Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00352
 Material Information
Title: 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
Physical Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: S. Powers
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1895
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID: UF00055765:00352
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Preceded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

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Pbwerg, Publisher and Proprietor. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. OCTOBER 19. 1895. Whole No. 1393 Vol NEW VII SERIES, No. 42

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I Before buying your Nursery Stock,investigate and know what you are getting. Know that .
you are buying of a Grower and not a second or third hanll'dealer. "


I [ the most Extensive in'the State and ofter all HomeGrown!, Stock. Peaches Plums, Pears
G. L. TABER Japan Persimmons, Grapes,Figs, Mulberries,Apricots,Almonds Satsuma and other Oranges andLemons
on both


Glen St. Mary, Florida. 75 varieties of Roses all field grown and Budded and Grafted. Ornamental Trees, Shrubs etc.

Over 300 Varieties of Fruit Trees and OrnamentalsADAPTED It Write will Catalogue pay those intending and.any to information plant Orchards wanted to visit, my Nursery and Experimental Grounds..'

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:Headquarters for fear Trees. Satsnma Oranges on Trlfoltata. Celestial Figs, am able to supply you with Orange and Lemon
bud wood of standard varieties, such as Safe Arrival and Satisfaction Guaranteed.V .
One Year Trees now full of Fruit. Everbearing Mulberries for the rigs and .'HART'S TARDIFF,

Chickens. Elberta.reach Trees by the Thousand. MAJORCA, A R I ET I ES: Homosassa,Jaffa, Dancy
,' L RUltY. Tangerine. Hart's Tardiff, (or Valencia Late), St.
Send for interesting Catalogue. t JAFFA. Michael Ruby, and Malta Bloods, W. Navel,
ICI. 'GILL'1 I J33.AII, Prop., j
J. {,
MALTA BLOOD. Guarantee Absolutely no Red, White, Yel-
MONTICELLO, FLA. I MED. SWEET,,; low or Purple Scale on Buds sent.
DANCY TANGERINE, Tne true Lisbon Lemon. Villa Franca, Eureka
: CHINA MANDARIN, Etc., Royal Messina,Belair Premium, Overbear
;: u.?;;, ROYAL PALM NURSERIES.. ,I At the following' prices; ing,and Imported Sicily Lemons.A .

1000, $5.00; 3000 $12.00; 6000 $20.00. few Pomelo Buds il per 10O Other
r i$4.5O per 1,000, *1O per 3.OOO.
o uJ We are Offering an Exceedingly Large and Varied Assortment : .
Lemons. Lisbon, Villa Franca, Eureka'at'
of Trees and Plants. isame prices.Buds Please send P. 0. Money' Orders or Drafton
.. J delivered without further cost to and
you New York only. References Given.
411i.. 'guaranteed ,to arrive in fine order., Orders
g SS Orange, Lemon- Lime.I Pomelo, Pesch, Plum, Grape, dive, Dewberry, booked now for delivery. Address,
Raspberry, Tropical Fruits, Grasses, Bamboos, Palms, Orchids, Ferns, Cactps, Economic Plants CITRUS TREES, OLIVES, PALMS AND
(like Camphor,Cinnamon,Tea, etc., etc.) in hundreds and thousands of plants,all well grown and C. S. BURGESS, DECIDUOUS TREES, FOR SALE.
In perfect condition. Send for Illustrated Catalogue, with special list of Citrus for tho season. Riverside Nurseries, Address:

IlEASONER BROS., Oneco, Fla. Riverside, Cal.. I. H. CAMMACK,
Manatee River Region._ Reference.-Orange Growers' Bank, Riverside, Whittier, California
Cal. Florida reference given if wanted
[ Cut this out for Reference.]


lOur stock of this popular variety is now ready for delivery. Beware of spurious ..
northern houses at $2 to$2.50 pound. REASONABLE PRICES. :" ||| a Success at
Italian i i and California stock sold by per '--1:=" fRUIT \CULTURE the Southland
,j-, = Catalogue FRE E. Wholesale -
,OUR SEED ARE GENUINE. ,;f!''-"'''' and retail nurseries. NO
Genuine Bermuda Onion Seed Pearl, Bermuda -: .
White Silver Skin, Yellow Danvers and :;:.
:thTarieties i White and Red, Packet 5 cents; i oz. 15 cents; 1 oz. 25 cents; Top or PerennialNew B. W. STONE & 00.,
\T lb. 85 cents; 1 Ib. $3.00 post paid. Crop of Refugee Beans,$4 per bushel. THOMASVILLE. GA.I .

H." Gr. HASTINGS' : : Xs OO, S F DSMEN.I : Fit .*Strains of Cabbage,,Florida tested.A I HATCH CHICKENS th !lfi3lk;: :

I Interlaohen, Florida. luu' line of all seeds. Excelsior Incubator.
Florida and Georgia Seed Rye and.Oats. I Simple, Perfect, Sclf-Rcgu-
Catalogue free on application. _______ I IM luting. Thousands In f uco MEfl -
.' WINTER FLOWERING BULBS. I hates Guaranteed to
300 ACRES IN NURSERY. Q ONE ACRE UNDER GLASS. O 38TH YEAR. Send for price list. I, b l any fertile other egg larger Hatcher.at leu percentage cost Lowest than ot

LOiroularefree. priced flnt-elaii Hatcher
L. CAMERON, Seedsman, made. GEO. II. STA.HL
FRUIT TREES Specially Adapted to Florida. i Jacksonville, Fla. Illns.Catalogue. 114to1tl0thBI.Qaleeylit.
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CHOICE FRUITS AND ,FLOWERS FOR r, rtassarae. Chester Whit.
Oriental Pears,japan Plums on Marianna Stocks japan Persimmons, Giant Loquat, Strawberry SOUTHERN PLANTING.Pears etered l D Jersey lied A Poland China
Vinu etc. Rare Conlferae, Broad Leaved Evergreens. Camelias 50000 Palms, stein Pias. Jersey,Guernsey&;Hoi-
Iooo0CamphorandCinnamon trees,Roses. The.Greenhouse Ifep.irtment is Ute largest and a specialty Trifoliata OrangeStocks.. Sheep Cattle.Fancy Poultry.Tucronahbiad Hunting
most complete in the Southern States. We grow everything in trees>and plants suited to South Prices LOW. List Free. SUMMIT NURSERIES and house Dogs. Catalogue
ern horticulture. Catalogue free, Address P. J. BERCKMANS, Augusta, Ga. No Agents. Mouticello, Fla. 8. W. 8MIT ochranvlllOi Chester Co., "--11.




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"c-- State LAKE AgrielIltllral.CITY FLA.College' I, \ k4 IW. THE "DAISY"" PLOW.An

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":::-. MONDAY, SEPT. 3O 1895. Implement That Every Gardener and Strawberry

regular courses Agricultural, Mechanical -
Latin-Scientific, Women's,equiv
alent in length, studies and honor. Graduates!
of Latin-Scientific course receive degree of A. B.; Shortest Quickest Most Attractive
of other courses,degree of B. S. ,
A one year's Business Course giving thor- "
ough instruction in Commercial LawArithmetic. ,, :R. 0 JT E
Penmanship and BookKeeping.A
year's course in Stenography, TypeWriting BETWEEN
and Telegraphy, fitting students for business. FLORIDA POINTS AND THE NORTH

Graduates of these courses receive certificates of .
TUB "' ;
proficiency.A r'. ;
course in Flano Music has been added Florida Central and PeninsularNEW .' vrn" 'r,
under an associate of the Toronto Conservatoryof "
Music,giving best facilities to students of the .,'" "
Piano, at a reasonable charge. THROUGH ROUTES. )i
Military Instruction under a graduate of .
4, New York to Jacksonville by '
West Point. The young men are under Military Washington ''
New Florida Pennsylvania R. R. to -
Discipline similar to West Point The to ,, ,
and Southern Railway
College Physician attends all students without Northern 1 Columbia, Florida Central & \ I a ..
charge. Lake City is one of the healthiest places C
Air Line.Cincinnati Peninsular to all principal i:
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. iI in America. High Pine Land. Pure Water. In points in Florida.
R eleven years there} has not been a death at the NL L >
College. All courses are open to women. Stu-Je Cincinnati to Jacksonville by :
dents not prepared for the Freshman class can. Queen & Crescent to Chattanooga -
enter the Preparatory Department. and Southern R'y to Ever-
.., To all students from Florida tuition is Free in Florida}ette, Florida Central & Penin-
j all departments except Piano MusiC Music Limited. sular to all important Florida =
students pay a reasonable charge. Students points.
from other States pay$20 a year tuition, music Kansas City Fort Scott & "r
extra. Young men board in the Mess Hall at$10a Kansas City Memphis R.it to Kansas City, -TIm 0}
I month. Young women board with families in andJackso'vllle }to Birmingham, Southern R'y ; / :
town at$10 to$15 a month. College year begins Thro' Line to Everette, Fla. Central & :
September 30, 1895. Peninsular to all Fla. points.
For catalogues address Louis to Jacksonville by

1St. Short Line to Du Quoin,
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to; Sioux City & Chicago to Jack-
I JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY sonville. Ill. Cent. to Holly
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Route Sou. R'y to Ever- This little plow has been perfected with special reference to Florida use and

DELAND, FLORIDA. ette and the F. C. & P. with the assistance and suggestions of Florida growers. ,-. I
Louis'ille & Nash'ille to River
For both sexes College, Normal School, New Orleans Junction. F. C. & P. only
Academy, Art School and Conservatory of Music To -. 1 route with through sleepers
An institution of first rank. Faculty of twenty Jackso'ville between New Orleans and

i L teachers.steam,lighted Seven by electricity.elegant buildings Hot and, heated cold water by Jacksonville Four Points and a Wrench Go With Each Plow.Given .

baths. Thoroughly equipped gymnasium. Department The F. C. & P. has 700 miles of track in .
of Physical Culture, with Military Drill Florida running through the

I for young men. Library of 6,000 volumes. Read- Tobacco Jttefftons, with this paper to new subscribers for one year for $5.00 f. o. b. at our
ing room, with all leading periodicals and daily Stock Farming and Dairy Section, -
I' and weekly papers. Thoroughly equipped l lI .. Peach and Strawberry Lands, ..
I chemical and physical .laboratories. Separate Orange, Banana and Pineapple Country, Storeroom.FARMER
buildings for Music and Art Schools, with artists Phosphate Belt. GROWER,
of established reputation in charge. Opens Has the Silver Spring and
October 2. Send for catalogue giving full information Other fine Scenery.The J A.OKSONVXI."I."E, PI."A..
to Great Hunting Country.
I, JOHN F. FORBES Reaches the Noted Fishing Ground....
President. Has the best lands for tillage, greatest vari- N. B. Special low rates given for Pony, Clipper and Hammock Plows) in connection .
ety of soils in the State, and above all with the paper. Write us for terms.WHY.

Runs over the Central Rldgreland
Where It Is High and Healthy.
lorida Prosperous towns fill its route and it offers
d the best freight facilities for any produce to ? .
Lan 5 the Northern markets. Send for the popular

OrangesjResorts with its spirited words and beautiful music Go on "Niggering the Corn off the Cob, Blistering your Hands and

descriptive of an actual Florida Home, and Wearing the Skin off?
which is gotten up in elegant style-Six pagesof
( full sized best music aper,containing also
a picture of a home In Florida and a hunting
scene. It is mailed on receipt of 10 cents(in CORN SHELLER.SEVERAL
investments stamps,to pay expense of distribution.)
Send also for the best map of Florida (sen REASONS
free) and note the towns on its route.A.O.MAODONELLG.P.A. WHY YOU

Developments: AV SHOULD HAVE ONE
Jacksonville, Fla.

.Attractions"* Address, The Fla. Cent. &-Peninsular R. R. iII d81; H, It is fully warranted against breaking or getting -

Itl out of order by fair
any usage.
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FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN r'-zi- 'Ir a shelling by picking the cobs out of the shelled
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. THE EAST AND -1 i liilll ,,, corn, as the machine takes the corn all off the
WEST. a cob, drops the in the box
I \ Ji''' corn or basket, takes
With Improved Ventilated Cars, this com- + ,' the cob on around and throws! it off at the back.

pany is better equipped than ever ever to ;,. By a little practice with it you can easily shell
You handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops and --- i i '= ..
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Insure close connections and prompt despatchto __ ; The sheller is small but It will do the work off
Can Get all Eastern and Western Markets. many a larger machine.

Ferry's Seeds at'your dealers Through, oars to destination with- The spring can be adjusted to,any tension re
as fresh and fertile as though out change or delay. -. % quired and can be loosened when not in use, thus
r you got them direct from Ferry's Perishable freight followed by wire and .; y avoiding any chance of its giving out.
Seed Farms.FERRYS. shippers advised time passing various Junc- A sheller wrench accompanies every machine.
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Or N. S. PENN NGTON,Traffic Manager, ,
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Florida Oranges Abroad. THE ORANGE TREES. here and whoare' able to restore the Without attempting any scientific

London, October n.-The first groves. explanation of the action of frost on
consignment of Florida oranges met Supplementary Reports. 2. I believe 33 '1-3 per cent is vegetable fibres, we may say that
Two weeks ago we gave a numberof about the conservative estimate. while a casing of earth does not pre-
with ready sale at Covent Garden replies to certain questions sent out I 3. Will say that I 'doubt whether vent the freezing of bark and even

market to-day, bringing 24S a box by us. A few more replies have come there will be any larger acreage wood in extreme weather, it has the

($5.84)). in, and, to refresh the memory of the planted than there was last year, as a power of thawing the frozen juices in
These were evidently ship reader, we repeat the questions: great majority of the people are not the cells, "drawing the frost out," as
oranges I. About, what per cent of orange able to buy fertilizers. the farmer says, which prevents the
ped from below Fort Myers as no reports in will Will that I believe that thereis
groves your neighborhood be 4. say injury generally icsulting to tender
have been received of any or- abandoned on accout of the freeze? five times as much hay raised and growths from freezing.:

anges being shipped from any other 2. About what per cent of permanent three times as much corn. Our peo- The writer has known Irish pota-
part of the State. As oranges are residents (heads of families or ple in this section buy very.little corn, toes in a northern State, which had
now selling for $2.75 a box on the single men) will move away on this as most of them have enough to carry been overlooked in digging, to be en-
account? them over until they make another cased in frozen earth reaching some
trees, it will be seen that the price ob- 3. About how many potatoes, mel- crop. It is now the general opinionthat inches below them, which nevertheless
tained in London is not any more ons and vegetables will be planted as there will be some tobacco and sprouted and grew in the spring.To .
than should be expected.Telegram compared with last season? quite a lot of cotton planted this do this, however; they.must be
to Times-Union. 4. How much hay and grain this coming spring. Our farmers are pre- several inches below the surface, be-
year compared with last? paring to live at home as it were and low the direct action of the atmos-
The officers of the Florida Fruit Exchange 5. Any remarks you may choose to buy very little, and while they are I' phere.On.
have not heard of any such make will be acceptable. bringing up their orange trees they one occasion, in a northern
shipment as above mentioned, and it will not depend entirely on them as State, the writer received a belated
is quite possible that the oranges were I. None. they t have for the past ten or twelve bundle of nursery trees of several .
2. None. years. varieties, which were frozen solid, so
from Jamaica, masquerading under a 3. 100 per cent more, at least. The general out look is better thanit stiff that small limbs would snap when
false character. But Florida furnished 4. 100 per cent more, at least. was sixty days ago ; the people broken. They were immediately
the name, if not the fruit; and it 5. Seedling groves in good condi- generally have not such long faces as buried deep in the unfrozen earth, and
was evidently the name that: sold the tion valued 100 per cent,higher than they had then. the result was that a large number of
before freezes. A. L. DUNCAN. Would have replied to your postal them recovered so that they grew off
fruit so high this time of the
year. Dunedin Co. but have from when
.. Hillsborough sooner, just returned planted.
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Florida Orange-Growers Going to I. I don't think any will be. home. At any time if I can be frozen to the ground last winter
Jamaica. 2. None that I have heard of. of service to you please command me. showed that they were frozen a little
There has been a wholesale emigration 3. Five times as many as ever be- E. H. MOTE. below the surface,generally about half

of orange-planters from Florida to fore. Leesburg, Lake Co. an inch, sometimes further, dependingon
Jamaica, where they are now on the 4. /I think five times as much. the compactness of the soil. The
lookout for plantations. The recent 5. Some of our groves have changed To Protect Orange Trees. sap cells were probably frozen deeper
experiences of Florida planters have 'hands, and most of them are being Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: than that for the ground was, where "
not ,been encouraging; and therefore worked. I think all of them will be Could you let us have any quantityof exposed; but down below the direct
they intend to see if they cannot suc- budded over in the spring. We have old papers, exchanges: or any sort action of the air the kindly influenceof
cessfully conduct their industry in a plenty of budding wood in some of for wrapping orange trees ? If so, at the earth was exerted for'the pro-
country where the climate is more" our groves. J. N. RUSSELL. what price by the pound and in what tection or resuscitation of the trees by
uniform, and they are not liable to Daytona, Volusia Co. quantity ? "drawing the frost out."

have their fortunes ruined and their I. None. Lake county, Fla. We believe that as in the case of

crops destroyed by disastrous atmos- 2. None that I am aware of. This letter, of course, was not in- the deeply buried Irish potato, for in-
pheric extremes. It is argued that the tended for but have stance, where vegetable growths are
That will depend on the freight publication, we
Jamaica is too sweet for the 3. encased in a solid pack of frozen
orange rates. People would rather play for used it as a text for a little sermon.If .
Northern palate, but Jamaicans who nothing than work for the same. With it would help our esteemed cor- earth they are prevented from expand.
are hailing the advent of the Florida would ing with the frost and the sap-cells are
I reasonable rates assured the wouldbe respondent we cheerfully save
growers with cries of jubilation, state crop all the not ruptured as is the case when the
equal to last season, I think. up our many exchanges year
that the acidity of the Jamaica ? freezing occurs above It is
as ( ) Nearly enough raised for home round, every year, and furnish themto ground.
orange was reduced by the use of him and to all others far this expansion and rupture of the cells
consumption of hay, and more than as as they
chemicals the excessive sweetness of which is the most disastrous of
would round free of part
enough of grain. go charge exceptfor
the Jamaica be modifiedby the freezing.Let .
orange may But
GEO. WILLICOMBE. storage room. we earnestlyurge
precisely the same methods. Who us therefore and emphasize -
DeLeon Springs, Volusia Co. the growers not to lean on this repeat
dare contend, says the Gleaner, that a broken reed. The benefit of bank: the earnest hope that the orange
new era in the history of Jamaica has i. I think five per cent will more ing with earth has been so unmistakably growers will trust to no such treacherous
not begun ?-Demerara News. protection as or moss or
than cover it. The same answer will demonstrated in the groves of paper
Fortunately, the information in our apply to No. 2. Messrs. E. Bell of Biloxi, Miss.; J. grass wrappings, but depend on the
possession enables us to pronounce the 3. I hardly think the acreage will M. Chaffer of Candler and several earth alone.
above statement wide of the facts. ---. .-
very be increased, unless better terms can others whose experience has been recorded -
Mr. P. McMaster, who was formerly a be made with the railroads. in our columns the past season Pecan Culture.
member of the well-known firm of 4. About twenty times as much this but whose names we cannot now recall (Concluded from last week).

