Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00353
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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 26, 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: UF00055765:00353
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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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s. Powers, Publisher Proprietor JACKSONVILLE] FLORIDA, OCTOBER, 26, 1895. Whole, No.. 1394; Pol. I.E-:. 43

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Before buying your.Nursery Stock,investigate and know what you;>> ate getting.. Know that
you are buying, i ,of.a Grower;>> ,and not,a second! or third,hand dealer.
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G. l L. TABER are the..most'Extensivein the State and offer all Home Grown, Stock. Peaches. Plums, Pears, .
Japan Persimmons,;Grapes,Pigs,' Mulberries!' ,.Apricots. ",Almond8'Satsuma- :' : and other Oranges and
Lemons on both

Glen St. Mary;'Florida.. ,Over 75 varieties of Roses alt field grown and.Bodded and Grafted. Ornamental Trees. Shrubs,'etc

'. ..!. "N0;$ETTEfp: Hga.lHlirftPga: HONE,I..sI;" LARGE.Itwlllpay .
0ver 300 .Varieties of Fruit Trees.andQrnhien1aIs,: : those intending ut OrchardSto.1t;; Nursery-MidLBacperimental. ''Grounds. .*,t.'.;.
: b.. tnfonbaihm wanted *'-- *" .
.. .Write lor Catatogue. and. any. r "'., ,
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THE ONLY WAY' .TO GET-- } WHAT YOU- WANT. ATTENTION: ,! .._ .'. h . ... ,.

Headquarters for Pear Trees. Satsuma ;OF'enpes'o7i: .Trlfollata..1 Celestial Fif/s< ; ;f'. POSTPAID.Safe .
I am able to,supply you with Orange and'Lemon .
One Year Trees. now full of Fruit. Everbearing-Mnlbijrrie's*' _- t *J'' the. Pigs and "bud wood of standard varieties, such. ,as. .. .Arrival. .. and Satisfaction. Guaranteed.
Chickens. Elberja'Peaele, Trees toy,tfie't;;Thousand. UAJtT'8 TAJtDIFF, .
t *.*Y i J K'" MAJORCA?, V A RI I ET I ES: Homosassa,Jaffa, Dancy
Send for Interesting Catalogue. *. i .* J i- '' '* KUBY. Tangerine. Hart's Tardiff. (or.Valencia Late),St. .
j. HE' 'OiteARriiSAXJ; Prop., 11LEDITEIiRANEAYMALTA ,, Med._ _,Sweet,,Mandarin! Ot=anges! ..
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MONTICELLO, FLA. JJiOQJ I Guarantee Absolutely no Red, White, Yel-
6 ST. MICHAEL, low or Purple Scale on Buds sent.
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t.r'{ k PALM s sV NURSERIES. DANCY CHINA'TANGERINE MANDARIN, Etc., Tne true Lisbon Lemon. Villa Franca, Eureka -
or Royal ;Belair Premium, Everbear-.
At.the, following- j prices;. ing and. Imported. Sicily, Lemons.-- .
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&, -- .:..L- ------ .-- 1000 $5 00 3000 $12.00 6000 $20. O.
f> t I ;, ; A few Pomelo Buds, $1 per 100, Others,

o\ 'uJ i We are Offering an Exceedingly Large and Varied Assortment -j CASH WITH ORDER. $4.50 l 820 per per,lOOO-ftlO 7,000., CASH per WITH 3,000,

.... 5 of Trees and Plants. same In Lemons.prices.'I Lisbon,Villa'Franca' ,,Eureka.. ,at_ OKDKK.: :
% y J. .. Buds delivered without further cost to you and Please send P. Ov Money Orders or Draft -

iii._. w,0 Orange, 'Lemon; Lime Pomelo, Perch, Plum, Grape Olive Dewberry, guaranteed to 'arrive in fine order. Orders on New York only. References Given, .
Raspberry, Tropical Fruits, Brasses, Bamboos, Palms, Orchids, Ferns, Cactus, Economic Plants booked now for June delivery. Address,
, (like Camphor, Cinnamon, Tea, etc., etc.) in hundreds and tl ousands of plants all well grown and C.,8. BURGESS, CITRUS TREES, OLIVES PALMS AND
in. perfect condition. Send for Illustrated* Catalogue, ';.vIth ,special list of Citrus for the season. I Riverside: Nurseries, DECIDUOUS TREES',, FOR SALE.
UEASONE& BROS., Oiieco, Fla. Riverside, Cal. Address:

I Manatee River Region. Reference.-Orange Growers' Bank,Riverside. I I. H. CAMMACK,
Cal. Florida reference given wanted..

GENUINE BERMUDA ONIONS. [ Cut this out for Whittier Reference., California.]
Our stock of this popular variety is now ready for delivery. Be ware of spurious ,

Italian and\California stock sold by northern houses at $2 to $2.50 per pound. AT, REASONABLE. PRICES FREIGHT PAID

OUR SEED ARE GENUINE.; Genuine Bermuda Onion Seed 'Pearl, Ber-
muda, White Silver SkiD, :Yellow Danvers,''and FRUIT CULTURE||| a Success at
e Top or Perennial I the South.and
Both. Varieties. White, and Red, Packet 5 cents; i oz. 15 cents; 1 oz. 25 cents; New Crop of Refugee. Beans. ,$4. per bushel. .Catalogue retail FREE.nurseries.Whole-NO
? sale and
1 lb. -
} lb. 85 cents, ; $3.00 post paid. I
,KC. O. HA.S'I'rNX & OO. S"EDSlUEN.Interlachen Finest Strains of Cabbage; Florida tested.A B. W. STONE & CO.,
full line of all'seeds. 'THOMASVI LLE. OAt
Florida. Florida auf fi Georgia Seed Rye and Oats. ; -- --

Catalogue free on application._ WINTER FLOWERING BULBS. .


1 L. CAMERON Seedsman, Incubator.

FRUIT I TREES Specially Adapted to Florida.Oriental i ,Jacksonville' Fla. lotto Dtwpte operation.;.,Thousand Per/del Guaranteed Self-Stgv to luooeu-

I CHOICE. FRUITS AND (,FLOWERS FOR ...batch a peroantaga of
Pears, Japan Plums on Marianna Stocks Japan Persimmons Giant Loquat. Strawberry SOUTHERN PLANTING; fertile eggs at lei*poet than
Plantf. Grape Vines, ''etc. Rare Coniferae, Broad Leaved Jverireens. Camelias. 50,000 Palms, i iio MT prL other J flni-clM Hatcher. Lowest
,ooo and Cinnamon trees,Roses. The GrvenhuuHe Pepartim-nt is the largest and Pears a specialty. Trlfoliata OrangeStocks.. Olronlret Send 6oNrCetlogne made.: >'OEO.< U. BTAI1 Hatcher.
most compete in the Southern States. We grow everything in trees and plants suited to South- ,1ice' I Prices !.ow.-Ust'F'ree.. SUMMIT NURSERIES e 'I11ne. 11..8>&.t61NQet.erCl1.w .
ern horticulture. Catalogue free. Address P. J. BERCKMANS, Augusta Ga. No Agents. Monticello, Fla.




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I I 674 dt" ,,' _. ,L. 'l'1t1C 'PLolttl1A 1 FABMER:$ AND ,FRUIT-GROWER. OCTOBER' 2fj,

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., State AgridilitilFal Collei! &: -..r.y t ..ra 1 THE "DAISY"" PLOW.

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MONDAY, SEPT., 30, 1895.. ,
An and
", Implement That Every Gardener Strawberry

FULl regular courses, Agricultural, Mechanical ..
,Latin-Scientific, Women's,equiv it\!! -
studies and honor.. Graduates
alent in length
of Latin-Scientific course receive degree of A. B.; Shortest Quickest Most Attra tivO.rTE jI y. ,
I of other courses,degree of B. S. .. .. .'. ... of'.
A one year's Business Course giving thorough -

I j instruction: in n_Commercial_1. -rr___:__LawArithmetic.' : : .71':; ,,, : .,- ,: :;; ,: n
Penmanship and ,
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A year's course in Stenography, TypeWriting BETWEEN i.;",t"S ,
1 and Telegraphy, fitting students for business. FLORIDA POINTS AND THE NORTH -<
Graduates of these courses receive certificates of TUB '? ,
proficiency. .,
A course' in 'Piano Music has been added Florida Central 'and Peninsular t '. .
under an associate of the Toronto Conservatoryof '. '' .,
Music, giving best facilities to students of the + .::.: ;J.,'" IJ. :
Piano, at a reasonable charge. NEW :THROUGH ROUTES. ,.,,.,l( .;. '
Military Instruction under a graduate of: New York to Jacksonville by \ ,:<'::k i :
.; ;West Point. The young men are under Military New Florida Pennsylvania R. B. to Wash- '. \! "f
Discipline similar I to West Point, The and ington Southern Railway to
r'j College physician-attends all students without Northern 1 Columbia, Florida Central & .".. ". ', ". ,-r'r.";: "-r,
Lake City is one of the healthiest places -' I :OJ!;' ..
i charge. ,I Air Line.. Peninsular to all principal 'JI''ii'i': .M
i eleven in America. there High has Pine not Land.been Pure a death Water.at' the In points in Florida. ,- If r' ... ))}??i.?';
years ,
.. Cincinnati to Jacksonville by.Cincinnati > :' -.-
All courses are'open to women. Stu-' ,
College. "
dents not prepared for the Freshman class can Queen & Crescent t '
"' r: and Southern K'y to Ever- ;'
enter the Preparatory Department. '
To all students from Florida tuition is Free in Florida}ette, Florida Central & Penin- ; "
I :all departments except Piano Music. Music ..imited. sular to all Important Florida i JThe : "
,I students pay a reasonable charge. Students points. i '
; from other States pay$20 a year tuition, music Kansas; Kansas City Fort Scott & > ..
extra. Young men board in the Mess Hall at$to City Memphis B.it.to Kansas nJJi'W ..'
with families in and i Southern R'' .. 4l '
a month. Young women board JacksonvilleThro'jiUne }to Birmingham, 'y '.. .,
town at$10 to$15 a month. College year begins to Everette, Fla. Central :& "I' .,
September 30. 1895. Peninsular to all Fla. points. '" .f\c, ,).'Jo"
For catalogues address Louis to Jacksonville by ,
Short Line to Du "
III I,'' O. CLUTE, PRESIDENT, Holly Sp'gg 1St. Central to Holly Quoin,,. best Tool for ,intensive culture ; s wes ,the expenses of a .horse ; '
I, LAKE CITY., FLA. Route. City, Memphis & Birmingham ..
'J J to Birmingham,Sou. does the work just how and where you want it done. ,
"" B'y to Everette and F. C.:& P. ,.. .
JackIllolly ----- ----- -----
UNIVERSITY sonville Stoux CJty, Ill.& Chicago Cent. to to
i JOHN B. STETSON Sp'gs}Bp'gs K. 0. M. & B. to Holly BirminghamBou. Thousands of acres of Truck and Strawberries are cultivated entirely by hand.

Route.New .. B'y to Ever- This little plow has been perfected with special reference to Florida use and

1 ,DELANO, FLORIDA.For ette and the F. C. & P. with the assistance and suggestions of Florida growers.
i Lbuis'ille & Nash'ille to River
both sexes College,. Normal,, School, Orleans Junction. F. C. &' P. only '
0' 4 cademy, Art School and Conservatory.of Music, Toroute with through sleepers I -
",*,"*\.* An institution of first rank. Faculty of twenty Jacksonville between New Orleans and .
.. Four Points and Wrench Go With Each flow 2
i x teachers.steam,lighted Seven by electricity.elegant buildings Hot and, heated cold water by Jacksonville. -- j a .,, I Ir

'F. baths. Thoroughly equipped gymnasium. De- The F. C. & P. has 700 miles of track in r '
partment of Physical Culture, with Military Drill Florida running through the 0;'"

for youngmen. Library of 6opo volumes. Reading Tobacco JteawnSfStock Given with this paper to new subscribers for one year for $5.00 f. o. b. at our
'l'' room with all leading periodicals and daily Farming and Dairy Section,
'; and weekly papers. ;Thoroughly: equippedchemical < Peach,and Strawberry Lands,
and physical laboratories. Separate Orange, Banana and Pineapple Country, Storeroom.FARMER FRUIT GROWER
buildings for Music and Art Schools, with artists Phosphate Belt. : aijid. '
;! of established reputation in charge. Opens Has the Silver Spring and : .
) October 2. Send for catalogue giving full information Other fine Scenery. t\_ J'ACKSONVILLE, FLA.

,. to The Great Hunting Country. .
: JOHN F. FORBES Beaches the Noted fishing Ground '
'I' President. Has the best lands for tillage, greatest variety I N. B. Special low rates given for Pony, Clipper and Hammock Plows in con.

i of soils In the State,and above all nection with the paper. Write us for terms. .

Runs over the Central RIdgeland 4 I
Where It Is High and Healthy.
"T lorida Prosperous towns fill its route and it offers : .
the best freight facilities for any produce to I SHY ?
,andOranges s the Northern markets. Send for the popular ,
; with its spirited words and beautiful music Go on "Niggering the Corn off the Cob, ;Blistering your lands" and

descriptive of an actual Florida Home, and Wearing the Skin off? Buy a"CYCLONE" '
jResorts which is gotten up in elegant style-Six pages
of full sized best music paper,containing alsoa
: I picture of a home in Florida and a hunting
nvestments : ,.. scene. It is mailed on receipt of 10 cents (in SHELLER.SEVERAL .
to of distribution.
stamps, pay expense )
Send also for the best map of Florida (sen REASONS WHY YOU
free. )and note the towns on Its route.A.O.MAODONELLG.PA.
Developments t, (': SHOULD HAVE ONE.
Jacksonville, Fla.

[ Attractions :':., The Fla. Cent. -'& Peninsular R. R. 8 ,' It Is fully warranted-against breaking or get-

Address, 4 '
> ting out of order by any rair usage.
Offers to a
G. D. ACKERLY, Shippers It takes less power to do the same amount of
The Shortest and Quickest Route iM work than any other machine of Its size ever

I'' THE TROPICALTRUNK LINE, BETWEEN' i? ,- u Ip There Is no time lost after you are through
FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN shelling by picking the cobs out of the shelled
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA, THE EAST WEST. k w corn, as the machine takes the 1 corn all off the
r AND cob drops the corn in the box or basket, takes
r With Improved Ventilated Cars, this com- p'p'; ij; .. the cob on around nnd throws It off at the back.

handle Is better equipped than ever ever to By a little practice with it you can easily shell
the Orange and Vegetable Crops, and oue bushel of ears in about minutes or less.
Leave insure close connections and prompt despatchto The sheller is small but it will f do the work of .
all Easteru and'Western Markets.
a larger machine.
Doubtful Seeds'alone.. The best many
are easy to get, and cost no I Through oars to destination with V -- The spring can be adjusted to any tension re-
more. Ask.your dealer for out change or delay. i quired and can be loosened when not i in use, thus
Perishable freight followed by wire and avoiding any chance of its giving out.

FERRY'SAlways shippers advised time passing various Junc- A sheller wrench accompanies every machine.
tion points and arrival at destination., pII'lil i ,
r All claims for overcharges and loss
adjusted.. prompt- The manufacturer of this machine is rated in the Commercial Agencies aj. $125,000 and is
SEEDS personally known to the Editor to be a responsible man. The
See that your goods are markedvia

I the bent. Known F. C. & P. R. R. CYCLONE CORN SHELLER '
everywhere. Ferry' Seed For information call on or address the undersigned -
Annual fur J1)5 tells you : Is not a worthless claptrap affair,but has genuine merit. "i 1;
what,...how. and when to plant.' 0. E. TA YJ..OR.J"Trav.. A'gt. Ocala,Fla. Retail price $3.00. Given with the paper one year for $4.00 or as a premium for three new
Sent "ree.. Get It AddressD. W. B. TUCKER, Gen.A'f't: Orlando, Fla. subscribers at $2.00 each. Address all orders to f"

M. FERRY& CO.,. Q. M. HOLDEN, Trav. !gt{ Leesburg Fla '
Detroit, Mich. W. B. FULLER, Trav.A'g.t, Tampa, Fla. FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER, ,.
Or N. S. PENN NGTON, Traffic Manager, :
Jacksonville,Fla. Ja.0:1: 8oX1y:111e"F'1a.: .;, :"- "
W, II. PLEASANTS, General Freight Agt

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Practical Suggestions o as to Bank- wood over winter by burying it in the I had been axed down were mostly of a I I work in live, healthy wood. A borerin

Ing. I ground. He let it stay on the trees brown color at the stem or near the a peach, mulberry umbrella tree,
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: : as long as it would answer then cut stump and the tops looked vigorous, I though, I think will work until you

Yours of October loth to hand, and it and buried it deep enough to keep it but many of these sprouts died. and dig him out or get after him with small

we thank you, not only for the offer moist and plump. This prevented it afterwards threw out more healthy wire.One
of paper, but for the suggestion, whichwe from starting in the spring before he shoots, which are now from six to ten man in Leon county who has
will act on. was ready for it, and enabled him 'to feet high and from one inch and a half one hundred acres in pear trees talks

We had, of course read about, and set buds almost as early as he could to two inches in diameter at the butt. I of fattening hogs on them I think

even thought of adopting the plan of grafts. Now, if budwood can be kept I have left all: sprouts to grow, and he had,better build a big evaporatorand
earthing around our trees, but never: fresh underground, it seems as if dor- tied them in a bunch. It is the won- dry his pears, merely feeding the
thought it quite practical, as our soil mant buds could be where they are well der of the neighborhood, as my neigh- refuse to the hogs. There is no ques-

