Co. .a4i sub' ueru.IIOUM be.t plofbtatl.HuIf'.r.tlt.nt ...1.n h.. __ -- it---. BURTON K. HARMS,Jacksonville!...Fla. I2-2-4t
-"- .___ I f I i al.v.rr I'ftD4. "11_*IlHCrW..... DIVKRSIDK t NURSF.RIKS.-Peaches, Pears, FOR Cotton Seed Hull Ashes, Blood and Bone,
eruallkird.ofl1 61eraebIDif7.COeapr.t Plums, Japan Persimmons Apricots, Almonds *> Ground Tobacco Stems, Agricultural Salt
: ,
In purchasing canned goods it is a ..rJa or ....rwtlt tug 1It..1t1.. cofB I..tu"....,.un Figs, Mulberries. Loquatsl'eans, Satsuma Sulphur and all fertilizer material, write WILSON -
safe rule to observe whether the head i 4 fHa.".r....lath...".ekn'cf dtnUttt I and Dancy Tangerine Oranges, GrapeVines Ac TOOMER Jacksonville Via ia-a.jt
.i.nlea. bat and Roses reasonable
rm.eltrerr an Cteao s i. ; prices ; catalogue ----- -
of the can is concave, a bulging appearance ...u,.-.... fl.IIJIf'f'h'Dee.-tf14. Tc. free. J. A. DANIEL, Prop., Glen St. Mary Fla.121612t LARGE two years old Orange and Lemon Buds
L.perrttor meani._s.a'e.' (het
being indicative of decomposition. ,JIIIP".J,." uteri holt.I........--Uft'tlla frM each.: Three- year buds 30 cents.
:' ""'.1.,tlAltlUsUYS CU..>:$,(........ I Grape fruit and Tangerine buds 35 cents. Other
C HOICK: Budded Satsuma and PineappleOrange trees cheap. Nearly all on sweet stock. Write
I, --- Trees; buds two years old on sweet for prices. LAKE REGION NCRAKRY Co. An-
To tortoise-shell combs bright I I UI .1. .1. I J J S. stumps; lour years old one inch to one and one burndale. Polk county, Fla. U-2:{ ttU
keep ,
FOR half inches in diameter;: correspondence: solicited. -"
nib them after each wearing with soft T. D. WILLIAMS. Waldo, Fla. it ANTItD.-An Orange Grove. Add rets, 27
SOUTHERN ORCHARDS. YY Thorndike St., Box U, Lowell, Mas*.
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there'hen they become dim I. t J"9-n
Write for Catalogue and price list.JENNINGS' CASSAVA Seed and Orange Wine for !sale
ckn with rottenstone and oil applied state quantity wanted; plant cassava WANTHD. Kumquat trees : also a half-
NURSERY CO., any time during winter. II. MBMLAH.M, Apop- fruited. Address, T. R.
with chamois. Thomasvllle, U*. ka. Fla. I3-.*.4t TOWNS,Jacksonville. 12"94tTHE





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

MAKE everything equal. ,


Atlanta Blaolc I andL IPloxvs.








SAVANNAH LINE.Time I Clyde Steamship Co.

53 to SS hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and _

between Boston and Savannah, 65 to 70 hours. NEW YORK, OHflHliESTON MHOFLDFjigH LIMES.

OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The magnificent- -Steamships of this Line are appointed