McMaster & Miller, of San Mateo, year. We can make a living, but no that no room is left for doubt.A The first question is the most important -
Fla., has been in Jamaica lately and money crop at the present rate of ex- newspaper or any other wrap- for the prospective planter and
leased a large orange grove for a term press and freight charges. ping is chiefly instrumental in protec- buyer to consider, namely, the sup-
of twenty years. In a recent inter- C. A. BOONE. ting the tree from the after effects of a posed difficulty of transplanting.Let .
view he stated to us that the Floridianswho Orlando, Orange Co. freeze, effects produced by the too us suppose a person wants to
have engaged in the orange in- sudden shining of the morning sun plant 100 grafted or budded trees.

dustry on that island are very few in 1. No orange groves will be abandoned upon,the frozen bark. A wrapping After having decided which varietywill
number.To c: loosely placed about the stem of the give him most satisfaction, there
our personal knowledge, one has 2. But very few, if any.F. tree, leaving a cylinder of free air investing being so far about six distinct kinds,
gone from Brooksville; two from San- W. INMAN. it, modifies the temperaturefrom the first would be where to plant, and
ford (we do not know whether these Winter Haven, Polk Co. one to four degrees ; the latter then put that plot into good order.
remained or not); one from Jacksonville figure is the highest we have seen Mark with stakes where your trees are
who returned; one from San i. Will say that I believe that there given as the result of experiment.But to be planted, dig holes about four feet
Mateo, and two went from Crescent are one-third of the groves in this place in the case of extreme cold this square and two feet deep, place top
City merely to purchase oranges Of hat:: will be abandoned; perhaps one does not prevent a rupture of the cells and bottom soil into different piles,
course, others may have gone, but we 1 half of this one-third are killed outright I of the bark and wood to such an ex- get a 2oo-pound bag of coarse bone
do not believe, all told, they would and the other half owned by tent as to cause the death of the tree 'dust and you are ready for your trees.
number ten persons. non-residents and parties who live I down to the ground. When your trees have arrived do


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you know who you are dealing with. "CHEAP" Fertilizers are dear at any price. Our motto ir, "GOOD FERTILIZER; CHEAP," (not
: Cheap Fertilizers at Low Prices) and we point with pride to the reputation attained by the LITTLE BROS. Brands wherever used.
For present conditions we recommend the use of the following brand described in our Circular Letter of December 31, 1894, and which has alreadybeen
used extensively: ,

:: Special attention is also called to the following brand : ',
!ri tJCK: : :: g rIhizE i .

Ammonia..6 to 7 per cent. Ammonia..s t to cent. .
Available Phosphoric Acid. to 6 H : 4 per
Potash, (Actual)...... ......4 3 too Available Phosphoric.Acid to 8 "" ""
., Potash (Actual) 4 to 6
i PRICE, $32.00 Per Ton f. o. b,, Jacksonville. PRICE, "$22.00 Per Ton, f. o. b., Jacksonville.' "
: Lowest prices on Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate Soda, Sulphates and Muriates of Potash. Write us for prices on anything you may need. '


i not place them in the hot sun without I have not said anything in regardto than the supply. To show the uses to Further on Jie' writes': "Some of
covering of any kind for sun and wind distance; 45x45 is the least I would which this royal fruit readily adapts the best vineyards in the state are
to-dry-out: but have wet sacks or wet advise. Sun and air are as necessaryto itself. I have examined this year near Rockport, on the gulf, ,where ,a
. moss to cover the whole tree. the pecan as to any other fruit tree. five samples of Kieffer vinegar, Kief-- deep water harbor is soon to, be con-
Take only one tree at a time, exam- Is there any good reason, or any fer wine and Kieffer champagne structed, which will make it a very
ine the roots carefully ''that they are reason at'all, ''why a pecan tree shouldbe baked Kieffer, Kieffer sauce, Kieffer important' commercial centre. The
clean, and trim all ends (roots)with a an' exception from the general l,rule pie, and sliced Kieffer with sugar and soil is a white sand, and it is always
sharp knife, take the tree, with all the of nature ? If you want an Alexander cream were old friends, while ;Kieffer moist an inch or two beneath the sur-
roots gathered into one hand, except peach' or Bartlett pear tree, you will syrup for buckwheat cakes surpassesin face, as may be proved hy scraping
last layer of laterals, and place into po- not plant a peach stone or pear ,seed, quality the famed maple of Ver- away the sand with the foot. B. Sicil-
sition. but you will order budded or grafted mont, and canned Kieffers have become ian has established a settlement of his
: Extend the laterals far as possible, : trees, so it is with the pecan. Plant such a staple article that the countrymen here and has fifty acresin
: cover with dirt and then sprinkle a'i' seedlings and you will wish you had Baltimore canners kept the market Black Morocco grapes ,which he
i little bone dust all over, shovel in I never seen a pecan; plant a grafted or cleaned up this se'ason.". imported from Sicily. They mature
enough top soil so the next roots will budded tree and you will bless the We have eaten Kieffers grown i in much earlier here than in their native
be horizontal; cover with soil and bone time when you decided to have a pecan the moist and mellowing airs of the St. habit, where they are:,not allowed to
dust and repeat until all the'roots are grove. Johns river (in the interior they are fruit for four years whereas at ;Rock-
f covered. There 'is a grove of seedlings here, harder and more austere), cooked in port they yield a fair crop in eighteen
I' Now if you have plenty; of stable now near thirteen years old, every tree various ways, which were simply delicious months. A German with California:
manure to spare, fill your hole with(a of which bears different nut, hardlyany with a grain as fine as silk anda experience has another vineyard and
"I wheelbarrow of manure, take thebot- two somewhat alike, only two flavor rich and satisfactory. Therecan makes excellent wines-clarets, 'Burgundies
tom soil to cover same and you have trees bearing as large pecans'as planted be no question about its great ports and sherries-which he
planted your little trees with all the ((100 trees); the balance are small, value and excellence as a cooking pear sells at from $i to $3 ,a gallon. The
care possible, and with almost a certainty insignificant nuts; and that is the gen- when picked at the right stage; nor of vines are planted seven feet apart,
: of perfect success.. eral experience of'all seedling growers. the other fact that, when handled as which gives 888 to the acre. This
I The manure, being covered, will Naturally seedlings must be plantedand most'people handle pears, it is a big, German refused $625 .an acre for his
only improve, every rain carrying attended to until bearing, so as to ugly humbug for'eating raw. Prepared vineyard at three years after planting,
down food to the young roots, and get still better fruit; but he who wantsa under the right conditions, it is the at which time he had given .$25. .an
acting at the same time.as'a mulch to certain return better never plant a finest pear we have seen in Florida, but acre for the land.
keep the'roots moist'' and cool.If seedling; however fine the nut, disappointment I it requires an artist to grow and ripenit. "The grapes are ripe so,early thata t
you will carefully follow these is sure to follow.In These should, by all means, try a Northern commission house offered
rather elaborate directions, you will another article I will give a short few trees of it; others .should let it 25 cents a pound for seven car loads a
never again say that a ,pecan tree can- history of the insect enemies of the pecan alone. week., Unfortunately there were not
' not be planted or will take too long and history, not that they amountto One great fault of the Kieffer is its enough 'grapes to fill the entire ,order."
to"'grow' ; hardly any tree will return much so far, only it is always a sat- ineradicable tendency to break its --. ..
the care'given the first 'ew years, with isfaction to every intelligent fruit grower limbs from over-bearing. To a horti-- The Irrigation Question.Editor .
more profit than a pecan tree. to know what is troubling his ,trees culturist with a tasty eye, who hates to Farmer and Fruit-Grower:'
Never order your trees to be and the remedies. see anything slovenly about his Several weeks since you had a few
shipped until you are ready to plant. CHAS. E. PABST. grounds, it is a source of no little words about this matter, asking for the
; A nut tree is as sensitive almost as a Ocean Springs, Miss. mortification, after thinning the fruit experiences of those with; irrigation
pine tree to the drying out of the roots, --.'. .-..--- even a second time, to go into his plants, and for information in generalon
! the sooner they are planted again, the The Kieffer Pear; orchard and find a lot of limbs broken this subject. I have seen nothingin
I more certain is your success. This much misunderstood but useful sheer down. The only effectual rem- reply, though it is an important
;! By following these hints you will fruit is now in the markets, and edy is to cut the tree back ruthlessly, matter., My own idea .is that, the
have your trees start off with a vim, this gives pertinence to the following shortening in every limb about half. benefits of irrigation in this State ,are
' and grow, too, as if never transplanted extract from a local paper publishednear Now, as soon as the fruit is off, ,will largely overestimated.. 'There is hardlyany
; but if just pushed into 'the holes Philadelphia : be a good time of the,year to do it. doubt that ,the ,irrigated groves
and covered up, they will stand for "Kieffer was pre-eminently the variety ........ average better than the non-irrigated,
years.just alive. It pays to nurse a for profit. Watermelon Wine.A but that is apt to be owing to the fact
pecan tree. : "Whole orchards were sold ,before writer in 'The Texas Stockmanand that a grower who is enterprising
For after-cultivation I would sug- they were ready to pick, prices rang- Farmer," says : "At Hemp- enough to irrigate also fertilizes amply,
gest sweet or Irish potatoes, peas, ing from 40 to 50 cents per five- stead, much attention is being givento cultivates, properly, and is uptodateevery
clover or corn, provided the corn is eighth bushel basket in the orchard. watermelon culture, for which the way. But I would like, to.have
rowed,with peas at the last cultivationso "And when it is stated that many soil thereabouts is especially suitable.By some testimony showing the difference
as to shade the ground; a good orchards bore from 300 to 400 bushels combining the cultivators are ableto between two groves, or two parts of a
heavy mulch, green 'or even dry, I per acre, the profits can easily be ship their produce north in carload grove, conditions of location, fertil-
l consider better and more importantthan estimated. And these yields followedthe lots, and have obtained special rates izing, cultivation, etc., being similar. :, .
even manure. unprecedented crop of last year, from the railroads, and they have an and one portion irrigated, the other
1 Under no circumstances allow ,when it was predicted that the or- organ, the Hempstead Watermelon depending''on nature's supply of mois-
stock among your little ,trees, as advocated chards'could not bear this year. Bulletin. ,They are making arrange- ture. The questions to be settled arer -
by some, until tall enough to "The enormous yield and low ments (for the manufacture of water- Is irrigation any'benefit,'anyway) ,'
be out of reach. It is a big mistaketo prices of last year brought them' into melon cider, more ,of a wine than to a: Florida grove ?' J
think that stock will not eat nut such general use, and so many new cider, however, an excellent whole- '2. If it is, is ,it enough so to make it: -
trees when confined; they will..simply' ways of utilizing them were discussed, some drink, of which a twenty-five pay for cost of plant, maintenance,, interest -\ !
destroy them. that the demand this'year was greater. pound melon yields two gallons.: depreciation of plant, etc. : "

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This we would like to hear about possession of by this insect that they leaves
Tobacco. a good of which
many are ;
There must be many readers who have' will climb up on the fruit stem and each pole,:are sometimes shoved close
had a few years' experience before the attack even the fruit, slips and crown. up to the other poles and then
freeze, and could tell us what the)V If these insects are kept in check by Tobacco Oulture in Cuba. being spread again
apart, according to
have found out. the constant presence of tobacco in ther the wea-
Most of the writing on the subjec t the bud, should the plant ever get in Mr. John B. Creagh, of J. B. Creagh I leaf,while idea it is being not to burn the
heretofore has been done by those a weakened condition, which will lay & Co., of Philadelphia, was in Tampa curing.
.=.. In March: after rain the
interests sales ol f recently. To reporter., of a local pa a tobacco
having to serve by it open to their attacks, it will tide is taken down
made into
irrigating plants. We would like t o them over by keeping the bugs in per there, Mr. Creagh gave the follow called bundles,
ing readable description of the methods matules, which are piled up very
hear from disinterested users and observers check till nature recruits its vitality
and'to have the opinions ol f and the danger is over. This is also of culture followed by the tobac carefully where there in a is dry place or closed room,
the editor. PETER J. NEVINS. true with the spider. The fertilizing co growers of Cuba, from which we covered no draught. They are
Merritt's Island, Indian River, \ properties of the tobacco are a second- make extracts: until and kept this way, still curing,
"While the is planter is ready to pack when
plant growing the ,
September 29, 1895. f ary item, as much more good is done these bundles
by the checking of the insects by the fields are visited by the cachazudo, avery are broken apart and
roach which will are spread upon a long table and
nicotine than the lazy-like bur
by saltpeter which
Pinery. is supplied to the roots. Therefore row into the ground and attack the sprinkled, to avoid breaking and pre-
main root of the plant, on which i it cipitating the curing. The tobacco is
.a Edited by JOHN B. BEACH. Melbourne, Fl a. select such as contains most nicotine. then piled in
In the matter of fertilizing will cut a girdle and thus kill the up heaps, probably threeor
Notes on Pine Culture-No. 4. great plant. four feet' high, and covered with
be observed in
care must the ingredients -
After the field is planted care must t: used. The is "The farmers at this period are on hides or banana leaves to produce
.- be taken ''to keep the plants growingwell : matter. analysis Good fertilizers a very analyzing secondary -- i I the alert for this enemy, as well as sweating, in order to make the tobacco
from the start. I have alludedto I l and which will the worms, and exercise great watch- soft and silk'like, so that the selectors:
the value of frequent and light t; duce a fine growth and pro- fulness over their crops both night the next day can easily separate the
cultivations in a previous issue, but i iis it contain something that will crop injure may the day. During the night the plantersand leaves. This }work requires a great
also well to guard against the red t in the I have their hands will go out into the deal of skill and foresight. Then it
plant long run. seen
spider. This, insect is like the scaleo many fields which have been destroyed plantation, armed with a stick sharp. is packed in hands, four hands to the
the orange, the barnacle on the. by the red spider simply because they ened atone end, with a torch on the carat, eighty carats to a bale. The
vessel l, or the flea on the dog. You. had been previously weakened by the other, a knife and a large mouthed bales are then stowed in a room one
can't: expect to exterminate it in thisclimate use of fertilizers not suited to the pine bottle. Down the rows they will go, row deep, standing three or ,four dayson
or even keep every trace of( at all. I have also seen beds which carefully examining each plant. So each of its sides to avoid its matting
-it out of your own field, for it is practically were destroyed roots and all by the. well acquainted are they with the na- together. The high grade of wrappersare
indigenous to the plant, being freeze while beds ture of their crop that they can tell never piled more than three bales
adjoining, planted
found on specimens from all parts o fat the same time but differently fertile immediately they set eyes upon a high, while the fillers do not require
the globe. But you must keep it i ized, though up to the freeze they plant if a roach is molesting it. such care.
check so that it may be of no practical the had suckered ap- "When then see a plant not look The tobacco is then ready for mar-
peared same
up ket.
All this
injury. This is ing as fresh as the surrounding ones, packing work requires
finely. a important matter
So long as a plant is vigorous and which should not very be lightly passed the planter drives his torch stick into from May until August."