.is so loose and dry, till you endorsedit I knit before being covered. Of course, bors have only a sprout here and there tion in my mind that one can make ....
personally, which has more weight it is necessary to provide good drain- from the roots. more evaporating pears than one can
'with us than any of the contributed age, so that water shall not stand On the other half, where I left the at the North evaporating apples.
articles published. around the buds. old trees standing, the growth seems LeConte pears have few seeds and of
We find it difficult to get the sandto 2. Mr. Dudley W. Adams has for almost as: good. The sprouts seemed consequence take less fertilizer to

stay at any height around the trees; years made a practice of insertingbark more healthy and of a better color at "make" them Then, too, labor is
that is, to build up a foot is compara' grafts or sprig buds, as he did the start than on those that had been cheaper here and fuel cheaper than

tively easy, while six inches more last spring, and he covers them up cut down, for which I could not account in the North. Lumber to make the '
with earth and it that the shock of the is and I think
takes a very much 'larger mound. completely packs except axe evaporator cheaper
Is t tying up with paper an in- solid. This remains over them some- in their critical condition..might be the evaporated pears would sell for as

tirely broken reed ? Of course in a times until the grafts begin to grow. cause. The shoots are as numerous good a price. I hope to see sev-
freeze like last year it did little or no and are taller, and have interlaced eral here make a fair trial at evap-
Let Us Bank.
good; we had a few trees so protectedlast Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower. through the old branches, and are in orating sweet potatoes too. We want
winter, which for a time were the freeze last winter was most cases as tall as the original tree; to know if they will not make a good
quite green beneath the paper, but the second severe one in sixtyoneyears I. but the shoots are more spindling, not article of diet for use all the year
eventually they died down. and it is not believed by astrono- as large at the' butt and body, as on round. To my mind the evaporatoris
But in case of a heavy white frost ,that will have another for those that were cut down. '. one of the best appliances of civilization -
mers we ,
that would kill off small and tender I shall bank my trees, as usual, about M. CHESEBRO.
time it is wise
perhaps, as long a yet
trees, especially near the ground, we and prudent to prepare for the worse December i, and if we do not have as Plummers, ,Fla.Fighting ..
have found it, and still think it a and for the best. Those who severe a winter as last, I expect to +
have some fruit to sell next the White,Fly.
benefit. Doubtless would year.E.
great you bud their sprouts should bud them in
BELL. Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:
advise preparing for more than a
or as near the ground as possible, then,
Biloxi Miss. The following are rambling com-
heavy frost this winter. ,
in the event of another fatal visitation
Lake County Fla. 'hn ..1.u'uu"1,. "", ,,,, ; kin; a few .-.-. ments on the two articles forwardedto
I! We suggest'stiff pasteboard tubes uy inv"' UU"A.oVU1" ice g, Notes on Oranges and Pears. me. I am making it a special pointto
spades of sand thrown around each -
up Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: meet the growers in various sectionsto
used for
such as are mailing pictures.We
would them from another
made tree protect Neighbor L.planted his orange grovein talk to them on the subiect of
are informed.that they are up win-
serious like the. of last
blight one '
watermelons this and now has orange diseases. Wherever the growers -
to six inches in diameter and cost only We realize the of this
about hundred. They ter. importance the ground ready for a crop of cabbage.I desire to have us do so, we shall
could be 75'cents slit on per one side, quickly tied I precaution that the all the more when we the reflect don't think he works it right. Cul- always try to meet with them and discuss -
oranges grown on tivation and fertilizing,, so late in the these matters.
around the trees and filled with soil: in
: peninsula are season will make the orange sprouts The formula for the resin compound
would last
They certainly one season;
used for every particular to those grown else- grow so fast that a slight freeze will which is given in the article is correctso
more as they are
perhaps ,
in North Central SouthAmerica.
where or 'bad I don't far but it would
them set-back. proportions
To matterswe give a ? as go, ,
banking celery. expedite
This is fact well known
box a like to cultivate after August, becauseI of course, be better to give the direc.
have written today to a
paper visited all the
who have
by don't like a late growth. Then, too, tions for preparing the wash more
maker of New York and by next
sections of the world.
I orange growing where the ground in the grove has not carefully. I give below the formula
week we hope to be able to give more F. W.
Eustis Fla. J.
which I have been
particulars. been cultivated for several months recommending,
. '4,tt>> Effects of Banking. there is a lot of grass and weeds to be with the directions for its preparation :
Banking of Dormant Buds. Editor Farmer and I'ruit-Grower: got handily to put around the trees Resin, o pounds; sal soda (crystalline),
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: Your favor to hand asking for in- for winter protection. It is all very 4 pounds; water to make, 5 gallons.
I should like to ask through the formation in regard to the effect of the well to talk of' banking ,with earth, Place the resin and sal soda in a com-

,columns of your paper what will be earth banking on my orange trees. I but forty or fifty sprouts from three to paratively large kettle, with one quartof
the effect of banking with earth on' had about one thousand sour stocks eight feet high:are not so easily cov- water. Boil, meanwhile stirring
dormant buds.: Many thousands will budded with the beet varieties, princi-- ered with earth to their tops. briskly until the resin and sal soda

be put in this fall and protected by pally Brazilian, which I considered the Where there is no grass or weeds to are thoroughly melted together and

banking. Will they come out all right, hardiest and most prolific. But few supplement the earthen embankment, form a frothy mixture without lumps.
or decay when the weather turns of these were banked. Being on sour I would use pine brush, or other forest Now add four gallons of water, pour-

warmer in the spring? stock, I thought they were hardy brush. It takes very little, in many ing it in rather slowly, :with short inter-
Some who claimed to have tried it enough to stand any winter; but the cases, to save a young orange tree or vals between to avoid chilling the mix-

say they will decay; others, that they few that were covered, and those cov- sprout. I noticed after the freeze of ture too suddenly. When all of the

will not. Who can say positively from ered above the bud, are all right.I 1870 a small orange tree was saved in .! four gallons of water is added, bring
experience? also had one thousand seedlingtrees Squire B.'s grove by having a chicken- the mixture to a boil, and while still

Mr. A. H. Manville is instanced as seventeen years old; all of these coop near it. Another one was saved hot, pour out into a measuring keg,
having banked a considerable number were banked. Many of them' came by being in the lee of( a chinquapintree and add sufficient water to make five

of trees near here one winter and lost out well in the spring, some away up which, of course, at that time, gallons. This, if correctly made, forms
them. Perhaps he will give us the in the, top branches. Most of these was leafless.I a thick, syrupy solution of a dark-
benefit of his knowledge.' Also let us died back and the growth on the others see now where I missed it in not brown translucent. color, which may

. hear from others as there may bave looked sickly, so I cut all back to cutting my stumps low enough. It be preserved as a stock solution. For
been exceptional causes in his case. where the earth had been banked. has taken some of them a good whileto use, dilute 'in the proportion of onepart

C. S. GOWEN. =I feel sure that, with the,simple pro- make a start and these sprouts that of the stock solution to seven

Crescent City, Fla. tection of the earth banking, if the have started in September and Octo- parts water.If .
In reference to the above we will winter had not been so exceptionallysevere ber will be quite tender this winter the wash is desired for immediateuse

state two facts which have a bearing' I would have saved all of my and hard to save from a freeze. To the materials, after boiling and
on the questions asked. We hope trees. As the case now stands, of the be sure, if they freeze down this win- while still hot, may be poured directlyinto

Mr. Manville and others will also one thousand seedlings, I cut about ter, they will come again next spring,, the spray-tank 'and diluted with
contribute to the clearing-up of this half down to about two inches below but we dont want to lose so much cold water up to forty gallons. The

important matter. where the earth had covered ; the time. resin compound, when diluted readyfor

i. Mr. Marcus Smith, a well-known other half I left standing, so as to see Some have been alarmed about the application, forms'a dirty brownish-
nurseryman 'of Daytona, used to- which would do best. The sprouts borers in the dead wood of the stumps I' white mixture. .
perhaps does yet-keep his bud- i that came out at first on those that but I believe no borer can or will This spray has not been so thor- \



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oughly tried that its effectiveness is be- these are, with a growth of only one of the tree, 'vastly more destructivethan after the freeze, namely, to cut.. :the
yond question, but I have considerable 'year, it might produce more growth were the red spider and white fly trees off at the roots, uncover, the same,
: evidence indicating that it will be -than. bloom. to Florida groves. giving, them sunlight and air, so that
as effective as the resin wash. It is For fruit, of course, bone and pot Mr. Borland is impressed with the the sour sap, which, was certain to go
much cheaper and is as easily pre- ash, are needed. They should be ap- fact that the hard, ,dry soil of the Pa- into the ground, if not prevented,
pared, consequently it will be the plied in November to give the best cific coast is largely the cause of the would not injure or poison the roots.
most satisfactory remedy if further results in .fruitage.We I loot rot and ,black scale on the trees, The result: was all ,that Dr., Montgomery -
'" use demonstrates that it is equally ef- hope our readers,who have had and the disease will be difficult to erad claimed, as the shoots immediately
: fective.As experience will give practical information icate, if it ever can be exterminated.In began to grow. and the Doctor's shootsare
to the question, '"Will the white that will be of greater value. Florida it is different, as the soil now twenty feet high, while some
I : fly never be destroyed in Florida? I here is loose and the ground moist, of his neighbors, left their tiees stand
would say that the writer of this evidently Florida and California for Orange'Growing. and with proper and careful treatmentall and many of the trees to this day show
I:; refers to our work on the para. I ravages from the red spider and no signs of life.-Ocala Banner.
sitic fungus of the white fly (Ascher- Among those who have turned their I white fly can be eradicated, as 'Mr. Bor- .... .
I ; sonia! tahitensis). Before( the freeze faces full toward the future and de- land's neighbors testify he succeededin Conditions in the North.
i ; this fungus was found in, many placeswhere cided, to again give the best years of doing so before the freeze, and, in Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower:
i the white fly or mealy-wing had his life to orange growing, is Mr. J. ,B. fact, was the only grower on Orange When I read in the last issue,of
1 i become abundant and was spreading ,Borland of Citra, who last Saturday Lake who had successfully triumphedover your paper reports.from different parts
I i very rapidly. Since the freeze the ,returned from a trip to California I these persistent and destructive of your State, and saw that many
fungus has thus far been found, only whither he went to secure ,buds of the pests.Mr. families had :I left, their groves and
: "' at Myers and Manatee. One of the celebrated, pineapple variety of or-j Borland, is not only enthusiastic North I could but ,wonder if
, come
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*v i T% AO f-Vi VAC" "fv. *r A-V, .rAI I m Ante* i 4r\ : M n .1."A himself in the of
UUUuu.; ; I**OJl 111 V \* plUI.U"3 Y ItU anges: w 1111,11 i.. jjunauu supplied\ growing orangesas they fully'realized what they 'were
this malady in the future will be to the California, growers several years ] a great and profitable industry, but coming to, and I would like to ,say
discover artificial means to disseminate ago. Including the 7,000 buds of I'advises all who have groves not to desert to others who are anticipating sucha
this fungus. A bulletin now in the pineapple variety, he also secured them, and urges young men to change hoping to better their finan-:
the hands of the printer will give' the several thousand of the renowned I embark in the business, stick to it per- cial condition, that: it will be wise to
J, results of the experimental work in ,Hart's Tardiff and famous King or- sistently and methodically and a sure make sure of a position or a business
this, line up to the present time. ange. reward will be theirs. He knows of opening before, breaking up ,the
; H. J. WEBBER, Mr; Borland made his visit to the no other business in the State that Florida home or incuring the expenseof
; Asst. Phys. and Path. Pacific coast and the orange belt of will bring as satisfactorv returns as a household move. While the,
Sub. Laboratory, Eustis, Fla. California ,not only to secure orange orange growing if judiciously man outlook in the North may possibly
--..... buds, but to inspect the groves, ,their aged. He speaks from experience.Mr. be improving in some places, it is\certainly -
Guava Queries. condition, the diseases to which ,they Borland came to Citra twenty not generally noticeable; manyof
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: were subject and the nature of the1 years ago a young man full of ambi-- those who have employment are
Some dead stumps a dozen feet high soil, and with the impressions thus tion and determination, but poor in i sanguine and,think there is plenty of
f stand out; around their bases are tent gained make ,comparison with Florida -I purse. He has made a fortune out.of work for' those who want. it and will
i 1 It or fifty sprouts. 'They bloom in May, in which he- has had twenty years t orange growing, and if life is spared look for it, and men, have been led
or are supposed so to do. How many experience in growing the fruit. him will accumulate another at the by their advice to make unwise moves
It stalks shall I leave for the most fruit'? His conclusions are, without prejudice same business.Mr. and meet with disappointment.' I
'I How feed them for the best results, to the gre t State of California, Borland anticipates ,supplying have known good, competent, men to
f Ii: say in January ? And what shall IIi with its various industries, marvelous neighbors next season with all the search for months for work and have
Ii:' then give them-nitrate 'of soda, cottonseed productions of fruits, grains, grasses, ,buds they desire from his fine varieties heard some- -pitiful l stories of dis
4y I: : meal, bone, potash, tobacco- minerals and unsurpassed scenery, I i and they can rest assured, he let couragement.It .
I:' stems, or what ? If nitrate is so quick ,that while there, are many fine groves I no, precaution pass to free the buds he is my fortune to be closely asso-
ill, to act, is it not soon over ? How soon to be seen there, he i is satisfied in his I secured in California (from any *symptoms ciated with some who are in a posi--
t is for a second lot, or is something else own mind that when it comes to the II I of disease, putting them througha tion to know much ol business condi-'
t better ? I wish the most fruit'; don'tthat growing of the golden fruit Florida, disinfecting and cleansing process tions in a large territory, and' it is as-
;' mean the largest bush ? The in climate, soil and production has no that removed every vestige of taint. serted that many men in mercantile:
1 F': pocket-book isn't fat. What shall I peer in the United States. Mr.' Borland, who was in Ocala circles are-making no money owingto
|1!', dp ? PUZZLED. With this conviction thoroughly im- Monday, in speaking of his trip. and close competition on every side,
!, Experienced guava-grdwers vill confer pressed on his mind, he has securedthe the methods he employed in takingcare and the poverty: of the people. Frost
':'i j a favor on our correspondent by finest and most desirable of orange of his grove prior to and since and' other destructive agencies have
!| expressing their views. Meantime we buds, and advises his neighbors to do I the freeze, incidentally remarked that brought discouragement to farmers .in
!''s';' will remind him of certain general the same, for of all things Florida or- the preparation made by Dr. Mont, many sections, and when they are
:\- principles. Nitrate of soda is, as he ange growers must do to reap the"best affected every one feels it. Never
:''J, suggests, quick to act and quick to returns, in growing oranges is to be cer--r ; before have I known so many persons
*J pass away. Sulphate of ammonia is tain to rehabilitate their groves with "spider and the fly, which infestedthe to. practice close economy as I I
r*, equally efficacious as a fertilizer, andI the most desirable varieties. 'I trees composing the Citra Grove have known in the past year. ,Never
i;I less evanescent; hence, for ,trees, Common oranges are not wanted, Company of 150 acres, and any personcan have I known a time when so manyof
:1 j which are slower in action'than' plants, and Florida should not ship a box of accomplish the same results in both ,sexes and of all ages ,were
I:. !I it is preferable to the nitrate. The them. Mr. Borland found that most I j infested, groves, with proper and persistent trying to do something to, make a
action of either is specially to make of the orange groves of California are application ,of the wash. living as are now. Hardly a day
g ; growth, foliage, and, in the case oft seedlings, and after coming to maturity -I He also ,mentioned the fact of Dr. passes that we are not importuned to
matured trees or plants, bloom. In are attacked with the 'fpot rot and Montgomery's theory which he had, buy something, and often we receive,
the case of very young shoots,' such as black scale, which to the vigor and )life ;rand( which he practiced immediately calls from several agents or pedlersl


