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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1897
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00213
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CU1'.iioo and trains to over PERSONAL PICKINGS. -
regular pass
rRESpONDENCE. RAILROAD WRECK. ,
ERE AND THERE. jest "Christianity an .Intellectual For COUNt p
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tune. All are invited to -
II JJA.- of the peculiar incidents of the People is They Come ud Go-People In
Interesting Items,Gathered by Our Strikes Passenger Traia Cues Through a Burning :
[ sews About This lad That ud of Eaow.
affair is that Willie Weihe a boy i Bsyer May Not
Hammerman returned from his the C ..
ThroaghMt anty.IIASGOXU Trestle-Miraculous ,Escapes. ..
DlserentThings.
Miami trip last Saturday. .. eighteen years of age accompanied by -
.. lad Flank is from to-daoa
Roy Nokes and another smaller L np Boynton
and mail
.er Anderson is now watchman wAs MCTTERISCS. Tuesday night the passenger trestle it was burning a business visit to this town. t
the saw
Mrs. J.NJ Clark of Lake Worth train from the north, due here at 8:10 I passed over .

ilm Beach Inn. visiting in town Tuesday. Bird the iceman's visits are appreci o'clock was so long delayed that almost passed by a gang of sand pit mena J. W. Erickson left for a Miami trip"

AVoodruff, Juno's merchant post. and went mile on their way nearer town without the latter of last week.
ated by the residents in this vicinity everybody: gave ,up ,waiting part
|was in town Tuesday. Both red and yellow Cattley guavas, that eight telling them of the fire and danger and '
home, little thinking only Raton
From the Potter place. were in, the mar and friend took the i came on to the depot and told Agent Joe H. Gunnell was up from ,
derailed
Trevor miles
Commissioners will hold G. Spencer I away a part of the tram was business trip. -
tar unty meeting next Mondai.I I ket last week. _____ north-bound tram from Riviera last Sat and turned over in a wet and boggy Bradley that the trestle up at the saw. last Friday oa a
urday. slouch. grass slough was burning or burned. !Irs. Fred Hand and children returned .
The for the jelly fac .
'a raised Concord grapes .made machinery guava did not at the curve or Miami
Why they stop home again from their trip.
has arrived and 'the ex-fish house It seems that the train left Jupiter on I ....
Ruth
in market tory Mrs.. Geo. S. Adams and baby '
st appearance our bridge to warn on-coming passenger
for its reception.J. time and was clipping along at about Bobo Dean left last Monday for ft
is being prepared
y. _,___ are spending a few days at -Geo. W. train or why they did not tell'the sandpit
Sears'. twenty.five or thirty miles an hour when I visit to his old home in Gadsden, Ala. .
j Brelsford is patting up a one D. Mathis is enlarging the capacityof the curve about a mile north of what is men of the danger as they passed by

Edition on the south side of his his Clematis Avenue Supply Store" by; The "Emily B." came off the ways', known as saw grass trestle was passed. is incomprehensible. Such evident disregard Miss Nell L. Clow.left this mernfng's

Be residence. putting np additional shelving: Saturday and is being put in order for a Engineer Fred Amason who was at the of danger to human lives and for a visit to her former home

trip the coast. throttle saw a small flame ahead butsup destruction of property, when both n1 oliS. Mimu
tarpon measuring seven feet M."P. Cain purchased another lot at up ed it to be a pile of old ties burning could have been so easily averted is .
ties, was caught; by G. S.Tucker, Juno last week from M. E. Spencer whoowns Capt. U.D. Hendrickson took a run in the ditch until the train was 'on hard to understand of boys of such age i I Mrs E. E. Geer took last Monday's
week. desirable lots in that vicinity. np to Jupiter Monday to look after the and intellect. Within ten' for to her old
Scree last many the trestle and almost to the burning: average north bound train a trip. ,
.. steamer Lake Worth.: .- minutes after they tom agent craiuey :
I home in Michigan- .
boat During the absence of the landlady, span. The air brakes were thrown ,on
: B.Everett's sail the "Cu. of the burning trestle the baggage man
the landlord is having the Palms re- Jas. McFarlane is adding three more but not until the engine tender baggage last
rejoidng over a thorough,over- her acres of pines to the Burnett homestead; car and mail and express car had arrived at the depot having walked ,the Capt. Will H. Moore was np
and against: return. -
spruced
| and a new coat of.paint painted. np plantation of which be is owner no*.. gone over the burned out span did the eight miles after getting out of ,the Thursday with the steamer Hypolnxo.;

ut A. Allen is making a shell Miss Nellie M. Sims a niece of the track give way and the engine plunge to wreck. with Fred Voss at the throttle. .
Jos. N. Stripling has been appointed: All in all the result of the accident
[ his place just north of town to first town clerk of West Palm Beach and one side turning completely upside for thankfulness Misses Ella&asleY'. Edth Nokes and
District Attorney for this gives far more cause '
United States
tender
his house back to the County a native of England, is stopping with 'AI.Eo down, taking the almost empty Metcalf left on the excursion train
District of Florida succeeding Frank with it The baggage car aDd the,mail than for regret, as the miradlcns escape 'May /
Clark Spencer for the Summer. | and express cars were both turned on from death or great bodily inf 07 for a visit to roads ia the Bay CountryCaptJ.M. 4,

McClardy is now on the steamer Merchant is home now to their sides but the cars stayedon to the many persons jeopardized is not far
Capt. Co E. passenger McLaia of the steamer
and child
wife paid M
M. E.
Spencer
keeping up supplies for the the track and at the short of a miracle. Several old exper. .
down remain awhile 'as the steamer Lake very brink pi leaves today for a trip to Savannah
visit to town Friday last coming Eclipse
work and crew on the canal cut ienced railroad mea remarked that,they
from Lake Worth in their steamer|Worth on which he was running has .the burned' out span. had such a frightful looking Ga, and other Atlantic Coast ,
Hawk. been taken off the St Lucie River run. The passengers. were somewhat never seen cities. _
Night wreck with no deaths or fatal injuriesto
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shaken up by the sudden reversal of a
will be excursion to JackmjheJMrthol -
an naag Zapf and wife of Sanford Mesdames A. S. Lamond, Will Russell train under speed and when at a stand.mt' record. Engineer Amason Is doing Graham W. King was np from Snake
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', : ae u mk.aTtss j biS@a t 1bYixt: out to see what happenedmatS nicely under the gVnfnKcjtre and attendance Creek Tuesday on his way to Jupiter for

seems of to be the principal two children. ; -4he? getting- out was not an easy of Df.1. A. Pugh and Mrs. Ama-. a few dajs circulation among his many.