healthy and growing freely the insects over. I am not going to attempt to the ground, gets down on his knees,
will not do any harm or multiply. particularize further than to say, be and with his knife ,carefully searchesfor Live Stock.
But when plants are weakened by any careful to know for a certainty exactly the roach, that leaves no trace of
cause and the weather is dry and hot what you are putting on your pine itself. After locating the enemy near ,I--
the spiders increase with amazing field, and be very careful that the in- the roots,' the planter gently pushes Cotton-Seed Meal for Cows.It .
rapidity and soon get complete mastery .- gredients which are obtained from him out of his nest and into the is doubtful if this article of feed

I of the plant, and the case i is mineral sources are such as are'adapted mouth ,of the bottle, being. very care is appreciated in the Northern .States,
I 3 about hopeless. Plants injured by to the pines. Animal and vegetable ful not to mash or kill it. Worms are for it is not fully appreciated even in
1 the freeze have been badly damaged manures so far as I know are also looked for at this time. This the South. The cattle of Florida are
i by the red spider in many cases this harmless, but while some minerals search is kept np nearly all night. being shipped into Mississippi to be
season during the hot, dry weather i in must be. used to obtain complete fer- When the men get done,lor the night fattened on cotton seed meal, which.is,
July and August, the time when they tilizers for the pines, great care must they empty the contents of their bottles a new movement, caused by the scarcity -
always are the worst. And plants be taken in their selection. Potash into a roasting fire in order to of cattle in Texas and in the
which have been weakened by some must of course be obtained from min- kill the egg as well as the insect. Southern States.

fertilizer which did rjot agree with eral sources, as tobacco is rather expensive "In about two months alter plant-; We will first give the substance of
them have suffered in the same way to depend entirely for ing the eeding, the tobacco is readyto the experience of Professor E. F.:Ladd
every year. It is therefore<; a very this much needed element.upon But let be cu\. Instead of cutting the entire with various feeds: for butter, then follow -
good plan to begin at the start with the planter be careful about his nitro- .plant down, as, they do in this 1 it with a little of our own. Takingsix
preventive treatment, for in this case gen and phosphoric acid. country, the planter cuts the stalk : pounds of corn meal and two
it is the only feasible plan. Many J just beneath the lowest leaves; then ]pounds of bran as our standard ration,
planters have spent much time and :corers:: in the Umbrella Tree. 1 there: remains a short stub from i which furnishes a good butter feed,
money trying to exterminate insects by Editor Farmer and irruit-Grower: which there shoot several limbs or i 1 he found that the substitution of six
destroying them with insecticide on I have'two very fine umbrella trees branches,. two of the healthiest, being \pounds of gluten meal for the cornmeal
the slips before planting. This is in front of my house. About a week allowed to remain. These in time i resulted in an increase of the
only a waste of time as no insecticidewill ago I noticed borer-dust on one and will each bear leaves as did the i milk flow of three pounds, but decreasein
I reach every spider where they are now the trees are both filled with the stalk, and in about eight weeks they i[ butter fat of f two ounces per day.
protected by the base of the leaf, and little holes about the size of a knitting lie cut off in a like manner. Then Six pounds of linseed meal in place
the number destroyed is not worth needle. I have not been able to find there will be left three new the outlay. The best plan is to applya one of the insects yet. Is there any- shoots, to grow, and each will bear as f flow, but increased the butter fat three
little good tobacco in the bud at intervals thing I can do, and will they kill the hose: before. Thus a man planting c ounces per day, which: means an increase -
from the time the slip is first trees? The dust can now be seen originally 25,000 plants, on the second c: of seventy pounds per year.
set. It is best to select tobacco whichis arising up in the branches. They be- rop:: has 50,000, and on the third (Cotton seed acted like linseed, except
strongest in nicotine and essentialoil lieve in working fast.A. f5,000' making a total of 150,009 tlants. that it did not produce such a healthy
as it is these which destroy the J. ALDRICH. ) The fine wrappers are obc condition: of t the animal.
spider. Every rain ,and heavy dew Orlando, Fla. t ained from the first cutting. In the'; Corn meal gave a hard butter. Linseed -

washes out a little juice and trickling The case is new to us, but we would second cutting fine wrappers are also meal made a softer butter, confining -
down the leaves it kills every spider :advise you to make a thick whitewash very often obtained. Third cutting. t; 3j:% per ,cent more olein. Gluten -
which is exposed by the growth of 4 containing a strong infusion of tobaco- is s i generally all fillers. meal furnished an inferior butter.
!the plant and checks their multiply.., c dust: and apply it to the bark. "After the tobacco is cut it is sepa-: The butter from wheat bran was white
ing. ed into what is known as 'hands,' or and poor. Oats made the yellowest
The.mealy bug, allied to the scale, In several portions of the county the each: circumference of leaves, generally utter, but it was crumbly. Buck-
which lodges on the roots and stock residents are suffering with sickness, tl})fee. These are hung like so many \\heat produced the poorest butter.
of' the plant is also destroyed by the which, is due to the turpentine indus shears on polls in a house roofed with It t was white, insipid, and lacked
tobacco and much more completely, try. It is said that when the trees palmetto: leaves. This roofing is de- loma.
because larger and more exposed than which have been "boxed" are abandoned ci dedly preferable, as it resists the heat This experiment; continued for two
the spider. the country becomes sickly. b..etter. A tin roof would never do, as YI ears. The first year the hay fed was
Weak plants are sometimes so taken Gainesville Sun, it would burn the tobacco. These rchard I grass ; the next year i ij was


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timothy, orchard grass and clover. A Fed with ten pounds? of corn or cowpea grass in the piney woods, a selected crop: Cotton seed meal 750 pounds,
mixture of corn meal, linseed meal ensilage, and four or five poundsof native cow, fed from calfhood up for acid phosphate 750 pounds, and I
and cotton-seed meal would be the hay, they will give good results. the purpose of developing a milker, kainit '500 pounds, or muriate 125 i
best ration for a cow. If he had silage The addition of sweet potatoes or rutabagas will give a fair mess all winter, thoughthe pounds, making in all one ton. Ap
Professor Ladd would feed a smaller two or three times a week will wire grass in the winter is no bet- ply from 300 to 500 pounds to the
amount of the linseed meal than with give a,needed variety and tend.to improve ter than good bright oat straw. acre. For a rye crop, in connection
dry hay. He feeds from a.mixture of the condition,but sweet potatoeswill -*-.-. with manure I would put on say 300 i,
300 pounds of corn meal l, 200 poundsof diminish the flow of milk rather How to Keep Dairy Cattle Toned pounds, and would apply broadcast
linseed meal and 100 pounds of oats. than increase it. At the price for Up During the Winter. just after the springtooth harrow, or I
If he was feeding roots he would lessen which cotton seed can be obtained in Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower. 'just after the disc harrow and,,follow
the linseed meal. the heart'of the cotton belt it pays Many of our Southern farmers either with the smothing harrow. In other
When cattle feeds are purchased for itself as a fertilizer, being actually have not yet learned the importanceof words, I break the land deep with a f
their value as fertilizers should be worth almost as much for this purposeas the silo, or they are afraid of its two-horse plow, sow the seed at the \
made an important consideration.One is given for it fora feed, and then cost; hence the keeping of ensilagefor rate of one bushel per acre on this
ton of timothy hay contains $5.48 returns a profit of over 100 percent.In cattle in winter is with them an rough plowed land, then cover with
worth of fertilizing material ; one ton the cotton belt, say at Tallahassee, untried step in agriculture.. disc harrow, then sow fertilizer broad-
of red clover hay, $8.20 ; one ton of whole cotton seed can be ,purchasedof It is to this class especially that I cast and follow with smoothing har-
corn meal, $6.31; one ton of -wheat the improvident negro tenant at address the few following remarks on row. If the land is cloddy I would
bran, $14.10; one ton of linseed meal, fifteen cents a bushel, often at ten the subject of a winter pasture. My advise rolling or dragging to finishup
$21.42; one ton of cotton seed meal, cents. Sixty-six bushels make a ton, remarks are applicable to rye or bar- with. Either process will pack
$28.68; one ton of oats, $8.37; one the cost of which would therefore be ley, so the farmer wishing to follow the ground around the seed and cause :
ton of milk, $2.30, one ton of butter, $9.90. my mode of culture can plant either.I them, to germinate quicker and make
$0.26. Objections are made to the use of prefer rye, possibly because I have early growth, which is very desirable i
Our experience though not derived cotton seed in the dairy as impartinga grown it more than I have barley.Of for winter pasture. It it is found
from so systematic a series of experiments disagreeable flavor and a salvy con- course there are other crops that that the stand is too thick, then a
as those of' Prof. Ladd, does sistency to the butter. This is true could be planted for winter pasture, smoothing harrow or a "Z. Breed
not agree wholly with the above. In only in part and when it is given to for instance the clovers, but it is now Weeder and Cultivator" can be run :
the first place, though cotton seed excess. The flavor imparted to both too late for crimson clover, and red over the crop to thin it out. This cultivation -
butter and beef excessive rationof will be discussed in another would benefit the
meal has a very high value as a nitro- by an clover be a to crop
generous fertilizer, it is impossible to cottonseed meal is objectionable, article. left, as ,well as thinning it out. This
see how he can derive a money valueof but it.,gives a firmness to butter whichis My plan is to break the land as green crop in the winter will give the
$28.68 from a ton of it, since the very desirable, especially for sum- early in the fall as possible with a two- cattle a relish for the dry feed, and it
selling price of it in the South is not mer dairying. Cottonseed butter will horse plow, turning under all the or- will have a telling effect on the milch
over $22 a ton at the present time. stand up almost like tallow. "Cot- ganic matter possible in addition to cows, and the calves will be greatly
There is really no fixed standard tonseed" is a catchword and a part of the manure scattered broadcast. In-' benefited as well.
dairy ration; the ingredients of it may the "trade capital" with dishonest asmuch as few of us in the South Too much stress cannot be laid
be varied with profit for different cows dealers in butter, just as "alkali" is have barn-yard manure enough to go on the importance of a fresh, green
at different seasons of the year, and with buyers of Territorial wool; and over as large an area as a winter pasture feed for cattle in the winter, and the
for a production of milk or butter as they use the slur to beat down the would require, we have to sup- farmer that provides these delicaciesfor
the chief object. Our experience price whenever they have an oppor- plement with cotton seed and com- his cattle will be fully repaid.B. .
would cause us to say in general] tunity. A "cottonseed" flavor will mercial fertilizers. There are many IRBY,
terms; if milk is the object, let cotton beat down the price with a con- brands of good fertilizers on the mar- Professor of Agriculture, N. C. College -
seed meal predominate<: ; if butter, let siderable uniformity about five centsa ket, and fortunately for the farmers in of Agriculture.. .
corn meal and cottonseed meal be pound; but many reputable butter most States at least they are worth all .
about equal. makers in the South accept this discount -i that is asked for them. But eccord- I Cassava for Hogs.
Very good rations for an average without complaint on accountof ing to my experience and observationmost Editor Farmer and I'ruit-Grower:
southern cow may be composed as the valuable qualities of the cotton crops would do better with a Will you please inform me through
below: seed in increasing the milk flow and larger amount of potash than is put in your columns when is the proper timeto
For milk-Cottonseed meal or in imparting a good shipping qualityto the average fertilizer sold on the mar- care for cassava cane, before or
boiled cotton seed four quarts; corn the butter. ket.I after a frost, the same as sugar cane.
meal, two quarts; ground oats, two As a nitrogenous feed we regard do not believe in the prescription Some of my neighbors tell me to cut
quarts; wheat bran four quarts. cottonseed meal without an equal. We theory for soils, but I do believe that them now, but I dont think they
For butter-Cottonseed meal, four have often given it to a cow for some soils and some plants requiremore I know. I am raising a small patch for
quarts; corn meal], four quarts; groundoats months without any other grain feed, of one element to be added in a hog feed and seed. Another seasonI
two quarts; wheat bran, two without perceptibly impairing her fertilizer than others.I want to plant several acres.I .
quarts. Divide the above into two health in the least. On a daily feed find that the following formula have a 100 acre pear grove that I
feeds and give one night and morning. of four quarts with a run on wire works well with the average Southern I have been cultivating for the benefit


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Hereafter I shall pack them inside ofa Poultry. POPULAR POULTRY FARM

hog's hide. ------------------------------------------------
I think when the railroads find that Edited by S. S. DeLANOY Apopka Fla. A PO P IKA, FLORIDA.I

Florida can and will raise sufficientcorn wmwwwPoultry .
and pork for home consumptionthey and Cows. + 'rHOROUGHBREDINDIAN +

will be inclined to come to more An interesting discussion has been
reasonable terms. Shipping fruit and going on regarding the relative profit t GAMES.Good .
vegetables from old Leon is out of the to be derived from a given number of;f General Purpose Fowl. Best Table Fowl known.

question at the present rates of freight.I chickens and a given number of cows. BLACK MINORCAS. ,
have just finished picking thirty While one fancier declares that fifteen Greatest layer of large, White Eggs.
acres of corn that has yielded between hens are more valuable than the aver '
i 800 and 900 bushels. I have also in age cow, a stout vaccine partizan I
, General Fowl, Best Asiatic for Florida
the mow about 18,000 pounds of hay, swears by the beard of the prophet purpose
equal to any northern timothy, five that he can make more money (from one FOWLS FOR SALE. ;B EGGS IN SEASON.

acres of potatoes not yet dug, and cow than any man can from 100 hens. A few Cockerels at $i 50 and $z 00. Will cost more next month. Buy now and save 50 per
I other truck accordingly. The result of experiments made undervarying cents. Fowls shipped at single express rates. One half the usual cost.

I Last spring I shipped a couple of conditions are now useful. MEAT MEAL, CRYSTAL GRIT, OYSTER SHELL, ETC.
I Poland China pigs from the north. .One farmer made a test with fifty
i They are now five months old and chickens and one cow, gives a resu t ,
: weigh 150 pounds each. I intend as follows: Value of milk sold from
Having other property will sell my Orange and Poultry Farm located on LakeApopka. 18
crossing them with some of, Silvers' one cow, $144.10; income from fifty Acres, 12 in Grove. Good building, stock implements etc. Bargain price. Terms easy; or will
pigs and see if I can't raise a 250 hens, mostly, for eggs sold, $150.81.The exchange, for well located property, Write.

pound hog. I have raised 20,000 cost of keeping the cow was .L .
pounds of pork in California, also inI I given at $51, while the maintenanceof H| n| DBaHBHHHm- m C H

Nebraska, of a season, and I see no the hens cost $50, and it was esti- ENTERPRISERAISIN
reason why I cannot do it in Florida. mated that the value of the manure
II This thing of abandoning groves was equal for both. The farmer was 0

and,leaving the, country and losing greatly in favor of the hens in the SEEDER

, ten,years of valuable time is all gam- matter of lessened labor, of care and ,.,' 5?lItUTt F.rv .
I mon. My motto is, try again. If attention, the cow requiring more IN TINNED"'U
I fruit and vegetables will not pay at time, and far less agreeable labor. A simply constructed, and Inexpensive labor and time-saving
machine. uemoves every seed without.waste. Cupucily-Small
present,rates, hog and hominy will. Numerous other experiments reported, Small Size $1.00. size, 1 lb.In 5 minutes; large size, 1 Ib. a minute. At all dealers In
if summarized would kitchen goods. Write for Catalogue of helpful labor savers-free.
Keep a stiff lip and word probably resultin
upper my Large Size 2.50. .
THE ENTERPRISE MFG. CO., 3d & Dauphin Phila.|
for it the railroads will the ratio of' to . .. .
f be glad to 50 i. '. .. .- .' _. : ', : ; i
! come to terms, when they see the sidetracks The chief value of the controversy ----, --
full of idle fruit cars'during the has been to show that no dairy farmer
I and oyster shells and cracks wheat and
shipping season. J. B. SILVIS. should be without a fair ratio of poul- '
corn. The work of destroying lice and
Tallahassee, Oct. 9, 95 try, and no_ poultryman should (fail in disinfecting the poultry house can be
It is desirable to leave cassava stand maintaining ,a proper number of cows.
done in a few minutes with asprayer, World. Small Fruits. Introducer of unrivallednew
ing late in the year in order to developas For small irrigated farms, intensively when such work would require an Oatalogae/ree.lied Jacket Geo..Josselyn.FredoniuA.Y.uvhav Gooseberry & FRv Currant..

many sound,hard joints as possible.Soft cultivated, nothing is better able to hour or so if performed without its
unripe canes do not winter well; contribute to the family needs than aid. On light soils a hand plow will
they are subject to dry rot. You may cows and poultry. As many of each take the place of a spade in turningup .
let them stand until a light frost falls, should be kept, however, as may re- the'soil, and the work can be donein .
that will kill the foliage'and it J,will do ceive the best of care and attention, a short time as well as in a satisfactory I
the canes no harm. But if it is likelyto and pains should be taken to have manner. .
be a severe frost, a freeze had only those of the best blood and line- .
you .
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better cut and cover them beforehand
' to prevent injury to'the canes. age.Right here is where the small, well The Fowlhouse.The FROM ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW.