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in one day. With the great mass it is cluded that to derive the full benefitof Mr. McKinney has a large peach These calculations do not allow for
: a continual struggle to keep up appear- the climate he would have to remain orchard, and the trees grow finely and cost of gathering and packing, on
ance and conceal the actual conditionof and with the view of having produce abundant crops, and he re-,, which it is difficult to place an esti-
finances. To be sure there ,are something to do, he bought bout ceives a handsome sum for what he:' mate, as most of it is done by boys
prosperous men, but they are in the eight hundred acres of pine lands and has to sell. His annual crop from his and girls living on the plantations.The .
small minority, as those who are commenced the task of making him a farm, roughly estimated, is about 650 large profits will induce an in-
blessed, or perhaps cursed by pros- home and farm. bushels of corn, '30 to' 50 barrels syrup, creased acreage, but if the present
perity always have been. He is At the present time he has cleared 500 bushels of sweet potatoes, several prices were cut half in two, or even
wise who looks at the situation with and fenced about thirty acres of the bales of cotton, and many other thingsfor divided by four, they would still be
sufficient optimism to prevent dis land, planted a peach orchard of sev- home use. Add to these things larger than those obtained by the grainor
couragement while he is enough ofa eral hundred trees, also an orange from 125 to 175 hogs' and '20: or 30 tobacco growers in the Northern
pessimist to be thorough in his in- grove and other fruits, all of which are I steers he has to sell, and they will States.In .
vestigation and cautious in his moves. doing well, and the peach trees prom- make up a large return for the farm. addition to the fruits, we saw at
Severe frosts, ice and snow have ise a full crop the coming season. The Mr. McKinney has no land to sell, each of those places large fields of corn
made their appearance in different land being a heavy sandy loam un and says he proposes to live right which will yield from twenty to forty
parts of the North, and we have a derlaid with clay, seems to be particularly along in the same 'way ,until his grand bushels per acre; ribbon cane plactus
long winter before us in which to carryin suited to the growth of the peach children' are able to take his place, from which the Florida syrup is made,
coal l and carry out ashes, while we and pear. Col. Dorrance has built which I trust will be many years its quality creating a large sale for it
empty our pocketbooks to pay for him a good two story house and suita-' hence.I 'throughout the country; upland rice,
! fuel, warm clothing and vegetables ble outbuildings, and has a fine well' have not tried to ,go into the minutiae .. for,roughness for stock, yielding from
that'can be grown but a short time in of water ''at his door. He has also of Mr. McKinny's farming, butit 'fifty to,sixty bushels of grain, and from

the year. 1 am very well acquaintedwith fenced in three hundred acres of the i is. worth while. to go. and. see. for. two.to three tons of straw; sorghum,.forstock .
a family who, as they have used woodland, for a pasture for his stock, one's self--, and any 'one ,who thinks' teed; chufas, for hog feed, which
milk bitter with rag-weed on account : and his cattle do finely,and he knows there are no good farm lands in' will fatten from three to four hogs per
of dry weather and consequent poor where they are, which is an improvement Florida, nor farmers who know howto acre; sweet potatoes, and all other gar-
\ pasturage, and have paid twenty- on an open range.. He has alsoa run a farm, have only to call upon den products in the greatest abund-
j 'eight cents per'pound for butter; have flock of Angora goats that are 'doing Mr. McKinny to learn their"error.: ance.. Truly West Florida is a land of
looked with a feeling ,akin to home- well. I learned from Dr. Ambrose that happiness and plenty. .
sickness towards Hastings, St. Johns Col. Dorrance has not only made: along the Santa Fe river, both in A Kentuckian, with two years' experience -
county, with her inexhaustible sup- himself a comfortable home ''but is on Alachua and Baker counties, are numerous in that section, said : "Tell
ply'''of artesian water and inexpensive, i a'quick' road to ,the full recovery' of good farms and 'a large all who know me 'that they are mak-
method of irrigation, and visions ol( his health. The Colonel was very amount of unimproved land that can ing a great mistake in not coming to
delicious Jersey milk and cream,, kind to us and showed us over the be bought by settlers both of the West Florida; say to those who are
poultry, fresh eggs, fruits and vegeta- farm and gave us all information: State and from private parties. Back renters that they can never be any-
bles of all kinds mingled with roses,. needed. He has shown, in the most) from the river is a large extent,of low thing else by renting high-priced lands,
carnations and numerous other floral creditable way, what can be done in pine land and cypress'bays which, to, and to those who own small farms
'beauties in warm sunshine and delightful the piney woods in less than two: gether makes,'the ,best kind of a cattle they can come here with cash enoughto
l breezes.If years. and hog range, so that a settler could make a fortune in a few years. I
orange groves have left for a:' From here we rode to the farm of not only get a good farm, but have a can make more money Here in fruits,
few years Florida's climate will remain Mr. C. McKinney, near'the' Santa Fe; fine stock range at his command. 'in raising cattle and hogsand fattening -
as of old, for the most part per- river, on bottom land. Mr. McKinney The country for many miles is per- them, than the most experienced
fection.,, Every year sees northern; is ,a native of Baker county, about fectly healthy and has an 'abundance breeders and farmers are doing in any
capital drifting southward. Already' twelve miles from his present residence of good water. I do not see how 'a Northern' State; if they will come and
some of our cities feel the loss of 'and moved to where he now: settler who is not ,afraid of work, examine the country they will realize
southern, trade, which now remains at! lives about fifteen years ago. At that! could fail to do well by making .his the truth of my assertions., "
home. Why may not Florida confi-, time''he had very little capital, but by home in this section. Both Dr. Am Any country offering the large
dently '''expect more prosperous days?' industry and good judgment. has been' brose and Mr. McKinny told me they margin of profits such as an investigation -
:But what does it really matter whether able to buy and' pay for one hundred would be pleased to give all information will show can be made in West
we have much or little of this world's and sixty acres of land, fence the whole in their power to any one mean. Florida, will soon attract the atten-
goods so long as our'' dear ones are tract, and put under high state of cuVtivation ing business. t R. I tion of those endeavoring to lay up a
spared: to us in health and we can be-' one hundred acres, build a Jacksonville, Fla. competency as against old age. Ti e
lieve that all things can 'be ,made to nice two-story house and a fine set of improved climatic conditions will
work together for our good-even a farm buildings, and the fence around West. Florida's Orchards and more than recompense the loss of
series.of Florida freezes. his' home and yards would do creditto Vineyards.The social advantages, which will be improved -
MARY A. TAYLOR. a first-class city residence.Mr. shipping season being fully on, as the country fills up.-Industrial

Delaware,.O., Oct. 10, 1895. McKinney's farm is of heavy we, determined to verify by personal American.
.. .- .. sandy loam, underlaid with clay and inspection the profits being earned by .
'Some Florida Farms. marl; and ,will produce twenty bushelsof the grape and peach growers around Where Pears Did Best.
Editor Farmer and'Fruit' Grower: corn without fertilizing, but does Chipley, Fla. In our limited time,
the Galves'on and
I was called last week to Waldo better than that under his excellent we could only visit the Chanlee, the th coast valueless marshes
and Melrose, and while there had management. His system of farmingis Danley, and the Scott, Gilman & Co. Houston, e'formerly the where-

several long rides with my friend Dr. to plant sixty or more acres of corn, fruit, farms. The growth of both,vine surrounding cattle starved amidst bayous,rank innutritious -
Geo. ''H. Ambrose, who acted as my and at the same time, or a little later, and tree was surprising. At these gaunt 'Alvin is the
mentor and guide ,about the 'country. he plants pindars in the same rows places we were shown young vines center of the grasses most flourishing'' fruit
During these rides he told me so much between the corn, and sometimes adds and trees only two years old last
It much of
district of the State. owes
farms and all together. Then spring, which were laden with the
about the good productivesoil peas; cultivating its prosperity to the vim and judgmentof
on the Santa Fe river that I ,remained when the corn is gathered he turns his highest quality of marketable fruit. who has
Mr. H. M. Stringfellow
over one.day longer than I intended hogs in the field, and they eat up the The clusters, as compared 'to those of made specialty I of LeConte,
a ,
upon ''his promise that he pindars, vines .and nuts, and grow fat the most favored grape regions'' around and as the land is drained and pears culti-
would take me to a sample farm or upon them, and are sent to market the; great lakes in the' North, numberng vated malarial fevers are banished.
two. from time to time. The hogs harvest ''from ten to'forty to the'vine, and
The land is now sold at high pri es.-
''He called for me at the Waldo their own food, and at the same time the fruit is ''netting the growers five Texas Stockman.
which the is well- the mellow 'and improve the cents per pound.
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kept by a very pleasant and attentive soil, and the hogs add their quota to The peach trees exceeded anything
hostess who makes the house well the general result. Mr. McKinneysays we 'had ever seen. They ''were loaded i The Spring tips its hat 'to the pre'ssof
worthy of a larger patronage by not that under this treatment his farms with all the fruit they could 'mature, Florida and wishes one and all a
only the business man, but by seekersof : constantly improving. He also keeps which' in many cases caused the very pleasant good morning, and may
health and pleasure. As soon as about one hundred head of cattle, and branches to touch the ground. Trees each and every editor' in the State at
market only 'two old last May were an early date be able to chronicle the
breakfast was over, with a good team has quite a number to send to years
we' started''' for the residence Colonel each year. He uses the cattle to tow- yielding about three pecks, or one same good luck to his town'as has
Dorrance, about five miles from Wale pen such parts of his farm as he wants and one half crates to the tree, 'and just come to the lot of Green Cove,
do'in the heart of a large area of virgin for sugarcane, sweet and 'Irish potatoes were netting the growers about $175 Spring in getting a very fine colony.
pine woods: : Col. Dorrance came to ; 'and other vegetables, and conse- per acre, while the trees from four to There is a new'era dawning in Florida,
Florida from Brooklyn, Iowa, about quently raises large crops of all these six years old were netting almost<; and Green Cove Spring is proud of
two years ago for his health, and con- things and has fertilizers' to buy. three times as much. its' lead in it.Green Cove Spring.

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Tobacco. etable organic matter in the soil. gen- The, observations of these gentlemen potash 12.14, lime 45.90; and on this
/.:: .erating much nitrogen, the darker will were confined to Middle and he states the ingredients in a manure
be the leaf. This difficulty maybe obviated West Florida, largely to the oak and necessary replace 100 pounds of to-
Tobacco-Soils and Seeds. however, by free use of low hickory uplands; and there,the soil.of bacco leaf ash.among which are carbonate -
Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower. grade potash (double manure salts) or a hammock, especially a low! ham- I of potash 31 pounds, carbonate
Will you kindly inform me throughthe sulphate of potash and magnesia. A mock, is often more sandy than the I,of lime 60 pounds. I
columns of your valuable paper light gray sandy hammock or up-land clay upland or the high hammock. But these are comparatively old for-
what are the best soils suitable for the pine, or blackjack scrub, with yellow Hence their observations must be mulas-and must be accepted with cau-
growing of tobacco in Florida. Also subsoil of sand or sandy clay, is best taken with a grain of sand, so to tion, because the fashion in cigar to-
what variety or varieties of seed are for light colored .wrapp rs. The best speak. bacco has greatly changed in the last
the most profitable to plant, and any land for filler tobacco is sandy soil' John F. Dunn, John Gamble and few years. I
other information that might be use- with ferruginous clay subsoil about others used to raise what the markets ,
ful to one not accustomed to raising one foot or less below." then pronounced a very superior INFLUENCE WEATHER
.* .this crop, and greatly oblige. OTHER TESTIMONY. grade of tobacco in the rich hammock The novice,. should be prepared for
:. Yours very truly, and mulatto soils about Macintosh, the adverse influence of 'weather con-
E. H. MOTE. Simmond,in "Commercial Productsof Marion county, which sometimes net-; ditions upon his crop of tobacco: as
Leesburg, Fla. the Vegetable Kingdom," says: ted them $300 an acre. But that was' upon all other crops. An excess of
As the question of,suitable soils is "The kind of soil suitable for tobaccois in the forties and early fifties when rain makes a coarse, rank growth.
a much mooted one, especially with evidently very varied, and practical the old Florida Broad Leaf was in Thus the Gadsden county crop'in the
reference to the influence of lime, we planters are said to pay more regardto vogue, whose leaves would often cut year 1892 was pronounced practical
will quote first from Mr. F. B. the mechanical condition than to ten or twelve cigar wrappers each; and failure and the crop of 1893 yielded
Moodie, President of the Florida To- the chemical condition of the soil. such gross, rank tobacco is now discredited extremely few desirable wrappers and
bacco. Growers' Association. Thus there appears to be a consensusof for fine cigars.INFLUENCE had to be sold on a filler basis; that is,
:* opinion that heavy clay land is unsuitable for a much lower price. The growersof
i. SOIL. and that free, well-drained OF LIME. the old Florida broad leaf used to
"The different varieties and typesof soils are best. The conclusions that Speaking from an abundant expe- regulate the thinness and texture of
tobacco require different soils, cli- Schlossing drew from; various experi-- rience in Kentucky, which aboundsin their leaves by, the suckers. If the
mates and environments. Plug to- ments to ascertain the kind of soils limestone, Mr. F. B. Moodie says: plants were inclined to grow too coarse
bacco may be grown successfully any best suited to produce fine tobacco "The different limestones which (they allowed them to sucker freely,
where, regardless of climate or soil, were these: 'He found that a bad chance to be on the surface, giving which withdrew a part of their sap
fertility and uniform seasons being the burning tobacco was produced in a their mineral quality to the soil, act and toned down their coarseness.
only prerequisites, as qualities of com- soil containing little potash, on unma- very difierently on the quality of the VARIETIES.All .
bustion, aroma and texture are not essential nured'soil, on soil manured with flesh, leaf. "The now far-
to plug tobacco. Silicious or humus, with calcium chloride, magnesium : famed White Burley absolutely refuses modern writers, and practicalmen
sandy soils always yield finer textures chloride, and potassium chlo- to put on the pearly white unless as well, have practically settled!
and colors, as shown in the Virginia ride.' A good burning tobacco was fed on this honey.combed lime- down on the Cuba varieties as beingthe
and North Carolina "Gold Leaf." produed on a soil manured with potas- stone soil (the lower Silurian)." best and most profitable for Flor-
Calcareous and ferruginous elements sium carbonate, with saltpetre, and Mr. Moodie objects to the presence ida. Again we quote from Mr.
always give greater weight and bodyto with potassium sulphate." of limestone on the surface, but not, Moodie:
the leaf. Red and brown argilla- Messrs. Kretchmar and Corry, two as we understand it, in the subsoil, for "The best variety of seed only
ceous soils universally carry more or experts who prepared ,a report for tobacco culture. It is noteworthy that should be planted, for there are as
less iron-oxide, which gives not only! President H. R. Duval of the F. C. the best tobacco soils'seem to be on I !many varieties of tobacco as there areof
body and weight, but elasticity also and P. railroad, said, "We have the west side of the peninsula, whichare roses or grasses. No variety of
to the leaf, and in cigar leaf for fill- found tobacco growing on quite a va- more often based on a' limestone plug leaf is desirable for the Florida
ing, such soils are not; objectionable, riety of soil, but mainly on sandy loam' subsoil than are the soils on the east tobacco grower. Cigar leaf is worth
as the quality of combustion is not with a red. clay sub-soil eight to ten side of the peninsula.Lime more than double the plug, or chew
materially lessened thereby, unless inched!>> deep; again on sandy loam enters largely into the com- ing varieties, and as far as known at
the soil is also impregnated with with sandy sub-soil, and in some .instances position of the leaf, but the percentage present only the best Cuban varietiesare
lime." on newly cleared bottom or varies widely according to the soil to be recommended, of which the
So if a fine, silky wrapper leaf 'is hammock land, which seemed to be ingredients. Thus Simmond gives, celebrated Vuelta Abajo is mostly
wanted, select light sandy loam soil. very rich and required no fertilizing.The potash 29.08 and lime 27.67 in the ash preferred; but the imported seed of
The heavier and darker and Denser crops seemed to flourish and do of tobacco' leaves grown on argilla- this variety is not to be relied on for
the soil, the heavier, coarser and well on all these soils, but it appearsto ceous soil, while those grown on calcareous as profitable a crop as the second year'sseed
darker the leaf will be. Light colorsare us that the tobacco grown on.the soil had potash 10.37, lime as it will be too diminutive the
now fashionable and pay TOO percent hammock lands is of 'the best char. 39.53 Professor James F. W. John- first, but plant the seed for the com
more than darker shades of same acter, while its growth is more luxu ston, the author of "Agricultural ing year's crop, and the next, for three
qualities otherwise.: An excess of veg. riant. Chemistry," gives an analysis with years from the first. It is said that

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this variety deteriorates after the third ...

year, while it is said of some other Apiary.Edited POPULAR POULTRY: FARM:

Cuban varieties that, they improve by
reproduction in Florida ad infinitum, by A. F. BROWN, A PO P KA, F, LO R I DA.

San Mateo, Fla. II.
while still other varieties are only -

good in Florida the first year. The To whom department all communications should be relating sent. to this .,. TMIOROUGHBIZBD, .r :'

Ma'Nicaragua is also a very desirable
Cuban variety, preferred by many to APICULTURAL ITEMS-NO. 4.
Good General Purpose Fowl. Best Table Fowl known.
the Vuelta Abajo, as it has many ex-

cellent qualities for wrapper and filler Successful Oare and Harvesting of BLACK MINORCAS.

uniform color, fine flavor and tex- Honey.-Continued. .. Greatest layer of large, White Egg
ture and not the least of all, its excel Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower. LANGSHANS.General

: lent behavior in the seed bed and in The successful production of good BLACK .

the field, waiting patiently without paying crops of liquid(extracted)honey purpose Fowl, Best Asiatic for Florida

complaint in time of drought; But, I requires fully as much thought, care FOWLS FOR SALE. mm EGGS IN SEASON.

of the twenty-two varieties, I have and attention to the little details in A few Cockerels at $i 50 and$z 00. Will cost more next month. Buy. now and save 50 per
adopted only' these two Cuban varie- getting strong colonies of bees (for the cents., Fowls shipped at single express rates. One half the usual cost.

ties, both from the Penel del Rio harvest as it does for the production MEAT MEAL, CRYSTAL GRIT, OYSTER SHELL, ETC.

valley, in, .Cuba, the most ,celebrated of comb honey. '
s. s. DeLANOY: : PROP.
The of one'sapiary ,
advantages running
cigar tobacco district in the entire

world. :Either of them is for liquid honey are that when
good I Having other property will sell my Orange and Poultry Farm located on Lake Apopka. 18
enough." the crop is ready for the bees to I Acres, 12 in Grove. Good building, stock implements etc. Bargain price. Terms easy;,or will
there is of exchange for well located property. Write '
gather, more assurance success -
i in securing it, harvesting, and
The tobacco plant is very accom- placing it upon the market in better

modating; it rapidly adapts itself to shape and 'at less risk of loss than ENTERPRISE

changed conditions of soil, and cli- with comb

'mate, thus becoming acclimated, so to The production honey. of liquid, honey, ( BONE, SHELL,

speak. The valley of Connecticut especially: the new hands and to the MILLS

produces a leaf which is large, thin man who ,cannot give his 'full atten- and CORN

and silky, and which, though deficientin tion to the bees' during the honey
For farmers'poultrymen, etc. Will grind everything-almost. ,Capacity -
flavor, is so superior for
flow, will prove far the most profitable 1 r \\i bushels corn per hour. Best general Mill you can' buy. Soon
that it is sent even to Cuba for that and with fully fifty per cent more Price AT. sn. pays for itself. May be.had with single or double pulleys for power..
; In the the 9 At all hardware and general stores. Send for Catalogue that tells about it and
use. attempts to improve ,assurance of ,success than with comb |other things that you want and need. ENTERPRISE MFG.CO.,3d&;Dauphin Sts.,Phlla.
flavor of the Connecticut leaf seeds . ..
honey.On ." -. .- .--
from Cuba and other localities have the other hand, the comb honeyis -
been tried there but it is found that
; the most profitable to the specialist, sured that there is ample left below and the extracting should be done

in a very few seasons the tobacco, from to the man who can raise it, as the for the needs of the bees. from the top one.

