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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: December 18, 1891
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
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THI INDIAN Kiyf ne"'>. ftfnw/i*.* r*. M. Icel. 1 JUN---N KE WORTH DADE'COUNTY FLORIDA DECEMBER 17 43 "" '
) 1891. VOL.
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"TSE-TSA.T A.HA TCHEE." spend the winter with her sister, Mrs i COUNTV. CORRESPONDENCE.M section on Lake Worth. We arc goitij g: OUR COCOA CORNER, -k'a'nL ',j,

-..... A. M Grether. ,M __ ..... -_ >' ahead. -.. -, .. : ,i
Items Gathered Scribe -- 1. (
Interesting byoOf I
Found at Lost..The Indian Name for Our dock which has needed
sadly The schooner Society Salad.Town Talkand Tir1'lely'TJplFor
.: Throughout the County. "Mary H. came it
Indian River.-Chief Tiger Oives It repair for some time, is now receiving K/'"'; ...... .i: from Titusville last week, and will sail Our Cocoa Readers' /10.! ><,*'
attention. The I Is -' -- .
improvement ccr'tautly .,
for of .
The this
RIPPLES. Away to Sun. Jacksonville Wednesday, fora -..- -i-, .
RIVER a good one. "N- I
LOTUS COVE.n. cargo of Xmas "fixin's," and other
It is
"Cocoa" still Sif
_.... seinfxr.The k
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.. things In .
general.Mr.
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Indianola thqJiootii, -
Efforts have often been mndc to find : : certainly on

Events Personals and Happenings at tha the Indian name: for "the streak of We thought we were lucky when A. L .rilck ., sends kindest rgards:; to allnqlirlngrFlfJh''s 1?? II. Plunkctt who lias already town is lively, and hu-iiiess l

Thriving Towns Along the silver !sea," the Indian River, that Hatch & :Son gave us a store licic, but and Erie ids. quite a large number of trees of vanoif" seems! booming
,_ ... j
Famous Indian River blesses In its passage,: the eastern coast now we are to have another.. S. J. >' J. i i 4 kinds of and
other fruits l
tropical Is
Born
,
of Florida. The Indians have: been Field intends erecting quite a fine one; ,, have. !long suspected that there waft< preparing to add a three of to Mr. and Mrs F. K. ]O'neron ,
Our Correspondents acre Nor>
Regular
Noted by grove 25lh. a daughter.
As approached oftentimes, but they have right:; at the head of the dock The!\ oil nITeclioiury( Ocpm Uncut annexed mangos the coming spring --
--.-- closed their lips and turned away their post office will be located therein, and I [oTliBSi-N;, The local Kd. confesses Recent dances have been much en-

BELBOUHHE MENTION. heads, refusing to answer. More than on that account it will be quite a place. I I IJitoiidncss for Cocoanut' taffy. Mr. C. S. Rowley made a splendid joyed by the young folks of town '

4t .**4. once a burst of violent anger has been We wish Mr. Field success.It r Yhe '; : ; /'catch" of black bass in Lake Occosse
cboone
Mr. T. Howard Knight was up from the reward of the query, and for some liauletl "lle.gsie} U, has been eccntly. In a short while he caught;: Mr. F. I>. Taylor is at home in Cofj -
F.rcildounc Plantation for a few days mysterious reason they have kept is with much regret that we notethe out on Lyman's ways A seam lore than he was! able to carry home. coa arriving recently from the Nottim5x :'
death of Field father oi I" her centreboard case needs ,
Rev. caulkingand .
J.
:
would sent a fine to the ..
last week secret what give a good specimen over
many postmaster S. J, Field, on last Thnr* then she will again he ready to heights," weighing six Mrs Jas. Paine is continually making '
deal to know. over pounds.
"<< I' <'< d
The Riverside Is full to overflowing The proud distinction of finding out day. He had been ill for some tiinil breast the briny. ,, -- improvements on their beautiful placed;
increasing but his extreme age prevented rerov\ ; C. C. Houston is arranging to set out ..t
and
these days of many visitors belongs:; to TuSSfN associate editor, 1'e (us Coves take inwledprtf
r in cry. Mr. Field was one of the first Lotijs ) pleasure five acres to oranges:; west of the hill, Editor Mctcalf, of TILE SUN, : itt'
and it-CAme
trnvtl. about this way : settlers on Mcrtitt Island He was; ac {: n call front Mr. and as he believes in that fruit. He put avery town[ last week shaking hands wit141!
Last Saturday afternoon while the well known both and down the Mrs., Dewey, 'chaperon'ed by Ur R. II.J' lends.. .r", ,
Mr. 1.1) Kinjr, of Chicago:; is a truest "in \\lIC8" were being "run off," three up cr.'Ie were glad. to learn that respectable quantity of land iu :." -' 1
river filled
he He
of The Riverside and is looking around Indians made their appearance in the as many pulpits. they!< cared for and shape) for pineapples, on the cast slope,
laud. was burled in the family burning! fig us, they look a but, like many others, failed to get-tlte Miss Spencer and Mrs. Heysci1: ; of,
for a choice piece of pineapple press room to sec the big press work ground. dojjen or two trees with them. We are needed slips I.ake'orllt, were recent visitors! to .
They were Chief Tiger and two bucks, always: happy to !see Doctor-onpfensiire ___ our tovvn. ,1: I
Rev. J. N. Mulford of take Worth Billy and dilly Ham. They were soon' ----.- .-. -. -I bent. [tljel'I' I ,.J f...
was' a transient visitor here last week, interested the machinery, and being iVc The Methodist Episcopal revival
having been here a few hours only soothed into a communicative frame of 1:n.t c..a,t Hold. Jiolrt.r.liir \ \ are alL 9f course highly elated\ .hichhas been In successful progress;: Mrs. Dugas accompanied Mqr, m
able dentist Dr. A. -- ... with the mail for several weeks has been brought to Spencer to Titusv last week, return "
as a patient of our mind by the hum of the press and the lhi e recent change:: in big after brief'isit. .
'|'| 15. L'man.Ielrl. _______ soporific effect of a good cigar, which ( --
he held rather awkwardly after the The guests at the Hotel Indian iiUniid.T' and leaves at 71m,. ItwttirJiilitatc effected on Thanksgiving:; day, and a The protracted meeting at the M. I?.'

Jerome Lyman and Dr. W. T.. manner of a pale face old chief Tiger River, Rocklcdgc \\'lIIlla\'e the picas business and is ro bandy; Methodist church edifice is now talkedof Church under the auspices of Revs.

Hughlett were here this week in the gracefully slid to a recumbent position ore of listening to Italley'n Orchestrathis hfctlH' it would be, if we were all and we will have, it... Bird and Rast, closed last week
of the 1'cnn. Mutual Insurance / oils, instead ol which, only about one --
Interest on the floor between the oil can and season. The lurid of the fires kindledby
Co., of which Mr. J. Hocg!: of this place, the roller box: very observant, with his! --- ii inflf av us is owled._ !t ,:. : the Indian glare hunters to the west of Mrs. Spencer of Titusville, a friendof
is local agent. bright little eyes, of his surroundings. f.akcVorlh hotels are now open ( is the ladies of the Peck House, has
nightly. The result i is
"Florida noted cllrtos-hotb ns, seen a
in being for been spending several 'with them.Mr. '.
and days
We had made vain attempts before are good trim for the accommodation
venison. The
y' clablc, animal and conchologicalws'hnve plentiful supply of law
The Hotel Carleton ha* been leased to engage:; in conversation with our of visitors. Improvements and : : of 'cou.se.'our share: : vide especially) forbids this mode of takinK K. C.Johnion ( lasYVceE" '

to a prominent hotel manager from callers, but they were not to be beguiledby additions have been made, and privateboarding 1d!\ Man Il.,'and the Hermit. One. of deer at any time of the year. Our from a trip to Jacksonville where he
hob expected<< hereIn : wiles of the white face, and we houses are also open
York
New State w any greatest wonder .vegetable life Rifle Club should take this matter went to purchase a handsome stock of
a few days to open up this cozy and felt checkmated, but when old Tiger ;; JPJ be the II. miler consideration. Xmas .
succumbed to the influence of his stir- The New Rockledge Hotel: at Rock"lede i found on CapU (I.W. goods.Mr.
popular hotel. is being re-painted throughout )1 ore's:I place, ou the N. end of Hv- -- ... .
rounding we tried again, with great and promises, under tie management '" (IXO Island, just opposite Lotus! The experiment of raising the pineapple Emery Jones of Jasper Fla.,.

The new Steamer Progress made success. smile of Mr. W. A. Rogers:; to do a flourish t"C1 'c-(ahem). There' has been grow i in the scrub has probably failed who recently visited his brother S. S., .
her first trip to Melbourne last Thursday He gave us a gentle a? we sat lug business. Mr. Rogers is a manager flowering and fruiting, a monster to realize anticipated results as the Jones, of this town has returned home
The craft is a capacious one and down beside him and we opened theconyersat'on. of experience. lien of the Night blooming cereus, experimenters are to be seen now, accompanied quite pleased with the place. '
years' i
From him learned many :
the we by the bush hook and hoc, ,
showed excellent speed by unusual fOUtriaiijfH/jrit, HMiitguc/ Maorei '
)
time of her arrival with mail and a that there are seven bucks with )him on Captain Vnill's floating; hotel at Ju-J .. ten eau. It luiS taken possession ind their gesticulations are suggestive.;: Xinns goods are on hand 1ln profusiojWe
,
heavy freight. .. the west side of the Lake hunting and plttrInitt: ind'ds ',h Jie life'out of; with its And, more there is a large breathing believe the Indian River Drug Cd. I
fishing. They came.from ,-eatltij* h'4 futt tl11II''t+ipi ""I'n I1) ," klr"mastie"tMe,4n; .!\Ajjcv ou the hillside, constantly grow-:; has the finest lot. The "naz tl\r'" at ,
Creek sixteen suns ago, and have \killedf rifg larger! denuded of scrub, but brisling Mrs.'IVadc's "** **" / ,
Mr. IJ. Beach the well-known murmurs of the tide, assisted by the branches o\\b1cli there is A mass cottage displnyssomito'attractive
Indian John River Nurseryman, is home \' deer and "much heap turkeys. perfumed breath of the tropics, w \ill of the plant calculate,] to weigh h, at with pineapples, nud well set iu novelties. ., ,
will be hero 'five suns longer. fruit trees. -the world do
They :; Verily, ---
after visit in Dade make the time pass like a continuous least! one ton: The I mil resembles '
again a protracted When we asked how many Indians move," and we owe miu.li to e
County. lie reports everything down there were in his tribe the only answerwe dream __u ___ skin the ,prickly and the pulp pear,is has uhitu.a rough with black pink J. T. IE. interior of St. Mark's church. Its :+

there in a flourishing condition and received was a short grunt, which F R. Vaill!, the gallant commander seeds and has .a !juh.adl1< strawberry hoped that it will be finished! for.ser-
bi ---- -- u
prospects ightMrs. meant "mind your own business, of Vaill's floating hotel, Jupiter lulct. laVor. When it n in full bloom cared \ '.- vice in another week.. The pews! nre'. .
)lie and .\ :Manului- '. made in Titusv'illc. '
turned being
probably, and nway i went to the metropolis to-da-his with hundreds of us white / IlimnjmItaj. -
S. K. Brush and sons of Chicago crcamv / -- -n ..'
asked .
.
started But again
we
get --
up. first since here in
venture out coming
flowers it is imlefij\ floral
"
rt igoaus
reached Melbourne on Monday and deliberation he said The finest display of Xmas good.4vcr
and after (
mature
View for the September. The genial gentleman pecimen. A cutting! planted on ,the COCOANUT OROVK i L."., Nov 33, 1891. brought to Cocoa be
have rented Cottage may seen
"don't know, which we at once putdown > at
and will
of
king hotel kings not relinquish wi'tier's place flowered seven mouths Last night Eddie Pent and Charles
Brush will build he Indian River Drug Store. 'fiberrc
winter. Mrs. probably ,
as a fib. It is estimated by many I his floating palace, but instead nit is of slow growth. RuticviiN. Thompson brought in a full grown
most appropriate and amid
bluff purchased elegant
lot she
1 the ;
soon on that there are not more than five liun- will have It ready for guests shortly. manatee. :; .
when here last winter. re liberally advertised. .n ( .
; dred Seminole Indians in the Ever. ---
They now have it alive in a hole of
but others who have: considerable Peck & Noon are the new hotel firm
glades PALM BEACH BREEZES. water Mr. rent's house. Since its removal Travis' VtoVc
Mr. P. !!' Waltcn, of Belleview. Fla., near to : :
visitor here last week. Mr. W., acquaintance and intercourse who will run the Tropical at Rockledge --...-- There has been a rush of sight.seers he post-office is: much more convenekntty
I was a be. ibis winter. The is the
is one of the luckiest ofyhogphate; men, with them say there are probably Tropical C07.yliltle The Palm Beach Yacht Club had a I from all tile region round about to located than before being;
and thou. house
having cleared nearly Ji IOD.OOO In the tween fifteen hundred two cighty-five-rooiii recently business meeting at, the club 'house have a look at the strange animal. carer the steamboat landing and

[ lie will probably invest in sand.We purchased by F. F, Taylor of Grand Saturday cvi:! mg. 't I t i I .1'! I. j Viewing the creature from the front m more easily accessible to the busipc'sslien .
,fast year.River laud. gradually approached the great Rapids, who has spent j>6ooo in completely the end of the nose, and the mouth of town.

; pineapple point sought by asking : I refurnishing it. All of this Brelsford Bros are still 'making im.l night easily be mistaken for those of a i

Mr. II. Philips is arranging to "What Indian call Lake Worth1"Hypoluxo money was spent right in Jacksonvillewith rovemenu on their Lake front by o\v.
J. Preparations! are being made for a rs
|build a commodious residence at I astMelbourue. ," came in a whisper, the firms! of Clark & Loftu.s. Clark filling iu behind the sea wall. It have its captors a lively time and t ell dance at Travis' Hall:; Xmas week.
with furtive glance at Wily and Billy & Corbett Kohu. Furcbgott & Co.
The building will have a a some hard work for several hours to
(frontage of forty feet and will be thirty )Ham on the other side of the room." and R. D. Knight & Co.. F. Kinwl has just received the furniture I get it across the bay. 'f i ic usually committee good is time: a good is anticipated.t .tu
with --' -- his new and is
? for residence
"What Indian call Pelican a
with additions for sum- Sometimes it came along as quiet asa
feet wing
deep From the palatial iuns of "ye ancleutcily" ir town promises to be quite gay dnrji
thought of our neighbors, the Pitts', busily eugaged in getting settled.
y after exhausted iliV .
|titer kitchen and dining room. lamb being by : the holidays. ': ';>
down the palm-fringed, wave- J g
:;
and their pretty "Pelican Island"home. ,
Then when
'(Torts
to someI 1
washed of fair Florida the Mr. Sanford Cluett to have escape.
coast to seems as
Capt. D.V.. Jerome and wife of I hat rested it would break away, and 1 Our local journal, The 1 /'ic'JffJri't, ?I Ii
Brantley, and Mus Charlotte Spencer, "Nuc-tsa-choo," came soft but plain. Hay View House commanding good success wingingdjicks\ as c pttirng I their little boat '
> prevent swamping i again before the public to the grate:;
He
sweeping view of the key-bound mu 23-pound pnug
fof Titusvitle were welcome visitors in We pointed to the northeast and an pompanos. hey would have to give it line and let i cation of our public spirited citizens.rs. : .
tropical beauties of Biscayne\ Bay-a; ill eight or ten at a tune.
this. While here said .
week.
Melbourne : it run awhile. hileuVilsuu, the editor, Finn ".