1 To keep the canes through the winter watered and well tilled land-holding equipments for the fowl-house, air I see his views that Old on the Durham fence rushes question.into He print seems to
r ,bar,off a bench or terrace five or becomes so potent a factor in the up- in addition to nests and roosting to be perfectly cowed by elasticity. I
: building of higher and better civili- perches, are wide, movable smoothly- think thatPage fenco a saucy.impudent thing
six feet wide, making a deep furrow on a always answering back la the most aggravating -
1 each side of it to carry off the water zation and citizenship. ,Everythingon finished boards," hung two or manner. Then you never know
just where to find It. Now that
"just as goodas
l effectually. Sprinkle fine earth over such a farm must be of the best, three feet beneath the perches to catch Pago" suits me. It never"kicks" at any-

f it, then lay the canes, cutting,them to and the man who tills his few home the droppings, and keep the floor, or through thing, and,If one It s can absolutely do It, so there necessary! to go
: straight pieces, side by side, not'acres as a chemist uses his laboratory, whatever is directly under them, clean. Address, [[Signed.] OLD BRINDLE Cow.
touching each other, and sprinkle earth ',to achieve the best results which skill These boards should be removed every
,Adrian, Mich.
over them so that the next layer will and science can evoke, must necessa- morning and thoroughly cleaned. Pure
not touch them. Then place another rily climb to loftier heights, and take I water is a vital necesity, to insure

layer, and so on up, drawing them in his family with him, than he who which-the stoneware poultry fountains,
to, make a rick with sloping sides, but plods in the fruitless endeavor to cov- so constructed that nothing can get Frauds-Fruit Wrappers.NO .
not leaving any ends sticking out of er a large farm, without any approachto into the water to defile it, are the best;
he earth. Let the earth sprinkled on scientific skill, either in cultivationor the largest size, holding two gallons of

the canes be of the natural moisture. management.-American Poultry water, costs fifty cents, small ones in MORE CHEATING.
When the clamp or rick is completed, Journal. proportion ; they can be found at any
spat the sides down hard and smooth ... poultry supply house. For feedingsoft Consumers of Fruit Wrappers may
with a spade and lean boards to Implements for Poultrymen. mashes and other wet food, the now know that they get an honest ream
of 480 sheets and not 400 320 sheetsto
best thing for its is a gal- or
make a two-sided roof. This is important There are some implements which very purpose
ream as some unscrupulous dealers
for a very heavy rain would soak the poultryman should, procure, not vanized iron tray, because it is easily supply.
tthe clamp and rot the canes. On the only because of their efficiency, but kept clean, and is so formed that the
other hand, if the winter should be because they are labor-saving. Every fowls cannot get in and soil their foodor OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"Printed

continuously dry, you ought to open person who keeps poultry should havea plumage. Such trays come in two Wrappers are put up in packagesof
the roof once a month or such a mat sprayer, so as to spray the house sizes, the smaller costing 25c. each, or 1000 each, and each Wrapper is
' ter and sprinkle the rick enough to I and yards and prevent lice and dis- $2.50 per dozen, and the larger 35c. numbered, in printing, consecutively
seal it up tight again, else the canes I ease. A wheel hoe is excellent for apiece, or $3.50 per dozen. Dry grain from 1 to 1000. No one can
may dry out and be worthless. cleaning the yards by loosening the needs no dish or tray of any sort for HONESTLY BEAT
.. > top soil, or what is better, the hand it should always be scattered as widelyas '
From information collected from the plow or hand cultivator may be used.A possible among dry litter, so the our prices. Send for sampled and prices
several: vegetable growers of North bone cutter, feed cutter (one that fowls will have to hunt for.it, and the toTHE .

Gainesville, there will be about one cuts fine) and a small bone-grinding deeper they have to scratch the better, JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO.
hundred acres of cabbage planted there mill, with perhaps a caldron, should be as this gives them exercise.Harper's. ,

this fall. The acreage last year was among the list of articles. The bone .+.-- JERSEY CITY, N. J.

about one hundred and (fifty acres.- cutter: cuts (not grinds) green bone, You cannot drown sorrows in N. B.-We do not deal in unprinted':
Gainesville Sun. and the bonemill grinds hard bones whisky, alcohol preserves them. .','.; wrappers.

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z Our Home.Edited fathers in the United States than the I
State News. Rural
; brutal l "accidents" so often portrayedin SCOTT'S I

samples of woman's
> print. as oppressor -
; All the land in the Linton colony by MINNIE GILMORE MILLS. :
for mile front on both sides of the St. Thomas. Fla. CARBO-DIGESTIVE*
1{ one "I am more and more impressedwith
canal have been taken up in the past the
' hearted steadfastness
On the Defensive. single ,,
few days by colonists here or to come the exquisite and unconscious self- COMPOUND 1

soon.-Tropical Sun. [Concluded from last week.] denial of men in the relationships they
An immense fertilizer factoryis be- sustain in the (family, and in nothing
Citrus It is now the modern idea of the does their
ing erected at Inverness, coun- wonderful selfabnegationcome Positively the one Remedy for the treat-
ty. The machinery, which cost $20- "progressive" woman that wives must out. as in the line of their father- ment of '

ooo, has been ordered, and the building be pecuniarily independent of their hus- hood. A man works early and late,

i dredges, etc., are now being built. bands. With them it is no longer one year in and year out, with only occa- NERVOUS EXHAUSTION,
-Orlando Reporter. purse, one bed nor one flesh, and it is sional brief holidays, he grows thin
noticeable that matrimonial troubles and he reduces his individual Simple and Aggravated forms of
Lane down from
Capt. Frank was
increase with the dissemination
the Caloosa farm this week, and in. began of to these sentiments. Now expenses to a minimum, he never complains Dyspepsia and Palpitation of the Heart
manyare nor dreams that he is heroic
will in ,
forms us that operations begin
firmly convinced that the strongest for his is
the farm life a long, glad sacrifice on
earnest on now Orange
bond of the wife to her husband was the altar of his family. Possibly we Does your food sour after eating 1?>> Are
culture will be exten-
gone more her dependence him for protec- easily confused and excited ?1>> Do
upon may say that if he have a family it is you
in the There
sively than past. are tion and support. Few men have his, duty to them and to do for you get up in the morning tired and un-
, now 1,500 trees in the grove, and greater occasion to honor woman than support refreshed, and with a bad taste' in the
them the best he Granting
be this fall. very can. mouth ?
more are to set out
Vegetables 1,500 are to be planted on a the: writer. Few would go further in this, it is still worthy of all praise, the Is there a dull cloudy sensation, at-

large scale. At present the spring according to her all the advantages, quiet, large-hearted, and lovingly gen- tended by disagreeable feelings in the...
rights and privileges for her advance head and ?
erous way in which he goes about it. eyes
of tobacco is being cured and irritable and restless 1?>>
crop Are
culture refine-
ment to intelligence, you
Well has Father in heaven
our revealed -
shows finely. Next spring a large Does heart thump and cause
up ment and adaptation to the duties of your you
to his children the measure and to for breath after
will be planted in tobacco.- gasp climbing a flightof
acreage I life, social or domestic, or to prepareher the strength of his love for them, by stairs? .
for emergencies that may compelher adopting the name which on earth Does it distress vou to lie on the ,left.
At the Florida State Agricultural to earn her own or the support of stands for so much, and is at once so side?

college a physical examination has her family. But God pity the race close and so dear in its meanings to Have you impaired memory, dimnessof

been added to the educational. A when the distinctions of sex shall be those; who have grown up in a house- forebodings vision, depression? of mind and gloomy

careful record is to be kept of the con- obliterated in the world's strife, and hold. Fittest and sweetest of all descriptive These symptoms mean that you are

dition of the student when he or she man ceases to be the protector, the names for heat en is our suffering om Dyspepsia and NervousExhaustion.

enters the college. A thorough phys- breadgetter, the shielder of woman 'Father's house.' .
ical examination will be had from and their offspring from the rougher Interlachen Fla. There is no other remedy extant that
has done much.for this class of trou-
time and recorded and it is so
time to experiences of life. That some men
4 t.t asSCOTT'S
hoped in this way much will be learnedof are brutes and should be confined
The Old Man and The New Woman
the benefits derived from physical within walls has nothing to do with it. CARBO-DIGESTIVE :

training. Dr. Clute, the president, There are some equally as bad women, For Our Rural Home:

has long been convinced that one of and the number of both would,, ,in The Baptist Witness is responsible for COMPOUND.
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I the most important elements in edu crease when the home was. neglected, the; following : S
A man with a large family recently
cation is to train the body as well as and the mother's refining influenceand
moved to Tampa from an interior town to If your case has resisted the usual
the mind.-Floridian. her better self exhausted in the find work. The children were all girls methods of treatment we are particularly

has returned more appropriate labors of the husband and pretty well grown. The father anxious to have yon give this compound.
Dr. Thompson just and father. sought diligently for a job at any kind of trial.
from a week's stay at Tarpon Springs. labor, but could find absolutely nothing to We guarantee'relief in every case and
of the
"For the last two seasons," said the One cause nonemploymentof do. Then in a fit of desperation his wife will cheerfully refund your money shouldour
genial doctor, "the spongers.who make so many men in the United Statesat sallied forth and her heart was rejoiced remedy fail to produce the most.gratifying -
Tarpon Springs their headquartershave the present time is because of the to find a position. Then one after another results.

been hard luck. This occupancy of their places by women, each of the daughters tried for work, Please remember that the appellation
having in rewarded find- Patent Medicine does not to
and frequently at reduced Is and every case was by apply
season, however, the catch has not wages. ing good positions. Now the father Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound.It .
for the that
better the
been abundant but it woman man virtue of and at
makes necessity
only unusuallyfine a stays '
should be idle that she should have is a prescription put up by a leading
home and cooks and does the housework.
in quality. No less than $i iooo, who has made stomach and
was turned loose for sponge there last employment? And the end is woman lie[ is therefore the pioneer, in Florida at nervous physician troubles a specialty for years.
suffrage. And of the results of least, of the "new man.-Tampa Times.I .
week. The highest price brought was We court investigation and earnestlyurge
$3.52 a bunch, and sometimes two woman suffrage one woman, Mrs. submit the above clipping from all physicians to write us for the

made a bunch. Oh, there's Lucie Rainey, in "Texas Farm and the Tampa Times to the tender mer- formula of SCOTT'S CARBODIGESTIVE -

big sponges money in the business. I know I Ranch," prophesies for her sex an ex- cies of Minnie Gilmore Mills, your COMPOUND that, which we will mailon
they satisfy
application, may
change of her birthright for a mess of lady editor.In .
saw nigger bosses walking on themselves of its harmless character and
air with $10 or $ioo their clothesas pottage: her article, entitled "Is it Her excellent virtues.Scott's .

their share of the trip. Moral- "And so, dear madam, you think Duty ?" published in"your paper ot

{I sponge, not only for health, but for woman's suffrage is coming? I agree September 21, she seems not to have Carbo-Digestive CompoundIs
wealth."Tampa Tribune. with you. The signs of the times all discovered the "pioneer, in Florida at [ the most remarkable remedy that

point that way, but I (fear we will ex- least[ of the 'new man,' as Brother science has produced. It has succeeded
1 The assessed valuation of property change our birthright for a mess of Porter of the Witness has done ; nor where all other remedies have failed.

j in Dade for the fiscal year is $1,562- pottage. I am glad I have no young the helpmate for the "new woman" as Sold bottle.by druggists_ everywhere. $1.00 in
Sent to address
272, an increase of $350,000 in the daughter to grow up a New Woman. the Times has found; but actually America per on receipt of price.any

past twelve months. This increase, of f This independence women will take states with apparent sobriety, Don't forget that we cheerfully refund

course, includes the $90,094 increasein manliness out of our men. A nation's that There are some [men], your money if results! are not satisfactory. -

West Palm Beach property; but it hope and strength is in its happy I confess I have seen them, who allow Order direct if your druggist does

does not include the Poinciana or the homes. Ah what a wreck this suf- their wives to make fires, scrub floors, not have it.Address.

i railroad, which were completed be- frage will make of them. We older cook and bake, taking their ease mean- all orders to

fore the fiscal year began. These ones will know but little of it, for we while. They are the exceptions, not CONCORD CHEMICAL L MFG. CO., ,

figures were kindly given us by As will soon go to rest, but my heart the rule; and I'd like to just whispera TOPEKA, KAS.

sessor Nelson F. Cowles. The mileage aches (for the future of my country." little advice into their ears, sub-rosa. For sale by J. E. Kirk & Co., Main and For-
1 for the present year will be I44 Once, when a boy, I had the indis- Minnie Gilmore Mills, in that arti- syth streets, Jacksonville. '

; per cent, as against 16* last year. cretion to cast a stone into a yellow cle, goes farther, and deters me from

L' This is the reverse of conditions in jacket's nest, and possibly have shownno claiming to be one of "the excep-- 500 BOOKS, ETC., FREE.Send .
I i many of the counties of the State this more wisdom in antagonizing the tions" of which she speaks, and detersme

year;they being victims of the frostsof ( modern idea of woman's mission, but from( claiming the delightful pleasure souvenir ten cents of the and Cotton get by States return and mail Interna-a beautiful

the winter. But, however great is was incited to these thoughts by the of having a lovely and beautiful tional Exposition, postage prepaid and your
name and address printed in the Atlanta Journal
this increase in a sparsely settled tribute to fathers given by Mrs. M. E, woman, new or old, married or single, of Commerce's special "Mail Order Directory"that
like Dade that of the into little advice will go to exhibitors and hundreds of mail
county present Sangster, in the Boston "Congrega- whisper my ears a order firms who will send you sample books,
year seems destined to eclipse it.- tionalist," which I believe to be a "under the roses." papers, etc., FREE.

Tropical Sun. more correct type of husbands and Minnie (married or unmarried), in JOURNAL of COMMERCE Atlanta, da.

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I the next breath, says: "If whisperin Water as a Medicine. An Ideal House.So flour add- two teaspoonfuls baking pow-

wouldn't do I might shout it from the e; The human body is constantly un- build a house, and let it have :a der and one-quarter teaspoonful salt; rub
house-tops, for the old Adam grow going tissue change. Worn out parti in one-quarter cup butter, add one cup
hall old fashione
hospitable a big (
sweet mix the liquid in
strong within, me when I see such hus cles are cast aside and eliminated from in
>. fireplace at least one room, lei t with a knife. Scrape the dough out on a
bands.. the system, while the new are ever being there be a library with plenty of shell f floured board, pat it down and roll out

Now, I am a married man, and I formed, from the inception of life room for future book purchases, even half an inch thick. Bake in a hot oven

can get the shout and the old Adam to its close. Water has the power of though glass doors be lacking, let i it t 15 or 20 minutes. Split while hot and

with it any moment of f the day under increasing these tissue changes, which have a roomy and convenient kitchen, spread with sweetened fruit.

my own housetop. multiply the waste products; but, at a dining-room into which the morning Chocolate Cake.-One-fourth cake (two
_ My wife will not allow me to waste the same time, they are renewed by its shine. squares) of good chocolate one-half cupful -
sun can a reception room each of sweet milk and white sugar,
the raw material trying to cook.I agency, giving rise to increased appe- small enough to give a hint to unwel the yolk of an egg. Beat the yolk, add

suppose the bloomers are a step in tite, which, in turn, provides fresh' nu- come callers, and a parlor just as wide; the milk and sugar, then the chocolate

the genesis, the metamorphosis or triment. as one's heart for entertaining. Let scraped fine; let it come slowly to the
blooming of a dress into a beautiful Persons but little accustomed to boiling point, stirring constantly. When
all the chambers have air and
light t it thickens set it aside to cool. For thee
pair of pants. drink water are liable to have the waste and do above all th remainder
things arrange of the cake take one and a half
My apology for noticing this articleof products formed faster than they are windows in bedrooms so that it wil]I cupfuls of sugar, one-half cupful each of

your editor, evidently intended only removed. Any obstruction to the free .possible to introduce a bed with sweet milk and butter, two eggs, two

for the "sisters" of your paper, is that working of natural law at once pro. out placing its head against either. cupfuls of flour (good measure), a level
wife read it with certain duces disease which if teaspoonful of soda, a teaspoonful of va-
my to me a once firmly When you have a home like this in a nilla. Beat the yolks of the -
eggs separately
deep-seated tone or stress of voice thatto seated, requires both time and moneyto congenial neighborhood, you won't t ; dissolve the soda in the milk; sift

me means the possibility of her cure. care whether you go to Europe or the flour.
even now having in course of development People accustomed to rise in the not.-Sara Sylvester. Rub the butter and sugar together, add

a bud that will bloom even morning weak and languid will find the; yolks of the eggs, the vanilla, then

into bloomers, and end by shrinking the cause in the imperfect secretion of the; chocolate mixture. Then alternately
Cake and Dessert. the; flour and the milk, a little at a time,
into a horrible pair of pants. wastes, which many times may be rem- r beating well between each addition. Stir

