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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: April 15, 1892
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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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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I [ c"'flalofllOl'rrf;/ :mien* wi icwi.r,7of/c-ii f.MM.w lUll. dot ret, w n,, r"l7'". J 1 JUNO (ON 'XE WORTH) BADE COUNTY.., FLORIDA, APRIL 14" 1892. VOL. VI. NO. .8 r.I I::1'



Even if a good first crop should be obtained HERE AND THERE. tensive, traveler but tli's! was the first COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. easy it was to navigate a 12-Inch

.I the second will not pay its own ----... -- time he had ever realized the wonder -.- stringer, pirouetted into the swim, and 'f
of when oils beauty of tropical Florid lIe the crowd the
for this best
expenses reasons: sang doxology.
This and That ,
I Scraps of News About Interesting Items Gathered by our Scribi .
the suckers appear which go to make was greatly pleased with hU! visit her .
the second crop of apples, and begin! to And Different Things. and with what he witnessed. Throughout th County. Admiral Porter with the "terser

.II fruit the weight of the growing apple -..- '.. Lily" made the trip from Palm Beachto
RIVER RIPPLES. gradually bends the sucker, which Captains Charlie Earnest and Gc daily mail service ends tomorrow -' West Hypo-in-tbe-woods, in about i
I -.- bears it, outward and breaks it down, Lyman were visitors at Juno from the ood Monday next the Jupiter nu; PALM BEACH BREEZES 8 hour, having on board all there was j;
lAke Worth trains their ---.e- left of his Bro. Wit(, since the '
Personals and Happenings at the! giving a poor sun-burned apple unmarketable lower Lake last Saturday. *" resume sun: [ mumps .
Events and therefore unprofitable.Why -, -- !,n'er) sclicclule. Sea-bathing and swimming are still threw him-collar and elbow-mostly
Thriving Towns Along the is this so? Simply because th< "Two large bald eagles were among among the standard attractions.Ben collar. We hope Wilford will soon re t
Indian River afford I [.r. O. Waters received a nice scection cuperate.
Famous plants being set so far apart nf the feathered trophies! of one of the r
. As Noted by Our Regular Correspondent support whatever to each other and tic most successful young bunters on the of ro es and chrysanthemum Potter has succumbed to the ep!. RDTHV8N. !.
attached 'rim Springfield, Ohio this week- demic, and is now nursing a swelled \ ''I
suckers being only lightly up Lake : --- -. .-. ..
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it/iaoruincnts for. the Kollock IIous
the parent plant are easily broken ol\ neck. ____ \ .1\\
INDI&NOLA ITEMS. When set out say 20 or 22 inches, the JA Ile? a pleasant visit to the Lake grounds.' Florida at Chlrago.CincAc.o :

-.- growing plant spreads out each .halfway Bishop Weed went home last week ;, The launch "Margaret" is entirely!; --...-... Fi I,

Patterson of Cocoa was the to its neighbor, Interlocking the stopping over Jupiter, however ami .,.Contractor Merritt has the piling! restored after her Inlet mishap las April 8.-Arthur C. Jack. ',
Mrs. ,
lorg leaves completely covering the service there in the stringers and caps! for all the bridge week. and
of Mrs N. R. Johnstone last conducting even son; Joseph Hirsht, the Florida state
guest ground and affording the necessary between Lake Worth and Biscayn
ing. commissioners today applied for
week _____ to each other, thus causing a Buy framed and at the several inlet f 2,000 t
I support Mr. Topf of Cincinnati, left Pain [eet space in the forestry building, and :
% staunch upright stem and apple and The schooner B." in amid rivers ready to complete his worln Beach on Tuesday morning. He wit Jn increase of 1,000 in the mines and
"Mary came :
We are told that a dance was given thereby obtaining the best results.I $ soon as the planking arrives for tin( buildin the 'I
be missed. Anining to Standrd.
one evening last week at Prof. Koer. desire to extend my warmest over the bar at 5 a. m. Sunday, having, bridges ,- Special I.dNewspaper
ger s. Several ol the young people thanks for the courtesies extended me made a good run from Jacksotivill I
I with a cargo of general tiicrchandts ;The Canal Co's. has I Dr. Potter is growing better slowly ,
from Cocoa were present. by the genial Lake people, and to assure dredge cut I i a .
them all that I have given them the and lumber channel! about half the way from Jupi He is down at Figulus trying to regau .
Adverll the BeU
lng
Church !
The ladies' society of G. K. with the to and the smoke from the : his strength
I benefit of my own experience tcr Juno, _____ 1- ...
was entertained at Mrs. M. Thompson'slast pineapple and desire heartily a great Mrs. Mary S. Leonard, a regula busy machine is plainly I disccrnibli'roin i 'IiI

,l week t success for all who enter the business winter visitor at Hotel Lake Worth for here. _______ Miss Nanny Kimberly has recovered One line of newspaper advertising U( j jtire
Lake Worth and its wealth of pine several seasons past, left last week for from a slight attack of asthma whict worth more to a business than an en- I!

