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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: November 19, 1891
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
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1 1 week, He t is bringing V4J down,for"* J>hid Ow: I NOTES FROM -OUR NEIGHBOR! all the good luck he has. Long may; COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. are being well attended. Mr.

.... he liv- and prosper.It .
a use a new. model, ," kerosene. ... ") launch- s I -.- bee's earnest manner of FrisA" ; '

South of Us-Miami, Lemon City, Cutler, Is rumored that Mr. Lewis Pierce Interesting Items Gathered by our Scribe gospel truths has awakened quite ,_a"1rt'

ci- A splendid rain, ,,ands, kite, truckei' rs Biscayne Bay, Cocoanut Grove, Etc.' I'has given a lot on the water front 300 Throughout the County. interest among our people and we
and the man who has a lot of1 .. .
orang - his visit may result in spiritual benefits
RIVER RIPPLES by 400 feet, to the syndicate that Is
trees that were set out during the flood to the
community.
LEMON CITY LOCALS. LOTUS COVE Y
-.- going to erect the large starch factor
of a few weeks ago; are as happy as .... .... .
wiierect
Personals and Happenings at tho be. -- here.- It is also rumored that he -

.. Events Thriving Towns Along the i can The school\ here Is progressing finely, a, large store. We hope these The total eclipse of the moon arrive gardeners are very" busy, pre
paring soil and planting seeds, aud !
Indian River I see that C. C.: Houston has become rumors may materialize and departed on time Sunday evening; I
Famous : already quite a large area is set out '
president of something down YOllr Schooner "Dellie" arrived in p"rt as Tommy Listy would say, "Moo s
As Noted by Our Regular Correspondent this,morning, > *' with tomatoes, egg-plants, Irish potatoes
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wayr Wish he would comeback and We are informed that Miss Mabc sick too much.
beans unless the
cabbage, etc.
bring his title along, for he was the Mr. Edward MolTat! has gone to Key; Whitehurst will go to Key West on i a ;
MELBOURNE MENTION.AS" male in West business visit to friends and relatives during th Capt. Benson Lyman has rcturuc season, should prove unfavorable we ,
only man out towplwlthoutbttet on a trip
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J : ::. ; ; 7be rest the ettlcc: : ptnln.or time her aunt Mrs. Russell Is at Tampa from Juno and vicinity, and he, Lou D. may reasonably expect the largest crop
Drj Brown and wife are now, plea!; a Cnpt.Fulfbrd is his homestead and the 0." the of fruits and vegetables ever raised i
7 torn officets, ftnd It Si d dti't 'II'atchont having J Miss Mabel will be greatly missed by; "Big are mucking at
""** nt1y*f ocateM !lsi' Vernon tottage. : our heads will swell as bad as a up Snake River improved. T her friends here, as she is a genera bottom of the Lake (fiift aloft) upon theLake.

for "cawn't help it, 'e favorite with all, and w'e hope soon to<
we y
of'Geot purser's,
Mrs. F" A. While and 'son, know." The sharpie\"Karris'! Brothers" ai. have,her with us again. REX. And now the frisky cutworm and th And here we feel moved to impress

glana, are guests, of the River Side. 't. .. I t.) rived; in port this morning.. ._ 'pesky leaf-roller get in their fine work, upon our hotels and boarding houses
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"" fi ( _? .-. and the tomato grower gets ou his the importance of, keeping constantly
: ""* -" Mr1: E\ has returned: (roil, Daile'i Great Fulurv.
P. Branch Mrs. Keyes reports the Social and knees, uses bad language and pick hand for the use of northern'guests ,

a few weeks visit in the interior( NARROWS NICK-NICKS. Profit club as doing,finely --.- them off. an abundant supply ofthe finest and ,
MOTTO, Fix., Nov. 7, 1891.
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Florida. -.-. ,,, best fruits and here.In .
< the Editor of the THE Si' vegetables grown
To Tnui-ii XL !!: .
The that the originators
Oil Tnesday'61arg boat Jwth three Mr. E. -iWhite and Peter Merrltt ar. spirit Animated ,, \
intercourse 'ilhsitors
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is / our we
s.i i girt S. H. Thurston busily engaged 1 I notice in jour paper October 7th, of the opposition rifle club must''
4 c"4 : t'work'on! bis 'Banana River home men aboard capsized just north cGray's rived here (1'0111he Lake today where some one is trying to run down have ascended its have listened to many and pointed
to
present sphere,
stead. landing at Hole-in-the-wall. As I complaints against our public houses
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Biscayne Bay, and claimed to be at and it will be mahy before .
'Mr5. Peter Merrit ,went to Key Wes we hope years ,
lhe
this happened in shallow water; old settler o( sixteen years. Now, ]1 for supplying their tables in a great .
The total eclipse; of the moon wa No ou schooner"Ardell" last Saturday another such narrow minded ex
w as easily righted. damage know there people win measure with canned goods of every
.watched by, a large number. here .las boat J; -. V-A. myself are hibitiou. ________
description, embracing vegetables,
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have settled here sixteen
; and arrived over yean
Sunday eve: Mr.; E. Moffat family
:Mr. I;. L. has just had completed .
Gray from : West schooner "Dellie." ago, and up to this time can show bul /I have before me the subliniest exhibition fruits, meats and even /fish, while large
on
and wit\ a four inch artesian well! Th Key of cheek and boomer's in of such "
Capt. Geo. G. Gleason '. very small improvements, and nc gall, quantities just predicts

spent a few days in town the last wek,. flow is very strong, and will give him lan Mi. George Niles will leave for Key; doubt the man who had that article the shape of a letter from an otherwise our visitors desire, are being shipped'

. '.'visiting old friends. ample suppt/of waters .:ThfwelUi West and Gainesville by next: mall written was a man who would sooner ,eminently respectable quaker gentle north during the entire i
, j. .,.. ,.. ________ 550 feet deep, the water is pure wh\t\ e see the devil than to see a, hard day's: I man. Said epistle does not bear a for would doubtless be to the interest of

! Messrs. N. Downey and Add Fee art sulphur. John McAllister did tin boat.Mr work ahead of him. He, no doubt, is sign stamp, but still hails from N. J. I our people all would make it a pointto

doing some fine artistic work ,01"Home work. It is Mr. Gray's intention to P.W. Merritt aud E'-I.- White like others: expected tc -- offer an abundance of the choicest
a great
:1 Place," Mr. E. J C" Thomas's lay pipes through his !grove., with hydrants have gone to the Lake) on County bus:. come to Dade many County and find the The sheriff called around our way; products of our section tor those who
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intervals and to iuess. 'i ,! ;. 'and of invitatioi
19 rendence. at proper ; spraj} ,' t. land cleared up and houses built or gave a couple us an favor us with their presence. True we

Mr.]. .B, Beach is off on another his trees. That plan will pay, Mrs. C,H.Keyes n tnging to have their homesteads for them to go right to Judge Broome's matinee next niontl Cannot supply the excellent beef, pork t

- trip to Lake Worth and Biscayne Bay, Our truckers arc still pushing the laud cleared and trees set out on hei r tutu; and if they can't seethat much and I havebeen, trying to iuduce Capt and mutton ,so plentiful! in northern "' .'
.... claim neat Capt.;1'alforl'sIKingfish Benson Lyman, (the other victim,) to markets but the venison and other
, "Hn the 'interest of his Indian Rive; bean in the ground. Judging from the f done they.go off.and try to give this!
Dam take the big "Oliver" up and start a game, the delicious fish, and the
nurseries. talk will continue County a hard But. it don't
truckers they
Moonlight and sailing parties way our intervals until next are plentiful and are being amount to anything, because'any hard peripatetic boarding house boat, if he famous green turtle, so plentiful shouldgo
I at
planting caught by the veteran fisherman, Capt wants to be in the swim. a long way towards providing for
I paint-
The are busy ( this
are"the go. boys We. ,have beans jus I working man that comes to County i
\I their boats expecting a big rush Spring. now : Jno. Sanders In abundance work in three can N the wants hundreds who relish just
1V lug plauted, beans iproutiug, beans bloom ? and will years rThe schooner "Bessie B." lost her
next moon. _______ Allen tile benefit of his labors, as there is such food as we may supply in great
withit
and beans ready to pick / of Lake lied
the bar and
ing, Mr, Dwight formerly skiff while going over abundance. YORICK.:
Mr. Chas. Watson, soliciting Agt the week. '''I walked through! a field to forth, has erected a neat bouse on his I County to-day iu Florida that, has a when Capt. Geo. R. got as far as Gil.

,for the Ocean Steamship Co., of Savan day' "of tomatoes 'containing"4lot claim: north of Mrs. Keyes' homestead better future than has Dade. berts Bar he met a heavy head wind .. .-. 1

nah, passed a few days in Melbournethe plants that would average two feel t know new settlers that have not !bee and so he 'bout ship and came back for 4

past week. high, all of them in full bloom many ; Mr. 'Wilson Weather Cord has just here three years and the improv'einen s another skiff. There is nothing slow Who Will Wlu It Thin \'pur?.

half grown fruit. The arrived from West with his yacht that they have made show what can if e -..-
of them with Key about Geo., but we hope he will save
Mr.]. H. Philips and party have, re, party owning the field will commence occasin" for a few weeks recreation. done in this County, if lazy people I the seed out of those three crates oCejtg A prize of 15.00 is altered by Rev. J.

turned from enjoying four weeks'cruiseon only keep out and give room for t e I Mulford, rector of Bethesda-by-tbe-
first of >
the December.;
shipping plant we so confidingly shipped by
the upper Indian River and Halifax -- 'Mr. F.II arrington's yacht the "Dora"of working man; and I feel perfectly sa aim. I sea' to the girl or boy who becjmet

river as far as Daytona. Last Tuesday we had a heavy wind :Lemon, Civ", is A model\ ,, of Beauty, Isfied that inside of the next five year most fauular with the Gospel accorJin'

from the southeast. A gallant lady and the owner)1lay well be proud of Dade will have had the biggest /And so the King of Nicotina will\ crc .' to St. Luke by Christmas. The ex.

Mr. Peter Nelson and sons have who lives in South Narrows concludedto 1 her. boom of any county in Florida.Respectfully long honor our shore with his pres. animations will be made at the' IAt

finished the work on Stewart's Hall office taking hei nce and his 40,000 house boat. The and West Side school-houses.
visit the so i
post
aid are now busily engaged building she hoisted Great credit is due Mrs. Capt. Tul- L. M. PiERCB. aristocratic Howks Bill\ turtle also I ,

Mr. Stelfox's new cottage at East father sail and aboard away for the company little boat, flew before 'i ford for her efforts iu raising funds' for .-.f-------- ravels: about with a valuable house to I .-. I :;"

Melbourne .! the purchase of an organ for the Sunday his but right there the
the wind. Just above Mr. Van ; Pierce of Motto is cer. over anatomy I New \orkto Jake Worth In '7s II n r..
school here. Mr. L. W. ,
r
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Horton Valkeuberg's, the father stepped (c of the most enterprising citizens resemblance ends. The H. B. is slow i/ ___.. -
their residence at Easl craft.- His'w eight lainly one and the K. of N. is not. He has plenty ( the late arrivals the Lake
have taken up the bow of the little Messrs. Russell and Johnson,large of the famous Biscayne Bay Country Among ,

'Melbourne, and' we can now number depressed the bow so much that the pineapple growers of Key Largo are Two 26-ton schooners of his ply oC steam power to go ahead reached aud the pleutvobakker. Cl/- we note Mr. C. Y. Barton, his mother, '-

our old friend Charles as a pineapple boat shot under the water, capsizing,, here looking at the country and will between the Bay and Key West and he He has !Mrs. Sam1. Barton; and his grandmother

planter I'sure nnff." and landing the lady and her father in undoubtedly invest and move here in will have completed by Jan. loth, anew max of luxury, and I sincerely hope Mrs. Taylor, all from NewVork

the water, neck deep. They held on the near future., 5-tou schooner His improve-: ic will chews to spend many days aud City;Sanford Cluett, of Troy N.

l Cards are out for a dance at Stew. to the boat, while the wind and the nents ae numerous and commendable; lollars amongst our midst. Y.; and Mr. Williams of Boston. They

art's Hall next Wednesday night(Nov. waves drifted them to shallow water. _}Ye are informed that-Mr Bouchard and he keeps right on making them. ,' The Comstock-and Charters Bros. made an unusually quick trip dowu,
35th).. The committee in charge daunted.by the mishap : New York at nine o'clock
The nothing wrecked his yacht "Bijou" just north leaving City
lady, He has lived at Motto only about two visit down r'
consists of Messrs. C. H, Stewart, M 1 bailed ont her boat,. hoisted sail of Bakes: Jiaul-over.Jabt.:,week. We and has j.ooo pineapples plauted, nade a flying Geo. wanted our way to yes seerow Wednesday evening and arriving at I'

W.Thurston and Jas, T. Hogg.: and made the run to the postoftice in extend our sympathy rears erday. Perhaps heir Palm Beach home at nine o'clock
? with, a ,quantity of mangoes, sugar his old place looked with a too .
but in a very' damp condition Saturday evening. A special train
is
Geo. Mercier and Dr. Pilley gallant style, and Mrs. E L. apples and alligator pears. He oom hotel on it. By the way, I have from 9
Capt. Mrs. C, H. Keyes Drought the party over Jupiter, 9i
personally. i
1 stopped in town for a short time on White are the guests of Mrs Capt. Ful- .hnfty and industrious, taking great eceived a curious letter from a worthy and Mr. Barton's launch lying in wait f i iit .

V- their return trip from the Lake Worth A fine place in embryo is that of the ford for a few days at the House of Refuge ride In the development of that por- luaker gentleman, who is heavily in- Juno took them down the Lake ."
We wish, there were
ioh of the State. '
Miami Said unique
:Country. As a Life Ins. Agt., Capt. homestead of Eli,Walker, bn the Westside on the Ocean beach. crested in without further delay. We are pleased r

'-Mercter does a rushing business.Mr. of the river,;and back from the nore, like him.' epistle contains many slurs, inue does to have them back again, and hope "
arrived I md weak witticisms, aimed at a cer- "
river about one mile, and located on Mr. John Roberts has just hat each one will thoroughly

.J. T. Hogg is now General Agent Hickory _Ridge .Mr. Wal ef...com. from .Kej Webt;. He_Informs us that al-cost ain enterprise on Lake Worth, but as he ensuing winter among us. enjoY-I )
for the Indian River Country for the work his homestead about be will at"once start improvements on -' 1 i am not iu the habit of masticating
menced on instance ,
Life Assurance Co. What :Ites* For ; four years ago proboscis to malign my own .-. &
north own .
Equitable six months ago. but has made a fine his Little River property just pf of Motto Bisca'neBay uy I
the settlement on
.with a genera] and local agent in town a'ne twn. t countenance: I shall give it no further
well begining having put up .t pal met, \ i 1 'J showed only four small buildings, notice, Ib'l! /. the CouDlr,. ,
Melbourne about as as !
poses This to house, grubbed about two acres 4)|( 1 The.wort:; 4Vngoo (Capt.'Bill Smith'sresidence low there are over forty new buildings; -.- i.

many larger towns: in. the States land has out and growing 40 orange anil\ by Contractor Woods, shows md preparations are being made by .-.* Information reaches the Mdrofiolis .c
town is surely alive.
lemon trees. He has also recently to great advantage and reflects credit he residents to put up at least twelve hat many people are now scattered '

I The public school opened last Monday planted 3000 pineapple slips. At present on Mr. Woods' skill as a builder and pore in the next three months. This OAK LAWN. LOCALS. hrough the Indian River and Dade .