Capt. Jerome, tendered a number ofhis "Loxahatchee t" the coast war line down-the her hotels maguirlcient and boardinghouses east G. H. K. Charters made a sale yesterday The captors intend keeping) her cow- :rested worker, aud we wisli bc;.:suq-
[ friends a pleasant excursion to theocean Tiger frowned and said, "Xo; Lo-tsa- ) while order "/'. .S."
of a valuable tract of !land near ship a hoping! to get an ess. Welcome
in readiness for the ., .
public.
[ beach in his handsome little batc/iff" with a long o, and the last are I) poluxo to Mr. F. Robert. We j-ladly f.iom some one who might wish to exlibit 'tu'
inducements offered
[naphtha yacht Delphine.Real sellable emphasized. Great arc as welcome Mr. Robert as a property the curiosity.-S. R. J J1. The school is progressing iu a most
people are rapidly finding out.The
"What Indian call Indian River? satisfactory manuer under the efficient
Lake \Voith.Dr. _. ..
owner aq :: /
"Co -- -- -
with of that
A cowl and an abrupt grunt nauagemcut popular
very
estate is being bought up rap- Hotel Indian River I is! being '
jdfy in this vicinity. The leading 'way." Hut we didn't We stayed painted, renovated and put in first-class Potter's.ncy &y\ at }\'ett) Paint Fx: -.''"'' ". ('. \V. J..iir+. young lady, Miss'irginia liugg. The
there and asked several times, and Reach is nearing cOlit letlOIl. The scholars are loud in their praises T tut 7
1 agencies of the town, Messrs condition, under the supervision of Mr. --- ... --
finally we got it-the long sought name: carpenters: were obliged to suspend faithful iu their attendance. n. t ,
GOode & Hogg have made quite a A, S. Lee. He i is! alsa having pavilion The former brilliant Fnited States f

[number ol' important transfers recently It 7u-lsada.hakbee.said several times, often, built over the water in front of the work for want lumber, otherwise the I Senator, C.V.. Jones, of Florida is I The anticipated marriage of 'Mr':'TV". f
was over would have been
building already com:
f and they still have !some fine bargain it correctly. AVe hotel, for the u: I in choice and grove lands: so that we might get dock will be built which will be pleted.! ,, !
pineapple had not time to ask the meaning/ but new Mich., and from the Detroit Times of place in Titusville on the ytU lust.
|*'on their little lot." The followiug are we secured the name beyond a doubt. the best on the river Tb r hotel has Mr: and Mrs. Seavey, of St..Aiigus-: the 30 ult., we extract the following, Their many friends congratulate lUeni

[some of their recent Bales; Why it should have been kept secret, been enlarged anti an electric plant tine were pleasantvisitors"'last which will be read with sorrow b>' his with good wishes." Their residence isihe

f To K. C VI yell, 114 acres." we are also past finding out, aud it was put in to light the house! and grounds week for a few days. Mr. Seavey is old constituency:: cottage just north of Senator. liar: C
J. N. V. etelfoit. 14 very evident that Tiger was giving us iu !front which will make it very at- tanageiioC the l''pace de Leon and "r.x-Senator Jones of Florida who I dec's. _'> v ,i j- lut
small tract Mr. Lee has been the busiestman u
A. K. Campbell tractive.
the information under the rose, becausehis ilca ar hotels! at that place. The startled the country five years ago by : .. h.
C S. Bulkeley, 16 acres. desire to be unheard by his Indian in Rockledge the past summer Alcaaar. is open at present, but the alleging,: a conspiracy of prominent men Extensive preparaliouy.areebeing:
.f "
ocean lot. companions made him noticeably cautious looking after the improvements for l'once will not open before Jan. iHu. against him is still the star patient at made for a handsome Christmas Tree
J. T, Hogg S acres Mr. Dwyer, the owner who has arrived he retreat in Dearborn. The ex-Sen at the Methodist Church. It is a neigh- t

(Lookout for their adv't, in next It was a interesting conversation with his family.. A very sad burial took! place Sabbath ator continues to nurse the delusion.On Hjrhood tree-not denomiDalional-

week's/BUN, we had very with Tiger; we wish wg ----- '-' --- iayai the Lakeside cemetery. Arthur ordinary matters! his judgement is and everybody is invited tq come. and
might tell all he said, butspace forbids, C. Stmcock came here about three apparently sound and he discusses enjoy it fully and happily. ICfficient
and our readers must remain satisfied / Dtatli of air Sinuutk. weeks ago in very poof health, iu fact political matters as ably and intelli. committees 1 have been appointed, ami

Our We.al".... with that which gives us most satisfac-,r We regret to hear of the death of he last stages of consumption. He gently as ever His remarks however, not a doubt is entertained of its'success.

--..- tion-the lank desired: mystic and rou/ Arthur CSimcox, a young man from was a frieud of:Mr. Will Comstock's so do not flow as freely as of yore and are
-- steal of loved Indian River : Brooklyn, N. \'., who came to spend went directly to him, where he has: resided liable to be brought to an abrupt Harry F.yer returned to his hou'I'on
: tAn_ aged gentleman was asked yesterday ; l name the winter with his friend Will and until his death which occurred close. Physical!)' he is in much better Merritt Island last week to the pleas.

at one of the city hoteU w by lib "Tse.tsa-ta-hatchee. Bert Comstock, for the benefit of his Friday night Rev. Mr. Mulfonl reada condition than for )'ears. The ex-Seu- ire of his many friends. He Irat

Ecaiue to Florida. lie said, to get away .. .-. ----. health; he died Friday the uthinst, and part of the Episcopal burial serviceat ator is denied to all visitors! even his "done" the .'. ';., pretty thoroughlythisiummer

front snow storms, blizzards and dis- was buried in the new cemetery the grave, at which about thirty per- must intimate friends.: Ou ilcasaut west aunt south but return

eeable weather and to find some INDIAKOL1 ITEM: Sunday.. ouaAcre present Mr. Si (cock was days! he is! allotted to stroll about the with pleasure to the Indian Rivet. ,.

cnt weather. "And I have: found -..- Mr. himcox came here three weeks nineteen years of age. grounds, and never attempts! to get whose attractions be says, outrival
tt'he remarked. Many States have unable to walk alone believe lie has lust none of his old- anything he has seen displayed in hn "
we
,
.
ago ; ; -' -
needed for gardens. .
is much
vantages over Florida, but not in Rain our had he come here six months ago when -s rOCEOSSEE --- time dignity. Hope for hU ultimate tour-and Harry is correct. .
dry here.
ather. In this Florida stands pre. Things are very -
hU! disease (consumption) not so far ITEMS. cure has been abandoned.
nent. No one need fear any eath- -- The friends of Mr!!. Lymau Barnes *
|dike that found in the Northern Most of the groves of this section advanced ors climate would have -...-,. -tee a------* of Appleton Wis., and of her mother. 3

el. We don't have it here, and w'eB't are now being worked preparatory to helped him, Mr. n.,E. IMuukett wasoat the sick Metcalf editor of Tug SUN Mrs. Coukey, sympathize with them iu
G. I. returned -
want it There U no time in this ferillUlug next mouth. -_-_ .-. I Ut part of last wfet bpt, l*, about his Tuesday, from a business trip to the death of their sister and daughter.

ite that business cannot be followed oT cUore again. ,. and visit to various Inv respectively, Mrs. Alexander Reed.
S. J. Field has an elegant patch To i'uutributoife. acksonville a
I This visited! the river a few
and out doors. Just about this time lady years
ear the weather here is most deiful. beaus. lIe picked aud shipped socrates We ask our correspo 4W* south of Mrjp,'$<.rs'wUo,_ "snstaiued a e vere dian River towns. !ago and many who saw her were

g--- and does much to buoy up the last week and will ship jp ne.t.'Ve us to mail their matter so that it will \njnry from a misstep from the laudingirfeww'eek8"amce't / charmed with her sweetness.She .

fi of those suffering with disease understand that Mr. Bergmann reach us not later than We Wes.1ay. Our : m''-< 'BOWabout Walter A. How land arrived on the was wife of the foiled States CAU.

f g -- for snow, it never tails here and intends purchasing Mr. Hatch's branch northern contributors are requested to again.. *ake Tuesday evening. He ha* been sal in Dublin Ireland.
I send theirs so that it will reach u.- by spending the summer in different por- .
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r-- t, very thlu ice forms Decent store here and running it for himself. ,
(Liber can generally be found Tuesday's mail If it reach ns laterit Our people'of< tUe/Occbssee hillli aDd lioUli of the State mostly ou Indian .. ,;

ghout the entire year in tblllISON'jllt Mrs. V. H. Gibbous, of Columbus, will be too late for publication'in the plains are aggressive and progressive/ River but we believe he is settled now Capt. and Mrs. 0. S, Potter have .re* ,\i ,

\ // ,7/( ro4bolj$, Ohio arrived here last week and will current issue to a degree, comparable/ with any otherno for the winter at I'alu Beach turned from a tour through the S.a e, '! Ir i


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nhiV we work in shade and shine! in I PROFESSIONAL CARDS) LEGAL NOTICES.

i 4t Cropital( ulI.1C I night and il.iy, in stimniT and winter -.- .-- -- ---- -. ,_. ----- I RIVER I STATE BANK
; there Are no shifting' changing! kaleidoscopic ,
HKintiiK M. RII IIIf.: W AI.Tr.1I 8. OUAHAM.
conditions. The good here .
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-= & nUAIIAII.ATTORNEYS. N ((1n.-.. I"'rnlo.,1 under llii laws nl rinrliln.lltlinrl .)
i i is the same yesterday, today, nil the pnnniNs 'srr'Patch
GU] I.MKTC11LF; JStlllor. \ >nl I'ltpltlkl, II1OOOO.
lime, with no vailaMcncs nor shadow AT LAW, rTATa or .'I.nRln"1, I np ai.llnl m..>.(MH>. J
climate ('01'NTT OK f ,\\\'aK..I".I.. .100,......, \c
fertile soil ,
of
perlect
turning
P. u. Ilnx IWi: Titin-rlllc, nrvvur.l ('0., Kin. Take nnllep thnl alt month nfler Ihn ilntn n

f MEMBER of" I! developing !sunshine and health protecting Will |lunches In all the L'uiidMM ol the tts tvnth h",1 I "I.I preiwnt In the rnnntjr; Jinlgu fit I'KAXSACTS\ AflEXERAL; BAXKL0 \ -

Florida Press Association. '' breezes with the glories of a Circuit: andn the eniproine Court Dude enmity)' nnni Accounts and lonelier* ini J BUSIXESS.Lrtrgcfit

1 tropic coloring Wended by the barmoniHng "l 1..IIII''IIII."r' E t'rrlpriliiR j jI.nuil i ndminlxlriitor of llolx-rt Wnlknr. di-eeawd. Into .

L AFFILIATED WITH touch of the brush held by Tillf CurmiNHiilriirc ..,h,'11c4 I from '1' of Os,roiinty, end aidi for mjr llnnl dlwhnrjton dud OMc-\t Hank j

i National Editorial Association. Clnlmeuteand llvln t.. Spnninh. iirniim.MiMwy mirh mlmfnlKlrntor.' Imtpil thlJnly. I I, lath" :

the Master< Hand. to (. 'nll. 5-1. tll- m K.: IIAI.K.Admlnlfttrntoror on the fiver.. t

..... ..: Look abroad over the land and sea I II _h.. > ItolM-rt Wnlker. deieiiMd.KTATKOP I l
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I Sec the teeming earth the rich harvests --- - --- -.- .
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Dade ami Hie .fUll'r I'niTriunii, W. II. IlAHNKTT: ,1'....-
Ojii.fat Paper of County, 8. C. TrmFR. I J. A. AMMOIH.Fnrmprlr : .
I and note the lusciousness and < Suet < IrrkI Brut ol Hit ;'Iintl."nlll"k.., .ItirkHonvlllt'' ),
Only I'IIMir.0" the Kast Coast N. :lend Wr..rl.; : U.:M. lend llrtlpp.llalnmtlilp I .:. .I I. II. III HKKf.; (1/he-I'nsidd'ntof. :.NntlonA'
it. $ Of Florida between" Tiliisvillc I. holesonieiiess of our products as wellas .'I..r" } nj the marine treasures at our balldl.i 31. ItiuiwN.COItUKSPOXDKXTS.
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And Key l lies/! i : & AMMONS, r'l.ORIIH, ICUI'.ITT : : : ;
i Look upward, into the far reaching l'UClUU : Of I>AHK *
Hpnlmnnl Nnllonnl Itnnk of x'ork
t' '' :.... Take notice Hint, lit Mnnthnnflenlnlc' hereof .
and .
I blueness, with here there floating MINING And' \ntlonnl linnk nl JiU'kHoiivliii iiTitiisville s
a LAND AVD ATTORNEYS | I will preHenl to Ilia C'onnlr" Jndire, of .....IeCCllln"
NEUSP.9PER'.AII'a. f/.CI.WO\ clo"lstbat mean 1.by and by a gracious (1AINI--SVU.LE, Fl A. my llnal aeiHinnH, and vnll"h,1., / -' Florida.MERCHANTS' a ..+

01- THE V. .... COURTS shower; and the matchless Any himlnem lirfnra the lend Omen at I,;i! nilnlftrntoi of Willlnin II. llenent decjiiM'd, ,

moonlight, like silver dust sifted down Oalneotllle; tor Waihlnnton carefully attpmled !: Inti-of Uncle County nn' I ask form.vflii.il <1I*. ---

r r \.-AIIT. r, ",on who tek.w n pnlwrri' ':nlnrly i from the skies to. Content rnmlnrted; entrle made; I I jchnrite ax .", 'h Adml li'.lrnlor, Hated thin
from the pi..t-nmtr. a h1't her dln-rliil in nl(. patents.eeuredonu.wndedentries.. Status I j jnf i Nor ISIS, IHHl. A, F riMlir, '
another, nr nhptMcr he bnx anhcrllird I .....Ih. rti'tnil, 1.lnlflhro' BANK
name or 1\10'.111 nlKlit nee f. R. land* frlren free 1-20 I' Adnilnlitrnlorof time Kulntn of Willi"I NATIONAL
not, IK for the
or rwpoimllilp pny. I I n mellow Hhnilp.Illlltirllipn 1I"II..t.. derenneil ini-ilmoii., ,

x It.-II a pprnon order hU pnMr| illwontlntiiMlbe mvarm, of flrpfllpn tnnxM In n I

be mniit pay nil,nrrenrnirn": '". or until the pnhllHhpra i I Hllvpr lirnlil; I I:. IIKYSKIC. I OF JACKSONVILLE.
mar contmnu.tnwnllt pnvmi'lil I I .
h"rlllllll.lm'lIu\\" :
l.nrtiTriHKti'llntlnn
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mad, and ....I1..t thi- whole ninount.whrthrr .
A NOTTCE.t'NDRIt I Korniprlv" A l Mnrrln A SliK>kl ." It taken from the oilier or tint. 'I nml happy xkliii, ATTORNEY AT LAW -
'I I Itn'iitlm trnplr shade, and pnlnix In rlnntpr l cinch lir ,lrhe..1 tin onlrr inmlo liyllniiortilile --

h-ThpCnurt.sIIAVCdwld0lthatndnNluR" kniitH ..I'tirntlMp..: AND NOTARY PUBLIC FOR THE STATE OF. Alien f. UC.MXT, (CIMIIIIT .linluc nlDniliC.innty '

potft-olflrp take npwnpnHni, or|rpniovliin or IwrlodteHIN and It'ntlnir from' thorn the I II'ruul.lhp I henry., liloiwoiii'il bower hang" FLORIDA A T LARGE. FlnH'h.iiiHl (Into.ltlietlli day oflicnnjlMr Capital, $100,000

uncalled.. nnt II Nil nrrenrnirr are patch h" h' n,'y frultpilnf- ftpeelal attention given to Conveyanelng. : A H.1K'I. 1 Kill null nn the till

t up. In prlmn fnrln eridi-nrr of ixTriTiiiiAi.SUBSCRIPTOS': : I !Sum ni'r l 1.10. of Eden: l.rlnn In ilnrk pnrplpHphcn O.k lawn,, llade Connly, 1-4 Florida.H. day of January nest In-fore the I'oiirt Horn r-
rN.uu. JNO. L. MARVIN President. JAS. P. TALIAFERRO. PIo-Presldent.
..i nl ." 11. *" ilmir,, In Jnno, Klorliln. to tho lilnlii'. liiiMrr for
-.----. -.- .. -- -- H. T. BATA, Cashier. TB03. W. CONRAD, Assisnt Cashier.
-- the following Itimli, 10. II: An iimll-
Opcn wide your ears and listen to .I.'hrLPIf: J.T. tussnaas. i!'I..a'h. twii-lhinl Intprpot In lot !4 end In mite TIIISHtNI/NdlrllAtheArrnnnlAnfItn11bllnn5rr' ... ('n'I.' nllm., Mnnnla'tim'rii, Flrnimi d
: the sweet thanksgiving hymn of Nature ""11.1.1",1"1,1..11111111, | ) cnrt'fiilnitentlun. 1 mull liiiHinriMi I1II'II.lp.I.lt.
On. Year. In ndvnnreSli ........................14dn: Notary Attorney fur & nnl County: !,i1rut'Infthp14.r' : ;ySectlinaTi.85" N. It. TIIRIuh're.tsofItsrn'IOnu'rsnIllhoa.rupulnsmygn'nlnf, whilo every firtlhyiumshslenmull
ever ascending, and let your own song llllllllll.\jIller. I In .;..1. The iMine In-InK (Thu ""IH.rt| )' itt Texas .nfe him kin( ir will IK' exnuulehILRMITt'AlEnaillherred'tnlt'.
Monlhist u In ndrnnre, ...................... I.IMI & SAMiiCS: : : ) .. .. 'l5rofrrcelnl. Stnten'rntuutnrrnmdSsill' \ Ito rt'iidvirilmonthly .
ThrreMumh-.luadvnun' .................. M1orfni'A'TLYXC join with the tunes around 'ou-tbe GAUI.DKN NheelvldamlumandIn1wedd for her lute ororienurlf du.lrud.IHtAKTSlMiiivhlnnd .