on our' East Side citizens, Some very .good looking egg plantswere treeU -n--__ -,..--..Ak'lRrWU' uuw .L\\in )nY S '* *-a?,,1M E"-- -'- --
ale and female, these pleasantnsand in market the latter part of last Postmaster Clark telegram of the accident.
over at Lake Worth |
afternoon is Amu T.T. Reese and wife, of Palm Beach
every
week. They were said to, be Florida is limping yet from the effectS a tumble ---.ia '-
t these leave next week for a few months visit"in
days.
raised but not. from" this immediate viCinity his head made him take the other occupied his body half buried in mud Xrstorr Not Tot Solved. the mountains of Tennessee' at the
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and
water and
when he escaping steam so dense
day tried
L.CO excursion rate to Jackson to shove it up through that old home!of Mr. ,Reese. {
the roof for some time it was impossible to Last week TIm Sun
o the cabin on the "Emily B." related the account -
Tuesday tickets good untily At the reguiar meeting of the Odd lanterns to
-- get see what to do. | of George Adams'
gives a splendid opportunity Fellows Lodge Monday night the initi Ed. L. Hosford has put up quite a trip to the convict Sisters Mary Louise and Benedict _
ble to visit the State metropolisyhave atory degree was conferred On one can good little house on the. upper Maddock Fireman Matheson was under the upturned camps of the State in quest of information were here last Friday in the interest'ot _

| business there or wish didate. and another was elected. to receive place, just north of Rue dx Ete. whichhe tender and thanks to the scarcityof relative to the disappearanceof the con vent school at St. Augustine. '
uting or pleasure trip the degrees. and his wife expect to occupy the wood he was uninjured but could one J. W. Steere. Last night Mr. They left for Miami that night .
only get out from the water and mud Adams returned from his trip .but "
possessed
ming< Winter he intends
as to raise tomatoes
(E. N, Dimick and Geo.W. Lain Will Whidden was laid up for several and other this box,he was in by crawling through the< i of some important information Councilman A. S. Lamond's wife took

e about twelve acres now planted days last week by an injury to his footCaused place again next season vegetables on engine cab which he did. shutting off First. the man Kreiger sent np with|11 the morning train last Monday bound

rape fruit and oranges on their by a heavy cleaver falling on it. all the steam cocks and plugging up all Fisher is not living under an assumed for a visit to her relatives and friend at

[ River grove property adjoin- Erysipelas then set in and he had quit e The burning of the Hotel Lake Worthis the escaping steam he could when he set name so that Steere was ,not the man her former home ia Mackinaw City;

|place. Burdette,Monroe has i a serious time for a few days. a loss'to this part of the Lake as well to work to realease Engineer Amason. convicted, as was at first thought might Michigan.

35 thrifty trees set out and doing as a big loss to its owner. But little in : This latter job took two and one-haIl be the case. This was proven,by letters
H. S. Miller' at Strohm's, has at last' the way of ruins is left and the burned hoars to accomplish; so tightly pinioned from his mother and by correspondencethat Mrs.W. S. Clow left on this mom- ,

mastered the wheel and having procured trees surrounding the site"have a rather was he that the engineer's seat had has passed through the hands of the ing's train for a visit to her 'home ,ia

Kidder goes.s.to Pompano next: one of his Own is now able to desolate! .loot It is to be hoped it will to be cut away with an axe and, with superintendents of the camps. Pittsburgh and will also probably take

> begin operations on. the vain get to his meals much quicker than formerly be soon rebuilt. the site is a good one. the cab upturned and half buried in Fisher claims that Steere left him at in Philadelphia before her return latheFalL

ef In which he is interested much tOhis_ own satisfaction. water it was no easy thing to accomplish.Mail Fernandina to take passage on the tug

I He is determined to test the fer- ; Cap!. U. D.. Hendrickson returned clerk H. H. Palmer, Commodore to join the Cuban insurgents

F the soil and its adaptability ting o Engineer Ed. Fowler,"of the steamer I from Jupiter Tuesday having received agent Robt. Gladwin and baggage express man last November. Whether this be trueor We were pleased to see our old friend,

worth growing on rich muck Eclipse, is again in town lie report: i the steamer Lake Worth back from Bates were roughly thrown about, in not is an open questionbnt it is some County Clerk Quunby, on the streets

a good season's work for the sh 1merwhich I Fowler & McLean whose charter had their respective cars but finally crawledout thing that may be subjecfto verification Monday evening he having come down

Is now laid up as freighting is I'expired and anchored the steamer in and the two former set or disprovaLMr. from Juno on a visit to town for the first
to work
nut tree is the most valuablets. over for the present on the St. I.uti !LakeVorth Creek near Jupiter where out the fire under the putting .Adams says the easy lot of the time since Washington's birthday. Be

Its wood furnishes beams, River.. I he will probably let it remain for ,a and helping express car convicts in the different returned home the next morning. "
and planks; its leaves umbrellas couple of months. get engineer Amason from camps he visited
L. Labsonsky the well known under the engine, while was a complete surprise to him.. Of
thing; its.fruit food, oil, iutoxi- clerk baggage man Geo. Maltby and wife are home again
md sugar; its shells domestic at Carl Schrebnick's, left Monday I Above items receved too late for last Bates walked into town to notify the the large number he,saw at work or in from their northern trip, having taken

a; its fibers ropes sails and mat. for New York City The gentleman expects i, week. railroad officials of the accident and get camp not one wore shackles and all in a portion of every State from here to
Ex. be help to get the seemed to be at liberty to
_. to married there this week. passengers mail and express come and go Kansas. Kansas to Vermont and Ver
After a short bridal tour he will probably An Unintentional Bath. to town.Knowing within stated bounds. Fisher is shovel

mont to Florida and they find it as cool
..
rendition of shi PIE-in eggs is return to this city. after the train had left Jupiter on ling phosphate. the High Springs and comfortable here as anywhere.J. .
ing that all purchasers of them One day last week making an time, and fearing some accident had occurred Phosphate Co's. camp. Kreiger is mating .

['ke to know, but no one would I ,,Furchgott & Co.. the leading !armful of purchases in town Archie Conductor John Gillette of the barrels at Crystal River camp In Cit W. Smith, of Honolulu Hawaii Islands

I take a tumble as one of o dry goods merchants of Florida, extend Hutchinson started down the city ,dock I work train already had his train and rns County. Louis Howell-aeot up was in town from Friday of last

r clerks did last week to find ura. I cordial invitation to excursionists to put himself and his load in his yacht I crew awaiting orders and as soon as from Miami was at work on a house, week till Monday.of this a guest of the

|says he knows how nine out of I next week to call at their Dry Goods preparatory< to sailing to his home down ': Bates brought in the news Super. carpentering near Crystal River camp Palms. While here the gentleman

$en looked anyway and Clothing Emporium and exet ac the Lake. Whether his pints run was visor John Hill left with Conductor and he told Mr. Adams he had made visited the Everglade and other planta- ,

quainted with the proprietors and their: out of place or be was unable to.see Gillette and his grew for the scene of twenty-five dollars clear money at barbering Cations and expressed himself as very

kers is a game that is interesting mammoth stock. This firm is perfect;y over his armful of packages isnot the wreck. since he was sent up last May. much'pleased with what he saw.