with Miss Ida Knhtman, ol( they are looking well for a recent. architect, ; ", ocation is in the fine pineapple section, bounty' sertions locating homesteads '. ,
1 '" 4w I. The steamer Lake Worth has
setting. Now, if there is any virtue in ink enthusiastically sought. Aboutj.ooo.oo land and improving the '
and ,
so! buying
: Atlanta, Ga., as teacher in'charge.. Mrs. Russell we are informed con eceived new boilers and is now on the \
combinedwith
red hickory and oak scrub, worth of land was sold in the ,same for permanent homes. This is
The school is being improved by of the winter
room spending
templates part receiving thorough overhauling
a
yellow and white sand, to grow week and was rays and it is be .u
re- to
\ $4,000.00
icipity last Peasant news, hoped \j
the introduction of new folding seats shall it at Mr. in Tampa wjtk her,husband, who has t9 be in readiness for winter travel
which are being put in this week pineapples, 'we see has harge of the Board of Health'steamer usedji! by ,one property owner for apiece and the carrying of freight. these new-comers may Induce others to \:
He
later on. a '
Walker's place land. This State
There for a' She iniss:4 of pineapple come to Florida. needs as !
are good prospects new it that point. ; ji'j U\b$greatly -
school building for Melbourne before better combination in point of timberland by''her pan v friends here, Truly the country is growing, and For several days strong winds have much as anything an industrious class 'J

long. and forest tree protection from I \ .. hose holding property in that section kept two or three of our schooners at of people who will make improvements "
I' Frost and winds than Melbourne, Eded Indeed fortunate. and till the soil. When our waste aid: ,
Mrs. Elisea Carey has just returned are the Inlet waiting smoother sea; but a k
.. and St Lucie.River. Within a mile of ,uprofitable lands are brought !;
from Key West, and reports Lemon .-. .-- .- -. look to the Inlet now shows all clear, under
'J GALLIE Mr. Walker's place there is a small City lots in demand. She has had an the "Bessie B" and "Mary B1' bound cultivation Florida will be second tono
BEAU GOSSIP. field of pineapples on low. hummock Hotel Indian River will be under
in production, and of
iddition platted, and will call same orth. The "Emily B" and the sloop State one the .
lands, planted about the same time. he'brilliant and attractive management this State has ill .
his areyville. She reports having met of Mr. A. S. Lee who is already Deerhound" for Miami. .dvantages over many
Capt. Cary has steam yacht in These two ventures planted and grow is that the soil and climate
with good success in disposing of lots. ell-known to the patrons of the maeliGccot others are

commission again. ng on totally dissimilar lands, are be. 'L' jtc I hotel. Professor Bailey's cel. Rev, Mr. Frisbee, Methodist Minister avorable to the growth of a variety of '
watched with much interest by brated orchestra has been engaged
Wm Treutler is hammering away at fng living in this vicinity. I willet ? per. pill Smith wife and son have (or the season and N. P. Powell, who (rout up Indian River is on a visit to Tops that are grown nowhere else inhe .

his store building! parties who ;oue to Key West: for a month's visit jAweU-known at the Buckingham, the Lake. lie coramensed holding a ; United States. Crops that are
. my money ou' the hummock; recording and maket meetings at the West I too. The day is coming
His residence is about completed, NY:. will do the cries of religious profitable
The public school U in full blast, and s ill bet on the scrub .. new the his duty to see that the cash has the Side School house on Sunday to be when our great advantages will be 1
md shows to advantage from
great
ousigu-
'the whooping cough too. Bill is the progress.ve required equilibrium before ontinued every night until Friday mown, and land will be hard to get.-.
I eye on the Narrows. ray Captain most old Mor.

r Mr, John Aspinwall will be here next Keep, "your. ,. .JrT.G, man in this vicinity and deserves cwt-rneiI I next and perhaps longer. The services 'acksoovifle.il1efroybolisl ft'ov, ftkt 1891



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Y' t -.'" yon cannot truthfully asserfU there 'HOI I t tSSIONA; :CARDS LEGAL NOTICES. AMM fkiTTHABn, Fmddentj, W. B. BAHKITT Tke.PiSmDax1'. W. M. BROWN, Caahler
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the place posessing the most serious -- -= INDIAN BANK

,r : \ ,'.'.t'h drawbacks, is very rich in the _most! GKOROK! ).. RneniMt, WAt.TRR ft. UKAMAM.llOHltlNH ,

o : gratifying advantages just so it i is in & OKAIIAM, NOTI'K. (Incorporated under:, the lawa.. ottlorlda.' ; )
GUI' Editor.MKMBER 1
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< ; ,, tTATRor | Aotharlaml. Capital, too.ooo.
South Florida on the Kast Const. FLO.uu'l .
I 'f.. ATTORIttra At: LAWr.O' COFKTT ( raid ep Capital, '. .''l .OIH k 1
''i .' Some people think that lack of trans Do Take notice thai *lx month after the date Average epoattn. .. VIOoooo. ..--r
r !5fl, Tltnsrilfc, BrovurdCo. Fix.Will
; I. OF" portation facilities, educational, ad- hereof, I wl.t prewnt to the county judge ofDsle : J
l' prnhtleo In all the Cunatlei of the Seventh TRANSACTS A GENERAL/ BANK -- r
i'' t', Florida Press Association. vantages, and the existence of what Circuit and In the Supreme Court county" my final'aceonntu and ronehen.. aiadminlgtratnr

they are pleased to call "}nnumerablepesls" Special. facilities roe Kmunlnlngiinil. PerfectingLend of Robert Walker dte".oeor.l.to INO BUSINESS. r-
of Dade .nd"k for tins dl.
fi AFfltlATED WITH Tltlet eollclted\ county my rhnrjtea
"thousands'of Cllrrc.K".lunee from
and insects" |
CIKhnant. an.\ >admtnlntratar.\ Dated\ thin Jnly 5, 1591." Largest and Oldest Bank
National Editorial Association. ruin to Kpanloh UmnM ;
r ? cannot be outnumbered by any advantages M- m K.OALt.: .
Money lo Loan. (-4 on the Rivera
.1.I = !! however important. There Adminlstntorofltobmrt Walker rieeeawd.or I.
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f"t of various DIRECTORS; be"
are bugs orders mosquitoes,
: Officialer of Dade County, and the H. 0, TOKFn, I J. A. AMMOH", JIM,.. pRtTonARn W. D. BABIRT (rren)" a
1 Onl'll'u /i'alloll on the East Coast sand ies. a very few ticks and fe..erfleas. Formerly, Hi'RlHt Formerly ChN-f t'lPrtI TO'oTicK CONTEST.! dent of the National Bank of Jnckaonvllle>
i ( These are the drawbacks and K. ....n,1 Oini-p, J j U. N. Lend Offlp, IN J. II. Dt'UIRR.1".I'rroll..nt! of Nation
I C 0J.1oriJ. ht' u'U1I. Tilusville Unlnpatlile Fl.ifldn. | Unlneavllle, Floriilat.fplCKKU II. s LAND Orric., \ Hank of Jarkaonvllle.S.OBAHAM and
And t\ty !11 tsl. where drawbacks do abound, advantages GAiiuriLLK, KLA. NOT. i, IMII.Complnlnl ./ W. Al. BHDWH.CORRESPOSDKNTS.
J' \ do much more abound and the ) Jt A31MON8, having liven entered,thU office br :
JL 'tv-ujv. Bank tit New.
Sealionrd National "York
almost Innumerable. JOHN HcKENNA AARON B. KEISER
latter
are really i tie.
Bank of Jnrknonrllle.l
LAND AVO MINI/10 ATTORNEYS and National
t.\ NEWSPAPER: LAWDECISIO \ for abandnhInghgsHnmesten4Entry! N... imil,
been mentioned
of these have
Many I1AISESV".LJ.t.;V A4AII2, dated! March xUh I lee! upon the 1V. ),{ ..f N. K.: ..
t Of TilE V. S. COURTS receiving due notices. Pre emiently\ 'Land Va.. 5. F:. V4 nl N. E. M. and Lot 1. dflctlun 5. Titusville, :Florida.MERCHANTS' .
r \ 4 Any linalnem before the Office at 1 iiwiwhlp. 44. onth! llaitjre, 411 E!:.. In Unde
lf among them stands the cl I in ate, which Oalnpavllle nr Wa.hlnntim carefully attended with a view lo the ennrellmtan
I ; t.AnI".on who tnki a paper ivffulnrlr no sane mortal has been known to to. Conteata conducted; entrlofl. made; of .elTentry.., the aaid | artieaarehrrehy anmmoneil .
r If' from the |Pot-oalcew hpthcr 111.,1..110 l his : to apiwnr, nt 1'.Imltesrh. rla., before
A name nr another, or wlii-flipr hihna nubitcrlb assail. It is even mild yet bracing luxurious patents Heuifpcl on atiHjipniled ..ntrl... Status i U. ilongliind. N, P., on the liml day of Deo ,
1 (l or not. I Irt rwponMlhle for the pay of U. S. lamia given free. -JO IWII', at IDoVliH'k ... m., tnreapond" and fnminl '
t 4 and health-giving. The other testimony eoneernlnc! aid aMeitivl ahnndon NATIONAL BANK
2.-If n person onlim hla pnM-r| rtlnrontlnniMl delights presnt themselves in their n'.ut. ALK.X. I.TNCII liegliter.\ ,
U' ho must pnv nil .. !' .. ur the piibHHh- 38 V. J.SGIPHANReceiver, ,
ere may continue to ,...ufit: until mvinent order, according to the length of your 1\ I:. J(1:YSLIC,
t\\ Y'+? IK nimlP, and "oll, t the \\ hole .amount OF JACKSONVILLE.
? o bother It la taken Irom the oUtre or not. acquaintance with the "land 'of ATTORNEY AT LAW FOIl fUULICATION.V. .
4. .'5 flowers. NOTICE' I JFormcrlr Ambler, Martin A Stockton)
(..-Thp I'onrti hnvp dwlilcil that rrfimlnK to AND,NOTARY PUBLIC FOR THE STATE OF ---
r take itpwapniipra' or piTloillinlii" front the rr, 8. LAUD O.lel.1)
S piint-oHIre, ur n-movlnn and IcaTlnv them" FLORIDA A T LARGE; GAISyfylt.! IILA.Or'.Il'.I&ll.\ ? '

i ",. unrailpdfurnntll. nil nrrpiwnKpa are pnlil A GOOD HEAT, has been said 'and Special! AtttMitloh given to COIITO>'anclng. Notice la hereby irlren: that the fiillowlni.lameil CapitalT . $:100,000JAS.
': up la prima fiiclii e\kliiice of I MTKNTIUNALt n pettier has .filed! nntk'enf his Intention .... .
1i' KAPII., written recently of the cable- from Onkl-n" n, Daile, County, 1., & .KlurlUa. to make: tins' proof In iinnport ot hla clnlm, .:::1i It' .J !.' "
..,. and that until : will. be| made before: '
Nassau and the
to enterpriseis
-------7'-= = :' = ==: -=- Jupiter Juno JlfO. L. BABTnf President. t/t P.; TALib1'ERRO'V1t.Presldent.
I lerk ('t. ft., at Fla on Dec. 4 1801
i \1 : SUBSCRIPTION: said to be in, the hands of some of I). L. OAt''OItN.' J. T. SAXPHaa, ,.1.: W lillam. JarirlK, of lobe, Soanl, Fla.. H. T. BATA, Cashier. .'1'BOs..W.COllllADAUlllttCllltler.!

i t i 1; :" One Tear, In aihanre.........................*.2.0O: the moneyed parties who are interested >oIRr).. Attorney fur llnaril County *IIS.; : !20H4H Vi of tortheSKWof SETS Rev. ifl l. T.N\V 40(y., .:.NUorHWNtt it.:fj: East!/: InillvidnaK THIS. BANK aollrltathe' carelRIIIU..nllnn areonnfa( of nnnk*, Banker*, Cnr| pleilK'ng bimineuentruatqil .
1 J oj i His Months. In nilrance......................1.OO in the East Coast Canal. The big t/oiiiinlatiionera.' H. Damn the tollonlnir witness to prove TII! K Inteeentaof" Itoeualonien vlll be acrupnloiialr gnardnd., while loll., every! f.icllltr nonalatan

t( r' Three Month*. In advanre................. ISO companies are slowly working their 1 AULDKN. & SA.N1)1SUS, of contlnnommvldenrenpon, Maid land via. : and cultivation with ,or.. bankln will be.extendod.RKMITTANCbSnlllbiicrodUedondavorrecelnt.. .,_
K. 1*. St..tementeol.oonunl..11\\ lie. rendered
j' Wolllard. of .
t -= of them much : ;: .h.hn'i."i1n. montiIvnroftenerlfdesired. ," d
along some doing ;
way U K Dodge of HolM .
.j ATTORNEYS AT LAW.- f'. If 1>KA KTS" lioiiKhl and..... on the nr.nclpal eitle of the United Stale an't Europe.
i AD ICRTISLVC KATES.Kpiiif. good work for the sections they are II.- Marhattle Hergexntsun of Hobe. Sound, Fin. fiOOO hnalOUTOFTOWN".a note nod ilraftaiflaeonnted' / 1.at lotveat market ratea, '
of Hobe
Will practice In ell the Courts or the State Honnd. Ma. ,
l I., ;I .-1 t.Vf:!:.I't' .MiwlinioMl.;; I Mori! I ja;;;. trying to advance. We hope they are ..t Florida, mill the t'nltud Suites Court. Kit ALEX. Lyn'H, negleter.FOB when In the cliv\ whore KKIKNIiSnreronllnllyreqiie-teil therlcan tranaacinriiit...an mak',I coCOKRESI'OSbKXcGUInvUidandvourpatninnctxolielied. this;0.rr."nluRC6.bank.. their, heailnnartera

,, Tj--If \.I 11.1-11 j.-lu i ali I; f. as sure as they arc slow, and that I' t). HIIX, 114. Tltnsville.Fls. --- 1.4&

I i i :TT. fo"rK. 1 ni.rT: i--; 4LL I rI'T:1f1iI ; :-) much material "good to the East 'Coast Money to '.01111. &.11., .PfHMCATIOX.r.Axn .
-' -
.t J ii5Tii5,i ': 1if.i "M. t :.L a.: NOTJCE
: --r-l1 1 I | .
will be the-outcome of their effort in -v -- -
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I :li\IU.niCl| S..I-1 I 5.5i.j. :! : ". .
:' .n.n.J: Ornci UAI1 .
AT < KLA.
: U"IL"l |
,r' ,1 '; 11& ''' .vnv.l /111.1 114. I \: I 11. I 11.an. this section. A peep into ,the near I>. GAULDKN oct jth, IMII.I\ '
('oI.: !Mrl 11:1.1: ''ti.: I :I '1"I 7 I 'a. future revea's the completion of the 1). Notice, 'In hen-by.given, that the following.mm BRADLEY'S STANDARD 'FERTILIZERS.
r ed settler haa ale notice I of hla intenilonto
I : i! Cnl.rMx.' :Tl'tE".c!a0.'. I "II.1.1!.) I Iii,,.T.E I =_ canal a railway down the coast to ATTORNEY AT-LAW, make IIn.lln.'ln pupK| uf his claim and
its' Itp.lInjf Notlre. 1O cents 'per line for' ftratnwrtlon. that Maid prm>f will be made before Albert Fgiilmby .
cable from
the to
.l ,- end iI..nl.llPr 11".1,1' milwpquentIliaertlona. Biscayne Day, Jupiter Tltn..III".1'I Will practice In the f. 8,, clerk' Clrrnlt Conrt of Dade Co.,
')'Ii' S\,,11 :Nassau supplemented by a line of Land, OlUce, and all the, Court- tato and at Juno. Fla.on 11..... ttth' taut, viiI! -"-- 1R
; No dptlntlon from" Above riiti-K tinder nnjrrlminiAtnnri GEORGE ROWLEY LAKE
WORTH FLA.,
... steamers additional fine hotels where C'lernl.' Cl
i.R i All RilvprtlMpiiipiita to run for three. tnonthii lid. IBTI4. for the K:. H or S. W1., and N. W.
1' f I I J I 1 or Ipaa niimt he ,pull. for npiin ivrrlpt uf Urnt they now are badly needed, and the \ w'tote '? and 3.!.fr.yUfS.tltro,4, Bradley's Nursery Stock Fertilizer
y uf pnppr with niUprtlwtupnt Ine'rted.II country rich in the yield of its great 4 U. LYJIAN" .- Tp. ttu.' 8, ll.4 h.:
it All:r : ...... .
advert >iiipntii to run longer. thou ohm 11. thafullowInK wltnnMa to ,prove -FOR PINKAm.ESBradley's ; _
( ... month niUHt IIP ,pull. for qiiHrlvrly. fruit culture-prosperous, populous hla eontiniiiMie, realdence. UHHI| and cultivation
.
DEVTAL SURGEON. Uf..aid land, visa
... with all facilities for thorough
necessary
-- ---- --- ---- ---- Jacob T. Earnest Ueorgo A. Uala and V.
enjoyment. The right: kind of Operator In nil department modern. (nil 10. Hui.ie..rof Lake Wi.rtli. .'1.., and Allen
1 Entered at the Post-office at Juno, fla., neltMitltlo Dt'iillHlry 81111K1..lIon gunranlved I E, 11t'1a..r. uf Oak Lawn Fla.. Fla. Vegetable Fertilizer
is in about :
I people coming to bring t. ALbX.; Lt.NCII. Hegliiter.
I i as second-flasi mail mailer. by Bt teen nf MicceMful praclliol. : Office itnnilence .
:, this happy condition, and are doing Midbuiirue.. ..1.. I." -FOR ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLESBradley's ; -
--------- -- their best induce others of their liketo .
to _. --- ,- --_. FOR Pl'DLICATION
Best Advertising MediuM on the Cast follow their example. It's a good NOTICE -

,I Coast of Florida. countiy. and if you have but, ,little D U. lt. I.. WILLS. JAM O.FlCIAT UAixmrfLLii Oct. inii FLA., IHDI.I. I Bone And PotashFOR

money and are able to get here, it PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Notice la hereby:, ffiren that the followlnnnauieil : -
aettler h.. died iiotliwof hia intentlunto FRUIT TREE8Bradley's
''I? would be a wise move for you to A gradimte of the Univerity of Pennujrltanln make final prinif lnauppartofhNelaknand -
Ii "SEE NAPLES AND DIK" is ihe old saw make now. "Tis madness to defer." mid an experience of twenty yean I In that anlil, urmf will be made before A. F.
giimby, Clurk; Circuit Court, at Juuo Fps' ,
.l. which insinuates that when yon have ; practice. OlUuviuvrrJ 0 W. lUigen A Co., Uw. muh,, itwi,, via: on Fruit

I '( 4 once seen the beautiful old city with ; .-. I ISEllrOt.s TITUMILI.B, 5F1.URIUA.f JACOB T. EARNEST, LAKE WORTH FLA. and Vine FertilizerFOR

44 its splendid sweep of bay, its marvel: DIFFICTI.TIES! hive stood I in Hit II1.W7. for the W. S'ofK.E. J Ji..1. Frae.liiMial ALL KINDS OF HEARING .
r Lou I n.11, of MO 0. Tp..... 8. K. 63 .;. FRUIT TREESBradley's -
its
and
t ous pictures sculpture palaces the way of keeping THE TROPICAL!! SUNup I 1'. ANII-U: He namva the fiillowiiin witnesses to pro!.