... (Horia-never ending ever rising. *red\ Iwnc'HtThi wild rill,. or Ihu ITnited I lnto and Kuroin.: | ,
--.--- .---.. ATTORNEY8 AT. LA W. l>vr. 4th, iHllt. F. W. Cllflll'If.4ilU WIIIIIIII"e.| note. nn-l 'Irerrs'iisuu'trd/. nt (""v..I".r ,'1 rnteH
r.iiiimlmlonvr.KOIl lltn'-DK-TOWN () |IIKMi.4iiroi'onliallyi"'iiu>..'>d to ink till. linnk Ihelr hondqnnrterinhenln
i : NA'//.y.1 - Will practir. In all tin,* Court or the Mate : thcritv. wlipr* thovlonn tr0nOagtlh'lroIiIi1'" iTI I .in'I.tnl'....T.MIXI.I) LMM.

i -rlpn.-e. | l VlrT;;:In' M7mjniriMl; :{ | M.i.l I I..n.:. Tin-: I'ACP.ofa good! old familar friend uf rhirlda, .",1110" 1'iiltud States Courts: ---- -.----- -- IUIththsl'ONISENLEislnvtudml'Iunrputrunnuu.nllcitud.. ;; | C-4H

i rf'i.N-i iu.i"*'-n. i Is 4. i is ::. i I- i. I' lUn.Jli., t.. Tllimville, Fla. FITIILICATIO _
't Y-irini'I: '-U ;.T'lr; t6 I" n. I ;""' peered at ns from a pile of exchanges Momy lolA..n. 4-W NOTICE --- ----

alM-Hm.;-I-I :so.l'la.: I N.I I 4.1 I :Ia.. i last Saturday. \Ve thought we recog- 1% S. I.AMIIII"ICK.! '

4 Wilt7; "'. 1- :)/\.1| 1.1.1 I I". I n.; I -'.;,11ifi. j nfecd it at first glimpse, and upon I.- I iAixruvn.i.ic, .'1.,., Nov 21'. mil' f BRADLEY'S STANDARD FERTILIZERS.
Notipa. that the fnllou '
GAULUINl1a livruliy uiven' hiirnnmiHl -
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'''';.1 1111.1'| 114.1| 1:1.\: | 11.\| It.t.i further investigation it proved to be settler linn IIIM| | mitip"of hln. liiU'iillon tiniiike

,. 'nlnwr,1: f 1\\.1| M.1. I :30. I l III.< I .". Hnnl' port of ht4 clnl'ii, and' ,
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for esteemed .:.
what looking -our < :
we were i''I"ls ; -
1 CoLrwv:T 1'n'i.l t1). |I-I\\: I ii',. I t). ATTOR\CY AT LAW tlnt.nld 'pn.f unde iH'fore A. Ki rDradley's
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contemporary The Public Spirit of iilnihv, ( tech dnf'in'nt'uurt,51' .liino, Flit,
i Nofli-e; lOtlMit. line lornertlon. Hntlleadlnit '
per Frb.41h,151)2, via l ;
TitntTllle, Fl Will ,praolire the I'. S. in| Pineapple Fertilizer
anil t nt |MT line fur Hitlimiiiie" Cocoa Indian River with the name of
.;' Inner"Ion*. Land Dltlcp, and I all th. C'nurtMlnte: and 77/0.9. MAXff StfC'aIfJ'vr'"I, Fla.
No deviation from above rnle under, nnytlrenniwlannii. | Mrs. Ellen J. K. R. Wilson upon it Federal. MA 1 II. .IMI. for the x. W. lit of :4. K: V, SIT. Wl\ SPECIALLY I'KEPAUEI FOU 1'1 mAPl'Ll SBradley's
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|: as editor its first editor Bro. R. N. Tp. iU, ". It.4i K.Jle .
"n..lv"rtl..nl.l.. run for three. tnotitliM mime the folloHlnn wllnprHpii to l'rove'bl. .....
or |Ipso must lie pnltl for upon receipt .., fin*! :i Andrews, retiring The sheet is newsy, continuous' n*liltiu''. npon, and rnttintitn
p, of |inM>r with niUertlMenienl h,.' ricd.: I:. LYMAX, ..,.....hllll."I.Ia:
All a :Ivertlaemenl fo rim lonirer: than" thrpp: brignt and crisp; more than that: in no t1r JoM.ph Itnlliiril. of ininpii.; Fin* Nursery Stock Fertilizer
month .t Iw! pnlil..' iiinrlerl.r. I' : : : ; ::
mn | unmistakable terms it announces the DENTAL SURGEON (VlllIimH.alkirnfKv nir> IN Ink, Vlit..Inhii .

.. Tnvlur, "" -FOR YOUNG NUUSKUY: STOCIBradley's \:
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-.- .------ -. -- intention of keeping up the battle for -
Operator, In departiiienti, of moilrru and John' Muli'r,

Entered at the rosl-office al Juno, Fl.,., 1: decency dignity, law and order begun wlenlinc, Dnitlnlry. Hatlxfni'llon narnnu-eil i 4u AI.K.X. 1.\ SC'U. lloxMrr.

five by its founder. Success by M fun of inmnwrnl prnrltre. Oahu otrtrt'leni'e 1------ .. ._
at seconit-ffass mail natter.k years ago 1i -- "' Fla. FertilizerFOU
I Vegetable
and long life to it. Melbourne. Ha. 3.11
-- --- --- -- i : Still Ft IILlrATI)s.
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I ALL KINDS OF VEGI'TAIH.tSBradley's : :
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t Best Advertising A fed in,n on lie east U. U. I.VII.I...., '.AlP orrici AT HAI. un.I.K. .'L'.. i
'" Coast of Florida. o Div iih I in.ii. I

; I Tint DiicKMiiKR: number of The Old PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I Notice whirr U h".ln"1' .nolifti. that.'tow hu a.Ilowhgnnnel intiti'tmI "- Bone And Potash

-- -- I lamest fad, is on our table. This i iI 'I to make' llnnl' proof I In mipiiort nf his! riauu: am!
A the of
graduate I'nlverity IVnnnjlvanla i : \ 'I
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I'S. journal until recently published in I tlmt unid pronf H III ,lwintl.lwhln' 11 li>rk ir'pint
:'1 LOOKril and an r\n-r4eni| of twenty year. In '' Court, at .In II'" Kin.,on Feb Dih.lKliJ. -FOU FUUIT TIBEFSBradley's : : -

,;' -- ... -- Savannah Ga., by the PavU nro ., has prai-tire. Olllre: ini-r J. W. lti>*rn A Co., Vial

AS THE YEAR draws to its close we I been purchased by Mrs. Mary 1C. TITItaVILLE:., G.. HJIIIHA.! I I JOHN HETHERINOTOH, HODE SOUND FLA.
DN,4ualfurlheVi'.1yufS.I! :. %. and E''ii
Fruit and Vine Fertilizer
naturally cast a backward glance over Bryan the Southern authoress and ol H W.I I4. II...!. b.. '1'1.1111. H. U. 4t\ K.:
editor, and this latest number is lie name* th,, MIouliiK wlln....... to ,pror
the field to mark the progress made I T. 1 11J IANllil.
his andlnu5n.rusldeureul5'unud' vultituiluiuf. '
I -FOU ALL KINDS OF ItEAKING: FRUIT TREES:
by our county. Dade county tno,t cert issued from the new office in Atlantato I ..id[ Inn.I. vli: :
Ilegmnld: I:. S.rxpnntimnof llolie' Hound Fin.
: duly cannot be justly relegated tlic theme the periodical wan moved. DENTIST, llviiry Marhattie, "

f in the march of for she I The improvement in every respect is C,.' ., Kin. Hem WllllniilH. 'h,..-..., "
rear progress, / invthoil, luleit Impmve.lufiita ,tixiintiin. .'. AIIII..,. o( Jii'iltpr. Fin.4U Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer
r ht kept right along with her si-.lcrs. | noticeable. The reading matter is of MillKfartlon xiiaranteed., I'atientii vl.. .ALES: 1.\' SC II, lli'Eixtcr.

i 'higher standard the typographical 'llwl at theIr 111....... de.ired. t.{;.... .
There is not an institution nor nn enterprise -FOU YOUNG AND OLD OUAt'Gl'I'REI'SAny : : -
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I above cri Ism and the illustrations - --- -- --
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; within her border) which has appearance
suit Pl'HLICATIOV.
'' .. not prospered. excellent. Long may it live G KO. W. I'OTTKIt, NOTIC'E and All Agricultural Chemicals.

F The approximate number of her newsettlers to be a sont cc of profit and pleasure I
f.H. I.AMllllrPlCK'1 .........
U two hundred. At least three. to proprietors and patrons COUNTY SURYEYOR, 11-4 'HI V-'ILI.K. .. ore
MlTILK 1 I. hcivliy green' thai Ihu .lulloulnnamed ( Call
r fourtbs of these ore homesteaders I per I'AI.M HK.VCII. 11.\lIF. CO., FLORIDA ,,'nl. hurt. ifled notice of /liln Intuniioito ,

who are opening up for cultivation -- -- that makehuprr.1fIn.upl.1rtoflulu Mind)itnMif{ H ill IN midu licforr' rnbn Albert, and h. CAPT. H, D, PIERCE, Agt a=*-OR<::::: BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO.

some of the most valuable lands i in the I AN fSKiNii FATE I is no respecter of Qniu'byllcut I Ct. I l.at Juno, rln.i on Jan: ,
I IIOAULAM, it h. 1112': n>: '
5-30(
'ole which be l-'iclJ in his old Is Hyiioluxo, ) 111. Augusta G'a.procureila
w State upon may sue4kisfully persons. Cyrus age: f HENRY J. BUHXHA13T, HYPOLUX3, FLA., .
it has been demou- made suffer shame and loss. Ruse NOTARY PUBLIC
to
t cultivated II. !4. 24)13 i. (..rlhul ..* 1I1I,1t I (orK. '. .., x. .
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f rated. some of the best paying crops i sell Sage narrowly escapes death from for the State of Florida al Large 1"c... Sol. Tp. 4''.. M. IL.41 K.lln :. ---- ---
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I the lolloMiiiK wdtuss.e. t. pnivehU
i' citrus fruits, pineapples sugar cane I a dynamite explosion. The good old "u'IIo'.ollh" I'vaee for the 2nd, JuxtjrallUlrlit roiiiinmiu re.ldenr" IIHIII ami ruliuntioiof l

and rice. This new section is growing ''ex-Kmptror; of Brazil I. Dom Pedro, of l>ad... foiinly. clnrvm'H..1011.11,1.! <*.%l'liilliM,u: | and VTnt.C. Valpniiiipnl -Machinist RBpair Shop: .

rapidly, and promises at no distant I j passes away to the silent land without 1'AI.M IIEACII. I.. K.OUIIIA /ion t I".. ami IVter MiTrllt nml Ilgl'nl2tpanl'1,111 !Y
AI..I", Flu
day to become far the wealthicctand deserved honor. The bells of time -
. by i yj AI.KX. I.VSCII, n.i; ,"',.

', If.; most productive portion of the ring changes rapidly and the good J.MILLKU, Hu'llIg nrst-class Engine Lathe and other Iron antI woodworking

i State. and great with the high and low fall

t I' .\'OTARJ'rUCUC : FOR Pl'KI.ICATIOX. mncltinc, \\'e'illh to call the attention of the
Good few roads are being opened, before the scythe. Sir transit. NOTIt't jitililic to the
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':i ir and the old ones put in good condition err For the Stale of Florida at Large.Iand I*. 8 '.UD 0.".... fact that they can get work done in either wood or irjn without sending

i by clearing and bridging them a public (hl\ln"'LI.r.. rt.An Nov. i'h. 1 IMII.(I IXlirit
j." Conveyancing and Cnlli'clloni:' a K !I. ........Iov II""pen that lh.. follouiiiKampil abroad, l hj' applying
ii: i road running almost the entire CoStal!>!!:! assembled on the ist inst. BI's/ laity. etlliT loll. liled, niitii-oof his .IIIIBIIIIOIto toSPENCER

("' length of the county, nearly one hun Cha-i. !'. Criso of Georgia was elected JUPITER!: ..IN n.OltlUA. mute llnnl pr'Mil in nn" 'iiort of 1.1. ,rUim and & SON
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hint "I prtMif II' lie wade before A. K.gulmlit. ,
t" dred and fifty miles. In addition to I'I'r speaker; and the matter of most interest .. ---- '. C,l.-rk of l I I. Cl. at Juno, tin., 01J ...'
.11. iIa., I IDtlt, vu: Lake Worth, Florida.
these' wep-kept public highways, there and importance to Floridians was
r I 1'. UIiN N E'lT. CHARLES W. LOWE OF MOTTO FLA.
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I JOHN
t l" is scarcely a well-settled propert the seating of Wilkinson Call as l'. S. C
D. *. JKU, for the 5. K.: yt b'c.:3, Ip t.1" 8.
{ ; holder who has not opened and orna.I' Senator till 1897.Besides NOTARY !(. 41 E.II .
PUBLIC.
11fuea Ilin folliiuing. Hliueiw lit .
minted a handsome: avenue and various roiiiiumiii rmldi'iicu provehi
um..ln NEWS BLOCK, Monday'[ Wpdne, IIIHMI, and cultitutlmiof.
.aid Innd, via
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beautiful walks his
tile of
own .culture
upon pineapples, ...,'* and Friday'. ... t1'. Merrill.' I.. A.O.temi, W.... T. (Meimnd .
olace. the setters on the St. Lucie River are t'tin.. rscbuiiilt nil nf I l.eiiioit city, rl.i.W .
:l.Hni'RMK3S1- Fl.'ikiUA. .\Lai. 1.\ NCII, ICl'xUlvr.N e7
Farms and
gardens are thrifty and beginning to pay some attention to

are being: constantly enlarged. while grape groillg.hlch was introducedby -- --- --- -- .-- V o) ;. =: ::

residences outhouses, wharfs and the late William Smith.l On this i. MZ'I': (-ALI' OIM'K Foil ri'llLU'ATIOX.: Z ;j 'S 5 ; eJ. 3:
GUY :, d\ ;' = .. .
boats in rapid construction mark the estate may be seen as fine grapes as -* <- ,. ''' =' = == ", .:.
I K. '.'xn ; -::; e.m.0 m n
- ; thrift and its essential consequence eve hung on any '!'rellis. This leads! pea NOTARY PUBLICFOR 1; IAesi'ILLI t'L4., X..v.Ia.I|: IMln.t( r:1:: ;O .. e. a I I' C

;- prosperity our county. Fine crops ple to believe that grape gro"ing11\ Nolli-B I. .lu ruby Kit i ii Hint the follouiiiiiiirl *- n ": Io eT a w m ;0;
THE 8T TE OF IllllD 1 AT URGE e :I! .
+ctil.-rlm" llle.lm5o-. .f his iuu ;:: s S: :: N
,. are repaying the toil necessary for pro'-e a succc-s in the future and may iu.ki'll.iil proo' .III nuplHirl, ..( 1,1s rlnnu.nid y ..
.I I'XU. BADE = -
COI'NTV.4 :
: FI.OfllD.l. that .... .r Hill IM :: : :
their harvest and market made' IndorMllil
prices arc rival the same in the .1\'lerk\ I,7 Z
yet industry '. ... :; ;
f' .y.iniili. Cl. it.nl Ju. rln. 1,11Jas. ;;: :: ; <
generally satisfactory. Northern part of this State fur we will --- H. ,....J. aa 'f- :; E w w;c 3: _

There are good schools in progress he able to J grow varieties where further WILLfUl 'CIA'FT, LAKE WORTH, FLA., g ,. -1_ guy I 'fl :

well attended and skillfully managed. North the seasons \\ \IIprotoo short. roll PctmUC.ITION.r.Lvp .lid.. *.....) for II'C, J ...-t'. .Tlui-.l: "', W t II :, n rt1
XJOTICE .t:' Hee .. : O
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j School houses, churches and several Jacksonville ManJarJ. I ltd nn.- thslupnwhgsitne.su* In pmrriiUroiiiliiinuu 5 i !.fPn! a aC <
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irtikixinviLLK, ,.. il re.idiuii-v, uIHIII, and 1 ruiu| jlic.u :
public organizations are in a gratifying I ..
I u >' d. ". IMIII.INolle <>r. Pahl l l.ind.. liar -- -- -
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working order and successful operation. r i I. hereby elves that' lUj. foljovluV.I ii'> s. 11..1.| .), ,,f l.ult\ U'orth r'la -- .. -- ----
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name.lsrttkrhaselwluutt'wof has liitnuilou 10.... .. a .
l And we must say that the mass of There is uo end to the growth of tu make d..II.'I| i. .uuiiurl ul h,. id.ll.... ....1 ii.-... u. r.d'v: 'ii-k.\ u i.b. IT WILL
Hint .nid. pout will !M> ,"..li> l-f .r. i |..rk of ll.)..T, ..( Olli I..a ... FillOK J PAy
citizens is creditable. An energetic, culture i in Florida and I ltrui Court, J. ., .
grape amoug at 1)u t'I.! uii Ftfbru y ISIS 3 :25 ,H.". LYAemi. 1I"1I.II'r.N .
intelligent population characterizes the the latest developments in this direct m4'4. "a: Those ORANGE VEGETABLE
CDWAR3 L. WilTE of M'JrrO. FIA. & PINi3 PA
0 I country, and the county officers hate ion is the establishment in Lake county PIE Orowerg
11.1 S. 17i'td ew ', uTlt INCOItl'DHTIOX. -
the K
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filled and are filling their positions: of a 250 acre vineyard near Grand Island N E1.wINEqulriE4iJalt1', : .t,5NU t. Who wish i li toolitaln the
H ... ... .. ... Highest Market
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"' lb IWMtuj[ urnudwi tu Prices
nn their
worthily.The bv Mr. mile; Dubois of the famous pnlvs XIITIPK Fruits
hauler that iliu
hi.eunuUuuu.rwLleuueupo ami eullivatiuuuf yitru i mmuirnigae'La ; and Vegetables, to ,uo Fertilizers..
great industry, the one of richest San I.uis and Andalusia vineyards, url Ixml, rl<: lib oth-r', hays lm-orioral| | lbuiiiM.ltiuu- IUlQuracture.1: hy the Old Established -
K. c. Pout, Jubu .... l and Reliable Firm .
Kauadvr .
W.T. I. '. 1k' 'h'rthearI.Wlhe I. ik.i ,
U'orih Ki.1 (1
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7 i promise: is pineapple culture. Uun- hick have been the
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w long among sights J.muul'urry W.J.i Hb, W. Wanner, ol
ilti.ri.u'l' ... .
Mwtu Flu a | |>ul play| hu iiifwuii IjiLe. Worth.
'. tire Is of acres have been put into cuttiv.ition Tallahassee As the ripe experienceof .
U Al.tX. I.VXCII. Nrlistrt.Usa. i Florida.TbOai'ueral. THE L B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO.
and millions: of plants have Mr. Dubois will in his new venturebe nature of the buniioi uf raid OF PAWTUCKET R, I I.

