Florida farmer & fruit grower
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055765/00355
 Material Information
Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title: Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title: Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: S. Powers
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00055765:00355
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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. 'lowers,Publisher and Proprietor. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 9, 1895. Whole No.,1390 Vol.NEW Ii, No. 15 t










Before buying your Nursery Stock,investigate and know what you axe getting. Know .that
1895-6. you are buying of a Grower and not a second or third hand dealer.
G. L. Taber's Catalogue for THE POMONA NURSERIESare

Enlarged, re-written newly illustrated; 60 pages; 50 engravings; model of typographical art. the most Extensive in the State and ofler all Home Grown Stock., Peaches. Plums, Pears
varieties Latest practice new and and old.best methods of Culture. Most recent experience in orchard and market with Japan Persimmons both Grapes, Figs,Mulberries, Apricots,Almonds, Satsuma and other Oranges and
Lemons on


75 varieties of Roses alt field grown and Budded and Grafted. Ornamental Trees, Shrubs etc.
is sent free upon application,describes over 300 varieties. of fruits and ornamentals offered NO 'BETTER STOCK. NO CHEAPER. NONE SO LARGE.
for FLORIDA and lower South including
It will pay those intending to plant Orchards to visit my Nursery and Experimental Grounds.

Satsuma on Trifoliata---Hardy Orange on Hardy Stock. Write for Catalogue and any information wanted, W. D. GRIPPING, PROP.,




ONLY WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT. am able to supply you with Orange and Lemon
bud wood of standard varieties, such as Safe Arrival and Satisfaction Guaranteed.V .
:Headquarters for Pear Trees. Satsuma Oranges on Trlfollata. Celestial Figs,
One Year: Trees now full of Fruit. Everbearing Mulberries for the Pigs and MAJORCA, A R I ET i ES: Homosassa,Jaffa, Dancy
:JiUItY. Tangerine Hart's Tardiff, (or Valencia Late), St.
Chickens. Elberta Peach Trees by the Thousand. JAFFA. Michael. Ruby, and Malta Bloods, W. Navel,
Send for Interesting Catalogue. SANFORD'S MEDITERRANEAN, Med. Sweet,Mandarin Oranges.I .
MALTA BLOOD. Guarantee Absolutely no Red, White, Yel-
J. H GIR.A.RI .A.U. Prop., MED. SWEET,
MONTICELLO, FLA. ST. MICHAEL,. low or Purple Scale on Buds sent.
Tne true Lisbon Lemon, Villa Franca, Eureka
I Messina,Belair Premium
Royal Overbearing
ROYAL PALM NURSERIES. At the following prices; ,and Imported Sicily_Lemons.

1i4@... 1000, $5.00; 3000. $12.00; 6000 $20.00. A few Pomelo Buds $1 per 100, Others,
CASH WITH ORDER. W4.5O per 1,000, !$10 per 3,000,
#20 per 7,000. CASH WITH
i In Lemons. 'Lisbon, Villa Franca, Eureka,at OUDKK.:
a Varied Assortment
fill We
\ are Offering an Exceedingly Large and. same prices.Buds .
.- of Trees and Plants. delivered without further cost to you and Please send p. 0. Money Orders or Drafton
o .. rJ guaranteed to arrive in fine order. Orders New York only., References Given.
.. ..vp. booked now for June delivery Address, .
Orange, Lemon, Lime. Pomelo, Peach, Plum, Grape, Olive, Dewberry, C. S. BURGESS CITRUS TRKES, OLIVES, PALMS AND
Raspberry, Tropical Fruits,Grasses,Bamboos, Palms, Orchids, Ferns, Cactus, Economic Plants DECIDUOUS TREES, FOR SALE- t
(like Camphor,Cinnamon,Tea, etc.,etc.) in hundreds and U ousands of plants,all well grown and Riverside'Nurseries,
in perfect condition. Send for Illustrated Catalogue,with special list of Citrus for the season. Riverside, Cal Address:

IlEASONEIl ]BROS., On ceo, Fla. Reference.-Orange GrQwers' Bank,Riverside,' I. H. CAMMACK,
Cal. Florida reference given {wanted.
Manatee River Region. Whittier,California.
[ Cut this out for Reference.]


stock of,this popular variety is now ready for delivery. Beware of spurious REASONABLE. .PRICES Excelsior Incubator.

Italian and California stock sold,by northern houses at $2 to$2.50 per pound.OURSE.EDAREGENUINE. 4.1 Simple, Perfect. Self-Regu
Genuine Bermuda Onion Seed Pearl, Ber lating. Thousand.In.ucoeu
muda, White Silver Skin, Yellow Danvers and Ii" batch operation.a larger Guaranteed percentage to of
Top or PerennialNew fertile eggs at less cost than
Both Varieties, White and Red, Packet 5 cents; | oz. 15 cents; 1 oz. 25 cents; Crop of Refugee Beans,$4 per bushel. Circulars free. any prloed other flrst-olajs Hatoher. Hatoher Lowest
\ lb. 85 cents; 1 lb. $3.00 post paid. ONION 9I :L'S. Bendeo.for made. OEO. II. STAII
Illui.Catalogue. 114 to 193 8.6thtis..Qula'T,,I.
EC. :O. HAS' 'MNO die OO., S i i3E ivii: Kr.. Finest Strains of Cabbage, Florida tested.A .
full line of all seeds.
Interlaohen, Florida. Florida and Georgia Seed Rye and Oats. The Rural New-Yorker helps

it Catalogue freo.on application. WINTER< FLOWERING BULBS.Send reduce the mortgage and in-

:''r 300 ACRES IN NURSERY. 0 ONE ACRE UNDER GLASS. Q 38TH YEAR. for price list. crease the profits of the farm. .
L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
:: TREES Specially Adapted to Florida. Jacksonville, Fla.
FRUIT _, Let us send it this week. Send
Oriental Pears,Japan Plums on Marianna Stocks Japan Persimmons. Giant Loquat,Strawberry SOUTHERN PLANTING.Pears your address ; no money.The .
Plants. Grape Vines, etc.. Rare Coniferae, Broad Leaved Evergreens.$ Camelias 50.000 Palms
io.ooo Camphor and Cinnamon trees,Roses. The Greenhouse Department is the largest andJDost a specialty. TrlfoHata OrangeStocks.i Rural NewYorker,
complete in the Southern States. We grow everything in trees and plants suited to Southern -I Prices LOW. List Free. SUMMIT NURSERIES Pearl 1
horticulture. Catalogue free. Address P. J. BERCKMANS, Augusta, Ga. No Agents, Mouticello, Fla. 409, ', .Street.'New.V/'rV' '" III '-,

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State LAKE Agricultural FLORIDA CITY 1 l FLA.College f ed I THE "DAISY"" PLOW


MONDAY, SEPT. 3O 1895. An Implement That Every Gardener and Strawberry

regular courses Agricultural, Mechanical -
,LatinScientificVoIDen' ,equiv .
alent in length studies and honor. Graduatesof
Latin-Scientific course receive degree of A.B.; Shortest Quickest Most AttractiveO
of other courses, degree of B. S. .
A one year's Business Course giving thor
ough instruction in Commercial:LawArithmetic u1rr:

Penmanship and BookKeeping.A .
year's course in Stenography, TypeWriting BETWEEN .
and Telegraphy, fitting students for business. FLORIDA POINTS AND THE NORTH l' "v .-
Graduates of these courses receive certificates of
proficiency. '
A course in Piano Music has been added Florida Central and PeninsularNEW
under an associate of the Toronto Conservatoryof
Music,giving best facilities to students of the .;.,.,
Piano, at a reasonable charge. THROUGH ROUTES. J' '
Military Instruction under a graduate of ,.
New York to Jacksonville by r
West Point. The young men are under Military -. New, Florida Pennsylvania R. R. to Wash-
similar. to West Point The -
Discipline and ington Southern Hallway to
College Physician attends all students without Northern 1 Columbia, Florida Central & .. ..
charge. Lake City is one the healthiest placesin
Air Line.Cincinnati Peninsular to all principal .
America. High Pine Land. Pure Water. In .
points in Florida. ',' ,
eleven years there has not been a death at the i'
College. All courses are open to women. Stu- Cincinnati to Jacksonville by
dents not prepared for the Freshman class can Queen & Crescent to Chatta-
enter the Preparatory Department.To and }nooga.= Southern R'y to Ever-
all students from Florida tuition is Free in Florida ette,Florida' Central&Peninsular -
all departments except Piano Music. Music Limited. to all Important Florida
students pay a reasonable charge. Students points.
from other States pay $20 a year tuition, music Kansas City Fort Scott & ;
extra. Young men board in the Mess Hall at$io Kansas and City Memphis R.li.to Kansas Cftl'Jackso'ville 5f rIm
a month. Young women board with families in }to Birmingham, K'y : fl
town at $10 to$15 a month. College year begins Thro Line to Everette, Fla. Central & ,
September 30. 1895. Peninsular to all Fla. points. ,
For catalogues address Louis Jacksonville by O.O. >

Short Line to Du Quoin,
Q. CLUTE PRESIDENT FLA., Holly Sp'gs 1St. Central to Holly Sp'gs, The best Tool for intensive culture ; saves the expenses of a horse ;
LAKE CITY, Itoute. City, Memphis & Birmingham -
J to Birmingham,Sou. does the work just how and where you want it done.
K'y to Everette and F. C. & P.

Sioux City & Chicago to Jacksonville -
Holly Itoute.New Sp.'gs}Sp'ge, K., 0. M. & B. to Birmingham Thousands of acres of Truck and Strawberries are cultivated entirely by hand.
Sou. R'y to Ever- This little plow has been perfected with special reference to Florida use and
DELAND, FLORIDA. ette and the F. C. &P. with the assistance and suggestions of Florida growers.
Louis'ille & Nash'ille to River
For both sexes College, Normal School,
Orleans Junction. F. C. & P. only
Academy, Art School and Conservatory of Music, To }route with through sleepersJacksonville
An institntion of first rank. Faculty of twenty between New Orleans and

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

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

for young men. ibrary.of 6,000 volumes. Read- Tobacco Jtegwns, Given with this to new subscribers for one for $5.00 f. o..b. at our
paper year
ing room, with all leading periodicals daily ,Stock Fawning and Dairy Section,
and weekly papers. Thoroughly equipped Peach,and Strawberry Lands, Store-room.
r chemical and physical laboratories. Separate Orange, Banana and Pineapple Country,
buildings for Music and Art Schools, with artistsof Phosphate Belt. FARMER; and FRUIT GROWER,
established! reputation in charge. Opens Has the Silver Spring and
October 2. Send for catalogue giving fuliinform- Other fine Scenery JA.OI SOrT IIaLr E, F'JA.
ation. to The Great Hunting Country.
JOHN F. FORBES, Reaches the Noted fishing Ground
President. Has the best lands for tillage, greatest vari- N. B. Special low rates given for Pony, Clipper and Hammock Plows in con.
,ety of soils in the State" and above all nection with the paper. Write us for terms.WHY.

Runs over the Central Rldgeland
Where It Is High and Healthy.
lorida Prosperous towns fill its route and it offers
'Lands the; best freight facilities for any produce to ?
the Northern markets. Send for the popular .
song I
Oranges with Its spirited words and beautiful music Go on."Niggering the Corn off the Cob, Blistering your Hands and

descriptive of an actual Florida Home, and Wearing the Skin off? Buy a"CYCLONE" c
esorts which is gotten up In elegant style-Six pagesof
full sized! best music containing also
a picture of a home in Florida and a hunting CORN SHELLER.t
nvestments scene. It is mailed on receipt of 10 cents (in :
stamps, to pay expense of distribution.)
Send also for the best map of Florida(sen SEVERAL REASONS WHY YOU
free) and note the towns on its route.A.O.MAODONELL.G.P.A. c
.:Developments SHOULD HAVE ONE. c
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1 I.t Attractions Address, : The Fla. Cent. & Peninsular R. R. "' IIIB I It is fully warranted against breaking or getting II
out of order bypower any fair usage. e

js; G. D. ACKER, Offers to ShippersThe ; It takes less to do the same amount of 1 is
'" work than other machine of its size
t Shortest and Quickest 'Route >t any ever
11 THE TROPICAL TRUNK LINE BETWEEN )b I There Is no time lost after you are through tl
1 FLORIDA AND ALL POINTS IN r ''i I '' m shelling by picking the cobs out of the shelled
j JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. V corn, as the machine takes the corn all off the to
,I i THE EAST AND WEST. j ill I1 ,;., cob, drops the corn in the box or basket, takes I:
i With Improved Ventilated Cars, this com- E", the cob on around and throws it off at the back.
I iI pany Is better equipped than ever ever to By a little practice with it you can easily shell
You n handle the Orange and Vegetable Crops, and oue bushel of ears in about 4 minutes or less. c(
Insure close connections and prompt despatchto The sheller is small but it will do the work of
Can Get tt all Eastern Western
and Markets. many a larger machine. te

Ferry's Seeds at your dealers' Through oars to destination with '- The spring can be adjusted to any tension reell
I as fresh and fertile as though out change or delay. quired and can be loosened when not in use, thus
you got them direct from Ferry's Perishable freight followed by wire and avoiding any chance of its giving out. m..'
l3eed 1'arms. shippers advised time passing various Junction A shelter wrench accompanies every machine, TiThe
points and arrival at destination.All .

1 claims for overcharges and loss promptly manufacturer of this machine is rated in the Commercial Agencies at $rx5ooo and is pe
SEEDS justed.
RRY personally known to the Editor to be a responsible man. The pe
. See that your goods are markedvia
F. C. & P. R. R. ma
are known and planted every- CYCLONE CORN SHELLERIs
where, and uro always the For Information call on or address the undersigned dif
bent. Ferry'*Seed Annual : not a worthless claptrap affair, but has genuine merit. of
for 1805 tells all about. O. E. TAYLOR Trav. A'gt Ocala,Fla. Retail price $3.00. Given with thepaper one year for $4.00 or as a premium for three ue\
them, Free. I. W. II. TUCKER, Gen.A'g'l, Orlando, Fla. subscribers at $a.oo each, Address all orders to Jtur
!, i': D. M. Ferry & Co.DetroltMloh. G. M. HOLDEN,Trav Agt!{ Loesburg.Fla
iN Or N. S..PENNfoGTON, Traffic Manager, the
Jao1Jso.A1"V'.111e 1: '1A.
Jacksonville,Fla. :: ,
W, II. PLEASANTS, General Freight Agt dmilfi.

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\k FLORIDA'S CLIMATE. servations has been reached by several behind. The great need of this regionis OTHER DIVISIONS.On .