1 t coloring and the numerous attractionsthat to the standard with which we Ijm. hUC4inilnuoiia, aaid rpuldeuce upon and cultivationof
land vlttUoo
mike it the Mecca of many travelers started out in this volume. The decreased DENTIST, H. Kowley' Geo. A. Gale and Valorlni Orange Tree FertilizerFOR
O. Hpvucer uf Lake Uorth S la. and Allen .
k!
-this old saw is the effort put forth size of the sheet has been as Coron Fin. Best methmlo, latest .Improve tlevaer' of Oak. L.wnt .'1..

; ) by some old-world admirer to convince disagreeable a fact to the manage count, MiiUfuclloii giiarautved. l'atlunt vUiluil 1. AL"X. LYNCH. Ueglater.V10TICE YOUNG AND OLD ORANGE TREES;

f people that there is really nothing else ment as to any subscriber. We are at their IIUIIIM If dewred. ';- LAo /

i i", I in the worlJ wortli seeing and it is slowly reglining our original proportions I -- FOB PtTIlLICATIONaMHHiaavM Any,and All Kinds of Agricultural Chemicals.I

therefore time to die. Tint may have: I and hope in a few weeks t o G KO. W. POTTER, .

been the case >, when the IT. 8. LARD
years ag place before our readers an issue GAINiaVILLII, tLA. o.le.1 Call On or-Address
world was not so: wide a? it DOW U.: which will compare favorably withany COUNTY SURVEYOR, 5-4 NOTICE l 10 hereby given thai inn follnwIngnamed ,

+' When travel was not so commonly heretofore sent out. Some good: PA/.MfEAC1i/ D1PECO., rLOHlDA.J. I t.. nets aetller final' proof has blurt aupport. notice of of hi.his tlMlm.Intention and CAPT H, D, PIERCE, Agt, := -OR*=: BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO

engage in nor so many beai'tifal\ : orneri in last week .. that.al.II''mwf will be mad. .bvforn Albert F, ,
matter came too late for
-- ---- q"" lhr. Clerk l-.l'1.. at inn,, Fla., on Jan. 5-30
Fla.
of the earth known. Art and its I publication. But it "kept" well and C. JIOAGLAND. fib, 1-mt.vis: Hypolnxo, Augusta, Ga.

magnificence were mutly worshipped' ; we present it iu the current issue J HENRY BURKHARDT, HYPOLUXO, FLA., .- U

climatic perfections and the beauties hoping that contributors will let their NOTARY PUBLIC P.8.M03.: for the Lou I..nlll (or E. J.'of >.
w. <.,) """'. to, Tp., 4S 8. 'It.45 K.:
ot nature were dot considered as forming (good work go on. Tor the Stale of Florida al Large. He n....... the folium Ing witoea ea t>> prove

S3 large a prtiou of the enjoyable Jinliceof tliu. hi. continuous roldence upon aad cultivation' ---- ---Machinist _
I ... IVaw for the Ind Justice of laid laud v II Repair Shop.- -- -- ----
features of exUtance. Old IMftrlct ui lIalo County, ClareneeLi.l'hnll''" and 1 'Y.... C. Valentine.otZioo .
Ha.. and Prter Merrill aad Dcnnl.
e Naples her bay and contiguoui WE ARE PLEASED to be able to announce PALM HEAL'If. i-l FLORIDA Stnfforil., of Motto, Fla.in .

I1 mountains wee. praised and laude that by the 1st of Decemberthe -_. .. -. --- ALIX. LYNCH, R'lfloter.NOTl'E .

UDU. cuasiucrcu
all earthly beauty. The carne locality .V/irilwlll be resumed, Mr. and Mrs. J. t. FOB PUBLICATION machines, we wish to call the attention of the
I [,. Wilson of -- public\ to the
is visited Mill by hundreds and thousands Crystal River CitrusCount KOTARY PUBLIC .
t*. 8. T.AXO fact that! they can work done in
of tourists-its charms not disputednor ) having purchased the plant. For the Stale of Florida at! Large. GubeevLLSFLA.. ).ov. O'CI'I get either wood or iron without sending

evea questioned, but th re are These editors are veteran newspaper XOTICK (. hereby given. that Ihe rullul"lnlln.we,1 abroad, by applying
Land IOOU'lIh.lntc and CVIi: >ctioD8H.Ylulty. a aetilur haa dlud notice of has lauiulionlo
places more attractive; though perhaps workers and we cheerfully commend make Una! pniof In BUpport. hia claim, and toSPENCER
| that Mid will .IM made before A, P.tuimbv. &
them
to the of the Indian SON
'
not yet so widely known as the quern patronage IITITEU. S-l fl.niMDA. Clerk: of ct. CL. at Juno, Fla. on ,
of the Levantine coa.t. River people, and hope that our con _- in. Ilk ISM vii: 5..4 Lake Worth

L The beautiful section known as temporary under their management, BENNETT.t CHARLES W. LOWE, OF MOTTO. FLA., florIda

"South Florida) with its gem of loveliness j may do the work for law and order that J J JOHN P. H.D.S., Utl 1:. fur the S. 1:. Vi See K, 'J p. M, 8.

l Lake Worth is a fit substitutefor its former editor threw himself into. PUBLIC. II. aamea the following whneaiiea to prove '

the Neapolitan beauty. It is indeed The job department for the present hi.*o"i.llau.l.ruuuuuuasresuteac.upon via: and culUvatlunof.

the encomiums and admira remains in the charge of Bro. Andrews. OtHceln XEWH CLOCK. Monday'., Wednen- P. W. M"rriti. L. A. O.teea.Vm.. T. Oiteen I
worthy
day'it and Friday'a. and Cbaa. Mumldl. all of Lemon tit: Ha.W .
l tiou it receives, and the traveler who .% ALII. LYXCH UegUter. O ,

has been' abroad and echoed the eu- THE EAST COAST smiles in the Mn.KorHe.3JI: FMIKIDA. in 7* : ?

timents of him whom we quote, now 1 c c e,.(,I
tropical bun; luring the tourists hitherward -
I. HIIZTCALI' ; : _d
longer admits their insinuations to be GUY Z as1a 5ft C?*-
conscious as a dainty belle of < ; : :t-
S. B. HUBBARD & CO. : : is sssgII :: ;: .
true. There are no palaces nor mountains :: !! ::c.
her attractions. Her ;
J balmy sunshine NOTARY PUBLIC ? ::; aii"i: =1: = .. I CD
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Wholeaale .
/ in our midst but here "is a her sparkling tepid waters her r- ara _3 .-t 0 I= O

I land of pure delight" beyond all pjr- /flowers, fruits and climate, combine FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT LARGE dealer in Hardware' 8 to vet, .r' L-"t r sta o a : fl1 9C COMAPES'
Jl'.NO, D.CDE COUNTS 1-. Tinware. W..I..I't. Ammunition, Fiahiug, ,, ; o 2.S: r.
adventure. It is replete with sources their influences in a spell irresistibleto FLORIDA Tackle,B'rt" Mire; Fencing, Poultry: heron .., ::51. 5.:= !w is d1 .. C"':) z
of health wealth Door.. bash and blmda. Agricultural' 'u r- :" :
I longevity, comfort those desiring couilort and enjoy Boat Hard' war*and Cordage.1 > .: .;. 3 ..MM. O; : <
; .. .
I and ..
sport happiness. Now is the time ment. 3i:
lieu Pine AHD Flrrixo A SriCAilTT. : a r.
I of its prime. Its advantages are more ejjnn s5wi I -c 1
j ii
MCALLISTER .i' =:
t easily discernible than at any other --r1 '-' 4- tAf- m' d -- 60 :>z- n

I I il'I season, and the few drawbacks: which x contractor for "THE OLD RELIABLE S3.: Sll5/ "p1'Co-. _-<
A'E1I'/ S. S. Ll.'E.Mention HOUSE"
I we must admit to be found here are -.. i8 ArtesianWells.

most certainly in the backgrauid.; : To last i Off.F.CLEAELAl
was made I week's st4 t
4 I issue FKUTILIZKItS.For .
all wh s are anticipating a visit south II t 1

ward earnestly during say the that ensuing they can wiuter find we no article concerning itself was; the crowded above line out.but owingto the EAU GALLIC, TLA., ? Tan. ere &Mopes'Son Ankona Manure, FlnrM address o- John G. Ghris her '

its late arrival and an abundance of Jqlii
Tahita Florida ,
more enjoyable locality, cither! for a Territory fmmFort

short sojourn or as a winter or all the other matter. We take pleasure in ap- UfJacksonrillel Pierce to Juno ; best fertilizer Wholesale Dealer in

year residence. The equable tempera pending CaptI'romberger's letter in ado for Florida/ soil ; bh value

ture is a boon to the invalid. The and hope it will be of interest to our THE SWIM! Fla. given for the money. We recom. Heavy Groceries

I fUb'ng and bunting entice the sports- people eve.ywhere. Give him a hearing mend it for pine-apples. Terms I ..

man; the agricultural capabilities when he conies among)'OU-: Dealer in gash in advance. 0 flee and, Salesroom; 20 W. Bay St

DAYTOXA FLA.., Nov. S, 18)1. --- 5.. Warehouses
the 7
1. attact planter and the working Tancre & Son on River and Railroad
I Editor T rove *L Hi'x:
I man and the scenery delights the I am about to organize a stock co nt- THE POLK COUNTY NEWS FURNITURE.OAR .-. JACKSONVILLE

artist. There are good accommodationsand pauy to be incorporated wben formed PETS. TLORIDA.

I < plenty of root fur all. Those who and to be kuuwn a. the Florida l Last AKKOSA, FtA. June 2s.?, 1891, 5-34

/ ( have been once declare their intention Coast &hleauubip Company, capital. THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF POLK COUNTY BEDDING, NIJI/'e. Taacre .C Hon., Agents for
stock
$ .ooo. whose aim it U to build 9
\ of returning and the fut& r: resident steamship of fire hundred tons bur. I blare now their catalogue In the Mapei' fertilizer, Thd&1odfy

r j looks longingly to the time when be den said ship to be placed on a line' A IargeFrogresslre Elgbt-Page hand of the printer, and will be DEAR SIRS-I have Used several
J take his between New Smyrna Kla, ,ana New ,
may up residence here Weekly 1'uUUUod Iq the
Center of for different
I ready mailing October JOtb commercial
r York City, to make two round trips a fertilizers, and Manufacture of Yellow
month, to freight and ,neJ tlify who are desirous of obtaining have been a close Tine Lnm-
( carry passengers The Phosphate observer of ex. tier, Uou l* ** dre"
Rates freigut to be reduced, to make j one n( the np) ,t complete periments tried I l-y others, and 1 Il l!er.ils, Fruit? and Orange Uox
WHILE we ARE QUOTING adages and it interesting to every merchant and Bcgtons of Florida Vegetable Crates.!
at only-w !
eataloguet find
fruit the I I' eve, pi ttilehFq) ), pjeas.e Sfapea1 Fertilizer much
proverbs another one comes to mind.I I grower on coast. will visit supe -Mills at-
OXE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. write for one, and it will lu .lIetj t rio &fq
It is the scripture declaration every section on Indian River and ) aDycommercfcl( feftilizer on -II f\TSUJIA
t i ; that Lake Worth in view raiding balance I Subscribe\ and keep posted on them. W0 defy competition( Jam the w rket, aqd njQlst J j.h'ep"rf; iy| 1'Mtuam JIEIOHTS. t-i
"wl1t bin did
re abound c
grave did much of stock, and giving full particulars tuty, Florida. '
the oldest house (ID the pity iamy recommend to all|| | .
t more abouud." There serer was a very soon. I hope tu meet with great I Is..ccei1l THE GREATEST INDUSTRY 'III THE WORLD line of business.W pne pie Dr Vrlt, IlqtJ TpiRrlg4 *
growers, both for !ipp fltll'
growing the oD
in this of the East plant' ,
place in the world which had not its part ; Coast a i (!sample Copies Free. and of addwrv:
we want a ship owned by our East prod QulDI tile fruit.Bespeotfully
14 disadvantages. No matter bow f ror. W. CLBAVELAND, S8 k 28,
Coast people Yours obediently W F. STOVALL, Editor. yours, GgixIlgugaap. Eau Game, Fin,

Yf" ably you are impressed with a locality,i I[ JI. S. F O IIIUlGca. 5-36 jjartuw, ha ; Laura St., Jacksonville: Fit. 81.S'i 5-JO C, E. Cu.na. EDWARD ST1LINa' Cocoa,.JTa,,

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FIFTY YEARS.. AGO. --'IJtJY YOUR- '1
ESTABLISHED 1876.
t\f\ nftr rears tens dear John Jnut aft( years . . . . f
Wagons Buggies Carts and Drays
Beena'1 toll c.me two not only yesterday 1 beard yon w A. SOURS

Do 1 remember aayta' year' Wilt.John we>. -OP- ,

And trimly Ketttn now old and.let ran my memry leb JOHN McMURRAY Jacksonville Florida: ,

bold: -WIlOLI< SAL -
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I Intel old thlnu or two "
And yet! 1 'POM a. a
In Hay. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
few you pl&were y rather_,..John,a ...In' home POPE LEO XIII AT .WORI(. First-class Work and Lowest market prices guaranteed. 4 35 ,
that dar: I handle only the best and most reliAble Heeds.

Jnetthtnkf '&Ii ate Lj'roe.de.rJobe. JnstRftyyean Effort to Indooe to, Churn Him to AITntnk Pay Le. Attention Factory at 123 West Forsyth, Street. ,, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Catalogue free on application. A full stock of ,.

Send fOil ago and m. food Up afore old PanmnOanderblo Instead of rising at .4 o'clock in the Hav Corn Oats, Bran Feed, Wheat Darnand

rAnd morning na was his wont the octogenarian Light Cotton Seed Meal. "
said web have each other,ihnrel for better .
ruler of the Vatican now leaves hit THOMAS NOONEY & SONS
or for wu_ -STATE AGENT FOR THE-
bed at 6 o'clock. At that hdnr, in gnat ,
I lick of M Now John don't
Did ever get
make a fan he does not officiate himself ho attends Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. TYGERT-ALLEN FERTILIZER CO'S STAR BRAND FERTILIZER.