F our fish dealers and a few other reliable and worthy of the friendship known but from some cause he walked Arriving there the crew went to work All the prisoners are led three meals 1

citizens,who are practicing dui and patronage of the East Coast people. off of the dock into the water, which clearing the track while the work train of good substantial food each day, and Frank Idner left for Miami Saturday-

dr spare time possibly with an fortunately was not very deep, so,owing brought the passengers, mail and express from none did he hear any complaints to open a branch store ,in that place,
[the championship In 'the comingnent ,Florida is highly recognized by the to his stature, he was able to keep his back to town, also bringing Engineer as to food or treatment. his father remaining in charge of their

which is being talkedof appointment of her two Congressmen 01 n packages comparatively dry but for a Amason who was under the care ..s.Copt main store here. We wish Frank success

st the amateur checker players., very important committees lIon. R. W. considerable ways above his feet his of Dr. J. A. Pugh who had gone up with Nathan Saunders of E len, one in his venture and take this opportunity
Davis is placed on the Inter-State aDd clothes were in a very moist condition. the relief crew. of the best known pineapple growers of of speaking a good word for him

| said that the Florida East Coast Foreign Commerce committee Hone He finally succeeded in getting everything United States Marshal James McKaywas that place, died Monday quite sadden to all our friends in the Bay Country.

ay Company have ordered five M. Sparkman is given place on tb including himself into the boat the only passenger shook up or ly. Capt. Saunders has been a resident:

I 1 engines to be ready by Novem- Committee on Rivers and Harbors. and left for home. As the water and bruised much but he was on his feet, of the East Coast for many years and Senors Frederico Sanchez of Matan.

The order for these, engine With 1,200 miles of sea coast Florida' weather were both warm and the young standing in the aisle when the shock leaves hundreds of friends who were admirers vas, Cuba and Juan Montalvo of Havana -

ea placed with the Schnectady representation on these committees i s gentleman himself a votary of salt water came and he accomplished several sum- of his blunt manly hearty and Cuba, arrived ia this town Saturday

Dative works and the specifications eminently fitting and appropriate. baths, no harm resulted from his takingthe mersaulta-finally coming down prone on frank ways. He was an experienced: last and are looking up the possibilities

r cylinders 18x25 inches.. Ameri- voluntary plunge in the mannerhe his back badly shaken. a little bruised fisherman having engaged for the greater of this section in the way of

lance valves drive wheels 63 Strohms customers don't seem very did in public on that occasion. but otherwise uninjured. Dr. Graham part of his life in' the fish trade on raising tobacco and sugar cane. They
I in diameter. well acquainted with the smooth-fac ed It is to be distinctly understood
that C. T. McCarty and several ladies and the New England coast, the Great are stopping at the Seminole.
clerk now in the store the childre: no intimations are meant by this article children and several other passengers Lakes and for recent yean on the East
ices will be held as usual at the rut from him crying with terror and for the young gentleman is one were aboard but all escaped uninjured. Coast of Florida. THIC Sun extends its M. E. Grnbcr wife and boy expect to

gational church nest Sabbath he]has even been seen pressing his at.te of Stockport's best citizens and would- Yesterday a number of our citizens sincerest sympathy to his family and leave on August, 4th to spend a few ,

i school at 10x0 a. m. PreachHJOO Goes upon Mrs. II. S.Miller .on ODe be pineapple growers, and he had not went up to the scene of the wreck where friends who will so grievously deplore weeks with relatives Mrs. Gruber stopping

subject of morning sermon or two occasions. The sooner Mr.Millera : smoked a cigarette all that day, and the the engine and cars still lay in their his sudden demise. with her mother in Titusville while '

meats of God;" chosen, tested pears again in lull feather including strongest decoction that passed his lips picturesque but frightful positions Mr. Gruber. with the boy will continue }

' Christian Endeavor at 7:00 si e whiskers and mustache the better, *'while in the city was an ice-cream soda crews at work giving all their time, the to F.Geo. L. Swift, manager of the .L..W. on to his home and mother,in Charlotte
Co's
[k. Evening sermon at 7:45, ,ub- h for family and business reasons i vanilla. flavor, getting the trestle in shape for the ex- night for Mangonia a trip to Key plantation West, left Jas.t]I N. C. We wish them all a pleasant trip. ,
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I Mf/I'r dirt tira/tlIIrl. A.
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PUCK.
.x d The 1arge Lxsea.e i a eei fna Fn.atiz 1. &.WInua lit MElT fIB TIE ABIImB. cmmcm If
the Ctxn"'s b.dwe a Ieeared feet.
Tire awe,&ri.is
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ous &W'U thiI spot DES TI ST.efrvwa..a .
t TM
tsunx ..
the t c1ltaiisa.df ud'1'piba. c are-a. :ar ie tttart spta die
wan jsteteai1 lct ida't II.'tedeft .. X-.1 .Wt a f5peddts 1'IJNn"hU.ceaat.teat let.eer--. Estiiei for Work ud 1fatJori..t
Aaaea2ie .. OaR'
r.et .
maeb with the .time sltf J .41t'tieL 'DIe r ama. srl9r d tie 411 Touch. Ja Etr.et5as-5onrb. dad. tieaenee 1M&e.dftd L the p mI.
incenseissyospcvestJw '"l-= wffiiee-'-Ute Farm Td.w.rST .
slpr trig 1'B T&WJa1.r.: be rlaceded s4 JQr1oft: .ma7'J .......'t Air. ee4 hIL be. ....... J"Dabt apariIr L:;Al ad 4aU.u.eRit Ji8-
;
xc. Xe&eoed Ob. take tiaae .d ad PArr BEACH.
f' laads Hot C 7.245 TENT felt( .UOL FW.lIDLL. atsatae ierH era tIIIttie
*t iaeea certified to f11e &a *K! set .ad "*iwt7&a4 ta teame a Ira 4et.tr fa I i
asBciarf far t* jeaa" past. ?eery s sp.es;
T.u.8Utt BA'f.8QUII Gozt .2d. Lindacq taxed mder: >taozd DANIEL. Tbendcsn it. .tU.dta aria dette.a ESTABLISHED 1375.
eo.U'Daiatsd add ia Sat taw aDd riich: hus k- tbatlhe .JWId&I JIMIitn1M .t tom: '
f
} I, attire The ape cLead: Qk.. I DEITUT L !.aU tie s.e.ie.bp esaarstd, aU William A. Boors &
prraoaee4 d pIItdwed from State ti*I i 1 0Je0.... tZ1U
tuUJ
the Gow nitaios ie 4.1ariq: .rwasvL eetd Se qke _
u k obis: & 7Urc1L I J.a.II ttarge of asd JBMqIt e.. .
: : Tactsa besegiae i Ii Ii tau.td..be..me
E..JLJL
a fee
Dyvldaon i lalat
., d Q; i trap te
I q. n- ace propel/, lot which have W..U.T-CE JL MOSES mss.be.e. Grail EaritD Seeds and ,
pwsdest; 1L.E.n." ..jala::tad cd 1etm'Hd aa tors dad 4II'deret at n-booft. Ail m .
d ife .aM..I.IL&u. d Iota feaoe 1f1rids rte ovserc: tbatae1Yfi. &rcorzser t.D L jr.I shah day f1f lair A Do Ib9ZSri