/whateVersource the seeds are obtained, prices are fully double, pound for In the eight-frame hives, they will When colonies are run. for liquid

becomes similar to that which has long pound, and the ratio of yield is only probably be short of stores celow and honey leave the supers of surplus
been raised there. It has also been
about fifty per cent in favor of ex- will require from two to four combsof combs on the hives the year round; it

found that when Connecticut' valley tracted (liquid) honey honey left' in the super at the last is the best and the safest place for

seeds are; sown' in' other localities theplants'in I mention these points that,all may extracting to make up for this short- ,them, and they ''are always ready at

two prtthree generations like fully understand and not go blindly.In age. The extracting of. 'the honey any moment for any unexpected flow
"giye.'a4"product almost precisely for all colonies be commenced until
running liquid honey should not the of surplus honey; though, as I have
that peculiar to the locality both weak and in combs well filled and least half
strong, gather 'are at heretofore mentioned, the bulk of the
Hence Cuba tobacco, in its strict their whereas 'to three-fourths of the sealedor
proportion to strength, honey surplus crop comes during a few weeks
character, can never be raised in Flor- for comb honey only the strong colonies as is commonly termed capped. and ,thus to' secure it one should
ida. Hence also the and loss
those brought up to a certain You cannot expect'to' get a good know when to expect a flow, and

in,attempting to grow plug, or chew- strength, give anything like satisfactory quality of honey, thick in body and then keep a close watch ,over ,their
ing, tobacco i in this State, which does This will be when in in
yields. plain good keeping qualities, any colonies, getting their honey off, and
not naturally produce that variety. one realizes that it takes just about so other way than by allowing the beesto more room given as fast as the bees

Virginia tobacco is, the strongest kind, much heat in a hive and a strong force'of thoroughly ripen it in the hives. require it.

not fit,for cigars, but for chewing and bees to secrete and work wax and There are live, practical men who ,

for pipesand snuff. Maryland tobacco build combs rapidly, for' i it must be "throw" their honey out while yet in You cannot expect 200 to 300
pounds (and these yields are frequent)
is'paler and weaker,'used for pipes; remembered the bulk of our surplus its thin raw nectar stage, and dependon
from having only room
Kentucky is intermediate between honey is harvested in a period of three, artificial means 'to reduce it to the
within their hive :for or 60 poundsand
these while Florida, i is 50
two becoming
; four weeks intervals but this takes
to at one or more correct consistency; ex- room
no more supplied. Makeit
known to the trade as a fine cigar va
the and much
during year. pensive evaporators care,
a rule always 1'9 look and examine
riety.We Weak colonies ,cannot and will not' and then frequently the product is colonies-:
few of
your strong
shall publish timely articles on and all with that reduced and
secrete wax to any advantage, poor compared
weeks least monthsout
two at ten
the culture and curing of tobacco as such weak colonies should be run for ripened by the bees within the hive.It every
of the and ,the
; year; during honey
the advances.
season '
liquid honey supplying them with generally requires from a weekto
..... flow, and every week examine every
A this full sets of drawn-out combs. ten days for the bees to ripen up colony and supply them with the
prominent countyis For liquid as for comb honey, you, the honeyafter, it is gathered. The either
authority for the statement that nota necessary room by adding moreor
should endeavor to have all strong rapidity depending good deal l on the their and
boll-worm has taking away honey returning -
single caterpillar or
colonies before the harvest opens. extent of the flow, amount ,of mois- the combs.
been in Leon empty Promptand
seen county this'year.He Each colony should be supplied with ture in the air and whether or not close attention this is of
attributes this to the severity of to one
extra sets of drawn comb, or, if theseare the field bees are more numerous the vital the of
the winter. The unusual cold most points to success
past not at hand full frames of comb than the house bees. All honey
business for it is
with the immense our a very common
coupled corn crop foundation should be, supplied. In when first capped is by. no means for colonies in
and does not thing to bring eight to
cotton at eight
either case it is advisable to place a completely ripened, for the ripening twelve of thin nectar1'
have much of pounds raw
seem to proved so a
zinc queen-excluding honey-board be- continues for some time after
process and I have colo-
disaster after all.-Floridian. during a day, seen
the lower brood section of the is first sealed. And '
tween or honey again nies bring much more than these

Bartow Hamilton is marketing large the hive and the super or upper story, the deeper the cells (thicker the figures, which would represent in

quantities of fine figswhich have grown to confine the queen to the lower set combs) the longer it takes' to ripen actual honey one half to threequartersthe
of combs in the of bees the The safest rule. is not to
to maturity since the freeze. He has production honey. amounts. Thus it can be easilyseen
and have the brood scattered all until the combs well
not extract are.pretty
about five acres in fig''trees..-Bartow what a cost and loss there may
Courier-Informant. through the hive interfering with the filled and sealed, but be sure that be in a' few days of idleness during a,

rapid harvesting of the surplus honey your colonies always have ample store heavy flow just merely from lack of

Mr. W. S. Garvey is to have a above. room and never let them get crampedor store room.

steam irrigating plant put in on his I advise extracting only from the crowded for this room. For colo- Again, when the hive is full and

truck farm down the river, for the upper story, and in the ten-frame nies in ten-frame hives, one super will crowded the bees are almost sure to

purpose of irrigating ten acres of vege. hive one can usually take all the usually be enough, but those in eight

tables this\ season,Tropical News. honey stored, in the super and be as- frame hives should have two supers [Continued on page 686l ] ,,',



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"" State News.Quite Our Rural Home.Edited ;keep the table linen by itself. No i-I
odor mixes well with the odors of food, SCOTT'S

:except that of fresh flowers of delicate
by ''MINNIE''GILMORE' MILLS. fragrance, and even these are objec- i
a new industry has found its St. Thomas. Fla. 'CARBO-DIGESTIVE '
tionable to .
some people.To
origin in this place. Mr A. P. Hoch-
Contentment Is Great Gain. make a regular pot-pourti powderof
stein of the Jacksonville, Tampa and

Key West freight office, received the "How much the human heart can lavender dried lavender fragrance flowers, take, a one pound poundof of COMPOUND. i

contract for supplying, through a New bear, and ryet' hot break, how much dried rose leaves, half a pound of
" York firm, an order for 60,000 saw the 'flesh can suffer, and not die." crushed orris of
root two ounces
;. .': palmetto leaves, to be forwarded an A correspondent quotes these wordsto crushed cinnamon, and a pound of Positively the one Remedy for the treat- 11
ment of
European manufacturing concern, but me (in a letter concerning a prospective salt. Mix all these ingredients thor-
for what is kept secret. All 'little the woods .
purpose homejn pine ) ;
and I
them in
,oughly pot-pourri
, be known is thatif ,
that is permitted to She goes on, "we know how hollow jar. Cork it tightly and let it stand I
the leaves arrive in reasonably good and unsatisfactory 'society is. We aretplrti1v for' Simple and Aggravated forms of
.....: two weeks. Then uncork it and I
condluon and the transportation: : \Uil.l--.1. : ............ sick:: nf it.. .all... acid, would runaway'irom the I
:.:' ges are not excessive, the; orders, a'tIl J it tomorrow f if we could.I put on the loose pot-pourri cover.'for To Dyspepsia and Palpitation of the Heart I
'perfume room jar tenor
u brief intervals will be continuous.- had and open
I have wide deep experiences twelve minutes day after I
'. Sanford Chronicle. -have 1 lived through much that every
: sweeping, airing and dusting. Does your food sour after eating? Are I
:, Tannic acid extracted from the'foot Would have crushed weaker soul -- ....... .- you easily confused and excited ? Do ,
- of the palmetto is being used in this' than ,mine. I don't care to make I Fruit and Health. you get'up in the morning tired and un-

: State in making leather,'arid with con' money or to get rich. I've been there Science; to-day tells us that we may mouth refreshed, and with a bad taste in the
and know it does'not ?
; siderable success. The following I is live under the most beautiful conditions -
Is there a dull cloudy sensation at-
from the "Sanford Chronicle::" Mr. H At'my little home shall want a horse, : ; we may feast on bread, meat, tended by disagreeable feelings in the :
has become active two cows, some pigs, chickens and head and ''
M. Papworth an eggs rice, cocoa, oatmeal and such eyes ? *
Sanford Company bees; then I shall be satisfied. Are irritable and restless A c
I member of the Tannery like foods for a short time, but unlesswe you
I have noticed that those'who have Does heart and I
thump cause
I while Mr. Joseph Zapf retains take fruits fresh your you ,
or vegetablesFruits -
! the interest before. The working known the joys of wealth (for it is a : to gasp for breath after climbing a' flightof J
same as being the best-we shall get list- stairs?
I i force is being increased, and no joy.and a blessing when properly used) less, with leaden face, etc., until we die Does it distress vou to lie on the left

F shipments of raw ,hides are refused.Mr. are the ones most easily satisfied when in a few months at the longest; and it side?

\ M. Rohrer, the general ,manager, poverty comes; those, who have livedin follows that if we would keep ourselves Have you impaired memory, dimnessof

rjas been giving the business close'attention luxury, find contenment, if they I and our children with clear skin, bright vision, depression? of mind and gloomy
with the necessities of forebodings
;, since his return from New are provided ,
intellects digestion rich-colored
good These that
symptoms mean you are
/", York, on which trip he advantageously life only. No, indeed, 'money does healthy blood and strength for work, suffering from Dyspepsia and Nervous
' of from to $2,000 not bring happiness, nor does the ar- Exhaustion. -
I' disposed $1,500 ,we must regularly take fruit and vege-
tificial glitter of society the tumult There is other extant that
I, worth of hides. table und look them no remedy
and so-called "progress" of city life;' upon as actually has done so much for this class of trou-
Mr. Joseph Leinhart, of Oviedo, this bring peace. Many of us have found more necessary for the support of good bles asSCOTT'S
health than other article of diet.-
has celery for the past any
county, grown more real enjoyment, in communingwith
ten years. He is a practical gardener, nature amid the dim ,recesses of Popular Science.Monthly.. CARBO-DIGESTIVE !

and has made 'special study regarding the "pathless woods," than in years of A Furniture Polish. COMPOUND
the production of this vegetable;, -
life in the glare and senseless blare of
= In conducting his experiments har' A Japanese furniture polish, said ,to
:b" town and city. But true contentment
:ae exceptionally valuable for its If has resisted, the usual
which pur.
discovered a plan of treatment your case
lies in the heart it is not all
fail ; pose, is prepared by mixing well together methods of treatment we are particularly
cannot to produce satisfactory re
women, either in town or country; anxious to have this
I sults. Besides in one pint of linseed oil, one pint yon give compounda
growing celery large
and when the environmentsfail trial.
of strong cold 'tea, the whites of two
quantities he is raising celery plantsfor to please the fastidious eye, We guarantee relief in every case and
and two ounces of spirits of salt.
sale. Persons eggs will cheerfully refund shouldour
purchasing plants when disaster dis- your money
comes,| grow so
When thoroughly combined pour intoa remedy fail to produce the most -
from him will be given his secret for contented and sour-that-well I gratifying
bottle, which must be shaken each results.
the the and
managing growth plants
simply'say a shanty in the wilderness 'time before the polish is used. Makea Please remember that the appellation
the 'blanching process free of charge.He would be the last place, for, them to Patent Medicine does not apply toScott's
I has been induced to do this : pad of soft linen, pour on a fewrop's
on account '
The is
come to. society butterfly not Carbo-Digestive Compound.
of liquid, rub well over the article -
of the business caused
i depression wanted here. Florida would get the to be polished, and finish the 'It is a prescription put up by a leading
j! by last winter's freezes.-Orlando Re-: blame for every hour of her miserablelife. with process physician who has made stomach and
old silk handkerchief
an or
i porter. Women should know well the nervous troubles a specialty for years.
dry chamois skin. The Japanese use We court investigation and earnestlyurge
11 The peninsula and mainland between present situation here, before a stepis their fine paper, both as polisher and all physicians to write us for the
Daytona and Ormond are des made in this direction, and they 'first applier. formula of SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE -

; tined to become a scene of wonderful 1' ''should know themselves also, before > COMPOUND, which we will'mail

beauty. The Halifax Journal mentions" 'they make so great a change. Ribbon Bracelets., on application, that they may satisfy
themselves of its harmless
character and
a the latest enterprise, which was undertaken :- M. G. M. Women of 20-and over-may remember excellent virtues.
II .
by a gentleman of wealth and when a bracelet of black ribbon .
; leisure. He fished, sailed, painted and Lavender Sachets. velvet was' worn about the wrist. Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound

wrote to his heart's content, and when Dried lavender may always be purchased The prettiest ribbon bracelet of to-day Is the most remarkable remedy that

!' his wife, a well-known lady of ability in the markets in the fall. This will be a little over an inch wide, science has produced. It has succeeded

r'':, and genius, came to join him, she also is a plant that throws out its full per heavy white satin ribbon, fastening where all other remedies have failed.

saw in the place, its river and ocean fume in flower, and must collected with one end free on a diamond stud. Sold by druggists everywhere. $1.00
its dunes and for late in'the like I per bottle. Sent to any address in
front picturesquesand drying season sum
To be sure, if the pretty hands are America on receipt of price.
;, dales, the material basis necessary to :'mer savory, and not like most other spoiled with sunburn and tan'you'' can Don't forget that we cheerfully refund

relalize: a fine poetic yet practical idea. 'dried herbs,.just before it blossoms. not wear the satin in white unless your money if.results are not sa; Rfact -

r So, joining with our long-time pioneer The true English lavender bears a pale, : those: hands are of faultless shape. ry. Order direct if your druggist does

\ friend, the homesteader of the tract, drooping blossom, like a miniaturebell. I Little sliding clasps''' set in precious not have it.Address.

tl the three are rapidly creating a marvelof l It is not to be confounded with stones will also serve for the fasteningof all orders to

beauty, progress and enterprise. lavender balm, a common garden herb these ribbon bracelets. CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO.'

They have laid off eight miles of streets, ;of ;no special value. The New York P 4 ;

all of which are to be shelled and [I'ribunetells: how to make sachets, as Rice Receipts. TOPEKA, KAS. ,
For 'sale by J. E. Kirk & Co., Main and For-
\ planted with ornamental trees, where follows : Make little bags of white Some excellent rules for the use of syth streets, Jacksonville.

such are needed. .Ocean ,:Boulevard, linen and embroider them, if you have rice are given in "Good Housekeep .. --

cut straight across from river to sea, "ny'skill with'the'needle, in'pale green 'ing," from which are quoted : 500 BOOKS ETC. FREE.Send .

graded, shelled, lined with two, hun- nd purple, with sprays of the plant. Boiled Rice-Pour a cupful of rice ,

dred stately palmettos of full size, ;Fill these bags with dried lavender into a quart of water, which should be souvenir ten cents of the and Cotton get by States return and mail Interna-a beautiful

transplanted from the mainland, hammocks and tie up the ends with a length of at or near the boiling point, and adda tional Exposition, postage prepaid, and your

and already, sending out,broad? No. i ribbon' in pale purple. half tablespoonful of salt. Ten min. name of Commerce's and address special printed"Mall in the Order Atlanta Directory"that Journal

shining leaves, sides swarded with Lay several such sachets among the utes later stir gently with a fork or will go to exhibitors and hundreds of mail
firms who will send
order books,
Bermuda grass, is now the finest ave- :sheets and pillow-cases of, the linen spoon, then leave undisturbed till it papers, etc., FREE. you, sample

nue on 'the whole peninsula, closet, and among other bedding, but has boiled for an hour. Drain off JOURNAL of COMMERCE Atlanta, Ga.,

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! what water remains, and allow the about four inches of clear fresh water odd and dainty spread is made of cOm- I -- EVERY "FAM i..Vt '.-

vessel to stand uncovered while the upon i it, then let it stand unmolestedfor mon unbleached sheeting, worked all SHOULD' KNOW THAT

! rice dries. Occasionally cover the a few hours. Upon examining it around the edge with fern fronts in

: dish, and shake, the contents energetically at the end of this period, all the delicate green silk. Big square pillows Q
I'' up and down. Turn lightly into starch will be found settled at the bot- ;' accompany this. spread, and these p 1
' a warm earthen dish, when it is ready tom of the vessel, and above this will have covers made from the same ma-

,;I' to serve, and it will be found very at. be a thick layer,of the pulpy part of terial as that employed in the spread.Ventilating .
tractive, all the kernels being whole the root; pour off the water gently and b SS
i and distinct. Dress with butter, sugar, remove this pulpy portion, which will a Room.

cream or milk to taste, singly or in be found to make very nice puddings, Window boards give a simple way
combination. if used at once; it will sour if not to cool or Ventilate a room when thereis

Pudding with Raisins.-Into a dou- cooked immediately; then scrape out no system of 'doing it, or when, as
ble boiler put a half cupful each of the starch and spread on boards to dry; is often .he case, the system does not Iw

rice and raisins, pour over them a tilt the boards slightly, so that all the work. These boards should be as
I quart of fresh milk and add a salt- water left in it will run to the end and long as the window sash and about
spoonful of salt. Allow this to boil can be drained off. It is desirable to I six inches wide. Adjust them to the to TBRNAL a.very remarkable remedy, both for IN.
and EXTERNAL use, and won..
gently for an hour and a half, then dry' the starch as quickly as possible, i window sill along the bottom of the oerful in its quick action to relieve distress.
I add the well-beaten yolks of three when it can be put away for winteruse lower sash and close to it.Vhep the Pain=Killer 'is sure cure for:Sore: .
Tliront. Co lis,
I eggs, a cupful of sugar and vanilla or and is really the tapioca of com- window raised level with the top of Cholera Chills, ,Diarrlicra and all Bowel, Dysentery, Cranii u e (!',