Hoof!IOtbll)'. for I low thnr'n tlmm a bad mass conducted by the cOurt chaplain.. Analytic Guaranteed coinimelnaOrange, Tree, Vexotnhloputt cotton Xortlllipr. Mnrlnta
trade tare to.'md. Consignments of Fruit and Produce Soliciteo.J and Hulnhnle I'ntimh I'nre tirnnnil lliino, La"II'lnot"r. Kalnlt etc These n.i.cr. hues 'f.. i
When m..o""I...non their patknd .:> On Thursdays and Sundays mats la celebrated no.11..rlllr.lllld.. trial will convince you. Write for prlcea. 4.21 .'
tIAopl.. ahould.l at 7 o'clock in the presence of :
specially favored guests. 'After leaving JACKSONVILLI3 FLORIDA. 541Y. -
all. them np and downa dear John. pence the chapel he break his long fast with a _. ._ 'n ..__._ __ __ .. ___ _..____ -- -- -- -- -
We joined fifty yfwr our bests mm and hand,the Lord alone cup of coffee and cream. Dining Ma co 11
can fully know breakfast he reads the clerical papers -ENGINEERING! ( '

e What been yon to hire been to me.John, or I bare Ofaervatore Romano and Monitear de MURPHY H Y .

For He eeea though oft ...'....wambled,that Rome.
oar poor old heart tire Iron At 8 o'clock ho receives the officers of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, '
And that I 11he\ thinking yoa.John.au the palace who present their reports re-
you will be thinking of me girding the condition of their charges.At Iron and Brass Founder and Machinist V j, ,
boon
When our fifty yean below hare lone
.let In eternity. I 0 o'clock appears Cardinal Rampolla Boiler-Making and Blacksmithing :;
'-Urowne rcrrlman In Yankee Blade. the papal secretary of state who reads
the Important dispatches his holiness, Engines,Sawmills, Pumps and Machinery
Queer Rupentltloii About. 8. nea. given a brief account 'of the diplomatic Of all Kinds Done at Short Notice( in the Best Manner 4
in General at Short Notice.
Repaired
The'most wonderful properties wereascribed situation and receives instructions ad to :)

wan, creatures to. the chimerical were supposed stones which carryin his receives actions the for remaining the day. At cardinals 10 o'clock and he Iron and 'Brass Castings Made to Order. Boilers, Engines and Machinery of all ,:;

their heads. Moot reader have which bo prelates who are at the head of Roman 136 East Bay Street! JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I 6) 34 ----Kinds .---. '-" ..
doubt heard of the precious jewel congregations'subject to his directions.At : .
the toad carries' In hid brain box. und BO noon he takes a stroll in the gardensof .

called total stones which'were in realitythe the Vatican and then receives the JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDA.. ;. .

against teeth in poisons linger of fosuil at rings the fish presence as were a protection of formerlyworn' which! visits Rome.of foreign people bishops who happen and other to be distinguished in Indian ; : River :.: Stoamboat a :: : CompanySCHEDULE \ -. I'l :.. I .''iI}


they were supposed to change color. It Dinner is eaten at exactly 11'' o'clock. THE OCEAN STEAMSHIP ii .
was thought that the best stones were Although the bill of faro U still simple IN AUGUST 1, 1891. COMPANY lV ;

those voluntarily ejected by the living it is elaborate compared with the meals }'
toads bnt as tho Utter were not.addict- eaten the It consists Stcamor aeorglnnit leavei Tituiville every morning at 6 a. m. Arrive at Melbourne p. m of Savannah. ::
by
formerly pope.
np'their triaxuree; in Returning,Leevuuultmurno5.50 p. m. ArrlY..t I'im.ville, 10 p. in.
ed
to giving
freely
of a broth with egg a roast usually :
that way it waa necessary to procure chicken and fruit. At times fish forma a StvamerSt.,! AapiKtine leavee Tilntvllle Monday Wednesday Friday at T p. m. Ar- For New York, Boston and Philadelphia. \:;

the coveted articles by other means and course. In place of the light Itnlma wines riven Keturninx.n.luplternn'1'usedav.i'hurwdnyanti Li-nre.loplior on Tuowl.y.Thurvdaycoil SanirIeyct4p Saturday' m p. m. Arrive at Tltut I.'
the recognized method was to decapitatethe which Leo formerly drank exclusively Title tin tumiay,Weilnewlay and Frulay at 4 p. m. f:1'\
hapless batrachian, at the instant be -- o t7J :
he now uses old Bordeaux. A siesta It 01 I, .-
swallowed his breath AND LAKE WOICTil: I5AILWAY. go "
lasting until .4 o'clock follows the mid. JUPITER 0 0
The feat naturally demanded,considerable Wodneiula. and Arrive Jun. o! .''I; tit
day meal. TrntnluueJuilteronMondar Frlilay at a. m. at ;2 '
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celerity sncb AI could only have HtSaua m. liuturnmg. Leave Junn at k.iton.m. '' 'raiJupltcrlo.Wa.in
After his sleep he reads or has read to T..lllleu""ol'lwron TOl..1.II..r.da. ,. ant Salurlsv as p. m. Arrives at Jn. Ia1 .VI. been acquired by constant practice; andit him the foreign papers, and manifest lit too p.m. ICttturmnit, Ivnvul Junual J.SO p. II',.\rrlY.Jupiter,al LOU p. m., Connectln E! -. ?' \ '
is not unreasonable therefore to assume great interest in international affairs.At with tbrougli!. teninur North. i1 a "Ji L' o 0 0 ". 1 po..
that although the eudaavors to C.' 11. BENT Siiiicrintendent. ;> ii.:. a ''I' .'
0 o'clock be again receives the cardi- ..I :;: -, ;
gain possession.of the jewels were perimps aids to listen to their reports and to sign .. .z c
numerous they tuuat Invariablyhave Z I ( \
any necessary papers. The second and .
been nusatiafactory, especially to last meal for the day is eaten it 0 o'clock 1 : J
I, toad The .eagle stone was considered I .- I
and consists chiefly of two soft boiled I ;
an excellent thing to wear during pregnancy I egtrs a roast and a cup of Sambaya or GLIDE STEAMSHIP CO. The nnunillcent.teani8lilp4of these line are appolnteil tu tail a>followt-rtnndanl time: 1';'t ,

and the swallow carried, lntustomach Zabaglione a warm beverage made of I SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. 4 ,
stones of great medicinal; value.Chambers' or SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. ::r'
the white of an egg champagne porter
Journal. (Central or 90 JleridianTrme,) ;''l'klJ 1
and rum or maraschino The wine is Gate Clty.,.._,........Thumdar,July 1, !.to pin Cllvof IlrtninihAiii.We, July 1. 1.00 bra J .,: .
again old Bordeaux Soon after his supper i CIt'n'1I.0..TIIIII'Odav.1uI1 0, 8.00 amOnteCHy t.'ilv: of Savannah ...... Krulay July A, 4.(<0pia' ;y!:Ij. : .
r Tb. Editor. Do_ the pope goes to bed. .1 .....Tlmmluv July 111, 1.00pm T.Ilnha.ero.. ..........biitiinlay. July 4, 4.8011111[ ",y:. .
l We this is true. Wo should like is still Nuuu'Icua....'...... .. Mnnnav, July tt U.ii0iiiiChntialiiNKht. | ','
hope holiness '
Although his a busy CttyotMacon.Thur.dayJuly 81, 7.80 pm I .> ...:,11's.tnnwlarJnl I a: ToupniCitynC : : :: :,: .
.. it to be true: to put it on record among man as his daily programme proves, he Lisle City...............TliuntcUy,July DO, 1.30 pro : Auxnnla......,..friilny, July 10, H.ra.tnt .'
the wonderful doings of Northampton does not do more than half the work .Itru1Uunntnyhsu.ent. July II. T.oo, pin ::'..,-,
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of oHvaiiuub Monday, July it.]llw..e
citizens. This U the story; W. H. Pratt i which he accomplished a short time ago TullaluuiDceViMlneiKlo City ; :: ,, July I I A, )4.s|. ,\ r. ,:"
wan (fishing in the old bed In about three and the physicians feel encouraged.; The KHUMII City .............Krwluy.. July 17, t.nopu '
SAVANNAH TO PHILADELPHIA. cbatt.hooeec..sanriy, July IH, 8.UI ,
feet of water when he noticed a line Bologna professor at first ordered him to ('Iy of .! July >., I.rnl inn tin '.,'.i-
pound and a half pickerel chewing bin remain absolutely quiet and to grant no City uf nhrmiuyhuw..1VeI.. July ja, uiKiiia .
(Tb'uisbipdoesso'T passengers) Cliv"Ie.vnuuh.Eii'IvJnly/l :.'10 ; ,
hook Slowly carefully he begun to audiences whatever. Laughing the pope '1'allnliiKtr*. .>.lur..lny,July tL g.uo ,nut,,aKaniMiiClty .-
4 .
around Dedug..SeuvdsyJuly 4.114I1'10! :.::::::....MiimUy, 27,
haul him in, when the captured replied that it was impossible to obey July .iqm J.
Deteoug.TuetdayJuly14.11.00cm i hattMioocuiw.Weiliit! >*.<.lay, July itu, IJ.:.
Huh the waters rolled in wild commo inch an injunction. "That" he added, NEW York Charloston and Florida Lines.$ UUSDOUK..............}'rlilay,July Si, 1.90pm .................k'ttdayJulysi, >iiupm> u i.iaNuruocuee '1
tion and a huge fish about three feet "would be a declaration that I have These Palace Ateaiuera eorinpotiiiK with the Savannah Florida coil Western JlailwavWayrruMihort .
long: was seen making frantic efforts to vacated the papal chair. In my place it UiioJoCrertolbuTravulliiKrubliauniliiliippenailvaiitagi) !* equalled Joy naothiT v
swallow the pickerel. Mr. Pratt waded I is necessary to. reign until the death Th Magnificent!3 > ..eamships of thULine are appointed to sail as follows : ime.Throughlteket.andbilltotiatlinglouedmsllprbieipalpoints. > .. a.''S':; "r'. v..

out to catch a closer glimpse of the mou r straggle makes it impossible. Were it STANDARD TIME. For lufurmatum aud, uoun*apply I"Q'.' .' .
star who. with a wicked roll of the eye only possible to resign! But a pope FROM NEW YORK. bTKABtliU. fROM JACKSONVILLE, CO,ANDERSON Agent CUT Exchange BIIII'IioJ(.BI''DIIIIII.Ca. ;. '":r est+ >
turned tail and made off tearing a track I must remain a pope to the very end."- Pier 29 East River. FLORIDA. U.hOUUKL, tieuoril MunamT, bavnnnali, as large an the wake of a *t !uiuer.- I/Independent Friday, Nov. 6, at 3 pm..CIiEROKEE..Sunday! Nov. I, at 4.30 am E.AKSOJJ.Uen.Trav.U.Hrlru. (ivnfralAicunt.Jarliiiimvllle.rl....... .A eutrlW Hay jt"*Jackaonvile -4t ":" :,-:-:.'
Hampshire Gazette. Monday. Nov. 9, at 3 i>m...8EMINOLE.i.\ ..:Tuesday; Nov. 3, at 5.30 amWoo' e., et:;;{, ,
.KI- tbe Wrong Girl. I\Y. Nov. 11. nt a pmY1MASSFE..Thurd'y: Nov. 5, at C.OO am as # '

Definition of a u...... There was an amusing scene at the Monday, Nov. 2, at 3 pm...lUOQUOS.......Sunday, Nov. 8, at 9.00'nin
"Too call So-and-so a 'bore,1 What is Onion depot lost night. Among the passengers Wed'day Nov. 4 at 3 prn...ALGO.\QUIN..Toe8day Nov. 10, at 11 am THE
'boreT?" asks Bishop Selwyn.; "It is a who passed through the barriersfor Wed' uy' kov.IB. at 3 pm..CJlEROKEE..Thurd.y, .Nov. 12; at 1.00 pm
man who will persist ill talking about lady Nov. 20 at 3 pni.SE51INOLE.Sunday, .Novels, at 4.30 am
the eastern express was a young Friday JCSOllYi11O & Fesi
himself when you want to talk\ about attended by a dapper young gentleman Monday. Nov, 23, at 3 pm.YEMASSEE..Tuesday, Nov 17, at 5.001m a pa Key System s sAND e 'a

yourself-or, we, may add. in telling with a very loverlike lAir and the lady's Friday; Nov. pm..lHOQOIS..Thurd) : Aov:19'at6.30am ,
stories when you want to be telling satchel. The pair boarded the train and Monday, Nov.: 16; afc3pm.: ..ALGONQUIN...Sunday. Nov. 22, at 0.00 am

them. Coleridge say he owJ to be' were soon engrossed in conversation BO Monday, Nov. 80, at 3 pm..CIIEROKEE..Tneudayt NOT' :24, at 11 am

much amused with Tobin awl Godwin. much so that when the signal for de ....BEMIXOLK.YEMASSEE.....Thurd'y, Nov. 26, at 12.30pm EAST -:- COAST! -:- LINES. : '
"Tobin would pester me with stories of partarewasgiven the young man jumped .,. .....Sunday,. :\ov..29. at 1.30 pmWed'dav I::;<4 ti "

Godwin's dullness and upon his departure up and made for the door without saving Nov. 25, at 3 pin...lUOQUOIS..TueBdrtV.+ Dec. 1, at 4.CO am Extending Southeast.South and Fnuthtvent from Jacknonvllle. cover aver one tuoutand ',' i'j' :' -
Godwin would drop in just to say" goodby Friday,* kay. 27, at 3 pm.\LGOXQtL"\.Thurd.y.J1ec. 3, at 5.30 am ..n..aUroIJlc.te"ulllr.lIoIreaclJaUpl'UlDludo&wlot.r and auiumer yluaaurd reMin ot % '"' : -' ,,
that Tobin was more dull than ever. When he reached the vestibule he remembered Florida THE EAST COAST .L )\1.1-, wt'-

Exchange his oversight and started back St. 'Johns River Lino. THE GREAT LAKE REGION, ;1< ';::-i{: ,
well filled,
i The law connecting temperature and to remedy, The car was doubtless nervous For Palatka, Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Point en the St. Johns Jiier.STMR THE PHOSPHATE FIELDS ; >,:;:." \\ '

maximum amount of water vapor is and the young mao was for when .uOITX OF J AQKSONVIL'I." THE PINEAPPLE FIELDS .,- .t r'aa tJ'I'l!.
and nearsighted ,
probably
such that a hot and a cold body of air from foot of Taura St., at 3:30: m., daily, .' ;
neither of which is saturated or con.tains be reached the section a* he thought, Leaves Jacksonville p. THE ORANGE GROVES '. < 'i,: "
all the water it is capable of hold containing; his beloved, he stooped suddenly except Saturday for Talatka Sanford'Enterprise and intermediate AND THE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE: SECTIONS. ,{ "" '"
Han the River. Returning leaves Sanford 9 ;00 a. m., c '
ing In a state of vapor may whoa and imprinted a fervid on landings on the St. John's 'i '

mixed become more than saturated so lips of- ome other girL and Enterprise, 9:30 daily, except Sunday, for Jacksonville. and '
sand There was a scream; deep flushes suffused the St. John's River."ID'K ::
that some of the vapor U couduiued intermediate landings! on THROUGH :
rain falls the cheeks of the right girl,quickly STEAMER :: : DEEARY"Leaves -THREE .:- :

followed by an indignant frown; a hurried Jacksonville frpni foot of Laura St., at 3 30 p. m.daily, !\ ,
General Wolseley,who U In command the fellow, and VIA TiII: '
apology from poor for 1'alatka, Sanford Enterprise and intermediate TROPICAL TRUNK LINE. 'l 1-
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of the British force in Ireland. U fifty- then wild rush for the door and a except Saturday ., .
a
Returning leaves Sanford, 9:00 a. in, .
eight yean old and probably the, beet rapidly moving train landings on the$t.John's River. ,
off the now
tumble 9:30 daily except Sunday, for Jacksonville, and, The e UDM. ,.. with th.. r4 modern appliaaeeeur the safely ,114 j- f
soldier in England. He U a native shamefaced and disgruntled and Enterprise, a. m., .gen lat tempi e
by a very oouifurtof our patruti ;:. *
Irishman and the son of soldier He man.-Pittaburg Dispatch. intermediate landings on the St. John'r River.: Paces .
entered the service at eighteen* an en- young The above: steamers are fitted up with Arst class accommodationsfor FINEST IN FLORIDA, ; "
J'gu. Set a Woman to .& .Wo..... and tables will be supplied with the best in market. ..
s detectives passengers, JaektoDylll.1.. \1.Z.T. .t &. W.. l.iO c.m..dally 0"1"
chief of Paris says: Trains leave 80&d.1IJ.t.II1I.
Buddha 1* worshiped in Paris in Venous The General\ Passenger and Ticket Office/ 88 \V. Bay St. dallt.00p ... .'.t Vindar' Arrive 1.110.. "' "l.Up ... IClp.m. aye
Men 81..a rule are not aa close: observers 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. {.r4 ale1;' v.wasksIackwnate .n. 1;...&CLlD..IIOII.. tw elan1\...... ", Dl., Sunday o.1y.
where the devotee JB. Fla.Pasa.Agt.,
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private temples,
and do not give what I caB: detective descriptions F. ){. IBOKMOSOKB, .m.daUyeaeeptbuday. Arrtcelt.euam4.Wp.m r
C meet regularly to.pay homage to the of people.! reintunb0r tryingto \V. F. Ooieif FAT, ff. P. Agent I 5 Bowling Green New York City.J. ..