Mr. Bergmann and dauehterspent apple land has a great future, but it her home in Burlington; Iowa after i a t The editor of Tug SUN Is In receip she contracted during a nap in the handbill. A guest of the Windsor '
I Thursday of last week with Mrs. Hatch, must be intelligently planted and cultivated pleasant sojourn for several mouth: if an invitation to attend the entertain: hammock one night last week. Sh Hotel was Inquiring about tier various i

at City Point. to win success. Give them but among friends here. nentgiven by the "Merchants Wee( cannot remain ill down at Lake Worth routes North yesterday and was told w.

half a chance and they will flourish. Association," of Savannah, beginning ,,' that some of the many dodgers and
T. P. \Vallace's THOMAS E. RICHARDS.SiUer Telegraph poles are being erected : Mr. and Mrs. Pltktn left on Pridas handbills hanging to posts about the
Work has been begun on May 9th, 1892, the entertainment being
along the west side of Lake Worth and for Chicago. They will come again streets would probably give him the
will
it
finished
house-when tendered the
new .-. as soon as they are all up according to complimentary by" men and see more of the Lake. Mrs. Pit desired information. He replied "I
be quite an addition to our community.Our King Fishing on Indian Ill>er. contract the Western Union company; chants of the "Forest-.. City.- kin has learned to be a sailor as have ever read them. I read newspapers

winter visitors have about all -.- will stretch their wires from Jupite Mr. F. E. Brown is the efficient and so many of our timid ladies here. Mr for such information." This demonstrates -
returned to their homes and thingsare southward. "The world do move' gentlemanly tonsorial artist at the W. G. Lewis started for the North on a fact known to all, that a small i
<< quiet as they used to be-very Mr. James Russell sends us the following and Lake Worth is i surely "in it." Cocoanut Grove House. Mr. Brown the same boat.XflendricUson's. |advertisement in a newspaper will be.
record of tarpon catches at St. -- read by the class of intended
people
came to the Lake from Titusville suffering very
quiet
T. & W. is
K. bringing
The J. Ry.
Lucie : sharpie made a hasty to be reached while dodgersand 1
N. E. Rice three length ft. 7 In., from the Indian River section licav;' from a distressing cough; but ha
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and successful start for Biscayne Bayon bills are never read by them.
We are greatly in need of rain. The weight, 82 ",.{Iength. 4 ft. 6 lu., weight, trains of oranges. The growers then almost probably entirely retain his recovered.position next He season will\ Friday. She was engaged by Mr.1 i A clerk at one of the city hotels says
tiees have bloomed exceedinglyfull IU. ft. in., weight, ftolli.Win. invariably hold the fruit every seasoi
orange 42 ; length 5 3 as his services have been and Mrs. Dewey about two o clock, he has noticed the past winter that
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but the young fruit is not hold ng Brooks, one; weight 42 lb. until March and April, and as a cOtlse.9.uence sallsfac bry to his very was fitted up and at Dewey's wharf at travelers all depended on the paper
on account.of the dry weather. Angie Souy two ;; length 6 ft. It in., fancy prices are obtained -patrons.- nix and packed and off for the Inlet at for information as to routes and class

M...... i purchased another weight, 160 Ibs,, length, 5 ft. 9 in., Ihe Indian River's are now quoted at 'The launch "Silver King" having six thirty. She went out at once on the accommodation. He bad thousands of

Dr. Hill recently in midst and U now weight. 115 Ibs. i from 13.75'015.00 per bo' 'J'bey."nubolo1 tiW i\rd Messrs. Dwyer and Lee, of'. high tide and passed the Dimick bath bills at his stand, but few evei lookedat
piece of land our C. K. Ridgway. two ; 5 ft. i iV. in., the fruit down there without fe.J .
outside
Hotel 1 Indian River Rock Ledge,' and huuse.yn the at 8:30, with a them.
for a erove.
: having it prepared to see the steady setting Improve. weight 109 Ib*.; length, 5 ft. 9 in-, of it beiug frosted. folusia COUMJAfford. the hotel's crew of officers, made a west wind and a smooth sea. She probably This is not only the case with men

We are glad weight 91 Ibs. start last week 'or a trip down the reached Biscayne by day-break.I but women also. Did you ever see a

went ______ N. M. George, six ; river and to the lake. Unl'ortunately The boys built a fine beacon light on lady stop to read handbills on the
Length.. 4 ft. 5 in., weight, 43 lb.. Rev. P.. I' Gale conducted Congregational the boat became disabled about four the bath house beach on Friday nght! street? No, but you have seen them
The shipping of fruits and vegetablesis 5ft.7In., 110" service at the East miles south of Eden, and to the disappointment to greet the two boats which had scan every advertisement in a paper.
about over with in this section, the I 5 ft. 9 in., 97" bide School House last Sunday) of the entire party was 'carted for Biscayne. The sharpie sent The handbill plan may do for a few.

last consignments being made a few .". 4 ft. tt a 56" morning, and in the carters of the forced to turn back and abandon the a blast from the conch over the waterat I but"i newspoper will do fur all and
days ago. The general expression is 6 ft. IJ2" Cocoanut Grove House in the eveningHe !:. trip-for at least. The 8:30 and an exchange of rifle signals I through such mediums can the public .
that the returns for oranges have been 6 ft. 4 in., '5? will be ou the Lake next Sunday. steamer St. Sebastian towed the Silver was fired, but the second boat, the be reached and patronage secured.

good throughout. R. S. Quay, one ; length, ,6 It. 3 in., at which time he will hold moruiii;): King back up the river. "Saucy Lass," was too saucy to put in I Everybody reads newspapers and .o

McDonald left weight 122 Ibs. service at the school house, and evening 'an appearance that night. The one cares to read bills. The accumulation -
Mr. aad Mrs. John short trip Miss Pryde Quay, one ; length, 5 ft. service at either the hotel or iu the One of the important property trans "Saucy Lass" with Messrs. Robert, i of paper trash on the streets '
for
last Thursday morning a 2 in., weigbt.84Ibs. club rooms at Palm lleach. The sub fers of the season on Lake Worth was Heartland Patterson aboard and under I here shows this fact.Jacktonv\ll
tc their grove at Satsuma McDonald Height.will Miss Mary Quay one ; length, 5 ft. ject of his talk in the evening will Ix by Mr.W. S. Clow, a prominent iron command of Guy Bradley, left DImick s Metropolis. -
Upon his return Mr. 2 in.; weight, I So Ibs. the progress of mission work in this and foundry man of Pittsburg, Pa., ol wharf at 3 o'clock Friday afternoonwell I ---
immediately begin his new house,just Over forty more were caught but no State, under his superintendence. Hi fifty-six acres of improved and unimproved laden with the "good things of .. '-

north of Dr. Hill's residence. record of size or weight was made has been very successful in establish pineapple laud on the West life, especially dress suits and "grub. .