i _. Kim ., Jofca L. Serf/, Jr, d -' ...theta jgrkjr*
uh Coat"brie bees se4 teed i. ,SdL' Ifrtovemestr aad eLsega &.I'iIIt- .e P-.1...tale a.d TI.Mt ...bYd -
Oerk.TIle ieUkegdrl9Brt&ewLo reads to 8tfIrta Ul' I'C.&L.IIC wa.t.erun.:. SssdlNlah tie Eat tad]Seat llea.ile SeeIIa. l t ,
fifflte I Un bag: Snag tie YOrk leera tie v-.e, 0 Y4 yeti. '
fear eo>rpWnta to make of Asses&ar J hart tried ta be Stir 42147 gun hta n ..piuAda.Ci1vT fcj, .do Oils HOST Bra IJ
,
Ait t .aa4 < Cstdfr aad h tirt..1 .
sa
trtkR Sat sa the a deer.eed .
to tBe' : trig cf Iw edn. .
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ud Slsd.ll --.ee&.,
t.bfaa at uahsr ores aas CraJt CAPt .
S. Tda.katlft. ., c u .S
1
O the 01 !.tkt M dam tog iaa.1iliiitJ of Dade Cvanty: Clouds, a .owe sbereiab I ttata tot ii
\. J..ar-t the ( .. lore: w that 1 tSv act fluke IOTA" rim Xd tied BtvLets aM U'YO
l' don wig Wd a for the Pi'"rr.1ct tin cite a.a tnzlIfW3r lulus Cawrp.a..a p.rLerabta,,tvspared d sans. State
Agents For
.: .)f : d"_" eoa&ratioa say t*It I am set 1x&d7 to carrot. f f the Silts tf Florid at Lug d it.lard. Beery Iahttr. IAuc JI$s. Ti ygett-Al!en Ferti.

,:. ; r.f..:.... b.1 0 0 AI'J4' m- etWI when shout tbe1 Dried..arra aid C9&ada bard..Eo A.TelJ.k the platatSS, u.I Gea. sts;Brea WwuIS l' ...... ei Taa, orte Tree a.A y; '
-' :"- .. An that I uk ia Cut tie trhak. UraftrdUOSt B.Eac sad&T-asy. Ide..,aaI E. naeenm.n e smite .___91 hcMII. J"iAtiII" ,
ac1Qpti.og sefiedner,rata, rvS* and taSi be told aid 1 dl abids by the .u ..Wi- sisgayy Getett U laid+ far "T'p'" 1Ine.: ecp u a bite..aM.tmIl d

I rrgofatioos for therertrsl ttsoJt.- ,0. te TaeHMi EC* E1ock. d.-
traupor.tatitm La tIDa L91iztW0e.I wWs tD7 Tut tats ISe.eb, Dad. jOIJJ2ES Fkaldi_
p : fiAt. i tile State lost I ri me afx' 4tiAt a madott ..o..1kIOIr at 1--. ziac t. e JrpI '
d JOW tnna is roaIat: the ui9l.w.QUA t
.
H1UW1:- .... I g.. ..it Cat dieT Ir ILatclUgt rT.H. LlYUGSTOY, nat...., 1. ..... .a_D.ii ick&flh11h.
: Tac.5 Oe East Sdc,is act ut.lle bfgbfst dad bid tgddet, br nab tie
CAP Juoa- that we pab. assessed asd pan aotnes.** JUSTICE OF THE PEACE krnormg dern n.ed sal state d the detail ,

-I w IIbirola time trio bane ue given to The tomb is that the State and Sfatbiadis.ay4sak2 De4eeo.w.FWiia.0Cat1a rilte.wed fa,Dade cwaty. FI.rda, ttr
Ce
'" ; u4 ti7 t.bt grower: theoiretree aty cwrei from the Per Ya -- D '.
i.a T gSu t, lH -
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property,oe die East t.M&
Sde, attain
plan 4If __
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: wet eo ..bubd by ilfir.tpa kII- !- i mstKt' 3zrsLYYU3K.U "-- IBM tel t.5wtautSeedoa .
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erkitottof the aetail reeapti and ToariThu.Atl y. !REL CEO.0.IVTLZL.. WrtJ' (301. 111 Tssdlpf8lrtydt -

act wpcoditnrw,and a sari be r- !QS z covus & BCTLEB.tUNBFOn (Stn Suet ba lurt7..tweUj Shoes Hats 1
lied Dect Tax Assessor. ( East.aa4 na Teat twe.ty (28) tbalrI. ,
; E>D'" about eufTeet. So far we AND Cim
EMSlMEEtS. cute bosad.ry he GI sin east bal ..ta..a.sm
{Tars ptltti'kabed rfpArtof rt'gvtibllsrained We pre epaee to the fonpng Office at tree calL .JIada T2.rtad.dlseetkmtl+btp(3O):