When a woman won't she won't. edied by drinking a tumblerful' of water Burnt Cream-One quart of new milk, in thoroughly, yet gently, the beaten

Neither will I. "I just won't" scrub before retiring. This very materially one tablespoonful of cornstarch mixed whites of the eggs. Bake in three or four
well in a little of the cold cream or milk,
'nor do, the house work, "so there. assists in the process during the one tablespoonful of white sugar, and lay rs. Remove carefully from the oven,
as this cake is light and delicate
W. A. R. ROBERTSON. night, and leaves the tissue fresh and the; well-beaten yolks of four eggs. Let and very will ,
a slight jar cause it to fall. Do
...,..... strong, ready for the active work of the it boil well in a double boiler, stirring not take it from the tins until cool.
PenWipers.For constantly. Take it from the fire and
day.It Cream Filling-To two cupfuls of gran-
add two of vanilla. Take
Our Rural Home. would be difficult to find the hu.
ulated sugar add ten large tablespoonfulsof
of dark brown it
one pound sugar, put
Very pretty pen-wipers are made in man ill for which hot water is not a into a hot skillet, let it burn a little then milk ; boil until it "threads." Then

leaf shapes. panacea. For sprains, aches, head- pour the hot cream over it; stir all well add a'piece of butter the size of an egg;
For ivy leaves use dark-green satin aches it is unrivalled. When a woman'' together and pour into little cups. Afterit stir until cool; flavor with vanilla to taste.If .

and trace the veins with a lighter shadeof comes home the "Pacific Healthfournal" gets cold, sprinkle a little sugar over it it seems' too stiff when it cools, a little
weary, water be added to thin it-not milk.
'and burn with a hot iron. Serve with may
Asiatic filo.
recommends taking off the -Our Grange Homes.Deafness .
white cake. Make the cream the day be-
For clover leaves use silk or worsted Bodice and brushing the hair up to the fore using. 4

goods; for geranium, velvet is best. top of the head, then squeezing sponge- White Cake-Beat one and one-half Cannot be Cured

For pansy blossoms use purple velvet ful after spongeful of water, as hot as cupfuls of sugar and a scant half cupful of
for' the two lower petals and yellow can be borne, on the back of the neck cream; one-half cupful of milk, and two by local applications as they 'cannot
satin for the three full cups of flour into which two level reach the diseased portion of the ear.
upper and base of the brain. After five min
There is only to cure deafness, and
of powder have been
The edges should all be button-hole of this the should be bathed teaspoonfuls;
utes sifted. Lastly, add the whites of four that is by constitutional remedies. Deaf-
stitched with Asiatic twisted embroidery with hot water; and a rest of five min- eggs, whipped to a stiff froth. Bake in ness is caused bran inflamed conditionof
silk, the veins and the {face in utes taken on the bed or in an arm layers. Flavor with lemon. the mucous:: lining of the 'Eustachian

the pansy" worked with Asiatic filo. chair. If possible, a glass of warm Frosting for White Cake-The whitesof have Tube. a When rumbling this tube sound is inflamed or imperfect you

Between the two leaves which are milk or some gentle stimulant like beef two eggs with the same measure of hearing, and when it is entirely closed,

to serve as covers should be four leaves, tea or sherry and egg should be taken. cold water as the whites, and enough con- deafness is the.result, and unless the inflammation -

cut by the same pattern from soft -The Housekeeper.An fectioner's sugar to make it spread nicely can be taken out and this
the cake. Do not beat the but
on eggs, tube, restored its normal
to condition
black silk, on which to wipe the pens. 4 gradually stir in the sugar. Flavor with ,
Use black Honiton lace silk for finish- Animal Game. extract of banana. hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
ing the edges of,the black leaves. Here is a game called "The Lan- Quick Tartletts.-After the crust is which is nothing but an inflamed condi-
Tie the covers and leaves together of Animals." Each child chooses rolled out on the bake-board, cut the tion of the mucous surfaces.

with| baby ribbon or couching silk ofa guage the of animal and in turn tarts; with a large biscuit butter, and bake We will give One Hundred Dollars for
; name an them in the Prick each one
gem pans.
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
shade than the leaves.A any
lighter describes its feelings and actions, the to; prevent rising. Every one who likes that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
pen-wiper simulating a foldingfan others guessing the name from the de- tarts, should try this plan. It is strictly Cure. Send for circulars free.F. .

is also pretty: Use satin or silk scription. For instance, the ant says, original.For J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
for the fan cutting and to the a change, try lemon jelly for filling Sold 75 cents.
folding "1 live in a hill; I sometimes get into of, by Druggists,
tarts. Beat together one cupful sugar
desired size and Embroider .
shape. a and cake and make them taste lemon
sugar and one egg. Add the juice of a
tiny spray on the satin with Asiatic very bad. The cat says, "I wash and two tablespoonfuls of cold water. Mr. H. C. Coppinger, living four
filo and use narrow strips of celluloidfor Put the mixture into shallow dish, set
my face many times a day. I like a four miles south of Orlando, has a
the sticks of the fan. The back and catch mice." One must it'over the fire, stir steadily until it
cream of and
i, ioo orange grapefruit
and from grove
thickens immediately
cover may be plain, without folds, and not tell the points of the animal that the; fire. Be careful that it does not boil. trees; that have grown since the freezeto

fastened with the black leaves to the are too familiar at first, because thenit When cold, it is ready for use. : eight or ten feet in height with a

front cover by a row of fancy stitching.Tie will be guessed too readily. Spiced Cake-One cupful of sugar, spread of branches of six to eight feet.

the celluloid sticks together with a -. .- one-half cupful of butter, one and one- He quite a number of his trees
bow of baby ribbon. Finish the edgesin Nervous Children. half cupfuls of sour milk, one and one- says
and that within
will bear next
half cupfuls of flour, one cupful of year,
the way described for the leaf pen- The mother says that this child is raisins, two eggs, one teaspoonful of cin- three; years he will have his grove in

w pers. ....... R. E. M. nervous. He should never hear this namon, one-half teaspoonful of cloves, as good bearing as before it was
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Bed-Room Decorations.In said of himself. He will soon learn one teaspoonful of soda. Rub the butter killed down. He saved many of his

the; expression as an excuse for naught- and the sugar to a cream and add soda the in buds by banking the dirt against the
Dissolve the
well beaten.
bed-room it is ,
doing a well to eggs
remember that up iness. Train him to regular habits of the milk, and add to the mixture. Seed trees. He saved one Tahiti lime tree

cretonne curtains can life; secure for him simple, wholesomeFood tho raisins, chop them rather coarselyand through the cold.-Orlando Reporter.

be frequently matched in art muslins, ; see that he gets plenty of sleep, flour lightly. Sift the spice with the -.--._----
which make dainty and effective shades, that his nerves are not disturbed by rest of the flour and add this to the the week businesshas
During present
for toilet-tables it in well. Lastly
covers and pincushions preparation, stirring
teasing by others, and in all probability turn improved wonderfully in Ocala.
and when shirred and hung on add the raisins, stir thoroughly,
he will cease to manifest nervousness, into a buttered tin and bake rather There has been more activity than
rods? behind washstands, are a decided especially if he never hears older peo- slowly for three-quarters of an hour. during any period in the present year.
improvement over the ugly linen Woman Delicate Cake-Beat to a cream one-
ple talk about being nervous. During :Monday and Tuesday alone,
"splashers" generally used. Art muslin kind. half cupful of butter, one and one-half.
also makes a pretty covering for down --- -4....- ---- cupfuls of sugar, then add one cupful of a total business of over $152,000 \Va's

cushions, which are often finished witha Three dollars a box f. o. b. is now milk, three of flour,three teaspoonfuls of transacted over the teller's desk in
and the whites of three the Merchants' National bank. De-
baking powder
wide floppy ruffle of butter lace A offered for and we under-
oranges, eggs beaten to a froth. Bake in two layers. have been is
posits heavy. Money
bed-room with these trifling accessoriesis stand the Palmer crop has been sold at Put frosting between and on top. 1

both dainty and harmonious this figure.,-Brajdentown Journal, Fruit Shortc ko,-To ono pint sifted circulating freely,-Marion Times



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I Another Fare::erst Conference. The Microbe of Fertility. Mixed Schools.
Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower
The editor of the "Fort Meade Science experts of the Agricultural De- The correspondence between the

A Weekly Newspaper published at 16 Main Pebble" announces that after a long partment in Washington have made an northern and SuperintendentSheats
Street, Jacksonville. Fla. important discovery. They have found women
.. correspondence with Mr. F. B. Papy,
the mixed schools of
the mysterious agent by whose aid all
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION General Freight Agent of the Plant things vegetable are enabled to absorb Florida is intrinsically humorous a

For One Year ..........................,.82.00 System that gentleman has agreed to nitrogen, which is their chief food. With- degree. The labor of these women is a
For Six Months........................ ..... i.oc send delegates from the Southern out its assistance plant life would disap-
In Foreign Countries ....................... 3.00 worthy one and far more sensible than
Railway and Steamship Association to pear entirely from the earth, and, in con- '
Subscriptions in all cases cash in the missionary expeditions to Borrio-
advance. No discount allowed on one's meet the growers; and the meeting is this sequence beneficent, man micro-organism would also perish.is so small Yet boola Gha and other remote heathen
own subscription(except in a club), but to appointed at Fort Meade, Novemberi. with
that it can only be seen when magnified countries; but we quite agree -the
all liberal cash commission willIe
agents a Transportation will be free to all 800 diameters It is bacterium and
allowed all subscriptions obtainedby a a Superintendent as to the odiousness of .
on actual farmers and truckers between micrococcus--that is to likea
them. Write for terms. say shaped mixed schools. Yet in the case of a
To every new subscriber we will send, Bartow and Punta Gorda to attend little ball. in negro boarding school, pure and sim-
An is made
experiment now being
a of Whitner's "Gardening the meeting. '
postpaid, copy" the breeding of these microbes by Prof. ple, we see no way for the preservationof
Florida. For two sub-
new It is always well to have the growers Wiley, of the chemistry division of the order in the building except by
scribers, at $2.00 each, we will send,
with the of-
postpaid, a copy of_ Moore's "Orange personally acquainted Department of Agriculture. They mul- means of a teacher or other official
Culture." ficers of great corporations with whom tiply at an enormous rate when furnished sleeping somewhere in the building.If .

Rates of advertising on application. they have dealings, and it would be with proper food, and to produce themin a negro functionary can be found
Remittances should be made by check, still better if these officers could see indefinite quantities is easy. Their
who will order all
by means
business in life is to absorb nitrogen from preserve ,
note, order
postal or registered
letter to order money of the growers at home in their work- the soil and from the air and to trnsformit let such a one be employed for the
day clothes their hard toil and their into nitric acid. In this shape it is
FARMER AND FRUIT GBOWEB.Jacksonville purpose.
Fla. poverty.But taken up by the tissues of the plants, The humor of the situation is foundin
which are not able to consume the nitro-
believe that these
we questionswill in the crude. the simple and sincere unconsciousness

CONTENTS.Florida be ultimately solved by the oper- gen Recently a trial was made with a field with which those northern

ation of far more potent and endur- of several acres in Florida, on which "cranks" stirred up a hornet's nest by
Oranges Abroad; OrangeGrowersGoing ing forces than any which may be exerted nothing would grow. Analyses proved intimating to our fire-eating Superin-
to Jamaica; Condition of the Groves; in a few hours' conference be- that the soil was very rich in nitrogen, tendent that he had "outheathened
1 To Protect Orange Trees; Pecan Culture.. 659 unskilled in businessand but none of the micrococci were present.So "
The Kieffer Pear;Watermelon Wine; the Irrigation tween growers a small amount of stable manure was heathendom, etc. The whole cor-

Question .......... ..........'...... 660 a few complaisant transportationofficials. appled thinly to the surface of the groundand respondence is as rich, racy and rare
THE PINERY-Notes on Culture No. 4,...... 661 That solution will come lo! a wonderful crop was the result. as.the. proceedings of a woman's
TOBAcco-Culture in Cuba.. ............ _..... 661 through the slow and hard grind of The secret of it was that stable manure, rights convention when the subject of
LIVE STOCK-Cottonseed Meal for Cows.... 661 is full of these 'peculiar bacteria. The
circumstances-through empty freightcars 'the man" is introduced.
How to Keep Dairy Cows Toned Up; Cassavafor latter went to work at once the nitrogen tyrant
Hogs......................... .............. 662 and passed dividends-and not lying idle in the hitherto upon barren -- ..-- .
POULTRY-Poultry and Cows: Implements through conferences, however well in- soil and transformed it into available The Growers' Convention

for Poultrymen; The Fowlhouse; Shippersof tended, covering only a small part of plant food. It has long been known that the convention of in
Live Poultry...... .... ............ 663 the State. If the growers would obeya stable manure contained very little plant Orlando At October 2d after growers
STATE .... ,
.664 food and until its
so now great efficincy
common impulse and for a series ol
OUR RURAL HOME-On the Defensive; The as a fertilizer has been a mystery. The zation, Judge James D. Beggs, Orlan-
Old Man and the New Woman. ... ........664 months import nothing, or next to day may yet arrive when the farmer do, took the floor and offered the following -
Pen-Wipers; Bedroom Decoration; Water as nothing, each one could sit down to will apply a solution of microbes insteadof resolutions, which excited a
a Medicine; An Animal Game; Nervous his frugal repast of home-grown food a fertilizer to his soil.-N. Y. World running debate of some spirit; but
Children; An Ideal House; Recipes......... 665 and it with satisfaction he
;" EDITORIAL-Florida's Schools;AnotherFarmers' eat a grim as : Our great metropolitan contemporary were subsequently adopted unani
#, looked out through the window at the
has matters somewhat mixedin
Convention; Mixed Schools; No got mously:
Thoroughfare; The Microbe of Fertility... 666 empty freight trains going by. the above interesting extract. The WHEREAS, A difference of opinionhas
Markets; Jamaica Oranges in 'New York; There should be: no war betweenthe legumes or plants of the leguminous existed between the vegetable and ..
The Growers'
Convention 667 growers and the companies, for all family have their special microbes, fruit growers on the one hand and the '
Railroads Commission Houses, etc.; A Par- are integral parts of the same com- clustering their rootswhich have railroad the other in
tial Solution; Stopping a Paper; Crimson upon companies on regard -
Clover........................ ........... ..... 668 monwealth, and their interests, in the the power to extract nitrogen from to transportation charges on the,
From Clay County; Items ........._..... 669 last and highest analysis, are identi the atmosphere, even the little of it various products of the growers, the '
Money Made in Lettucej-Takiag; Off Sweet cal. But still it is lawful, and it may which is in the soil, and convert it to being of the opinion that it
...... ........ .... growers .
Potato Vines .. ......... 670 be for the former to bringan
of the But it
.. .-. necessary the uses plant. Is not was to some extent the fault of the
immense physical pressure to bearon true that all plants are tenanted in railroads that they had not realized
I Weather in Jacksonville. the latter, and to do it ,themselves their roots by these microbes nor is larger net profits on their shipments ;
i Week Ending Oct. 14, 1895
since their waxen legislators at Talla true that, if they were exterminatedall the railroad companies maintaining on
a a "J'A= =ell 0;;; I hassee cannot be made. to stand. vegetation would perish and conse- the other that they had shipped their
DATE ai; Po ell m QJQO haw -- ----- all animal life would without
QO :g ::a a ::a No Thoroughfare.The quently cease on products discriminating
-- - of Brevard various the low-
people county have againstthe sections, at
8. .... earth.We
I Oct Oct. ..........7'1. 65 72 7'1.b6 69 57 17 15 64 78 TI 0 conducted a heated campaign of sev- wish the "World" had given est cost possible consistent with their

(,I Oct Oct.. II............,.......64 70 72 81 76 5B 23 12 70 70 0 0 eral months on the question of bond- the particulars of that truly extraordi-- long experience, and

Ij t! Oct. .......... 69 76 68 8 72 'f ing the county for $100,000 or over nary experiment in Florida. We WHEREAS, It is believed that an
Oct. '3. .. ....60 64 74 55 19 64 0 build shell road the whole that if the experi. be effected betweenthe
to strongly
h Oct. 14........ ...57 68 77 5Z 25 64 0 a lengthof suspect arrangement can
i 169 177 I the county, parallel with Indian ment was ever tried at all, it was a growers and the railroads which
Mean ........64 60 ; + T
river. In an election held a few days judicious application of a first-class will be for their mutual benefit and

i .Total T. Trace.rainfall. ago the anti-bonders were victoriousby article of sulphate of potash or limeor advantage, therefore be it

a A. J. MITCHELL, Observer.Florida's about thirty majority. Naturally, ashes, instead of stable manure Resolved, That a committee be ap-

the two able papers of Titusville ranged that produced the "wonderful crop." pointed from the vegetable and fruit

Twin Schools. themselves on- opposite sides of the growers to confer with the traffic

The State College at Lake City and question. The bond advocates argued Cassava Cuttings Free. managers of the various railroads in

I Stetson University at DeLand, opened that ,the tax would be paid very largelyby United States Department of Agriculture, ) Florida, with a view to coming to a
together at the beginning of the absentees and corporations. The Sugar Experiment Division Sta.Chemistry, Narcoossee, Fla. }j mutual and friendly understandiug of

month, each with nearly the' same number of horses and wheeled vehi.' Runnymede (Narcoosse P.O.), Fla., Oct. 5.95 their various claims. That this com-

number of students, about 150, with a cles in Brevard county did not seem Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower : mittee be and are hereby authorizedto

prospect of 200. From the report in to create a crying need for a ,grand I am directed'by the Departmentof use their best endeavors to get up a

the "DeLand News" we take the fol. shelled boulevard, which would, for Agriculture to distribute, to those business organization between the

lowing paragraph giving the concluding -i several years to come at least, have farmers who may desire them for railroads and the growers, which will

part of the address, of President been mostly for the benefit of bicyclersand planting a number of cassava cut constitute the local agents of the rail.