been set. The poor man raises them sustained by a capital of f 100,000 corporation. .Ulurultivatti kill in ride, gust ,

'or the rich for his and |iUt' a living man own the result is: pot difficult to 'foresee..SlanJitrd. glove 1 ''llers- These
/ .. tu Real. In.... Fertilizers tire .o made: that
de ectation. But market they ,
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gardening J.J IsulIl'illt .
Oa the West S ide of Lake Worth Th" amount of capital stork. aulborUa I I. Healthy Growth un.ll'I'lIIailil, hL 1111 U Vigorous'
iff truck farming and strawberry culture Fifty Dollars, all iiaidiu.44ii 11/)11 UIILII
near Oak ), awn post oftice, lake front, the Tree Plant
or
all receive assiduous CUll take
t attention to the a three room |norp ir itiou roiumoaihu Noveuilu'r Slnt, it up

;J liberal reward of those engaged therein. In the last few days: of November no set of furniture cotUM and a, containing cooking one IMII. and .U tu IxriuluaU are ).*... ilivraafur.

I. -' .' And the fibre industry U another less than ten large seagoing vesscU I A well of good water iq the yard nave-M, The uUloKn of ...'.1 corporal' ion arc 1'.1."..I. Southern Office and Warahollu at J k 1119

s' 'I' dress Win.lAu \l..I.' '''''iau.Sucniur| : ) ...b., ''Mlara. --- -- --- Florida.:
foil of promise with fulfillment already were loaded with the highly prucd MKI.TOJJ.FOU -- -
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1..111'1111111111'.1"/1', fluhe:
I / w llq!! 0. WEEKS
J( in sight. We are a workiug people. I'eacekiverphosphate.: : What proportion .. aliall.II..nolil"w... ..?.-',?.,,,. .+111I1111III.. STAtE AGENT. Na.Dawril 8. Bostwick Block

Nm u man, woman or child among us of these vessels were supplied with I audaro lubttrluKtwIttii. l |b. lout kniurday "I ------ -

l>..r.iiiurr lu *a ib I ur. Catalogues: >[iiii; our pertilUem '
; owning land who doesu't do somethingfor steaui power and what relied upon SALt -h; :j Rricea. nni' '
Toe hifuiut muouulof indulk4w..s 't'estlulgn1414
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tu whuhlb Free [ ,
the advance of the section. Tillers such wind their I Iii ... sent upon Appllcallou.; Our Fertilizers
f" a caui' way not (. |.>rnliuu rams at any liiuu .uhJ... itself Vest K..ult. hate Ih'u IU

of the soil, reapers of the harvest, en- I:( known; but it U sate. to say that |b. The rut sailing. iuUl bolloiucd illuu.iw. Very wllere\'er they line been used

j tying the profit t therefrom we realize ouly "wind" likely to be found 1 jn thjiI ..I I* year 1111'l l ,JO-lwil ,ihoouer, "C. A. W. II. .fAUKIM IVoidenl ----
J. M.
I' .lulU! I' : MINOR
that this u indeed a great and fclorioui I I I favored portion of the phosphate bell:) Pierce." la Or., "IJIII orJr, Ju JoIcKtlJi..iett. I'nwldeul; TiUman Florida, Agent For
ugo. \1' rU1TIoK.: .... ...11',....
; L. II.3Q Di
section with richer probabilities aud is of that innocuous description alredr'mCQ quire ur.I.W, Vlun, 'ottQ' !lUll" KJ Iliiowv) ( M.mWr. uf KIMU- UUflJ'EiHlLZElCi( for lanu Rim &, Lah WorU
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Artesian 'Well! Pipe a Specialty. Catalogued, Sample Cards, and Size Lists sent free? on application. Correspondence Solicited and ? .

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Our Climate. mon impression that they derive I is --HUY YOUR=- -, ---. --,TSSJacksonville ; .,

-a--- .S---... that orange 'growl 1g and tourist ,business ESTABLISHED 1875. I'r;; "'

Why we are "cooler" in Florida wilt And the are popular the state's style'only of'advertising resources Wagons, Buggies, Carts and: Drays ...,;:I \.; ,ii :.i.iW
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the tnt cury at 90 degrees than are the the State tends to strenghten this im -A"T'B"O'URS : < 4oi
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people in the North when it is 85 ..de pression. 0 -OF- e: V '
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grees is a subject of constant comment,' The peninsula portion of Florida ,J \t! ,
and many there are who have not heretofore has been in formative McMURRAY Florida "fw !IIr "i' \
a summer in Florida 'who deny a JOaN: : : : Y ; ,'-1i.\tr'\ : y
snent the of its
statement flatly stage as regards development -WHOLES A L 'f"\'j> .. jl\'M"'; ";.
the Even the
industrial
Mr. A.communication W. Barber, of Orlando to the ,Times in a industry until resources.very lately has been orange re. First-class:Workand_ Lowest 'market prices guaranteed 4 3G $a y. Grain, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers...; : $ -,.....- ..'

recent garded as of doubtful value. The I handle ., ..,'
the bee and reliable
only most need '
Union, explains the philosophy of this belt about half the r )<1'
cotton embracing
in A manner. Factory at 123 West Forsyth Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Catalogue. free on A full .
phenomena satisfactory state has been a terra incognita to the .' application. tock of ; ) : J ..

lIe says that all substances or less: solid and for average tourist, who scarcely know Hav Corn, Oats, Bran Feed Wheat Dar..! P'k.ra ;
fluid have greater capacity that Cotton corn, oats tocacco, rice -' ,+ ;; 1:
taking heat storing it up and takingit and !sugar can be grown on "Florida 'NOONEY and Light Cotton Seed Meal. : '. : \);\t ,.
when the are
out again surroundings sand." THOMAg & SONS
cooler. but of all substances in the To correct snch .impressions glorious -STATE AGENT FOB TUB:- < 'it.
world none possess this power to so opportunity will be offered at the Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. TYGE1tT-1 LLEN FERTILIZER ('0'S STAR BRAND 1"ER'l'I1J" Ji.: 1.

great an extent as water. Florida is World's fair. Select specimens in An.lylftliiarantflcil. Campw.InrOrangel'rep.1'rgetnbincndonttonVertlusr'r.n| Mnniitn- ", ,!Gl-
essentially a dump climate. It must liberal quantity of the crops mentioned Consignments of Fruit and Produce oliciteo.J anlll'lIl..1nI81'nllloll. 1'iire Omtiml lloiic, Jnn.II'II1..r. Knhilt "W. These rurRhxePo. ii .-- ,i' ',;:" I
no Superior alll. trial will convlnro Write ,
necessarily be so, surrounded as we above and of many others should beplace you. fur I'rhe. '!' ;. ,'J\/ 'e.
:are on three sides by ocean and gulf, on exhibition, together with JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 4-47 1 ..-L'-... I
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and with an immense interior water ,
fruits obtained wwww. -
be .
such as can during J_ ---- --- t---- --- -- !
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The laws of co.r Aeration,
surface. -
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the continuance of the fair. As regards ---
says Mr. Barber conspire to nelo produce Florida's fruit products little '/ rmroimmfi

our wonderful climate. Constant needs to be done in the way of .advertising FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER I IERIIILL--STEVENS ; CoTJ. : i
escapes of vapor from the damp soil ,
and the surface of the lakes carries ,
A correspandent of the Fruit World I .
M MWWMM BH MHMMMHI M H H
away heat and cools the surfaces. An says truly: "Florida is getting :I'vr71
very
illustration of this .law as'aeen in the oast the dead point of her struggle-the : The Foremost Horticultural,* Pnper of the South. Mechanical l and Electrical Engineers,
porous water ,jug, through which,water anknown wilderness has been explored "h,
enough oozes to keep up evaporationand the danger points and pitfalls tundand TI10 ,, ", .
tolh.lng.peolnll.I' \\ rIle exelnaivelyforthlepsper: l'lnuul'Plo 1'\108\ E.: 1IiehllrI.
carry off heat into the air, thus marked. Our maturing orange* John U. lIen.h: IOJRI't'o.lI.nrf J. Fentnn, tolmrro ngeut F. C. A t', RitllivayV'iVb\ J', Slowly; ; Boiler-Making and Blacksmitlinjj'lr1Of I', ,;j..? : ,
the water inside. But the heat n".
cooling i !groves our developing, sugar pineapple gjfllie\ rrofcm-or E. DIIbolus; slrnwlwrrlna, it. I'owere.VUrange: ( '.Iemon.y trnllnal Jrnit, vegafahlei 'f'/'I.: / I .
thus abstracted does not perish. The I and rice industries, our market
aerial holds it in the air as latent heat arecoreredbyhilly .mehnndred rorrwpomluhta. pracUeelexiwrlenecI l'alulitcartlnleson all Kinds Done at Short Notice In the Host Vd'\! ,:..
Manner.
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gardening and our incomparable winter toft vliOBiibntidnlrylng., uhlppliig" iiml ,inarkotlng. ('.,mlnt:, Jolly-.klng. will "'"trri .
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is condensed the .
and when the vapor climate are all better known and more be given from time to limp, bawd" on punmnnl limpeclton! ly atralutil, nimrlul .ontrlUutor. T1'4' ",' .f :J' :
beat becomes perceptible and \\'armsl highly appreciated: now than ever be- humorist Tom Sawyer mill the Iniiiiltnljlo Slnjor Cavuplwll, Into lU'frinten'U'dt of Ito Subrroiilcol Boilers Engines and if "' .," "ti. :
air.
the.upper fore. Our deposits are Machinery ..
In reference to the mistaken idea as : phosphate per. ;, Exposition enliven nr p- IW''e..kI1. f .k[;,, BI-Bmo.. 1.

to the humidity of our climate making' mines.haps as" valuable These facts as California's are well under.gold Jacksonville Florida., .., lq $2.00. a year. ----Kinds.---- 1.t4JACKSONVILLE. : ... .,
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it unwholesome Mr. Barber : :. ,
says stood In Florida, but it is a difficult matter
"From numerous inquiries among to bring them to the comprehension
invalids on the subject of the humid of any considerable proportions of :1 FLORIDIi ; t '

climate I am convinced that the prevalent of the United ___ ,_ _-_ __ '
the _
vast ._
population :

never in ideas lived on here that Florida are point all weather wrong.of people Theyerr who the States.The census of iSjo shows that duringthe In ill an ::: River r :': Stow n boat :": Gm o : Dauy .hh. i ,. .fit,. ,......'.,....(.,t... ,'

judging on ;
preceediug ten years there was a ,. .
basis New weather. ; THE OCEAII 3TEAISllIP 'o ..
some as England of increase of SCHEDULE IPM Y,4ts ,
,Here dampness does not prevent ulation greater per in Florida centage than any other state pop IN EFFECT,NOV. 30, 1891.- } ....

warm delightful air,results.while there it i' excepting Nebraska Minnesota Colorado Steamer Georgian. lenrf Titnevilleevery; morning'at I a. ro. Arrives at Melbourne pro., of Savannah. "fl.r. .
cold
means injurious and Oregon. Her increase in Returning Leave Melbourne t,3: i p. m. Arrtieaatl'itoevtlle.10p. m. ,. ..
will !
however"Northern doctors convince, know them Nothlng'j' schoolenrollment and she is excelled was in lit the per cent, : Bteamcr Kt Lulu.avee Tiln.rlll<> '&a80' j-;: m :'M...lId'1.Vertuo..I.. .,,, and Fridays.lrrivee.t ForiMew York, Boston sand Philadelphia':; y r'i'
now propor
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air is Jnpilerat 12W p m .Tqoiulayii, Tliunilay. anil Cntur own damp pernicious tion of school enrollment to population Kulnrnlng. l 'avc. Jupiter< Ilane.monIne.dny.Timrsdny.s.daalnrdpy. Arrive '. ..'
lung patients, prescribe a'change to I only by five states. During the atTltiuTlllo .lloiia... ...., WniliMMlnya, frl.lujanU; !unjuy" wma'r'auwttb'tr. !). :NortL .
the dryest climate they can find. They same decade California with all her ad. ever. other dnj excrjit 8unUay.. : :: I
rush them off to Colorado and California vertlsiug, /increased in population only Crll. 1JCXT, EonptrlJ\t; J\dcJlt. I

where they inhale thin mountain 40 per cent, tfnd in school enr lIme t t<
and suffer for to support .' ,1
air oxygen only 37 per cent. C0 K V
life or where they are cooked by the Such facts as these can' be exhibitedat 1 J I .,.., w 17 I>
driest and dustiest of winds. The.lnng the World's fair as well as the tan l ,(
tissues grow feverish and heated because gible evidences of our state's produc otYflE'STAMP I
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so dry. If they have skillful tive capacity. An exhibit should be CO.i ,. i
nursing they are relieved- by that sen- made that will .convince all doubters '
sible remedy, the steam of an atomizer that Florida presents very substantial, .. I ,!
which falls the air tubes with warm attractions for home-seekers who must

comfurtiug, steaming air. Thus they make a living wherever they locate.It i, h' __ ___ __ ",

rush from one extreme'to the other; can be done by a moderate expen- Tau iii iriiWucnt .icnii>sili! ).or tb>.(, \1110. are aPIJOiol Iu .lu! follow*....iniii.i. um .c"
parching the diseased respiratory tract diture of money<<: and no more profitable \ ,: r ,
with dryness and dust then breathing investment in behalf of the state SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK '. ,
hot steam; with a daily change of tern be made. If the people of :Florida r 6
can : :
(Central or OOP Meridian V/W.j; ) ,
perature cold and hot 30 or 40 degrees will arouse themselves to the importance L Onto City...............Tliurtdnr-luly 1, tlwlnu: .., ,
(;11)01 nrinin hn ..W ln July .
between the midday sun and the chill- and resolve to s x nl. 1 :Wi I "
of the subject CltyotMuaon..TliirdayJuly U, sounm Ulv i.C !!u.nllnb. .. 'ndlly JulV H. (...,{, .
blasts from snowy mountainsues' carry out whatever plans the Orlando Gate City ..............Thure4lJuly Id, i.0opmCityotIeeun..ThurwlayJuly 1'nJlIl1a.'tI........,. utnnluyJulr 4. Lmpl i' "" :
convention shall formulate, they will til%, 1.801'11I N'ttrnohee. MnndliT July II. .alren, .. _.:

"Instead of such misguided Florida finds treatment be repaid many fold for the effort and Unt City..............TLuwilajr, July M, 1.:11))1': ) (Pity liiiIliihNliw.Winvlnv. ill Auiriiiu. ........!Kri'luy., Jnly Julr. 'K N. 11'11'f..r".',..?. I' ?ti t". '
in an :
a patient within few Times nf t
that very years. City ""lIh..hl., Jnlr H, ittpnt.. Y j'1
equable temperature differing but UIIOll. .. lily of buvunniih,.' Mi.nd.y.Inb: II. 11iryry. : :
I :
little from day and night, with moisture a bracing ,-. I linoo t'nllahuweo..ttednw.lerJuly Kn..... city ..........;...t iduy..luly, II.1'iina i I;. ,rgpa': : iti '.cf '
and to
air full of oxygen Nevi York and Florida SAVANNAH TO PHILADELPHIA. ,l'liuttali,'''eC'.'Snlinliy, Jr. | |In. Liupat ll' 'I'
and inflamed tissues UMluhlull LlliDb. ..... '
fevered
soothe the Ha Say We. tllyof Auxu.ti. Slinil"y, duly :f. aru par JlI
without resource to artificial steaming.A : of birietugham.5ai.< Jniiri .:..... ,..a : rCay k.
docs
((This ship SOT
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carry passengers ('Rg of b.vnnueh..FrldayJuly. t.. rj'eis, .S t '
of )
feeble or diminished pair lungs life I The Jacksonville, Tampa and Key Magnificent? .cameliipa of thi Line are appointed to sail as follows : Douuug..................Saturday, July 4, 4.30pm: I'1'ttI..h""v..Hturd., J mIron.n.LIty ) :Jiyj'i u,'\', r
can best obtain oxygen to support ...... .... ....., lun."Jul't ?.Iwjfl an -
condensed West railroad has done a food thing pauoug ? Tuetilty, July IVfLMnmKriilnr lbxttehen.eher.w'mineedayJulxn. ,'< J
air is most by STANDARD TIME. .
where tire ,
being at the sea level instead of a In offering the teachers along its line Deaug..................... July SI. r :JOptu Nuc.HXMite.; :. t:rlilay,J'uljSl...Ia'epnt.'ii.:*; |'..... I : .,
mountain top. free transportation to the State Teach. FROM NEW YORK. STI2AME1C. FROM JACKSONVILLE, Then. ralniui Rteanx-r. eonna-tfnir with the Sarannab. Florida and YV..trn Kailwnv'' :l '<,.'
"For hundreds of past a sea ers Association which meets in Jacksonville Pier 29 Cast Kiuer. FLORIDA. W.yr".hutILl.. ...) oKbr.lulhu"1.rll\"lIu.l.ubllo/llltl..I""r./ltI'.o1"11." equullml : 1.1.! ,, ..:.t
years ...
voyage to tropical climates has been a early in January. The railroad Ved'day Nov. 2o: nt 3 pnt..mOQUOIS..Tcc8dlly. Dec. 1, at 4.00 am other Tbroughtitkepkndbllbofladinglssue.lmall. principal point 1.. ".1, A.I.. {, '. .' I

sovereign remedy for such cases. companies lice the newspapers do an Friday: Nov. 2T, at U pm..,ALGONQUIN..Thurd'y: 3, nt fi.30 am Fur iuturwatimi and room apply. to I :"." ',,,,.'. ti?11. .
Thousands have had their-lives saved, immense amount of free business that Monday, Nov. 30at3pm..CHEItOKE1'L..Sunday, Dec. 0, at 7.80 am C O. AS r>EU"OX, Agent. Citf"ExchsageBuildinvevannahGa. ....:v ,. 1
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for such a trioAnd i.i neither appreciated nor necessary to ,2 fit3 pm..SEMINOLE..Tuesday Dec. 8 at10.00 U.M.bUUULL. licuunl.\lall.cr. .nu".h Ja. : ) %':1 :
or prolonged years by and unfortunately in V'ed'day, Dud am B It.l'r'.... liemtrnl Agent Jarkunnrilln. Fla. ''taeW.
what were the means of their their success instances their courtesies are Friday, Dec. 4. at a pin....YEMASSEE, .....Thurd'y, Dec 10, at 11.00 arn E.AUJW.D.Gcn.Trsvl's... Ag ut,11 W j,1..J.clr..nvllll "i,10",8.1", fi .Jtir. 1,
many '
cure/ Merely these advantages that accepted as a matter of course and Monday Dec. 7, at 3 pm..mOQU'OI8..Suuday. Dec. 13, at 1.30 pm.jVLGONQUlX.Tueaday .: I '
.
Florida can afford them namely these: I 9 3 Dec. 15 ut 4.00 ----- -- -- .. ... \'
and weather condensedair shamefully abused. Both the press Wed'day, Dec. at pm. : am .. 4
Uniform instead of warm rarefied and the; greatest and the transportation companies are Friday( Dec. 11. at .XHEIlOKEE.-.ThDrdIyDe: at 5.00 am ,,"rJOSOllY111O .
.
amount of moisture or; vapor in the air gradually but surely dropping the deadheads Monday, Dec. 14, at 3 pm...SEMIXOLE..... Sunday, Dec.20 at 8.00 am THE .. .. ., ,, -" "

day and night, the year round. Die I- from their list and the prospectsare Ved'day.Dec. 16, at 3 pm...\EMASSEE.Tue8duy;:: Dec. 22 at 1000 Rm

gent inquiry among resident consumptives cash that for in their a few merchandise years both will as require other Friday, Dec. 18, at 3 pm..IRIQUOI8..Thurd.y, Dec. 24. at 11.00 am TaIDIJa & Koy host SystB 1L ;?? j

proves that they appreciate and ;' business does and as they ought to Monday, Dec. 21, at 3 .ALOOXQUL\.Sunday)', Dee. 27, at 1.00 pm ,
enjoy these three benefits. have always done. To extend transportation Wsd'duyflee. 23 at 3 pin.ridny. ....CHEROKEE..Tnesdayl\H:. 20at 1.30 i am.SlMlNOLl.Tburd'yl \ ,, ;. t
"What nonsense then for northern to the teachers is au admirable \ Dec. 2ft at 3 pm... !! Dec Sl.-at 4.00 aia- AND:: y4" I t!
doctors to object to this Climate which: thing to do. la all the state of Monday' Dec. 28 at 3 pm..YEMASSEL.:...Stinday, Jan. ft, at 0.30 am "at

atmospheric they lever tried vapor from just prejudice because against their Florida there is not a claps of bread Wed'day Dec. SO.at 3 pm..,UlUQUOIS..,....Tuesday: Jan. at 800 am EAST -:: COAST -:- LINES.: : : t t1
winners who work harder more faithfully 1/ "y s
feel II
Michigan
in Maine ;
or
patient .
and what and at so important a work for so ExwndinguutI ..S.1 South and 'oulb..t front Jacknonvillti, cover over on* Duw.an.-t- ';&" '
worse in cold, damp days; St. Johns River Line
. to little money or other consideration, as < n>lieof tropical country and ruuob alll'NWiu"l1lI'IM 1' and Summer pliiiuurw l1I".r+t. ul '" .
nonsense for our writers to attempt t1..1,1II l' } 10 0 :
prove that our climate: is a dry one. the Like teachers other in our profession public it schools.has its For' Palatks, Sanford, Entarpritift and Intermediate Points on the St. Johns Elver.. : THE EAST COAST .':Jq. (t ',: i ,

Instead of pandering to those evidence ignorant blanks every and its blots but no unusual STMR. uCITY ACESONVJLLE.u:' THE
on prejudices the physical, let them effect collect of humidity. proportion, and it is to be hoped that Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura' St., at 3 :30 p. m., d ally THE I'HOSPHATR FIELDS 1''>' !. ...t.

:,. They will\ be told by four.6fths of the I every railroad, give them in the all state free transportation will if consistent -- except Saturday for l' l"tka, Santord Enterprise and iltllflliediatolandiogiJ THE PINEAPPLE. FIELDS, :4. t -.

'invalids that our damp weather and to the conference where the earn on the St. Job,,'. River. Returning;, leaves Sanford; 9 ;00 a. 01.. THE ORANGE GROVES 'i"j 11, ". _"

". stay petit and are produce very agreeable no such increase to their est educators can and will learn much Enterprise, 9 :308. m., daily except Sunday, for Jacksonville, and AND THE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SECTIONS. rlta; ,:," '1-:.. !r

;;4., :of feelings baa symptoms as at the north; and to the mutual advantage Tribune.of teachers intermediate landipgs\ 'on the St. John* River.: .11 #. .. :"." .1.1THREE .
i and pupils.Tampa ...
that they bare either improved or quite "FEED'r PEJ3ARY." t ;.<
recovered under the wonderful cura- I ._. _.-- STEAMEE THROUGH TRAU Se''g.. .: raj,
live influence of our air and temper- I Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura St., at a :::10 p. m., daily: -: : : : :t Tf '

.' ture."-Xcai gstal*Journal. "Every gale that sweeps from the except Saturday, for Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, and intermediaW f .

,'. I ioiis north of bnnxs our brethren to our ears"and the sisters exclama-: who landings on the St. John's Rjt'er. Returning, leaves Sanford a. ra., Vi' -TUE. TROPICAL TRUNK: LINE.: ,) >:)( rThe..uae.ateequIVlwdwithth"lnIrutlmpmrudmodern ;

n F1.rida'.Opportuaity. I would flee from its stinging blasts that and .Enterprise\ t30 a. m., .
'3 --.- they may bask in the delightful winter Intermediate landings on the St. John'r Ctver. eont.lolugtl... uurual.un.csUthem Uw apollaarw tile ". ,1"'t"1.' };. L' t
The reason why Florida, more than ; climate of fair Floi Ida. They are com. The above steamers are fitted! up wfthr! first ehsa Loeemmodations y. '-:" :

other state needs to be well lug by thousands and we welcome for' and tables will be supplied with the best in market FINEST IN FLORIDA ,
f; any passengers : ? y ii:
:them with extended arms to our pleasant I
World's lair is because :
'Jo. represented at the : environments. There is plenty of general IL'llielJger and Ticket Qt lee, 88 W.' nay St. + -: .
Traiu.l.JackJuavillu. ViJ.T.tKW.a.isa.m.dnlyoxraytauaigvtglk'p .'
she has other been more and misrepresented Chicago :room for them, and their enjoyment of F. )[. IKOSMOSOEB, JB., Fla- l'ase4gt./ 88 WtBay St., Jaoksq vine, Fa. ;}[: /W '.nl.ne.lyei. "i>t Mmi'av. Arrivei.lea.a.i4.apMr.e.lap.a- y.Tr.iaelusvvanot .,;; .:,'I
} than any state sunshine of this southland .,unvttL. vi.. '"....IC iut.t l.lu..I1..... its dsUy /lq P ...., soojat .on1 "hf $' j'd"U .
abundant ; "
in 1893 she will have such an opportunity i he us. Comeon iv.. F. OGDEN FAy'F. P. Agent. 5 JJowllns; Green; New York Qtty. 1.04.p. U..,dally except OUII.I,,) Arnvu ll.IVit. w > IK p' ui i. ., .j" ;, I t
of world right u to her does not impoverish wharf foot 3t. of r.
setting the of toe fields of Simpsonand J. O. PILOT FrleghtAgt.! on .jl ?:an 0 /I. :. .
.": resources and as was never presented in quarterof before ye Ffeffer.yoemgit and y. prince of the TOHK L, HOWARD, 'l&. Frt. Agt.. foot J aura: 8t; it' *. I' INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS.: Tai; .., .
be
not again a ,
,,
acentury.may COiwU of Actor and Oould, and enjoy J, A. L.IItJ, Sirpt foot Laura St.. uMAaslLLU. '.r tl I t

While Florida is more visited and yourselves under our vine and fig tree ClTPe, A st, T. M.. 8 Bawling Green New York C1t1THEa. .. LuarTim.vtludour..mdnlygavuptSundn I } foi lto-k LuJutj, E.atiaUi_._.._".....\... ', 'p. I

written about than any other state she where wafts as balmy"lest.-1't breath SiMjruaiineze. as that G. Eon, 1'. M.. 5 Bowling Green, ]vewYork, N. y, wry n.1'UlUtllle 1.D the
of Araby Jii alrn\! .-... .uf J I. ; :
is.at'tho same time more misrepresented lys oBHwtitif at |>itr u \LUulwuylaU"at."I.aiw \ S -
misunderstood Wm. LeaV.JulawrfuldayTi" ,.....,iaj.a 1I'1 .SutunUre, l.-jil I.| m, (or 1 ilu,vlUJ awl w. !
and than any P. & Co. General Agents y
otter This cornea of the fact that 1 II... .! ..,! Clyde I., Foroeliu*>>ti.. i.rtiti.ln!.9tJbttUvUffal Pn..oiijcor 41B. ...'" / j
B. CABLE, W. !>. CRAWrOUD. u. R. ACggnl.y: ,. '
tourists confine their observations U Bout YaMTM. rh11d.l lJ1a. 9 BowiJug Green Hew Talk r .
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Call at The THOPJCAI, SUN office and OoIor..Ula""iler. liu Cui.t'Lma Ueue 5155.tnWu; A,{ .I" '&
almost exclusively to the regions de- WI J, I. it 6:. )V. 1:1)11I: tff.Tf U iiu fu. aekaaulNw, rtyrjl;.. 'r
"'teeSG orange-growing, .a0. the ,om.t .- get estimates oa AflHlaSllo Work. '; ''1
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j; Somehow other U bas gone out Three years ago there was, virtually, SALE 'IfsJmt the !
.. f.'f> that our flatwoods soil is best suited to I no pineapple industry in :Florida, but' ,: : Tiling *

a ;.t; ,. vines. Hundreds of acres are being: S o far In the present season the J., T. "f _. "
,\t planted in the State and as! usual theineprlenced & K.1 W. has already shipped cine ',. "
..i': are ,going to extreme U6nsand crates from the Indian River .-oj '.
,1- '. Vlaes are often planted on land: so Country, or a total of S83ood pine.applea. :Ii. +,.,vv'. .- t ... .w... ., .+.. "" d. .+T.t.w.
low that ditches have to be dug to I i J) tlllk.ABLE LAKE' WORT'H PROPERTY.

,If ti; carry-awar the surplus water before I This show how Florida develops : I' ; '. ;.,. ':"" r' \ : = MAINE'S: =

the vines can be put into the ground. i when,she goes into the business! of developing "'v,. '"::13 .' '1< t ,
Some of the lands already planted and one of her best instru-

f'/ with vines have never supported any I mentalities is the J., T. & K. W.. .' I .
'., of the higher order of plauts by reason which through Mr. Aclccrly'S wise ana Tbe-t inderslcjied' ;* l',1f\\ : to' Pineapple Fertilizers
of a poisonous acid in the noil. Often persistent method of advertising, has, bffers for sale the property r knnw'n'u; the Gary & ; ,

.... the bard-pan crops out on the Sill face; almost alone, settled the pineapple. Terser l rands consisting of thresThumlred '
at other times there is no perceptible finds and built up the Industry. : i1'; j over *> '! < .and. sixty acres (860)) InthtPeeej For Young and Bearing Plants.

I" clammy : In doing this Mr. Ackerly has created iratetracts embracing someot'the mod> desirable lauds ; ',
on "
of for his road, .
> a new source revenue : "
t.. A J. Downing is Our best authority but at the same time he has
9s ; on all pomological subjects. I will great work for FIori'\l\i\ and among her , '. '; .. ,j

quote a short paragraph'of whathe, friends and pCn stands in I entirely .dilfetent
.. ,ale of soil! for the viney ard: the front rank.-Evening Telegram. :.J : tt. Pineapples require an formula .
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1: universal experience in all i it ; ': than Vegetables!, _
'-' <
:; countries has established the fact that NO.1. -

.. a dry and warm soil is the very best tot 8l'ntl't'II' LOA...." ,:\ .. .<, -'- No VJSGKTABLK FrnmiiEn;: can be a 'complete :
the vine. The culture ol the native ? .
s -- Is a tract tlf fifty ((50)) wore\looated' fertilizer to? Pines. '
: acre or .the"wcst
:i" grape is very simple; strong loamy The farmers of Florida, who plant on shorE! of

; 'e': oils are preferable, and a warm, open, cotton and on It for Luke Worth adjoining the Oak LawiTlfotel ; p'ert/ ,'.'
<. money with high Muff ; {
sunny exposure being Indispensable. have been badly left, but no more so The analysis of the leaves and stalk the Pineapple

There is no cultivated plant that. tbanthoseofotberStates. The low price un Lake front, very desirable for building purposee!, well divided into shows the presence of over 10 )per cent. of Phosphbrio -'
itself different Conditions
adapts so readily to
sends Its st which many have been forced to \toUt I;and Hammock and }land'excellent: Acid, and over 16 per cent or Potash. ,
; as the grape; no plant sell their staple wrought ruin and bank- Scrub : for Gardening and
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roots so deep into the earth on its bunt The obtained did not This is proof alone that Cotton Seed Meal Is '

'. for water. A noted TiticultHrist once ruptcy.for the production price and consequent Fruit growing. On this tract are several, 1 hundred Cocoanut and other not a complete fertilizer for j'oiing plants," as' it ,, ; .
pay
j ",'.;', told the me first that vineyard at Fresno in, Cat.that,valley(he plauted ,) i inputting Iv many growers are in a worse condition tropical fruit trees .(many of them (in bearing{ r)) ;such as Orange, Lemon contains less than 2% each of the above ,Ingredle .t I' '. .