and ebjpp doricgtbe TaadFpricg letter from oar worth/Depot/ Tax afctol.eda legally fcd etiaraatfKnMiSB Mft-Criifcd aa4 1.aa4r.c.up* far.. thrive ru iwth DirtT-a 125) tl.tr a Hardware Croekeryj
MM ,
be eI
rivet acid east kaS fVMfttr sodiaft
dad bar OD* Ittewor,vnidfcxpbioa itMlL -.t1 1 1r 7ea-
mar or LTA ctiffwt woffc.MafcMteM inward e.c- at laid Seetkm tUrtj(30)tiesee e..
two more to patJist We bare., With an dae de&rtsee to Mr.Ocnrta fcy aifl near prompt atte. cart t..ty fZ9 cMStr ta aectiwSa artiUeaee AND
tie.. M*-.a4 Else tria. u Lowest U*. IMStttJoM ... GROCER
Ii bafan t'd after earrfcl renew of the tW"llIty..mem1.! tf4t7(38k
proD e wport of cereral WEST: JMUt BEACH.Fl-i- U-7->> .
ru ortJk tibtj-ire (33 ckiJa.toptwe
iir i- crop of pfa&pplat M tootf U the editorial eomptaiaed of, we fail toDd
returns ere ail In, ao4 wOI pot&btba anything --Y aJeacli.ud oo- T.J. FLOOD. em ol Usd.sore or test PAUl BEACH, FLORIDA, Mutt cf Eayal121S5 Pcbs

a< ooo M reorirtd. We'uk fair to the Ifiseeeor" ia the artkfe.HKTC Aim ill MrCb-eMt BarterUJalac d.onhtgw1erdf5e .
x ARCHITECT AND BUtLDE rtkta hktyoae (311. D4 !jP
aapf our r a4 n la this County certain/ wan oo intent when i Ion,(.{4}acre*dell Uad.we_la. j
eat s fiqu for style e(
vba bart kept aeeoost of the rempU0&4 writing the editorial to reflect is any Lt'lasaad aay abets trattI of Lad are im TontUf T""T' 'Sr-r-
famac* Teen npt'l'ina Ia Dedpl.j t.tIirty tbt (38) 6o tk. Eu$e 1IHtJ-t.
expeim: of either their manner upon the work of the JUaea.: "mlliui IfnlilinuiiVEST 2-14-u (427 Eart.u
lout vfatrr refutable crop or thHBoer' nor,nor are we able to find an/. language PALM BEACH. FLOHIDA. Ee.21.L '.....teed,.?. reedpt h. 1"

} *pineapple erop t4 farabb In it that does reflect upon 757. A.E.HETSEE. G G. SPRINGER
J-l-St SpedaiXa.teeLcbueal.Thefade
tben to u, an matter what the hid work aa twfaff+ "artitrmy" or iL D. L. DODSON.Wfami ,

r bowing,Jot uortl ro reader want "partiaL" '.,
y :_ artaal last, dad 1fc k only actual Wi said la the artiste County State Bank

;.,.' fade we want topr. uI ereued assewmenta are the IORJ- ......Jbaa.f.act1zrer.w: lad Shifper 01...'
Florida.
=__ cal reealU- this of itself removes .. Palm Beach FIon a.

'. C000 KOADS BASIL any eoneinaioa of arbitrary assess 5 5i. J
menta, oaks eharge were made WILSON AVEAT1JEUFOUD, Authorized Capital $10Q, QO. i. '

!I,+ t The raise of food roads U ono of ,ewberein the article, which are TONSORIAL ARTIST. Paid Up Capita$15 JOO. ICE

,r the wUongees pleas In their favor, not, j
glUrlBj Parlor slit door to Past 0>tia. ANDDistilled
; while tbftr tIt U the greatest bio.draoee Tbe point we raised waa the feast T.1.81 shill'W'IIJU Barber fa TUW"L OFFICERS:

} to tbeir being made nearly! bOit/at all time,under oar present E.N. DI1f1Cf Prttidnt. J

.0 ores the l& tS. system of State and County taxation irAGXOLIA.BABBElt SHOPB. E. N.BRELSFOKD, ric -Pr idellt.. 3

The friend,!tf'good road are oottw ,of low assessment at the ex. GEO. L. BSAHHH8, Ctuluer. Water

; -, J look out ill the time to find out peone of high mileage the point ia ,. B. Bttmr, Proprietor.

ways of making, and material to not answered b/ the eommu: 'cs- 7w Work by a firsUlats BarkrChop Branch OffiCI i II West BUCL S ... :,

t !: nee oo each roads eo a. to bare two of Mr.Cowiee.We .
Office Hours From
oa OJJ< tdoors MttkSEM1HOLE xo a m.to i p.m.
them tome np aa near ai poaaiMe' to understand well that the of The Sua of6 r> -tL R
very 6e nl Eaklsj Bs&eu Trasirtii, rriL raton, Ice C es ti FreeIefl u
f' the standard and jet be made aaeaifljr large cams of money infested and

1 b' aad rbeaplj 8M poeeible. Improvements made in,Dade Count/ BARBER 'SHOP... receipt Callecdoaapro.ptJlrem1ttAI Drafts botudit u>d sold OB 01 Uu day pI '1at- later Culen.1

t' .,We bare advocated good road of late lean mOlt naturally] increase! JOHNSONQGfAUR1DEAUProp' ". deal tick of the Called SUto. 42997E.H.DIMICK

for quit a .bU,for we know that our a e&ement retorns, and we do galUfactioa tint CUMTeuotial CunntetdeSXCTOUS work. "Q. '

i 'f tb# Mate at large, and e.p.oei< tbflCoUDtl..oold bt po4tJT benefit' is the article found fault with M/ Wett twin. a BeAd& Fkrida.U"776. West Proprietor

-: ted bjcJiATinK aoeb roada W e bare that our itaiiit wire too high. Cocoa and fffesf Palm Deep

: a! o' nBggeeted ways and material The article treats the question getter- Palm iom

'_ RtdiEareBt t'mH and again would ally,aad abonld bare been ao tale ., fed Spanish and Jan IT.tf r H

I j mutton and advocate tbe .ow off A to the statement said to be circulated Beach
i ,
cEtulcy '
f .twsll,and uk our Count/.Cora ml* that the "Flagler Hotel -'"

ioneni to try and sire ai.aa' ,soon property on the Eaat Side ia not Drug --
PineapplSlips
,; a* pooaiUe.at I act one good shell assessed and pa/a no tares," we

,;. road ruoolng from swish to south, bare never beard such a statement and SuckersFor ...... Store. IJ DO HOT rOEOET......

the foil kaltb of the Coontj. made,aid know nothing of ita being -
Kate,of Following Varieties fix
U they tblok we cannot afford it circulated. Such a statement, if Abbaka, Porto Rico, "Russell & G f

. 1 Jl> t uowiet them mate a start at it made,would be too absurd to be beUered Smooth Cayenne -DE1LEES D-

bj bar log the Coontj Borrejor itart ,for it wool mean eithfrgroaaorerefgbt Egyptian Queen, JTS. ADxI