Forbes: other pleasure-seekers. But the tings now growing at this station. road companies at every station, the

The Doctor then spoke of the futility latter are, and always will be, a very The cuttings will be ready for plant- agents and friends of the growers.

of seeking mere pleasure expectingto important part of the resources, of the ing after October isth. That said local agents may be authorized -

derive happiness therefrom. In only Indian river country; and it is quite Small quantities will be distributedfree and empowered, to furnish to the .

one way could lasting happiness be possible that the taxpayers might do of cost by mail. growers latest advices of the condition -

found, and that was by a determina worse than to construct a highway, Large quantities will be sent by of the markets throughout the

( tion to conquor all dislike for work through long stretches of sandy desertas express at expense of applicant. country without cost to the growers,

and a resolution to find pleasure in it. well as beautiful groyes and pine.. Respectfully, in order that they may obtain specific

The man or woman who has learnedto ries, largely to please those sentimental R. E. ROSE, information as to the most available .

love his work i is fortunate; indeed. people. Superintendent. points for shipping their products.

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.. That the committee on the part of the Jamaica Oranges New York. THE

growers, may be able without any red From the circular letter of Thos. F.

tape, to communicate at any time Hulbert Co., October 12, we quote the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FLORIDA
with the traffic managers, and that following: I can offer you jobbing Jamaica -

they be willing to ask from and con- oranges repacked, $5.25 a barrel; ,
orignal $4.62| a barrel, Have a few bar- J"A.QKSONVI: ,LE.
cede to the railroads in a general rels limes; bright at.$0.50 a barrel; green, The Oldest National Bank in the State.
spirit of fairness, seeking to avoid all $7.00 a barrel. Have some fancy, good

misunderstandings and irregularities; size, best marks 420 lemons at$3.10 a box; CHARTERED, 1874. CHARTER EXTENDED, 1894.

as the exponents of a business organi-- common Messinas, small sizes, $2.75 a By conservative, yet liberal methods, this bank has achieved the highest reputation for solidity,
strength and ability to meet legitimate
box. Advise you prompt. Wire for Jamaica -
We buy and sell foreign and domestic exchange on the most favorable terms, drawing our
will be own
tion.Resolved oranges; they higher. drafts on all parts of the world.
That a committee be appointed Lemons will advance also during the We invite a visit or correspondence, looking toward business relations, assuring you that your
on organization to draft by- next three weeks. favors shall at aU times receive intelligent and careful attention! .

laws and a constitution, which com- > m JAMES M. SCHUMACHER, R. C. COOLEY
E. L. Goodsell sold, October 7. 40 boxes -
mittee is authorized to call a further of Jamaica oranges at 1.95 to 2.15. President. Cashier.

convention to perfect such organization October 11, 500 boxes Jamaica orangesat Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.

which meeting shall be held after 1.65 to. 2.05 per box.

the committee to visit the railroad officials < OH LOOK SAVE MONEYB

shall have performed its mission, First Philadelphia Oranges.The Auction. of Jamaica ,

and shall so report to this committee. first auction sale of Jamaica or- y buying only FERTILIZERS ,
That this committee shall endeavor to With a PURE BONE BASIS
anges this season in Philadelphia occurred .
procure the attendance of growers last Tuesday. It was for the account nrich your Land and Yourselves, .

from all'parts of the State at the next of R. D. Hughes & Co., and the E .. .
meeting. auctioneer was Charles Waterman. iicourage every one. you may : '
fromF. This shipment of oranges consisted of K now to useDJRLING'S[ FERTILIZERS, because they are:
also read letter
Judge Beggs a .
629 barrels. Of these 531 sold
were on S afe and Reliable '
W. Franklin, of Leesburg, a dele- Tuesday, and the remaining 98 barrelson to use for :, 'J"-'' .

gate present, in which he, as a buyerof Friday. The fruit was in rather poor A ny Crop, making a Strong, Stocky ,, : "

long experience, disclosed a plan condition the due to the poor packing facili- rowtli, and sweet, juicy vegetables and fruits that are ''-

which he has successfully followed in ties and hot weather encountered by E ngageil ahead by those Merchants\ who do f .
it. The prices ranged from $2.50 to $4.10,
handling the local crop of fruit and which ia an average of $3.30.-Grocery N ot want only the very best Fruits and Vegetables.T .

vegetables about Leesburg.C. World. ake time and write at once to the
D. Shepherd, of Orlando, stated *

that the main question with growerswas California Fruit Shipments East. L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER
According to the Sacramento Bee" of
the reduction of freight rates on ,
Peptember 30, "this year, up to September -
produce.On 1, 2,990 car loads were sent over the J"acksoD..V'"ille., F1orida..

motion, Chairman Adams, Rob- Sierra Nevada hile 4,280 car loads were and obtain their Special Low Prices to meet the times .
ert McNamee and M. Gore were authorized the shipments for same month of 1894.
to appoint the committees referred Expressed in weight, the volume of rail- for Cash With Order.GHOIGE.
road business means 71,760,000 pounds,
to in the resolution after
Beggs ,
as compared with 102,720,000 pounds.
which the meeting adjourned, subjectto "The number of cars loaded with fruit : A. :N"o. 1

the call of the committee. that went >through Ogden this ,year was

2,650, as compared with 3,500 for the sea-
son of 1894. Florida Brown Orange Trees
flarkets.JACKSONVILLE I "The railroad officials say that fully
1,500 more cars will be sent East before
wwww the season comes to a close. But even

FLA., Oct. 11. with this additional business in prospect, E'O SAT4.:
FRUITS AND PRODUCE. it is thought by the officials of the Southern -
. Pacific that by the end of the season Grape Fruit, Lemon and Seedless Grape' Fruit
Corrected by Marx Bros.
there will be a shortage of fully 1,500
These are average quotations. Extra choice
lots fetch prices above top quotations, while poor cars'or 36,000,000 pounds, in comparisonwith All trees grown on stock in Florida that was not injured by the freeze. Buds from 3 to 6 feet
lots sell lower. last year. So they calculate that for straight and well grown. Also choice Abbaka and Golden Queen Pineapple suckers, 15 to 20 inches.
Grapes per .. 75101.00 this year 107,760,000 pounds will repre- Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited, or call on
Kieffer 1.25101.75
Apples Fears .per to 3.00 sent the fruit shipments by rail from the
English Peas bu..... .......... 1.60Cocoanuts. Golden State." GEIO. H. WRIGHT
.. 3.50 ..-..-
Peanuts,best 4 to 5 A Culinary Wonder.A ORLANDO, FLA.
Cabbage. N. Y. each to .08
Potatoes,New 1.90102.00 wonderfully ingenious, yet simple
"t packs ..
Onions, bbl 2.00 175 and inexpensive device for seeding raisins THE INDIAN RIVER
1.75 may be purchased at the hardware and
Eggs......*_............-... .n r.. .18 general stores. It is the Enterprise

VEGETABLES AND POULTRY. Raisin Seeder. Made in two sizes, the A Native Seedling. (Taken From Nature.)
smaller or family size will seed a poundin
Corrected by Davis & Robinson. five minutes, while the larger size, in-
Yellow Yams to
.50 tended for hotels etc. will seed
Sweet Potatoes' to .50 a pounda
Hubbard squash, i.oo minute. Though it will seed either wet
Lettuce, doz. .30 raisins it is better to wet them.
Celery Kalamazoo..... .....,...-... .50 or dry
The that careful house-
EggPlants, 1.50102.50 washing every
Tomatoes, crates.:............2.00t02 50 keeper insists upon will wet them suf-
Sweet Pepper, i.oo ficiently, when the seeder will remove
Okra, bu. to 1.25
Green Beans ....-. 1.5 every seed without a particle of waste.
Peas, ...... No one who has ever used one of these ,
Turnips, bunch............. to .06 seeders would be without it. i
Pumpkins Kershaws,, each...05 to to .10.10 They are made by the Enterprise Man-

Parsley,per doz.bunches.........., .30 ufacturing Company, Third and Dauphin .
Green onions,per doz. bunches....... .15 to .25 streets, Philadelphia, the manufacturersof } l j ,9
Pepper,hot bushel,... .75 the Meat Chopper and /
Sage, well cured, to. 15 Enterprise
Lima Beans, shelled, qt, .12 to .15 other time and labor saving machinesfor \ K
Hens.........-.-...-...-.... 30 to .35 domestic and culinary use. A catalogue /l
.. ........... .
Roosters....-....-. .30
Broilers...............-.,. .20 to .25 -sent free by mail on application-
Turkeys, per pound,gross............. .II describes and illustrates these various
Ducks................ to .40 devices. It will pay any one to write
Geese.,..50 to.60 for it. r 11
New Beets, per none .50 to i.oo -. .
Water Cress, none..
Cauliflower per doz.75toa.oo The guava is of value for canningand

Canteloupea Melons, bbl., none.......... for making guava jelly. A friendof
Leeks per doz bunches.... -25 the writer, two years ago, made
Corn, doz, none ... ...
Scuppernongs, bu.... ...... .... 1.00 half a ton of guava jelly on his cook
Radishes per .25 stove. He in one hundred
ing put
Cucumbers, crate..... n..... 2.00
hours' time and made a profit of ten Finest varieties of acclimated Strawberry Plants Send,

US. We sell your Poultry, Veals, cents per pound on the jelly sold, consequently for clltlllogtlc to-
fruits and all produce at highest JOHN B. BEACH
TRY rices. DAILY RETURNS. For he earned $i an hour for ,

stencils, Prices and references write his \laboTr-Ft, Myers Press. IIV X>IAIV X IV1312 NUR 'RIES y l\Ie1bo-u.rE1.: : F:1a.:
.. F. I. SAGE & SONS 183: Reade St., N-Y


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;! Railroad Companies, Commission shall lead them to become as to the Southern trucker and l .
t permanent nage '<.>>r;-'.'
I l:, Houses and the Legislature; residents, and enable them to marketall horticulturist! and THE RURALIST ex,. ? FERTILIZE '

their products. Florida possesses pects to keep harping on this string, e ;

From the Florida Ruralist. exceptional advantages in climate, but in a friendly way until the carrier and l ECONOMICALLY i

:' The Ruralist, in addition to its air not in soil. The additional cost ofProduction producer have a more equitable divide. / PROFITABLY BY THE AND USE EFFECTIVELY Ct .I

J to be a faithful compendium of useful and our greater distance t Then the grower will produce more, t

information to the agriculturist and from Northern markets necessitate the the railways will transport more, both h NITRATE OF SODA ,.

horticulturist in most advantageous rates to give an will be compensated and the masses Nearly all fertilizers are ineffective
j regard to crops and they contain too little NITROGEN (C"ammo'f
average return for all our winter pro- will share in the benefits. nia'') and this little In nn insoluble form.
the best of
: manner obtaining them j, Add a little NITRATE OF SODA to these and
p ducts ; to give Florida fair chance with the result will be astonishing.
has also a special field of labor il i A PAMPHLET "l'ng wand
certain reforms without which Florid growers nearer market. Stopping a Paper. FREE when
] : to use nitrate,and how to buy and use f ertlllzers -
No arrangement can be permanent most economically. AddressS.
j reach
can never a high degree of
J M. Harris, Moreton Farm(CP.0.) New
or advantageous to either party to a For the benefit of a few narrow- York.
1 The
| prosperity. publishers feel noj .1>' &.,:.7... .
minded who <>>
order the
j antagonism towards railway com contract that is not mutually to the 'persons paper

| panics, commission; merchants or lawmakers benefit of each. The railway companiesmay stopped because their ideas and the

j all essential in working out get more than their share for a editor's do not agree on a few points, SORE IAD.

!I the future prosperity of the State, but time, resulting in the impoverishmentof we reprint this little story that is going

; advocate such reforms in these bodie the grower, but the result will be the rounds of the press: We guarantee a sure

j as shall equalize the results of the to destroy the production. "The man who stops his paper because and safe cure for Soap
We clip the following forcible position of something which he does not
of the soil
productions so that all] HEAD on all kinds of
I may live and prosper. To this end 1 taken by the Florida AgricultUrist approve, and does it with an air of re- Fowls, or MONEY R#.
: gret that it is to drive the
we use statements of facts, argumentsand necessary FUNDED. Price 80
'I caricature, to arouse the people We have taken the position that, publisher into bankruptcy, reminds us by mail, or two for fifty cents. c.

I to insist upon their proper rights and[ as a matter of self-defense, the trans- of the train dispatcher who demandedan J. C. BUCHER NEW SEED STORB,

a fair share of their earnings. The portation companies would be corn increase of salary, and threatened P. O. Box 1ST. 19 3. Broad 8t,AUaata, O*.

I time must come when just t" as fair pelled to make a better rate on Florida to'quit if he did not get it. The su- Also, Poultry Supplies of all 1d...

I I transportation rates are given to the produce in order to encourage a larger perintendent replied to his request by

J products of Florida as the productions production of diversified crops, which, relating a story: 'When I was a young

I of any other part of the country. since the loss of business caused by man,' said he, 'I once did as you are QUICK WORK

; When north-bound freights shall receive the (at best) temporary disturbance of doing. I told the superintendent of I ,

I terms south the orange groves, is essential to the the road what you have told me. He In selling and paying for Fruits and Veg-
as good as etables shipped to us is our motto. WIt
bound, when pro rata rates life of the transportation business of refused my demand, and I quit-and GIVE GOODS SENT US: BY GROWERS
the State. We have still further would you believe it-that d-d roadis FIRST PLACE BECAUSE WE NEVER
ton per mile shall be given Florida gone BUY OURSELVES. They are protectedby
that California and claimed that unless these better running yet.: our 40 years experience without default-
products given
are pro .. .. ing a dollar. Enquire as to our standing
ducts, when only such commissionmen rates were given, the production would --- k and financial stability which any bank or'
in diminish instead of increase, as the Crimson Clover. merchants having mercantile reports can
case goods are commissionedshall verify-then try us-WE BELIEVE OUR
be employed, who are provedtrustworthy growers under the existing conditions METHOD WILL SATISFY YOU. Send'
could not make We advise our readers who wish to your name for our quotations. Stencil and .
and when statute law expenses. in Crimson cards fnre. Letters promptly answered.
experiment clover to plantat
shall not conflict with common law, A Partial Solution. different times from now on till the FRENCH & CO.,
which provides that all men shall be middle of December, using liberal sup-

secure in life, liberty and property. "Tens of thousands of bushels of plies of fertilizers rich in potash and 116 i Warren St" New York.

Under Florida statute law at the pres- tomatoes rotting in Florida in the phosphoric acid. Its nitrogen it will ESTABLISHED 1855.

sent time there is little security for beginning of July," is the statementof gather from the atmosphere. Let experiments

property. The fruit grower and the Florida press. be made in a small way until -

tarmer have no rights which the owner "The solution of the question is experiment proves successful. Bradley Redfleld. Eugene B. Redfield.
of cattle and is bound ESTABLISHED 1871.
range hogs to "
canneries, say other members of 'V. H. Massey of the North Caro-
respect. Under common law and REDFIELD & SON,
the press. At the same time tomatoes lina Station
under the statute law of the States of says many
are selling for $2.00 to $3.00 failures in crimson Commission MerchantsAND
per growing clover in
the Union a deed of transfer property 'I
bushel in
the Northern markets. the South have been turned into
successes -
valid in the State in which it i is -
Would it
executed,. is valid in other State not be a better solution of I by a liberal application! of potash -
any the Fruit Auctioneers !
where the property is transferred. question to use the unemployedcars and phosphoric acid. ,

And such is Florida statute law, but on the numerous lines South in If Crimson Clover can be a success 141 Dock Street, Philadelphia, 1'"., I I

declared by the chief executive of the bringing the producers and consumers on: Southern pine lands, there is no We handle all kinds of Fruits and Vegetables,
together ? At a dollar a ,bushel for region so desirable for general farm either at private sale (which has heretofore been
State to be unconstitutional. That our custom) or by the auction system (recently
tomatoes bushels
relic of barbarism in the transfer of ten would be consumed ing, stock raising, horticulture and added to our business) as you may desire.
where five, perhaps one is the South.
consumed trucking: as
property by which a wife must be ex ,
now. Florida cannot well "Crimson clover is
amined and from her
separate apart
compete with Maryland in the can- North Carolina like wildfire," writesa THE ALGONQUIN HOTEL
husband, abolished in most of the ,
I ning business, where 15 and 20 cents correspondent of the "Rural New
United States, till exists in the re At St. Augustine.
bushel is
per considered a remunera- Yorker" It is through much tribulation
of the Florida I furnished G. ,
quirements statutes, Completely Apply to S. Messerve
and hence defective titles exist in tive return for growing tomatoes, but that it is being introduced in St.Augustine, Fla. .