a The recent'Bazaar held by the ladies' -----. .-.r- jug churches a d missions in sparsel' Side. Forty-nine acres of the purchase T le gentlemen are bound for a good I iaael-Maruh. ,
ol Grace Episcopal Church, of I populated districts and has done much: was from Mr. L. 1>. Hillhouse, five time and they will have it, from the .,
society Merrill we are told a grand success Ladies desiring pretty new Spring good S work for his church. acres from Mr. J. J. White and two I looks of things They bad nearly) as 'MARRIED :-on morning of April
was.
both financially and socially. Thesecretary's suits can get the\goods for them at the ----- acres from llrelsford Bros. This purchase vociferous a sendoff as had the bride th. 1892 at the Episcopal church
books show the net receiptsto Lake Worth Store. Bhehallan Mr. Frederick Robert has adopted a. embraced several acres of bearing and groom. Then followed the sharpie by the Rev. Joseph N. MalCord, Mr. j

be -that will immediately be .-. commendable sc e'ue f.r the improve. pines and all the improved portion with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey aboard Franz Kinzel, of New York and Miss
f
115 the bill for the painting.Mrs. went of his property recently purchased of the Hillhouse homesteHd. Mr. bound for their IonIC talked of Biscayne Elizabeth T. Marsh of Chicago.
applied on Itegatta. near the Cocoanut Grove House Clow expects to interest some of his Bay trip. She flew past Dimick's dockin The many friends of Mr. Kinzel and I'

R. II. Kinnear and wife, of -..-- Many prominent people have expressed tnonied friends at Putsburg in the : a happy mood everything favored Miss Marsh were pleased to witness

Columbus Ohio, who have been -the Boat race to cuiniiieni'i at luo'rliirk.. April a desire to have a cottage near tin great pineapple Industry of this region. i inoou, wind and tide, and two hours tbe interesting ceremony in the little

guests of John D. Gretber for the past 3!>. IHIU. Dlxlani-eof" rnce vii lullrx, Ir"",,. hotel, so Mr. Robert has arranged tc / -- 'I later she was sailing past the bath church, "Bethesda by the Sea." Will.log ,
six weeks returned home last Thursday guiarnunw. b.ngthofdlarrrut. i-limne "I' run a beautiful avenue through Inland r:l\lr. and Mrs. Stone left the lake this bouse beach on the quietest sea imagin hands had-previously covered the
During his stay on the river :\d r. boat "tullnwtf: from Lake to Ocean and will cut week Mr. Stone having completed the able. Mrs. Dewey's first "outside" [walls with arching palms and freshest I
Kinnear purchased T. I*. Wallace's Iwt rluM built from 20 feet and up. up the strip into building lots facing!: term of his management of the trip had the most happy attendant cir (erus. Front sides and back were S,T I
beautiful home and part of his grove. :rid class. If. fret and under :SO. this avenue. These lots will be sold Lake Worth. Mi. Stone has IIotci- eum taucel. Their friends looked after beautifully decorated. Fresh white .

8rd class "UI' to 10 nut only subject to certain values iu coat 01 sustained his reputation as a them with congratulatory; envy. Mowers-oleanders, lilies and orange I

At last we are to have a respectable fries 1,1 viitrumit fit*ol each class. ol boat residences erected thereon etc. The. and successful manager and as a result! :: blossoms mingled with the green of
wbarf for Indianola. It is to be the a.. luUountl \ I lots are already staked out and inproveutents of his efforts the hotel has had an ua r-" ... ferns and palms on altar desk and

property of the settlement and is to be .t class. *!a fl<>. will now begin to be ready usually prosperous season and its pat om core.-- -- chancel rail. Never had northern
put in good condition from a lund sub- 2lul" S.OO.' before another season comes. On out rons have left better pleased than ever I bride such handsome bridal decora- .
scribed for the purpose by the neigh 8r.I" 1.00. of these lots be will first erect a beautiful before Mr. Stone goes from here to I -.e. tions. Cocoanut palm fronds twenty

bors. Wharfage will hereafter keep it Boston Yacht Club rule to Ue use.). ) house for himself.! Osteeu where he will palll\! few weeks Ben-jam-in 'few cau. feet long making gothic arches ; pal.
up. Our harf-house is to be painted Bust Meaurer Kduiuiwou: and I. Ijiw.on. ou his property there and will then metto fingered palms elevated in happy
e white with a red roof and the name Tim Keeper s J. A. Urureit I and J. KMallory. A SCK reporter Nurseries enjoyed a visit week to tin 111 proceed to the elegant new Hotel Many see the promised land in Cleve. triumph ; stately rushes ; dainty ferns;