.I independent investigators, and it may small farms and more population. this outline map you will observe -
It is Not Growing Colder. be considered as an established fact. Sugar cane, planted in December, that the River St. Johns runs
A good friend of our paper made a Very respectfully, grows for years off the same root. along the eastern third of the State,
clipping 'from a recent issue and sentit WILLIS L. MOORE, Sweet potatoes are taken direct from about twenty miles from the Atlantic
to the United States Department of Chief of Bureau. the; ground at' all seasons. Cassava, and sixty miles from the gulf. You
Agriculture, Weather Bureau, and received Mean annual temperature at Key with little cultivation and fertilization, will observe the Suwannee river rising
the following reply : West, Florida, for the years 1830 to produces three or four times as muchas in Georgia and emptying into the Gulf
Mr. ----, 1894: 1830, 77.71831; 76.2; 1832, any other crop. Guineagrass, once of Mexico, and the Caloosahatchieriver
Gainesville, Fla.: 76.3; 1833, -; 1834, 75.4; 1835, 75-5; set and cultivated and fertilized, may running from Lake Okeechobeeto
DEAR' IR-Your letter of October 1836, -; 1837,75.6; 1838,75.7; 1843, be cut every month from April till De Charlotte Harbor. Along the
.23,, inclosing a clipping from the 77.6; 1844, 77.0; 1845, -; 1849, -; cember. Tahiti yams produce enor- course of these rivers where the
FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER, in which 1850, --; 1851, 78.21852; 7741853; mously on land too light and dry to ground is low, called "low ham-
the statement is made that every dec- 76.3; 1854, 76.7; 1855, 76.1; 1856, produce Irish potatoes, and take their mocks," are the only malarial regionsin
ade or century the whole of Florida is 76.2; 1857, 76.0; 1858, 77.7; 1859, place perfectly. Florida. Northern people have an
growing colder, is received.No 77. I; 1860, 77.7; 1861, 78.6; 1862, Tomatoes, egg-plants and snap idea that the whole of Florida is ma-
statement that the climate of a 78.3; 1863, 77.7; 1864, 77.1: ;. 1865, beans are planted from the middle of I larious. This is an error. Florida is
country is changing, made without 78.1; 1870, 78.9;' 1871, "'77.2; 1872, October until January; ,lima beans a no more malarious than many Northern -
reference to the results of accurate ob. 77.2; 1873, 77.0; 1874, 77.8; 1875, month later. Oats and rye are sown States. In fact, not as malariousas
servations, is ,worthy of serious con- 78.1; 1876, 77.0; 1877; 77.0, 1878, in November and cut in April. Missouri, New Jersey, or Connecticut -
sideration. 77.1; 1879, 77.1; 1880, 78.7; 1881, Lands free from crops in April, are and when it is malarious the typeof
Meteorolgical observations began in 78.1; 1882, 78.2; 1883, 78.4; 1884, replowed and fertilized and planted to fever is not as in the above States.In .
Florida about 1825, and have, there- 77.6; 1885,, 76.5; 1885, 75.9; 1887, summer crops at the beginning of the the winter, from November to May,
fore, considerably less than a century's I 76.1; 1888, 76.5; 1889, 76.0; 1890, rainy season in May, such as upland there is no swamp malaria at all.
observations to guide us in any state- 76.6; 1891, 76.1; 1892, 75-7; 1893, rice, cowpeas, pumpkins, sweet pota- Tourists and winter visitors often con-
ment concerning climate changes. I 76.9; 1894, 76.7. toes, peanuts, chufas, millet, kaffir, tract a disorder which they think is
enclose herewith a copy of the monthlymean Mean! annual temperature at Fort corn, Egyptian wheat, and other malaria, but is not. It is the result of
temperature at Key West, Fla., Brooke, Florida, for the years 1825 to sorghums; all this to be harvested in two causes namely, exposure to nightair
from 1830, with a few interruptions, 1882: time to get land ready for fall crops and to the bad sewerage of some
to date. This is the longest meteoro- 1825,72.39 1826 again, thus enabling one to grow two Florida hotels. Many of the hotels in
; 73.32; 1827, 74.19;
logical record that we have for Florida, 1828 73.881829 1830 and three crops per season. D. Florida are wooden structures, put up
; 71.75; 72.99;
and you may examine it yourself in Pabor Lake, Fla.Florida's. in a hurried manner, and with but
1831, 71,421832; -; 1837, -; .
order to determine whether there has little regard .to hygienic principles.The .
1838 1839 1840
7047; 72.05; 70.87; Climates.
been material in the tem- same be said of of the
any change may many
1841, 71.061842; 71.72: 1843, 70.23;
perature of that place. Slight changesmust [Continued from page 649.] hotels in California and all other parts
1844 1845 1846
70.30; 70.50; 71.49;
be expected, on account of una- 1847, 71.56; 1848, 72.701849; 74.26; Lower Florida is essentially tropical, of the United States. Improper eat-
voidable differences in thermometers as much so as the West Indies. The ing and drinking at these hotels is a
1850 73.371851 1852 71.88
; 71.23; ;
themselves, and in their installation, 1853, 72.89; 1854,71.44; 1855, 71.35; I winters are warm and delightful. The' common cause of the socalled malarious -
the tendency always being toward improved heat in the middle of the day some- fevers.
1856, 71,11; 1857, 70.931858; ;
accuracy in the construction of 1869, ; 1881, ; 1882, -; times reaches 85 or 90 degrees, but When you send patients to Floridatell
. the instruments; well as in their Mean 71.9. the nights are not as cool as further them to avoid the margin of these
exposure. As a matter of fact, a Mean annual temperature at Tampa, north, rarely cooler than 70 degrees. rivers; to avoid exposure to sudden
change in the location of the instru- Florida, for the years 1890 to 1894: Consumptives will find the Atlantic change of temperature and all excesses -
ment shelter at Key West in 1887 has 1890, -; 1891, 71.6; 1892, 71.0; coast, from Rockledge to BiscayneBay in eating and drinking or residingin
. resulted in giving us temperatures con- 1893, 72.2; 1894, 72.3. and the Gulf coast from Tarpon low damp houses.
siderably lower than those previously The above may be compared with Springs to Fort Myers and beyond, a THE HIGHLANDS.
. registered. This does not mean that the earlier records at Fort Brooke, climate in winter which is as near per- In studying the topography of Flor-
there was an actual diminution in the near by. I fect as any found in the United States. ida there will be found an elevation,
- amount of heat received, but that the 4..... Some consumptives will find the inte- composed of pine lands, midway be-
readings given by the early exposurewere South and Central Florida. rior of the State to agree with them tween the river St. John's and the At-
faulty on account of radiation Editor Farmer and Fruit-Grower: better, but such location is difficult of lantic coast. This land is elevated
from adjacent objects. Here, between latitude 27 and 28, access now, except along the line of thirty to forty feet above the river
J As illustrating the effect of a faulty in the counties of DeSoto,Lee,Osceola, railroad from Sanford to Tampa. and the Atlantic. On the western
exposure of thermometers, it may be Dade and part of Polk and Brevard is This favored region is paradise for side of the river St. Johns, midway
stated that from the establishment of a climate even more equable and with neurasthenics, for nerveless and nerve between the river and the Gulf, is a
the Key West station to 1887 there soil not inferior to the land further ous men and women, broken down in polongation of the Alleghanies-ex-
.. were, on an average, during the months north. An increase of tropical growth mind and body from the intense strainof tending almost down to Tampa, andat
U of June, July and August, thirty-two on each, shore indicates a nearing to a business and social demands in our places nearly to the Gulf. This
days each year with temperature above frost-free region without an increase of Northern States. The soft, languorous "ridge" is elevated in some places 200
90. Changing the position of the isothermal heat, only a warmer winter. air lulls them to sleep at night to 400 feet above the sea. It is on
instrument shelter so as to avoid the Oranges, lemons, limes, grape fruit and soothes them by day. There is these ridges-on both sides of the St.
eteffect of radiated and reflected heat, it reach, here a perfection and size not no region of the United States that Johns, that patients of all kinds shouldgo
of is found that the true average is about known anywhere else (those plantedby can compare with this, unless it be on account of the dryness of the
ver one day instead of thirty-two days, the earliest settlers, after the Indianwar some quiet, warm valleys, lying on air, the influence of the pine forests,
19b there having been but nine days with ended), until the memorable freezeof the eastern slopes of California, Ari and better facilities for house drainage -
:the temperature above 90 from 1887 tokes last winter, an accident of nature, zona or New Mexico. Nearly all diseases .
be in this of the functional and .. .
1894, inclusive. not likely to repeated gen- heart -
i eli i I also enclose, as of interest in this eration, showed us that we are still a organic, are benefitted by the climateof Pasteboard for Banking Trees.
esse connection, a printed table of mean part of this continent. Besides the lower and middle Florida. In the Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower. .
: of temperatures at Charleston, S. C., in- above guavas, Avocado pears, man- regions above named most of the semi- Thq difficulty of banking orange
recluding fourteen years' observations, goes, several kinds of anonas, subtropical tropical fruits grow. The pineapple, trees by piling sand around them has
bus made from 1738 to 1759, inclusive. trees and shrubs of large size make cocoanut, pawpaw, therimoya: grape been referred to, and the use of paste-
me The annual mean temperature for this one wonder why this part has been so fruit, bananas, and many others foundin board to form a tube to be filled with
period is 65.8, while for the whole neglected, its soil being as good, its the West Indies and Central Amer- sand has been suggested. The ordinary ..
d is period during which observations were location as heathful), its water as pure, ica, can be successfully cultivated.; In- building paper would answer the
made (sixty-seven years) it is 66, a its rain as abundant, its winter milder, jurious frosts do not occur in this region ,I purpose very well. It comes in rolls
difference of but 0.20 from the results its vegetation more continuous than in more than two or three times ina thirty-two inches wide. Split in two
of observations made more than a cen.. localities a hundred miles further north. century. it would make sixteen inches in length,
new tury ago. The conclusion that no Lands are comparatively cheap and Now, that I have described the which would be a fair height for the
material changes have taken place in plenty. Want of railroads in the beginning three great divisions of the State, I protection of sprout and bud, and can
the climate of this or other countries and greed of railroad companies -, will call your attention to other divis- be cut in lengths to make a tube of
during the period of instrumental ob lately, have left this part unduly ions and their relations to invalids. any diameter desired. This can be
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folded around the tree with a small Ogon, the one the South Jersey asks an agent for a catalogue by whichhe
lap and tied with a string, say one- planter referred to had been so can corroborate the facts or,annihilate -
,. third of the way from top and bottom. blessed with, had been recommendedto his lies. But no man is wisest on
This could be filled with sand. It him because it flowered late, there all subjects.Nature seems to have
t would last a year and be a perfect by running a good ,chance of escapinglate adopted the rule of not placing all
protection. Cost of the paper wouldbe frosts, and from the fact of its being the good qualities in any one place or
three and a-half to four cents a an early ripener. On both of subject. Iron is stronger than gold,
I yard, and would make from six to these points he had been more than but the gold will not rust. If Professor
? eight tubes to a yard. The rolls contain satisfied, and his abundant and early Munson had the eloquence and ges-
+ between sixty and seventy yards cr.op had netted him a considerable tures of Mr. Howell, perhaps he
Jt each, and can be bought in Florida.G. profit. This is a yellowish fleshed wouldn't have the patience to make
W. HASTINGS. plum, with a rounded,shape and usu- his experiments. If LeConte pears PAIN-
; Interlachen, Fla.Japanese. ally a pointed apex. It is a juicy, were as good as Bartletts they might
m sub-acid sort, with somewhat of an : not grow from cuttings. If Kerr and KILLER
Plums. apricot 'flavor, and it proves quite I Kirkpatrick were handsome, perhapsthe
For several years past it has been hardy in the North. Before forgeting I former would not look so critical ''I'IIE GREAT
known that the Japanese plums were it, I must say that this sort bore this and the latter so meditative when they Family Medicine of the Age.
succeeding remarkably well in the large crop of plums when other trees sample new, fruits.A .
Southern States. It has been nearly of the ordinary European sorts grow- hundred-dollar mule will do more Taken Internally, It Cures i
since their intoductionthere. ing near,it failed to produce any, the plowing than Nancy Hanks. You can Diarrhoea, Cramp, tend Pain in the
twenty years I Stomach, Sore Throat Sudden
Those who were the first to curculio destroying then whole crop. not get the best milch cow and the best Coughs, &c., &c.
set them out have been more than The Burbank has been tried in a more beef cow in the same stock. You can Used Externally, It Cures

pleased with them, as they have ex-, moderate way in the North, and not teach a pig to sing, but a child Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Sprains,
celled, in most all respects, both the with good results. It is of a cherryred soon learns; but feed them both highly Toothache, Pain in the Face, Neu-
foreign and native kinds heretofore color, large and well-flavored. and the pig approaches its perfec- ralgia, Rheumatism, Frosted Feet. ,
planted. The excellence, as reportedfrom These comparatively new plums seem tion and the child gets cross and dys- No ortlcle ever attained to such unbounded
the South, consists in the suretyof destined to be of great use in the peptic.If populurity.-Salen&An article o: great Ob"erver merit and virtue.-Clnn.
a crop, its abundance and the good North, as they have already proved in the Alexander peach ripenedlater 'We Aonpareil.cn7 bon t-r t1moDY to tho efficacy of the
quality of the fruit. One of the firstto the South, and it would be good poli-- it would doubtless be a better Pnln-Booth llIer.!l'tho We 8"vcrebt huvo p seen itr, and its magic know it effects to be in a
be tried is the Kelsey. This is avery cy to set out a few of them.-Mee- peach. If the Chinese Cling were good A speedy nrtlcle.cure-Cinrl/uia for tin-no 1 Dmpatcli.family should be
often from han's Monthly. smaller it might bear oftener. Thur- Without it.-Montreal/ Trannrripl.
plum being
large Nothing/ has yt surpassdthe: : rain-Killer.
I seven to nine inches in circumference, Whatever may be true in the North, ber bears more bushels than any other which In use.-is Tenn.the mOISt Onraii.valuable family medicine now
and of a reddish yellow color. It has the Japanese plum is not proof againstthe variety, but there are larger peaches, It has real merit acquired,; as a means a of removing pain.
; found its way to ,Northern markets for curculio in the South. The most earlier peaches, finer colored peaches, .lle/clI.p2rlenn.c.hDtt Pain-Klller.-Nell'porl l reputation(KV.equal) Daily to
several but unfortunately that can be proven is that they are better flavored peaches and better It is really a valuable medicine-it is used by
years many Physicians. llntton
: the tree itself has not proven hardyfor less liable to attack than other varie- shippers. There is no end to 'these made by of"'PERRY imitations, buy Traveller.' only the genuine
'j" general use at the North. Thereare ties. comparisons. All corroborate fact urge bottles,25 and$ boa DAVIS< Bold ,uverlwhere.i .
? t it
though, varieties that will thrive H that no one peach possesses.all the desirable -
North, and of late years quite a number Seedling Peaches and Ignorance. points in any great degree, and THE GREAT
Family Medicine of the
i" of persons have grown them, and We have received many letters con- but few approach perfection on more Age.
l'' with hardly an exception have had cerning seedling peaches, but didn't than two points-in size, in regularity, Taken Internally, It Cures
much satisfaction. Among the sorts get the breath knocked out of us untila in bearing, color, flavor, shipping, ear- Diarrhoea, Cramp, and Pain in tho
I'y; referred to are the following: Botan, few days ago'when we received a let- liness, uniformity, etc. Elberta is Stomach, Sore Throat, Sudden Colds
&c. &c.
I Burbank. Chabot, Ogon and Satsuma. ter 'from a gentleman high up in the nearest an exception. Coughs, ,
.'s These have been growing in the vicinity management of the A. & M. College.It Used Externally, It. Cures
It of Geneva, N. Y., a great plum time for some one to teach the selection Toothache Cuts, Bruises, Pain, Burns in, Scalds the Face, Sprains, Neuralgia ,
!:i growing center, and nothing but satisfaction people to observe and think and make the public demands that he, in a great Rheumatism, Frosted Feet.No .
I seems to have followed the 'at experiments. We don't like to pay measure, avoid small peaches, and article ever attained to such unbounded
{ tempt. Quite recently, when taking all the mbney we can borrow for a lot right then, theoretically and practically popularity.An article-Salem of great Observer.merit and Tlrtue.-Clnn.
: a run through South Jersey, I found of budding and then have some good he loses productiveness, and then Non"areil.
We bear to
several fruit growers there delightedwith man compliment us for adopting the the average planter concludes that the PAin-Killer.can We testimony have seen its the magic efficacy effects of the in
their success with these plums.All "true and only genuine" way of grow- budded orchard bears less just becauseit good soothing article.the-severest Cincinnati pain Bit, pate and'*know. it to be a
agreed on their excellence, but ing trees, to wit, from seed. Please is budded. The nurseries that have Without A speedy it.-care Montreal for pain Tra -,rript.no family should be
what pleased them most of all, was don't call me progressive retrograder. grown up in Texas found it easier to which Nothing is the has most yet valuable surpassed family the medicine Fain-Killer now,
the vain attempt of the curculio to effect The letter commences: "Dear sirsI sell old'varieties from, Maryland and In It use.has-real Tenn., merit Organ.; as a means: of removing pain
a lodgment in them. To the am told that you have peach seed Delaware than to convince the pur- no Perry medicine Davis': has Pain-Killer.-Newporl acquired a reputation,(Ky.equal) Daily to
j Northern fruit grower, pestered for saved, for sale, {from genuine seedling chaser that he had better varieties of Nett It).is\ really a valuable medicine-it la und by
; years by the curculio, until plum cul peaches; if so, I would be very gladto local origin, and the young nurserieshad many Beware Physicians.of imitations-Boston, Traveller.only the genuine
ture had to be abandonedthe new race get one-fourth, perhaps one-half to make the change and gain the large made bottles by "PERRY,25 and CUc.DAVIB." Sold everywhere,
is hailed with delight. One grower bushel of seed. Would like to get an confidence of the people by degrees.
had set out a small lot of the Botan, assortment, that is, to ripen at different Those old drone varieties which were seed is sure to produce a peach like
or Abundance as it is being called, times early, late and," etc.I demanded by the people just because its parent. A few varieties frequentlydo
and had already been rewarded by a have not yet asked the doctor they knew the names and had perhapsseen but the great majority seldom or
good deal of fruit. Another had set what he charged me to cure my paral. a few specimens, did Texas hor- never. It is not objectionable to
out quite a number of Ogon, and had ysis. If this much of the letter fixes ticulture much harm. plant from ten to twenty-five per cent.
trees breaking down with fruit. Andit Huffman so he can't write I will tell We have faken grafts from several of a family peach orchard in seedlings, :
must not be forgotten that no spray- the balance of it. varieties of mean little seedlings and but do not pay anyone much more
ing had been done. In reply to an Now, this letter is just like many every''' one produces heavy crops of than it costs to ''dig and pack them. '
inquiry of mine as to the work of the others that have been written. The the 'same mean little peaches. Bud- When you buy trees ask for speciallysure t
curculio, I was told that hardly a position which the writer occupies ding does not perceptibly change the bearers and see if you don't,get
fruit had been hurt by it. In fact, so makes it more striking. Let us thinka characteristics of any variety.An several varieties that beat any of the
] few had dropped from that cause that minute. The average seedling agent from a responsible Texas seedlings.-Texas Farm and Ranch
t more might have fallen to the advant- orchard of the past has borne fuller nursery in approaching a farm met a -- 4....----
. age of the tree, as it was overloaded. and oftener than the average grafted man selling only seedling peaches. On Peaches In'the South. ,
There were marks of curculio I orchard, so it is natural for an averageman asking why he had quit selling legitimate
attacks on many of the plums, I to conclude that budding or graft. stock answered, why should I The peach industry in the South is
but the eggs which it is presumed they !I ing a variety makes it less fruitful,and spend five years making what I can approaching a magnitude that bids :
laid, never hatched. This apparent the people get that idea clinched by a make in one year ? I sold that man fair to rival that of' the East Coast and ,
proof against the curculio was noticed :( tree agent, who expects to make money twelve trees for twelve dollars, which has led the editor of the "Rural NewI I
from the start, when these plums by clinching the idea. The honest gives ten dollars or more clear profit. Yorker" to make a visit to the Georgia -
were first introduced from Japan, but ( farmer doesn't know which agent is The people have always talked seedlings peach district, and make it the
it was deemed by many to be accidental telling him the truth. He doesn't to me, so I thought; would help subject of several articles in which he
I and accumulating evidence know which ode intends to, visit him them talk." contrasts the cultivation of the peachin I
seems to show that they are really so. next year. Scarcely a' person ever Now, our position isthis : No peach the South with that -of the East.