"Light Asia." Uoatof the Buddhlataare catch: a woman counterfeiter once who O. PILOT, Frieght Agt.,; on wharf, foot Hogan St., uJOHM INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS.:
Japanese, but among them are many had been described to me by several L. HWABD, FU. Frt. Agt., foot Laura St., ;

Frenchmen and a few Englishmen. men I found halt a dozen women who J. A. LESLIE, Supt, foot Laura St., *' t*".TihufUla'.00.. m.dally except Sunday tot kit Ledge Ear GaWe,lbourDean4

For severe hemorrhage from the DOM would answer to her description. Finally MABSHALL II. CLIDB Asst. T. Mn 5 Bowling Green New York City. ray Lean laodIDgo.T.'aovUJe 7.88 l'.r. )'".da,... W.dna.darn.aad rrirtare tur Juplwr and war I.a.\"
a woman who bad seen her gave me a New York N. Y. tJollD..tJ..r.hbt..w.ofJ.. L> W.IteLlwaylorall uteoa Lake'Wunlu, .
try holding the arm of the patient up of her with one strong detective TBIO. G. EOKB T. M. 6 I Bowling Green lug LeareIupiWrTuealsr.. '1.bonUlI.1I..18..unjll...,l.5 p.m.ir! 1 iiumUu and way la".1- .r
over the head for fire minute at a time. description aha did up her Wm. P. Clyde & Co., General Agents lop t.ur "ncbeduhw. maps, i,110.e..u".local ."ell""f mUOrewllib ti.menUP_UKtr; A'ou|. v
point-the way W
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A small piece of toe wrapped in muslin B.O.CABLK. l1D.ACEaRLY
hair-*od on that description Zvery soon 13 Boatn wTuTfei, rlJ.Uadeln11a.! J EowUng Grass, Js.- York Gvaeral Manager. .EaM toast Line. General Pawennir Ages
and laid directly over Uw top of tbs nose be I 1.. JaettovU"
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,".1; E:" I :1 1.i'r '1":' L10IITINQ( ( TIlE WAVES. while nominally under tne treasury--department -
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: .' '. .' ". IB controlled by a board con. FOR SALE
P j 1 BEACONS THAT DOT THE SHORESif' highest rank with an equal number of \

''i-;; OF THE REPUBLIC. civilians distinguished for their sclentlSa
I I: :. attainments. It is impossible within,

i yt.!. the limits of this article to give anything .1..1. . . . .. . . . . . \ r
: : Waltrr VCellro.d Ol.. Rome Intonating of the :
i 7 like a history system.by
i 1: Illitorlol and Other Information A..... which this Important establishment of DESIRABLE: LAKE] WORTH PROPERTY. =

:. i! I I'\ tli. LlEhthonma of the Deltas State the government Is maintained. The Importance ,. PAINE'SPineapple
,
_. ,.; Oar Llghta Free to BMpa of th. World. of its work known to all the II I-
I i1'-1' world. Some little Idea, however, of its
o :" Special I Correspondence.)
be had from the fact that from FertilizersFor
i cost
k !; f.\\ '.,.. WAsmNOTOS! July 2.-Does any con'riderable 1791 may until 1800 it has been! maintained at The undersigned offers for Kale the property known as the Cary & ,
... ,t. portion of the 63,000,000 of :
., '' ;,. American people realize what an Immense an some expense lighthouses of (93,338,925.that have cost There nearly an Ileyser lands consisting of over three hundred and sixty acres ((360)) in Young and Bearing Plants.

t' ',. egtabliitbment! the lighthouse ys- halt a million. thieeeeperiUo tracts embracing some of the most desirable lands. on ..
tem of the United States IB? Any
;, person
The finest lighthouse now completed Tested and recommended by Neighbors'' "
who him been abroad and who returns Lake Worth your
Is Minot's Boston harbor, *
p that at ledge, t
home will recall with what peculiar joy
j, I the cry "Light, hoi"sa" it sounds from Though this was Pineapples require entirely diffeient formula
than
the masthead of his ship thrills his soul built more than Vegetables.No '

'I' lie may have been weeks at lea and have thirty years ago ,
seen nothing. If he make the coast at it stands today as NO. 1.
V FFRTJLIZKR be 'complete
i one of the most $: the first that the the
night thing man at
Fertilizer for Pines. .. .. .
structures

expensive \ '
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I of its kindIn Is a tract of fifty (50)( ) acre or more located on the west, shore ot ?

:) t tbe country. Lake Worth' adjoining the Oak Lawn Hotel property with'high -bluff 0 The analysis of the leaves and stalk of the Pineapple ==
: The original Mi! .
E Nt not's Ledge light on Lake front, very desirable for building purposes, welt divided into shows the presence of over 10 per cent. of Phosphoric
't Acid,und over 15 per cent of Potash. .
which by the Moist Land, Hammock and Scrub land, excellent for Gardening and This is proof alone that Cotton Seed! Meal is
Is bnilt in
.... way
.
., : the open sea was Fruit growing. On tbis tract are several hundred Cocoanut and other I not a complete fertilizer: for young; plants 'as it

destroyed 1851. contains less than 2% each of the above ingredients.
I tropical fruit tree. of them in such
,:, i -- -- l:: I It was based/ on (many bearing) as Orange, Lemon . . . . . . . . . . as---' aC
t ; =: olid rock and Lime. Guava,etc.

I; I it was built up to a 1 Write for Circulars and Price List to 6 11
I r- height of seventy
)
I; f Ft ':' 411 6i. rtA, H_ feet. In that
yj. year Chas. C. Converse Brantley Flat
i r Ina violent I ,
'EL F;
l nlL'IT uoirrnotrsK BUILT IN THE TOTTED D
' t STATES. storm. It was carried NO. 2. Agent for Indian Riveraid, Lake Worth Sections. .

X71, [Little Brevrttter. Inland Boston harbor.) away; light ,.
i 1 ;t masthead sees is a light. The captain of structure supply Known, as the Homestead of Emanuel Ileyser located on the west -
tho ship knowing the whereabouts of house mid three An
i 1[ .:s t his ship can tell unerringly just where keepers were all. shore of the Lake one half mil'! south of Oak Lawn, containing one

I. #, y; he U the moment his lookout tells him swept Into the"-r. hundred! and sixty acres, ((160)) one half mile front on the Lake with
: the character of the light If it be a seething ocean. MINOT'S LEDGE f.miiT. INDIAN RIVER HOTEL. :
flush light the captain examines his chart The new Minot's Ledge light was started high bluff overlooking: the Lake and the Ocean beyond. On the placeis

I anti determine) from that where he is. in 1S.V and took six years to complete.This .
n two story dwelling nearly new, several hundred Cocoanut and fruit
7' i If it be a fixed white light he knows was the moat Important engineering

It ti i .vhere that should place/ him. It it be a work ever undertaken by the board of trees, some in bearing. This entire tract contests, of a nice level square --00- :
,I W t revolving light he again scans his chart army engineers. The famous'GeneralDurnard .
I I f I -. nml on the instant can come with ten has said of it, "It ranks/ by the well adapted to the growth of Pineapples, Citrus and other tropics 1 Only a' Few ,

r mik-a of his position. engineering difficulties surrounding its ruits, '
ti,, I t ,! There are lighthonseson the Amer- erection and by the skill anti science Minutes Walk I'Ii1i'
i lam coasts counting the Atlantio and shown In the details of its construction

1 ( I .; .. Pacific shores of the United States. among the chief of the great lea rock from all the
k ; I'' rt tiincetheestablishnlentofthelighthoneeI lighthouses of the world." !
.il' ;if 1 '" NO. 3 .L.
j '.:." : system ,,which by the way,is older thanI A careful survey of the rock was made Railroad and
r i 1 '" 'i. t constitution, and antedates the Rev under the orders of the lighthouse board

.' I f! I ,, '\:-\, ; ,intion by more than half a century, the by Major Ogden; U.S. A. General Tot- Known as "Solitude," located at the South End of Lake Worth, lying SteamboatLandings. r

) ",,' .'." I ini-wy of lighting the coast has been ten then chief of engineers planned. the partly between the Lake and Ocean and partly around the south end of t
!i: i>mt every lineal mile shall be so set masonry tower, and D. S. Alexander I ,
f+ bjtb.: ; .viili towers that tbe rays from their then lieutenant/ of engineers and afterward the Lake and up the west side, having a high, bold front upon the .

t lyhts fthull meet and pass each other, so chief of eugineera the army, superintended
ocean for one mile also fronting the Lake three sides. r
on On this tree
it'd' construction. -
II 4 i hut a vessel on the coast shall never be This great
I f ; ,,1-'.1 >ut of sight of a light This has never tower still stands us a monument to the which contains One hundred and sixty ((160acre.thereIs) an immense OPEN ALLTHEYEAR.
t ::1 : accomplished but each year the engineering! abilities of thoM distinguished
t'n; by its action is leading up officers. The last atone of thiy' bed of dry muck. A large area of first-class Fruit and Vegetable land, -00-

2 f : 'i Year by year the length of theII f Immense strnctnre was laid June 20. J Cocoanut Grove with_over three hundred trees in bearing, and several
i I i }, ;i.iric spaces on tue coast are lessened or 1800() and its whole cost was 100000.
;j : come when the whole coast line from the Atlantic coast is that lit St. Anger Proprietor,

: :,i' Passumaqnoddy bay to the Rio Grande tine Flu. This is known throughout

i{ '!fJ... un> the Atlantic and from Sun Diego to Titusville, Florida. r

J, .;, I'irfnt Barrow on the Pacific will be distinguished The title to all the above described lands 1 I. indispnta' Is. Land
,:( :' \ ; by bands of light by night '.?e r I
i> uud by well marked beacons by day. will" be sold in large or small quantity to suit the purchaser. Call 011

Y ,t The oont of maintaining lighthouse
I :' xyateip baa nearly reached (4,000,000 a or address Judge A. E. Heyser, Rare tropical fruit trees from Jamaica and Ceylon.-No. 1 Man. II

} : ;, year. This is. a free gift of the American 3' Oak Lawn, Dtds Co. Florida. goes, Seedless Bread-truit, Mangosteens, Sago Palm, Tree Ferns, Da- .
,
: : people to the commerce of the world,
; caenas,do. Also Fancy Plee slips, Strawberry Plants and full line
a
I .'i:.-! and for the benefit of the whole human of Ornamental and Fruit f.. .+... *rrn...!.._.ut. ..nrl c..t! T.nri..i.. .nr.... _._.>
'j, r Lt't. The cost Is borne by the national -- -- --- ---.vt'.v .t'''
"1'. ;t./' treasury.! No foreign ship entering onr .... and Davidge Fertilizers, Genuine Fish and Potash for Truck and Pines
\' water has to pay jwnny, for the benefit -" h. I.hI.-..$.. ( IOO FOR A and a full line of Fertilizers: at Melbourne and Gomez (Jupiter Nar-

I 1. it derives. The United States government TII.I.AMOOK ROCK LIGHTHOUSE. .CS.,. BUSHEL OF rows). JOHN B. BEACH.

,. is alone of all the nations of the maritime circles. the world over as the n-- h...- 6-6 Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Florida.
,-urth in this grand beneticent work. ., ...
I t Aniericuu ruiidyvtiek. It is built of brick _
=ONIONS.For
4 t l j t.... Every other nation charges lighthouse and I iron and Is located ou Anastasia> : / = ,
.:r tolls ou its foreign commerce, and levies _
iHlunil.off! St. Angustiut The structure .
.....'..._ .
nlher taxes upon foreign ship owners for ...... full particulars -'How
Is lm feet high from base to light and .II.U.c.csa aavP.rtl..a.MNNFAVORITE to Get Jt1
the support of its lighthouse system. nt 105\ feet above the level of the sea send scents.for the July 29th Issue o f FARMER AND !Rill?GROWER
The oldest in the United ,
lighthouse
the
.
FLORIDA
thows u first order light; It cost more AGRICULTURIST the
t titates was bnilt at the entrance to Boston than $IMI.OOO. It takes its name from oldest and best

harbor on Little Brewster island .tll spiral Ktriptw of black and white, by A V SMDftI! En the state.' E. PAINTER agricultural paper Pub.Deland i in]I The Foremost Horticultural Paper of the South._ t
,
i ;F in 1713\: sixty years before the battle of .vhich it is dmtiugnisluble in day time
,: Bunker Hill. It cost 3,383 pounds stet Fla. Theadl.wingpedalideWrite
.
." i from other Iihtllill; the vicinity ejclu.ivi'ly for tbli paper: PlneaggdmTbo..N.| | Rlcbiirifi,
liD;: It was erected by the order and lint jwrhnpH' the most weird. and alt I i John B. Hunch; tobui'oo, henry J. K,nloa.tohceo agent?. C P. It.U..yV, p. UowlTgMfKt
'J 5 (>RHigh ;
I L' at the expense of the general court of ether picturesque lighthouse! under $ Profewor Dhbnl..Irawbertlcwa.; I'owtr. Orange.lenioni, tropical 'reify Teg. "
the Province of Massachusetts Bay, andit I.bleeancererwlbyfully l one hundred rurreipontlents I
Ymerican control U. that on TUlarnookiKk. > practical experlenet/ Valuable
.
was supported by light dnes of onepenpy Oregon. This is built i ArmS20Low GEO.S.HACKER&SONMANUFACTURERS articles on >ft ibniphBte, dniryb.g..hipplog. | and) marketing canning.Jully.maklng.ele, will
I per ton upon all incoming and : rock about twenty upon miles auvl'swept oe given from time to limp based. on peiwnal Ininpcllim. by a trained special contributor The e
outgoing vessels The accompanying bunorl.1.Torn Sawyer and the Inlmltabla Major tampbol1.lste: uperintendent of the SubTropical
< .null of the mouth of the Columbia r
,
ExiKWUion
/ picture is from an old engraving: of this I I iver and one mile from the mainland. .' nllvtn our page. weekly tl,'iooa.
light and with it is shown of the : JacksonTflie Florida. $2.00 [
one ,it U perhaps the! most inaccessible piece a year. ./
h first lighthouse: tenders, a pinnace of Every Machine has a,
jf Ood's footstool
on the whole earth. leaf, ; >11;'
-
'. some touuage.L drop fancy corer
though; the waves sweep over it in peiod two large drawen, with nickel rings, and full '.'1
From that time nntil 1780 there does
of storms there was yet at the topi set of Attachments, equal to any Singer Ji
t not] seem to have been bnilt more than i space of about fifty feet square upon chine sold from $40 to $60 by euThe Ma-I r tjl, -DUY YOUR- ,:: I
eight lighthouses of the first class Of .-hicli to accommodate a structure High Arm Machine hat a telf-tetting ,',
them Sandy Hook light. Cape Henlopen this Uncle Sam undertook to build die and self-threadtng shuttle. A trial in rout
pen
0 J JI t At the entrance to Delaware bay the i lighthouse. The rugged character of home before payment U raked Buy direct ol SHIP CHANDLERY HARDWARE
the Manufacture
the headland the tendency of the sea and save agents' profits be- +8. ,
aides getting certificates of warrantee for five ,
I Face to landslides and the great distance years.' Send for machine with name of a businessman a.Ma Wire Rope Rigging, Fishing Tackle Spruce .j' I.
from Astoria, the Ladder,
I nearest supply
point
u reference and will ,
It. we ship one at cash
;t..:: made the execution of the work a task Co-Operstlve Sewing Htcbln C.., OF Tula Life Preservers, Tents, Awnings. Patent Anchors and

yt'I I :I .' of labor difficulty danger and expense. 269 S. nth St., Philadelphia, ....
I i. a The very first day, in effecting a landing i U.WE PAT TUX j..EUIHT.'ia:
.1J Doors BOAT
.. '" ." '1.f the foreman of the working pert I GEAR OF ALL KINDS S
"
-' : was drowned.. Four days later four Sash