"Indianola" on top. We certainly JUUKM. ; J.... A, Hud.u4 and PuntKrorgrl. Ialui Beach last Neversink on Neversink Mountainnear laud. orange blossoms fresh from the trees;
sneezed then. company with the enterprising propri banks of snow-wnite oleanders and
cannot be at I numhei Reading, l'a. This elegant hostelry
Messr llrelsford. The
Tub race, diMtanre. 50 yard, entrance err and etors variety, of choice aud rare fruit .IIH] of 166 guest rooms, besides all Presidential aspirants are so numerous purest lilies I The strains of the Wedding
J- ____ 23: cent. ornauietal trees beiuK propagated l loi general rooms has just been completedwith that we must Culloni. / March stole over the assembly of
Till of war,entrance fee,25c.Kaik ; Important all the modern appliances, con. waiting friends at 9:30, announcing th$
_-" w Nut to Pant i'Inrappt.a r....., market was a genuine and surprise.innovation veuiences and service, and Mr. Hill is too rocky-a mere bump, on entrance of the hndallarty. At the
/ -.- tree for every improvements Stone been engaged to it the body politics--a rising on the Tammany chancel Mr. the
/ (immr pule, print un tip both in their stock business bas manage i .i
Editor TKOPICAL Ken nursery happy couple, and after a moment'ssilence
iu connection ith his mammoth resort : corpus. '
body.
of beautifying! .then triage
and In the
matter
I have only just returned from a very Grand dame. to rom".e..t A o'clock. valuable by ocean avenues, hotel,Paxiuosa Inn near Easton Pa., conducted the beautiful mar.,
Worth country &, .. property mountains weather is and that ceremony. The rector's earnestness t-
pleasant trip to the Lake II. KiTcui.su I'" etc. the both these hotels being ou The so dry hot '
filling grading are on program
made tbe solemn words more im.
where I had the pleasure of lookingover .. .-..--,-- I for the summer season. These So miles apart. / Stites' fancy fowls are laying baked and I.
pressive to listening ear
the pineapple interests of that of the r I.'ggs-so they say. every t
gentlemen certainly possess one \ ._. +. heart was filled with holiest ij
re- white dress goods has every
country. In reponse to a general A fine lot oi choicest of Laite Worth propertiesand %
of Worth Store. very Palmer-an apostate republican thought when the gracious benedictionfell
had the the Lake
trout those I pleasure been received at
quest it is matter of gratification to WINKLES. .
a
WORTH
communicate USE elected senator by boodleized grangers, upon it A piping bird sent his
I desire to .
meeting .-. their itiauy friends that they contemplate the windows 1
the columns of TUB SUN -.- cau claim the coundeuce ot no partya carol of love through open

through opinion of their lands mode of eultiva.1 Florida and California.Tb \ the referred important to. Improvements and |The season is drawing to a close but fossilued /Hopper and the bride and groom turned to receive
changes wishes of their
tion ae. I could not meet and talk I -.- still the late tourist delights to linger -- the hearty good I
Burkbardt who is visitingat I
Mr. II. the
in' J friends who pressed through
with all the gentlemen interested this allow lug data will ... of Intercut to. That gallant old tar Capt. N. Sauu- away from northern storms. The M..n. Lyman's has returned from' church to the strains 01 tbe Wedding
this business and therefore take bow the ell mat* and teuiieratureul | charm of Florida's April weather cauouly
Much an wonder hers has lifted anchor and returned to New River. He took a little walkdown March from Lohengrin. The steamers
opportunity having a talk with myfellow and ludlao lUier com- be appreciated after an actual I
Ijik" Worth
his den farm. Captain letter. It is
pineapple theie to get a very lay at the wharf to carry the bridal
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gro'ers.In land I lookedat pant with that ol Huuthferu ('alldiriifa. TU I Saunders aud his brother and J. K.Hepburn trial. hard to break off old habits. party away Mr, and Mrs. Kinzel and .
the first place all the Florida report I Is takeu from tb"Uo.t.IIIII'.1Ie ot Jupiter have had a'I.'ry their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Pitkin and
rood pineapple land but unfortunately have CUttee at Jupiter .bile the California iuccessful season of pompano fishing Dr. R. B. Potter, ex-member of the Rumors are rife of monster projectson Mr. Lewis, started at once for the In.
nearly all the planters figure* an Iron) data complied by llev.Jr, on the Lake and only ceased opera. Florida legislature and now the stand the tapis. Hack lines to Miami dian River on steamer "Lake Worth."
started wrong and will turtle reap dire Headenou. Judd !'ho fa rv liliug. at Lu Angelrn lions because of their inability to get by phy.iciau of this section has been loo-acre pineapple out-puts, Old man Other friends accompanied them as far

results ike leconJ year. They in all have CullforuluiPEIKUHCB their supply of ice regularly from Ita. dangerously ill, but is now improvingand B's. probable purchase-in the near as Juno. Tbe "Wild Cat" and the