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Horticultural WonderCassabanana. crops in one season are wanted. In provement and gives promise of per-

China the fiber is prepared by hand fection. So' soon as this end is at-

and the commercial supply is obtained tained, so that the fiber can be pro

J. L. Normand of Marksville, from that country. Labor is too expensive duced at as low or less cost than by

writes as follows to the Southern in this country to permit ramieto the Chinese pauper labor, there is no

If any of our readers have be cleaned for the market with any question, that the cultivation of ramie

or know anything of the fruit re profit by the Chinese method. Hence will become one of Florida's promi

to, we would like to hear from the need here of machines to get rid nent industries.
One of the chief .....
characteristics of bark and other valueless parts. --- -----

the cassabanana appears to be its Such machines have been invented, The Gainesville post office is the depository -

and shipping qualities, and if but they have tilt now not been fully for over seventy five money

other notable virtues it might successful. Success is,howeverthoughtto offices, including Ocala, a second class
the horticulturists of Florida to in office. The business of the post office
be sight, and when it is attained
it. Mr. Normand writes: Southern farmers can further diversify compares very favorably with that of

wonderful fruit is produced on their last year, notwithstanding. the freeze

of very rapid growth, an an- The crops.Agricultural Department pub- and the prevailing dull times.; Thereis

belonging to the melon family, lish illustrations of the fiber producedby only one perceptible falling off in

will climb to the top of a very machines in comparison with the any branch of the office, says the
tree and all over it in one season. hand work, the disparity of which is postmaster, and that is in receipts for

close to a wall, its tendrils as yet very considerable. The Anderson special request envelopes.-Sun.
catch on with a remarkable tenac- machine No. is quite
2 an 1m-
and climb to the top of a four or Get up a club for the Fruit-Grower.

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story fruits building.are the shape and size of -The- St. Augustine Route.Jacksonville .

sausage, twelve to eighteen

long, and three to four inches St. Augustine & Indian River Railway.Time .
diameter and of a bright scarlet
Table in effect April Oth, 1805.
when fully ripe, and have a

fragrance of the pineapple-in- THE ALL RAIL LINE TO LAKE WORTH. :

so strong is its aroma that it will
a whole building with its delight-

odor. It requires a long season to STATIONS No. 23 No31 No.35 No. 37 STATIONS. No 32 No.3 No 36 No. 7(. No. 78

and produce an abundant crop, -

here from August to after Lv Jacksonv1l1e.. ..... 10 f)51Ml250P.M) 715PM LvW Palm m:M A .. ..,... 715AAIArSt.
way Augustine .. 1155AM200PM 815PM .. Riviera.Caro ............. 241M
In the North the seeds should Lv St. Augustine ....... 12 OSP.M ...... ... .... ,. West Jul ...... .=gg ...... .........7 5OAi
in in the .. Iastings... .. ...... 12 40P.M ...... .... ... Hobe S'lA.? ........,en ...... ........ 8 04A.M
i pots early spring, .. East Palatka.. : ...... 12 liSP.M ...... ..Alicia .... ..... ..... .... 8251M
set out in open ground when dan- Ar Palatka ..... l 12OPM .... .... ... .. Stuart.... ...... .p.'r'cd ., .. ....... 8 38AMLvPalatka
.... ...... 12 3OP.M ...... .. Jensen... ...... ... .... ...; 8 4GAAiAr
of severe cold is over. The keep- ... Eden.... ...... .!.;... m ... .... .... 8 52A11
quality of the fruit !is something re- San :Mateo.. ...... 210P.M ....... .... .... ? Ft. Pierce..... .. ..:dgt;., .... .... 9 20AM
...... .....
Lv San Mateo. f. 114.0A.M 1. St Lucie. a p.:;::: .. .. .... ... 9 261MArOrmond
Last year I picked a lot of Jc't.... ..... 220P.M ...... .... Melbo'ne. ...... ...doo b ...... ........ 1104a1A
after several frosts about the lat Lv Ormond....... ......, 2 28P.M ...... ........ .: Sarno .... .. : s ...... .... 11 llA.M
.. OrmondJc't. 2 4.0P.M ..... ........ .. E'uGallie .. Uw e.. ...... .... .... 111SA.M
part of November, and put them .. Daytona ..... ........ 251P.M ....... .... .. Uock'dge .\\dGl: .
... Port Orange. ......... 300P.M .... '.'. IIotels. ...... .3 .... ....11WA.M
I'A They colored up nicely and .. New Smyrna ....... 3l8P.M ... .... ..'., .. Cocoa .... ...... ._ ooI.j .. .... ....1204P.M
sound until January following .. Oak Hill....: ....... 3 40P.M ....., ...... ... CityPoint > : ...... .... .... 12l3P.M
.. 20P.M ...... .... .: cd ...... ;... 12 4SP.M
we made some nice preserves .. 50P.M ...... .... .... .. Oak II Ill ...... ,c. ..... .... .... 116P.M
.. 57PM ..._ .. .... .. N Smyrna .. .. e.S;::: ...... ......... 43P.M
them. .. Titusville..4 .. Pt Orange..... ...... .... .1 OlP.M
10P.M ..... I ........... Daytona ...... a ;::s.... .... .... 2 09P.M
The Cattley O ava. .. .... .... 45P.M ...... .....:.. Ar Ormond J ....: .g e ...... .......... 2 2OP.M
.. Sarno.:: ......... ....... 5 48PM ...... ........ Lv Ormond. ... ... =...q. ...... ........ iii.. 25 PM
'fruit receive ..Melbourne.... ,..... 554P.M...... .... .... OrmondJ ......00. ...... .... .... 2 40P.M
does not the atten- .. St. Lucie ..... ....... 730P.M ,..... ........ Ar E Palatka .. ... Gi'EA, ...... .... .. (05P.M
that it deserves, or did not before .. Fort Pierce... ....... 736P.M ...... ....... Ar S Mateo -...... c .-. .-
.. Eden...... .... ........ 8 05P.M: ...... ....... LvS Mateo } cI+cd .... .... 2 wry
disaster to the orange trees set the Jensen...... ,. ....... 8l1P.M ...... .... .. cdQcd ...:...:..:..-. ----:
The ........ 819P.M ..... ........ ArPalatka.. .. .!o4.S ...... .. 340PM
: thinking. Cattley is ..Alicia......... ....... 832P.M...... ..._... Ly Palatka.. .... .. !o w::1;; a ..::.:.::::::..... .
hardy on the east side of the .. Hobe Sound.. ... ". 8 55P.M ...... .... .... Lv Hastings .... F oog! ,.q ..... .... (20P.M
.. West Jupiter. ...... 1)08P.M) ...... ........ ArStAug'no.. ...b. ::s ..... .... ..... 455P.M
river, near Jacksonville, and Riviera .... .. .. ....... I 9) 36P.M ...... .......... LvStAug'ne.7 OOA.M .o@ ...... .... .... 500P.M
wherever the 9 45PM ArJack'ville 815AAI .. OOPM
W I'almBoach .
hardy or- Ar.... ............ ...::::::: ......;. :::: '::::::: .. .. I IZ 8 :::::: :::: :::: .?
can be grown. It is an attract

evergreen shrub, growing four to Connections via :A. & W. Branch.
feet high, with dark, glossy foliage.

to have no.disease or insect SOUTH nOUND. NORTH nOUND.

varieties are ,fairly prolific in STATIONS. No. 1 No.3. No.- No.STATIONS.. No. 2. No. (. No. 4.Ii .

The yellow fruit one and a --
V. New Smyrna.... 700A.M330P.M ...... ...... Lv. Tampa...... .. ....,. .. 94S1M ...... .
to one and a half inches in Lako lIe Ion....... 8 28A.M 4 15P.M ...... .... .. Ossimmee...... .... 6 SO.\.M\ 1200n .... ....
is delicious. The red or Orango City. .... 8 52A.M 4 26P.M ...... ...... Orlando............. 7 40A.M 12 3OP.M ........
Ar.OrangoCity Junc 9 OOA.M (30P.M ..:. ...'. Winter Park. ...... 7 31M 12 45P.M ........
is smaller but superior in Do Land...... .... 1015AA4 ...... ,. ...... u Sanford...... ...... I 9) OO.\.M\, 15OPM ..
... ......... .... .... .... .. 350P.M
and The Sanford ... .. ... 1 OOP.M IS lOP.M ...... ...... DeLand. ;
fragrance. principal .. Winter Park.. .... 155P.M60'2P.M...... ....... "Orange City Juno.. 1220P.M 4:45P.M: (4SP.M
ripens in July and August; the .. Orlando ... ..... 210P116 lSP.M .. ..... Orange City......... 12 28P.M. 4. 5.1P.M 4. 53P.M
Kissimmee...... 2 45P.M 6 5OP.M ...... ...... U Lake Helen.... ..., 12 37P.M 5 15P.M 5 l5P.M
in November. Tampa ..... 515PM 9 (8P.M ...... Ar. New Smyrna 1 2OP.M 6 45P.M 6 45P.M
: bushes are easily raised from .
All Trains daily between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
and a little protection to the Trains south of St. Augustine daily except Sunday.
in the rows is Trains 81-, 37. and 38, make no stops between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
plants nursery Trains: and 78 carry Buffet Parlor cars between Jacksonville and west Palm Beach.
in case of frost.-Florida Train 85 carries Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car en-route from New York to St. Augustine.
Train 37 is composed exclusively of Pullman cars, excepting on Mondays, when train is
equipped with regular coaches.
Train 38 carries Pullman Dining and Sleeping cars on route St. Augustine to Now York
Kamie. via F. 0. & P. and Southern Hallway, dally.
Train 38 carries Pullman Sleeping aud Dining Cars, St. Augustine to New York via Atlantic -

report of Charles R. Dodge, Tram Coast 38 Line is composed excepting exclusively on Sundays.of Pullman Cars, excepting on Sundays, when train is
agent of the Department of equipped f with regular coaches.
Train 78 carries Buffet Parlor Cars West Palm Beach to Jacksonville, also Pullman
on the cultivation of [ Sleeping Cars en route St. Augustine to Now York via Atlantic Coast Line : also Pullman
and on the machines invented Sleeping Car on route St. Augustine to New York via F!, C. & P. and Southern Railway
minutes for dinner at Ormond Junction.
Passengers on Trains 81 and 78 have twenty
it for the market, shows This Time Table shows the times at which, trains maybe expected to arrive at and depart
be cultivated from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaran-
the cannot
plant teed, nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising
i in the United States north therefrom.

Gulf States. Prolonged cold J. R PARROTT, JOSEPH RICHARDSON,

kills it. A warm climate and Vice-President, .. General Passenger Agent

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Canaigre. growing again as soon as the needful the winter,the stock rising to a heightof was bedding the land, planting the '

Florida Ruralirt.- moisture comes. This indicates the about eighteen inches, bearing a rice and hoeing it once.

From mode of keeping the roots for seed, in flower and seed which are valueless.In One of my nearest neighbors raised
Mr. H. Kerr of Texas has
J. at Waldo ,Florida so dry sand or loam, in a dry place. Keptin the spring this top dies and the tu- this year 400 bushels of rice on be-
far experimented piles for any length of time, it heats ber remains in the ground during the tween ten and eleven acres of rank
with canaigre tanners' dock Ru-
or that he is ( and spoils. summer, maturing in tannin. A crop new ground, and all of my neighbors
mex hymenosepaluf), making Excessive moisture depresses the can be made each year,but the farmercan plant more or less rice for stock feed,
for the of
arrangements in the planting of a tannin percentage while increasing the leave the crop either in the groundor as it is a surer crop than corn, pro-

large acreage with view vicinity tradeto weight of the crop, which may possiblybe barn for three years without any ill duces equally as well, if not better,
Tampa, a From to an export the principal' difficulty, in its culti- effects, provided the land is not too and with much less work. It is justas

Europe. present appear- vation in Florida. A crop of ten tons low and wet."There good feed for all stock, cattle and
this bids fair be
new plant
ances factor in the an per acre, from roots planted in one is no waste. At the top of hogs as corn, some declaring the straw
important vegetable pro- season, is said to be a fair average each tuber is where the seed is located; I superior to fodder as forage. Therewas
ductions of Florida. One ton of this
production.It '. these are cut off, the rest of the tuber plenty of it cut in the flatwoodsthis
root is claimed to have in the tanningof
is not necessary to harvest the being marketed, and the seed, together year that the entire field would
fine leather the value of five tons
root at any particular time, since it with the new bulbs or tubers, are all ,average five feet high, with heads from
of oakbark and our readers will beI'
': does not deteriorate any more than marketable articles. It very much re- ,ten to fifteen inches long.-Home and
interested to have all the information
' cassava by remaining in, the ground, sembles the sweet potato, forming un- Farm.
to its cultivation. Its value
possible as .
. .
I' but actually increases its tannin der the in similar
per- ground a very man-
I for tanning and that there is a market Dogs and Olover.
centage, about the time the buds for ner. Those planted in Florida went
I for it are assured. The remaining
the second year's growth begin tomove. the last freeze here without
t: question is that of the best conditions through The following which .we find in
: for its cultivation as to climate, soil The tannin appears to increaseto .suffering any ill effects." Texas "Farm and Ranch" was reallyone
and mode of culture. a maximum at the end of the second ..-- of Darwin's discoveries announced
I after which time it
'! As to climate, a sub-tropical one season, seemsto Upland Rice.I many years ago :
remain constant. The roots do not "How does the number of dogs ina
seems to be the best adapted to its ride into the arena again on
die in number of my
or decay any years, neighborhood affect the of
It is in Octo- crop
propagation. planted hobby, upland rice. My short letter
when left in the ground.
clover seed? It has been demon-
ber November blooms in
: or Januaryor last spring received so much favorable
I its seed in Canaigre differs from most crops, strated that, where dogs abound, the
February, perfects April attention that I am constrained to
and the dries in As soil in that it can be harvested wheneverit ciover never seeds freely. The explanation -
top May. to write again on the same subject, especially -
it does best in soils whichit best suits the farmer's convenience, is this : Dogs and cats are
light, sandy as the largest crop of upland
it is probably advisable not to natural enemies. Where are
though dogs
seems to occupy naturally by preference. rice ever known in this country has
postpone the harvest beyond the been harvested.The numerous, cats keep to the houses and

The easiest way to obtain a stand second year. just subject is worthy the attentionof avoid the open fields. Cats destroy

., of the canaigre is to plant the smaller While an excellent keeper, when a much abler pen than mine, for field mice when dogs are few, but not

\ roots obtained in harvesting the crop. kept dry, it quickly spoils when in this cereal has proven itself of more I if dogs are numerous. Field mice, if

With a reasonable amount of rain, they mass. It cannot, therefore, be value this year than all (the others in undisturbed by cats, destroy bumble-

will quadruple their weight in one shipped green any great distance, and this section, and I shall deem myself bees, and red clover depends upon
and must be dried or converted into bumblebees for the fertilization of its
season, produce abundantly. ex a public benefactor if I can bring up-
When the seed end of the root is tract. Drying is costly and laborious, land rice into general use. flowers. If the flowers are not fertil-
the will and requires machinery for slicing as ized, no seed is produced. Bumble-
planted, upper portion recon Until the common cane or reed
struct its lower part by new growth, beets are sliced for sugar making. produces seed annually in as great bees have been imported "in many

which differs from the older growthby Converting it into the extract is con- abundance as it did this year in East places for this sole...purpose....

its smoothness. Propagation by sidered the preferable mode, and saves Alabama, upland rice will be the A i remarked
prominent man yester-
seed is not but experimentswill cost of transportation. Three tons of
general, greatest cereal that can be planted for that there is in Leon
be made by the California Experi- root will make a half ton of extract, several reasons. It produces more day money
than at corresponding
ment Station (through which these containing sixty to sixty-five per cent per acre than corn, wheat or oats,with county period for now the past fifteen any years. The

facts are principally obtained) the of tannin. less work than either, except oats, and picture is probably overdrawn, but it

present season. When the ground is Mr. Kerr says: "My idea is to get will do well on poorer land than any will doubtless hold good for five or six
moist, the roots will stand close plant- the farmers of the State into the cul- of them. I demonstrated the last fact I next preceding this.-Tallahassean. ,

ing, say nine or ten inches apart, as ture of it at once. They can safely this year by raising a good crop of years.

in the case of sugar-beets, and theyare count on from $20 to $40 per acre net. rice on a worn-out hillside that would ...

cultivated very much in the same An acre will grow from ten to fifteen hardly sprout cow peas, and the first James Harris, formerly of Citra, is

manner. tons, each .on being worth from $4 to by getting a better crop on better planting an orange grove of eighty

Canaigre roots will sometimes remain $5, according to the nature of the soil land, but with hoeing only once and acres at New River; and an Ocala

in the ground through several and the cultivation. The seed are never plowing it at all, so that all the party is putting in 100 acres in limes,

successive dry years, without injury, planted the fall, the plant grows i in work expended on that piece of ground lemons and oranges.-Tropical Sun.



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Poultry.Edited Early each morning and every even
.. ing a basket of green stuff was cut
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with a pair of shears and
by S. S. DeLANOY, Apopka, Fla. given to
\ them. The results have been most A PO P KA, F"LORI I DA.