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

PO..OKa RL1te.s i both ways :
Between Jacksonville and New York : First-clans, 125.60 ; Intermediate $19.00; Excursion f4J.SOi; From New York. From JftckionTllle,
Steerage 1 12.50. (Her 29, K. R.) STKAMKR FlurliU.
Jacksonville and Boston : Cabin '27.00; Intermediate $21.00;: Excursion: $47.301; Steerage $14.2' Monday Nov 27th, at 3 pm..CUKROKHR..Sunday. Dec 3d..tuJOpm
The magnificent Steamship this Company are appointed(to sail as follows: Wednesday Nov 29-h. at 3 pm......"ALGONQUIN.. ".... ...Tuesday I:. opm
........ "
Friday Dec istt at 3 pm \ SHH".Thunday. Dec 4x10ampm. :
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. llolldayUt'C 4th, at 3 ..., ...."SF.M1NOLK" .... ... Sunday Dec 5:30: amDecuth
WedneMlay, Dec 6th, at 3 pm........ "IKOQUOlb" ........Tuesday at 'xooa:
(Central or 90Meridian Time.] Friday. Dec 8th, at 3 p m........ "CHKKUKKH" .......Thursday, Dec 14th. ,at 8:30: a ml
ICniiftaft (!II .......Friday Dec lit, 12 noon Monday. Dec nth at 3 pm..AI.GUNQUIN..Sunday. Dec 11th,at 113o: a mVedn.Mlay )'
) ....... m'
l>ec 13th at 3 p m..YBMAaRR" Sunday, Dec I9th at law: p
City of Illriiihigliuni..,.......Saturday Monday, Dec Dec 4th xi', zoo p.mNaroochre. Friday Dec lSthat 3 p in........ bKMINOI.K" .......Thursday, Dec Jilt,at l.1Opm:
3.00 p.121TaIIIIas.rr Monday, Dec 3VetliieiKlay pm........ "IKOQUOIS".Sunday, Dt'CJ.4th..t 3: oam
Die 6th,
City of \ ... .... .. ... Wednesday. Friday, Iec8th, 4.30 5.310 p in mClmUaliooclire \ Dec aoth, at 3 pm........"CIhKOKHE".Tuesday) Dec i6th,at 7.OOam
..... ........................Saturday. Drc qth. 6.00 p.m Friday Dec tai at 3 m."ALGlNQUIN.Thursday....... Dec 9 oo a m
Monday Dec 331)1) at 3 pm..Y".l\tA SHR" Sunday.. Dec jut at 11.10: a mWt'
.. ........
KMII U City... .. Monday, Dec nth. 700pm
City or IUrlnh, b"ln.. ......................... 1\. lnC'tot'ay.' Dec ijth .mNumorlirf Dec ath, at 3 pm........"SHMINOLH".Tuesday, Jan ad, at 1:00: p m
.. .... ...
... ...
.)........ ............ .............Friday, Dec 151/!. 1030 nl Friday Dec 39th, at 3 pm. 1RUQUOIS" Thursday, 4th,at 1.30pm
TausIla..irr. ..... .............................Saturday, Dec i6th u.ooa.m
City Anciiftttt ............... ................l\lullday.Ut'C iSth, i.oo p.n
ClitttlHlioorlir: ......,....................WedneMlay", Dec 2oth. 3x0 p.m ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.For .
KHII H. < Ity........ .... ........... ......... Friday.. Dec aid .ooaln
City of ItlrinliiRlmiu .......Saturday. Dec aid, 6.00 p.m
Nnroorhftt ......... Monday Dec 25th 7.cO a.mTHllaliHBftro Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
........... Wednesday, Dec 77th, 900 a.m
City or AIIRIIMM... ................................'"...Friday, Dec 29!h, u.ooa.m the St. Johns River.
Cbttabuo'hcoe ....... Saturday Dec joth 11.3Oa.m

The elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers"City
(UtttClty. Dec 7th
City or Mucou' .,.... ....... S .ThurloC.lay.IJt'C I4th,soop.m 900 a.rn : of Jaolcsonrllle,"
date City.Thursday, Dec ai"t. 33Qpm
City of : .Thursday, Dec aSth 9.30 a.m Capt. W. A. SHAW,
"E'.1. ecl'lc DeBo.1.Y."
. (This Ship does MOT Carry Passengers.) Capt. T. W. LUND. JR.,