, lemon flavor to the taste. Pour into merce, only not put, up in fancy forms. the board,air will pass in, rise to the Complaints..... "
I ., .. Pa lnaKl.11 erh! .'ng BEST rrm.
;f a pudding dish and bake in a moderate Both this and the PUlPY part, first ceiling, spread: along It, and gradually Sickness; Sick headache> known, 1'nin. for in the oven till firm, then cover with a mentioned, can be used in puddingsby settle down without much Back Side,Jtliciinint isin and >'en raisin.ls .
meringue made from the whites of the the following recipe: Take the pulp draught. This method is imperfectbut PainaKlller BEST unqiiesttonfiMv: IINL11ENT the
eggs, brown lightly in the oven and and arrange in alternate layers with better than opening doors or win- MADE. It brings speedy and permanent relief
: In all cases of Bruises, Cuts, Sprains! ,
set away to'cool. whortleberries, blackberries or sliced dows.Journal of Education. Severe Burns, &c.Pain .
, Rice Snowballs.-Boil the rice till apples, plentifully sweetening the 4..... =Filler trusted is the well friend tried of and the
very tender, and half small cups which. whole; set in the s ove and bake till Poor Housewives. I Mechanic, Farmer, Planter, Sailor, and
In fact all classes
wanting a medicine always at
f. have been dampened on the inside, done; moisten the pudding ,with a pint Naturally it is only a practical,.well- handand safe to use internally or externallywith ..
,; putting in the rice while still very hot: of sweet milk or water. When the informed housekeeper who can train certainty IS RECOMMENDEDBy of relief. "

Set away in a refrigerator or some cold tapioca is dry it will have to be raw recruits, whatever their nationality Physicians by.Nissionarlca'by Minlstert,by
place for at least three hours. Just moistened, first with a few drops of : and here is a good place to say Mechanics,EVERYBODY.by Nurses in Hospitals.BY .

i before the dinner hour turn out the cold water, then stirred into boiling that no woman, rich or poor, in townor ,Pain Jfi11fi* is a Medicine Chest In
mounds upon a platter, cut out the water, when it will cook instantly, and, country, is fit to fill a housekeeper's leave port=without lYJJlC'J h supply iU L"onto.-sind' few, -vessels. -
center of each rice cake and fill it with 'can be poured over a pan of baked position in her own house till,,she understands JUS"t .No family can fiord to be without thisInvaluable .
remedy In the house. Its price bringsIt
som bright, colored jelly, and pour apples, or dish of berries, and served the business in detail. Half within the reach of all)), and it will annuallysave
soft custard about their bases, or sim cold. at least of the woes: of domestic Beware many of times imitntlons.Its cost in Take doctors'. none bills.but the
life and. the. trials of service genuine "PEKRV DAVIS."
ply serve with cream and sugar. This I poor
makes\ an attractive dessert for hot The Inverness Cape. i spring (from the incompetency of the THE GREAT

!. weather, and is very easily prepared. The pattern this week is a stylish house mistress, writes Mary C. Hun- Family Medicine 'of the Age.
Rice Custard Pudding.-Soak a and comfortable cape, convenient for gerford in Lippincotts. "
cupful of cold boiled rice for fifteen general wear. Reversible Scotch From what. silly theory' did the idea Taken Internally, It Cures
minutes in a pint and a half of milk, cheviot! that displays bright tartan on ever come that, it,is sweetly fascinating ,,Sore Cramp Throat, and, Sudden Pain' in Colds"tha'StomaCh

then stir in a, pinch of salt, three eggs the inside of a rich brown surface is I in a young wife to profess complacently Coughs,,&c.:, &c.. ;

well'beaten' t a cupful of sugar, and va- the material here chosen. The cape "Oh, dear, no I know Used'.Externally, It Cures
nilla flavor to the taste. When well illustrates one of the newest modes' in nothing in the world about cooking or Cuts, Bruises Burns, Scalds, Sprains, .
mixed pour into a pudding dish, grate top garments, and is practical l as well housekeeping ?" Cherry lips 'and Toothache,. ,Pain in the. ,Face; Neuralgia -
over the and bake in a as stylish. The loose fitting back dimples! blind one to the smallness of Rheumatism, F..rost ,Feet. "
nutmeg top, .
.. .. .. .. .
: :
and fronts fall in the three- M"rf-* d 4V*ft 4> rt : t rrN rt *fAm h.1 4- -" -
hot oven till firm. This will require ripples to UI\;; min matas orles;: 1n JbUVla.UUUL JMO article ever attained to such unbounded
about thirty minutes, and if the bak- quarter length, closing in center with a merchant or a manufacturer acquires popularity.-SaTe1n An article. of great Observer.merit- and, virtue.-Clnn..
ing is prolonged curding will be the button and buttonholes that are.some technical knowledge before he )lon We"a can bear testimony to the efficacy of the'
distance below the waist line. The business-for he will ask Pain-Killer. have seen its magic effects In
result. It is to be served cold, and is enters hardly soothing the severest pain and know it to be a.
back is with his clerks to teach him details-so good article.-Cincinnati Dispatch.
delicious. shaped a center seam, a- A speedy cure for pain-no family should be
Rice Blancmange.-Put a cupful of and joins the fronts in shoulder and woman should be trained for her profession without Nothing it.-has Montreal yet surpassed Transcript.the Pain-Killer,
under-arm seams, the fronts being or else the lovely, helpless which is the most valuable family medicine now
rice into six ,cupfuls of cold water and ; In nee.-Tenn. Organ.
deeply hollowed to permit the butterfly will develop into an unsuc-> It has real merit; as a means of removing pain
boil till a thick paste is formed, thrice egressof no medicine has acquired a reputation equal to
being entirely dissolved. Then the arm and dress sleeve "which is cessful old wife, bullied by hirelingsand 1V.ws Perry. Davis' Pain-KHler.-.l\'ewport (Ky.) Daily
covered by the Deep undervalued by the husband who It it really,a valuable medicine-it Is tuwd by
stir in a cupful of sugar, the grated upper cape. many Physicians,-Boston Traveller.
rind of a lemon, salt and cinnamon to pockets are applied at convenient thought her ignorance so bewitching made Bewaro by,of" imitationsibuy. only Sold the everywhere genuine.
taste. Beat half a cupful of cream and depth on each front and a comfortable Before it affected his comfort and well Urge bottles,26 and 60c.
turnover collar finishes the neck. The being.
stir that in also, adding as a coloring .
material, half a cupful of jelly or the upper cape is circular in shape, the > '
juice of preserves. Put in wet moulds, neck edge being included in the col- Deafness Cannot be Cured The territory between Lake Worth

and when stiff it is ready to serve with lar seam, buttons and bottonholes be- by local applications as they, cannot and Biscayne Bay is settling up rapid-
reach the diseased portion of the ear. Colonists are pouring in by the
custard or cream dressing. ing provided to close the fronts when lr.
There is only way to cure deafness, and
Rice Muffins.-For a dozen muffins necessary for protection. Mixed and that; is by constitutional remedies. Deaf- score. A new settlement known as
stir into a pint of milk one teaspoonfulof plain cheviot, tweed, faced and rough ness is caused by'an inflamed conditionof Linton, situated on the canal, close to

salt, cupful of boiled rice, two tablespoonfuls cloth, whipcord or heavy serge will the mucous lining of the Eustachian, the ocean, about seventeen miles southof
of melted butter, two well- make up stylishly with linings of plaidor Tube. When this tube is inflamed you West Palm Beach, is only about a
silk. have a rumbling sound or imperfect month 'old, and ,yet it already has a
\ beaten and two cupfuls of flour. fancy closed
eggs hearing, and when it is entirely ,
i Beat together very thoroughly, fill hot The quantity of 34-inch wide mate- Deafness is the result, and unless the in- population of over a hundred, most of
muffin rings, and bake in a hot oven rial required to make this cape for a lammatiou can be taken out and this whom are heads of families. It is con-
for thirty minutes. 22-inch bust measure is four yards; tube restored to its normal condition, fidently'believed that the population of
36 inch size, four and one-quarter leaving will be destroyed forever; nine this; infant town will exceed five hun-
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, dred before the close of the yearTitusville' -'
Cassava Reoipes. 'yards; for a 40-inch size, four and one- which is nothing but an inflamed condi-
I have tried baking the cassava root half yards; for 42-inch, four and three- tion of the mucous surfaces. Advocate. '
and boiling it, but never found either quarters yards. We will give One Hundred Dollars for T .5.
plan satisfactory. So the best mannerof ----*... --- any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) Dr. A. J. Perkins left Tuesday for'
preparing the cassava root for table A Dainty Bedspread that; cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh 'Plainfield, Ill. He is very much
Cure. Send for circulars free. .
use is to grate it just as you do cocoa- A pretty bedspread is made of deep F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo' O., pleased with his orange grove' it being -
nut, first peeling off the brown skin. cream-colored or tan linen, with deeply n6rSold by Druggists, 75 cents. in a splendid condition. Many of
Never dig up more cassava at one time hemmed edges and finished with a the trees, in fact nearly all, have made

than you can use right away, as it i handsome crochet lace, made from The new cigar factory Tallahassee a growth of fifteen feet. He thinks
spoils very quickly. After grating all whipcord twist the same shade as the has taken 60,000 pounds of tobacco his grove worth fully $3obk more
you have on hand, put it in a vessel linen. It can be laundried over and off the hands of the Gadsden county than last year. Daytona Gazette-

with a broad, flat bottom, and pour over, ft should not be lined. Another farmers. News.


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I 682 tfHK tfLOKtbA KAKMtfK Atfl t bt -qOWRk. OCTOBER 26r

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Tobacco for a Oatch-Orop. its cultivation without a determinationto highly relished by cattle, and that

1 f Florida .Farmer and Fruit Grower,; What the farmers call a catch-crop, provide for every contingency withas they congregate along the shore whereit

at 16 Main much if his life has been beaten in quantitiesand
A Weekly Newspaper published I that is a resorted to temporarilyin care as dependedon up
Street,.Jacksonville._ Fla. -1 |. crop other that has the outcome.As fill themselves with it. It is a
M M B. l place of some one
TERMS OF! 8UBSGKIPTION failed or fallen below its standard, is a farmer of thirty years' experience well-known fact that hundreds of cattle -

For One Year .......................'.......82.01 be unfortunate with many crops, the writer along the St. Johns already derivea
For Six Months...... .... ... .......... .....1.00 very apt to an crop. would hesitate tobacco in of their subsistence from
In Foreign Countries ..... .................. 3.00 The very exigency which calls it into not to plant great part
"Subscriptions in all cases cash in existence militates against its full suc- Florida, South or North, on the right aquatic vegetation which grows a footor
advance. No discount allowed on one's because it generally kind of soil, with enough neighbors two under water, and if now, in
own subscription(except in a club}, but to cess, haste and lack presupposes of planting to make a crop of sufficientsize addition to this they can pasture on
willIe inexperience, preparation.
all agents a liberal cash to attract buyers. We would these floating islands, it will be a
allowed on all subscriptions obtainedby .
them. Write for terms. 'Every farmer of middle age learnsto plant one or two acres to begin with, great gain to Florida. Can any of

To every new subscriber we will send,, his cost that each crop requires ex- no more. our readers confirm this statement
postpaid, a copy of Whitner's "Gardening and that extremely few men above mentioned?
For two sub- perience
in Florida. new .. .
:, scribers, at $2.00 each, we will send, can leap at a bound into,full success. Practical Weather Signals. Strawberries-Cultural Notes.
postpaid, a copy of Moore's "Orange Yet there is one fact of encouragement Nobody can rightfully accuse the .
Plants which were set early, and
Culture. that intelligent farmer of in
every Government delinquency en-
Rates of advertising on application. which have made a strong growth, are
knows the general laws of the vegetable inform
Remittances should be made by check,, deavoring to the growers of liable in our thin Florida soils to have
!' postal note. money order or registered world and can give a very shrewd approaching disastrous storms. Abundant a setback, sometimes called white budor
letter to order of guess as to the requirements of any warnings are-sent out from Wash-

FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER, plant commonly cultivated in the ington (which the telegraph compa- nourished.dieback, The unless first they indication are kept of well this

Jacksonville. Fla. temperate zone. nies and their messengers have not always reddish
may be seen a slight purple
CONTENTS. It is not very difficult to raise good I delivered as promptly as they tinge on the new leaves, which are

tobacco plants, not much more difficult might); but the great difficulty is in smaller than normal and more crinkled.

Practical Suggestions as to Banking ; Banking than to raise cabbage; but it requires getting them spread over the earth and This:is' simply a call for more food,
I of Dormant Buds ; Effects of Banking; extreme vigilance to protect them brought to each grower's door. '
and should be heeded, or the result
Notes on Oranges and Pears ; Fighting the and who interviewed
from gnawing parasites therebysave An was
White Fly............ ............. .... ..... 67; orange grower will be disastrous. If not helped the
the leaves whole without which by the "Tampa Tribune" has
Guava Queries ; Florida and California for plant will soon be covered with leaves
Orange Growing; Conditions in the North. 676 they are worthless for cigar wrappers; this to say: "It has occurred to me about ,as large as a dime, and its fruitage
Some Florida Farms; West Florida's Orchards and it requires still greater vigilanceand that the cheapest and easiest way to will be next to nothing.
aud Vineyards; Where Pears Did Best. .. 677 skill to harvest and save them let the people know that during December -
TOBACCO-Soils and Seeds........... ........ 678 A constructedbarn and the The greatest deficiency is generallyin
properly. specially January February ap-
No. the element of potash, and it is al-
APIARY-Apicultural 4-Harvest-
ingof Honey......... .'... ........ .... .. 679 is highly necessary. Probablythe proach ol a cold wave would be her- ways safe, to apply this at once, say
OUR RURAL HOME-Contentment is Great majority of the men who will plant I. alded by a beacon light after dark at 200 pounds to the acre, strewn in a
Gain; Lavender Sachets; Fruit and Health; tobacco as a catch-crop are orange the nearest telegraph office. If some shallow furrow about two inches from
A Furniture Polish; Ribbon Bracelets, ; Rice growers, and they will not want to in- of these powerful powders used in fire-
Recipes .... ...... ...... .... ........ ..... 680 of for works the plants and covered. It is also safeto
cur the expense new buildings were employed, a strong light
The Inverness A apply a good fertilizer, but it is rather -
Cassava Recipes ; Cape ;
the few years while they are waitingfor could be thrown into the sky. Every-
Dainty Bedspread; Ventilating a Room ; early yet to give the main application -
Poor Housewives....... .... ....... ........ 681KDITORIAL their groves to grow up. But it is body would look for it night alter of this; hence it is well to resortto
-A Colony Planted; Tobacco as a a fortunate circumstance that thereare night, 'and everybody would know the potash for immediate relief and

Catch-Crop;Practical Weather Signals;The a great many orange packing what)it meant.: Recently, however 7'! give the complete fertilizer later.
Water: Hyacinth Pest; StrawberriesCultural houses, which would need only slight' continued this level-headed orange
With 682 The'severe drouth has killed
Notes; Likes a Paper Opinions. : many
in their walls and interior "one of the Weather Bureau
Markets; Oranges and Lemons; St. Louis plants which were not well established,
Notes; Business Notices; Steamship News. 683; economy to render them available for observers has suggested a better plan. but if we have a mild winter-to which
THE VINEYARD-The Scuppernong Family.. 684 tohacco barns. He advises theu se of rockets at stated
the indications rather point-plants set

Florida's Live Poultry.Productions........Overrated.... ......;..Shippers..........of.. 684 The growers about Leesburg, in a times during the evening when the even up to November i, and well cared
Hogs and Men; Louis Pasteur; The Vegetable mass meeting, passed a resolution warnings are received, and I see no for, will grow a little during the winter

Garden... .... .......... ........ ........ .... 685A looking to the provision of central reason why the plan would not work and yield some fruit. They must have
Bee's Life; Glen St. Mary Nurseries; Those curing-houses under expert manage and enable our people to bank up and food immediately available in order to

Outrageous Laws. ..... ............... .. .... 686 ment. This will be a good plan if tne otherwise protect the tender growth do anything. Drill in tobacco dust or
---- R- ------
consider before- they are looking to for the salvation of
Weather in Jacksonville. managers cottonseed meal-the former is better:
Week Ending Oct. 21, 1895 hand the amount of barn space required their groves. -wetting it in the furrow, if neededto
for of and the One thing is very certain : The
u' an acre plants insure rotting, cover with a light
a. a. ..;.. -. zI bI zI u -0'-I a I :: fact that all the planters will want ,it United States Government is the only wheel-hoe, and set the plants in the
DATE CIS in this Nation of deal-
CIS Po cq fotP:; at the same time. power capable
co co I'I I'I furrow which is left. It maybe nec-
--- - line ing with this matter objectively and
The same general of facts will shouldbe
these also which
Oct. 15. .....63 64 68 62 6 65 .43 essary to water ,
......... 67 80 57 23 63 0 prevail as with oranges. There shouldbe therefore effectively. As soon as the done by filling the holes with water
Oct .......... 71 85 38 27 72 0 of tobacco observers catch hold of a storm they
Oct. 18. ..... ... 65 70 82 59 23 70 0 a large amount grownat and setting the plants in them as soonas
Oct. 19..........70 71 80 65 15 72 .01 one place so that the sorters may measure it and route it, as nearly as it the water has settled .down.
.. ... 66 61 18
Oct.20. .65 79 70 0 ;
Oct. 21........ ...62 6S 74 58 16 66 0 have enough of each of the numerous is possible for human agencies to do. -+.+=
- The loose expectorations of Hicks and
.. grades to make a respectable showingand Likes a Paper with Opinions.
'' Mean....... .64 63 78 60 18 69 .44
others of his class who base their vati-
*Total, attract the buyers. A heterogeneous Editor Farmer and FruitGrower.I .
Sf rainfall.A.. J. MITCHELL, Observer. collection of little crops, grown cinations on planetary conjunctionsand thought I would have to give up
and cured in all kinds of conditions, the consequent electric disturb THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWERon

A Colony Planted. is repellant to the critical purchaserand ances of the atmosphere, are unworthyof account of the hard times, but

The People of Green Cove Spring will have great trouble in findinga a moment's notice. They are deal- when I saw some of your subscribers

are rejoicing over the advent of a market at all. ing with the same swift and pathless ordering the paper stopped on account -

colony of substantial settlers from the Tobacco seed is so exceedingly mi- force which shoots out of a summer of your views on the fence law,

Northern States, principally Michiganand nute that it is said that a thimbleful cloud, and they cannot foretell whereit I determined then and there to stickto

Illinois, under the auspices of the will produce enough plants, if all will go or what it will do any more you awhile longer at any rate. I
"Farm Field and Fireside lived This minuteness than they can predict what the forked
of to set an acre. am heartily with you on the fence
Chicago, which has planted several also renders the seed liable to lightning will strike. question, but if I was not I wouldnot

colonies in the South and in Cali- rapid deterioration from age. The give a fig for a paper where

fornia. The daily'papers state that plants, when young, are among the The Water Hyacinth Pest.A the editor did not have expressed

the excursion consisted cf 163 per- most delicate that are cultivated by correspondent of the TimesUnion opinions of his own. "

sons, most of them heads of families, man.Frost, drouth, wind, beetles, all makes a statement which is vastly W. S. RYALL.

and of thu number almost exactly half conspire to destroy them. "important if true." He states that Auburndale, Polk County.

remained, having purchased land or We do not by any means wish to this weed which has, within the few .

being about to do so. This and dissuade our readers from embarking months since it was introduced. into W., A. Fulton and J. W. Alford

several smaller enterprises this fall in tobacco culture. To the careful, the waters of the St. Johns river; have sold forty acres of phosphateland

seem to indicate that Florida is enter- thoroughgoing farmer it is a very lu spread with astonishing rapidity, fring in Hernando county, near Fitz-,

; ing upon a period of colonization, crative crop in the right soil and surroundings ing miles and miles of shore and even gerald, to Mr. Butsgenbach, of Bel

now that the freeze has.. cheapened the We wish simply to guard ascending its tributaries, forming a gium. Consideration i $25,
'JanH'r.} any one from rushing headlong into i serious obstruction to navigation is Banner, .