50 cents per 100 pounds would pay the North, chiefly on account of winter -
transfers of property in all parts of the the FOR SALE.
transportation companies for conveying killing, but it is considered a great
State. and vile
Incorporated towns
themselves to the consumer July tomatoes, prize wherever it has succeeded. Its THE OCEAN VIEW HOTEL,
leges cannot
and 25 to 50 cents a bushel would
a legume that the South should At St. Augustine.
impounding hogs and cattle that de
their without pay the Florida producer, at least, for capture: if there is a process or treatment Completely furnished. Right on the Bay.
stroy crops, being made the later harvest of his Rare Bargain, Apply to Capt. W. S. M. Bukham
criminals under Florida statute law. crop.It or time of [planting, that will St. Augustine or toCHAPIN -
would seem there ought to be a adapt it to our soil and climate. THE
These evils in legislation, and inequalities scale FARM AGENCY,
by there should
RURALIST hopes to see a great
in transportation which discriminate many 3-23-tf and Boston.
St. Augustine,
t be an adaptation of prices of transpor- trials before the effort is abandoned. 3

1 against the grower, have tation to the prevailing prices of the .
I driven thousands from our fair State FRUIT: TREES.FOR .
goods transported. A half loaf is Within the last two weeks about 100
! and will lead thousands to
more confine -
'I vastly better than no loaf for the producer of land has been 'in
acres bought the
the products of the soil to what and the SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write .
railway For
company. immediate vicinity of Orlando for the
can be consumed on the farm or find
Ij the railway company to take the purpose of growing pineapples, and for Catalogue and price list.
a local market.
i: whole loaf and the producer to get the work of preparation is being JENNINGS' NURSERY CO.,

We appeal to the railway companies not a fraction of a loaf is no fair di pushed rapidly. The residents of Thomativllle, 0...
! whether their own interests do not ... -
Orange are independent of
vide.The county
i dictate to at once make prices of trans- time is coming when these SAWMILL
; but few will
a years see the orange 5
portation that shall give encourage. matters will be adjusted or Florida industry re-established and flour ]k ARMER works successfullywith

ment to the industrious farmer, not will cease to be a winter and spring is ihing.- -Orlando Sentinel. I' ( ( d Grinding 4 h. p.,Mills also .

only to buy their lands, of which they garden, and a fair adjustment will be _, ... and Water Wheels.

possess millions of acres granted by as much to the interest of the trans. Take the Fruit-Grower and keep DeLoach Mill Mfg. Co..

the State and general government, but portatipn companies jn increased\ ton- posted on the mareet t of Chi world, 323 Highland' t, Avo., Atlanta, Qa


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PARALYSISFollows Many of these fruit-growers have .
come here from the North, with their

-- rich experience and their capital, not Exhausted Soils
Bloodlessness and Nervous only to benefit themselves, but to

Prostration boom the "Flowery State," its soil,

climate and production ; and right on c are made to produce larger and better crops by the t
From the Press, New York City. the threshold are confronted with the
use of Fertilizers rich in Potash.Write
For more than fifteen years, Mrs. A. scrub cow and the razor-back hog, the II

Mather, who lives at No. 43 East One latter torment being the greater of the for our "Farmers' Guide," a 142-page illustrated book.> It

Hundred was a sufferer and Twelfth from anaemia street,,New which York in, two. I have been there myself, ands is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free, and

spite of the treatment of physiciansgrad- can sympathize with my fellow- will make and save you money. Address,

ually developed into nervous prostrationuntil sufferers.I GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street,New York;
finally marked symptoms of paral- came here from New York city,
ysis set in.: Mrs. Mather gladly gave the but had a fruit farm near Lakewood, .

reporter her experience."For N. J., eighteen miles south of west of
Mrs. Mather said,
many years
"I was a constant sufferer from nervous- Long: Branch, where I spent the sum- JOHN L. MARVIN,
ness. It was about fifteen years ago that mer and fall months, and where there President.H. .
my condition began to grow worse. SoonI i is a no-fence law; consequently, no T. BAYA, THOS. W. CONRAD,
became affected that 1 was prostratedand Cashier. Assistant Cashier.
brute is suffered to run at large. It
until about two years ago, was partof CAPITAIi $100,000.
has now been in force for and
the time unable to leave my bed. I
employed several physicians from time to no one ever thinks' of turning back to i '
time, my'''bills at the drug store for pre- the old regime. It not only saves ex- THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK .

scriptions amounting to as much as $50 pense to the fruit and vegetable grower, ,
a month, but all the doctors did for me but to the: general farmer as well. It JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,.
did not seem to help me at all. My blood
became greatly impoverished and after is now only necessary to fence in his espeetfully solicits you Deposits, Collections and Genera

years of suffering I was threatened with pasture land and leave his grain and Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .
paralysis.;' potato fields without that expense. -

"When Iwalked I could scarcely drag i. Such a law is popular wherever it has INVITED.
my feet along and at times my knees been tried. Let us push on the war, .
would that I would almost DIREOTORS.
give away so
fall down. Feeling that doctors could then, until we shall have the satisfac- John L. Marvin, A. B. Campbell. Chas. Marvin,
not help me I had little hope of recovery tion of seeing a good no-fence law on H. T. Baya, T. W. Roby,:, Judge R. B. Archibald,
until one day I read in a newspaper howa the,statute books of Florida. Judge E. M. Randall. C. B. Rogers. W. M. Davidson,
person afliicted almost the same as I I commenced to improve a seven- Or' H. Rohlnaon JoHn E. Hartrldaro.
was, had been cured by Dr. Williams'
acre fruit farm here one last
Pink Pills for Pale I purchaseda year ago .
box and began taking People.the pills. The fall, and for the first two or three SAVINGS AND TRUST BANK

effect of this first box pleased me so much months had to fight the nuisances

that I bought another. Before I had taken above described, especially the good- OE' E'LORIDA,
all the pills in the first box I began to for-nothing razor-back hog, until I was
experience relief, and after the third box JACKSONVILLE. .
compelled to fence in with barbed
had been used I was practically cured.It CAPITAL, $50,000.
what wire, and since then I can just sit and
was really surprising a speedy
and pronounced effect the medicine had defy him. C. A. W. U. ROBINSON, President. W. J. HAKKISHEIMER, Vice-Free.
upon me.
always keep Dr. Williams Pink Pillsin ITEflS.
the house now, and when I feel symp- DIRECTORS:

toms of nervousness find that they give The Palmetto News says that Man- H. ROBINSON, > J. HILDEBRANDT, P. E. McMURRAY,
When Mrs. Mather talked with the reporter atee county has produced more hay J. A. HENDERSON, C. C. ROBERTSON, W. B. OWEN.

she was dressed for the street, in-' this year than the stock within its Collections made on all points of Florida,and Remitted for on day of Pay-
tending to go out for a walk. She looked borders will be able to consume. The ment. Active and Savings Accounts Solicited. Interest Paid on
the picture of health, far different than Tampa Times says that the same con Savings.
. she did before taking the Pink Pills. dition of affairs prevails in Hillsboro

', her Mrs.mother's Mather's account daughter, and
I herself had been cured of chronic indigestion given why the farmers of Florida

I by these pills; and too, how her should not raise all the hay needed in .
r cousin had been cured of anaemia in the the entire State. It continues: "The Incorporated Home Association of Orange Growers for marketing Florida Fruit to the

: same way. Pills sold all people of this section have as much BOX MATERIAL-The best advantage.Exchange-AUTHORIZED is fully prepared CAPITAL to supply$300,000.boxes ,and paper on
Dr. Williams' Pink are by excuse for importing .sweet potatoesas order. Write for price list and terms. '
dealers, or will be sent postpaid on receipt OFFICERS
-: :-
of price ((50 cents a box, or six boxes they have for bringing hay from the GEO. R. FAIRBANKS President. D. GREENLEAF Vice-President.
for $2.50)) by addressing Dr. Williams' Northern and Western States. The ALBERT M. IVls,Gen'l Mgr. and Treas. M. P. TURNER Secretary.
DIH.EOTORS-Geo. R. Fairbanks Alachua Co.; E.G.Hill Bradford Co.: Dr. E. E. Pratt
Medicine'Co., Schenectady, N. Y. sooner our people learn to 'live at Hillsboro Co.; John Fabyan Lake Co.; Hy Crutcher Orange Co.; D. Greenieaf Duval Co.;
home and board at the same place,' as J. D. Mead, Duval Co.; A. Brady, Brevard Co.; F. G. Sampson Marion Co.; C. V. Hillyer,
Marion Co.; John M. Bryan, Osceola Co.; W. E. Stanton, Putnam Co.; M. S. Moreman St.
From Clay County. we once heard a cracker friend express Johns Co.; C. F. A. Blelby, volusla Co.;Irving Keck,Polk Co.
Address'all correspondence to the Florida Fruit Exchange Jacksonville, Fla Stencils,
for Florida"Analysis
it the better
with full packing and shipping:instructions furnished on application.
CLAY COUNTY, FLA., Aug. 12, '95.I shows that the leaves of -
have taken a deep interest in your vines much nutritiousthan
pea are more JOHN CLARK SON & CO.
fight for a,no-fence law, and hope the the stems. Be careful to save ,

battle for the right will continue un the leaves. .
abated. << Grocers and Commission Merchants

The letters from owners ,of groves, Nature having shown in the flour-

and from fruit.growers generally, who ishing wild groves originally found DEALERS

have had a bitter experience with the here that soil ,and climate are admir- Coal, Hay, Grain, Wines, Liquors,
scrub cow and razor-back have sum- ably adapted to the production of cit-

med the ,matter up thoroughly, and rus fruits, it is rational to believe that Cigars, Tobacco, Etc.

have made,out a very clear case against this industry will in a very short time
these intolerable nuisances with which be again as productive of profit as j"aol onvi11e, :Flo1 ida...

they have had to contend. Their con- ever. In fact, many groves, by their It,

test ,was against fearful cdds, for they I growth, already promise a good crop PRICE-LI Or WHISKIES:

had to it on not only with men MANONGAHELARYE............. ........$1 SO CABINET .$6 oo
'carry next year.-Halifax Jourdal. PARKER..... ............ ....' ........... 175 MARTINRYE............. ................ 300
who had scarcely a spark of hu --- -- ORANGE VALLEY........... ...... ...... '* 00 VIRGINIA $ 4 00
kindness in their make-up but Up wagons are beginningto SFRINGVALLEY......... ................. 250 OLD 5 oo
man ,
BALTIMORE CORN....................... 200 KENTUCKY SOUR .'500
also an unjust law which never oughtto pass through this'city in large num- NORTH CAROLINA CORN.. ............ 250 OLD 5 oo
have been put upon thee statute bers, going to the coast of Wakulla CLIFTON CLUB... ...... ............. 300 MONTROSE VnTRYE................... 600

books of any State. Your correspondents county for fish which are found in JUGS EXTRA: One gallon 350; two gallon, sac; three gallon 750. Remit by post office
money order, check: or registered letter. We cannot ship C. O. D. Remit with order.A .
in all its hid- abundance. Tenor twelve 'two.horse
have shown it
up complete price-list of Groceries,aud Wine List, sent free on application.
. eousness, and it is not necessary for wagons passing through 'together is
me to say more. not an unusual sight.-Tallahassean. ,



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Money Made in Lettuce.A FIFTY THOUSAND Grapefruit Seedlings for
THE LAKE GEORGE NURSERIESare 3# years old, 4 to 5 feet high; will dor-
visit to the truck farm of Ney- mant bud to order. Have a few budded to the
fine and
seedless grapefruit. These trees are ,
land & Sons, a few days since, found offering a fine lot of Budded'Trees for sale for season of'95 and 96, including a limited supply of for sale.very reasonablo indeed as we expect to

them active in setting out a lot of f GENUINE BOONE'S' EARLY TREES AND BUDS quit before the buying nursery elsewhere.business. Bowyer Come and& Stephens see them,

lettuce seed. In response to a few Lakeland, Fla. 9-21-7
Also Crape Fruit 'Tardiffa. Magnum Bonum, Mediterranean Sweet Bessie. Tangerine and
inquiries O. H. Neyland said : common Orange, Sanford's Sicily Lemon and Villa Franca Lemon. Grown to stakes. All on Sour BUDWOOD-I am prepared to supply first-class
old that
"This is a good paying crop, andI stocks. Write for prices- to .. HAVV'X.cINS & SO1 T,51. were unhurt by the trees freezes.15 to The years trees are in

do not see why there is not more fruit and in splendid shape. All are true to name.
Georgetown, Fla.
Parson Brown Cunningham, or Harris, Med.
of it raised by parties having rich, ------- Sweet, Sanfords, St. Michael's Egg Maltese
Oval, Maltese Blood Washington Navel, Tan-
moist land. Any time after Christmas cc arow IS TIIE 'TIME." gerine(Dancy). Grapefruit-Villa Franca, Sicily,
there is a good market for it in any of Lisbon and Polk Lemons. prices $5,oo per 1,000;

the Northern cities, and it brings from Send in your orders this month for Bud Wood Trees and Roses.We 75C per too Gaston Drake, Yalaha, Fla. 9-21-5

I can furnish 75oco Eye buds dormant and next spring budding. Orders booked now for Alabama
$4.50 to $7.50 per barrel, according to delivery in October and November First-class buds and true to name. Standard varieties as fol- STRAWBERRY PLANTS.. The Improved best varieties for

its quality and condition on arrivingat lows: Majorca, Jaffa Ruby Blood Hart's Late, Parson Brown, Tangerine, Homossassa Medit- Southern planting. Clouds, $1.75; Newnans.
erranean :Sweet, :Satsuma and Grape Fruit. Buds well packed and sent to any part of the State for $1.00 f. o. b. First class plants and
the market. 60 cents per 100; $5.00 per i.ooo. 10.000 budded Orange Trees 2 to 4 feet high, budded on sour and packing per guaranteed.IOCO C. H. Churchill, Lawtey,
"In lettuce it is nec- trifuliata, stocks, from i to i%in. at the ground. Buds inserted in the stump at the ground (not in Fla. 8-10-10
planting very the roots)and can be protected by banking this winter.

\ essary to have rich, moist land to Peach, Pear, Plum, Persimmon, Loquat and Fig Trees. Large three year old White Niagara STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Two acres of them.

I make a success of it. A pound of Grape Vines. ROFJ tg. grown and vigorous, Alabama New-
and Clouds. Prices application, accord-
seed 80 cents and worth Fifty varieties of roses budded and on their own roots. The famous Marechal Neil a specialty.Our nans on
l costing $50 ing to quantity. G W. Jennings, Lawtey, Fla
roses have proved to be well adapted to this State. For lull particulars send for descriptive
of good commercial fertilizer, will catalogue and price list. Address '

\ constitute the first cost for an acre. HASTINGS & NA/YL.IE, CITRUS TRIFOLIATA to 15 inches, $20.00
Interlachen, Fla. per f. o. b. boxed. By mail, postpaid,
I The fertilizer should be strewn broad- -- per 100, $3 00 L. W. Kervan, Norwalk, Fla.