!>>><-..OUK. ...... ... ..... ..... ....... .......Sunday Dec jd 2.00 a.m Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville daily except Saturday, at 3.30 p.m., and from Sanford
l>r.*. tuft.. Wednesday, Dec ijth, 8.3Oa.ln daily except Sunday at 9 oo a.m.
l>>>*ssoug. Dec aid S.Jop m
THESE PALACE STEAMERS __tread down. Reed up.
"'" Leave 3JOpiu ............ ........... .... jacklJOl1\'iUe ....... ................. Arrive 11.4Spm
Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line), offer to the .. 8.30 I' nl .................. .......... ....I'alatka.:............ '". .......... Leave 7.00 p m
Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. ... 1.30 a nl............................... .. A",tor.............. .............. It :I 00 P m
Through Ticket and Dills ol' Lading i rued to principal 1 points North Rut and Northwest via 2.455 "I ...... ........................ St. Fn ncf........................... 12'4S P m
Savannah. For information and room apply to ,5 00 a tI11.! ........... ................,. rnfont....... .......... .......... 1104'a ID
J. P. DKCKWITH. Sol. Agent. W. II. LUCAS Fla. Pans. Agent, .1 6.00 a nl.............. .................. Blue Spring ........................ to 11.00 am
71 West Bay Street Jacksonville. 71 West Bay Street Jacksonville Arrive 8.00 a 11\'...............................Sanford............................ 9.00 a m
k. L. WALK HR. Agent C. G. ANDKRSON Agent _. _91s! a 1II' :': ......... ...........Hn_..f'rprl .. ......................... 9-0 am
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New Pier No. 35. North River, New York. City Kxchange Building Savannah Ga
RICHARDSON & BARNARD.! Agents, Lewis' Wharf Boston.W. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville
L. Agent S. Third Street, Philadelphia.
I. 1 JAMKS>. IIASIIAUKN,it Kafttern Agent SaY.. Fla. k Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadwa M.: II. CIiYliK.: Assistant Traffic Manager, 5 Bowling Green New York.
A. DeW. SAMPSON General Agent W. I(. ARNOLD Gen. Tray. Pass. Agt., Jacksonville. Fla Til io.: T. 1XJKIC: Traffic Manager s Bowling Green New York.
\ .1. COM:, Panenger Agent. 5 Howling Green, New York.F.
W. II.
Washington ML. Boton. KIIKTT. GeneralAgent,
:M. IHONMOMiKIt: : .Jr.. Florida 68 West
Passenger Agent Fta.
For Tickets apply to S. F. It W. Railway office. 317 Broadway New York. aeksonville
-- --- -- --- JOHN I.. IIUW.t ItI). Florida Fft'ightAient.foot llogan Street,) Fla.
I. A. LKSI.Ii:, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street Jacksonville Fla.

WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents,
13 South Ih'laew"r..u..., I'hllndelphla. 5 Howling (irren, New York.PU1UDELPDIA .
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Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers and FLORIDA STEAMSllIP CO.


We Handle Only the Best and.Most.Roliablo Seeds. A Comple Stock of THE DIRECT PHILADELPHIA ORANGE ROUTE.

Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, From SAILING..liirkiionvlllrS.S. DAYS B' ,-_ -

Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark. leaves. South Dec.Portland 0, '93 from Throu Florida to
Trenton Wllkes-
STATK.ACRNT8 FOR PURE GROUND BONE S. S. Brlxham barre, HarrUbur?.
leaves Dec. 13/03 1 Buffalo Albany l ,

T gert-A11en Pertiliier Co. S.S. South Portland > Scranton Pitts-
NITRATE SODA r burs, Elmira, Syr
leaves Dec. 1693. ,_ s- acuse,Rochester.
Star Brand Fertilizers Pr* MURIATE OF S. S. Brlxham -
POTASH, leaves Dec. 21/03 *
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Orange Tree and Vegetable r KAINIT? Etc.

Send Thee FERTILIZER.for Fertilizers Catalogue han free."o superior in the market and aerial: will convince. 35 cts. ner Box. 70 cts. oer Barrel.


President. Vice-president. Excellent wharf facilities. Fast time.
Cashier. Assistant Cashier.

CAPITAL $100,000.,, Quick handling. Delivery in Philadelphia


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, at Pier 8, South Wharves, in the very heartof

Respectfully solicits your Deposits Collections and General

Bonking Business.OORRESPONTbEINOE the fruit trade.

: INVITED. For other rates and particulars apply to

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John L. Marvin A. B. Campbell Chas. Marvin W. A. 50MERVIIM Qr LB. DIEKMAH.

Jas. P. Tallaferro T. W. Roby Judge R. B. Archibald
W. B. Clarkson, C. B. Rogers, W. M. Davidson, Florida Ag't, Foot Nownan St, GonM M'g'r, 165 Dock St,

Dr. H. Robinson. John E. Hartrldge. Jacksonvlllo, Fla. Philadelphia, Pa.THE .



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". ." ",0" '," ,... .,-. -, . -._ -," ,.., ",, ', '. _._, ',"" ",-,' ." "" ,. ,- ,, ... .- ". .- ". p'"_ ... AND NEW YORK.