Save the Best. satisfactory. We have had lots of fertile -

Let no inducement in price make eggs, and nice, thrifty, healthy + ':I'HOROUGHBREDINDIAN : +
fowls. It to raise chickens and
far interests pays
you so forget your own as GAMES.Good
to attend to their wants and needs.- .
to best birds-for
part your you General Purpose Fowl: Best Table Fowl known.
will have cause to regret it ever after- Nebraska Farmer.

wards when you see the quality of 4 BLACK MINORCAS.Greatest .

your birds deteriorating instead of im Some Successful Poultry. layer oflarge,White Eggs.

proving. Old breeders know the BLACK LANGSHANS.General .
truth of this full well, and do not re My hens are a cross of Plymouth purpose Fowl, Best Asiatic for Florida
quire any advice on this subject; but Rock with Light Brahma, alternatingthe
there are scores of young breeders male birds each year. The resultis SEASON.

who have a lot of very creditable birdsto a fowl with many desirable quali A.few Cockerels at $r 50 and$2 oo. Will cost more next month. Buy now and save 50 percents
Fowls shipped at single express rates. One half the usual cost. .
dispose of for the first time. A fancier ties-large size, early maturity, good

with an eye to business" comes layers, excellent for the table, and a MEAT MEAL, CRYSTAL GRIT, OYSTER SHELL. ETC.

along, admires the birds, selects a quiet disposition. When the male is s. S. DeLANOY.: PROP.Having .
number of the very choicest, such as a Plymouth Rock the chickens will

should never leave the loft, offers what all be like him ; but when he is a other property will sell my Orange and Poultry Farm located on Lake Apopka. 18
appears to the young breeder a very Brahma they will range in color from Acres exchange, 12 in for Grove.well located Good property.building, stock Write, implements. etc. Bargain price. Terms easy; or will

fair sum,and he lets them go, thinking almost pure white to glossy black. In

he has made_a big bargain of it, whereashe this way the flock of each year is entirely -

has really sold his "best tools," and different from that of ,the preceding ENTERPRISE

r he will find it utterly impossible, with one-a great advantage, as the
the very best he has left, to raise a old ones are then easily sorted out.I a

single bird as fine as those he sold, and plan to raise 120 chickens each & RAISIN SEEDER
I if he persists in selling his finest birds year. Early in March fifteen of the

for two or three seasons, he will soon very best and largest hens are selected, """'IM t MINYTp -

have nothing bnt scrubs'to sell, whichno and, with the male, kept apart from A simply constructed:, and TINNED labor and time-saving
one wants at price. The best the others, and their eggs saved for machine. Removes every seed without waste. Capacity-Small
any Small Size $1.00. size, 1 Ib.in 5 minutes; large size, 1 Ib. a minute. At all dealers In
and only way for a fancier to do who hatching. For this duty, the lightestin kitchen goods. Write for Catalogue of helpful labor savSrs-free.
wishes to improve the quality of his weight are chosen as fast they become Large size 2.50. THE ENTERPRISE MFG. CO., 3d & Dauphin Sts., Pliila.makejajdry'mass f

birds and bring up the standard, is to broody: A very heavy hen is

take the first pick himself, taking all liable to break her eggs and crush her L-.r-L.. .h _f -- I
he may need for his own breedingloftfor chicks when hatching. We have an : seasonedlwithsaltand possible without boiling. Pick the

the following season from his flock old building 6xio, with one small win- cayenne pepper. I give hot milkto legs dry before scalding. Hold by

of youngsters before parting with any, dow, and in this the nests are made, drink. They have their breakfastat the head and legs and immerse and

and then he can sell as many of the on the ground, in a row around the. 8 o'clock, and at 4 a feed of wheat. lift up and down three times. If the

remaining birds as he may be able to sides, with only large sticks of wood No dinner, unless it is too cold or head is immersed it turns the color of

find customers for.-Western Poultry between them and in front, to keep stormy to let them out. Then they the comb and gives the eyes a

Journal. them in shape. get a large basket of litter from the hay shrunken appearance which leads buyers -
-*..--- As fast as the chicks are hatched loft, or a few nubbins or corn. They to think the fowl has been sick.

Profit In and Care of Chickens. and dried, they are taken into the get all of the apple parings, and pick The feathers and pin feathers should

But few realize how profitable poul house and placed in old flannel. When over the ashes, both wood and coal.I then be removed immediately, very

and production can be made twenty-four hours old, they are fed very seldom lose a hen. The greatest cleanly and without breakingthe skin;
provided egg as much time and attention is, hard-boiled eggs; after that Graham danger to be avoided is getting I. ,then "plump" by dipping ten seconds

given to it as to other less important bread crumbled up dry. They are them too fat. But I observe them in water nearly or quite boiling hot
vocations.many Someone has decided kept in small dry goods boxes and very closely, and if one is getting in and then put immediately into cold

that a hen can be kept for less clean paper slipped under whenever that condition, she goes into the din- water. Hang in a cool place until
they are fed. They are covered witha ner-pot or to market, in short order. the animal heat is entirely out. To
than It is
fifty cents a a
year. poor cloth when and well As raise dry pick chickens properly the work
specimen of a hen that will not lay sleepy, wrap- we a good many potatoes,
ten dozen a At the low ped up at night; but care must be there are, of course, many unsalableones should be done while the chickens are
eggs year. taken to leave a chance for a little air enough to last from October to bleeding. Do not wait and let the
price of ten cents a dozen this would
or they will smother. I keep them ina March. The droppings of the fowls, bodies get cold. Dry picking is much
leave,a net profit of fifty cents. At
shop where there is a stove, and the eggs and chickens which we use more easily done while the bodies are
this it will farmer
rate to
pay every cover the boxes with netting to pre. in our family of six, should be worth warm. Be careful, and do not breakor
keep a flock of hens and them
There is give of vent them jumping out. After the nearly or quite half as much as the tear the skin. In dressing turkeys,
care. no danger
proper weather gets settled, I put them in 'grain they consume. So I calculate observe the same instructions as givenfor
over-production. As long as the Uni--
ted States annually imports millionsof little low, board pens with wire net- that $100 of the $130 per year is, aside preparing chickens, but always

dozens of the market will not ting stretched across, and take them from the work, clear gain.-C. E. dry pick. Dressed turkeys, when dry
eggs out at night. At 'six weeks old, theyare Waite in Rural New Yorker. picked, always sell best and command
be glutted. taught to sleep in their hatching t better prices than scalded lots.Farmand
Fowls to be profitable, must be
given proper attention. Those run- house, and given their liberty. Theycan How to Dress Poultry so that it Home. .

will almost take of now eat wheat and cracked corn, will Command Fair Prices. Mr. E. conversationwith
ning! at large care J. Ingraham in
and but little trouble.As .
themselves for a part ot the year. Poultry should be kept witbout food a "News" reporter this morning
They are our gleaners and economizers soon as the roosters weigh 35 for twenty-four hours. Full crops in-. spoke in the most satisfactory terms of

for they every day convert into pounds I begin to dress them and send jure the appearance, and are liable to the progress down the coast. He

eggs what would otherwise go to them to our customers. As we go to sour, and when this does occur, lower states that the settlers in the new town

waste. However, fowls in confine- the city with our butter every three prices must be expected than choice of Linton, are a lively class and already .
ment need different treatment. Meat weeks,this makes no extra work. Theyare stock will bring. Never kill poultryby have more than 1,500 acres of

food must be supplied. The most glad to get the chickens at from 50 wringing the neck. To dress land cleared and ready for cultivationof

satisfactory means of providing thisis to 60 cents apiece. By Christmas theyare chickens, kill by bleeding in the vegetables and oranges.-St. Augustine

to secure a green bone mill and all disposed of in this way, also the mouth, or opening the veins of the News.

give them green cut bone. This meat hens at from 60 to 75 cents each. Nothing neck. Hang by the feet until prop- t m <

food, or at least some sort of similar is then left but the pullets, which, erly bled, leave head and feet on and The Shakers out near Narcoosseeare

food, is almost an absolute necessityfor by this time, are laying well. do not remove intestines or crop. purchasing numbers of sheep and

yarded fowls. Tender green stuffis .My henhouse is nothing but an old Scalded chickens sell best to home purpose to engage extensively in sheep

also valuable. Last fall I sowed a stable built on the south side of the trade and dry picked best to shippers, raising. There is an abundance of

patch of rye for early spring "greens.." barn. It is boarded up on the inside, I so that,either manner of dressing will pasturage and no doubt this will

Early this season a patch of oats was and has one large, low window. I feed do if properly done. prove to be a paying industry in this

put in to furnish green food after the hot, boiled potatoes in the morning, For scalding chickens the water section of Florida Kissimmee Val

rye .had become too far advanced. i with cheese curd and ground feed to should.. be as near the boiling point as ley.







An instance may be cited (thoughmore !
; State News. Our Rural Home.Edited
than one might be given), in SCOTT'SGARBODIGESTIVE

which a wise woman has for long

Gainesville is in the lead with two by MINNIE GILMORE MILLS long years honorably worn the crown

machines for baling hay for shipment, St. Thomas. Fla. and has a voice (much as it may be *'

and the quality is said to be equal to .
doubted) in the affairs of one of the .

I the best Northern product. If the importation The "New Woman" and the Old. greatest nations on the globe. Thereare CO1VIPOUND. I

I of hay into this State can be as many "happy homes" in that .

entirely checked, the exportation of The subjects under discussion by land over the sea as in any country .
the "new woman" and her -
thosands of dollars will likewisebe representatives
many where a woman not rule neitheris
checked. In their own good time and the average man often give "distinction of may sex" there "obliter-, Positively the one,Kemedy for the treat-'

I Florida farmers will yet catch on to rise to heated arguments, and thus the ated." ment of

the racket.-Punta Gorda Herald. peace of the family is endangered; but
And would to God could
I yet we
all this be avoided. No doubt ,
I Pineapples that have been well always be certain of having a wise

cared for since the freeze bid fair to every woman ought to know where ruler, a man worthy of his place and Simple and Aggravated forms of
she stands unless in where
a case
produce a full next summer a ; calling and woman be left to her
I crop own
is bliss. I confess to and of the Heart
"ignorance Dyspepsia Palpitation
fact which tends to show that the home and friends, nor ever be forcedto
but little attention\ to the
/ pineapple industry is one of the most having paid mingle in the crowd of bread-win
the old
new'woman myself; one occu-
reliable cropsthat can be engaged in, time and she is Does your food sour after eating 1?>> Are
I and also that Brevard county has at pies my thoroughly, as she is among them is her mis- you easily confused and excited 1?>> Do
in evidence still the
least one source of income that requires very new fortune, not her fault. I know there I you get up in the morning tired and un-
I one will have considerable trouble in refreshed, and with a bad taste in the
more than a ten cent freeze like has been much said about women who
her mouth ?
: the last to knock it out. (Calamity crowding out. are well provided for leaving home Is there dull sensation
God ordained that man should be a cloudy at-
j howlers will please make a note of this and children to the care' of servants tended by disagreeable feelings' in the
the head of the family but he should
: fact.-Eden) item in Florida Star. ; that they may usurp the salaries that head and eyes?
hold the reins of with
/ : government a Are irritable and restless 1?>>
Another great enterprise is about to men ought to be getting, but I believe you
hand-should issue
gentle never acommand" Does heart thump and cause
I be inaugurated in this State. It is the '. to his wife. The authorof such are exceptions, not the rule. gasp your for breath after climbing a flightof youto
Even for this, kind of a wife and
sawing and preparing of hardwood "On the Defensive "A stairs?
says :
\ timber for furniture. H. J. Sterling, woman who can command and love mother, I can find some excuse, how- Does it distress .yOU. to lie on the left

of Michigan, passed through the city ever. She may be well provided for I side?
her husband at the time is
same an
: yesterday and while here he informed according to the ideas of others, but Have you impaired memory, dimnessof
What about the
exception. man vision, depression of mind and gloomy
who knows as well as herself? Where
the reporter that he would form stock
: who can "command" the partner of forebodings?
as soon as he returned home there is a "family pocket-book," it is These mean that
company his joys and sorrows, who tries to con- symptoms you are
for the purpose of establishing an extensive stitute himself her thinker ? Can the generally in the man's pocket. She suffering from Dyspepsia and Nervous

:' saw-mill plant and sawing lumber may have checks ad libitum, but a Exhaustion.
husband the who has
respect woman There is other
extant that
no remedy
woman does not care to fill out
'to be used in the manufacture of a
no mind of her own, or who'is afraidto has done so much for this class of trou-
check for the small items of
furniture.-Gainesville Sun. every-day
it it bles asSCOTT'S
give expression to fearing may
and I could
Superintendent Hugh Allen of the happen to clash with that of her lord expense, never see any
valid reason why she should not
famous "Hiawatha" grove on Lake and master? Where there is ,no respect earn CARBO-DIGESTIVE
(if fitted for it) and feel""':
Minnehaha has done deal of money yes,
a great there can be no real love. .
and in a measure beindependent.This CO MPO UND.
fine work on the place this summer, I agree with the writer, that : "In "

and Mr. L. F. Dommerich, the New the mass of families selfishness pre- very "pecuniary dependence,

York millionaire merchan proposesto vails and on the part of the wife, my dear sir (for of course no woman If your case has resisted the usual
wrote that excellent article "On theDefensive" methods of treatment
add few valuable we are particularly
a more improve-
parental love, exceeds the maritaltie. "
anxious to have this
) was the small mustardseed" yon give compounda
ments this winter-one being a thous- ." But this state of affairs is not trial.

and dollar green house for choice the result of woman usurping man's that has grown into such a pro- We guarantee relief in every case and

plants, flowers, etc. Mr. Dommer- place; this is no new thing. Divorces digious tree. Men have ,been too will cheerfully refund your money shouldour
rich has short-sighted to see the natural resultof remedy fail to produce the most grat-
already expended some$r50- have always been too common; un-
a thoughtless habit matter ifying results.
the "Hiawatha" very no
000 on making
grove happy marriages have existed since
Please remember that the
the loveliest and attractive winter how generous they may be, or how
most the world before
began, long woman Patent Medicine does not apply to
much confidence they have in their
home in Orange county.-Orlando raised her little voice in a nation's Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound.It .
wives. If a woman is able and willingto
Reporter.Mr. affairs. If laws against divorces, or earn something,her husband seldom is a prescription put up by a leading

J. Durrance, of Homeland, at least, the ease with which they physician who has made stomach and
troubles himself how it is and
planted four acres west of Fort Meade, may be secured, were to be enacted, spent, nervous troubles a specialty for years.
friction is avoided.If .
and reports having made 4952 barrelsof as one of the results of woman suffrage, We court investigation and earnestlyurge
men reap the reward of their all physicians to write us for the
good sound corn on one acre, or surely all right-minded men and women thoughtlessness-to call it by a mild formula SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE -

by weight fifty bushels of fifty-six would welcome her among their law name-in regard to their dealings in COMPOUND, which we will mailon

pounds to the acre. He applied 400 makers. And there are other laws that with their wives application, that they may satisfy

pounds of the fertilizer, scattering it would, no douht, claim their atten- money matters we themselves of its harmless character and
have at least the right to "I told excellent virtues.
well in the water furrow, and then tion, that would be conducive to the "
bedded up the land for'cultivation peace and welfare of the home circle you Thomas Fla. Scott's Carbo-Digestive CompoundIs

and gave it three plowings. On three -laws that our wise ,men have not, it ,
... the most remarkable that
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acres he applied 200 pounds to the seems, considered'important.If science has produced. It has succeeded
acre and made thirty barrels of corn the strongest bond of the wife The tender Cavendish banana, thatis where all other remedies have failed.

per acre. He is very much pleased to her husband was her dependenceon sold all over the North, is at home Sold fcy druggists everywhere. $1.00

with the result, and as he is one of him for protection and support," here. It is fruiting all over Fort My- per bottle. Sent to any address in

our most intelligent farmers, his ex- no wonder there have been dIsruptions ers now, despite the unprecedentedcold America receipt of price.Don't .

perience will be of great benefit to his in the family from time imme- of last winter. I moderately forget if results that we cheerfully not satisfactory. refund 1
your money are -
neighbors who will take advantage of morial, no wonder a man who has fertilized a piece of pine land and Order direct if your druggist does

it for next year's crop. Mr. Durrance Satan in him can transform a loving, planted out a plat 12x40 feet, and sold not have it.Address. ,

also experimented at his home placeon peaceable wife into a very imp of $12 worth of bananas from ,it in two all orders to

a field which he fertilized with stable darkness. He can hold her'dependence" years, besides all we wanted for home

manure in the drill, some twenty loadsto over her head, keep her terri- consumption.-Dr. L. C. Washburnein CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO., I

the acre, leaving one acre without fied at the thought of going withouther Fort Myers Press. TOPEKA, KAS. I
--.+.-_. For sale by J. E. Kirk &Co., Main and For-
any manure, on which he used only allowance of bread and butteritmay syth streets,Jacksonville.

175 pounds of the same fertilizer, and be just his way of "protecting." Hon.L.B.Wombwell,Commissionerof I

he was rather surprised to find that If a nation's hope and strength is in Agriculture, will soon have for free 500 BOOKS ETC FREE.Send

this light application gave better re- its happy homes (and most assuredlythis distribution a limited supply of Cuba, .

sults than did the twenty loads of sta. is true), who is responsible for the Sumatra and home-grown tobacco tiful souvenir ten cents of the and CottoQ get by States return and mail Interna-a beau

ble manure. This is quite an object- downfall of nations in past centuries, seed. tional Exposition, postage prepaid, and your

lesson to our farmers, it shows that when man was chief and only ruler, e name of Commerce's and address special printed"Mall in the Order Atlanta Directory Journal !

the right use of the right kind of fer- when woman's voice was seldom THE MOST SIMPLE AND SAFE REMEDY that will go to exhibitors' and hundreds of mail
,. for a Cough or Throat Trouble is"Brown's order firms who will send you sample books,
tilizer is a splendid investment.FortMeade heard, when, even in the }home circle, Bronchial Troches,11 They real papers, etc, FREE.
Pebble. man's word was law ? merit. possess JOURNAL of COMMENCE,
Atlanta Qa.i .

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Woman Suffrage Has No Terrors.For happiest results of the new employ- They are useful to keep hot pans from

Our Rural Home: ments for women is that they are not burning and blacking a table; are niceto Served inJTwo Wars.

In THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROW. now forced to marry uncongenial hus set hot dishes on to cool-especial
ER'for October 12th and 19th, appears bands, as in the past, simply to save ly pies-and are useful to set anythingon BULLET FAILED.
an article entitled "On the Defensive." themselves from being comparative or to cook slowly or to keep warm.