Markets. California grapes are in the market In 'I'HI

the greatest abundance, and the pricesare

.. sufficiently low to injure the sale of
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the big offerings of Concord grapes. The FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FLORIDA

JACKSONVILLE FLA., Oct. 25. cooler weather has affected the demandfor ,

FRUITS AND PRODUCE. all grapes. P. M. KIELY. J"AQI :oNVI1LE.; : :

Corrected by Marx Bros. The Oldest National Bank in the State.
These are average quotations. Extra choice BUSINESS NOTICES.
lots lots fetch sell lower.prices above top quotations,while poor CHARTERED, 1874. CHARTER EXTENDED, 1894.By .

J Grapes,5-lb basket................... .20 GOOD SEED -Florida vegetables are conservative, yet liberal methods, this bank has achieved the highest reputation for solidity,
Lemons, Messina, box....... ........ 5.50 if who strength and ability to meet legitimate demands.
....... ......... nothing not early. He plants poor
Oran.es,Jamaica,bbl 7.00 Wedraftson buv and sell foreign and domestic exchange on the most favorable terms, drawing our own
Pears. Kfeffer,,per bbl............... 1.25 seed and therefore has to replant practi- all parts of the world.
Apples bbl..... ....... ............. .3.00 to 3.50 cally loses everything.,,, For good seed We invite a visit or correspondence, looking toward business relations, assuring you that your
English Peas bu..... ..._....n. .... z.6o P. F. Wilson of Gainesville who has favors shall at all times receive intelligent and careful attention.
Cocoanuts.... ... ............. 400 try ,
Peanuts best brand...... .....u..... 4 to 5 a new advertisement this week. JAMES M. SCHUMACHER, R. C. COOLEY
Cabbage. N. Y. each ,................ \07 to .08 FRUIT TREES-B. W. Stone & Co., of President. Cashier.
Potatoes, New York... ..... ........ 1.75 Thomasville Ga. the
flacks.....................". 150 are on right track. Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
Onions, bbl '. .......... ........... 3.00 By prepaying the freight they prevent
.. sacks... ,................ .... 1.75 over-charges. By sending a little treatiseon

Eggs VEGETABLES,...... ...,_........AND..M_..POULTRY..?.4' .18 success.fruit culture, free, they help the noviceto OH, LOOK SAVE MONEYB

Corrected by Davis & Robinson. BOONE'S EARLY ORANGE-The reappearance y buying only FERTILIZERS, ;
this will
of the be
Yellow Yams, bush. ........ ... ...... .40 to .50 favorite on stage .L j
Sweet Potatoes, ...............!....... .40 to 50 hailed by many growers as the sight of With a PURE BONE BASIS, :
Hubbard squash, ............. 15.0 the green earth is in the North when the EnrIch Land and Yourselves
Lettuce, doz. none.... .' ............. .30 off. W. W. Hawkins & Son your ".
'* Celery, Kalamazoo..... :....... ..... .50 snow goes E ncolirage one :"
Egg Plants, bbl ..................... 1.50102.50 Georgetown, have it. every you may
Tomatoes, crates .....................2.00t02 50 MEAT-CHOPPER--The meatchopperand K now to use [ FERTILIZERS because they ar'
Sweet Pepper,bu .. .................. i.oo the advertised the'Enterprise DJRLING'S ,
: Okra, bu, ..... .... ..................1.25101.50 fruit-press by S afe and Reliable to use for .
Green Beans ...................... .... 1.50 Manufacturing Co., of Philadelphia '.
"Peas, ..................... 2.00 have been used in the editorial A ny Crop, making a Strong, Stocky :
Turnips, bunch.................... I .03 to .06 household and for and
Pumpkins, each...................... 0510 .10 (bought paid ) G rowth, and sweet, juicy vegetables and fruits that are -,". k
Kershaws, each.... ....,. ......... 05 to .10 have given entire satisfaction. The meat- E ahead those Merchants who do
( Parsley,per doz.bunches ............ .20 to .30 chopper is very handy in making sau- iigaged by <
..' Green onions,per doz. bunches....... .IS to.25 N ot want only the best Fruits Vegetables.. i>-v
Pepper,hot bushel,.................... 1.00 sage. very
:' Sage well cured lb...................... .10 to. 15 ..-- -- Take time and write at once to the
Lima Beans, shelled, qt, ...... ....... 12 to .15 Steamship News.
Hens........ -..;.............._00..... 30 to .35
": \ Roosters..............00.... ....... .25,to .30 The Savannah Line News Vol. 1, No. L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER COMPANY .
; Broilers.......__............ .... .20 to .x5 1, is laid upon our table. It is a neat ,
; Turkeys, per pound,gross.. ..:...... .10 to .11
S Ducks..................... ........... .35 to 40 little eight-page paper published in the Jacksonville, BM.otic3Lei.:
.** Geese. ." .................,........ .50 to 60 interest of the Ocean Steamship and the
New Beets, per loo................. none .50 to i.oo Savannah Lines. One item we extract: and obtain their Special Low Prices to meet the times
Water Cress, per doz. none...........
Cauliflower 2.00 "The rooms in the steamships of the Savannah for Cash With Order.CEIOICE.

Leeks per doz bunches... .. ......... .25 Line are larger than usually *
Scuppernongs bu... .. ... ........... i.oo found on the majority of steamship lines,
Radishes per doz.................... .15 : A. NTo. ::1F.lorida
Cucumbers,crate..... ............... 1.50 to 2.00 consequently are more comfortable.
There is no such thing as an "inside"
room on any steamer run by this com-
I Oranges and Lemons.
pany, alltoutside rooms. Each room contains Grown Orange Trees
Chicago.-The Merchants' Fruit Auc- 'two berths and is provided with

tion Company report: Sold one car Mexican electric light and bells. Go via this route

"oranges, although quite green and and you will be sufficiently rested to en- o S.A. :&
packed in second-hand boxes, sold from joy the Exposition when you reach At .
3.00 to 3.55 per box, the whole car making Ian ta."
an average of 3.44 per box. handsome lithograph of the magnificent Grape Fruit, Lemon ,and Seedless Grape Fruit.All .

Boston.-Snow & Co. report: At sale of new steamer of the Clyde Steamship
trees grown on stock in Florida that was not injured by the freeze. :Buds from 3 to 6 feet
Jamaica oranges to-day, direct steamer, the Comanche 3,500))
(tonnage ,
straight and well grown. Also choice Abbaka and Golden Queen Pineapple suckers, 15 to 20 inches.
fruit showed considerable rot and prices announces her entrance into active serv-
Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited, or call on
were extremely high for the condition: ice. The; company claim (and to all per-

boxes 2.05 to 2.55; barrels 3.37% to 4.00. sons with good "sea legs" it is certainlytrue GEO. H. WRIGHT

A few packages of grape fruit; barrels ) "fifty per cent more comfort ;at

4.87to 11.37J and boxes 2.50. This fruit fifty per cent less expense when com, ORLANDO, FLA.

showed only fair condition. pared with' the all-rail route.." Speciallow FOR HIGH GRADE
New York.-P. Ruhlman & Co. say: rates to parties of five or more traveling -

Jamaica oranges are' arriving in large "on one ticket.

: quantities mostly half grown, green AND
: and sour. Parties responsible for this For Farmers and Poultrymen.No GARDEN FIELD gEEDS.JJ5S .

: deserve to make heavy losses, and no more useful and convenient ma-
will. Had this fruit been left
I' the trees for another month to get its full on chine has been evolved for grinding dry JJ5S- and Truckers are roquested to send for my price-list of Field and Garden Seed
chicken feed salt
bones shells corn ,
growth and then shipped as required, I Two Hundred Bushels Florida Seed Rye Fifty Thousand Celery Plants.
Shell and
etc., than the Enterprise Bone,
everybody including the general public Corn Mill. It strong durable and com-
would have been benefited. As it is ,
pact and grinds easily and rapidly, hav- P. F. WILSON SEEDSMAN
wants them. There
, nobody never was ing a capacity of one and one-fourth ,
such a chance to make money on them hand millis FLORIDA.
I bushels of hour. The GAINESVILLE'
but greed and judgment spoiled it all. corn per which ____ .: __ __ ___
I made in two styles, one may
I be screwed to wall or post to save space. "a: :ow IS TJI:& TI.l\JE.: : '

St. LO :Notes.. When desired, single or double pulleysfor ; Send in your orders this month for Bud Wood Trees and Roses.We .
I furnished. Bone meal is
power, are can furnish 75,000 Eye buds dormant and next spring budding. Orders booked now for
Oranges-Quiet California-Mediterra- one of the beet fertilizers, and for grinding delivery in October and November.. Wrst-class buds and true to name. Standard varieties as follows -
i nean Sweet, 4.25 to 4.50 per box; Mexican that alone, an Enterprise mill will : Majorca, Jafla, Ruby Blood, Hart's late Parson Brown, Tangerine, Homossassa. Medit-
4.25; Jamaica4.25 to 4.50 per box soon for itself. The Enterprise( Manu- erranean Sweet, Satsuma and Grape Fruit. Buds well packed and sent to any part of the Slate for
II pay to feet high, budded on sour and
budded Orange Trees a 4
60 cents per zoo; $5.00 per 1.ooo. 10.000
and 8.00 to 8.50 per barrel. facturing Company, Third and Dauphinsts. trifiliata{ stocks, from i to \% in. at the ground. Buds inserted in the stump at the ground (not in
I Lemons-Quiet. Messina and Palermo, ., Philadelphia, will send free to any the roots)and can be protected by banking this winter.
7.00 to 8.00 per box; Malaga, 6.00, Cali- one on application, a catalogue descriptive Peach, Pear, Plum Persimmon, Loquat and Fig Trees. Large three year old White Niagara

fornia, 6.00 to 7.00. of this and many other labor-saving Grape Vines. ROSgS.

New string beans from Louisiana put machines and devices. Fifty varieties of roses budded and on their own roots. The famous Marechal Neil a specialty.Our .
in an appearance a few days ago,and the ... roses have proved to be well adapted to this State. For full particulars send for descriptive
I old crop of the local growers has hardly catalogue and price list Address,
On last Edward M. Brown
disappeared, all of which goes to show Wednesday Interlachen, Fla.
that fresh string beans can be had in this the famous auctioneer of Brown & Sec- _

market every month in the year now and comb, disposed of 1070; cases and 350 THE LAKE GEORGE NURSERIESare
hereafter. bags of figs in a trifle over one hour,

nor Celery at such has prices not as sold ruled so freely during in the years past, $40.000.which brought Prices{ ranged in the from neighborhood 0 to 16%of c. offering a fine lot of Budded Trees= for sale for season of'95 and '96, including a limited supply of

week. Although several straight car loads per lb.-N. Y. Fruit Trade Journal. GENUINE BOONE'S' EARLY TREES AND BUDS

from Michigau were among the offerings Bonum, Mediterranean Sweet, Bessie. Tangerine and
Also Grape Fruit, Tnrdiffa. Magnum
during the week, all the wholesale deal- U8 We sell your Poultry, Veals, common Orange, Sanford's Sicily Lemon and Villa Franca I ers were cleaned up yesterday afternoon, fruits and all produce at highest stocks, Write for prices to ,
and a sharp advance on former prices TRY prices. DAILY references RETURNS., write Tor ,"V..V.. J'A""V'IINS;: : & SO1 S.
oils prices
wag in evidence the past few days. ...,.._. ._-:: ', L SAQ 80NS, 1S:> Rgad@ St.) &Y, Georgetown, Fla



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Flo ida.'s. Productions Over-rated. FARMER BAILEY'S ESCAPE.
The Vineyard. Editor Farmer and FruitGrower.I GRAPE VINES.
have just been reading on page
Edited by E. DUBOIS, Tallahassee, Fla. 650 of THE FARMER AND FRUIT EXPERIENCE OFJOHN World. Small Fruits. Introducer Largest Stock of unrivalled In tim
GROWER of October 12: criticism new Red Jacket(ooseberry k Fay Currant.
The Souppernong Family your Uaaloguefree. (. eo. .Jo88e1yDFredonla.N.vl
This is peculiarly a child of the of .the "Florida Citizen's" article I
i Happy) Release After Both Had)
hitherto been wherein it is claimed that the State i ii
South, which has sadly About Given Ul). iI I
"in turned out products valuedat
neglected. Men are prone to overlook : 1894 From the i "
the Caucasian, Clinton, N.: C.
blessings by which they are immediately $44,551,300. I have not seen We had been reliably informed that J.

surrounded while searching article in 'question, but am unable to F. Bailey of Warsaw, Duplin Co. N. C.
abroad for those less to be desired but reconcile your statement of its character had'been cured of consumption, and senta -. s. ..., ... .",

enchanting in the distance. with the line of your argument. reporter to see him and make a report, Be Sure You're Right, Then Go Ahead. i

is the varietyof If the "Citizen" claims that the believing that the facts would be welcom The New York Central put Page fence on guard,
The only
Scuppernong then beat the world's record for
to readers of this We found J
this type usually planted, very few basis of this product was the real and Mr.many Bailey strong in the paper.belief that hehad, PAGE WOVEN WIRE'FENCE CO., Adrian, Mich.

farmers being aware of the fact that personal property of the State, how can had the consumption; though his physician .r>- r.Q. c .

there are others very much its supe- you charge that this is equivalent to a Dr. W. P. Kennedy, stated the casein ? FERTILIZE '
claim that "5,000,000 acres of culti- a little different way. The doctor

rior.In 1886 eight varieties were planted vated land yield this product, dropping said"Mr.: ECONOMICALLY
Bailey wts suffering from over-
the factor of capital] ? PROFITABLY. AND EFFECTIVELY
feet in rowsalong, the Y
F twenty apart, work and chronic malarial poisoning
margin of a branch, and trained upon Why should the value of the horses with some of the symptoms of chronic i a

j a trellis of three wires. The vines have and mules sold in 1894 "be distributed rheumatism and a general run-downcon-, .. NITRATE OF SODA ,.

j been annually pruned spurring back through six years" ,merely because dition pf his system. Y Nearly all fertilizers are Ineffective because 't
I "Boils him from work they contain too little NITROGEN ("ammo-
I that period represent their prevented part nia" and this little in Insoluble
the canes of the growth of the previousseason may average ) an form.
of the time. Bronchitis and spitting of Add a littlo NITRATE OF SODA to these and
? Stock raisers do not sell in one '
to six. inches. age the result will be astonishing.A
This type must be pruned in autumn, year the increase of the previous six ,to blood him.were" sources of great annoyance' ,PAMPHLET FREE aend l when 1
I to use nitrate, and how to buy and use fertilizers -
just after the leaves fall. If pruned years, but only that portion of it which It is probably true that the doctor was most economically. Address

later there is danger of destructive has.reached a marketable age and con- correct, though without doubt Mr.,Bailey S. M, Ha'.ris, Moreton Firm(iP.0.), New York.
dition in hand that which will would eventually have gone into con- .L>' ...-<>>&.>' .