,1 workmen with! hammers. drills, bolts, FROM
provisions fuel a stove and -
f' ; ; some canvas Blinds

!.": r to protect. and a them few day were later successallyanded. five more' MouldingsAMD GEORGE E. CHASE &:;CO.

t ..."J.j', :r rI men were got to the rock from which ,

:, .I I time the commencement of th-. work si1; lA l JACKSONVILLE, . FLORIDA.
be dated. It r
took three
wkly years of
t&- Write for Prices.
0, Building Material :
unremitting labor, and at a frightful 5-46
cost, to build this lighthouse.; The MTTSt

idilding |Is a simiire., one story dwelling, CHARLESTON, S. C.,

v J g a. w121f from the center! of which rises the tower., Apamphlatof Inforautloa llo.to/// J y
whiJh is crowned by a gallery und a tan Mradot tb.l.uu.ma
tttrn containing a first order tens. The Yarka Certahy./. LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH CARPENTERS WANTED Who will send ui the names

.. I material u-wj: : U. stone for thaouter lJl a rwuaw a o .
? t" i dYl Br.al.ay, 1- ....ul, for Prices. of their Hardware' Dealen-
and brick and iron for the interior. 4-1
The
do
'\\ 4ii :.. who not sell our SEW SETTING SEKCH PI.ASB.
Y1 I 1'! light is 48 feet above the base of the Those who will do 10<
tower, and 1.10 feet above the sea and mention this paper will receive FREE a fim-class carpenter

fcT. ArOl'STUHK: lJOWT.A Upon this solitary rock mile from ell and circular,. 5.26 pen.
Main light at {Charleston and the light ttnv human habitation nrroand weekin 6A6E TOOL ,CO. 1R|eliad| |, M, j J. ..

at PurtBw uth, N. II., were the most anti week out by howliu tempesU FOR SALE PAINT YOUR :IOUS !

oonaidcuous. At that time 1789 the and angry waves dwells the keeper! with SAVE MONEY
\, lighthouse system was then as now under Ills family. Not a patch of green not a Sloop yacht "Isabel. Addreu Now Is the time to do your win.ter BY BUYING YOUR

{ the treasury department,but it seems (pound, of earth. not a shrub not a single W. S. Taoi-re, 1 painting, and John II. Fisher

,I that pot even an order concerning a tiling in sight but the broad expanse of 5.7 Tabita Fla. I it tbe man who knows how to do Furniture Carpets
I
It
lighthouse\ could be carrie out without Matting and *
f ocean and with no communication save t the work properly Will take contracts ,
j personal direction of the president a sic 1 -
/ at such time as the lighthouse tender I
evidenced by the following letter the can visit him, this solitary mortal, like JOB PRI 71\'{;. the by day or Job at any point HOUSE FURNISHINGS from
river.
o n Address
original of which hangs in the office of ;
Alexander Selkirk, must make the best of Semi THE TROPICAL FUN
the lighthouse board. life lie well earns the thousand dollars a trial or JOHN II. FISHER.
der for job work. We have CLARK
JUOCKT YCRJIOX Oct. 13, maBia : I which the government pays him, and pete a com 41 Melbourne, FILr.40NEYot and LOFTUS
,c have received four latter of tb6thloiitaat. job office good stock latest
Th.public ..."Ice nquirlnc the .rrmagament .. though he has no rent to pay, no food to faces of types, competent workmen ,
I bay and no clothes to provide for himself JACKSONVILLE, .
waich you bav. nud rolallv to and our paces are as low as con ist- FLORIDA.IE .
tb.Ughlbou Newport and PortUud they and his family how there
many are
ant with good material J J- ;Write for
an work.
} are perfectly.fP"'eabl. to DM and rocelremypprobatlua. who would Catalogue.
exchange places with him _
I.am. sir. your mom obedienteerrant. In lblblp. Letter beada, statements. ., 60S .
titonan Wiauiaoron.T WALTER WEUJUJC. 1 tails>> beads. envelopes shipping 1 IIt : :: | UMV. -_--._-- t
--
.Aleiwider. Hamilton. EMU .t Tot the -------- %
a cr &
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:tags, visiting cards, folders in all the ._ to a
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iit.1M.From' It U ,
treasury of It. Cnlud said that there is artesian! well w.- M.W.rrw.
an awe
this little beginning has at Potadam. ilo. ''text designs, and posters. Send in r---,--- ..Ww....lr....... .......... ,W.....
grows that Is 8.600 feet i in _... -- -... ....
order -.J.. _.........._._..... .... '
oar now .
i' the itnpendon ligUthotw system of toIt depth. If this is trod it U the deepest BO as to be ready :..-......,.. ".r.WW.it"1M .
.M
j- ? pry, if BOW' an baioniM %bums, aM; bprlcf of toy kta4 lo the U&ittdf 1 UtM.t fur the opening ol the busy seaton. J i C.....se.-flU.- TRY.....1itY: t1i11..Wis TELEGEMY'V] [ \ &

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1'i { ; I"IIftI1mIlt'1'Itft'llrt'Never! wet a mirror oil over at a L .1 ,. .">. 0"" i A ttTQ\tTN" R ,JL. S. The Travelers HotelJAeKsOEtrILLE .: j1f' )ll'J; ) ;qO : 'I ia vfi..) -

Where one friend lire Invited to cnll and ex time, but clean: thoroughly a small:I .. 1
i rirwut their ricwi and girt hlntnofrieiwe eugIu pla bl'f'r'lfntn&'JI' YliUle alcohol I SUMATRAJSl IS
p,,,)/ e4eglrainA lone matttrol o )ii IuL A'atrr 11I1b (ii\'e a polish,' ,r .. WIVES( RUNarflNGS; : 'A hew 1 "hotel:. FtA. ..V'al-Irs" Floati [ Hotel; ;
located
'Rub brick: on ; :
.. with a fine tissue paper. Nii A. 11'1 ,,I.N -/In.t IB --P1 r.: -'I i
write on aide ol the pnpcr only, ait }pay S t.J; near
.depots ndsteaniboat'lftndingf' .
rai'ract.' ,. .
It will l cave capylng. ___._ H CartemaThal, Differ VAirtlTlUMJof 1 ,A.y, I,. '

Sign yonr Initials, or any flam* you llke, to To W..h I,...... '' 'f( QthenChristlasieetateka.Meilkiipaei: all. hartti'bfth'e? : city, street passing cars for JUPITER: DADE CO., FLORIDA !i,
your eontrlbiitloim, but pleam tend your If the lace be narrow, wind I it tl ftUyarouq..d plo-The,Wir.;lB, thi Property pol .,: the Milt tiles.jThig every :
name to the editor ol thin department. bottle Mi* K'+ *,L and it Wet -
a pin i Jtlhor ASEA'
oa : house 1 is perfect.in all of Itsappointments
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Addrve*. r <$ugjulywitbalcoboU aJdTJet li 're-: A cbnn-try 4rhere! 'tnb'Wotaen'' Ivn'thee .
ha"ing nil modern
into itO : 'rrY
M ,
Fat leCenn trxti mairfunin Wrfcfitlf flryi *1H wlllf nous*and finds';;*!lire< [(bid had 'silver'j convenience; ? Including )tot and / FOOD SlJtCIJ\l' ,

1 J m Sla like iej.l ICtUeialejjaJilcltakgth< d common,;-ni .. vT where everybody i and It
wooden roller from a window shade to 'happy nobody floor. .
"III a multitude oj counsellors thereis dope wrong is the burden of the every fftSTRutea reduced to \
story .
wind it
tvisdoiit. on. Kittak' that w..1 J" abriplr.r far $i per datI. &.1 Best Fishing tu Florida' '.' ,. .\ G
_._ .1' ,ifthtra! pm, i off"fIt? \ I .. \ :, ; : ; f\

=7( J ..I'tV Cheese and; To .L W J:Shnw
Cut slices of bread half an inch thick. modeled '''thWggtn this'cortntry' wh/'n''it A:. E. G. BETT & CO. -, ,. ; jI' I
T SHOULD t
learn to "unstrlnp ,' "
/K
;, Fry in butter until light brown, wheel wall 3'opng;flt1 W the bow when use.>Tllerbert : done put on a tin and heap eacluilice. New York in I&19, and wee abdirt the Wholosale Dealers inOOFEEES- TAKE J., T. & K. W. Il'Y'TO TITUSVILLE, AND STEAMER', LUCIE
Spencer says 'Wehave, had too with mtrWnTmjfo'urTIawylFs' feign-'in .
I much'o '|4he oapel of(Jo4; )N lit(tin e theft"grated,very*: IUI Chetst'pepper, sprinkling aud.salU on San Francisco. He won the cases thittsetUeatheTaHditJ '' -< =- OR ST., SEBASTIAN FROM! THERE TO JUrITE1t i

to preach the gospel of relaxation." When time to serve, put in lhe'tNthfor d\ ftsnluffl! < in'-ltio Van. oft Ness sett! ordinance, and And -.l

... ,---,._--- a few minutes till nicely browned. he served Ilea stat 'senator in laM,when! Teas, Spices, Baking ----- ',' ,

_ The little article "Rests" in lastweek'el9sue This eaten hot is palatable,, ,M.K&UIn ., I it WasI H I mono Id boiv.of an' honor" .: to,be,a legislator' ', Powder anu Extracts. E. E. VAILI PlOPILIET.0ll.:

,
cputained! sotne. hilltsr j(1: "In'alt'ruy' years of travel" he wild, 5-4
garding the economy of rest, but they Cake, Ic..
were not far-reaching en9ugh Jo.toucb.; One pound of flower one pound,,ol thoso jvho live lln Sumatra; in the mid- SPECIAL, ATTENTION GIVEX10 .. ...

some who and thotoughtlessly working. sugar, one pound of butter, and .four- 'aid port pf,\the iilflml. .Tad people all ,bR/ERS FROM HOTELS.

themselves to death.. ,.., teen eggs. Sift and warm the flour. t aye; ;; Sumatra rebolievcra ,lnthe,.htq: JACKSONVILLE .
hammednn FLORIDA
Pdund and sift the sugar; wash the religion, but! .the, peculiar; : ,.8 ., H
.
butter and customs which make this particular pea
cream it well; add the sugar '
There are quiet little nooks and pie nniqnd and different,frpm' all others t
many and beat Beat
gradually* yery<<: lUgh't .
) 'fOnfafcrog'tlie pathway of life' where th3 !ggs.ap'Bra4*1; l'ddtthe jvelk&.to. are tit confined would to hot one'correct'community' to:!term this'" Tile lUuslo House of Florida. HOTEl! LAKE WOFFFHLAKE
ol "good
refreshirt omthing
glimpss | the 111.ga" tidbnttej jthh!ri. dually branch of the Sumatra people! a tribe, ,
..A fltaatL41ktiug\Ym gi4e u.lentat reel, add the rl'our anti egg white, allernBte- for they,do not lire iu,tribal relations al -i-- t '

but the physical need is almost as ly, until all is thoroughly! mixed. {ill, although there js. a;chicf and tinder A. 'B. CAMPBELL. \,

great An age' of."hustling"'; has overtaken Flavor with'' lemon, 'land 'just before chief tni us. These rulers, however,''Are '
us'as' a race, and we are going. pouring.into the cake, pan i add two i not despots; and if the people' do not like JACKSONVILLE. FLA.PIANOS '1 I

"the pace that kills." pounds of the best raisins seeded, cut I the way In'lwhdl'they' { manage things WORTH FLORIDA? s sIs

... -- ..'.. in half and floured. Bake in a slow ,they i dispose( of them very ,thortlyand __ 1. c
put other men in their
paces!! ___ "
The Delsarte systetn puts; a stop tointiciioc oven, taking care not to jar the -cake- "AUnoTTglTnion(; are the 'ostensible cliarnlin'ly1Oeatet on the highest 1fl'07l1Ht'a7U'.ne.arc1'the
'this uueecessar4Lurry and the when, closing: the"stove dQn.q A straw 'chieftains,the women are tho real rulers :

Imposition upon ourselves of much that stuck in it will come out perfectly The customs of the country forbid the AND Sea llcuch than any other hotel on Istke-'lfinrth.

causes a physical "break down." A clean when the cake is doue. giving: of a man's property touts. Phil ,
MRS. M. dren after his death. If"a tnftn dies the .-r. /
come-tmriss few notes upon" -the"-,system_""" """may. not .-. .property I lie owns, la given to his fatherand ORGANS. Sets{ tll(' (tost {fnblo, null! uses .pure, Illlcipil rain 1, ivnter{
mother The woman's property .
M1HKLLAN KOl'M.nlturvil the contrary.is given,,.to the children I hay .cllr..rl from mennfnetnrer'for. ensh u' '! "
The work teaches the much needed Probably: that la .the cnstom that Is nysponsible &anY&n'I.lh..I.'O.3.' IIInolr 1I..u In the//llvt.tftto.better If bargane than -
doctrine of relaxation. Its philosophy Cnnvereallon.ms for the turning over of>all the bnying al'lnnOLr Ornll, write no yon 1rcntn think 01. H. P. DYE Propnejbr.
Keeping Up withtheUincs isrequired wealth of the country to the women. Inll1l"..prime,and\sins forme, 81 t )'Uugllnr
,
teaches how to train the nen howtoe&telior0"toaiove nfaktViu 'Iout; nil IrolghU paid. I .nUslnrtton g..urnn.
of all who desire or effort to,' TREATMENT OF TUB BOYS AND tEN wi'u or no OKlo.I C.-6
tI11'O'forcer !. s6liicti e. /ill w i th r ice 'ichicve arp'lacijin thefwoVld. To I ibe 'It is the constant' aim of the men to mimin.rnrry strings the Target mar l everything t Mock In (the mniilrnl.frnm State of sheet 't
: a
bright and well-informed is expectedof enrich their wives. Each man"has but' (Fenliiirp al-Muatinnthis tn a(triinil l :I'liino.; t' .tulogne' free,
-41D il9r."ndh-wif all who take it upon theniselves!
It was observed that training given and they live a perfectly moral life,! Theteiirhinss
too ",Igor.ousfor ,say .anythiuThe/ only way to acquire ,cf jMohaminediinisnr aro followed -
in
girls gymnasiums was such ,
an accomplishment is to study-to ( upon the question of rtljvorce MERRYDAY; n PAINS:,
them. They were not prepared for
apply yourself daily hourly to ab The husband has the right to divorce his.,
it, and the result in instanceswas Jacksonville, Tit., 14 14PALM
many sorbing as much useful information: a* wife whenever*he chooses! but must,al
: aot improvement on the\ original3ootdlttoti possible. FThetlme. that, la ;frittered low her to retain the property bar postession. -, PIANOS, ORGANS, GCITABS, VIOLINS COCOANUT GROVE HOUSE l
( p-i: The+ D I lsafte' ;gyranasUcs!! away in (oolll.blles\sl fh U.C-. rry nth e! Divorces are not frequent. UANJOS, STRINGS, SHEET Mcsic; etc ,

de.etop. ( .abi.tllaJgract, breakinp! bad o41y time that Is :t1C; teat\ j ne ver though,and 1 believe that In proportionto All prices for cash' or on terms. to suit ..

f (p'htsjcj.lib.tLl:; biabli ntw.1ues, edeemableVafidlhYpf! !easure and ben- the population: divorces i in this part silly ..
and teach that awkardness is a waste ddd of,Sumatra, are npt one, in sixteen: com .
ePt that one's self from
accrue to 0- '
of'nerve force. They do not seek, primarily pared to the number in California.
ion to the cultivation of intellect andonversational
"The
to secure muscular develop- : powers is tor be derived. they''can'people b&are- The happy children therehappyas live at IMRAFF1 CO. : BEACH, FLORIDA., It

m qtf..b'h r natural"i 'se of c puruerrJus r& net, 'pther ourveJJtJLHow home' with their mother-the boys until 1, ,

andSrfuscatar machinE The crude are the speeches of many the)''ore-thirteen' or'' fourteen, and the ,
scientific drill teaches true "harmonic ifls until they : Jewelers.COCOA
marry.
who have a great deal to say. How .
poise." It is an accomplishment to \Vlicn the daughter'gets married she
hey halt and falter seeking for ,a
stand and walk well. "Higher physic- stillfill does hot leave her mother's house. '' Aft FLA The largest and most centrally located Hotel on L.I1ICE ,
word Si
fitting orworse- put !
'' ciaracterbuildingStThetigdifled r addition bunt on-X nenrrooMui they in'the "
training bec6uies higher what would Dtliernise be an elegant 1VO1 Tlf--is situated miiht of- fine
call It-and the married
newly
feeling, "i attitude. :'dignifies v ienteDce'wiUi a bit\of slang sometime makesher home ,there, .&Brings'girl up : .. Residences and Cocoanut Groves, and is only J7wV"
\ the of the coarsest, most vulgar variety. her icbJldrenV:: 'JCnatoM, if course;
TJ
... "" ... .iJ
'we nor ho our assateahave I 1 ttt.;tjieru@rer\ an1-fhl\Jrl1t,
It piay possjess |,
adherence to principles! cn e ; .J, "II kneW"one' thssd"tbthmunitieawhere' !
is preparedoyl: p'> lplrei! : v1o '";th 1 beeiij9rnreji-ide i | reading' there were a mother and several -: --
well-written book t the only way in
carefaltise oflMt\ portion'" f"the
o daughters' living with their children,
..anatomy ; the.world to leant,and acgnire Bn easy The original: house had grown with each TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. E. N. DIMICK Proli
.'. flow of language. mnrriitgo Until'' It'' spread'over' a large -.- -- .