It is a good i illustration of how many actual outcasts. It is useless for me without cooking' the stove. Our Sympathies Always- Enlisted in tho
II'' unquestionable facts may be so deftly to recite these facts; they are familiar Many thanks for suggestions contained Infirmities of the Veteran.

intertwined with propositions so far to every intelligent reader. Insteadof in the above letter. I had not From the Herald
( Woodstock, Va.)
from being unquestioned as to make becoming more dependent, womenare heard before of the augite stove mat. There is an old soldier in Woodstock,
: the l latter lean heavily on the former going to be more helpful to them- Some of these suggestions shall be Va., who served in the war with Mexico
for support. I often when reading selves and others, and instead of bemoaning speedily utilized, especially the hoops, and in the war of the rebellion, Mr. Levi
such articles feel that one should be : the fact let us rejoice that it which certainly must be good for the McInturff. He passed through both these

thankful that he was not born a pess- IS so. W. E. DRISCOLL. purpose. Please accept apologies for wars ships,without howeyer a,serious told seriously wound.on The him hard-, for

imist. How much more of good cheer Manatee, Fla.P. this delay, and come again. You when the grip attacked him four years ago
one can spread about him who honestly S. Since writing the above I no- may feel certain of a sincere welcome it nearly killed him. Who can look on
I believes that things in general tice in the Youth's Companion that from Our Home Folks all round the the infirmities of veteran without a feel-

I are not going to eternal smash.I New York and Chicago both of which circle. ED. O. R. H. ing of the deepest sympathy? His towns-
people saw him confined to his house so
I consider it best for one not so afflicted have had so much trouble in securing prostrated with great nervousness that he
I to show all the kindness possi- honest and efficient street cleaning, The'elder bushes usually proves could not hold a knife and fork at the table -
ble to the unfortunates of the other have had women appointed as com- nuisance on a farm where they seem scarcely able to walk, too, and as he

school, and smooth their path as muchas missioners. The effect has been mag- to be determined to spring up in attempted him it he treated often stumbled and fell.
the best talentto
They saw by
ical. Streets that clean abundance in of the annual '
Those who predict such were never spite ,
possible. be had, but still he suffered on for
woeful results from female suffrage before are inspected almost daily and cutting and rooting out. But many a years, and gave up finally in despair. One
have their existence just as naturallyas not the least neglect is now allowed, farmer is willing to admit that the eIder day, however, he was struck by the account -
those who have opposed changesin and that is in the slums too. It is berries make most delicious pies, of a cure which had been effected
the Manhood suffrage had such facts as these that spoil all such when this recipe is followed : To make by the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
past. He immediately ordered box and
much more. said against it than will predictions as those made;: by our wri-- pies from fresh berries, use those that menced taking them. He a says he com-was

probably ever be said against woman ter. We will:have to put women into are perfectly ripe. Pick carefully from greatly relieved within three days time.

suffrage. It was predicted that if many offices, that have heretofore, as the stem, put them in a colander and The blood found its way to his finders
in the em- a rule, been used to rob instead of pour boiling water over them to take and his hands, which had been palsied,
women engaged many new
serving the people honestly and effi- the rank taste which they usually assumed a natural color, and he was soon
have entered the away
ployments they past enabled to use his knife and fork at the
few years that they would unsex themselves ciently. W. E. D. possess. Put a good flaky crust in table. He has recovered his strength to
that men would not respect your pie tin, sift one-half teacupful of such an extent that he is able to chop
them and thousand other such Augite Stove Mat. flour over it, and sprinkle one-half wood, shock corn and do his regular work
a pre-
For Our Rural Home. about his home. He now he cannot
of that add says
like this teacupful sugar over now
dictions sounding exactly A remark in Our Rural Home some one-half of berries sprinklingover only walk to Woodstock, but can walk
writer in THE FARMER AND FRUIT time led think that pint across the mountains., He is able to lift
ago, me you them little Add
GROWER, who opposes woman suf-- a more sugar. up a fifty-two: pound weight with one
find that the who had not used the augite stove mat, some small pieces of butter and the hand, and says he does not know what
frage, yet we themselves for women the and perhaps had not seen them, so I juice of half a 'lemon to each pie, or Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have done for
have fitted new enclose you an advertisement by of others, but knows that they have done a
two tablespoonfuls strong
fields of bread winning actually out- work for him.
will that great
which see they are
you very Cover with and bake
strip those who listened to the predic- cheap and where they are to be had.I a top crust He was in town last:Monday, court day,
tions of the pessimists and marry far slowly. and was loud in his praises of the medicine .
for which I
use one paid twenty-
that has him relief.
given so great
above the plane they would croakers.have five cents and find it very convenient, I STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, ) I He purchased another box and took it
done had they listened to the but milk will bbil over on mine, if it LUCAS COUNTY. J} vs home with him. Mr.\ Mclnturff is will
Even after woman suffrage becomes is very hot. FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that be ing to make affidavit to these facts.
general, every woman who wants to In the of July i3th you kind- is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. The proprietors of Dr. Williams' Pink
paper Pills state that not
business in the they are a patent
CHENEY & Co., doing
follow the old way will be at libertyto ly say that you will repeat a recipe fer City of Toledo, County and State afore- medicine but a prescription used for
do so. If there was the great ad- making vinegar from corn, and I, for said, and that said firm will pay the sum many years by an eminent practitionerwho
vantage to women claimed by these one would be glad to have it, if it of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each produced the most wonderful results
writers, for'ignorance and self abne- will keep pickles well. If you will and every case of CATARRH that cannotbe with them, curing all forms of weakness

gation, then those who practice them give it, I will feel that I am under one CURE.cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH blood arising or from shattered a watery nerves condition, two fruitful of the

will have less competition. How'far more obligation to you. You have Sworn to before me and subscribed in causes of almost every ill to which fleshis

;: cical arguments against progress be- given me so much comfort throughOur my presence, this 6th day of December, heir. The pills are also a specific for
come, held up in the light of latter Rural Home, that I feel myself A. D. 1886. the troubles peculiar to females, such as
day experience! How am I to avoida your debtor, and realize that I make a rwc suppressions, all forms of weakness,
A. W. GLEASON, chronic constipation,bearing down pains,
hearty laugh when reading very poor return when I say that I sEAL )f Notary Public. etc., and in the case of men will give
writer's doleful plaint about women thank you very much. speedy relief and effect a peamanent cure .
crowding men out of employment and Enclosed are two items which I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally in all cases arising from mental worry,
forcing them into idleness. Can't thought might be of use in your de and acts directly on the blood and mu- overwork, or excesses of whatever na

such people see they belong to a past partment. Both are original with me. testimonials cous surface free.F. of the. system. Send for can ture.be They given are to weak entirely and sickly harmless children and

generation instead of being leaders B. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. with the greatest good and without the
and teachers of this progressive age? Pink Pills sold
JAPAN PERSIMMON PIE. ItirSold! by Druggists, 75c. slightest danger. are by
Unlike these writers, I rejoice that all dealers, or will be sent post paid on
daughter lives in the present Take the Triumph, or any other va- Stephens f receipt of price ((50 cent a box, or six
my riety of persimmon having little astringency Mr. S. F. this city, is boxes for $2.50-they: are never sold in
rather than the I am willing to
past. naturally, using only thor preparing to ship 1,400 boxes of or bulk or by the 100)), by addressing Dr.
forego many things for which some I! oughly soft, ripe ones; remove the anges to New York at an early day. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenec-

opponents of women suffrage waste seeds, cut them up, and over the He has been driving around the coun- tady, N. Y. e,. _
money tion that, to will give lift my her daughter far above an the fruit in each pie, put three teasponfuls try buying this fruit quietly and is now R. A. Henderson today made a
tartaric acid water about ready to begin shipment.--Lake-
entire class who sigh for a class of of lemon juice, shipment of 100 boxes oranges and
about as sour as lemon juice or very land Sun. fruit Verhalen Bros.
women without ideas, or any powerto .. 40 boxes grape to ,
enforce them if accidentally they good vinegar and add sugar as for any W. C. Longe informs us that the Chicago. He receives $2.75 per box
good pie, also cinnamon and a little I the and box for
should have any. oysters are propagating freely in the for: oranges $5 per _
With rare exceptions, the women nutmeg or allspice ; cover with a top Halifax again, but that the season's grape fruit; f. o. b. steamer. N. L.

who do not want to vote do not know crust and you will have a good pie, supply will have to be principally Langford made a shipment of orangesa
affairs have when it is nicely baked, which is waters. It few days ago.-Tropical News.
anything about public or i drawn from the lower coast
done if the oven is right.A ... ..
been so dominated by their surround- will take two or three years to fully restore -
ings that they have feared even to KITCHEN HELP. the size and quality of oysters to The strawberry crop will be light

look into the subject seriously. Instead Those who try them will find several the Halifax river.-Halifax Journal. this winter. The acreage, owing to

of trying convince women small sheet iron hoops of differ. .* the great scarcity of plants and the
in the D. Bruns who brought 165 colonists dry weather, will be small. There
that they should be more dependentupon ent sizes a great convenience H. .
men, there are numberless rea- kitchen. Have the iron cut a scant to Green Cove Springs/states to has been a great deal of trouble recently -

sons why the opposite views should inch in width, and the hoops made the "Gainesville Sun" that they have in getting plants to live-

.lie impressed upon' ,them. One of the\\ f four, flve and six i? J inches in diameter, already bought:$7,999 worth Qf J find. Gainesville Sun,


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Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower tend to do the Florida oranges a great ing off the middle man, known as the in the world, perhaps (the valley of
deal of harm. It would seem to us it commission merchant, broker or jobber, the Ohio river), ,can be bought for,
i! A Weekly Newspaper published at 16 Main might be well for Florida orangegrowers but wherever such a plan has been tried, say $50, and the crop will be 60
these have made a
Street, Jacksonville. Fla. growers or shippers
to look into the matter. failure of it. bushels (excessive estimate) of 56 lbs.

. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION i "Enclosed hand you postal card this "Then, again, it must be plain to the each, or 3360 lbs. of corn of which 78

For One Year ...............................Sa.oc moment received offering Florida or- orange growers and shippers of California to- per cent is starch, or 2620 lbs. of
For Six Months.*.... ............II II.. .II.. 1.00 box shooks for repacking Jamaica forming this organization, and starch to the acre. An acre of cassava -
In Foreign Countries ....................... 3.00 ange so intelligent a committee as are visitinghere estimating lowest experimental re-
Subscriptions in all cases cash in oranges. that such large distributors as the :
advance. No discount allowed on one's "Also enclose you clipping from a Porter Brothers Company,the Earl Fruit suits yields 40,000 lbs. of root, of
I'" own subscription(except in a club), but to letter received this a. m. I Co. and the Redlands, Cal., and other I, which 22 per cent is starch, of 8,800
all agents a liberal cash commission will "Yours very truly, corporations besides P. Ruhlman & Co., lbs, of starch per acre. The land for
be allowed on all subscriptions obtainedby "'AUSTIN KIMBALL & Co." Pattee & Lett's representative, Lyon growing the cassava will cost from '$ito
them. Write for terms. Bros., Pape & Deyo, and other large receivers -.
To every new subscriber we will send,, The clipping referred to above is who are not identified with this $5 per acre. The cost of plantingand
postpaid, a copy of Whitner's "Garden- from a firm in London, England, and particularly philanthropic movement ir growing the crops are so nearly
ing in Florida." For two new sub- is as follows: I the sole interests of the poor grower and 3 identical that it need not be considered.
scribers, at $2.00 each, we will send, "Some clever people have been shipper-do not propose to stand idly by "With interest rate at 6 per cent the
postpaid", a copy of Moore's "Orange sending forward here some Jamaica and see the Exchanges supply the best corn farmer must make $2.70 per acre
Culture. trade it while they are paying
as were
Rates of advertising on application. oranges packed in Florida boxes. They high rents and keeping a large corps of; on his crop more than the cassava
Remittances should be made by check,, have sold well, LI per box last week employees, in order to dispose of their grower, to cover interest on his land
postal note money order or registered and 22S. 6d. yesterday. They will sell oranges to such trade as the Exchanges investment. At 45 cents per bushelfor
1 letter to order of well for the next two or three weeks. are willing ((1)) to let them have 1 corn, the crop would yield to the

I FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER, "Yours truly, objects"If the ideas of the as Southern herein set California forth are Fruit the farmer $27 gross, or $24.30 after deducting -

Jacksonville, Fla. "W. N.-WHITE & Co." Exchanges, and the committee's opin- interest on land value, and, as

We do not know of any United ions are settled that way, the sooner it long as competition has practicallyfixed
CONTENTS. States law requiring fruit to be cor- gets to work to develop the plan, the the value of corn, we may as-
rectly marked, but there ,was a law quicker it will aid that organization to sume that the cost of production cannot .
Florida's Climate; South and Central Florida; passed by the Florida Legislature,overa die."We be materially lowered. The manu-
advise these California
'I Florida's Climates; Pasteboard for Banking
i Trees.................... .................. 707 year ago, providing that foreign fruit consider well the plan they propose to facturer then must expect to continueto
Japanese Plums; Seedling Peaches and Ignorance I passing through Florida must be follow the coming season. Two can playat pay for his raw material, corn, the
; Peaches in the South................... 708 marked with the name of the country that game, and if they have any idea equivalent of $27 for 2,620 pounds of
1 A Horticultural Wonder; The Cattley Guava; where produced. of running against the people who have starch, or about $4 per 100 pounds.But .
j Ramie............................ .... .... 709 ... made markets for their fruit, they will the labor that the
same acre
-- <' <<--- grew
... find these merchants ready to meet them
Upland Rice; Canaigre; Dogs and Clover. 710
I POULTRY-SaVe the Best; Profit in and Care California Carries the War Into and furnish them with plenty of reminders of corn, transported from the $50
of Chickens; Some Successful Poultry; Howto Africa. on how to properly market California land of Ohio to-the $5 land of Florida,

Dress Poultry................... ..... .... 711 oranges another season. would for the same or less wages grow I
.. State News.. ........ ...................... ...... 7i2 While the orange-growers of Floridaare "In the mean time let us see what and deliver to him for $24.30 the raw
OUR RURAL HOME-The New Woman and taking a rest or nursing their progress the committee is making and material in full as good form for I
the 01d.................... ................. 712 sprouts.ehey are likely to have some when the plan is finally launched, we ,
t 8,800 pounds of starch, or something
have for them.
\ Woman Suffrage Has No Terrors; Augite may more news
valuable experience worked out for "
under 28 cents
100 pounds.
Stove Mats; Japan Persimmon Pie; Elder- '4... per
berry Pie.... ..... ...................... .... 713 them by their sanguine brethren of *--4
Starch.At .
Cassava for
Southern California. Flushed with
EDITORIAL-Jamaica Oranges Sold for Flor-
Henry Wood on the Law of Supplyand
idas; California Carries the War Into Africa; their victory last winter over the com- the request of the Bartow Board Demand.
Cassava for Starch; Heury Wood on the Law mission men, the Fruit Exchanges have of Trade Mr. E. W. Codington pub-
of Supply and Demand.................... 714 'I'I "
committee the cities'of lished in the "Courier-Informant" The law of and demand is
Markets............. .... ..................... 715' sent a to largest a supply
The New Dwarf Bean; The New Cotton Bale, 715 the East to make arrangements for long artcle on the above topic. It is fundamental and universal, and it is
Farm Talks; Wanted-All Kinds of Produce handling their oranges in stores of so suggestive .nd valuable that it is futile and injurious to oppose it. Un-

(cartoon) ...................................... 716 their own under officers and employeswho worth while to prune it of the minor der all free conditions, these two elements .
Clearly Unconstitutional; The Stock Question are to receive their orders and errors which might injure its useful- will equal' each other and the
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their pay entirely from California: ness wth novices.He fulcrum upon which they are balancedis
To Encourage Florida Truckers; Rye and
Barley; Beggarweed a Soil Renewer; Good They claim with confidence that the states that his own experience. adjusted by price and competition,

Seeds .............. ............... ,....,.... 718 exchanges will handle from fiftyfiveto "indicates that a good quality of high until the equilibrium is perfect. To
1 sixty-five per cent. of a crop esti- ; pine land will produce, with fair cultivation -:. oppose these natural forces has always
Weather in Jacksonville. mated at about 10,000 carloads, or II and no fertilizer, about 40,000 caused trouble and always will. *

Week Ending Nov. 4,1895 3,000,000 boxes. Of couse, this directly pounds to the acre the first year." "In transportation, a normal rate is
antagonizes the commission men, I Our own experience was on first class! that point above which demand falls

a a id.1 ..cI.:.. cI bO: cd aqDATE. 'iii"w:: and the New York ,Fruit Trade Jour- I flatwoods land which had been heavily off so rapidly that profits diminish,
00 er; 00 :s =a II:! h.4 I nal shows its teeth and gives a premon- I fertilized for strawberries for three and below which even a great increaseof

Oct. 29. ..-. .....64- 69- -79 60- -19 70- -0Oct. itory growl in the following extract: years, and a good application of ma- business would lessen them. How

.30. ..............64 65 73 59 14 66 .12 "The question arises: Will this plan nure was given to the cassava, yet it much each particular variety of freightwill
Oct. 68 58 12 64 .02
31. .51} 70
Nov. I...II.... ....64 62 71 62 9 66 1.01 insure to the grower or shipper of Cali- did not produce one half the above bear, without in any way hinder-
NOT. .2. .....p..5-i 58 63 53 10 58 .21 fornia the best returns for the fruit. In amount. A yield of 60,000 pounds. ing its greatest possible increase and
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Nov. .53 64 51 13 58 0
Nov. 3.4........ ...62 64 6S 60 5 62 ,01 the first place it will shut out competitionin represents 8,800 pounds of pure starch, development, is a very delicate prob-
- the State of California among the mer- and much doubt if I lem and be solved with
....... we very any high great
Mean .60 64 69 58 12 63 1.37 chants of the different cities who other- I
Total rainfal1. wise would have purchased there,becausethe pine land will give that without fertil-- care. Take the extreme case of a road
A. J. MITCHELL, Observer. Exchanges would be in a position to ization. that has no possible competition. If
load up a market against such sales He says it "may almost wholly even such a road attempts impose
Jamaica Oranges Sold as Floridas.A made. take the place of potatoes and the artificial rates, business is hampered,
well-known orange-grower sendsus "Then, again, the Exchanges would cereal grains for the human family." settlement of tributary territory dis-.
themselves in a position of
the following letter received by him to place get closer to the .consumer by selling trying It might do this in the form of tapioca, couraged and profits actually dimin-
from a New York house, whose nameis to peddlers who would otherwise patronize but no housekeeper who was not ished.
a guarantee of correctness: the jobbers. In this particular could forced to do it by very short allowances "In no other kind of businessis
"NEW YORK, November i. the jobber afford to buy Exchange fruit would be willing to spend an houror the old, familiar principle of 'large