: ,", down -a well they found the Union financially county) S. C.than, the ever loss before.is estlmat In. Lime. Guava c'to. -'YJf, ; : :--T: .*! . . . .. . . . . . ...,........A .;. .,, .,
of vine feet under 1
roots a sixty-two r .
it" 1-' '" ground. Yesterday, and the same to- ed abandon at about cotton$50,000.,growing When as a farmers money .: ..':! ",;'\, Write tnr Circulars anti 1'i-lnn'T.lc* tn R 11" '

:1\ tl;' day, I took out a root on soil In whichit and turn attention to something .' .
crop ". ;, '
>. f was less than twelve {inches further', / more certain and less expensive \ i *M> f Chas. C. Converse Brantley; Fla
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i through to a clammy, water-packed to produce they will be better off. In NO. .. : ,
ji' a poisonous sand, I came to a hardpat, Florida there are many crops product. 2. Agent for Indian River and Lake .Worth Sections. .
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and as was to be expected a die back \ ,
ive of revenue that can be raised easier!
C ,; doe Farther on auother vlueyard i i Is and at 1 loss expense than cotton. Tobacco Known fls the Homestead of Emanuel ,.lleysor located on 'thewest
t;, < planted on a spot betweeu two ponds and fruit arc better, and It is to '
1 .' Deep ditches had been cut and the sboro of the Lake one half mil south .of Oak Ltl'Wn
:1, r land thoioughly drained five feet deep.IH" be hoped that the suicidal policy 0 f ., TonUlning. one

V.;. 'We went down some four feet through will crowing soon cotton cease year--Jacksonville after year at Metrop a loss hundred nnd sixty acres,. ((100)) one half mile! 'front( on the Lake with

this same peculiar packed sand before olis. high bluff overlooking: Lakeand the Ocean INDIAN RIVER HOTEL
I I reached the hardpan, but the vine ... .beyond. On the place'
'(' was about dead with dieback showing bS.- I
/ is a two story dwelling nearly new, several hundred .
Cocoanut and)
h" acid fruit ,
1". the same poisonous as In the case Fruit. .I

examined -previously. The man in --t- trees, some iu bearing. This entire tract oonlssts of a nice level I
square
H4 of the remarked he
to
charge place me
From the most ancient tradition .
would to tell him of : well adapted to the growth of Pineapples i Citrus
.' give me Iso ,any; and other tropical
down to the written history of our race, !
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." he could the land. ." Only a Few .
crop grow on fruit has been regarded the most delicious fruits, :" \ /- .
I am somewhat largely cultivating{ luxury. As of ( "f_ ', I
"1i 1: the vine and with to cmage marve Minutes
: hope my partner Walk
out {is having its attention di
progress i
.
: increase planting times over ". I
my many "- '.
r rected this is
to hygiene, luxury
the coming season, and I must iuforn yet iA t
r from all 1
California deserve ; the
more appreciated. A-
sn self In this
' t > thing. distinction for her NO. 3 > 3r
.i more superior grapes .
\ If it is best we should hunt out the : .. t
low lands on which we cau't grow than for any other product. Those sec a t Railroad and
;r, tious of I-'lorida giving attention
: other crops for our vines I wish to t to the finer classes of special fruit Known as "Solitude," located at ihe South End of Lake Worth, lying
arc attracting 1
learn it if in other sections the V"*, ,
SteamboatLandings.
or as ,
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i'A vine requires a deep, loose soil that our that finer much classes the healthier of settlers and, and hap.living : partly between.the Lake und Ocean and partly, around the soutl nd of

!!' must be free from stagnant water to pier. Without an invidious camper the Lake and dip the west side, having a high, bold front .-
i.,,\ produce a healthy vine aud fruit that upon the .
," will to market, it is essenlia [son FruiUjud Park, near Leesburg for mile' .... 1
carry very may be given as instance. A friend ocean one also fronting the Lake on .three sides. On this tract
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that know it, for myself. have

i.' started out to make an investigation of'ij. vicinity recently of visited llcllevicw P. H. and Walters saw, his in the famous which contains One hundred and sixty ((1(50( acres), there Is an Immensebed ,, OPEN-ALL THE, YEAR;;
'; vines that have been planted in different
,.". soils, on low land and the higher grape fruit trees heavily laden. of dry muck. A I large area of fim-class. Fruit'and Vegetable land,
He had sent specimens to the United
lands. In our search we go down as States horticulturist at Cocoan Grove with three hundred '
Washington over trees In'
bearing and several
far the ,
as roots Sri found carefully noting .
conditions, and In that way I ebat and received his commendation as be hundred small\ trees.-: k' j\: '
to learn uio.st luff superior to any yet known of the I. :IXL : ''
hope something ol our 3XLA.BBETTE Cv--: .
: family The flavor is less r Proprietor
suitable. lands for the, vine. I have tar ." s ,;
and pior.; delicious; in taste than the .
able assistants, and the work In very .71' .
interesting to us indeed; and when we ordinary kind Yet there may be Titusville :
Florida
others iudiflereirieues (,
-: are done; 1 hope to be able to give an ijtparts of frut| growin The title to all the above described lands U .
and Florida ) Indisputable. Land
progressive quite
intelligent of as good W
account our wotk.-.ftls. .1 .
i.b Molt in Florid fanner and /-rw it Mr. Wafer! is selling buds and nursery will. tie gold |In )large or small quantity to suit; the .
Grower trees grown from/ the seeds of his purchaser. Call on .-
f tit: so that this OHO of _the many vapomelo .
,
-- '--' or our semi-tropicai nuns In oraddre'ljJUdR'sA.EiReyser, a
t
A New Fruit Florida U: coming to do its full share '8
In making our State a paradise for the Oak Lawn, :Dads'Co.,. Florida.

-.- xltipgalthe new settlers and the go '
HOTEL '
G. Gale, of Florida, wr'tes as follow Juuluetll/OrOllville, .'Jelro olis.I -LAKE. WORTH '

ti to the American Agriculturist of a I '_',..,..",",",- Thorough practical rnntrnctlon. ? ,f
fruit C.rado-
called the Cerimau, which
D else Minted to "
poution "*
ishes well in parts of tbat Stale: uew// Sinn,. I are Tr.II. FREE. -Write to Cstalorue '

i 'This strange plant is a native of -.....- p Brrist t & Station Mwt ':" .
; island of Trinidad, and is of S College .
: so ..J..\, Quigly:, the .veteran V>KS" 01 LOUISVILLE.. Kt. 'J.
IIItroaUCtiOO toIorloa tl1at few 'J. .
persons trig UI.IIIIIWUVIA,", CUt mrvc \ree ,
''. have seen it frul ug. The plant has last week out of which cypress be go- eight* -- LAKE WORTH. FLORIDA "'':: '
been ,
: growing unprotected in our opengrounds saw stocks, the snorttst I ."
I being teu and S B, IIVBBABB & CO *'
,
on Lake Worth for about the longest eighteen feet. The eight -- ...;, ..r.

soil three, but years.demands It seems suited of to sandy I lags! contained 10,003 feet of luinb.-r: JAJ/ONVlLLt, fLO/f/JA, J J. & L W, BY, SCHEDULE Is charmingly located on the highest (

it blenty water it They were sold to G. M Davis, of Pa. Wh"lrllll doaerd; IP 'U "lw'lr$ Storer. gronnd, and nearer.:. <>
a scrambling plant of very rank alka, for {79, about $27 per tree. Mr rawln'. Won.t.IIII'lIr". AUUOUntlohFirhina, In Effect A'or. 30,1X01. the Sea Beach than other Hotel
growth, sending out tertal roots fl'oUlI Davis will have them sawed into lum i'." kluUrb'yin.. .rrmeurr. Poultry Nutting. any on Lake Worth&: ; A-;.
. ,
imr ..
li au I Uliuilaurttllltliral fast Meridian
each ,
I joint, by which I it cling to any bet for cisterns. :Ir. used Juul. Time .".;
y : and Quigly an Hunt llnrilK aroaml jot\l'ju.; tt-t ;
-
which
support by iu Its
borne, it climbs. to the top of the native high. Improved machine in getting these JIWK lira asu 'rtvvtras A braualtyr.Joe Train "... I Leave*.Jupiter at 11:00 m; Arriv..c Sets the hest) table and uses .' I
of the Juno
h. logs out swamp, and be say at llsm m pure, filtered rain water- !
est trees. The leaves are fully three that the woods jn }his section are full of _. Train tort I..,...".Junu tllMam: ) Arrlrcn ; .
feet in diatnetar, mounted ou the leafstalks such liDlbcr.hr"ha'lU.We -- at'Jupiter' |.. ..>t lU: Ui in ..
i'raiu N Y l '
three feet long. These leavesparted' have seen logs In Apalacldcola rlU.\TISC, rIYl"m Jun.. at.rc.llW-iu: |Jupiter at 3ro: p m; Ar- '

irregularly on the e9ge and thatI'oliid beat that One Send! Train. Au S I I.a.a JUliO alt.u P III: Arrive. i H. 'P. DYE
pierced by innumerable oval oles. log brought THB TROPICAL Su.x a tt'I"lor. s0 JuI IterIi Y:1J;: Proprietor.
a No two leaves are alike as to the num- le.e contained 7,000 feet; another 8,8a&! der for Job worki Wt have a t-pniT Traliia 1. 1. a and) 4 run nnlf Tac .lny., :

beror shape of there openings The feet Logs containing 5.000 feet are jletejob otHcw, good stock, latest pr.rhurwievaandasgrlays. nuty( witnW.Uai.Jii.I'raiii.NolLeavM .

fruit resembles an elongated pine cone, frequently brought is to this market. aces! of types, competent workmenand ) Jnplterat ':oO amt I Ar .
the home of -
Apalachicola the
from eight to ten inches sawmill iir.rrJnnaattliwaiu
long, covered ) 6-6
and we have some fine our prices are us low at consist- Train >o II UIHVM Juno at
mills 1:00
.. with hexagonal scales, which very : s m; Arrives
come off here nt with good material end at JUI'k'r Si IiUU;: II.,i
but there is ; worknansliip.
; plenty -
room, and .
readily when ripe, leaving the edible we Trmnii a and l n run only on Aruml.I''eo1DOilo .
,I center !like a large banana. The truit want to see some of them here. This Letter heads, statements, duya and t'riUax. Carrying J-'I elll\. ',

'1-: is without seeds, and, it is said in Is a great country, also)/ for fine pine. bill heads! envelopes, stiippirg Rare tropical fruit trees from Jamaica .

:Ioi' taste to be a sort of a cross between Briujj along.your saw injl! .-1 jgies. tags, visiting curds, folders all (the {roes, Seedless Bread -truit and Ceylon.-No. 1 Man ..': .
,. ,
l.. the banana and the pineapple though .-. .. latest l designs, and posters, tiend;; In Also Man-fosteeni., Sago Palm, Tree Ferns Da' t

iH superior to either Whether the testimony Florida on \\'uc-el.. your ordl'hi UiJ\V till ad'to be ready of oaetms.etn, Fancy Ptne-elipe, Strawberry Plants and a full line .
-" .- of experience will corroborate fur the openliifi of the busy Ornamental and Fruit trees, Tropical and
dt'lIl1on.FA .
SetnUTropicaL
.t this high praise of the fruit, is as'desir- CEO. S. HACKER & SONJIANUFACTUKKRS and Davldge J Fertilizer, Genuine Fish and Iapel', "
4 ;Al'b';. able as reported there seems to be no A car sixty-seven feet long, and and a full lino of Fertilizer Potash for Truck and Pines,

[.;; good reason why it may not be cultivated ,.wider than the .widest Pullman car at ilelbonrns and Comes (Jupiter Kar
f',,, in the southern of en Bred the yard of the Pennsylvania rows) JOHN
portiou
-: Florida aud California-Flur iia Agriculturist. nilrnad: *r"icr'Jay morning and imincliately V R RITE? SMLLLLU! rJlfifl 5.6 Indian River; Nureeriee n. liEACII.
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t,, ,_.. The whole s itche e ir -
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: sorts of advrrti."ementsand in large srt -
> '.5 iw A. ls.w 1""o".rl" letters were emblaxed words which Highw : u '

I ; -- d.'Slitnated it to be the "Florida Roll <. .

+ i ii? Exposition." The first room is thereeplidh Arm Who will send
The of liS the "
starting a new WANTEDwho 1Iamet
industry on a p J'
room which is elc {iuty fitted I
large scale,ta this country, thai of grape u i, The wood used ii red bay and Low of their hardware
growing for market, is but was o ; do Dealera >
sell
one 01 the g'own in Florid.i. The other not our SELF SUTTISO OKH ,
I room is 20 pr.ASE ,
many ways for makitig money in Flor Those who will do >. :
t ie large exhibition: departini n'. This and mention this so
ida. In other countries some attention i. finintied off in ArmMachine paper will receive FREE: a first-cla8 .

has been given to the culture otgrart*. I grown in Florida.cypress Plants wool of varied also (< Every has *. ell and circulars 5-26 6A6ETDQL carpeottr pen. t{ : i .

and it has been clearly shown that kinds are scattered around the drop leaf, fancy cover CO. YIOEliatf, M,1 J, :if
there Is money to he made out of ;U: 'heexperimeotalpart I in' artistic prohtiR.a.! The walls room are two large drawers, with nickel 11ga, and full ------ ---- ---- --- -. .- !
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b. e -u pa e d vcne c)vlred with pictures of eminent Flor- set of Attachment, equal to any Singer Machine : OF \ 'le "
over, and now remaius-u it the Hurk ..! i I* men, and also scenes from different told from $40 to $60 .by Caava\sen, SAVE 5IOXEY BY BUYING YOUR '

pushing the industry to a satiKfectory portions of the State. In the center of The High Arm Machine has a seU setfng nee Doors .;: .

is finish.ID regard. to the, Grand Island vineYard the room there elands a large glass dla home and before self-threading; shuttle.is aiked.A trial in you ft.: Furniture Garnets I case in which. are all\ sorts of curiosities payment Buy direct ol Sash mm and
_. .. sclieme. the couuecuou with it of and specimen production of the State the Manufacturers( SAd save acents profits b.. ,, $
A. Dubois makes vuccess almOst cer I lutes getting certificates of warrantee -g ....... i
The for :
large sugar cine, snowy cotton, ovfrean. Blinds :'Y'f'
r-t tain. He is. thoroughly informed I tobacco grains, luscious Send for machine with name of abosineai I HOUSE FURNISHINGS from 't
oranges large
II t about the business, hoi devoted life I lemons and !limes and kind cf mac at reference SAil we will ship one at one** :
'li time to its study aud, here iu Florida every Co-Operative ouldints
t opical fruit make one long to be in Sawing Macblsa Co.,
iI' has demonstrated wnat can be ionic ( f'lortja. Among! the curiosities is 269 S. nth St., naiadelphia fa. S CLARK and LOFTUSi
a +
' out of it He is not a stranger to the large/; ajligato.: in a tank.Jersey City 0.". VAT TUG .JIIiJB'l.U: -1KDBuilding ( )
of the
people State and his assurance Arcs ,
3I that Grand Island pose,ses the finest '- Material JACKSONVILLE. .
I{tj: location in the State for a vineyard -- ,_. ... -- FLORIDA '{'!

carries weight with it In cannot other liutHar UD..... 'Ji8" Write. for CatalosD, I

y r' 1;;, than be gratifying to the people of this --..-- CIiARLESTONt: S. c. ::- 6-8"

county to know that their county leads I Increased steamboat facilities -- -'

cr y in the point fitness for the establishment I Ormood to Rock Ledgs, in daily boats frctn, ANN & LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. rou ..=
of so great an industry aud those and with additional boats SALT: ;'
from
r Rock 1
out of the State interested ia grape:; II I Ledge to JuuHer Inlet, will cause things CEN[ AM I 1UU FORA Sloop yacht "Iaebel" Address =y
growing will make Jfl3f Send fur Prices. I W
I i a Dote of i\-Lees- to bum on the Indian River. General ( .1r BII; FL bF S. 'fancrt'.

burg Commercial. I'asgcoger Agent G. P. Ackerlv, of the Ii..7
t ... ._. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West I Tahiti
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, Those Floridians who take so luuth i'i ten, is about to spring a scheme which I r r -=ONIONS. =
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a at heart the present depression ia the [i' will insure 'improved service on all 1 -

orange market may Dud food for renewed -toaipefiajr transportation; lines. The \\oinatul iiuiiibIM u*of tewi.Uiu.uii hta.m.tloa mod..5.1/ _... *.... -'
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hope in the future of our State''|| Plant Florida Central. & Peninsular and the o.mlo al.ta4 Patwt.Qgrrlaa.. a., i Uu 9'nda,. 1'Y O'lIEY' ./...z.....=... ..t..fYe.... :;...-:...-_5 For full particular -'How to Get It" !t ;:.,F'r....ob'hn.w..tra.U.M:: f a* :.
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I in the fact system ?re a4sonkicg the other rra ..' .. ,I/Y. M ==
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that the United States laud .Iwuwr t co .ul tlw ..., ends i cents for the July agth issue of ... M15IAaAN........;;; .., f
,, .. r', office at Gainesville reports more entries lines hustle, end if either gets !left it atl1 ar..1.V, W.'........ __ 'r,..zo: ..:::M 4.,4.. I w,;n., M.N w. the FIXJHltJA t% _. '......-....-....... ..
t for November than for another will be for the want of a wslj to Flor. :"":.'!;' :aluu.a..r. a. ,;.r r..i.tr. i.\\. ll..wk.. .. Ix. y AGRICULTURIST the -. ......"... -11..