: in and lay out ft road properly! and on the part of both tbeAWftor Ripley Queen Golden Queen, r- DRUGG

j permanently, bare it brt bd oat and Board of County Coinmkaionent Whith Antigoe. Drugs Toilet Articles '

and, where powitle, bare the leaves ,or a wilful omission from Pernambuco, SWlruggist
CABBY
mow and pineneedles raked into it, the tax roll, neither of which could Env ill s. WE A FULL UslC Tropical
;; Early deliTerr caa be made part of the
x for bON of OJ who bare made pro eecape notto and open comment.We trait root thin Plantation baring been picked Fine Stationery and -1

vaie roads and foot and bie/cie think a more careful reading of laitmontn. Apply to Job

S paths through this county know the article objected to will show our C.C. MATTHAMS, erfume; ,

t a that neb mat**laI, wbSbt not u worthy Deputy Assessor that there Flarlda PlwppIa! Coapatt; Druggist Sundries. ,ts letter Heads
tXnefttaDd ) II in it either 5.ZI-81 West Palm Beach Fla A Fresh
r' good at then,vtOI U of great nothing "misleading or .Line of Notepads

U very durable for such eau/ unfair to him" nor are his Jndge- PrescriptionaCarefnllj Compounded Statements

and cheap attainable material. ID meat or aasflwmnjti any manner East Coast Business Solicited. Courteous Treatmen. BusinessCanls _

reference to the nee of pine needle! impugned b/ it. SiblCribo r fr;r Tko Su WEST PALM BEACH, 6-10-98. 0.1.91, Bill Heads .
SemiJ10le fj I, And allkinslo"ise

You: Supplied?

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.rim. TROPICAL, SUN,: 'WEST:PALM BEJLCS, > ifcjfilDi/THURSDAY/JULY.29,::UST. ;,J.
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PINGS AND CULUXGS I,fied germ of the malarial fever, and according THE BA! JtRI/ I-a. EII.RUBER ',DEALER]N.: Kadsua; -- J.:' '. ". :: ... --

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to the well-settled law of inoculation t
,
|Notes,From Everywhere Scissored the Introduction of the weak Just arrived-the very latest and finest .. -
Groek-e
From Our Exchanges. germ renders harmless an attack by the Dry. Dress White and Fancy Goods. '- and j ja
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strong germ. "Price no Object"TAILORING ,

; were more people maimed and Third. The mosquito never swallows DEPARTMENT.We '\,. ." :''<. .. ,-:.. Glassware,Limp*aad Laniertu.

n the United States July 4 and 5, human blood. It can not The fact do not send away to the spoiled ':" .2' : $ ,All "Kinds of:Boat' Goods. -.

bg those who died from beat and that its body becomes discolored and Tailors but take your measure cut fit If Store,7lawueDooralla.baadASada.
sent than were maimed and swells while probing, is caused by discoloration and make your clothes right here on the ,,, vt"';:t'if.. 9 All Kindof Flshiiig Tackle and Sparling Goe i.Qolfc .

11 the war between Japan and of the lymph in contact with premises, REAL TAILORS.Fit refunded.. ,\;c/ .. Meal Gwoline Bros.'Ready Store Mixed. Bloe Paint Flame KeroMne OU Btorcs.Hirrison ,

This seems 'an extravagant i the blood and the muscular effort of inserting guaranteed or money : in conectioa with Store_

ent, but it 13 not, and the pity oft I the probe. Sirkin's Bazar,. LargetGalvanlnd Tanks a Specialty.'

the loss of life would in time Fourth. A mosquito will,never insert Seminole Block. Contracts takes anywhere In the Coonty for Ti.Koofi j,CBtttrinj.
7-i-im : -J.g6 _
"Ji: PlumbIJr.EtC.
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be classed as needless slaughter. its lancet in a person not susceptible < = i

to an attack of malaria. In_this respect '
.
exchange says: "There is onlyht its sense is more accurate than the . . . . .- I .
to advertise, and that is The Peacock Inn ,
way most skilled and experienced patholo-

net yonr name, your location gist., This also proves not only its unerring -LOCATED ON- TICKETS i U,, :HENDRICKSN. ;

bur business so constantly so pertly instinct, but that it never wounds .

and thoroughly into the pea I unnecessarily. Its thrusts are those of Bi3e&YF : SAY, ...TO... + _. "

cads, that if they walk: in. their a skilled and humane surgeon, and even General ,:Merchandise.. -
"
they will instantly tuna. their more uuselfih, for hope of a fee never Five miles south of Miami LJL POII I rs.Maynard's -

wards your store. The newspa-- quickens him, nor does the malediction The oldest and largest Ho. :Wholesale Oils \

|your friend in spite of your crib of his patient dater him in the fulfil tel''' on the Bay.Steamer Direct '-AT-s Gasolines,7.6 and, 88. Salt, teGim? ,Faints, Cio hL,

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It helps t<>build up the com Sa- meat of his duty. Railroad and con. :
bat nection withFALIXi Met Agency '
supports you. ... Rat Caps Sloes Ms SeEd d TIC -
Ery
i have grown rich at law; men Toe South For.Home See ken. :BEACH;;. 201 W. Bay. 8t, Cor.Began, ,. ,
.I 4-28-97 .J&.kaoavillc.Floridai.. .

wn rich growing oranges; mewn L The South ia now attracticting more and. daily Steamer !and .. .. . ... .. . . 5c*[ ItIa hine e Hardiare. '
i rich in merchandising; butis attention from homeseekers and capitalists Launch connection with .
.
> the man who has grown rich than any other part of the UnitedS'ates. MIAMI. Agent- for Maprf and,WUUinu ft Clart'i. r Is,",

Bg a newspaper-ocala Banner, The farmer is finding out that JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President _--e_ fi+i ait. s..1

tet one Ayer.t Ocala, introduced b/ reason of low prices of fertile lands Rates $2.00 yep day and opmairiGHHSPEAGOGK&SONPropr's RAYMOND D. KNIGHT,,Vice-President Anti-Friction Iron Marine Railway .

[into the Florida Legislature and and a genial climate the South is the THOS P. DENHAM. Cashier. For Boats 75 Feet ia Length and.Ul1d r. '. .

others voted for it, to refiic; place for the husbandman. The capitalists JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant?.ashler.NatlonalBankof *

ipts of newspapers for publish see the natural advantages for manufacture Steamers .'