planted too far apart-and my 'HI_TUEKUOMKTJ.U, alan River. Pefore leavlnhere i it is hoped will seen be attending future of a pair of brogans. The "Margaret" took, the guests back to
experience I have never known success staunch craft the usual. world do move-don't um?
fitted out his bill patients as Palm Beach. Showers of rice volleysof
feet-
to come in planting over two Loa Anffeletf. Jupiter.HlKbwt "Matte S." with new blocks, lines aud old shoes fusilade from the
a
from 20 tow inches is right for our '1'5. xe pulleys adorned her with a handsome. Bishop Weed has been here on his 'We understand that Capt H. D. handkerchiefs wishes guns and
lit good
trifle for the Ui.ert 1111 SiMean. Worth. The his usual luck with that waving
common pines-a more crowned her colors annual visit to Lake Pierce has had
71EK foot U. S. flag and
0 a voices sent the boats happily off.
larger varieties. as o nis for making sue and church was literally packed at the service odoriferous crop-the onion. He isnowready merry
whihre .J."t'4RY. 'U:1. with, i a gay burgee of the fame The bridal party took tbe train at Juno
statement so much at .. vessel. Sunday. After a sermon that was to assist that lachrymose
of his worthy
the
bearing name take boat for ft
for Jupiter whence to -
variance with the Lake Worth methods =C If ff The boat was also newly fitted out aud unusually forcible and appropriate poet James Wbitcomb Riley in drawing tusville. From there they went directly -
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is this: Muss newly furnished with, a set of decorated even for Bishop Weed the solemn ordinance tears frpm the public eye. to Cuba, where they will proba..lyspeod
endure the FKBHfABV 'iI a administered
,
The will not of confirmation was -
pineapple
? all
direct HlKbe.!. TJv 5 china ware, silver table ware and of II. P. Dye in charge of the a month. They will perhaps ex.
beat of our burning sun shining B> u of well-appointed to a class of six, consisting Capt.
Luwmt f the paraphernalia a tend their trip to Jamaica before their
launch "Wild Cat brought a
themselves till
and wife Judge A. naphtha
ly on the ground. They Ueaa, 8* Charles I. Cragin
must furnish shade by their own leaves cruiser. E. He)ser and,.wile Charles A.Lane andMrs. load of tourists down our way sightseeing return to their West Side Lake Worth
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bullden'b.a
which will t in the
and when planted feet apart U. V. Heudrtckson, The Bishop landing at the Hypoluxo Beach home e
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they accompanied
can never be made to cover the White dress goods-a. pleasing variety Mr. G. Nostrand Weed Smith his visit, reaidined; on the Lake for several days. wharf. One of the genu in skipping .* meantime, A very: 4 ppy ," I

and soon the sun burns the very life in styles and prices at the Lake his friend. Bishop Smith, on is an ex.'I-C ?r. Tirc.fhaiux. about, la order to show the ladies how
I to the Lake Mr. -.I
out of the toil and the plants perish. Worth Store. ..... -
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I _e Steamer _-;.. ,
t : Take the J., T. jA. 11RutoTitttsl'illeonrllie

...,_ bellrnuoref'ut6age, .on Lake St. Lucie or St. Sebastian( from there to Jupiter
_WoMh, will be krpt'open for guests
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throughout: the year.' This Vlpoi !!-
i :. ""iintpluc;( tlias been very !successful! I E. E. VAILL PROPRIETOR.
-illI fti>tinn and ninny of its regular 4. ,
t gu< '"tshavp'nmTlxiard: alrendy'enage I !; <<" rooms

; for o'xLI'on., .
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1 ".. ..The Tropical Hotel( ROCK Ledge, IJ
\. ha been nne of the most )popular
in the Stair. It has really been to -
J small for the business!!, consequently '
: next' season visitors to the licau.tif'il'x'pot /-r- 'IJJPW :r-Z
( ;;, will find( a large and per -

f r _fILly appointed hotel in its! stead
-int. Augustine Tatter.
--...-- t-r,9 I i i S a

The Windsor!! Hotel of Jackson
vine, which stands well in the '
." list of flrsL.claee hotels of up the State The largest and most centrally located Hotel on Lake

'. The lull many he kept tourists open throughout until May FlorIda 1st KOCKLEDr.E, ONMN'DIAN'-RIVER, FLORIDA.\ Worth, is situated in the midst of fine residencesand

who wish to prolong their stay LOCATED UI'OX TilE IIAXKS OF THE FAMOUS RIVER O.V .1 cocoanut groves and is only ten minutes
( in the Stale ns long as possible and ,
then enjoy tho Windsor's hospital. Picturesque Coquina Ledge. walk from the Ocean Beach.
: I itie on their WRY North will be delighted .
to I hear this' Steamers land in front of Hotel House Newly Furnished Throughout.

I. RATES: $2.50 TO $3.00 era PAY. !SPECIAL: WEEKLY RATES .
,
E. N. DIM CK
The 'Florida" House, under the Proprietor.

) able management or Mr. Skiles, is I PECK & MOON, Proprietors. 6-4

' having a most sneeessrlll' : season. 44 _______ __ n __ __
This is the llrwt year the gentlemanhas .
had charge of the liou"p, although .1
identified with it for several, THE
years, but he bas given general sati'Tadi'M "PECK HOUSE"An

I i ). Ili" !guests speak in THE CARLETON Excellent Hotel, en the Dellraoore *trllottageJ

I and high the terms good of! service the excellent of the cuisine house. : Bank of the Lovely end Famous I

i.: -6.'. Augustine Tutler.KlnrMk JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Indian fiber, at OX LAKE: '

t:' At.-Tint.-Fair.JACKSONVILLE -. COCOA FLA., PALM BEL. CH, : LQRIDA.A ..

r., -.- One Ilcnullfiill) I.ncatO'l l 1'1"1001111I,111I11, ('''''''II''. CommnmU n FinaVlatriit, the LAke on"
1focL
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Mile/torn ledge througha
a :: J.<'L.\., March 31. "..irli It Kmntt,,and ID care: to tho Son Ititnc'i.
, Henry M. Flagler( New York r '' S !'rV J t c ChClrlllil'fArl'lue of May.niJtcent

today su'iscribt-d' $20,000 toward Orange oleander, fl4R.B.MOORE, PROP'R.
Florida's World's Fair fund of 14 Palmetto and Trofftal Trees (l/1cl'
$200,000 to be raised( the plan Yr' 9g'
upon l'lant, on the Shores af e
I proposed by Arthur (J. Jackson the L'nrioillfil Jiirer.
,. that elll'h subscriber shall lie given
adveilUing: space in n paper to 1.1'if. Telegraphic Cotiimunku olJ.1. HOTEL LAKE WORTH