.r "P\, ". '1(:'"'. QlltlJiD tbc je4r.-StaJard, ida.-5'1. Augintiiu ear'y4$niffit in .-. ...qa. wNur ... >_<..W......".:.......;._. .'._5.. oddest, and belt agricultural paper in I-::::. awe la4 "

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. SITTING ROOM six or eight pieces. Make the incisions ': \ ii" TU. S. WEATHER BUREAU DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE: "' J* ,
THE I The :
from the stem ,downward peel .. Travelers Hotel

Whrnnnrtrtrudenrelnvltnttnenll and ex.pir each halfway and bend them to the : 1.rt :' (I Jl"PiTitR, jPt.A.,. December jJjSgrj A ft i

.* fhHr tp| wa and give hlntd or KUKRItUm *- right. Tile the oranges in a pyramid ,I .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA I Weather Report for the week ending Dec. 5, 1891. ftaromeief torrectedJol'temperature *

rf. lnt '"if>t to the I on a fruit dish. A new brick hotel, located on and elevation. A. M and 8 p. M. observations.-75111 meridian. 1

hnimrhnlil.IMIIMI ORANOB llr.oA'1'-One quart of!I Day St., near railroad: depots !and time.-Comparative temperature for the years 1889, .1890! and 1891 :
write oil one Mt of the pnpcr only, n" aRlr\t'b.: tI -------.i. '" RAT-VR Il
It will".. e'I..lnlC.flhen I water, the juice of two lemons, one.ctip-; : steamboat landing, street cars for f>o 1)IIEl'TIO. 0' It.. v-' ..:::: : : ..
IRlu t., oriiny nnmo yon liters torniirrontrlhrtllmw fill of sugar; boil and stir In four table oil part of the city: passing every t:! :::: f:: !:-w:; x < "T.'tl 0" I 1N1N1 I I"-. ., .:
np j 1 1 9'I \\'E''H'IT\' \' rz' r?
hnt puns m-ncl your spoonfuls of let cool and ==.====-._-- five rniuutes. ::; --1- '
( corn-starchj: !: :! = \\'EAT\JF.R 1t !!: : : 1: .
name to the editor of tlilx ,ili'mrincnt.| pour over six peeled and sliced oranges. I I CHAtS ABOUT MEN This! house Is perfect In nil o/ its to: "to'I: ::0>: KX7:! : '" "sr", ,. : '." 1'.". 1t I.:II III' IE1'" '" _.
a" XP.tl.l I III t'>
ArMrrm. Spread over the top maringue flavored 'I appointments, ha"ing nil modern INA.M. r-
Killtor Tnit': Kirmn ttno,. with vanilla. I IORANC.H | llinmnrck: intends to pnbtlsh hisoira memo con\'eniences-includlnlt dot and 1 "aU.2'2" : n: HIS 1:1 N1;: YI .OOjparlly !111)udp" 1)7 To 11 11a : aA aa.o,, .i
dm intf his life, that lie 8 JIll.1 III g 12 E; III SE I; :!I .n1 1'nrti7 1.1..1.' ill) ill,711, fill 71 70 a'11xijt' U' i/.II
do- ,
UndeCounty, 1'ln\ BO win cold baths electric bells closets 1\ ,
Jnn.l, on a0.O4 f: 1:11; l l f; /-1 "r.l'lIrll'lul1.I ill 7x
Soul'v1.tt.--l'ecl: and slice fend thorn if they nro./nttaricccl.I floor jfO'Rntes reduced 4 ). :/ :Nw 4 :Y 4 K: 1/1 ..IIlII'lIr" 1'lulI.lv i-l illlll"liO ill ij7" GilflllliflIl1l1l.0!
every to
Multitude Consellurslhere eight oranges; put in layers on n glass! j I I Uttoii. tlifi.Tithborne ihibnant Is a $2 per day. 5-1 .17gg 1N.. _:. I''' '' t1n"Jr1711 ill IIlIliOI 7 ,..IIIIlIIIU.I: _
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/" a dish with between and
sugar spread wnitnr in Nottingham public house
fllMdoln." I! A. J. MITCIIKt.U'll'jwrrrr.'
is let stand several hours. Make a nice nnd receives extra pay because of the .. --- ,
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-- -- -- custard and pour over; cover the top custom ho is enabled too ]rn.,, ,

with meringue. I I I I It XI 1. DnlfloM, aged seventy, natal A. E. G. BETT & CO., -....: ... ;

fo\ HAT vanity is common (Is no proof ORANC.K DF.ssF.R'1'-l'eel carrier Iu Jackson/ : county, \V, VII \.,
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*J-that it is not foolish. Some of the d07.Clll 1 I claims ti> have walked 110,000 miles In
large cut in thin slices, remove i,
most common practices of the worldare oranges the list ten yenrs Ho thinks no other T. MURPHY '
all the seeds sift of inCOFFEES
over a pint sugar. -
done such .
hut -
the most absurd when subjected to man nn amount of walk- :
Boil a pint Of cream, add the beaten ins ,
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critical examination. '

a of Tew It, and of us while are it above cannot the be possession said to bea yelks corn-starch of three,eggs when nl\ln thick tablespoonfut'of ; pour over Jrottfo of the O. Oreenbnck Jones, founder party. and is sixtt1-promoter Teas, Spices, Baking'Powder : Iron and Brass Founder and Machinist

the Cover wilh medium : ExtractS ,:
fault common oranges. meringue seven years of ago; of l height, ant .
is most certainly a
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vice, and set in the oven to brown. Serve strongly built with a tendency to cur Sawmills -
to men and women. with cake pulency, nnd h\A/\: large head with gray Eligines Pumps and Machinery'in

And what Is it? "Empty: pride Inspired ORANC.K CRF.AM.-Take two oranges hair nml gray must iche and beard SPECIAL! A7'7'.YTO.Gr1'R.v70 General Repaired at Short Notice:.,/; .,
of
by an overweening conceit one'spersonal The new Ear! of Clancnrty not quite ORHL'llfi FHOM JIOTLLS.JACKSOXV1LU3 .
attainments or decorations." and grate: add one cupful of sugar, I twenty-three years 01.1.l while his counteas Iron and Brass Castings Made to Order.' ? .... ..
This "definition takes it in. Merely half a cupful of water and one cupful hell Hilton Is nil of thirty. The :, KLOUIDA. \ I

"pride" In these attributes Is not rep of butter, boil; beat three eggs and stir Mint Inherited by tlio new earl are &-" 136 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA: '.:. 47 :
In, Let thicken and set Ice.ORANGI 'M .,'
rehensible; it Is til.- "empty pride" on hea\1ly mmtungfd nnd none of his fa 1 ; ',
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ther's left to him
pl'IIollalropert win
Is foolish. GEr.A'1'INH.-Dissoh'e four \ \ )
that
The Music House .,' -- ---- -
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of in of M A. ll.inim.n tiimiiinent shipowner m'Ila.
A recent article by Ella Wheeler Wit- ounces gelatine two qiarts water
and pol'hi'l.in! of CI !\.llInI.ls the -'
< owner
cox, bearing the title "Woman's Most ; squeeze the juice ofn nc oranges :-: ;.
of from which General
Vice," gives the opinion of and three lemons In, add a pound of 1 Ihontnnnecrlpt .ashlll' .
Excellent I Ontnt tiinile his memorable speech nt A. B. \ YonSHIP ,;
CAMPBELL f:
this supposedto.be'Rif'le(1 authoress on sugar and the whites of three eggs Warren In tin U.irliel.l CllmlJlI: II. It -- Ms

the question, and she very learnedly nml, pour in a mold and set on ice. w.ui n l present from the \irenctal himself JACKSONVILLE.( ) : FLA.'

:asserts that "a certain amount of vanity >aANGtt Jiat-v,-Crate the rind of CHANDLERY HARDWARE : b 1
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is necessary to the perfect develop. six large oranges and four lemons; I A'C'1l1hl'lIall.hn' \ C Drodsky, of y., '

anent and rounding out of woman's squeeze the juice of four oranges and New York Is well known both ns alawyer PIANOSANI Wire Rope Rigging\ Fishing Tackle Spruce Laddorr',' ..

most charming qualities to the fullest two lemons in with tbe grate Awnings. Patent Anchors
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He is abut thlrty-ci jeara of /age, of
attainment of her noblest ambition. pound of sugar and a Rill of wAter >


so.sonal She Perhaps appearance does not she say means which why vanity this suggests must of per.an be I and Caiiifiaiiwii.A boil until. -it jellies.J."tlies'10111I1'...-- I I uu\Mini medium.1 ervil innxtache byWilliam he!glassca:flit, ,and and\,, black has coiil eyes black generally luiir ORGANS. I BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS'J''i" { :. .


1 K., Vanderbilt! la constantly I" .
elaborate toilet or the display of phys I.oiiU at I ho 1'rrltlrM. Improving his lienntifnl estate nt Oak- I -FROM't( / ""f "II' ..',';';>,'i''I.' .
which we Ignorantly I hut v llri'p\ | from inniinrnrtiirpm, fur rn"li "1 '11111,.,,,, '
ical perfections, I -- ... dnlti One of his greatest hobbies Is the OIl"lIlI'r.1' glee better Imin'ilnpi tlum ;I.,T

suppose to be the result of our own DEAR SUNBEAM :Co-ne with me raising; of chuieo! Btr.iiiH of poultry bll Any)IIIK I IIIIIMI R I'lnniii IIIIIIM r iu drirnn me tiiu, wrilll>. If ton think "if, : GEORGE E. CHASE & CO. :" "n".., .f.. ,: "
nor for
rata
handiwork, instead of that of heredityand i this bright morning to the residenceof Uo hall just given the contract fur the IniriiiKiripi.iinileiict| \ ) IeraI.lzyeursgnur .,, .. t "
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erection of n (xinltry Imnse to cost X13;:;.- Mil.'iiili; allfreighMyiiIl.ntistnenu11( \ KiHrm I : rl: ,<'i/rf
training. Mrs. E. C. Wade, at "Oleander teed liP 1)a Aide.I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. : .' ', IJr"r> .I'.f' :'
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\000 It will be :iW. feet I Ions I Iritrr ) fI
,
But how vanity can possibly developand Point. A Ilieliirm-i t "to<'k In tlio St.ilcofilii.pl I '" / '1'
large sign the front of rt
on "I"
Oenernl .!aml's 11 Uongstrert, who Is Miiclc, (tihijiKniiil' eVI'r) Iloin, nuixii'nl.rnmi ii '1 Writo for 1'rirt'H. r,1: fl IS : ,. .:
round out the most charming qualities "-liiiri to : ..
the cottage: bids ujVtlcome\ to the Jy | K grout I'iiino. l"lulc'llI': free, I .
first In feeble health! hISIt'l'n\ famed to give '.-alra0unOil. pnprr.' 6.4".tr.EWYDAY .i..5.
in the
For
fail to
we see. Christmas: llaxaar. lowers, moss .
work on his history, of the Cunftulerairy
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place it is a trait which has a tendencyto and vines have converted the old time which for n year has been ungng-;
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make its possessors disagreeable; as home into a fairy bower. As we enteron lug his 1I11.li\"I..IIIU"'l1tl,,", (lIe Is not :\( ( AXO 1'AINK I -- -- --- --------,-, I

they never are sufficiently considerateof our right is a lace draped booth nerioiisly or daugrrnttrly; I sick, but his Jacksonvlllo, Fla., I '

the attributes nor the lack of them filled with beautifully dressed dolU of [ihyMln.iim here ordered him to stop PIANOS, OuoANS GUl'r.RS'IOLlN '.. -..
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in 'other people. A vain girl has no all si/.cs. Babies, Sailors Red Riding- working. BANJOS, SruiNOs, SHEET Mcsic etc. I S r 1 ..' ,"
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more sense of propriety than to flaunt hoods, an in the of ho ni.iy now seem hats been a hard 1 prices neon terms to suite
her charms
boastingly gaze poor Dorothy Darning-cotton hanging rl I I 1.1' COCOANOT( GROVE
HOUSE
worker and in IS! i2, when lie was Robert
friend. A desirable :l..I
her plain more by the hair of the head like Bluebeard's CulllMtc..
feature, gift or talent which a vain per. wife. Surely all the little git Is on Indian hunt gull i l 1 lieliUvhcro he joined the ; .

son possesses is displayed at all times River can have a new doll at diggers; lived, in n tent did his own .. .. 1" :

:and seasons In the most disgustingly Christmas. w'nahutg' IITI,1 l evoking) |] [ eat) dug; mind gath- F. DOC+RAFF & CO.Jewelers. '( ,

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egotistical manner. If a mall or woman The next table shows the work of er".] II U1't1J.; ; .

be vain of their conversational pow. the members of St. Mark's Guild of PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.? ,
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ers, you may take notice that they are Cocoa, and reflects credit on them, WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. ., a
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usually Inveterate talkers.: Sometimes considering the short lime they have Mrs.( (IIWKOV( Chlll(-"' china: Is worth COCOA, FLA ..0 ::1
the conversation may he edifying but had since their first meeting for this fjU.OO.) :) and she! ii the pijie or of a 129 '
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the vanity underlying it all takes away purpose. In the centre of their table h"/lIllifllllll'J'\'lI'c of gold! \' '-- L
-- The lm'1 r.s/ ftll"11losl located Ji'nfel on.L.IJNN /:
the happy effect. stands a lately doll dressed as a bride, <;nld.i; 'hai a |passion' for ilrnpinp,:; her centrally ,

Noble aspirations are never Inspiredby to be given the day before Christmas heniinea' in the nn iMftiiiiijptiiotis' millinery. W. .1IW00DARIPHOTOGRAPHER) UVlirjff-iM ,{tinted in. tho inliht nflif(!** ,': 1
this pride. Noble aspirations four which she draw largely froin |her own 1
empty to one of little girls selected by
J'cfiidencenand Cocoa mil (Irnl'es(111(1 in J
have heir root in self/ forgetfulness the ladies to be voted for : Miss Fannie wnrilroboMi only J"Y'f'J'Joi, "

; "they are the outward manifestations i Andrews, Miss Maud Hardee, Miss I i>l.1 Ethel Mickonzlo.\ ( d,in;jhter ofHu -- -- JUJ'UTJ\ \ILK]] \ from the Ocean licach. "
and results of the noblest form Alice Holmes, Miss Lizzie Hughlclt. Morel" I M.icljenzie: is the LoIIlolIc"rl'l'l'IHIIIIt'"t 'hl. .. .. .
of several : ..
Ann clean '0
of ambition based upon the highest degree I'anuie generously withdrew her name TITUSVillE, FLORIDA. "'4
new '
of pride." Personal pride and iu favor of the oilier throe spnperatMrs. --- -

vulgar vanity should not be confounded I, See these useful white aprons, good !bleep. JcuneKS for the pieHrrvatloii Miller' advocates of women's plentyof fine 1'ortraiti iu all the Liiletl f fit
E. N. DISVaBCK
;; for the one is as high as the other materials pockets, aud nicely made- yuiilh timid good] looks. It fx her custom Jiettijn, nt lOl'ost'lCOi/ Prop'r.

is low; one is as noble as the other ignoble only 50 cents each. Satin cushions, to take every fifth week! off tint) do nothing .

the first being exalting: and the outlined tidies, splashers, fans, lovely but sleep nap und l lie around. Fine Collect Ian \f\ h'loridtt'iew\ 5-0 .. 1 .
for Hale,
latter debasing.A white, blue and pink fascinators for The i niiicir that Mrs. Sherdian:;; abut ... ,
story Is told of "a woman who the head, stand covers, and other at. to marry Mr Lemon the enormously -- ... .

watched others closely because she desired tracte! articles. rich. peuMon attorney, in ilenlud. Mrs. Work fiiiishHl for .linntmrfi at -- -- -- --- ,, ,-
attractive I Sheridan in said to have given herself Trad 1'rlres. :;.4 -
to acquire all of the Now we stand before the old fashioned up .
qualities and avoid all the follies of fireplace, where, when we realizeit entirety' to her rt'llgloux: duties und. to the r.1
care of her children
her This was not prompted by is should to
sex.: December we expect
vanity; it was a laudable, noble am- see a big fire; but, dear Sunbeam, we I' eat Miss of Louise the IJlllt Haytions.luol''' Tralninn'tho!gnpuriutend-; School FIELD, GARDEN AND GRASS .- -- --- --

bition. Vanity would have not haveso are m Florida, so, instead of fire we f'Jrul'>IC!', btuilict her prufetoion in

discriminated in the imitation, but see a large, old stone jar filled with I Londonith riorer.ee Ni;:htin.x.ile;: und SEEDS.

would have selected any trait that leaves, vines and flowers. The mantle. wan a nun" with the l':::yptiuu eximedi[ ]|. ,: '. f

might have rendered her more pleas. holds fans, fancy bags and pictures. I lion The queen bestowed uion[ her the
the exterior. royal l red cross A Full Stock (>f Reliable Seeds,
lug and fascinating on In one corner of the room stands the

There is nothing noble or elevatingin little parlor organ, kindly loaned by I Ablest. (pplijr! In one of the few quiet Special Prices to Truckers. .!I'M ..,.

it, and the only thing it develops is Mr. Andrews, to add to the pleasure ofl and "lIrtll1l1''II.iUyi"tslllUulI'l! '' Site:; .")
I hi 1\ native of I'hilaileliihj.i' : she lives a
the overweening consciousness of our the young folks; music, vocal and in
own charms: of manner and appear. strumental.This gntet| sinuous life umonx; her booUa L. CAMERON
Ken ling frequent| iirliultts to Philadelphia ,
ance, and we all know that self con. large table on the south idc of und, New York onniaU und delivering I
scious people are the least agreeablethat the room is filled with useful and ornamental (1,1"11111, 1'Cturea. 23 K.: Bay St., Jacksonville! Fla. q

we meet. articles for ladies! and children, Mrs William IIIIIUIUI'unJerhi1t isnndftiiably ..n

thick Mrs. Wilcox should have cushions tidies, dolls, work baskets ,
We han imnuv./ Her height is a -- -- -- -

said "personal pride" instead of vanity. Christmas cards fancy bag.., dolls, little nbuve medium, rata( she lets: n full

For the "personal pride" does develop hats and, in fact, everything that r"l1n.I1Iurll: with perfectly molded .Any Article that has out

good and noble qualities. It prompts heart could wish. 'Ladius arc inconstant anus an l khunlder Her eytsare large, s"l .

us to a cultivation of our best gifts und attendance, assisted by the well dark gray; nnd the white lids n tnrleHeavy lived 22 years of competition rd y v ,
: Her nose U I shunt. and straight.uud {
talents. It inspires an artistic appre- known, genial hostess; easy chairs are Iwr complexion! a creamylute; and imitation, and sells more "11 a, ..S>. a

ciation of personal beauty; a love of near by to rest in, and, above all, the while !her hair is dark brown. and more each year must

truth and honor, and the highest mental g-KMls at very reasonable] prices: They
have'merit Dobbins' Electric
development of which we are cap- tell me the "\\la au" will be open everyday RAIinOAD JOTTINGS.