THEIR CHLUORATRD Drandof TRUCK VARM1 RS' SI'ECIAL. produced the first best crop of the year and the patmus of this brand have been very succeswfutandmadelargesums! or
money out of their crops the past year. Mercers. G. W. Bigelow and N. J. Anderson, of Uushnell, Ilia.,started their crops of Wfttermelons into market the latter pan of.
Mr. Jtte.IN.ow IiOId two can in New York,through Sgohel & Day, for$456.00 first car and$530.00 second csr-The highest price ever realised 111 New York. He also sold 1 one car In Boston,f Or$60esti4
otherauraatfancy priCft. No Brand of Fertilizer has Realized One-Third as Good Results. Write for full information: regarding our different brands of Special lIxtur"

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I IF" ,CAN produce ti car load of fine early melons from our Truck Farmers' Special and sell at "JOO or over per car in Now York,

i is it not more remunerative than using slower and dieajK-r fertilizers Let us figure : A car of early melons that cut well will bringi

New .York at least $;JOO. )Deduct) $1.10 1 (freight, $110: commission: $"JO:) ami you will get $1(50( net proceeds. But if you use a fertilizer

nt is not carefully prepared} : or adapted to the crop and<<1 soil requirements! of the State you get your melons into a Into market and are

unato if thy bring freight charges. Say, however, two later cars bring a total of $500, you have double freight, amounting $220,

commission $'JO, leaving only $50 as your net proceeds.<< -OBSERVE THE DIFFERENCE!


By writing to us wo can givo you some valuable points on this subject and show you how to obtain remunerative) crops.


: Wo give KttinuiicRitivo Crop. Other furnish Theory. No. 50 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
Our IiiK.'Cticitle and Fertilizer; Mine prepared horn O. S. Gas Lime is giving splendid rL'tultH.rrito u for copies of the opinion* of those who have) carefully
tested this article.

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:Manufactured h1 the

l. B. Darling Fertilizer Co. ; NEW SOUTH CULTIVATORIS

TilE BEST.: tread what other* Kay of i it. Send for circulars and price1UI _

OF PAWTUCKET. R. I. to T. K. GODBEY, Waldo, Fla.

No Others Give Equal Results.i ?: PONY CULTIVATOR! '...,

K llofttvrlrk Itlork, Corner liny sand! Mitiii Stre<*t*> .
Brad- fur I'ockvt Alt-iiKirMinlw lt ok. harrow: and tho paper! one year, $5.00.
Lorenzo A. Wilson. W. G. Toomor.TOOMER .

#IiI+S.I" I.10: rIr1r.V I .

TllOMASVJLLK ( JStcitc? \c:: Jts.: :Mr. T. K. Godbey:
DRAR SIR:-We take pleasure in Mying that we are well pi pawl 1 with the New South Cultivator I.
*. They do excellent work in the nursery. We have I been using the Acme,and Planet,Jr..
among our nursery trt't'IJTh! .,l lition of the New South Cultivators to our Mock of toot will
enable us to do better work. We alo tried them in corn and better work could\ not be dene. They
certainly would be valuable in the cotton fieM. Very respectfully,

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Orange Tree Manure.
ORLANDO KLA.,June:ae,s f.
Fruit and Vine Manure T. K. Ca1y! 1WI.:
Uf'a\tk tR-1'tltiukIke 'rW SOuUI: jtjsir thel> *tIt round! cultivator I have ever userlgudlhrensedabout
alt of I ticnu Yours truly
Tomato Manure -
C. A. nOON H.

A A Ammoniated Super-Phosphate, ; -- : I "i" 'I! ," J .

Pure Ground Bone.

Hcrelianls1} 1 Steamship Co

AIO1)ealers in \

Blood and Bone, Sulphate of Potash S trs. John [B.} [IhristQplieraiitl

I'JIIm: Thomson.

Tobacco Stems Nitrate of Soda CottonseedMeal Are appointed to saO from IMer ::s North River. every Saturday. From Jacksonville every Batur
day, to silt the tide '
I Rate on oranges, ,,x pc box sot ,pr Iwrrel. New York jner i t. heated by steam and i I.located
in the center of the fruit trade.
Canada Hardwood Ashes, and all per Kate cent.from New York to Jacksonville are .I per cent!lower than other line Insurance. 15 oft

Fertilizer Materials. General Freisht Agent. Pier je, North Bier,N. Y.
J. G. ClIRISTOrilHR.Gener )"n"J.tI J_(\il'!,. k.

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C IrH.Rletce: solicited, ami lriCUts and circular sent on upplleRttou.Aa. .

, i1tII ''V.a'1t<<.HJ )11'1 c.tll Uraooou.i)l 3l hiE'll l'IaM. QUEEN SUCKERSNow

ready for delivery.
__ 11'. N. JPJRICK: ,
Foot of Hogon St., Jacksonville, pla. i Box 449, Orlando Fla.