..,.. --- distributed at the Exposition. Mr. Steamers Daily Mail. i
Flagler donates!! all the space ac- ,
C"ediled\ to him under his subscription TERMS: $g TO$:i PER DA Y.fywi.il .
to descriptive sketch of FlorIda Rates n'r It'wfr.
reserving hone fur hiateelf.fhe ILAKE
3. P. DUGAS D. PECK
,
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plan' meeting great WORTH ,FLORIDA
,
i &uciess arid tho full uaouutor$200,000willandoubtedlylu 4*! Proprietors.
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( ) railed.:. -

I' TO-II.-M I U"t. KM IIIIHK 1 iiiinoiincedI --.- I Is cJmrmingli/Iocntcd on the highest ground, and nearer
III i Arthur C.
< iiipiiiiitini' "
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i ,'. : r Jackson and Josfidi' 11 tn t us commissioners ... Jacksonville, the Sea Beach than any other Hotel on Lake 1T rth. f
Windsor Hotel
!! for Florida to lakecharge Florida.
i of the collection und disbursement ,
:
of this fund. The oh Favorably Located: llnu onunderthe| ,! |Iwr.nunl.upervl.iounr Sets the best t table, and ores pure, filtered rain a ate)
I state directory has announced Its All Modern Conveniences: W K. A. II. !'.\I.M I"".I IU.of tho jth A icllilfllotrl
S.w Yiirk Tim Wl I Sli.olt" .I.a H-ITI| ,
i. Inability to raise. $100,000 on the vTES.$3.00 PER D VY. SPECIAL RATES FOE PARTIES aom..hke Intel wish BUM nur wrvlc-u HIM! I
and i 18I .. ... H. P. DYE!
,
q county apportionment' plan nuUine. It b. ml uiiKliirii runtuiiluiu f Muil Proprietor.
4'I preparing to disband.. -i>ae t .l eira. beat in tlid.,'v. An exvvlifiil OirhvHrn linn
51 (Late of Watklnt" Glen, N. Y.) iwen.ng.gedhrlhu.e..ai. Fur turthurIii.
5Cc.
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} fonuHtivn
,,/, ; '. MdilreMWIXO ,? t ; How lie Stopped the I'uprr. JACKS'IXMLLK:, .'1.\.
t : A. II. I'ul-niir. } ------- --.. _- -
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I'm-tner
unnii'ic I i-lU
'j It is not an uncommon thing for I

i t the or.linar'lndh'ldual, to get angry; Choice Location in the Most Interestn: '

{ 1 !I d; at newspaper something l and that stop is bin printed subscription. in a- and arming City of the South. Ir-- "- ? :
The Travelers Hoiei : ; ; ; jtir:;; _
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render The is bigger the more fool'display a newspaper of himself JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I ;/ --- --.- -. -" -;--- --- s

.:: !!. A brick located : ? ? ;:;= {
I ho usually! makes when 1 he &.;; r ._. new bold on ? -"Z- ; - --r
,11 slops his paper." .: '" "!I ::- Bay Ft., near railroad: depots and : :\1
It is related that a subscriber to c ; iii itramhoat landings, street cars for : fc n

the New York Tribune. in the day all parts of the city passing every -tr ... '-l.. ,.. IT} m I
I of Horace Greeley came into the : t dye miuutes. : r 1:
f en: iai This house is perfect in all of its '1'rW; I ; : }.'i'+(' :4':'l'; 1 Q /J/W'n'f..
office in a rage and insisted on see ; ff ,
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.>, 1liit4'rRt! tfcij. e (
r in;.: the great editor. When be had W p 32,tHaa{Ffci'ii' i''-! *; + pgAiDi! rJ9. M appointment!, lia-in all modern ;i\f\r t ;_' ':r' l ll"l ;' .' :

i. reached the sanctum he Interrupted ... ", c o,,) .A1"E.L" ;; con\'enlencl's-including hot and ,- m!{ J-!!j \1;{ .
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cold baths electric
: bells closets :
oeC: on
Mr.Grreley'with the exclamation ; \ '
z i; ,. t eltt. ;
I "I have stopped youi d-d paper." CQ ":. every floor J7"Katug: reduced to ;:S t.'t"I: '1""i :.t" ::. f: : ://t.- ; ",.I' '
r, "Whatyou don't mean it !" said 12 per day. 5-1) 'It y''i. .' "
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t't! Mr. Greeley in apparent surprise! a e c:0' f .. (gwl. : ";,.t .t! 1i ;. '.
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"Yes I do. It in the meanest : .
pasperlever 4
l heard of and lstoppedit" ;; 1 ;=F ;'.'>; ) J: w,: 1 '
1Jf :I. !:5.i.7t :
., "\Vliy, this U terrible, said Mr. FLORIDA ROUSE, : : St. jPLtigu.Btin.e Fla.. !-I"...., 1-I' :*.;", ,t,, : 1.1.. ",,: .... ....' J, ,. .{"a't .
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Greeley becoming agitaled. "I 61 J. T.SKILES, Proprietor.RIVER TourisT ExcursioNTickets "t.' '}t ,;'\" '.'. .''..'v ...."I 'j I ., ,,1:":. '.),,'f,....).;''''''''',''I "Io'rNt'\ 'l ""'_",
; : ::. .....:.: ', : :.r
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must look into it, and ringing a '\ < I
} : 'I<
bell he asked to have the engineerand n ,I. ; '" ',' e .
!in --- -- art Bought, Sold and lY'y: ,)'i.1t ii' .tJ, "",' i.y"'J,'.",': :.:./...'..,,' ;j.t ,: ':;. > .t te '
tent
I prt-bbiuuu immediatelylu Exchanged on Most AdvantageousTerms 'I" ., :v to.rlj"o.OAK ;; ;; :." ...:
a moment both these inditid-
x
ual before him. to Patrons by
; appeared
"101 the engine running?" lit N DlAN H. MAYNARD
asked' of the engineer.; HOTEL ,
*
"Yen sir" mid that individual. Member of the American:! Ticket I LAWN HOUSE *