The ancient Greeks-types and Versatility is a rare gift; few possess piece ft( ground. F4uelbrtraus! in ,(Ill the Latest )
it I either I in writing or Speakiiig: butvenVsmoothf ",\VUet t no,boys get o4 enough toleave I
jnodels of aq.unexcelled<< .beauty:-; had; homo taken JJe, !IIUI, at, Lowest 1'ricea. 5.'i
)standards' harmonious: k cfech can they are top( compart
-th of physical culture'and ment house which is set aside as'a home fine Collection of Florida Views ,
schools wherein. these, systems 'were be put Jo aj many ppctkable uses, for them until they wish to marry. The : for Sale.
"taughtl": rJoderri'na'tions;paying little i iknd Is 1nthtiey'agreeabl( alistener. girl ,ha the right to"cl OOBfI'wbom she !J

heedjtothe.fulturdpf th$[body! ,' h.av :_cultured!orrboortslf.! ',; will wed a privilege delegated to her in' Work finish for Amateurs at .,
I For anything or anybody to reach .11. 'MoUHnimadm Wi
s diy degenerated. The bodily per. C01U\tTita.'v: j i Trade Prices 5-4
fecjion ofthe ahciepti was, Fof course'!,' high state.of perfcfctiod: j culture mist.. "Once'tnatrie".'tb husband for ,the
brings about the rest of his life U:his wife's lover. He
be the power that suc- ,
the result of long centuries of training > "
cessful result. It is so in agriculture;" lm-sllt'ftrtfrorrr her'and visits his hoine '
They desired" to make each "surviver"the floriculture and in every kind of "so rtIng" only in the evening to chat with her and FIELD GARDEN ,AND GRASS ___ -rte. ,
"fittest. An eminent writer of ttephjltlren} \ ",AUt1ie.woneyrbrgetsana'there ,
varieties
finest
in the world. The
the present day says of them: It wasa is i plenty.of money of- Dutch
based l | end breeds}are -constan4l jbeing innproved there-he turns to his eet .
beauty on bodily] .he altht jou coinage over sw SEEDS. r
the grace and harmony and perfect upon by being subjected to heart She'.dressee herself and the chit = = -_= -- -= --=-_-= _

proportions of every organic part. It more favorable conditions of training, dreaand, ebould9adlthe! Jietty:, aiaily,
A Full of Reliable Seeds
Stock
until the desired : :
|and development re- cares. ,
f was not confined to the r ce; It Jncluded'e -
"H014\lwthnreS'opIf; to earn' thqmonef.t
I suit is obtained.
t 'aspeettrfformandfeatarcIt'iva9 very limb and lineament e-very -*Culturemean"s"be"autyr;; if preserves pay for'the. .things they eat Special Prices to Truckers.
a '
and wear ;
wholesome, abiding beanty./: -was:a every faculj".t! : j "To get* thinga,\f
beauty that didnot, ,fade with. ...the" first Intelligent conversation on topics of Got ;worry bimmuch., Thei portion ofSnm'atra L. CAMERON
freshness iofionth."' "" the i tiines'or upon' ,injects of which In which jtheaet strange people

t 't.;j. r. .... members of the company you', are fti live is'very fertile and productive. It is ,23.E. Bay. St., Jacksonville, Fla. 1
.t. :. .may have made a special, study] the it fine country; with beautiful mountainsand 4-H

The object'of this system of physical discussion ol books music and pictures f I( "(reams ani.1DigYitiortcenery.! : 1j.
culture is not to"each 4 ,certain set ,ot 'different epochs of_the world's'his.. All sorts of fruits are grown and in the

gestures but trala the whole.body,In it :tory, course requires >a1* familiarity higher altitud s'm 1DY of the grains. 0 Any Article that has out j.
scientific until it is brought y r* 'DRassr OIF 'l'JIB"wOJlIQf.( t
manner to a add speakeifi fj "
with the best waiters<<
: ; "To flnd dresses for"the family most lived zs years of competition
condition of natural freedom and ae>d. The of/'lack"",of time"has been ,
plea ; be different matter'for l' -
a never aawdneh' 11
\ i'i
.andlmitation and sells
bility. -, '
\ "Jt no. more
answers
.*. worn hrea -bare'r oogetj elegantly attired women as in theeecoinninnitiea.
people who desire thing! and They'are very beautiful, and' more..each year, must '
The drills are now introduced earnestly merit. Dobbins' Electric
the besf private schools, and into many :realixe some measure of euceessRlf! not {, awl, the brightest eyes have, -

'pu'bUc.Jill ool,, "recognited.; physical! ::entire "success?." They..b aet.tbe,,|atl$' Neyer in Christian, countries do women Soap', first made,: in 1869, J

.defects and needs demanding special 'faction, at least of knowing ,that Ihey '"I,remember dres all extravagantly that Puce the chief. told is just that article. Those T

i culture in that which tends toward periecthea'lth are"nearer: thq attainment oC.tbeir Ideal{ me be'would have'two pretty maidens ,
'gracclio'd beauty of theft strjvipg, who use Jt, each week, (and
because dress as they would on their marriage
LAIN HOUSE
,!" Slang'and 'idioms' fare undeniably. Thft/ tvre; bright Jeyed girls- were gone ,their name is legion,) save OAK

These are the ujain prlDdplu.lixts 'convenient..forms of'speech at tunes some tune, and came back wearing, one clothes and strength and let
but indulgence in--th frequent a dress of gold and the other one of, ti\- ,
.. b4etpbjectianot.beauty but heilth. as
,
destroys the beauties, the euphony sent A They;"bid bracelets one above another soap do the work. All that --
It is
+ a wonderfully useful system, the usage f torn ihft,hacd. and above their '
results a practice of which have always of the most brilliant conversation elbows 'At the elbows they wore pecn we. can say as to its merits,

been satisfactory. Books may be It maybe thought by some to, liai bracelets; jointed to' permit easily pales into nothingness before OAK .LAWN, ON LAKE WORTH, FLA. .
secured treating the subject and a evince wit, but';! more frequently it betrays rnoYVDgi the joint ''In brief, their arms "WLIU" **;* % rs

thorough study and observance of the paucity of ideas and lack of were armored with precious metal. They ,the story it will tell itself; of .f

rules may enable a person to privatelytrain thought, hid! ,ppcklatxaofgemanctothereostly{ Jts o.Wfi..perfect, purity and "
.
"s H.dll tar ni." at i ornaments and th?, cloth-pf-gold. .
himself to a certain extent. 4C::,>L&J: ''H ) :
were, with the prominent characters of cloth-of-silver dresses were made loosely, q .lity..iYou will give it one Is situated nearer the Inlet than any other louse; and.
waist"and! the skirts in
the
--, ,various ages aDd countries; a familiar and fitting apnoe above% vv N' | e i trial., Ask your grocer:for it affords free and easy access to the Ocean Beach,
ity w"ith'lyoriteaod popular topics '-"r hey t rre not au'lgnlirant people, tor I
1tECPtS. discourse He has it, or'will get it. Try to gather Sea Shells.
to on
all the ability
above the children are' .taught jn their homes, '
T. Clean Dark w...... these with ease and dignity is a condition !and tiany'learn to readlhe Koran, '!They I it next; Monday. 4 narrow Channel confines the deep waters of the Lake
by all means desirable. I i proprieties: *i too as ts !sppltp .There ..I many Imitation .
Any sort of dark\wood may be (freed Study !and thought ,wilt bring JsJ observewthe. foI! w w1c1wn.I ,J J. ii. Electric Soaps which electric: close to O4KL'l W Wharves, producing the VESTFJSIIIXG
from 40} tracts of.dirt and grease' by a careless t }.a+4oPl IU\11i QQ4, tee iahr jtr plays no, part. Dobbin\ ,
t good sponging with strong tea, just about. We are too pf anti"_'pa ''tl1 front";ot Mf plirticular, U the original one,all Magnetic Electrics of any point on the Lake. ,
thoughtless.! Vfe l\ck; men.tat energygg4r'ahre6 I poor to the fassilT *>va>f n4';pease a and ElectooMagiciaie deatimitations.
ie4' Ri i U 1 till! fa! .w upglltl|1j c41\!fqrntHre| U \i\ QVd4 learning and our owledge. j (nay not marrj. a aip. But when the is on every wrapper and U any other U lent a
.ta1&{ Ih stay o4 We should<< \ our light more btU '
: ,torn it IntQ ihreds Md scattered the
@owjag WOf -eateq may be greatly often and wore brightly, for we can r on the ground bar term of mourning it mJil nktt L'L.-CIACIN & Ca, A. E. HEYSE B Proper.T r
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preserved and improved if earbolio oil hive to any oDe without diminishing the I, over and she m., accept second lovw'i \ .
ia pouredipto the jvoacU't Hllhtn,1.lS griliiancy of our own. R. M,...j I Qrotfare-.3sa FitncUcQ Emalaer.... I'Jadc1pJ a. Pa,
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,,' 'ROUND ABOUT U3. HERB AND THERE. Land For c:
Cc| OCr: pical j\\\i\\\ : -- -.- Sale. ,

1 J _._ Newsy Notes Concerning People< and Scraps of New About This and That' One Hundred and Sixty acres cI BRELSFO D" : BROS."

Affairs In this Vicinity. And Different Things Rood; pineapple land within a third
.r f' j 1; JUNO, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. -.- of A mile of Lake Worth and lock- .. '

; Miss Lillie Pierce and Mr. Guy Bradley Mr. G. H. Carters, wellknownon led in the tame section ai Hypo

'i I -I-/ Ii l: -- 'of llypoluxo; were welcome visitors the Lake, has returned to his old luxo poet otfice Also One Hun. DEALERS IN-

:' t 'i YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2. to THE SUN family last evening haunts from a northern summering.Mr. cred and Sixty acre. lying at the.

\ ;. .. ,'-=-=-==-=-"' =--,,"=-- south end of Lake Worth lying on

GUY I. .i1IETJ.lLll.bililol' Quite number of passengers have / Chas. A. Lane, of Lake Worth/ the County road. This tract' em

been brought to this section during the returned last week with his sister from traces come excellent cocoanut General Merchandise

and Publlslier. cunent week. They are beginning to New Jersey, where they have spent Ineapple and vegetable;' laud and

I come thick and fast. the summer. it pall hammock.
.
T The coffee tree at Mr. Spencer's I ii/4 1 have several other tracts and

Religious Directory, Rumors come to us of a "necktie" sight worth going to see; It is more any of them are for tale at a mod.

party to be given by a family down heavily laden than ever before, the crate price. Address. : Oldest Established Basinets on Lake Worth.
the,Lake In the future. We ,
near ,
.r'r THE EPiscejpAT rufncn OFBETHKSUAliy.TllliHEA. boughs being bent to the ground G. II. K. CHARTERS, .
,
'
: ; hope it will materialize.We : .
'I; RET. J. N. Mt'l.FoRD/ ?.........................Rector.Berrlre beneath their wealth of berries.Mr. 39-3mos.. Palm Beach Fla.: .I') '

I and Tar Rending very Sunday invite the attention of readers
.) mi>rnln at 11 o't-lork. our Saml. Charters, of South New- ; -
t l' ,. 'I Bcrvk-e and Lay R.ndingiorColnrrdpeopl e to the ]land advertisment of Mr. I?. MAPES'\ FERTILIZER'S"Soliciting i i ;:
f very Sunday alternonn at 4lI vlul. 'k. fane, Vt., accompanied his brother
pettlers will do well
.' Heyser; propcctive George home, having purchased his HOE! FOR PINFAPPLES !& COCOANUTSOR I, "j

r.' ReT :.................................. .fl.IIIltpflt.. to communicate with him. homestead claim near the south ,
( t Rrllttlon Scrvlroo. lit the Went HMe School -
\ end of Lake Worth. Mr. Charters
Howe at lO'HO: a.m.ev..ryllllnlln\.hnm; <1.\I.. Mr. John Beach of Melbourne gaveus ,j. \
{: .Ir after Sunday Hrhiml. Kveryliodjf: (uilnln.t proposes to become a permanent res Any other tropical fruits

1 a j'. 1 Invited n e.I\.eclnllyvIPitingtheLakenreeardlally to, meet with UK. visits a pleasant the Lake call section last Satul frequently day. and He ident. _______ wish to grow. you may Agents' for Liverpool' and!" J'London, and'' Globet.;t Insurance.." Coy\

8DNDAYKCHOOI.Uio. his friends are always glad to welcome Dr. Hinckson and family, of the Adirondack !. Four ten-acre lots fronting on ,. ....... .1(1"' A, .

R. Hovfl.Kf,...,.............Snperlntendi-nt.\ hIm. mountain region, arrived on Lake Worth (West Side) for sale .. : ', .' .
i! Sabbath-Krhool at vest Side Kvluxil Hon xe the Lake last night They expect to In Lotus Cove. Only forty rode ', .
i _t tfHO; a. m. every Sunday. There was an unusual number of fl.a !
\ assume .charge of Mr. David Brown's from -Denstn Lyman's store end Also Proprietors Of
visitors in last
PRAYER MEETING. Juno Saturday among .
r house, and conduct a boarding house boat ways. ,
All are Invited to attend the'hrlMtlnnpray; them we note Messrs. Comstock, Mad-
; F aP mtln' r., nt the hoime of 1'. u. Kpemfr I at dock and Charters front down the durlug the reason. Dr. Hinclsort spent Three quarters of a mile across
= 4o'rlork.: every Sunday erenlnir.I A topic' lortndy last winter the Lake and is the Lake to Farrell' trail ; onlyone
i ; will be dean out at eneb meeting 'lor Lake. on pleasedto I
) I IIf the' next aurceeitlnK mrrUnq.I a return. hundred yards over to the tea LAKE WORTH NURSERIESA
--. We received last week the first call bench
r/ The new residence of Mr. F. S.
made TUB SUN by' our valuable correspondent -
\. been $50.00 per acre and up.
has
i' Dewey sufficiently completedto
General
Directory "Ruthven. He looked in
Call! and of 1
ten samples tropical
w d upon us long enough to say 'howdy,' give the family accomodation, and rowth on adjoining lots.E. Good Assortment of Tropical Trees and Plants t ) which Additions

TT. 8. SIGNAL OFFICER AST GOVERN. and vanished.Bro. they have taken advantage oCthe'act, are being constantly made.
\i" I MENT TEL .:ORAPIi STATION AT and are enjoying the result of their R. BRADLEY

JUPITER ISLET. J. M. Caldwell until recensl; labors. The building shows up very 5.3Jewell! Dade Co.. Fla.
A. 3. MI1TRFot.L..Offlcpr In Charge: editor and of the
I, ::=: ::::::; publisher Jaspe neatly aud we are pleased to note the,
I JUPITER LIGHT HOUSE.J. AVtt'f, made a pleasant visit to th improvement. / PALM BEACH DADE COUNTY