bleeding. This method of training form the, keeping of succeeding suption, as this disease frequently fol-. ........................................""IV"..........................................................................................................
places the of'fruit in reach output years.It !
crop easy lows the symptoms and conditions above S.
increases the size ;of the berries and ,may puzzle one to understand why given. He was thoroughly cured, how QUICK WORK

bunches, and insures a larger ,yield of 40,000 Florida cows sold at an aver- ever. Mr. Bailey said to the reporter: ,
of better quality. age price of $37.50 per head; but, as- "In the spring of '94 I began farm In selling and paying for Fruits and Vegetables ;
grapes is motto. WE
work. Soon I found health shipped to us our
The Thomas commences to ripen suming it, to be a fact, and assuming, my failing, GIVE GOODS SENT U$ BY GROWERS
and a hacking cough my constant com BECAUSE WE NEVER
also that an ordinary FIRST PLACE
thus continuing the 40,000 was year-
August 15th, supply panion. BUY OURSELVES. They are protectedby
from the vineyard of the other ly output, I do not see just where the, "I grew so weak that I could no longer our 40 years experience without default-,'
dollar. Enquire as to our standing
types. Other varieties ripen in succes- "over-rating" comes in. work. My cough became so severethatI ing and a financial stability which any bank or
sion until the middle of September and In the case of the cigars the $13- was unable to sleep, and I was con- merchants having mercantile reports can
blood and verify-then try
stantly spitting corruption.
includes the value of the up
furnish fruit till October. 000,000 .METHOD WILL SATISFY YOU. Send
My physician could give me no relief, for quotations. Stencil and
bacco and its enhancement in the your name our
The Memory and Mish are especial. and I continued to grow weaker and cards free. Letters promptly answered.
ly desirable, combining the good quali-- process of manufacture, independentof weaker. I had well nigh given up all

ties of vigorous growth, hardiness, productiveness the locality in which it was raised. hope of living, much less being restoredto FRENCH & CO.,

and superior quality. The question of profit does not enter my usual strength, when a friend! York.
very 116 Warren St;, New
called attention to testimonials as to
into ot these statistics. A. my
Desiring to,secure the verdict of as any
the value of Williams' Pink Pills for ESTABLISHED 1855.
large a jury as possible, very many Panasoffkee, Fla. Pale People. I at once left off using,the

visitors were taken through this vine- The inaccuracy of the article in the medicine prescribed by my physician and __ _nO ___._ ____ .- -- ---,---- .--- c I[
yard for the purpose of comparing the "Citizen" was in the (fact that the en- began to take the Pink Pills I felt the Bradley Hedfleld. Eugene B. Redfield. !

varieties. Without exception the tire live stock of the State was givenas good,effects of this wonderful medicine ESTABLISHED 1871.

the output and yield of one within three days. In less than, two REDFIELD & SON,
,; Memory and Mish were pronounced year. months time I was a well man, and three
i superior to the Scuppernong. Of the There were, so he stated, 40,000 cows boxes of Dr. Williams', Pink Pills did the Merchants
ten varieties compared, the Memory is in the State in the year 1894, but it is work."

by far the most vigorous ,grower. very doubtful if a tenth part of that "Is it any wonder," queried|Mr. Bailey, AND -
number sold that "that I sing the praises of Dr. Wtlliams'
were actually
All are free from disease an year.
except Pink Pills when have done much Fruit Auctioneers
they so
So with the horses and mules etc. ,
occasional slight attack of black
very for me? But for the timely use of themI
rot. The proximity of diseased vinesof According to the arithmetic of the would to-day be in my grave, an4 I 141 Dock Street, Philadelphia, J'a.

other types may have furnished the writer referred to, in 1895 Florida will want the world to know of their incalcu. We handle all kinds of Fruits and Vegetables
either at private sale (which has heretofore been
sporss for the disease.To be credited with 40,000 cows againor lable value as a medicine. our custom) or by the auction system (recently

propagate this type use long cut- ( more, probably, on account of nat- The reporter having heard that Mr. added to our business),as you may desire.
John H. Loftin Warsaw had been
ural increase) and, all of them will be ,
tings, taken in October or early in November cured of rheumatism by the use of three FOR RENT.

I or layer the vines at any time set down,as the product of that year, boxes of Dr. Williams'? Pink Pills, inter-
.from October to March. whereas, by his method of reckoning, viewed him with the following result. ,

The tabulated statement sufficiently they were all sold the year before, Said Mr. Loftin: "I suffered intenselywith At St. Augustine.

describes the characteristics of these leaving the State, in the matter of rheumatism for ten months. I was Completely furnished. Apply to G. S. Mes>erve,
entirely helpless for two months. I tried St. Augustine, Fla. _
varietes, except as regards adheringto cows, to, begin- without anything.'.. various remedies but none of them did
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the stem. Shippers of Live Poultry. me any good. Having heard of Dr., FOR SALE. '

I The Scuppernong, James and Jeter Shippers should see that the coopsare Williams' Pink Pills and their wonderful THE OCEAN VIEW HOTEL,
from the bunch in condition curative powers, I procured a box and
drop so readily as to, good before using, so began the use of them with wonderful At St. Augu tlne.
cause great waste in gathering. The that they are not liable to come apart effect. In two week's time I 'was able Completely furnished. Right on the Bay.

j, stem is,attached to the berry extern- while in transit, as they are roughly to leave my bed, and in a few months Rare Bargain, Apply to Capt.W' S. M. Bukhara.

I ally. The Thomas, Memory and handled sometimes. The coops shouldbe time I was able to do manual labor. From St. Augustine or toCHAPIN

Scuppernong seedling do not-shed so hi h enough to allow whatever kindof helplessness to manual labor is my experience FARM AGENCY,

readily though attached externally.The poultry is shipped room to stand up. and 1 attribute this great benefit 3-23-tf St. Augustine, and Boston.
solely to the use of Dr. Williams' Pink
Flowers, Flowers Improved, Mish Low coops should not be used, it not Pills." FRUIT TREES.FOB. .
and Tenderpulp adhere firmly to the alone being cruel, but a great deal of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all : .

bunch, having the stem attached in- poultry is lost every year by suffoca- the elements necssary to give new life

ternally. These last named varieties tion. Coops should not be overcrowded.In I I ane richness to the blood and restore SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write .

I i; can be gathered and shipped in shipping hens and roosters they shattered nerves. They are sold by all for Catalogue and price list.
,. druggists, or may be had by mail from
bunches as readily as Concord or Ives. should be kept separate. Nothing depreciates Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Sche- JENNINGS' NURSERY CO..

The Mish and Memory ,are both the value of a fine coop of nectady, N. Y., for 50 cents a box, or six 'hnnu."l1h-, OR

{i rated best as to quality, though they: hens as much as to have a number of boxes for $2.50.; SAWMILL

differ in'many respects. The Memory old cocks among them. Shippers of- '

!i is best in flavor and the Mish best in ten wonder why they 'don't get the 1. Several important sales of orange FARMER', ( l works with 4 successfully h. p., also

sweetness. The Memory produces a highest market price for their stock.In crops were made this week at $2.50 a Grinding Mills

j very large berry while the Mish is most cases this is the reason. Good box on the tree, but a large portion of and Water Wheels

i small. Both continue lorg in season. stock always commands a quick sale the ,crop is still unsold.-:Braidentown l DeLoaoh Mill Mfg. Co..

Alabama Station 3uUetip, at best prices,-Prairie farmer, Journal, 323 Highland; Ave, Atlanta, Ga,




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Hogs and Men. bloodstriking, charbon, milzbrand,
O t)
Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower,: rauschbrand, etc.
Whoever said that "man is a man These diseases are very prevalent
Fertilizers for Fall
for all that," might have added, and among cattle, sheep, horses, mules, Crops

too frequently a hog. goats and swine; and, before Pasteur's it
i A hog is altogether egoistic. It discovery, the annual loss amounted to should contain a high percentage of Potash to

:! knows no pronouns but I,. myself, my, hundreds of thousands of dollars. The insure the largest yield and a permanent enrichment

!j i me, and the plurals, we, ourselves, use of Pasteur's vaccine has reduced .. of the soil. G
i ours, and us. Hogs are strictly antin- this loss to almost nothing, and mil-
omians. They have no use for the lions of dollars have thus been savedto Write for our "Farmers' Guide," a 142-page illustrated book. It
1 I Ten Commandments. Like presumptuous the owners of live stock. The live r Is brim full of-useful information for farmers. It will be sent free, and

sinner-Christians, it must be stock industry throughout the world' will make and.save you money. Address,
J that hogs hold to the doctrine that is greatly indebted to Pasteur for his GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street,New York.

when Christ commanded the legionof wonderful discovery. _t. e J _t JO D tj .

devils__ no to 0 come o. 0 0 out 0 0 of 0 the man and_ ._ Among the floral tributes at Pasteur -
sent them into the herd of swine, the 's state funeral in France last JOHN L. MARVIN,
old dispensation ended and the new week were several wreaths representing President.H. .
era of freedom from moral obligation the live stock interests in that T. BAYA, THOS. W. CONRAD,
commenced.All Cashier. Assistant Cashier.
,true Christian men will at once HAROLD SORBY.

recognize the likeness! the nature of New York City, Oct. 12, 1895. '

!the hog to the doctrine of antinomian i The-Vegetable. Garden. THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK,

ism.The religion,of Christ is altruistic, Keep the celery on the jump, and JACKSONVILLE', FLORIDA,
lots of water is what will do this. If
sacrificing the opposite of
very f espeetfully solicits you Deposits, Collections and Geneva
cabbage or cauliflower wilts badly ,
greed, selfishness, hoggishness. your Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .
Circe's cup must have been full of in the sunshine, it is a sign that theyare -

covetousness, selfishness and utter club-rooted, when you may as well : INVITED.DIREOTORS' .
disregard of the rights of man. pull them up and feed them to the pigsor -

It must have contained the boiled- cow. Thin out young beets, turnips t
John L. Marvin, A. B. Campbell. Chas. Marvin,
down nature of hog, for Milton in and carrots to give them a good chanceto H. T. Baya, T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald,
his more poetic ,strains tells us: bulb up before cold weather comes. Judge E. M. Randall.. C. B. 'Rogers. W. M. Davidson,
"Who knows not Circe, Sow some winter radishes. The roots Or H. Robinson John E. Hartrldfire.
The daughter of;the Sun? whose charmed ,will be small, but tender Strew some

cupWhoever tobacco stems under and about the SAVINGS AND TRUST BANK
tasted, lost his upright shape cucumbers 'to kill or dispel the aphides
And downward fell into a groveling .
that'are'apt'to infest them at this sea-
swine. 011' E'L-ORIDA
Pope, in his 'Essay on Man, uses son.Gather lots of half-ripe Lima beans ,
the l language': "How instinct varies in for use in winter. They are better than JACKSONVILLE.
the grov'ling swine." hard-ripened ones. If your onions are ,

f If I wrote an essay on some menI ripe, get.them out,of the ground,dried H. ROBINSON, President. W. J. HA11KISUEIMEU, Vice-Pres.
would state it about this way: "How and under cover. Plant out ''young .Will IIAWLINSON, Cashier,

infamy,varies in the upright hog." l lettuce, and,, make a large sowing of
My granfather was a good man, a some of the 'small hard-hearted sorts DIRECTORS :
elder of the Methodist for storing in cold frames. Sow some H ROBINSON, J. HILDEBRANDT, p. E. MCMURRAY,
Church in Illinois, West Tennesseeand spinach for use.this fall, and in a weekor J. A. HENDERSON, C. C. ROBERTSON, W. OWEN.

Kentucky in pioneer days. He two.a patch for winter use. We let Collections made on all points of Florida and Remitted for on day of Pay-
said that because man was married he it'be'near the end of the month beforewe ment.. Active and Savings Accounts Solicited. Interest Paid on

need not be a goat. ,sow spinach to come in in spring. _Savings._

Now; I submit, to men who think About the middle of the month, or

they are Christian gentlemen ,that be- earlier, north of here sow a patch of FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.

cause they want to make money they German kale for greens in spring.
need not be hogs.If Have cold frames handy to set over "

you want to be a man don't be some snap-beans and tomatoes in case An Incorporated Home best advantage.Association AUTHORIZED CAPITAL for marketing$300,000.Florida .Fruit to the
an antinomian. Don't allow your of an early frost. ,Keep''. the hoe at BOX MATERIAL-The Exchange is fully prepared to supply boxes and paper on
hogs to do your, stealing. Don't turn work, both to clean the ground and order. Write for price list and terms.
hogs into your neighbor's garden, or unfasten it about the plants, if you GEO. R. FAIRBANKS President. D. GREENLEAF, Vice-President.
there if it them wish to keep the in brisk ALBERT M. IViES,Gen'l Mgr.and Treas. M. P. TURNER, Secretary
them crops
leave they hog young
DIRECTORS-Geo. R. Fairbanks, Alachua Co.; E.G. Hill, Bradford Co.; Dr. E.'E. Pratt
selves. Don't make of Florida a land I growth.-Gardening. HillsboroCo.; John Fabyan, Lake Co.; Hy Crutcher Orange Co.; D. Greenieaf. Duval Co.;
I ..... J. D. Mead, Duval Co.; A. Brady Brevard Co.; F. G. Sampson Marion Co. ; C. V. Hillyer,
between the devil and the deep sea. Marion Co.; John M.Bryan, Osceola Co.; W. E. Stanton, Putnam Co.; M..8. Moreman St.
The Savior might and send the The Disston Land Company have Johns Co.; C. F. A. Bielby, Volusia Co.;Irving Keck, Polk Co..
come Addressall correspondence to the Florida Fruit Exchange,Jacksonville, Fla Stencils,
sold the deed recorded
devils that are in you into the swine, 'recently ( was with full packing and shipping instructions furnished on application.
and the swine will leave you and rush ,Friday) to J. Judson White of New

into the Gulf or the Atlantic, and York, 1,200 acres of land near Alligator JOHN CLARK SON & CO.
lake the consideration ,
leave you clothed in your right minda -
,decent man., $10,000. Mr.' White purchased'the
"Truth is tough." land for pasturing purposes, and will Grocers and Commission Merchants .

W. A.. R. ROBERTSON. fence it and stock with beef cattle as

. soon as practicable. A son of Mr. DEALERS IN
White expects to arrive soon to take Grain Wines
Coal Hay Liquors
Louis Pasteur-His Services to the ,
charge of it, meanwhile his purchaseis
Live Stock Industry. in charge of Mr. Benjamin Gates. Cigars, Tobacco, Etc.
It is not penerally known that the Kissimmee Valley.

great scientist, Louis Pasteur, who has tl.-4 J"aol-cson.-v-ille: U loric1a. ':.

just passed away at the age of seventytwo J. M. Chaffer, who is training the
devoted 'several years'of his busy intellects of the youths of Candler, ,PRICE-LISTOFWHISKIES:

and remarkably'' useful life to a studyof was in town Saturday and said he had MANONGAIUt: A RYE.............$I.S<> CABINET BOURBON... .............. ?f6>'oo
PARKER....... ............ ..... ........... 1 75 J. lI.lAR. TIN RYES;............ ................ 300
the diseases that annually commit six year old orange and grape fruit ORANGE VALLEY..........,...... ...... :a 00 VIRGINIA ADES.. ......................... 4 oo
terrible live stock in trees that bloomed: in June and now SPRINGVALLEY......... ........;......., :z 50 OLD BOURBON..............,.,... ..... 5 oo
ravages among BALTIMORE CORN ..................200 KENTUCKY SOUR MASH. ,............... 500
all parts of the world. His studies have fruit on, them. Mr. C. is the NORTH CAROLINA CORN... ......,...... :z 50 OLD BAKER........ ...........e......,.., 500
resulted in the discovery of a preventive man who saved his grove from the CLIFTON CLUB... ..' .....: .............3 oo MONTROSR. VELVET: RYE.,................. 600

remedy for' anthrax, dry and freeze by covering the trees'with sand. JUGS EXTRA; : One gallon 250; two gallon, soc; three gallon. 75C. Remit by post-office
letter. We cannot ship C, O. D. Remit with order.
money order, check or registered
murrain black black He also during the week filled order
bloody leg, ,
A complete prlce-Hst of Groceries, and Wine List, sentfree, on application
quarter, quarter evil, splenic fever, for buds from California,-Ocala
splenic} apoplexy, carbuncular fever,. Banner. JOHN CLARK, SON &! CO. '



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;: [- Continued from page 679] tion, the edition for 1895-96 has been I I FrauchirFruit Wrappers.NO ; PLANT STRAWBERRIES. 100,000 Alabama
j $1.00 per looo. 35,000 Clouds at
J start swarming-just what we do not greatly enlarged, ,revised throughout, $1.50 per tooo. Good plants and packing guar-
rewritten. Its anteed. R. H. Smith, Lawtey. Fla. 10-12-3
want at this stage, for our increase of almost entirely sixty
BUDS to order on fine stocks at low
colonies should be made either in pages are illustrated by about fifty engravings MORE CHEATING. DORMANT. Many choice varieties of Citrus

time enough before the harvest to have of which many are new, and for Fruits.future Save delivery.money by Phoenix placing Nurseries your order, Braid-now .

them in shape to gather surplus, or most have been especially designed for Consumers of Fruit Wrappers may entown, Fla. ___ 10 12-4
this work. From the of the well now know that they get an honest ream r
deferred until after the harvest is over press I HAVE some fine Cornish Indian Game pure
of 480 sheets and not 400 320 sheetsto
the or bred cocks 6 months old each. Send at
and the bees idle. known horticultural art printers, J. $2.50
ream as some unscrupulous dealers Fla.
once. T.H. Sligh, Lady Lake, 10-12-3
In running for liquid honey colonies Horace McFarland Company, it is one supply.
Turkeys, Indian Games Black Lang-
a are not given to swarming to the of the handsomest productions of the BRONZE Pekin Ducks. Eggs !in season. A

extent they do when run for comb year. It gives latest practice and best OUR "FAIR AND SQUARE"Printed few quarts of McNeil Peas at 81.00 per quart, 50
cents a pint, postpaid. Mrs. W. H. Mann, I
honey. In fact, in a properly cared methods of culture; most recentexpe- Wrappers are put up in packagesof Mannville, Fla. 10-12-12 !