"Mr. : Exchange's when his trade store is to urged buy to? go direct to the more in cooking this refractory root. sales and small profits' so applicable{

"DEAR SIR-I am in receipt of a "It will, no doubt, result in antagonizing Mr. Codington gives the price of and profitable as in railroad transpor-
letter from the other side advising me the most important branches of the Florida lands to be used in its cultivation tation.: An increase of twenty-

that there a good many Jamaica or- fruit trade,viz.: the commission, jobbingand at $i to $5 an acre, as com five per cent in general expenses mightbe
anges being sold over there, repackedhere brokerage business. These peopleare pared with $50 an.acre for corn landin sufficient for a business one hundred ..
I in New York in Florida in a great measure, the mainstay of the North. He overlooks the fact cent.
expect, the fruit industry, and it is folly to as- per greater
boxes and sold in Europe for Florida sume that by cutting off their patronagethe that it costs $15 or $20 an acre to clear "The highest order of executive
oranges. Exchanges can hope to realize greater the Florida pine land. talent is required for the successful
"While we have not looked into this profits for their constituents. We quote the following paragraph : management of vast railway combina-
matter at all, we hardly think this fruit "Growers and shippers not only in The' manufacture of glucose is today tions. The chimerical plan that the
California but in of the
when sent abroad has the brand Jamaica many parts an immense business in the United control of these vast interests shouldbe
to them
country, are having preached at
oranges on them, which the law requires different[ times the necessity of getting States, with corn as a base of the prb- assumed by the general govern
and certainly in the encl musts closer fc> the consumer, and thereby kill- j duct. Qne acre of the best corn land ment, to be the sport of politicians,


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"If corporations were blotted out, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Nov. 8.

we should be set' back a century in FRUITS AND PRODUCE. J"ACKSONVIL-J.E.: : ,

everything that pertains to an advanced
inventions Corrected by Marx Bros. The Oldest National Bank in the State.
great These are average quotations. Extra choice
and discoveries would fail of lots lots fetch sell lower.prices above top quotations,while poor CHARTERED, 1874. CHARTER EXTENDED, 1894.By .

practical and general application." Grapesi5-lbbasket................... .20 conservative, yet liberal methods, this bank has achieved the highest reputation for solidity
Lemons, Messina, box............... 5.00 strength and ability to meet legitimate demands. '
The general movement on the partof Oran.es,Jamaica, bbl....... ......... 7,00 We buy and sell foreign and domestic exchange on the most favorable terms, drawing our own
the farmers truckers and fruit Pears, Kieffer, per bbl............... 1.25 drafts on all parts of the world.
; Apples,bbl.............. ...............3.00 to 3.50 We invite a visit or correspondence, looking toward business relations, assuring you that
growers of Florida to adjust their in. English Peas bu..... ................. 1.60 favors shall at all times. receive intelligent and careful attention. .
with the Cocoanuts.............. ..'............ 4.00 *
terests transportation compa- Peanuts,best brand..... ............. 4 to 5 JAMES M. SCHUMACHER, R. C. COOLEY
nies without antagonizing them is the Cabbage, N. Y. each ................. .07 to .08 President. Cashier.
Potatoes,New York,bbl...... ........ 1.75
better policy. And we hope it will sacks...................... 150 Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
result in the establishing of methods Onions.. bbl ............. ........... 2.00
sacks... ................. .... 1.75
laid down in the above suggestions, Eggs.-................. ......... .18 OH LOOK SAVE
without the destruction of the trucking VEGETABLES AND POULTRY. MONEYB

interests of the State, or putting too FERTILIZERS
y buying only
Corrected by Davis & Robinson.
far away the day of Florida's great Yellow Yams, bush .................. .40 W ith PURE BONE
prosperity which must surely come Sweet Potatoes, ...................... 30 to .40 a BASIS,
Hubbard squash, bbl. ................ nrich Land and Yourselves '
with all the possibilities of soil, cli- :Lettuce, doz...... .... ................ .15 to 1.50.30 your '
Celery Kalamazoo..... ............. .35 to E iicourage one
mate and position possessed by her. Egg Pants, bbl ...................... 1.50102.00.50 every you may
-Ss.-- Tomatoes, crates, .....................z.co to 2 50 K now to use DRR6II 'S FERTILIZERS because they are
Sweet Pepper, bu ..................... 1.00 ;
"Florida Home, Farm and Field," Okra, bu, ..... .. .. ..................1.25tol.50 S afe and Reliable to use for .
is' the title of illustrated Green Beans, crate.,.............. .... 60 to i.oo
a beautifully Peas, crate.................. .... 1.00101.50 A iiy Crop, making a Strong, Stocky
and well written publication of twen- Turnips, bunch.................. .. .0310.06 G rowtli and
this Pumpkins, each....................... 05 to .10 sweet, juicy vegetables and fruits that are.. .. .
ty pages, a little larger than jour- Kershaws, each.... ...... ......... .05 to .10 E iigaged. ahead by those Merchants who do
nal devoted to the resources and at- Parsley,per doz. bunches ............ .20 to .30
Green onions, per doz. bunches....... .15 to .25 N ot want only; the best Fruits and Vegetables.
tractions of Orange couuty. The Pepper,hot,bushel,................?. i.oo very
name of Mr. Mahlon Gore as editor is Sage, well cured, Ib..................... .10 to. 15 T ake time and write at once to the
:Lima Beans, shelled, qt, ...... ....... .12 to .15
a sufficient guarantee of its substantial Hens........._-..?_......?_....... 30 to .35
Roosters.......-...................-.._..... .25 L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER .
excellence and value. Broilers........,............. ..... ..... .15 to .25 COMPANY,
Turkeys, per pound,gross........... .10 '
Ducks.-.... ........... .25 to .35 J"ackson.ville.., E'loric1.a... .
The Dwarf Lima Bean.A Geese. ..... ........................... .35 to.40
lima bean that does not need New Beets, per 100.................. none .50 to 1.00 and obtain their Special Low Prices to meet the times
Water Cress, per doz. none....... ....
poles to run on is a great acquisition, Cauliflower doz.................. .... 1.ooto 1.50 for Cash With>t Order.CHOICE.
Leeks perdoz bunches... .... .25
provided it will bear as freely as when Scuppernongs bu none...... ........ 2.00
used. doubt whetherthe Radishes.per doz..................... .15 A. :N"O. 1.
poles are Many Cucumbers. ,crate. ..... ............... 1.50102.00 .
crop would warrant the absence of *

pole training. Professor L. H. Bailey, New York
of Cornell University, has given con-
Bananas are in poor demand and the
siderable attention to the subject, and
market is easy. Firsts are offered on the .
finds that it is all that it is claimed to basis of 1.00 to 1.12!, as to'variety, with E'O S.A.L-Ei.

be, and that it is a valuable new type seconds from 65c to 75c and thirds downto

of garden vegetable. He says that it 45 cents. Cocoanuts are easy at 32.00to Fruit, Lemon and Seedless Grape Fruit.

is only within the last ten years that it 35.00 for San Bias, and 28.00 to 31.00
has been known. He gives to Hen- for Jamaica, and 31.00 to 33.00 for San All trees grown on stock in Florida that was not injured by the freeze. Buds from 3 to 6 feet
Andreas. Oranges are in slow demand, : straight and well grown. Also choice Abbaka and Golden Queen Pineapple suckers, 15 to 20 inches.
dersen and Kumerle the credit of an Jamaicas, repacked 4.50 to 6.00 per bar- Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited, or call on'

introduction in 1889, Burpee in 1890, rel; boxes 2.75 to 3.25; Havana, original
Wonder in 1891, and Barteldes 'in 3.00 to 3.25 per barrel. Pines are in light GEO. WRIGHT,

1892 or 1893. It was first made known receipt, and the market is easy; the ORLANDO,. FLA.
range is from 5.00 to 12.00 for strawberries. -
by a negro, who twenty years ago Lemons are steady, with fair sup- HEADQUARTERS FOR IIIGII GRADE
found one growing along a roadsidein ply; Fancy Sicily 360s bring 4.25 to 5.00;

Virginia. In 1885 a Richmond choice 360s, 2.75 to 3.75; Fancy 300s,
seedsman grew enough to sell the stockof 5.25 to 5.50; choice 300s 4.25 to 4.75; GARDEN AND FIELD' SEEDS.

it to Henderson in 1887. Mr. I3urpee's Malagas 2.75 to 4.75. Almeria grapes,
fancy 6.75 to 9.50; good, 4.75 to 6.50
bean however from different -
was a
Grapes, up-river Concord, per 10-lb *5"Farmers and Truckers are roquested to send for my price-list of Field and Garden Seed
; stock, and brought to his atten. basket, 15 to 17c; per 5-lb basket, 8to 9c, Two Hundred Bushels Florida Seed Rye Fifty Thousand Celery Flimts.
tion by Asa Palmer, of Kennett Square, Western N. Y. Niagara, per 5-lb basket,

Pa. Barteldes' bean came from Colo- 8 to 16c; Concord, 5-lb basket, 8 to 12c; SEEDSMAN
arado, and is supposed to be a sport I grapes in trays, 1! to 2c per lb. Apples, P. F. ,
: Ben Davis, King, Fall and York Pippins,
from the old white stock. It
Spanish 1.75 to 2.50. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
is, of course, understood that they are .
Pears, Lawrence, per bbl., 2.00 to 2.5Qj; cc
all varietal forms of the old lima bean, Seckel, 8.00 to 5.00 per bbl.; Bartletts, :N:0w: IS TI-IEi 'rIME."

Phaseolus lunatus.-Meehan's Month- per bbl., 3.00 to 5.00; Boston pears range Send in your orders this month for Bud Wood Trees and Roses.We .
ly. from 1.00 to 2.50 per box. Peanuts are can furnish 75,000 Eye buds dormant and next spring budding. 'Orders booked now for
quiet; Virginia hand-picked range from delivery in October and November. First-class buds and true to name. Standard varieties as follows
i, shelled 4 to : Majorca, Jaffa, Ruby Blood, Hart's Late, Parson Brown, Tangerine, Homossassa Medit-
3i to 4c| Spanish 6jc.
The New Cotton Bale. ; erranean Sweet, Satsuma and Grape Fruit. Buds well packed and sent to any part of the Slate for
in 60 budded Trees :2 to feet high, budded on sour and
Potatoes are arriving large quanti- cents per 100: $5.00 per 1.000. 10.000 Orange 4
ties and the market is low. We quote: trifoliata stocks, from i to %in. at the ground. Buds inserted in the stump at the ground (not in
Machinery combining the cotton the roots)and can be protected by banking this winter.
Potatoes L. I., in bulk, bbl, DOc. to and Trees. three old White Niagara
per Peach, Pear, Plum, Persimmon, Loquat Fig Large year
gin and press makes a circlar'bale of 1.05; Jersey 60 to 85c; State Hebron and Grape Vines.
cotton which occupies much less Rose 80 to 90c. Burbank 75 to DOc. ROS.roS.:
; ; .
Fifty varieties of roses budded and on their own roots. The famous Marechal Neil a specialty.Our
space and is a saving to the consumerof Sweets, Va., yellow, 1.50 to 1.85 per bbl; roses have proved to be well adapted to this State. For full particulars send for descriptive
$1.00 bale. Jersey sweets, 1.75 to 3.00. Onions are catalogue and price list. Address,
per steadier; Long Island and Jersey, 75c to HASTINGS & WYLIE I ,.

Several boxes of lemons from the 1.25 per bbl; Easternred and yellow, 1.00 Interlachen, Fla.

Palmer grove lately sold in New Yorkat to 1.25. Cabbage, Long Island and State, THE LAKE GEORGE NURSERIESare
per 100, 1.50 to 3.50. Squash, marrow,
$8 a crate. This grove will pro- per bbl 40 to 60c. Green peas, Norfolk,
duce a large crop next year.Braidentown per basket,1.50 to 3.00. Celery, 10 to 60o offering: a fine lot of Budded Trees for sale for season of'95 and 96, including limited supply of

Journal. per dozen. Cauliflower, L. I. and Jersey, GENUINE BOONE'S' EARLY TREES AND BUDS
per Lbl, 1.00 to 3.00. Eggplant, Florida,
per bbl, 4.00 to 6.00. Okra, Now Orleans Also Grape Fruit, Tardiffs. Magnum Bonum, Mediterranean Sweet, Bessie Tangerine and
US. We sell your Poultry, Veals, common Orange, Sanford's Sicily Lemon and Villa Franca Lemon. Grown to stakes. All on Sour
and Florida 1.50 and 3.00 bbl.
TRY Fruits and all produce at high per String stocks, Write for prices to ,
rioes. DAILY and references RETURNS.J'or8tenoiC1 write! beans, Southern green: i ajid wax, 1,50 to ""V.ZV''\ iIAwIcINS'\ & SOI TS.

11'. I., BAG prices& SONS, 183: lleade sL N. .&. 2.25 per basket Georgetown, Fla.


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FARM TALKS. both eventually works to the disadvantage -I Jones-I do, most' assuredly. But' I I II winter vegetables at reasonable prices,
of all parties is applicable to the I I think experience, quicker than legis i the Florida trucker can get reasonable
G. W. HASTINGS. question production and transportation. -I lation, will regulate the matter. It is returns for a prolonged season and

I 'Jones-I was reading an incident a the absorbing question now, among the transportation companies .fair returns -
few days since, neighbor Smith, of a Jones-I most assuredly do. Mo- the truckers, Shall we plant? And on their investment.
traveler who stopped at a wayside for nopoly destroys itself, where more the railroads will find it is better to
the night and in the morning on ask- than a normal rate is exacted, just as cut their rates in the middle and encourage .
ing for his bill, was told that it would surely as destructive competition. It planting, than to hoodwinkthe -Hr
be $5.00. On his protest at the exorbitant is against the true financial policy of a truckers by advancing them seed rIr- -
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charge the landlord repliedthat road to establish its rates above the in their impoverished condition. -p i -

it was just as little as he could af- normal point. Normal rates attract, Smith-It is evidently plain that "!,..- ... '''-.. .,;; 0/(' .
ford. That he had not had a guest foster and increase both business and the matter will not be settled until it READY FOR THE RACE..
for a week and expenses had to be profits. is settled right, and the mutual inter- We are backing the'Only Elastic Fence" against

kept up.SmithAnd. Smith-Then you think the roads ests of producer and transporter, are "the PAGE Field'WOVEN Watch WIRE the FENCE resnlt.CO., Adrian,Mich.FERTILIZE .
what have you back of should adopt such prices of transpor- considered. .
.. .
this story ? I infer you have some tation as would encourage the thor- Jones-I sincerely hope the move- <.ar; .G. rr.r.

application ? ough settlement of their tributary territory ment on foot now among the vegetable -
+ Jones-It seems to me that is about and that a large business at growers, will come to a mutual arrangement ECONOMICALLYPROFITABLY
the way the railroads are treating us. normal rates is more profitable thana between them and the I AND EFFECTIVELY.
They say that their tariff rates are justas restricted traffic under a high tariff? transportation companies, that will it BY THE USE OF
low as they can afford. If theyare Jones-This is a general law, and T extend the area; of trucking gardens, NITRATE OF SODA
two and three times and some- think our railroad companies are com- rather than the abandonment, which V Nearly all fertilizers are Ineffective because
times a ,good deal more, than rates ing to comprehend that if Florida is has been going on for sometime past. nia"they)contain and this too little little In an NITROGEN insoluble("ammo-form.
prevailing in other parts of the coun- made a.winter garden they must adopt Smith-Florida is the only place in the Add result a little will NITRATE be astonishing.OF SODA to. these and
try it is because of the limited amountof that principle, even at a temporaryloss. the United States where winter vege- A PAMPHLET FREE ::S8Jteto !!
business and must be exacted. tables can be grown without protec- use nitrate, and how to buy and use fertilizers -
most AddressS.
Smith-And what is the result? Smith-And you think the adop- tion, that is accessible to northern. M. Harris,Moreton Farm(P.0.),New York.
Jones-I think it will be the sameas tion of the contrary custom, of charg- markets. And if the volume of busi-- .Co' ct>... .
with that traveler. He would not ing all the production would stand, or ness can be made great enough, and I
repeat his experience at that inn. possibly rates that would meet the expenses believe it can be, by the adoption of I
Smith-Have you any informationthat of a very limited business, has normal rates of transportation, the QUICK WORK,
leads you to suppose the truckersare had the effect to drive thousands out. middle and working classes of the > In selling and paying for Fruits and Vegetables -
abandoning the business? of the trucking business? I north can enjoy the luxury of fresh c GIVE GOODS shipped SENT to us US is our BY motto.GROWERS WE
Jones-Why, yes, In response to FIRST PLACE BECAUSE WE NEVER
the postal cards sent out by the *> by BUY our OURSELVES.40 years experience They without are protected default-
Farmer and Fruit Grower, as to the ing a dollar. Enquire as to our standingand
financial stability which any bank or
amount of acreage that would be >merchants having mercantile reports can
planted in vegetables this year, the reply > verify-then try us-WE BELIEVE OUR
was almost invariable, that it 11" -.; > your name for our quotations. Stencil and
reduced. ); | > cards fre e. Letters promptly answered.
would be greatly IDl1,t1FA a
Smith-Were any moving away, D p1y FRENCH & CO.,
and abandoning the trucking business? "
Jones-A goodly number. ThoughI 116 Warren St" New York.

infer that each correspondent desired tZ ESTABLISHED 1855.
to make it as light as possible in .
his localify.
Bradley Redfield. Eugene B. Redfield.
other advice
Smith-Have you any ESTABLISHED 187 .
Jones-Yes. One of our seedsmen
informed me that in sending out his Commission MerchantsAND

fall catalogue, twenty copies were returned -
from one postoffice; not called
for. The parties had moved away, Fruit Auctioneers,
and either abandoned the business or .
141 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
unloaded onto some one else to repeat d We handle all kinds of Fruits and Vegetables,
their experience. ; I either at private sale (which has heretofore been
our custom) auction system (recently
Smith-And are you thinking of "WANTItD-All kiuds of produce. We get added to our business)as you may desire.
going away also ? for everythiiigfrom honey to .
scrap iron. FOR RENT.
Jones-I do not know where I
should go. I.learn that in some of Following is a verbatim extract from an actual letter sent out by a swin- THE ALGONQUIN HOTEL,
the Northern States, some of the fruit dling commission house of Pittsburg, Pa., which carries its own moral. At St. Augustine.
trees are dying from a prolonged There is not an honest quotation in it:, Completely furnished. Apply to G. S. Meserve,
drought, and where crops were bountiful We quote you to-day's market as follows : St. Augustine, Fla. .
many of them are not paying the Potatoes, choice white stock is now worth Soc. per bu. Choice yellow FOR SALE.
cost of transportation. Apples sell- Onions, Soc. to 6oc. per bu., or $1.50 to $1.75 per bbl. Apples are wanted, THE OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
ing for twenty-five cents bushel. and that is, choice to fancy Apples are scarce and will readily bring $2.50 to ,
in some cases that low per barrel. $3.50 per bbl. No choice to fancy Apples here, all are inferior stock. Cab. At St. Augustine.
Smith-Then we see that this mat- bage is doing better, we obtained 50. per head on track to day for choice Rare Completely Bargain. Apply furnished.to Capt.Right W. S.on M.the Bukham Bay.
ter of transportation is not confined to large solid heads. Cabbage will probably do better within next couple of St. Augustine or 1.0CHAPIN
Florida alone. In the other Gulf States, weeks than later. There are no fancy Pears or Quinces here. Get them here FARM AGENCY,
and particularly in Texas, I find thereis now and we can get you $2.50 per bu. for either. Choice Concord Grapesare 3-23-tf St. Augustine, and Boston.FRUI'1 .
an agitation of the subject. of Government firm at 2oc. per g-lb. basket. Delawares and Niagaras at 300. to Roc per
ownership of railroads, or at basket. Peaches are very scarce and worth $2.50 per bu. Sweet potatoesare TREES.I
least of Government control. What averaging about $3.25 per bbl. for choice to fancy primes-wanted. FOR
do you think of that ? Poultry is wanted. All kinds of Game is wanted. We can SOUTHERN ORCHARDS.Write .