\ "Is the press! running?" he inquired .-" '" ,,' ": ---00- Brokers Association,
'', &
i of the": preil.man.f .-. '. : : ',''-: 95 WEST BAY ST., J JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Yes sir, answered the : -
person Only a Few-
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add rested."Why 6-16 (L'orrcsin| l'o Solicited.
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a # I'' sir, I thought you said: you _, __ +t:= ,r ::,\, ?i' Minutes Walk OAK LAWN, ON LAKE WORTH
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hud stopped the Tribune. What -J . .
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do in here ILh 7.
mean incoming .
jon > :
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U f i stub a story? You Bee the Tribune y : Railroad A. E."l."O. BETT & CO.,
and Is
,e running as usual." sitltaled nearer lite Inlet than #-
+ I Wholesale Dealers in- any other House and
Why, I meant I had 1 stopped my ri A llDol'llsI'ce und
subscriptionstawnlered the SteamboatLandings. easy access fo the Ocean ]Jeach
,
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,i man, now somewhat.utnlued."Oh -COFFEES- to gather Sea Shells.
,: :' the d-I; what (to'l care 11
narrow (Mannel
about that We have thousand of Teas, Spices, Baking confines the deep waters of tile Lake

.. ,. 3 others, and Wild intern-l tin you OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Powder ami Extracts. close to OAlL,1: JJ:" Tf'hart'es,1)I'odacing the JEST
t't'''' suppose a matter of that kind! has PSllI"YG '
i! ,1 tome}" I DO orany point on tlte Lake. 'lilt.

Saying which, he turned i:; his SPECIAL ATTE.'TIO.GIJ'10
i chuirand' resumed his writing; "Iert! I. Txl. MABBETTE ORDERS FROM JOU'IS..JACKSQX1LLE 5..6
Le bad !been interrupleJ.-(,'/ Proprietor, A. E.
[ fLORIDA HEYSER
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AWAY DOWN IN DIXIE. vllle down, it was first at Rock.ledge weird sight one could inagine,. the most beautiful, part of tho river,
--.- on the Indian River, wherewe Hero was the broad stream, narrowed just before entering Jupiter Inlet. PINEAPPLE SLIPS '! .

A Trip From West Chester, Penni., stopped over night at the Indian from Its 1 previous shallowness The roar of the ocean was distinctly -
For Sale, Choice Elliott Key Slips, guaranteed 8 to 10 Inches.! Price,
To Lake Worth, Florida. River Hotel], that we saw the orangein to one of considerable depth In heard, ahd Copt. Bravo, the
terms! and dates of Indian River
approximate dock
-.- profusion. On the hotel counterwas the channel, which was confined to most genial and, experienced Cap. delivery at any on
and Lake Worth, or free board at the owner' cbartered
on Keys on or
Of recent years Florida has attracted placed an open, large, wire- only ono hunt'ml, feet width by tain on the l liver, pointed out the vessels, to be bad
on application to
much more the attention of woven receptacle filled with the dense masses of mangrove trees, ]location of the Spouting Rocks,
the tourist who goes for'health and ripest real "Indian River oranges," the stream winding in *nnd out where the ocean dashed with great THOU. MANDIIEKG, 1'alm Beach, Lake Worth, M Mof

pleasure and follows where the from which the guests helped themselves those wooded banks anII pie\enting force through holes in the rocks II. MACHATTIE, Robe Sound, Dade) Co., }'I..

more enterprising hunter and when they felt Inclined. This our going but at a creeping pace, and threw the spray to a great

sportsman! led. As the number of gave us the idea that the proprietors because tho boat being nearly: as height and! with' a great noise. WANTED : One or two more suitable Vessels to freight or charter
tourists! yearly .increased, so! have knew how to keep a hotel, for long as the strewn was wide she At Jupiter is an important U. S. by trip or month. 6-tf
the means and conveniences for oranges! in perfection and plentyare had to go forward a few feet to get Light-house for this Southern

taking them there multiplied, and what so many go for and ex steerage way then back to get her Mast Arising early Sunday

this! neeeHSurilj' brought the accommodations pect. The next morning we .wan- head around, and repeat this several morning wo breakfasted" on the
that were rlen nrled. clered through the large and thrifty times before the bend could ba floating hotel of Vail, mainly upon

Splendid and fast trains at firewent orchard belonging to the hotel and passed. Almost: every instant well !served pompano and \bluellah,

twice then thrice a week ; saw the trees, the size of those in there would be a crash against the which had been freshly caught, ESTABLISHED 1863.

and now, in the winter season! an apple orchard In its prime and mangro\ei! some splinters wouldbe and for which' this floating hotel is

every day, BO that a traveler can presenting much the same! appearance knocked olF, or a rail torn off, famous. Thence a ride on the narrow .
leave New York and return to New' as a well laden orchard with or branches would sweep the sidesof 'guage railrord of 8 miles and

York with only eleven days! from golden yellow fruit Instead of green the boat. The powerful searchlight we' are at Juno, on Lnkf''orth\ J. H. PRESTON & CO.
business, and he will\ have had a or red. Afterward we walked< tour through three l'ollntl'ipA-lhe Senator Williams' place, who has direction aided the moon in lightIng Then by the little steamer on the ,