for apiary not more than five to ten rience in orchard and market varieties 1000 each, and each Wrapper is SEE our prices on improved varieties of Pomelo I

per cent will swarm, whereas whenrun new and old, and describes; over numbered, in printing, consecutively this column. J. W. &P. D. Waite. I I

for comb honey fully seventyfiveto three hundred fruits and ornamentals from 1 to 1000. No one can 17OR' SALE for cash,time or trade,orange groves, I
fruit and timber lands. E. RUMLEY, Keuka,
eighty per cent swarm. (Here ]I offered for Florida,Texas and the lower HONESTLY BEATour Fla. 3-il-i6t I I

will mention that I shall shortly devote South, by G. L. Taber's Glen St. Mary Qnn nnn Strawberry Plants. Alabama II I

an article to the care of swarms, Nurseries, Glen St. Mary, Fla. This prices. Send for sampler and prices Newnans. Good strong, rooted
plants. ,$:.25 f. o. b, R. Puddy,Lawtey, Fla. I
and their manipulations in the securing up-to-date horticultural hand-book toTHE io-S-4 I

'j of our surplus honey, for this should be in the hands of every fruit JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO. -CABBAGE- PLANTS. Henderson's Succession,

cuts quite a figure in the success or grower. It is sent free upon application. per 100. Maurice in existence Clavel,,$3 Wauchula per i.ooo., 35 DeSoto cents '

i failure in securing a crop of comb JERSEY CITY, N. J. county, Fla. 9-14-7
honey). N. B.-We do not deal in unprinted FIFTY THOUSAND Grapefruit Seedlings for
i To return to our colonies for liquid Those Outrageous Laws.A wrappers.. 3% years old, 4 to 5 feet high;will dor-
a mant bud to order. Have a few budded to the
j honey, when the honey is ready to correspondent from coun- seedless grapefruit. These trees are fine, and
: writes : for sale very reasonable indeed, as we expect to
::1 come off the hive, proceed as follows ty CENT-A- WORD G'OG UMN. quit the nursery business. Come and see them
I';'4 A. F. BROWN. Well, what's the matter with 'R. before buying elsewhere. Bowyer& Stephens,

: P.' of Alachua writing to his RATES.-Twenty words, name and address, I.nkHand. Pla. 9-21-7
: San Mateo, Fla., October 14. county,
jJ one week,25 cents three weeks 50 cents Noth
Massachusetts of the infamous ; STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Improved Alabama
; Continued week. paper
[ next ] ing taken for less than 25 cents. ,,' The best varieties for
1'I.4 --- hog law' ? My name has been on Advertisements for this! column MUST be' pre- Southern planting. Clouds, $1.75; Newnans
11\'\ A Bee's Life. your list of subscribers for ten or more paid. $1.00 per 1,000, f. o. b. First class plants and
packing guaranteed. C. H. Churchill, Lawtey,
I Every year may be seen in papers years, and I've yet to write my first Send no stamps larger than two cents. Fla. 8-10-10

I II of considerable pretensions to scientific -, letter, North to gain one incoming Initials and figures count as one word. STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Two acres of them.

statements about various Florida settler, because of such out- --- grown and vigorous, Alabama New
I SALE.-Extra strong,well-grown Nursety naus and Clouds. Prices on application, accord-
r flowers poisoning bees, the only reason rageous laws. FOR budded low on rough Lemon. Grape- ing to quantity. G. W. Jennings, Lawtey, Fla.
for the statement being that the bees > m < fruit, Tardiff. Ruby Blood Will bud to order on o144tIj
J' Still another of Lee county's fine on same stock any varieties Citrus desired for
I'' are found dead in considerable numbers future delivery. Richard Klemm, Winter Haven, OR SALE. Nice two story residence, orange
j orange groves becomes the property Fla. 10 26.3. grove, two nice cottages, office and out build-
beneath the trees. It does not "
ings. Address "Bottom Price, Eustis, Florida.
seem to be known generally that the of one of Marion's big orange growers, SOUTH RIVERSIDE Land and Water Company io-S-3 .

the Hendry and Gardner grove, on 39 shares stock for sale or ordering Alabama Newnans write C.
life of bee is short. BEFORE
a extremely Everybee I exchange for Florida property. Par value, 8100.
Twelve-Mile creek passing into the Lawtey, Fla. He sends out
Bills receivable in excess of bills payable. O. W.
that leaves the hive in the spring the best $1.00 per 1000.
hands of E. L. Wartmann, of .Citra, Sadler, Pennave.| l'ittsburgPa. 10-26-3.
is dead before fall, and those that live WANTED. An agent in every. township to
I the fall die soon after the on Wednesday The price paid is a SUPERINTENDENT, having managed many Cyclone Corn Sheller. Address
over very in Africa and Farmer tf
private matter.-Tropical News. years, Old and Fruit Grower, Jacksonville, Fla.
spring opens. The death of a bee is ,. Mexico, wants situation. Speaks English French
......- and Spanish. Best references. F. Foex-Eddy, Foil SALE. Two Leon county farms 480 acres
usually very sudden. They have been New Mexico. 10263. 390 acres. Excellent fo. stock raising and
known to fall even in their flight andto H. F. Dutton & Co. shipped 300 tobacco growing W. B. Clarkson,Jacksonville,
bales of last week. Mr. Robinson SALE.-Iooo genuine Paper-Shell Pecan Fla. 8-24-tf
cotton FOR .:_______
be dead in a few seconds after 3 years old. Price, 200. each f. o. b.
the This fact stated to a "Sun" man yesterdaythat Also 150 pounds fresh Paper-Shell seed. Price, 200 000 Alabama Newnan Strawberry
reaching ground.
5oc. per lb, John H. Bass, McIntosh, Fla. 10263. I f Plants Admitted by all who
the their
about the life of the bee is supposed prospects for running have seen them to be the best Strawberry Plantsin
ginning plant steady during the OR SALE.-S ven S. C. B. Leghorn Cockerels. 'I the place. Price $1.25 per 1000, f. o b. B.
to be generally known, yet the fact pres- Ij First-class. 82 each, f. o. b. in Jacksonville.M. I Padgett, Lawtey, Fla. 8-17-tf

that the statement above quoted is so ent season were bright. They are Chesebro, Plummet, Fla. 10264. CITRUS NURSERY TREES AND BUDWOOD

often referred to in intelligent works making a specialty of the finest qualityof BUD OO i'.-Orders for spring delivery now Parson Brown. Stark's Seedless,
cotton.-Gainesville Sun. booked. Ten per cent with order, bal- Jaffa, Tangerine King, Tardiff, Grape Fruit,
I shows that the knowledge is not as ance when buds are ordered shipped. Pineapple, Villa Franca Lemons and other varieties,
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--- such as Nonpareil, Majorca, St Michael,
$is' per 1,000, King Parson Brown, Waite's Early
it deserves to be.-
widely spread as
Malta Blood and Centennial. Address
A. L.
The is Prolific, Bonum
Pierpont manufactory now $to per :ooo. Magnum Jaffa
Meehan's Monthly. Tangerine, Ruby Blood,St.Michael Blood, Hart's Duncan, Manager, Milwaukee Groves and Nur-
busy nearly all the time. An order Tardiff, Navel. Sauford's Mediterranean $7 per series, Dunedin, Fla._8.17-tf

Nurseries."In was received a few days since for more per iooo. Walters' Josselyn Triumph. Auran- ANEW deal on wire netting. Prices cut in .
t Glen St. Mary tium, Pomelo, $8 per 1000. Marsh Seedless, $20 ,. We pay freight. Write for our latest
p boxes for Jamaica. The past month Small orders solicited at reasonablerat
per iooo. price-list. E. W Amsden Ormond Fla. ?-i-tf
a region where fruit growing is about thousand boxes have June buds for sale. White Fly not knownin
new and formative, as is the case,now in fifty orange this section. J. W & F. D. Waite, Belleview, \ P\n 000 STOCK CITRUS TREES FOR
the lower South it falls to the i been sent off by .the firm.CrescentCity Fla. 10-26-6, SALE. Grape Fruit Seedlings,
Sour Orange, Sweet Orange and Rough Lemon
to lead the way in experiments and Philosopher. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCIIES" relieve Seedlings 65,000 Seed bed Grape Fruit Scions;
to make the record of progress. He must m Throat Irritations caused cold with a large stock of all Standard Varieties of
by or buided Orange, Lemon and Limes, now grow-
seek and determine test and To Poultry Business.
prove. of the voice. The sold
use genuine only ing for this fall and winter planting. The Lakeland -
render his results available to the fruit Every farmer should be a poultyman, in boxes : Nurseries) C. M. Marsh, Prop., Lakeland,
growing and tree planting public, his an- and every poultryman should know how I olk County. Fla._8-3-10.

nual summary must be guide and. hand- to breed successfully. The expert in the WALDO and JEWEL Peaches were originated I- TILGIIMAN'S' CONDITION POWDERS will
book, as well as catalogue. by me. My stock is genuine. A full eat and grow fat. Given as a
business is
poultry a very valuable per- line of deciduous fruits for Florida also
; Catley drench to stock that will not eat. Sample pack-
in have
"With this end view not
John Bauscher Jr. Guavas and Magnolias. To
one purchasing
son. poultrymanand any age by mail 35 cents. W. G. Tilghman, Paiatka,
confined our descriptive lists! to outlining seedsman Freeport 111., sends out a $Io worth of my trees, I will give free a sure rem- Fla. 6-29-20
edy for the root knot. T, K. Godbey, Waldo _
4 prominent characteristics merely, but, so
book for the nominal cost of ten cents GROVE. set
Fla. 10-19-3 IRRIGATED 100 acres, 10 years
far as space permitted, have given full which describes the various breeds, andgives treesj50; in other fruit trees, etc.
particulars, in the light of latest experi- much other valuable information FOR SALE CHEAP.. Bangor box sides, clear, For sale at a sacrifice. Address N," The Palms,
heads and orange wraps, manilla Lane Park, Lake County Fla._4 2:-gm
varieties concerning poultry raising. Mr. Bausclu'r's and colors.. Invoiced at $2500.00. Will sell the
'stock this year is in very excellent lot very, very cheap or will sell any quantity de- IF ANY ONE who has been benefited by the
different sections, and to the descriptivelists shape he states better than before. sired. Patties in need of box material, now is of Dr William's Pink Pills will write to
AND they re-
thus amplified have added a chapterof your chance to save money. Address E. II. Mote,
_. ceive information that will be of much value and
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copious hints upon the Care and :Management Leesburg, 10-19-4 interest to them.

of Fruit Trees. The Rural New-Yorker helps and LEMON "EYB-BUDS" and
ORANGE ." For and Lemon COTTON SEED AND CORN. There is no
"Thousands of horticulturists in the Orange "Eye-
reduce the and increase Buds and Scions," enquire of A.J. & D. C. Two. fertilizer for all crops than Upland Cot.
of the South Atlantic and
coast region Riverside California. ton Seed, None cheaper. We solicit orders for
Gulf States have come to look upon the 10-19-4 cotton seed in carload lots. Also for corn in any

Annual Catalogue of the Glen St. :Mary the profits of the farm. BUDWOOD. Bonum Jaffa, Hart's, Old Vinl.Tardiff MediterraneanSweet Centennial, quantity.io-S-4 Mays& Partridge, Monticello, Florida

Nurseries as a year-book of progress and Let us send it this week. Send Maltese Blood, Maltese Oval,Hornosassa. _
manual of reference, and no effort has Majorca, Nonpariel, Washington Navel,SanfordNavel TO MAKE HENS LAY-There is nothing like
at' $6 per woo, 75 cents per 100. Also Bowker's Animal Meal. 40 tons sold in Flor-
been spared to make the descriptions accurate your address ; no money. Dancy Tangerine, Satsuma, Amory's Blood, ida last year. Hundreds of testimonials. For
and intelligible, the cultural infor- DuRoi Blood Pierce's Ruby, Royal Improved, particulars, write E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla.
tion'recent and full, and the illustrationstrue The Rural New-Yorker, and Mammoth Shaddock Grape Fruits, and Eu- tol3tCWANTED._
the 409 Pearl Street, New.York. reka, Lamb, Imported Sicily and Genoa Lemonsat
to objects represented $7.50 per looo; $1.00 per 100 delivered. Buds Land suitable for dairy and truck
Carrying out the idea set forth in FOR WANT OP ROOM have to sell few pure guaranteed free from white fly and true to name, part cultivated, with good house
Langshans and White Wyandottes, and from bearing trees. W. K. Trimble, Braid preferred. Healthy locality, good water necessary. -
the above quotation from the introduc Cockerels. John Aiken, Avon Park, Fla. 10-26-3 entown, Manatee Co., Fla. 10-12-4 Dr. Walker, Millwood, Manitoba. io.s3p

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

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

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

From New York. From Jacksonville
G. JVT.: SORRE Manager.H (Pier 29. E. R.) STEAMER Florida.
Wednesday, 25th, at 3 p m........... "SItMINOLE.. ...........Tuesday. Oct 1st. at 1:30: pm
I Friday II 27th, at pm..CHItROKEE" ....,. ....Thursday, 3rd. at 4:00am:
Tuesday, Oct 1st, at 3 pm..........."IROQUOIS"...... ........Sunday, II 6th. at 5:30: a m
FridAY, to 4th, at 3 p m ........ ".ALGONQUIN".Thursday.It Loth. at 8:30am:
Monday 7th,at 3 pm. .........."SEMINOr.E": ............Sunday.II 13th. a'I2.00 n'n
Wednesday, 9th, at 3 pm ..........CHEROKItE"........ Tuesday, II 15th. at 1:30pm:
I' Friday, IIth. at 3 pm......... "IROQUOIS" .........Thursday, II 17th, at 4:00: am
r Tuesday, II 15t11,at 3 p m ......... IIALGONQUIN".Sunday, "loth, at 5:00am:
Friday 18th. at 3 pm.......... .SEMINOLE"....... .. Thursday, II 24th, at 8:30: am
Monday.II 21st. at3pm ......... CHEROKE "............Sunday, 27th, at 1200 n'n
Wednesday 23rdat3pm..IROQUOIS".Tuesday II 29th. at I.30pm
Friday 2.5th. at 3 pm........"ALGONQUIN"............Thursday. 31St, at 1:30 p m
Tuesday, 29th,at 3 p m ......... "SEMINOLE": : : .... .......Sunday, Nov. 3rd, at 4:30am:

Charleston and Jacksonville Line.For
.... Philadelphia, .

tPai.age H .te.: 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 for PHILADELPHIA, Sundays. Close connection made at'
Jacksonville and Boston or Philadelphia: Cabin $27.00; Intermediate $21.00; Excursion $47.30 ;
Steerage $I4.2:. The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: Charleston with Clyde Florida Steamers, for business to and from Jacksonville and

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

(Central or 90 Meridian Time.) -

Kansas City.-... .......................... ..........0...... .... ..... Tuesday, Oct. I, 4.00 p, m. ST. T : :
City of Augusta .......... ............... ........................ ....Friday, Oct. 4, 5,30a.m. J"OII S IV'"E T hlNE.
City of Birmingham} ............... .!. ............... .......... Sunday Oct, 6, 6.303. m.
Nacoochee: .......... ......... ,....... ................:..............Tuesday, Oct. 8, 7.00p.m.
;:Kansas City ... ...............7......................... ..........Friday, Oct. II. II oo a. m. .
,City of Augusta' .. .... .... .-................. ............. .....Sunday, Oct. 13, i.oop. m. For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
(City of Birmingham ............................................... Tuesday, Oct.0 15, 3.00 p.m.Nacoochee ,
: ............. ..... ...... .................. ... ............. Oct. 18, 5.00 a. m.
Kansas City....... ................o. ............ ................. Sunday, Oct. 20, 6.30a.m. the St. Johns River.
City of Augusta ................ ....... .......... .. ..... ....... .....Tuesday, Oct. 22, 7.30p.'m.
City of Birmingham ...... .......... .... ..... ...... ........... ..Friday, Oct. 25. n.ooa.m.
Nacoocllee .. ............ ..... ........... ............ ............ Sunday,Oct. 27 1.00 p..m.
Kansas City .................. .......... ......................... .....Tuesday, Oct. 29 a.30p.m. Steamer ": : "EVERGLADE"


Tallahassee ......................... ........ ................ ...... .Thursday, Oct. 3, 5.00a.m.
Chattahoochee..................... .............. ............ ... ,.. ...Tuesday: Oct. 8; 8.00a.m.:\ Is appointed 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. 4.30 p. m.
Chattahoochee.. .............. .. .... .......... ...... .... .,.......... Tuesday, Oct. 22, 8.303.m.
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 Bowling Green New York.M. .
( Ships do NOT Carry Passengers.) H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager 5 Bow ing Green New York. .
.City of JMacon................ .... ................................ Wednesday, Oct. 9, 8.30 a. m. D. D. C. MINK General Freight Agent. 12 :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 Macon ......................................... ....... ......Tuesday, Oct. 29 2.30 p. m. F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida:Passenger Agent, 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent foot Hogan Street Jacksonville Fla.
J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street Jacksonville. Fla.
WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents
Connect at Savannah with Central Railroad of Georgia Savannah Florida & Western Railway,
Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad. 18 South Delaware Avenue Philadelphia. 5 Bowling Green New York.
Through Bills of Lading, Tickets and Baggage Checks to all points North and East. See your
nearest ticket agent or write for Freight or Passage to
J. P. BECKWITH: G. F. & P. Agent, New Pier 35 N. R., New York.R. .
New Pier No.35 North River J.New York. City Exchange Building Savannah, Ga.
RICHARDSON & BARNARD Agents, Lewis' Wharf; BostonW.
I,.JAMES Agent, 13 S.Third Street, Philadelphia.W. WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO.
H. RHETT, Gen'l Agt. C. R. R., 317 Broadway, New York. ,
J. D. HASHAGEN: Eastern Agent Sav., Fla. & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway. N. Y.
J.I.,. ADAMS, Gen'l East Agt. F. C. & P. R. R., A. DeW. SAMPSON General<< Agent
353 Broadway New York. 306 Washington St., Boston. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
W. J. FARRELL: Soliciting Agent. W. E. ARNOLD Gen. Trav. Pass. Agt.,
WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agent, ,
New Office, West Bay Street,Jacksonville.
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