J. A. ABMOI-R.....?...............................Keeper.K. Lake list week. He Rrew; so enthusiastic FLORIDA.On .
N. AOEE.....................................AwtKtnut.K. .
'r E., Cowi.Ea.......?........ ...............Aiuletant. over the attractions of this country here are about a dozen guests at NOTICE. ( Lake Worth.) 5-34)
that he will probably return and the Cocoanut Grove Hotel and
Capt. .
: LIKE HA VINO STATION. STATE or O
C. R. CAMLIX.......................Offlc-er .In Charge become a resident of Dade Couuty. Mrs. Dimick entertaining their friends COUSTYOr, DAiL1'!
II, I Lira BAVIXU rllf.W. Take notice that Six llonthtifterdat hereof .
I. E. Bnoxanx.................T. A. ItonltMnx...... until residences completed or put
I
i ra' Jon. WALLER..................THOMAK MITIIIKI.L.. During the past week the heaviest in condition for their will present to the Conntr Judge of Dade
O. W. KINO......................IlAHnr Harvey...... proper' occuoancv. Count mr final netounti anl vouchers ki Administrator
L freights probably ever transported As soon as the steward and se"rvan s ; of William II. Itonent deceased. ,
i J, THE LAKE woiiT'i'(HORTICULTURAL overthe J. & L. W. Ry., have found .
I for final
l SOCIETY.UEETM : arrive the hotel will be formally open IstaofIladeCautyanIask rejr dUehtrie
; Brat Wednesday nlxht In earn month their way to the Juno terminus. ed, and indications point to the fact u inch Adinlolmrator. nte4 this
i' at aueh \plate' aa may .Iw Helected' Irum Household good and lumber for Nor, IBth, IKD1. A. f, QUIMBY: U. D. Hendrickson
I
time to time that it will be well filled.
t ,, F s..I.OAi.a.: .................................Prenldent.County various new Lake residences have AilmlnUtralnrof the- Estate of William II. ,
.. ..
Beast, ilwtatml. 11I-1. .
---- comprised the bulk of the commodities.Mr. Mr. Jas. McF-rlane, everon the alertto

improve the attractions of his'place

: Geo. B. Cellan, a former member for the pleasure of his many visitors as DEALER IX-
1if Directory of the wholesale grocery firm well for himself NOTICE FOR Pt'HLICATIOW.'
t as has lumber on -
I. & Cellan, of Jacksonville, madea
Bixley
- hand for the construction of rustic U. 8. LUll
1 .J COUNTY
I M A. .:. HKTIIKR: Oak Lawn OFFK'EIM.founty: ,11I11E'". prospecting trip to the Lake saction spats under___._n the--- _Rffl.irefini.__ ,,'-r- _nrrtne_ ___ "nn__ the.__ Nolle a Am In is vi I.LI, KLA., Mor.orPlcl,1''
1F.. Juno.. ...(' last week, with a view to investinghere. hereby given I hit the followlnK-
Ui'iuiiv .ttnitl'uurL lerk.I
,, F. W. hureh. J .,........ dune at the ocean end of his avenue, nsmadsetter hua Hud l uollre of f hln Intention
Jupiter Sheriff U to make anal In General
that wholesale hit
JOHN, \. UIIANT Jupiter I .Trea;:; It possible a from which prun support of claim Merchandise
nr r place a most gratifying sea and that ol\ld proof will In made before. Albert 1 M
....... .
F. 8. D w.y, Palm 1k aeh. Tux Anieiuuir.It. business in this neighborhood I .
quinibv. < lurk ,
Ct Juno
I A. rt. PkA/'OI'K I'ocounut y rove..Collictor.O. grocery view may be obtained. ,A thick shade Jail. U, ISOJ, Cl at ria., on
W. P ITTKK. I'alin Ileaeh..1'O.. Surveyor will be the result of his vlsi invites via ,
d I ,j. CLOIIN.O": JIII.IIP..I.ollnl School' Supt. the beach-rover at all times WILLIAM CROFT,' LAKE WORTH, FLA.,

r \ .'G rou l'UM\1II1I4JOXEJlII.. Sheriff Fred Church returned last during the day, and the shadow-flecked lid. MHM for the 8!{of. 8W' 8E'8ea!: E1T.11a It offer
t PiTTM.Chulrinan .I eke Worth retreat a'delightful lounging lIaw.... the following witnesses. to
,' (1[". W. LAIXHAHT.................... 1'aim Ileach Friday from a trip to the extreme place for any desiring it. The genial his ounstnunus residence upon and cultivation prove Lake Worth
E. L. WHITK.Motto.J. south end of the county, made for the of, said land, via: : : Florida. .
i 4 A. W'icr.Lt.JupiterCommlwilon of summoning witnesses and proprietor has made many Improvements U..... 8. Hawley, of Lake Worth. Flan ,
tr* meet un th.llI.t Monday' of purpose Mean, R. .
v
J each month jurors| to the fall term of Circuit Court during the past year, and the Oeu.. K. K.lwlc-k. 44
ensuing one will witness as- many _. lUywr,of Oak Lawn Fla.IIV .
1'L'BLJU SCHOOLS. which convenes early in December. He '. ALEX LYNCH, Reg-inter.
n|re.
M Honi. noAiin: far Old Rhodes' walk. _______ . . . . . .
UEU. LU"H'IT, Chairman....... Palm Pearh. went as as Key, . . . . . . .
i J. tLEMKMux, : ..Iprk./I n.l'".... ing a considerable portion of the way. Capt. and Mrs. O. S. Porter arrived
'r.i JAM. KAUuvMt. worth.E. last Special Attention Given to Mail Orders
to the
,, i E.:: E. WHITa....M"Uonp"Rvl.OHa Friday, pleasure'of f their

I ADD 1MTRITTUM.: Rev. Mr. Frisbee, junior pastor ol many friends. They have spent. the THE NEW YORK j

,! DraTRK-T :No. 1.....Lake Worth. ,the Indian River Mission under Rev.J. Summer in Lexingtou, Ky., with their
I J. J. WRITE.Supenlnor.MUM L. and who is this week son, who, with his handsome
Rast assisting yOung WEEKLY
KATB HAUILTOX................. Inmrurtnr. WORLD
in a protracted meeting at the wife accompanied them home for the : Goods and Prices
DIITBICT No 9.......... ...:. ............Lemon City. guaranteed j
winter. looks
will "Mac"
HAUCEI. ItoBEHT .........................HuiM-rvlmir.. West Side school house, conduct somewhat under Year.
t One Dollar a . . . . .. .. .
.
IM ARA > ;.1aIIIIITT..ln.lru'.tor. services at THE TROPICAL SUN building the weather, ;swing to a recent attact -*--*--* *- i tf- *[ t A.- A A . .

L t DWTEMT No. H................. ..CtHMianut Ornve.HICHAIID at 7:30: o'clock standard time, intermittent fever, but we hope a Contains' the best features. of
I'AHOEr........................HuperrlMir. in this lanl any
t, MIN FLORA AI..FAHLA"II..lnMtruclur. next Sunday evening. Everybody sojourn ol tevifylng properties ttipeklyprinted.] M. QUAD late of

: ri TKirr No. 4...........................Elllntt'a Key cordially invited to attend. will speedily restore hint to the Detroit Free 1'rena, writes apa '1! Owner of Schooners B." "
j E. E. Hlaua ........................ .........hn|>erTlao. his natural condition. We gladly "Mary and "Emily B.,
,I MIN MAOUIK LAt RAT ...................Instructor.biiTBUT Last week we received a short call welcome all these friends home again, I of matter. everweek..

No. B..................................Jntdter.' from one of the Lake's new residents and hope they will enjoy the season at I, -_ Plying Between Lake Worth and Jackson-
A. J. .MlTCHtLL: .........................!KUWI| >l(Or.. Maddock. Send for Sample Copy.
S J HIM BmiE 11....'a .. ...................Inmruftnr.PMTIKT Mr. Henry This gentleman; the Captain's West Side place, which ville. Also of Steamer "Lake Worth "
] brought with him to the Lake a making
No. 6............................Onk Lawn.J. portable will bi his residence since his disposal ,
T. EA 4 rNr. six room house which is in processof of his beautiful East Sids home. THE WEEKLY WORLD New York City
i E.AKflL lltv: E,.. ..................... Instructor. cous.ruction, and his fine naphtha daily trips between Juno and Palm. Beach.

i ; launch the From The first of 5..6
I ; -- "Widgeon. numer. picnic the season atl'itts' ,

ous indications family will be comfortably Island was enjoyed by a' party

State located for the winter. who, resorted there last Saturday. Mr. p
Directory
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j and Mrs. Parkin, Messrs. and Miss IT WILL PAY. .

t FXECt'TIVE-DEPARTMENT. The regular Thursday evening meeting Potter and others passed a pleasantday -Those-

,I Y a* w s P. FLEUINO'' Dnral ("o.......(iovermir. of the Lake folk to enjoy singingand at the beautiful spot wuich is

",i Juo.W. D.Bi.o L. ("MAWKOHMVakulla..fec'y.uAU.Jackson..Cnnptruller.of. state. a social season together took one of the loveliest of the Lake's at. ORANGE, VEGETABLE AND PINE-

I KNANK J. FONM. Raker..Treasurer. place; at Tile SUN building last week. tractions. The hospitality of the
B. LAUAB. Jeflerauu .... Atty Uenrrai.A. ). APPLE GROWERSwho
.'t Kl'MELI. Duval.l .....:::::Wupt. Public, Inn. Quite a number was in attendance and owners of the Island knows no bounds,

Laval L. 11. WOIIH1\I.L.Land Lery, .Jucknon...................foni'r...Adj't of UeD"Landn..'. the time was spent very pleasantly. and they eujoy the visit and visitorsas 'with to obtain the HIGHEST I

There are some good voices among much as the picnickers do. Their MARKET I'KICES on their P ''
SUPREME JCDUES. those who were present, and favorable new bouse is nearly wG! f
O. P. BANEV Lyon Co...............I'hlrf Ju.tltt>. very complete, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, to Cod
M. H. MAKUY, J..A."I.. JuMtl.K. .... opportunities should be embraced to and in a few weeks they will be happily use the FERTILIZERS manufactured
1'. TATLUE AII\chua..I.. J usticr.'gib practice aud cultivate them. settled therein. Mr. Pitts anticipatesa by the

t. 8. HK.NATOI1S.WILEIIOOH [ visit (Will near relatives during the

'1 CALL....................Dural ronnt.r.BAUCEL Mr. Will Whidden received a tele. ensuing season and is making Old Established and Reliable I
PAHCO.....................Jelferuun COIIDI;'. prepareatiou r a '
Firm
gram Sunday, stating that his little to have the entire island out in > P9 .

j FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.GAiDNta nephew at Jupiter was quite sick. good condition and the alre ady handsome t3
B. HAEKEE: Rock Lcd.e.....SenatorOENEKAl7ASSE THE L B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO.,
I Notwithstanding the fact that be had walks improved. THK Sew

,j N. D.....-.. Palm reach ..>..'IBLY.K. ............Dade Co. ,just returned. from trip down the household enjoyed a visit there during Of Pawtucket, It. I.. \
:: Lake, he promptly turned his boat the past week. \
U. 8. LAND OFFICE. who manufacture only the highest 0
t ALEX. LYII.-.. Ketrliter..................Oalne..vlllB.. southward and left In search of a -- .4Rubbery.-. grade of Animal Kertliiiero. These l e Af
T J. SNPrAN. lteerlvrr.ialnesr Ule.
physician. Dr. Potter responded, pas.
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Fertilizer are no made that they
roCBT (t'ALESIH.R-II.nXTH CIRT1T. sing through Juno Monday
morning.
i J. I). HEUUME.' Judge .... ............. beLand. I at Jupiter. keep up A VIGOROUS, HEALTHY f fn
J. D. Ituu: Slates Att..rury.Urlaudu. Latest accounts report the little boy's' -Y5S GROWTH
ami In
remain the toil
1 ___ __ __.__ FVIXU, TEHU.VoLtmiA ._... improvement.
.ft,O U.U .. :OT.... .......... '" r..Drllan. On last Monday night the residenceof until the TREE or PLANT
can =-
... 4th Tuesday In Februsr'Dsc Mr. W. L. .
',LA'::.'::::::::::::.......Id Tuesday In Marc The launch I entered Widmeyer, of Jupiterwas take It up.Southern. \3 = --=- =- -=
naphtha Egret belongingto by a white boy known
DaAXOE:..... .. ..hi Tuesday; April. as -- -
LAKE 4th Tuesday I In the Indian River Steamboat Com "Bub" Buice, who stole therefrom a Office and Ware.
1>A|>E:::::::::'.::::::::::::::::':..8d: Tuesday: la AAl'C.L : gold watch. some money and a revolver. Th\ Url\t }\ J\
\ Tt:.... pany, was brought over the I. & L. W. l'pun being arrested the house at Jacksonville, Fla.
IIIIETAED.. ..... .. boy pleaded
l"t Tui du.v' In "September
Ry., last night and launched into
VULKIA............ ..3d Tuesday In hept"u.IwrOacEukA Lake guilty and restored the stolen goods 0. B. WEEKS STATE AGENT
: ......... IM Tuesday In Ortobvr Worth today, for the purpose taking to their owner. lIe was turned loose, JI/t
OUAVUK.... ..............4th Tuesday In (li-tolr free I
LAKE,........... ...... Hit Tuesday In November. Mr. Flaglerand a party oi friends down upon condition that he get out of No. 8, BostwIck Block. II
DADE:.... ............'."..ad Turadujr; la December the Lake. The down the county which be proceeded to do I 1 extracts taken for Coast Cottages, Public
came Indian .
party Tuesday night on the steamer St. Lucie. Catalogue describing our Fertilizers Buildings, &a aide P.esJdenreB

River by special steamer, the St. He has been regarded for some ( with. Price and Testimonial and Frame Structures of all I'mds.Plaoa .

Augustine and reached Juno at one time as a bad chap, and the settlement sent Free upon application. _

OFFICE OF o'clock to-day. Unfortunately the engine is w" ell rid of him. Our Fertilizer bare given' the

I of the launch stood in need of some very beet of result wherever they

'I, Southern Produce Commission! Co repairs and the trip further SoutH had lloiu to Beat.On have been used. Specifications, Bills of Material and General Estimate i

j J' to be p03tp>ne:1.: After trying, unsuccessfully the West Side of Lake 'tFurnishtvupon i
< TAUPA. FLA.. Xor. 11. INOl. Worth J. M. f Application
J w. quote von to-day auliject) lu rnange to get up team the visitors near Oak Lawn post office, lake front, i MINOR, ,
1 without notice: returned to Jupiter. It is to be hoped a three room cottage containing one t -. fDeilirable
Oranges choice. b'ljchta... .......91.5O to f:2.W their let of furniture ana a cooking stove. Tillman, Florida

s 1 "" Tauicerliim Washington...NatrU.............. :H l.4H'fill t'l 10I.IH 2MM)> that next effort will be prolific ofmoresatisfactory A well of good water in the yard. Ad. Agent for- Residence Lot. Purchased and Home
results. The .
following Erected.
I It 1 Setsuwas................. aunt 10 400J ; dress WILLIAM MELTON. thereon for ,.
I KhadJ.wk. |>er box .................. I.TSto : .l''> prominent gentlemen comprisedlheparty Parties Wishing to Make Lake Worth their
Banana (Indian Jfherl bunch till to l.'M) L L. B DARLING'S FERTILIZERS Winter home ?
,
(( : H. M. aud his ;
Ind. Hirer I'llIpa'.r| | 1IHI( 3 IM)) toe 7.IMI Flag'er pri. FOR SALE. .
!J > .w Feaa.: per eraM. 2.%() tu K.AO vate secretary, Mr. Salter, Dr. A. An. For Indian River -- -
H quas| : h. |i rrrat;;:::::::,:::: ISto 8 (HI) and
.". Tum.I....... peerrat*........ :2 IMI 10 H Mt derson, Rev. John larding of the The fast sailing; metal bottomed -
i I., futatue. .per crate......... :3 OO to BOO tie Lake Worth Coil-fries. Best of References furnished on appllc.tion. (;
l ; EAELT VEUETABLEV LCD FBI-IT WAITED.: Springfield Republican, Senator O. B. year old 10-ton schooner, "C. A. orreponence] Solicited.

Writ. at fur Latent Complete Prk LIt Smith, Gen. R. B. Cable, Gen'I Mr. J..1! fierce." In first class order. Inquire Referto 0.8.Hardee and U.S.William --

'.. Yours err truly, T. & K. W. System, Supt. C. H. Bent of L. W. PIXKCC. Motto, 5-4

( >. ,"tli.... rroiiei Vtmtlnltt' Coiu7. J I and Cape A, W, Buie. I 8U-SI. Dad Co., rIa. Prices oo application.I'M Perntnent ,Addrew, LAKE WORTH, YU.


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