!able. 'It means neatness and a careful and evening until Christmas. Traveling fifty miles an hoar a loco- Soap, first made in 1869, "

intention. fq every detail of dress. Itlllean9 I Ccpo4Nei'. uioli\ given out S3.HIM\ ) [)UaiL'Chl is just that article. Those 'J'I
respect! and detestation of I Cocoa, Indian\ R.uer, Ha. I -
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fare known U said
eie [>efct cur to : t
tlje low and Vile It means:; nqbility qftlwactert -...-- be the threw cents: fare, on the I'UUburg who use it each week (and :! 1 ,

pujily of heart, sjmpatMipnati Traction: tumid for u dialauce uf six their name is legion,) save LAWN HOUSE .illOAK ; 1
TMthrtxtutgt Itiuifir.There's .
and a l laudable ambition to unlea. I OAK
110 need for the Hot! \ clothes and strength, and let :} /
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pxcol as a womanly woman-not a There! iI: a man who lives entirely on a

womanish one, for there are these two !houseu ife to worry overlie dinner, for ioorgi.i tram lie goes every night to soap do the work. All that I rs gFJt.:f
and womanish wom read this i lift of edibles right at her the sleeper> pays LIB $l.SO and gets in '. I' iU_ vt
kinds-womanly 't. .
its merits
the berth and through to Augusta we can say as to If ,
selection bleeps
The first has her "personal l pride" door, and make your there 'f. ::
en. from. Next night; Iwgou* buck to Atlanta.: lie pales into nothingness before .
her most FLA. .
to develop and round out LAWN ON LAKE WORTH .
ban plenty ollUO.Dil1 and never has any- ;, 1 :' ;
charming qualities and the fullest at- First, there's oyster soup with fresh timing; to say to the conductor or anybody the story it will tell, itself of i ", ... ,,jT it_>_
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In the of she
tiaiameutof her noblest ambition; the celery. way meats may elbe. .. >
and
have wild turkey, duck venison, its own perfect purity ft.
second-the womanish woman-fall* pom.
back oo her vanity which prompts her pauo, or almost any other variety of lino The in managers Riwam have of the ut principal last adopted railroad the quality, if you will give it one lsslutcllzearcl'f/ucInlet than any other House, anil :

to resort to subterfuges and a display of fish, and quail. 'round trip" system. Travelers purchasing : trial. Ask your grocer for it. o/lonlsji'ee and easy access to the Ocean Beach, ".r
The range Is wide when it comes to retnru ticket to
charms. n any point on '*"'
superficial -.- pastry of course, but the fruits are the roads malting from tit. i'ttertburg.; He has it, or will get it. Tryit to gather Sea Shells. ;. .. :' .

most plentifully profuse : Oranges, MOIICOW, the large cities on the Volga f
Oraa. Iterlpc*. next Monday Utannel confines the deep waters of the /tl" ... : '.
pamelas, l b ggnqa, IIoto.. Try to und the ports of the Block aea. will haveto (1lm'I'OIL' :

Oranges, \oe.1 healthful.besides bein As
delicious desserts be made from depend on the goodies coming from There Is in at Sacramentofor days no part. Dohbuu' of a ny point on the Lake. ; 1)t .
may elsev.here. NINA. n man jail u the original one, all Magnetics IWcUia: .
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them, the housekeeper will find them le il 1114;, Ii uiuotiveu. He has btolcnchtui and Eleclro-Kaeicaic fraudulent imiuuoiu.A l .. '
very pleasing varieties for her table. -...- in Oregon and Califurui.k.: his i. fgr Pet Vim' fUecUic:,see that our name -- jus 'I.": ._' "
method ii.u been to jump a locomotive H, cm every'wrapper, and if other Is lent : ,'" .
The following modes of preparing Just at this season, when you are < upon any t v
this excellent fruit will all be found trying to decide where to spetMl the hlainlinn' uujiuirde min a bidlug: yon by It Mat your. ,grocer. tu*.,when yon order ourvJ *,- E. HEYSER ?'r .t ri
j with the stew up nu4 Urt out on a A. Prop
economical and acceptable. winter, Is the time to subscribe forTH rat*} ride, abandoning: the wscldne L L. ClAGlM & CO., *

VIUXGR PVKAMIO.-Cut the peel iu TJ.Ql'lCo51..w, wuvu: lie hail ridden tlif enough PbtladclpbU F4

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-An-tf-...Yore.-- TUg SLOOP"LILLIAN
thc c Critical: un. We take pleasure in announcing that aIH

next issue TUB TROPICAL SfN will resume BRELSFORD BROS.,
---- its first size-an eight page sheet. B"Will
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Increasing correspondence new advertisement
JUNO. BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. and bright prospects demand
a more pretentious journal than I'llMj make Jlet/iiltr Trip 'It.life.pn HIAURS; ; IN-
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we : past Juno unit I'nlm Jtrfich for

YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2. months.! Mj =:: t'anrnyrr, furl Freight, fit. li-titt I
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'- OUT / METGtlLF 1'wpltwll.l| In Horl.li. :=:t' -. ::2 I nle'tedirln,1'oials. General Merchandise
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Your/ 1'ittmnaff* J So/h.ifI./ .
Editor na)4l1'fllilisllrr.) The croaker may talk and declare H p 0'"
I Plonda dead but capital and People Z W B. M. POTTER.
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> come here all the same. Within; n'I ttI: : c: :
'ROUND ABOUT US. month large money has been invested M o it IaIIhj
R ; ---.---., in lands orange. groves and buildingsIn a --------- Oldest Kstalilishnd. Business! Oil Lake! Worth.RAPES' .
the State. When such men ns It. II. / d ":
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j lilw" Note Concerning People and Plant II. M.1lagler, Senator Quay and L1 tI:: ;! a PAINT YOUR HOUSE !
I' Affairs In this Vicinity. others are willing to risk their money :I
-...- in Florida, less wealthy men need haveno : d cI: m:: : r Z Now In tlio time to ilo your winter

f, Capt of, II.friends P. Dye were and callers a pleasant at our population fear. Florida and every wants step towards money and Improvement H j I painting' !and .lolin If. Fisher \ FElrl'I LIZ EIS.r .

party last. and every indication of pub s is the mini who knows hone to do
saictum Thursday
on lie pride and spirit on the part of her V3Sfc Z.11ft the work properly.' Will take contracts -
Messrs C. V. Barton and P. Roh. r citizens an inducement bring them JINJ
ert.' of Palm Reach, made a short call here. Jacksonville has steadily improved SBca:: S :.(..: ttBit liy day or Job at any point
at Jnoo'and THE St'N' office Monday in material wealth though Z i I ; afternoon. _____ somewhat handicapped but her future .-. K "s 0'" < JOHN( II. FISIIKK, Soliciting Agents for Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co'AIlO
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is brighter/ today than it has been for : if5 2.: ;> 41 Melbourne, Fla.:
We are under obligation to 1'iicle the past 'five years and from every sec ttj ?:&: ?
tion of the State the ---M0- I1i1
Jimmlt" Kinsley for some fine lettuce comes cheeringnews : |
recently. This neighborly old man of new capital being invested and c=: "rti r3'3f:;! Is:
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wllne.er\ let us alone new citizens fora ting. Millionaires E. ,.
I W U/ v 2 Of
r; keep pretty well posted and generally h-i I wffi -: aM rAil Proprietors
j The grand jurors assembled! Juno ;' know where to invest, and with them j -"v :y7krrt-1: : Bodies & Godfrey
list week but owing to come many who are not so wealthy, but I cI: :
erm Circuit f-a( ,
Judge Broome the Fall of I who Ill is believed will prove good Curt has been deferred. quisitions and assist immensely in lIe.// vetociiitr!: our resources. The future td ; i t: '
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Mr. Jack Peacock, ot Cocoanut Florida very 5' or 1 .... Rough 1I11,1.lrf'HOrln/ \ o llox
Grove Biscayne Bay, has been in Juno t'(/le- .M'tni.t.. / h-f .0.. q 1'1 ; :: Di'L''J IIeLds.1'ritit, ninl. Vi"l-\'l'tlllIo'\ ('I'IIIl'A. !,
Jurkuta.l
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for the past week, attending to County t-3 '- JIItJIrM -Mills itt I
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business "with Mr. Quimby. =- : -0 -: SVTSUMA; IIICIGIITSj A Good Assortment of'l'ropicnl'frees and Plants to which Additionsare

I: Our aeigbliors{ Mr. and Mrs. \V. 11. \\ mitril:- V wnil trout, "v .y t OI.rJ: .t--I: g: .yKJ.. ; 0A C Putnam County, > Florida.or being constantly Made
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Jenkins, are both quite unwell I this About ft. ::
30 Slate correct water I'rhl'ilnd Information call
week. We hope to see them out again draft; must be in good condition. .=. t-3 1- ,. .:%. .:h n or address: on -
in the course of a few days. Cheap, cash. C5. :-1<::01., tIJ: r
C 0 !: 3t It-oENK: ItiuixKiin: inn: \ Oallio, Flu
Post Office
Jacksonville FLORIDA.On
PALM BEACH DADE COUNTY .
We appreciate the kindly hesitation ,
2. ;tlr nwAUiiSTii.ixo: (Cocoa, Flu.,
I ., coming presence to to Tit a dance SUN requesting at the Brown our ; ) a:;; "b .".. 0:::: :..;.. .. .y yC C) :'l.'J: AK) *>ntH for Indian Hiver.Lands ( Lake Worth.) 5-.14
Work "'.11' ', t"
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House Palm Reach; this evening. s. :
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1 Fine weather plenty of fish ducks! family young wants employment Address tI'M"-:: ( = 0 ___..- - ___._ _H_ ___
coming in rapidly, and oranges ripening LEO KRAt'SE.I'ort :; t'i For Sale.

i// are-offered/all these tourists inducements in this! region.to a visit I Richey 1'asco Co., l'la.Ay '-i' .o..... ro.i H:1__ _' .:& .,"== .-._ One Hundred and\ Sixtv acres of
ru s'
.Visitors to -Ji'no are frequent and ti gaud. pineappU land within it third
heir visits to THE SUN office are appreciated C. ('. UKANXINC, of :11 mile or Lake U'oilli nod! luca-
T -especially when "they feel encouraged l.rJ.: a I led. in the u. D.
""I .; Name: sivtion aa Ifypoluxo '- Hendrickson
to say a word of encouragement JEWELER. 0o Ixjm... 5" '' olllce
; po t Also One Ilnn-( ,
to encourage courage in those ..... ;
lacking courage." ..__.__ I I.11I1' w'o.rL. ftr.1 .I.nrnnrr.. .., thnmiriu.. .. '. -.. :I. '" g- 0 erect and Sixty acre l 1.\ hug aL Ihrsontli
"i'iittHlKi'iin.> I'rB-lli'Kl ,K\H'r; | i-nn*. :=' :> end of Luke U'orllt bung( onLliu
Mr. and Mrs! G. W. Reynolds of
, r Palm Beach arrived last week from (liriM.IMIIAS I KM/ Kit: .'1.\, I:) o caW C! County road. This tract einlirnt'FH DKAT.RU IX-

t ,t their summering in Rhode Island. 03 3o Home excellent coi-oannt l,
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vi" Their return South was delayed by the s g pineaipi/ | and \'g-I'Llhl": l land :and
'': illness1 of Mr. Reynolds, whom we hope I' Mj 0'\ i in pail hum mock.I .
to see speedily reco'er.r -
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ExcursioNI d =" E" I have fcvcnil" other trusts and

U .M r. Scott, of Pratt Bros., newspaper .h-// f* 3- i any or them arn for inat\ n moclfrate General Merchandise
N establishment, of 1'alatka is on the u 1-4.. :
Lake this week taking a short vacation'e Ticket Are Bought:; Sold and .-: prii-c. Address :

after aauwmerofhard work. lie gave Kxehanged: on Mont Advantageous! > 1-4 5'f G H. 1C. CIIAUTKKS; ( : .
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us a pleasant call yesterday, express. Term to Patrons hJ'H.MAYNARD te{ 5W : J.3111111f: !) : I'ulni Bench, Fla.
himself highly with '
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section and country.' .. .-.----. I, I Z 5'H"- -- Lake Worth, : : Florida.

,. t Member of the American. Ticket
The Puliii llrarh Vnrlit ('1..". rr HOE! FOR PINFAPPLES & COCOANUTSOR ,
--.. ._- Brokers Association: : > A.l
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On Saturday Dec. jiu, a well at. 95 WEST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. e
tff1tofl-fl
teuded meeting of the Palm Beach Any other tropical fruits yon may fnf ryrfflt flfrl rrnff TffffnrrffrrfrSpecial
r it Yacht Club was held at the club lions'. eurrt'Pitl..tc'IIC'C'' suuc.1t c'cI. va wish to .
4 'i. This was the first regular meeting oft 1 ten-acre lulu grow.Four ( Attention Given to Mail Orders j
bootleg" on
dy the season and the members all expressed I If
t much pleasure at being able to Lake WIII'Lh'c'st( :Side; ) fur stile 1r
enjoy club bouse at last. in Lulus ( 't''I'''. Only uric l'f,11Ifl'nlll ,

r They quarters upon are(the. certainly Alter possession the to be regular congratulated such businessof elegant THE CARPET PALACE I bunt WIIVM.Thrcii Iteiiviit; Lyinan'g. store hiiilI f Goods and Prices guaranteed. j IV I-

r the evening was over the billiard! <|iiirlerfl: I 1 and pool tables until the Lake .. aaa as auaaaaaaaa aaaa.aaaa
were kept busy to FarrellV trail ; onlyone
t quite late. Some of the boys play 48 West Bay St., Jacksonville: Fla. hllll.II'I'11! yards: over lo the sea
good billiards. Mr.( Parkin is the
champion so far; he plays a very strong Where von will lint nl. the l.nn'rsl t 1'rin-i |Ih|M., |1IC'.t!( Selected. Slock, of llO.'ldl.f.r .

pame. Many of the others are I improving {',\iU'ETS. ;MATTINCS.; UL'KS: SIIA 11I'01;:; L CLOTHS) *!t!> ).( per! acre and. up. Owner of Schooners "Mary B." and ""Emily "
: rapidly I however, and by another ;MOSijriTO) NETS COIiMCK( ; POLKS; LACK I; (Tall and Ken samplon of tropical .,

9 reason with Palm billiard Beach will experts.be fairly The bristling fine- Cl'KTAlNS I Knniiliiie < 'uverinjja SM-eialty.| growth on n.ljlllllllllIIILH.( Plying Between Lake Worth and Jackson ,

reading room upstairs will be opened ;Mail OrdersV, ill Kciciuour" Diet < 'III'I-flli Allen lion. Si-nd forSiniili'K l-:.. K. JlltAIII \',
and will be well anti| I'rict'S. ville. Also of Steamer "Lake "
Worth
with very soon the leading supplied and ; | 5-a: Jewell, Dado( ('0.. Fla.J making

tiudlclAlliof the state newspapers and country. pc- | CLARK & CORBETf, 43 WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. PL03IDA daily trips between Juno and Palm Be. cll.c1
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K- t Florida Trunk Lino. Tampa' short'\ 1.1 itt'. 1 f )Y' EAU GAI.LIK, FI.A.

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