T Jones-I am not yet in favor of it. always get highest prices for same. Fancy Creamery Butter is worth 270. per for Catalogue and price list.
The Granger legislation of the North- lb. Choice Dairy Butter, 2oc. to 22C. per lb. Choice to Fancy Country JENNINGS' NURSERY CO.,
west has not materially advanced the Roll Butter, 2oc. to 25C. per lb. The demand for Butter is excellent. Eggsare Tliomaavllle, fl a.
interests of the tiller of the soil. It very scare and market is firm at 170. per doz. Saur Kraut, Cider, Honey,
does not take into account the law of Bees Wax, Dressed Hogs, Tallow, Country Lard, Hides, Pelts, etc., are SAWMILL
supply and demand, which cannot be wanted. Hand picked Pea and Navy Beans are wanted, selling at $1.75 to FARMERS works with successfully h. also
ignored.SmithAnd. $2.00 per bu. We can use Pickled Pork, Live Turtles, Shell Oysters, etc., Grinding 4 p. Mills
I suppose you think to advantage. Cheese trade is looming up. Full Cream, late make York and Water Wheels.

the general rule that any contract State Cheese, worth roc per Sweitzer Cheese, 130.. {t9 J3 c. per lb, We DeLoach Mill Mfg. Co..

which is not t to the mutual Benefit of can sell Skim milk Cheese to good advantage, 323 Highland, Ave? Atlanta, Gat



. Clearly Unconstitutional. to the interests of the fruit and veget-

able growers and farmers, it may be .
From the Florida Ruralist. to bring test cases in the
Such is our Florida stock law or courts, the result of which will be the Exhausted Soilsare

any other fence law that has been or taking away of all the'range privilegesin
will be enacted the of
by legislature in the
any State, according to the clearly The every stealing county by the stockmen by ci made to produce larger and better crops by the

expressed letter and spirit of the con- 'proxy through their cattle and hogs S use of Fertilizers rich in Potash. i
stitution of the United States.
must come to a stop. We do not believe I
The Ruralist has been investigatingthis that there is a champion of the Write for our Farmers' Guide," a 142-page illustrated book. It

feature of the situation and has stock interests in Florida, who will 'is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free, and I

been in communication with perso'nscompetent have the nerve to state that the* destruction will make and save you money. Address, !

to give a sound opinion on of an individual's crop by GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street.,New York. r
the subject. Under the circumstancesthe hogs or cattle is depriving him of his .r
solution of all the troubles of this .
character lies in a test case to be .property- under due- process. of law.- It i r
is clearly a case of depriving him ofhis (
brought before the higher courts. property without of JOHN L. MARVIN, '
any process '
fifth amendmentof President.
One clause of the
law and under these circumstancesthe H. T. BAYA, THOS. W. CONRAD,
Constitution de-
the United States
stock and fence laws on the stat- Cashier. Assistant Cashier.
clares that no person shall be deprivedof ute books of Florida are not worth CAPITAL $100,000. i
life, liberty or property without due
the they are printed on.
Declaration process of of law.Rights Section included 12 of in the the We paper challenge the champions of the THE MERCHANTS'' NATIONAL BANK

hogs and scrub cattle to battle on ,
constitution of the State of Florida
these grounds. If we are not correctin JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
declares the same thing in the same ,
this we want to be told so at once.
words. Respectfully solicits you Deposits, Collections and Genera
Section i of the fourteenth amend- The Stock Question. Banking Business.CORRESPONDENCE .

ment to,the Constitution of the United -
The RURALIST wishes to a few INVITED.
States declares as follows: "No State say
shall make or enforce any law which words to its "out of the State" sub- DIRI80'i'OR t

. shall abridge the privileges or immunities scribers as to the war it has been John L. Marvin A. B. Campbell Chas. Marvin,

of citizens of the United waging on the range hogs and cattle, H. T. Baya T. W. Roby, Judge R. B. Archibald,

States, nor shall any State deprive any and in which we have been ably as- Judge E. M. Randall. C. B. Rogers W. M. Davidson,
Or" H. Robinson John E. Hartrldfire.
sisted the local in
person of life, liberty or property by press many partsof
without due of law." the State.
Due process of law, as spoken of in The laws on this subject are relicsof SAVINGS AND TRUST BANK

this connection, means by civil suit, the days when Florida was prac- .
or by the execution of judgments ob- tically a State of wild lands and but OFFI..ORIDA,

tained against individuals.The few settlements. Under those circum- JACKSONVILLE.

,direct application of the princi- stances stock running at large was un- CAPITAL, $50,000

ple laid down in the constitution is objectionable to a great'degree. This k kw1I.
H. ROBINSON, Pre h1ent. W.J. HAKKISHEIMEK:\ Vlce-Pres
this : is still true of several of the counties,
We purchase a piece of land either and will be for several years to come.

from an individual or from the gov- The majority of the counties have w DIRECTORS :

ernment. If the title is" perfect we now more acres of cultivated land H ROBINSON, J. HILDEBRANDlP.. E. MCMURRAY,
are guaranteed peaceful possessionand than there are head of stock running at W.J. IIARKISHEIMER, PHILIP WALTER R. H. LIGGETT,
and from these counties
enjoyment of the same. Our large comes
State law guarantees this. the demand for a "no-fence" law, or Collections made on all points of Florida,and Remitted for on day of Pay-
ment. Active and Savings Accounts Solicited. Interest Paid on
The land remains uncleared and un- at least a county option law, giving a Savings.

fenced. An individual tresspasses on majority of the'people of the respective -

this piece of land and takes away tim' counties the privilege of decidingthe

ber for the mill, ties for a railroad, or matter. FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.

cord wood or any natural growth on The no-fence sentiment is a grow- .
this unimproved land. These tres- ing one in almost every county in the
An Incorporated Home Association of Orange Growers for marketing Florida Fruit to the
passers are depriving the owner of his State and the growth of it has been best advantage.-AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $300.000.
BOX MATERIAL-The Exchange( is fully prepared to supply boxes and paper on
of law marked this especially so
property without due process past year, order. Write for price list and terms.
and he prosecuted and punished for far as it relates to hogs; and it is onlya -:OFFICERS :-
the offense. The question as to question of a short time until these GEO. R.FAIRBANKS, President. D. GREENLEAF, Vice-President.
ALBERT M. IVES Gen'l Mgr. and Treas. M. P. TURNER, Secretary.
whether this piece of land is fenced or laws, relics of the days when Florida DIRECTORS-Geo. It. Fairbanks,Alachua Co.; E.G. Hill Bradford Co.; Dr. E. E. Pratt
will HUlsboro Co.; John Fabyan, Lake Co.; Hy Crutcher Orange Co.; D. Greenleaf, Duval Co.;
wilderness be
not does not enter into the discussionin was a relegated to J. D. Mead, Duval Co.; A. Brady, Brevard Co.; F. G. Sampson, Marion Co.; C. V. Hillyer,
such a case. the past. Marion Co.; John M. Bryan, Osceola Co.; W. E. Stanton, Putnam Co.; M. S.Moreman St.
Johns Co.; C. F. A. Bielby, Volusia Co.;Irving Keck,Polk Co.
We take this same piece of land, To those of our readers who contemplate Addressall! correspondence to the Florida Fruit Exchange,Jacksonville, Fla Stencils
in Florida would with full packing and shipping instructions furnished on application.
and, without fencing it, plant a certain I settling we
crop in it and a hog or cow trespasseson say that you need not fear to come
the land, destroying the growingcrop. from the idea that these unjust stock JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.,

The.owner is deprived of his laws will always be in force in our

property without process of law, justas fair State. Florida has a great future Grocers and Commission MerchantsDEALERS

much as he was when a trespasser before her, and the progressive ele-

stole his timber; and it is apparent on ment that has come into the State of

the, face of it that under the Constitu- late-years will make itself felt in the
tion of the United States, that no State future. Coal, Hay, Grain, Wines, Liquors,
can enforce any such law as the pres- Governor> Culberson .:., : Cigars, Tobacco, Etc.
ent fence or stock law of Florida, if a

test case is once carried through the And the Texas legislature have ad- J'aol son.ville, E'lo111ida..

courts. And we are inclined to believe vanced Texas in the mind of the pea

that this is the quickest solutionof ple of the country fully twenty.five PRICE-LIST OF WHISKIES:

the problem, although the practical years in the prompt settlement of the MANONGAIIKLA RyIC.t 50 CABINET BOURBON... .............. ,;18600
effect of such decision would of in that State PARKER..... .................. ........... 175 J. MARTIN....................... 300
necessa- question prize fighting ORANGE VALLEY................. ......200 VIRGINIA GLADES........................., I oo
rily make a condition of "No Fence"in and have.helped to make public senti-- SPRINGVALLEY........ ..,.............. 250 OLD BOURBON................... .....500
BALTIMORE CORN.....................,. 3 oo KENTUCKY SOUR MASH................. 5 oo
counties that are not ready for it. ment in other States.It NORTH CAROLINA CORN... ............. 250 OLD BAKER......... ......................500
But if the stock people are to con is no credit to Florida that its CLIFTON CLUB...... ...... .............300 MONTROSE VELVET RYE..............,... 6 oo

tinue to deny the people of the differ- athletic club should be searching the JUGS EXTRA: One gallon 250; two gallon, 5005; three gallon, 75<:. Remit by post-office
money order,check or registered letter. We cannot ship C. O. D. Remit with order.
ent counties the privilege of saying country for some locality to "pull off"this
A complete price-list of Groceries,aud Wine List, sent free on application.
whether they wish fences or not and illegal and brutal pastime. Even

continue their stiff-necked- opposition Mexico will have none of it. JOHN CLARK, SON & CO. .

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t .. ?
(" To Encourage-, "Florida Truckers.. winter grazing than the combined, one The Fort Myers Press says there are DORMANT. Many BUDS to choice order varieties on fine stocks of Citrus at low

: acre each of wheat, rye and oats. in Lee county orange trees as heavily Fruits. Save money by placing your order now
, I First let them read what you have for future delivery. Phoenix: Nurseries, Brald-
The, soil must be rich or it. is useless, laden with delicious fruit as it is pos-
said in the third''paragr of a communication entown, Fla. 10 12-4
: to sow the seed with any expectancyof sible for them to stand up under, and
in the Rur list of September Turkeys, Indian Gamest Black Lang-
think profit from the crop. It is a crop grape-fruit trees are loaded down with BRONZE Pekin Ducks. Eggs in season. A

which I very good reason too scantily grown, in the South. As clusters of ''fruit, each fruit the size of few quarts of McNeil Peas at 81.00 per quart, 50
be figure it out cents a pint, postpaid. Mrs. W. H. Mann,
ing-it may just you ,
with rye, there is nearly ;always: a small bowls. This is where trees have Mannville, Fla. 10-12-12
but would it be well for to to
not us
go scarcity of home-grown seed and been half-way cared for the
with the SEE our prices on improved varieties Pomelo
the transportation companies this column. W. &F. D. Waite.
home-grown seeds are the best. past two years, and some trees' four or J.
share this truck
proposition to up on Both crops ought to be sown in the five years old are heavily laden with FOR SALE for cash,time or hade,orange groves,
and thus fix it so that we are all certainof andtimberlands. E. RUMLBY, Keuka,
fall as early as practicable in order to fruit in that county.GRAPE. Fla.
and of what 3-n-i6t
our just proper part our
give the best returns.Southern
labor produces ? Would the transpor- FIFTY THOUSAND Grapefruit Seedlings for
Farm Gazette. aj years old, 4 to 5 feet high;will dor-
companies listen to a proposition VINES. mant bud to order. Have a few budded to the

that seems so unusual-the propo- seedless grapefruit. These trees are fine, and
Beggarweed a Soil Renewer. Lawet Stock In the for sale very reasonable indeed, as we expect to
sition to accept for carrying to market World. Small Prults. Introducer of unrivalled quit the nursery business. Come and see them
new lied Jacket Gooseberry & Fa'Currant. before buying elsewhere. Bowyer& Stephens,
twenty-five or thirty-three and a third OMauefee. Geo.8.Jos8eIYD.Fr onlaN.Y.BEBKSa1BE .
Robert of
Young, owner a Lakeland Fla. 9-21-7
cent. of the amount the stuff
per gross orange grove at Interlachen, in a Chester White, STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Improved Alabama
may bring? Or do you think they are letter .'.' e eteeL I. &Poland China The best varieties for
private says: "My superintendent PIGS. Jersey,Guernsey&Hol-
Southern planting. Clouds, $1.75; Newnans,
yet disposed to hold fast to the "devil writes me that the beggarweed stein Cattle. Thoroughbred $t.oo per ioco, f. o. b. First class plants and'<

take the hindmost" system ? I think between is ,- and Sheep House Fancy Dogs.Poultry Catalogue.Hunting packing guaranteed. C. H. Churchill, Lawtey
my'orange rows so high
Fla. 8-10-10
8. W. SMIT ochranvllle. Chester Co., Pa
idea is the
the co-operative proper .
that he cannot see the mules twelve

form. We and the transportation lines feet away. This is very encouragingto II CENT-JL- WORD COL UMN. STRAWBERRY grown and PLANTS.vigorous Two, Alabama acres of them.New-

are linked together by the bonds of it indicates relief from the nans and Clouds. Prices on application, accord-
me, as a ing to quantity. G. W. Jennings, Lawtey, Fla.
mutual interests-the one cannot say RATES.-Twenty words, name and address,
vest-pocket style of commercial fertilizing 9-14'tt
to the other, "I have no need o'f thee." one week 25 cents' ; three weeks :50 cents Noth-
taken for less than Nice two residence
ing 25 cents. FOR SALE 'story orange
Our people at the present time need two nice cottages, office and out build-
Major Campbell, in a letter to the Advertisements for this column MUST be pre-
ings. Address "Bottom Price," Eustis, Florida.
stimulus and the to
some proposition
Farmer and Fruit Grower, speaks of paid. IQ-5- _
divide is the only one that will reas I Send no stamps larger than two cents.
hundreds of tons of beggarweed, cow-I TJEFORE ordering Alabama Newnans, write C.