Ivertisements-men whose election where factories can be nut COCOANUTGBOYE.FLA, "Lake Worth" and "Gladys"On

eminence were due to newspa- every week in the year with profit in 2-13-tf. .
Lake Worth.:
Base ingratitude is this.-JackHie -
the midst of an inexhaustible supply o f <

ftleiro f olis. raw material. CEO.S.HACKER & SOW Schooner II ."MARY B.".regularly between Lake Worth and JacksonYill/-

Indeed,in no country on earth can the .
plain J.T. Wofford the, wellknowable home seeker and capitalist find such Free- Delivery Boat on take Worth.

and orange grower of Grand'' /wonderful advantages and attractionsas the State ,of: Florida M.96 Lake Worth,Florida:. :

3, has decided to take up a new 1 o- in -
resultscan
the South. Here better .
having purchased some forty be had for the money than else 1td
of land near Modelo, in Bade where. More Northern people are com I _- TRANSACTS_A-, "' :

Ity, where he will go into fruit and ing Soutn to live than have come ,dur'

able growing on an extensive ing any year heretofore. The advan GENERAL BANKING; BUSINESS. T.Y. CASHEN /
This is looked upon as tile be- .
tages of the South are being realized
ng of an exodus of a large number ,
and the Northern and Western men '.
old-time into this aree .
: orange growers '
coming without delay. Nowhere .'
of and Deater''n
|country, as a great any'of the good living and a comfortable home be Accounts of Bankers Manufacturer '. 7.' -

in's friends will follow him in the made more easily than in the South. MANUFACTURES OF \Merchants, Manufacturers '
Jacksonville Cilt:- n. The Forum.

-+.. Doors, and Individuals solicited.... YEtLOW: PINE 10 MBE'R;

be of the most extensive industries Vies FOP The Plnl ppl... Sash, :
achua is the manufacture of .

(ties, which County has lately developed The commercial advantage of the pine Blinds, CDitaI{ l an 8nl'Dln $$190,000 0 .

an industry employing nearly'a does not rest with the sale ,of the fruit .MouldingsAKD :: .AndT flb0t.nc

and men at (550 per week Bach of these varieties which I recommend .'. .
Issue oar own drafts to all the pri
crossties are not cat for the rail- will give an average of from fi Material
Building cities in Great Britain Holland,
i df Florida, but most of them are to ten new plants each season, if pro pa Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy/ Uo0ld, agsT9neI Wort, Fancf Scroll WorkiPicY tl, Lan;Or>1>p1 l Yecef ll crcO
d I to the Yellow Pine Company at ly treated, and the cost of treating a: CHARLESTON S. C. and .
Sin, Portugal Germany.I4cksonviile '
andina, who ship them to Nand ew plant properly for a year does not exceed LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. Jacksonville, Florida. 1 ? gT

: other' Eastern ports. Many two cents. { Florida
(JIll': Send for Prices. ,
nd crossties have been shipped to Now suppose you plant an acre with, -

r York for the New York Central let us say 8,000 plants. It is safe to \ .

road.-Gainegvilleiwrffapa. /. that within two from the :
say years i
mUi uity afl raise tne cievii in f r-ett-int; .e'acres more c: WT 7.. ""' .....;'btJ ;ofL qi'As Z rzt If
nute. A farmer Tha
near Tallahass from Xnn1homJJlI
that the have your own stock, and the sale of LODlr .CmDl8JlJL ;
) to mow the grass off tile frnii and remaining plants will have ---
od floor to .
find
ily the baby. One paid all expenses and netted you a I-Wholeule And.ItoUll D-len I._i
him
near
had
twin
babies with I handsome !
income.
one cradle, and the kid who had to 1 have demonstrated These are facts that New Goods Arrived Wood 'Coal l .Coke'Bri.qk
and
) on the floor grew twice as fast as puted. cannot be dis 'I '-ime,;.Oem

>ther. Where the soil is richest a I recently received a letter from Pen- "\ ent
dare Great T" Shingles and Laths.
not stand Stock Of. ,
on one foot'ny sylvania from which I take the follow ... .
fbof time lest one leg becomes ing extract to show .
yon that the '
r king than,the Come other: and bother him to dispose of the fruit are endless. ways l1adies; Dress GoodsFine 'Vitrified ;Paving; :and '-8idewalk: tick .' .

with. to Florida and grow' "The value of the pineapple is not

the country.--jacksonville at present at all appreciated and as it .

vd of Commerce.le becomes known the demand and .nrite Poole, Caehmerep, Crepons, Silks andS "
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will increase. If West Bay' Street
I could get a, quantity r romer Fabrics. .
sat in his hard
bottomed of the fruit at this time
I I would
tryin g fo think of pay a
a thought and good price for it, for I have 428097Jacksonville Florida.
lunged his lingers about a way of Ladies' and Gents; Hosiery.Ladies' ,
lair through pjtting it up as a cough, cold and
but
had written not one topic they brought dyspepsia remedy, and also as the most Parasols and Men's Furnishings.
of .
temperance, tariff delicious'

P, and de, and joked the about prospects of having that I could table sell syrup quantities ever, and tasted would, so I Special Sale' Florida East 1*si!!

,ice, cream and Coast-Ry
k lemonade till his readers had told trait"PIT handsomely for a quantity of the ,.... ,