: cast and should be harrowed in well. I 9-14-6
same as for beets, by cutting four slits .- JI'ORD" COL UMN.RA FOR SALE. Nice two-story residence, orange
The seed time in the
are any two nice cottages, office and out build-
I in the side of the barrels each about
fall after the rainy season. We generally : .-Twenty words, name and address, ings. Address "Bottom Price," Eustis, Florida.
two inches wide and probably sixteen one week,25 cents; three weeks 50 cents Noth- IQ-5-
plant from October i to December .
I long. We ship our crop in half-bart. ing taken for less than 25 cents. BEFORE ordering Alabama Newnans write C.
I i, making about three plantings ref baskets that are specially devisedfor Advertisements for this column MUST be pre- Lawtey, Fla. He sends out
i at even intervals, so that we can paid. the best $1.00 per 1000.
lettuce. These be obtained
: have good lettuce at all times during can Send no stamps larger than two cents. WANTED. An agent in every township to
anywhere in the State and make a Cyclone Corn Sheller. Address
the season which runs from just after Initials and figures count as one word. Fla. tt
Farmer and Fruit Grower, Jacksonville,
neat package. Bear in mind thatit "
very -- -
the holidays to about April 15. BROWN LUGHORNS. Fine nine i Ij OR SALE. Two Leon county farms, 480 acres
makes a difference of $i per pack- old. One dollar each delivered at and 390 acres. Excellent for stock raising and
"In preparing the land, after scat- age if they are put up nice. Express office, Orlando. W.E. Hudson, Orlando tobacco growing. W. B. Clarkson,Jacksonville,

tering the fertilizer, it should be plowed "The varieties which we find sell Fla. it -Fla.-- .- 8-24-tf
nPHE WALDO and JEWEL Peaches were originated i- for October delivery now
about three times then throw the soil BUDWOOD-Orders
; the best in the market the Creoleor *
are < by me. My stock is genuine. A full orders for spring use
in beds about, eight feet wide, rakingthe white cabbage. These generally line of deciduous fruits for Florida; also CaUey Ten per cent with order, balance when buds are
Guavas and Magnolias. To any one purchasing ordered shipped. King and Pineapple. $15 per
of these off smooth with
top a gar- about twice much $10 worth of trees, I will give free
bring as as any my a sure rem- 1,000; Parson Brown and Maltese Straight (early)
den rake, and marking off rows about other We realize about edy for the root knot. T. K. Goabey, Waldo 810 per 1,000; Magnum Bonum,Jaffa Tangerine,
variety. $2.25 Fla. 10-19-3 St. Michael Blood, $7 per 1,000; Walters, Josse-
one foot apart on the beds, each row barrel An will lyn"Fessenden" Triumph, "Motts" Aurantium
per net. acre yield SALE CHEAP. box sides clear
being about one-halt: inch deep. Plant FOR heads and Bangor manilla, Pomelo, $10 per 1,000; Marsh's Seedless, |2o per
from A orange wraps,
$600 to $1,000 net. man 1,000, also several varieties of June budded trees,
the seed in these rows about one foot Gainesville realized last and colors. Invoiced at $2,500.00. Will sell the and 60,000 sour seedlings, four years old, whichwe
near year lot very very cheap or will sell any quantity de- .
will bud for future delivery. Write for prices.No
apart. After the plants are up aboutan sired. Parties in need of box material, now is
$1,400 net to the acre. white fly in this section. J W. & F. D.
inch and a half, thin them out to "We advise parties not having rich, your Leesburg chance, Fla.to save money., Address E. H.10-19-4 Mote, Waite, Magnolia Nurseries, Belleview, Fla.'9-214.

one in a hill. This will leave about moist land raise let-
not to attempt to ORANGE and LEMON "EYE-BUDS" and Alabama Newnan Strawberry
44,000 plants to the acre, which, if nice will not make ." For Orange and Lemon "Eye- 200,000 plants Admitted by all who
as they a successof "
Buds and Scions, enquire of A. & D. C. Two-
J. have seen them to be the best Strawberry Plantsin
properly worked with good soil will
Letter in Florida Cit good, Riverside, California.
it.-Tampa 10-19-4 the place. Price $1.25 per 1000, f. o. b. B.
yield from 400 to 500 barrels to the izen. IN FLORIDA-For Sale or Rent-A cottage of Padgett, Lawtey, Fla. 8-i7-tf

acre. ---. .-- rooms, furnished. Desirable, healthful, NURSERY TREES AND BUDWOOD
location, near station church, school tore. Address CITRUS
Parson Brown. Stark's Seedless,
"After the plants have been thinned Taking off Sweet Potato Vines.
Mrs Barlow. Huntington, Fla. 9-21-3 Jaffa, Tangerine King Tardiff, Grape Fruit,
keep the ground well stirred betweenthe As potato digging: is near at hand PLANT STRAWBERRIES. 100,000 Alabama Villa Franca Lemons and other varieties,
$1.00 per 1000. 25,000 Clouds at such as Nonpareil, Majorca, St. Michael,
plants with narrow hoes, and weed the following may be of interest to $1.50 per 1000. Good plants and packing guar- Malta Blood and Centennial. Address, A. L.

often, say once in every ten days, be- some of the readers of "Texas Farm anteed. R. H. Smith, Lawtey. Fla. 10123DURMANT Duncan, Manager, Milwaukee Groves and Nur-
series Dunedin Fla. 8.17-tf
BUDS to order on fine stocks at low
cause this has much to do with the and Ranch.
prices. Many choice varieties of Citrus deal 'on wire netting. Prices cut in
quality and price of the lettuce. Take a pole six inches in diameterat Fruits. Save money by placing your order now ANEW. We pay freight. Write for our latest

"A top dressing of nitrate of sodais the big end, and sixteen to eighteenfeet for entown future, Fla.delivery. _Phrenix._ Nurseries, Braid-10 12-4 price-list. E. W Amsden. Ormond. Fla. 7-i-tf I II I

highly beneficial. This is put on long dress off smooth four feet --- ----- ---'-- --- ----- 150 000 STOCK CITRUS TREES FOR
; BUDWOOD. Jaffa, Hart's Tardiff, Centennial, SALE. Grape Fruit Seedlings,
about the time the plant begins to head, from big end begin with gradual slopeto Bonum, Old Vini. MediterraneanSweet Sour Orange, Sweet Orange and Rough Lemon
Maltese Blood,Maltese Oval,Homosassa,
Seedlings, 65,000 Seed bed Grape Fruit Scions:
scattered on top of the ground betweenthe the end, having a blunt round Majorca, Nonpariel, Washington Navel, Sanford with a large stock of all Standard Varieties of

rows (sometimes we hoe in) in point, which will slide along just under Navel at $6 per 1000, 75 cents per 100. Also budded Orange Lemon and Limes, now grow-
Dancy Tangerine, Satsuma, Amory's Blood,
ing for this fall and winter planting. The Lakeland -
quantities ranging between 100 and the surface of the ground deep DuRoi Blood, Pierce's Ruby, Royal. Improved, Nurseries, C. M. Marsh, Prop., Lakeland,

500 pounds to the acre, one hundred enough to gather all the vines; fasten I and Mammoth, Lamb Imported Shaddock Sicily Grape and Fruits Genoa, and Lemonsat Eureka Polk County, Fla. 8310.

pounds in some instances increasingthe a heavy chain around the pole, just so $7.50 per 1000; $1.00 per 100 delivered Buds BEST GRASS for Lawns and Permanent Pas-
guaranteed free from white fly and true to name, in good pine and hammock land. Louisiana -
yield fifty barrels to the acre. Thisis the point of the pole will be about and from bearing trees. w. K. Trimble, Braid, Grass (Paspalum platycaule). Roots 25 .

put on to make the lettuce head under the doubletree. One man entown, Manatee Co., Fla. 10-12-4 cents pel 100 by mail. $1.25 per barrel. W. H. -
Powers, Lawtey. Fla.
solid, and does not cost more than $50 drives, another takes the small end of I HAVE some fine Cornish Indian Game pure
bred cocks 6 months old $2.50 each. Send at fTILGHMAN'S CONDITION POWDERS will
per ton. the pole. When a load is gathered, once. T. H. Sligh Lady Lake, Fla. 10-12-3 make stock eat and grow fat. Given as a

"In about three months from the the driver takes the chain in one hand, BRONZE Turkeys, Indian Games Black Lang.;; : age drench by mail to stock 35 cents.that will W.not G. Tilghman eat. Sample, Palatka pack

and backs his team while the is Pekin Ducks. Eggs in season. A Fla. 6-29-20
seed the plants mature, and we cut pole few quarts of McNeil Peas at $i.oo per quart, 50 f
them. The work is done in the cool pulled out and placed a little to one cents a pint, postpaid. Mrs. W. H. Mann, IRRIGATED GROVE. 100 acres, to years set
Mannville Fla. in other fruit trees
10-12-12 ; 50
of the evening, if possible. In cut- side of the pile, ready for another For sale at a sacrifice. Address "F," The Palms,
load the load be drawn wher- SEE our prices on improved varieties of Pomelo Lane Park, Lake County, Fla. 4 2i-9m
or can
ting leave about one inch of the stem this column. J. W. &F. D. Waite.
desired when full. In the absence ANY ONE who has been benefited by the
ever IF
on the head as this keeps it fresh and SALE for cashtime trade
FOR or ,orange groves!, of Dr William's Pink Pills! will write to
makes it carry a great deal better. of a pole, a 4 by 4 pine scant- Fla. and timber lands. E. RUMLEY, Keuka, THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER, they will re-
3-n-i6t ceive information that will be of much value and
"In packing, be sure to have the ling, properly dressed, tapering to,a interest to them.

heads perfectly dry. This is essentialto convenient size at the small end, is just 300 f 000 Newnans.Strawberry Good Plants.strong Alabama, rooted

get them to the markets in good the thing, and will last for years if plants.1054WANTED.$1.25 f. o. b, R, Puddy,Lawtey, Fla. COTTON fertilizer SEED AND for all crops CORN.than There Upland is Cot-no

kept in the dry. The heavier the ton Seed. None cheaper. We solicit orders for
order. Take the head and draw the
An energetic tenant, experienced i cotton seed in carload lots. Also for corn in any
leaves up around the top of the head, vines the better the pole will work, farming including cotton Must quantity Maya& Partridge, Monticello, Florida
but it is bunch be married. Good farm, abundant house room, 10-5-4
n yams.Farmand
and them in around the g; -
pack rows etc. A. W.Biddle, Lawtey, Fla 9-28-3 --
barrel with their down and be Ranch. T O MAKE HENS LAY-There is nothing likeBowiter's
tops CABBAGE PLANTS. Henderson's Succession, Animal Meal. 40 tons sold in Flor-
sure to pack them very tight. From in existence, $3 per i.ooo. 35 cents ida last year. Hundreds testimonials. For
Cattle astray because the fencesare per iop. Maurice. Clavel, Wauchula, DeSoto particulars, write E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla
heads will in full bar- Fla.
35 to 100 go a county, 9-14-7 1013teWANTED

rel, 80 being about the average, and not kept up. People go astray FOR TWENTY DAYS I will sell Strawberry Land suitable for dairy and truck

we find that,, the medium-sized solids because the laws are not better en- at cut rates. As good as the best. October part cultivated, with good house
forced. is the month for planting. W. H, Powers, preferred. Healthy locality, good water necessary. -
heads sell best. Ventilate the Lawtey, Fla. Dr. Walker, Millwood, Manitoba. 10-5-3,

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SAVANNAH LINETO The Clyde Steamship Co.


48 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and

hours between Savannah and Boston.-
65 to 70
The of this Line
magnificent Steamships>s are appointed

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

\ From New York. From Jacksonville,
O JVI. SORREI:4.: : Manager.I (Pier 29, n. R.) STEAMER Florida.
Wednesday, 2sthat3pm."StMINOLE..Tuesday. Oct 1st, at lyopm:
Friday 27th, at i: p m......:...CHEROKEE" ...... ...Thursday, 3rd at 4:00: a m
Tuesday, Oct. Ist, at 3 p m .....,....."IROQUOIS"...... ........Sunday, 6th, at s: oarn
Friday, 4th, at 3 p m ........ "ALGONQUIN". .. .....Thursday loth, at Syoam:
:Monday, 7th,at 3 pm. .........."SE nNOLE".. .........Sunday, I3th at 12.00 n'n
Wednesday, 9th, at 3 pm ........."CHEROKEE"........ Tuesday, isth at xyopm:
Friday, c. 11th, at 3 pm ......... "IROQUOIS" ..........Thursday, 17th, at 4:00 am
Tuesday, 15th, at 3 p m ......... "ALGONQUIN".Sunday.II 20th, at goo: a m
I Friday 18th, at 3 p m .......... "SEMINOLE"....... .. Thursday, 24th, at 8:30: am
Monday.II 21st, at 3 pm......... CHEROKEE"............Sunday, 27th at 12500; n'n
Wednesday, 23rd, at 3 p m...... ... ...."IROQUOIS"....... ..Tuesday 29th at i.sopm
Friday, 25th, at 3 p m ........"A1.GONQUIN".Thursday. 31St, at irsopm:
Tuesday, 29th, at 3 pm ......... "SEMINOIyE".... .......Sunday, Nov. 3rd, at 4:30: am


Philadelphia, Charleston and Jacksonville Line.For .

'pa..a.ae Ra.1e. I the present and until further notice, Steamer "YEMASSEE" is intended to

Between Jacksonville and New York: First-class $25.00; Intermediate, $19.00; Excursion &43.30; sail from PHILADFLPHIA for CHARLESTON, Wednesdays, and from

Steerage,$12.50. CHARLESTON made at
for PHILADELPHIA, Sundays. Close connection
Jacksonville and Boston or Philadelphia: Cabin, $27.00; Intermediate 21.00 Excursion, $47.30 ;
Charleston with and
Florida Jacksonville
for business and from
Steerage $14.21. The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: Clyde to

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. all Florida points. Also, Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia.

(Central or goO Meridian Time.) -

Kansas City.... ........................ ................ .... ..... Tuesday Oct. I, 4.00pm. ST. : : : L
City of Augusta .......................... ........................ .....Friday, Oct. 4, 5,30a.m. j'OIIN'S RIVER LNE .
City of Birmingham) .......-........ ... ............... ...,...... Sunday, Oct, 6, 6.30a.m.
Nacoochee .......... ......... ............... ........................Tuesday, Oct. 8, 7.ooP. m.
Kansas City ... ................ .........................:.........Friday, Oct. 11. n oo a. m.
City of Augusta .. .... ..... .;................ ..... ........ .....Sunday, Oct. 13, i.oop. m. For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
City of. Birmingham'' ..................... .......................... Tuesday, Oct. 15, 3.00p.m. .
Nacoochee ............. .u.. .....s .................. ... ...... ........ Friday, Oct. 18, 5.00 a. m.
Kansas City....... .................... ............ ...... ............ Sunday, Oct. 20, 6.3oa.m. the St. Johns River.
City of Augusta ................ ................ ............ ......Tuesday, Oct. 22, 7.30P. m.
City of Birmingham ...... .......... .... ..... ...... ........... ..Friday, Oct. 25 II.ooa.m.
Nacoocliee .... ................. .;......... ............ .... ........ Sunday,Oct. 27, i.oop. m.
Kansas City................. .......... ...... ................... ....Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2.30p.m. Steamer "EVERGLADE,"


Tallahassee ........................ ........ ................ ...... .Thursday, Oct. 3, 5.00a.m.
Chattahoochee............. .... ... .............. ........ .... ... ... ...Tuesday; Oct. 8, ii.ooa.m. Is appointed to sail from Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00: p. m.,
Gate City........ ........................ .... ........... ..... ........ Sunday, Oct. 13 I.oop.m: and returning leave Sanford Mondays, and Thursdays at 5 a. m.
Tallahassee ................................... ... .. ........... Thursday, Oct. 17 4.?oP. m.
Chattahoochee................. .... .......... ...................... Tuesday, Oct. 22, 8.303.
Gate City. ..".......... .. ..............:.. ................... ........Sunday, Oct, 27, i.oop. m.
Tallahassee .... ... "'! .................. ............ ............ .....Thurday, Oct 31, 3.30p.m. General Passenger and Ticket Office: 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville

A. J. COLE Passenger Agent 5 Bowling Green New York.M. .
(These Ships do NOT Carry Passengers.) If. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager, 5 Bow ing Green New York.D. .
CltyofMacon......0.. ........ .... .... ............................ Wednesday, Oct. 9, 8.30 a, m. D. C. MINK. General Freight Agent. 12 i'o. Delaware avenue Philadelphia, Pa..
City of Macon .'....:................,....... ...... ........ ........ ...Saturday, Oct. 19 6.00 p. m, THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York.
City of lllacon ......................................... ....... ......Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2.30P. m. F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida : Passenger Agent, 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, PU.
JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent,foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville Fla.
J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville. Fla.
WM. P. CIiTDE & CO. Gen'l Agents
Connect at Savannah with Central Railroad of Georgia, Savannah Florida & Western Railway, ,
Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad. 12 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. l 5 Bowling Green, New York.W. .
Through Bills leading, Tickets and Baggage Checks to all points North and East. See your
nearest ticket agent or write for Freight or Passage to
I I J. P. BECKWITH, G. F. & P. Agent, New Pier 35 N. R., New York.
New Pier No.35 North River J.New York. City Exchange Building, Savannah, Ga.
RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Lewis' Wharf Boston
W. I,.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street, Philadelphia. WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO.
w. H. RHETT, Gen'l Agt. C. R. R., 317 Broadway, New York.J. ,
D. IIASHAGEN, Eastern Agent Sav., Fla. &; Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway N. Y.
T. I,. ADAMS, Gen'l East. Agt. F. C. & P. R. R., A. DeW. SAMPSON, General: Agent,
353 Broadway New York. 306 Washington St., Boston.W. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
J. FARREIvt, Soliciting Agent. W. E. ARNOLD Gen. Trav. Pass. Agt.,
WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agent, ,
New Office, 224 West Bay Street, Jacksonville.

We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeds. A Comple Stock of


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Published in this territory every Thursday since February 2ist, 1887, this publication is recog- .
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