sure them. Let the Southern Express peas and crab-grass growing in the or- ., Initials and figures count as one word. D H. Churchill, Lawtey, Fla. He sends out .
the best. $i.oo pt r 1000.
Company announce this fall that they
ange groves, not only feed for stock, WOOD for sale of all vari-
BUDDING An agent in township to
will receive and forward truck and haveit WANTED.
but nature's own fertilizer. lemon and grape fruit. Five Cyclone Corn Sheller. Address
sold on its merits and remit to the dollars per thousand, delivered by mail. Safe Farmer and Fruit Grower, Jacksonville, Fla. tt
The freeze has been valuable lesson
a arrival guaranteed. Gulick Bros., Riverside,
shipper sixty-six and two-thirds cent California, Formerly of Mt. Dora Fla.
per to the Florida farmer in the discovery 11-9-4 Ij'OR SALE Two Leon county farms, 480 acres

of what it sells for and you could not of home production and home REPLIES to advertisement so numerous Dr. and 390 acres. Excellent fot stock raising and
thanks correspondents en-masse and tobacco growing. W. B. Clarkson,Jacksonville,
"hold the truckers down. The idea fertilizing. In beggarweed particularly will see most suitable places next month. Please Fla. 8 24-tf

that he was to have a just and reason- have all the of red send prices Millwood, Manitoba. it
we advantages
able part of whatever his stuff sold for ORANGE BUDWOOD from fifteen ((15)) choice CITRUS
clover as a fodder crop and land fertilization varieties. Identity and satisfaction Parson Brown. Stark's Seedless,
and he would think the millenium had and its is I I guaranteed at ?4,50 per thousand. Harts ban- Jaffa, Tangerine, King, Tardiff; Grape Fruit,
acreage annually Villa Franca Lemons and other varieties,
hit his bean broad side 1 I can'tbelieve ana plants 5 cents. Address, Earl W. Martin, such St. Michael
patch increasing. Braidentown, Manatee county, Fla. as Nonpareil, Majorca, ,
Malta Blood and Centennial. Address, A. I".
sir, that any other plan that BERMUDA ONION PLANTS for sale at$1.50 Duncan, Manager, Milwaukee Groves and Nur-

has yet been suggested would suit so Good Seeds. per Orders for five thousand or series, Dunedin, Fla. 8-i7-tf
over at $1.25 per thousand. Chubb & Ward,
many people. The transportation men Winter Park, Fla. 11-9-3 ANEW deal on wire netting. Prices cut in

will hardly reduce the rate in the absence CHOICE; PINEAPPLE; PLANTS per dozen or We pay freight. Write for our lates
Small seeds soon deteriorate in this Large seedling trees and price-list. E. W Amsden Ormond, Fla. 7-i-tft

of so much loss of carrying but Kieffer $2 orange Giant Bamboos '"
damp climate. None should be pur pears only per 100. STOCK CITRUS TREES FOR -
only 25 cents. Dwarf bamboos, 10 c. Caladium 150 Ann
they will see the philosophy and necessity chased except such as are guaranteedto and Lilly bulbs only $7.50 per barrel, 5 cents SALE. Grape Fruit Seedlings,

of feeding the that each. Roses, Palms, etc., almost given Sour Orange, Sweet Orange and Rough Lemon
goose be fresh, and as an evidence of this away. Seedlings, 65,000 Seedbed Grape Fruit Scions
Camphor seed, grandest of shade trees 10 cents
the eggs. This will assure us a care- they should be smooth and glossy. package. Robert G. Bidwell Orlando, Florida, with a large stock of all Standard Varieties of
budded Orange, Lemon and Limes, now grow-
ful handling and speedy transit, the The Northern seeds.sent in here and Box 147. 11-9-3 ing for this fall and winter planting. The Lake- .

best possible service; and there can retailed small ATTENTION I I am selling out my stock of land Nurseries, C. M. Marsh, Prop., Lakeland, "
at stores are
country and White Leghorns, including Polk County, Fla. 8-3-10.
be no other way to look at it exceptas generally good stock to let alone. breeding pens. Write quick and get prices. rriLGHMAN'S CONDITION POWDERS will
Island Poultry Yard Fernandina Fla
a paying arrangement to all hands. Many farmers are not provident 11-2-3 A make stock eat and grow fat. Given as a
Some have LOOK LOOK! $1,25 per acre will buy 161 acres drench to stock that will not eat. Sample package -
people argued that high enough to lay in a supply beforehand, class pine land in sec. 4, t 16 s, r 23 by mail 35 cents. W. G. Tilghman, Palatka,
transportation charges were best this east. Well timbered, title perfect. Also 8 ooo Fla. 6-29-20 "
; and at the last moment they have to one year old Parson Brown Orange Carney

proposition meets both arguments; "it'sa purchase haphazard, and perhaps lose Lemon and Grape Fruit buds. Write for pricesM. IRRIGATED GROVE. 100 acres, 10 years set
that & J. H. Turnley, Excelsior Nurseries, Lake trees150 in other fruit trees, etc.
game two can play; heads or more time from, seed not germinatingthan Weir, Fla. 11-2-9 For sale at a sacrit ce. Address "F," The Palms,

tails we both win; we each get a fair they would have done by order FOR I SALE. A No. i Pointer Bitch broken on Lane Park, Lake County, Fla. 4 2;-9m

part. Let us hope that our people will ing from some dealer in first-class The first check for $11 buys her. Ad- IF ANY ONE who has been benefited by the
dress R B. Bradfordville Fla. of
11-2-2 Dr. William's Pink Pills will write to
discuss this proposition and lay it be- stock.-Florida Citizen., THE FARMER AND FRUIT GROWER, they will receive -
fore the transportation companies. Or FOR SALE. A Poland-China Boar, seven information that will be of much value and
old. Will weigh about 150 pounds interest to them.

perhaps, some line may see proper to Raised in Florida. Price. 810.00 W. H.' Powers,

start the ball the Lawtey, Fla. tf MAKE HENS LAY-There is nothing likeBowker's
by making proposition. -
FraucKr'Fruit Wrappers. SALE.-Extra strong,well-grown Nursery Animal Meal. 40 tons sold in Flor-
This is co-operative age, or FOR budded low, on rough Lemon. Grape- ida last year. Hundreds of testimonials. For

is to be. WM. P. NEELD. fruit, Tardiff, Ruby Blood Will bud to order on particulars, write E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla.
on same stock any varieties Citrus desired for ioi3tfBUDWOOD.

Pinellas, Fla. future delivery. Richard Klemm,Winter Haven,
NO MORE CHEATING. Fla. 10 263. Jaffa, Hart's Tardiff, Centennial,
Bonum, Old Vini. MediterraneanSweet
Rye and Barley. RIVERSIDE Land and Water Company Maltese Blood, Maltese Oval,Homosassa
Consumers of Fruit
is Wrappers may SOUTH, 39 shares stock for sale or Majorca, Nonparlel,Washington Navel,Sanford
Rye a good crop to sow for winter now know that they get an honest ream exchange for Florida property. Par value, $ioo. Navel at $6 per 1000, 75 cents per 100. Also

grazing. It does not require the rich- of 480 sheets and not 400 or 320 sheetsto Bills receivable in excess of bills payable. O. W. Dancy Tangerine, Satsuma, Amory's Blood,
I Sadler, Pennave.| Pittsburg, Pa. 10-26-3. DuRol Blood, Pierce's Ruby, Royal Improved,
soil I ream as some unscrupulous dealers
est to grow satisfactorily. It and Mammoth Shaddock Grape Fruits, and Eureka -

stands the abuse of stock hoofs well. supply. UOR SALE.-Seven S. C. B. Leghorn Cockerels. Iamb, Imported Sicily and Genoa Lemonsat
First-class. 82 each, f. o. b, In Jacksonville.M. $7.50 per 1000; $1,00 per TOO delivered. Buds
It is a hardy plant. Well rooted be OUR, "FAIR AND SQUARE"Printed Chesebro Plummers, Fla. 10264. guaranteed free from white fly and true to name,
and from bearing trees. W. K. Trimble Braid-
fore winter, cold will not kill it out. \ .-Orders for spring delivery now entown Manatee Co., Fla. 10-12-4
Wrappers are put in being booked. Ten per cent ,with order, bal.
In the spring stock should be taken off up packages when buds ordered
'of 1000 each and each ance are shipped. Pineapple, SUPERINTENDENT, having managed, many !
Wrapper is $is King, Parson Brown Waite's in Africa and
and the plant permitted either to ma per 1,000 Early years, Old !
numbered, in printing, consecutively Prolific $10 per :ooo. Magnum Bonum, Tafia Mexico,wants situation. SpeaksEnglishFrench
ture a crop of grain, or when in the from 1 to 1000. No one can Tariff erine, Ruby Sanford Blood!St.Michael Blood, Hart's and Spanish. Best references. F. Foex-Eddy,

blooming stage turned under for fer. Navel, Mediterranean, $7 per New Mexico. 10263. ;
per 1,000. Walters'. Josselyn Triumph. Auran- "
tilizing purposes. Growing rye for HONESTLY BEATour tium, Pomelo, $8 per'1,000, Marsh Seedless, $20 FOR SALE.-1,000 genuine Paper-Shell Pecan ;
per 1,000. Small orders solicited at reasonable 3 years old. Price 2oc. each f. o. b, I
winter pasturage and for the grain- Send for rates. .June buds for sale. White Fly not known Also 150 pounds fresh Paper-Shell seed. Price, I

the latter to be sold for seedoughtto toTHE prices. sampler and prices In Fla.this section. J, W, & F. D. Waite, Belleview 10266. Soc. per Ib,:'John H. Bass, McIntosh, Fla. 10263. I

prove profitable to the farmer. ; and LEMON j t
JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO. FOR SALE CHEAP Bangor box sides, clear ORANGE ." For and
As to barley, it has been said by one heads and manilla Orange and Lemon "Eye- I
orange wraps Buds and Scions of .
enquire &
D. C. Two-
in whom we have confidence as a JERSEY CITY, N. J. and colors. Invoiced at $2,500.00., Will sell the good, Riverside California. J.
lot cheap or will sell any quantity de-
judge in such matters, that one acre of N. B.-We do not deal in imprinted sired. Parties in need of box material, now Is WANT OF ROOM. have to sell few pure

barley, on rich soil, will afford more your chance to save money, Address E. II. Mote, Langshans and White Wyandottes,
wrappers. Leesburg Fla. 10-19-4 Cokcerels. John Aiken, Avon Park, Fla. 10-26-3


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SAVANNAH LINETO I The Clyde Steamship Co. I II



48 to 55 hours between Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, and t i i ii .UN.. i ii i

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. 1VT SOi rCLLZBI (Pier 29, J?. R.) STEAMER Florida.
+ Manager.Psislme : Tuesday, Oct. 29th, at 3 pm......... "SEMINOLE".... .......Sunday, Nov. 3rd, at 4:3oam:
Friday Nov. ist.atspm.........."CHEROKEE" ...... ....Thursday, 7.h, at 7:00am: .
Monday.Co 4th, at 3 pm...... ....."IROQUOIS"...... .......Sunday, loth, at 10:00: a m
Wednesday, 6th, at 3 p m .... .... "ALGONQUIN". .....Tuesday, 12th, at 12 00 n'n
Friday, 8th,at 3 pm. .........."SEMINOLE".Thursday, 14th, at 1.30 p m
Tuesday, 12th, at 3 pm........."CHEROKEE"........ .Sunday, II iTth, at' 5:00: a m
Friday, isth.atspm .. ....... "IROQUOIS" ..........Thursday, 21st, at 7:30: am
Monday, i8th, atspm ......... "ALGONQUIN"......... .Sunday, :l4thatlo:30amWedneSday :
20th, at 3 pm........... "SEMINOLE".. ..........Tuesday. 26th, at 12:00: n'n
Friday 22d, atspm .........'CHEROKEE"...........Thursday, 28th, at 130p; m
I Tuesday, 26th, at 3 p in...... ... ...."IROQUOIS"Sunday, Dec 1st, at 4.coam
'"It Friday, 29th, at 3 p in........"ALGONQUIN"............Thursday, 5th, at 6.ooam
Philadelphia, Charleston and Jacksonville Line.

.For the present and until further notice Steamer "YEMASSEE" is intended to

e RateA, : I sail from PHILADFLPHIA for CHARLESTON, Wednesdays, and from

CHARLESTON for PHILADELPHIA, Sundays. Close connection made at
Between Jacksonville and New York: First-class Steerage, $12.50.E25 oo; Intermediate, $19.00; Excursion {43.30; Charleston with Clyde Florida Steamers, for business to and from Jacksonville and

all Florida points. Also, Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia.
Jacksonville and Boston or Philadelphia: Cabin, $27.00; Intermediate, $21.00; Excursion, $47.30 ;
Steerage, $14.2*'. The magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: -


(Central or goO Meridian Time.)

City of Augusta .......... .. ........ ............ ... .... .... ..:... ....Friday, Nov. i, 4,00a.m. For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
City of Birmingham ... .... .-...... ... ............... .... .. .... Sunday, Nov. 3, 6.00a.m.
Nacoocliee .......... ..... ....!........ ........ ............ ...... ......Tuesday, Nov, 5, 6.30P. m. the St. Johns River.
Iansas City.. .. ................ .............. ......................Friday: Nov. 8. 9 30 a. m. .
City of Augusta .... .... .... .... .............. ............ ...'.Sunday, Nov. 10, 11.30a. m.
City of Birmingham ......... ...... ...... ............ ....... ....... Tuesday, Nov. 12, I.ooa.m. The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamer
Nacoocliee ............. ..... ..u.. ........... ....... ... ...... ........ Friday, Nov. 15, 4.00 a. m. CITV .OF JACKSONVILLE: ""
Kansas City.. ..... .......... .......... ........ .... ..... ...........Sunday, Nov. 17, 6.00a.m. ,.
City of Augusta ................ ................ ... ............ ......TuesdayNov. 19, 7.ooP. m. Capt. W. A. SHAW,
City of Birmingham ...... .... .... .... ...... ...... ........... ...Friday, Nov, 22. 9 3o a. m.
Nacoocliee .... ...... ...... ..... ... ........ ............ ........... Sunday,Nov. 24, n.ooa. m. Is appointed to sail from Jacksonville Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays at 3:30p. :
Kansas City................. .......... ...... ...... ...... ....... ....Tuesday, Nov. 26, I.oop.m. and from Sanford and at
City of Augusta..... ..... ....... ....... ....... .... ...... .. .........Tuesday, Nov. 29, 3.00 p, m. m., Mondays, Wednesdays Saturdays 9:00: a. m., .
Enterprise, 9:30: a. m.

Chattaliooch.ee.............. ........ .............. ............. ... ... ...Tuesday, Nov. 5, 7.008. m. Read Down. SCHEDULE. Read Up.
Gate City................ ..n ..;. ........ .... ........... ..... ........ Sunday, Nov. 10, 11.30a.m: Leave ...... .................. acksonville............ ...... Arrive
Tallahassee ... ................................... ..... ........... Thursday, Nov. 14, 3.30P. m.Cllattahoocliee. II 330p.m.8.45 P m. ...................... ..].. Palatka...... .............. ..... Leave 3.30p.m.8.oop.m.
... ........ ..... .. .. .. .......... ..... ... ..... ........ Tuesday, Nov. 19 7 oo a.m. S. 3.00 a. m. ............... ......... ... Astor.... ....................... .. 3.30 p. m. .
Gate City. .. ...... .... .. .. ... ........ .... ......... ... ...... .......Sunday, Nov, 24 ir.ooa. m. 4.30a m. .................... ........ St Francis......................... II I.30p.m.
Tallahassee ... ....... ........ ..'........ ............ ............ .....Thu Nov 28
2.00a.m. 5.30 a. m. ............ ..... .........Berresford ........ ............ .. ..... 12.oonoon
II 6.00 a. m .... ............ .... .... Blue Springs...... ...... ............ 11.30 a. m.
FROM SAVANNAH TO PHILADELPHIA.These Arrive 8.30 a. m. ...... ........ ... .... Sanford.............. ............ .... 9.00a. m.
9.25 a. m. ............ ........ .... Enterprise........ ........ ... ...... II 9.30am.
( Ships do NOT Carry Passengers.)

City of Macon ................ .... ................................ Saturday, Nov. 9, 10.30 a. m. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville
City of Macon......... .... .... .......... ...... ........ ........ ....Tuesday, Nov. 19 7.00 a. m.
City of Macon ...................... .......... ......... ....... .....Friday, Nov. 29, 3.00P. m. A. J. COLE, Passenger Agent 5 Bowling Green, >ew York.
M. H. CLYDE, Assistant Traffic Manager, 5 Bow ing Green, New York.D. .
t D. C. MINK. General Freight Agent. 12 Eo. Delaware avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
THESE PALACE STEAMERS THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green, New York.F. .
M. IRONMONGER, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent, 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.
JOHN L. HOWARD, Florida Freight Agent, foot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Connect at Savannah with Central Florida Railroad Central of&,Georgia Peninsular, Savannah Railroad., Florida & Western. Railway, J. A. LESLIE, Superintendent, foot Hogan Street Jacksonville. Fla.WM. .

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 P. CLYDE cfo CO., Gen'1.Agents,
J. P. BECKWITH, G. F. & P. Agent, New Pier 35 N. R., New York.R. .
L. WALKER,Agent, C. G.ANDERSON Agent 19 South Delaware Avenue. Philadelphia. 5" "Bowline Green. New York.
New Pier No.35, North River"New York. City Exchange Building, Savannah, Ga. ,
RICHARDSON &: BARNARD Agents, Lewis' Wharf, BostonW. ESTABLISHED 1875. .
L .JAMES Agent, 13 S. Third Street, Philadelphia.W. ,
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. WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO.
J. L. ADAMS, Gen'l East. Agt. F. C. & P. R. R., A. DeW. SAMPSON, General Agent, ,
353 Broadway, New York. .306 Washington St., Boston
W. J. FARRELL, Soliciting Agent. W. E. ARNOLD, Gen. Trav. Pass. Agt.,
WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agent, Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
New Office, 224 West Bay Street, Jacksonville ,

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YOU Tr] HEARD We Handle Only the Best and Most Reliable Seeds. A Oomple Stock of

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" sources, Attractions and Advantages of that Wonderful Region-The Mecca of the Home Seeker, FERTILIZER.
the Trucker, the Fruit Grower and the Investor. These Fertilizers have no superior in the market. and a trial will convince.
Published iu this territory every Thursday since February 21st, 1887, this publication is recognized Send for Catalogue fre*.
as an authority on the country, its products, how to grow them and how they pay, the
country's! development and its future.: In short THE TROPICAL SUN Is the Paper of Dade.
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Subscribe for it and keep on the Coming Section of Florida V BUGGIES, WAGONS, BICYCLES,HARNESS, SADDLES,ETC.
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Boston Mass. 453 Washington St. J Kan. 521 Delaware St. .
Leavonworth Philadelphia, Pa. 1308 Chestnut St. San Diego, Cal. 1050 Fourth St'
Cincinnati Penn. -, 433 Wood St. Kansas City, 1\0. 800 West Ninth St. San Francisco, Cal Rooms 12 and 14 Flood. R'l'd Stockton, Cal. .. 256 Main
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