J bstop. ,And weary of thinking The writer of this letter has organ 100 Pairs Knee'Pants at'15 Cts to 25 Cts. ,Tin.T t>I.lT....-,.c.(rMUd U*....S. 1117. Y
came to his -
eyes and he pillowed ized a company, and work has now commenced SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH
lead BOUND
: on his I 1..Vp a
desk
when the thoughts on the building of a cover for Gents' No... .... 0117 Nob T
a : 0 .
Ih for him bad refused ten Uiudexsiiixtsat ...... ...... ...... 0 O' _'
that to arise,came -acre pinery, for which I have a contract at 25 cts and 50 eta which ...... lOb. ...... 905 ...... v. : a5P ..... ...: ..;...
pups were strong and grotesque. to supply the plants. ormeIYlold at 50 cts ,and_ $1.00 ...... III ..... ..... ...... Ar..St.Anewdne.:..... y. 6 ...... ?...". ...... .
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She ideas airly ......lIUQa :..... .'..... ...... ...._... _A DCU&tine. Ar. I ...... .;.... ....:. ::....'
floathe selects One of the best .. .HuUn ........ ...... .
the known patent medi- 11 ....... ...; .I. /i6 ....,. .... .......
It one of the tribe; and this icine ...... 1160kI43p ...... ...... ...... -.E&a$Pal 4 ...... ....-.. ... t ....
while is the concerns in the world has invented I ,......11 00&..... ...... ..... Lt......... Ptlttk*.... .LT. 4 P|...... ...... ..::: ......
dreaming he i The ...... ... .. .Pa1atka..A.r. 4 .. :....
wrote: "Now juice extractor and Boston .. .... ...... .
a
i time to process of putclgnt Store ...... 805* ...-... ...... ....:. Ar.&D........ Xateo..Ly. ...... ....., .....' ......
\ subscribe -Hilkboroblifat. and'commission.J.- --*.. ...... Rasp .1.... ...... ...... Lv.......:. & MAteo.\.r. I ...... ...... ...... ......
i jifiis I i. MRS. Wag ...... 106p ....: ...... ...... '..... ..Ormond..........Ar. ...... ...... ...... ..:...
crates cost 20 cents a piece; nails, | J. FRANK. PronV.- ...... II ...... ...... ....... uu..Port.__ __._,.D&J'toDa._.0-_._....._............ ." .I....... .:..._. ..,..... ._..... "
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cents a crate; wrapping for ...... Itop ...... ...... .... .'...0. .. ...... ...... ...... ......
:ording to the annual of paper; ( Seminole Block on Banyan Street, WEST .... IlSplI81p ...... ....... ._-I ...... .New Smy; !aa....... ...... ...... ...... ...... Y
PALM .
eceiver of the report ery tomato is wrapped) 2 cents a crate; to X 6-24"97 ,EACH ...... 162& ...... ...... ....:.:,| ......:.....J9&kB-1>. ........ ....... ...... ...... ......
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d Key West Railroad Co., eking, 10 cents a crate; making 34 ...... ,..... ...... ...... .....-.. .Coco .........' 12 .....,. ..w. ...... ......
the net nts a crate j .. .. 835? ........... 1811
here .
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in ; y. .. .
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igs were $18,963 contrasted expense getting ..... ..'.". ...... ...... .Bockledw..Um : :. M '
with 406pj40&p .....:
fiat of the ady for shipping,. or, for the 1,237 ... :.... ...... ....../ w'.........Ewi.. Giifle.......... 11 ,.,
.
corresponding ...... .... o&rno ....:... Ii ..... .. .
year of [ 4 Up .. ...... ...... ......, x
ates $420.53. To this add ......
f for fer- .... ;.Jfelbourue. .....
The
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loss on the 129 4 Mp .... .... .. ... .. M ..... ..__
was $29.168 road for the izers, making {549.58, which taken haryouwant .....: 4 Up...:. .. ..*, .::. ....-.;....Sebastian-Roaelrad. ................. "" 10 ......... ..........
against $iI1,442 for STEAMBOAT? .. 600p.. ...... ...... ...... ... ..:.
irevious year. m the net returns of 11.94320, leaves ...... Ojp ...... ...... SOOs ........:Fort 8L Lnoie..a..:...:.. .. :
This loss ...... .
la I .... .... .. 1
on the .. 680..
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607a ....... .
't is .393.62 to pay for his tomatoes, pick. ...... -Bden. .........
.
stated ) .... ..
I4ip .. a
was caused o--We have them 0 ala ..... .....JtI1 .. !
by the to sell and if ...... !1D.
I ?, working, planting and we have none ..:. .: ... 140& :.
seed.lie :....:
orange .. 1041. ::
crop. As I .. a..Atm.y
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more groves are bad two men on on hand to suit we can build...... ::.... ....::. Jlltt813a 8 : ;
into working his j.lace flip ..... ... Hobe ..
pg bearing Sonn3......
however ...... ,8 Ti.i
and ..... .. .. .
the ffrip
gttlarly.for four ; 8 :....,. 118& ...... ;
tion of the country along the line d hired a some little extra or help five months I w JUST WHAT YOUWANT.. ....:. 8 Stftp lOp............... ..,..: n.( 'A8Rr.; '( .,.::Wed-..-"-'.Riviera Jupiter............ .. !6 : .
roving, it is during :::::: Palm Beach..Lr f 24
believed I ...... ....
that the e are also ..... .
road prepared to famish_ : Lnton .
w
eking time but has ( / ...... .. ,
no account of thee B3Sp .......... ? : tt4s
>e earning more than its expense the II ...... to./ ...... .. IJIP ... ..Feet.. Lnderdala.... M 558a1._ ............ ......
two ....
I ted,charges within a abort time. regular bands put in on the I a ..... 111 alp ...... :,. Ar......*.. ...,Mlamt..Lv. 6 .. .!
ding to the Receiver's op nor of the amount paid to the ex Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write t4tl

cal condition report, the hands, but it would probably amount xo.a A-jiWiBBANCH.. Trains S2.SS,11 ADd T8. rtw-aJ J"
of the road J sonrtUeao IU. .
has : TAnoNd. AnrutiMdair/
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neglected made wherever and improvements have not >,000 enough, if tot to_less cut, but his this returns still down'gives to aofit or call on us for Anything in oar Line that you need: ititIU1 ffia Ly.Nelll'v..fakoHrteo.: .9terSa..;.:!'Lv.Ar. E3- <5 465P Zip, Train Trala.l 868: ,,except between twtwwa Budar.Miami fort ud fart
; RMC ta4
n .-JackHe of about i IIIPI'l1 LIr..o.. CI&,_;'.Lr.lE to 11I3P Miami dallj, ](Dada '.
Journal f too an acre on the land. ....0ra0Be. n. .... Meept
Commerce.. I Merrill-Stevens "'-r. <. V.", 15 6. Train-: and T tonth BL.\qD.
is Engineering Co '
This land
.. very well drained, so- thet tine daily,except Sunday
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weather
did comparatively no dame .
\
- ;. ,but the plants'were '!hart by the Jacksonville, Florida. Th.t..a.r "

II laced W1Li ing north-east winds and by the dry .. "BISCAYNE" .

:tile.work!,'and the 8pec i other, but most of'all by a fungus ProprietorjACKSONYILLE! MARINE RAILWAYS e .- -,
t1inders --o
tBusinchel.. tt has given our tomato con If appointed to Perform Serrioe z
t I ; 'Al11e, growers 6-24-97 a*foUowt: : .
ce valves; drive xheels 'able trouble of late ,especially' Lean JaA1a JO:3J '. .
6J years p.1L WedAea1all and&&urda,. eoaneetiag wick'fNq Do
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}.' rid that has been planted in toma- Lean DY WK3T S:A>..m.TMKU I ud frid .
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held
ttiooal as usual 'at the ni !of tliislasd had been.A remedythey I t J.P.BBCKW1TH.

church next SaLbalh i, has been found and Mr. Lennon .Tnmo Kauacer. J.D.TZAAHNEE, .___
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morning will astonish even the natives next w
tntEO( Sermon or J
;God 't r-
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;':rI..L enls' a sermon"Endeavor at ,at tested 7:00. a&i J_S.-Mr.. .Lennon, does no work. him-. ., '.a: Palm ,Beach, Florida. 15,000 Budded Trees

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