United Stales, Cuba and Mexico- 4,000 trees, mostly in full )bearing.The up this strange, weird, scene. lake to tho Cocoanut drove house Commission Merchants
having seen! and passed through :Senator told us he vas just The mangrove seems to bo J! W. P. llAZAUP. s ,

nearly every Southern and Southwestern commencing to fairly ship his fruit, first plant to grow in watery [>laccf>.""> 7 '
State, gone around the Gulf as his had( a reputation, because he it throws diMvn its long, perfectly I ------= -- FRUITS AND PRODUCE

of Mexico, had a voyage across the, waits until the vast quantities of bare roots like so many huge lin- Fine Guitarror Sale. ,
American Mediterranean and seethe unripened fruit are hurried into gers dipping into the water. Once --- ----
leading cities of Mexico on the market and his being in perfection having taken hold it (Is htH'llto'dislodge Anyone wishing to purchase a 9 to 15 Dyer Street, Providence, R. I.

Mexican National, Central and International bring steadily about $3.50 per box. and around it begins to collect fine, new Guitar,with a nicely lined! "= 3 t :
wooden
Instruction book 'I
case, ex- 1II"--.lY-
Railways, a Journey full lIe kindly sold! us two boxes of all flouting debrisunlit having ,
tra
d'astro etc.
strings
of wonders and pleasurable attractions fruit too ripe for shipping! and put taken lodgement other vegetation see the instrument cnp" by ,calling, can at Stencils and Quotations furnished on application. Correspondence
and all on one ticket. The them on the boat fur us, and wi- is able to take hold The whole
TUB Sep olllcc. Price, $23. The solicited. Providence Is tl'e centre of quite a number of small'
hotel in Florida that he will have took them to Lake Worth, where sight for some miles was one not
stopped at will he the finest In the we reveled in them for many a day, to be ml Pl'l1. On coming up in Guitar instrument in in of perfect) excellent order and tone! is and an cities, also manufacturing villages, making it tho base of supplyfor

world-the Ponce de Loon the Alcazar so different are they from the fruit daytime just in several of the worst nice /finish. 5-tf over 1,500,000 inhabitants. G-8-3moa
.
the Cordova, the Seininole which has to be picked before bends we met Mr. Lorillard'fl new ,

at Winter Park, and the Tampa ripening to perfection for shipping. house.bont, with his floating carriage \
'" flay Hotel. Wo saw the process of sorting, house, boat house, stables and 4q

The! principal attraction for all ripening and packing, as they are !kennels all in one, attached to it. S1.: S. C3-IBSO3ST,
this immense travel thediscovery known and sold as to sizes.! A hopper He spends" months living in his Wholesale Produce Merchant '"

that Florida is one of the healthiest is' filled with oranges, from comfortable domicile, stopping at 108 Spruce St.. Philadelphia Pa. .n

places In tho world and that which they slowly descend singly his pleasure to gun or fish or hunt.It Slupi'iT"Our. !'IIIOl'iIlUy nil, 'Rail Southi-m II In their Fruit Aihniitnito end Triirk.to 9 -N \

one need not get out of a car until and run down a trough ; in this was curious to sec the hoiscn, (Pi,.Iniiiarniitcvil....I"n their" UiHvlu... MrnriU to n, *..nod Highi-Ht imitations.Mnrkvt nn
in a short! time he has left all the trough are four little catches. The dogs and cows looking out of their 'References w p- 70 o
c.f January for the balm of smallest orange will pass throughall compartments with great serenity : r.irnnl Hank. I'hllmlclphla,
rigors .
1' .. Produce. \rhuiiKO ant. Farm Jmirnit!,
June. Owing to the present commercial four of the catches and drop JCrtTEK I"UT.: lhi I'hlindrlpnm:::.. Nmim-jr|::::: ,A I'll.MIIIH, rnri-o', ..lnkw.1 1>III nlllitin.: ,l AilgiiKtn: I .,,On.and. ic I} =E!
advantages of the gulf fide, into a receptacle: ; the next three The Narrows passed, wo camo to tlrmlfo-il I ru bank, -taikc Hn. BITHOMAS r rI
most of the recent developments; sizes larger will each find the catch I H = ZI
2 I
have been directed there. If you) which is 1,0
will look at the map you will see nil and thus each orange strikes the NOONEY & SONS O g--I
a
the railroads lead to Enterprise: or appropriate-sizr(1 catch, which Z
' Sanford ; from these points they,all opens a drop on a pivot, and It falls Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. cn i

trend to the western portion and into a side trough and Is led to its Consignments of Fruit and Produce Solic/ eo. :- Q:

none are left for the eastern half proper receptacle. Packers then .
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save the short! one to TitusUlle.From pack these all into similar! sized JACKSON TILLE. FLORIDA 4-47 .

here the traveler has to relyon boxes, which are then labeled with .
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steamboat! accommodation to the number held, 100,120,140,160,
nearly the southeastern! end" of thtState and so they are ready for market,, ALWAYS PAYS

just as it used to be the case each one having been wrapped ha 'JIl I To b\l11he bent, and time s,
with all of Florida. Now HIP railroads ford being packed. Of course, the

are good and make fast time packets soon get" very expert and Orange Vegetable and Pineapple Growers t

and at reasonable prices, where care is taken not to ship any bruised 4A

they were formerly outrageous in or too ripe ones. The trees ore Who would realize\ the highest market price for hair Frnlta and Vegetable would do,.well.. laiiw .
.
at .ioI.
; fi-rtilLenlhat are prepared expraulyfor Ibe fruit and truck grower
their style and prlcee.JACKSONVILLE planted about thirty feet apart PINEAPPLES AND VEGETABLESTO 'flies tlun-o rtilltvn are manufactured by the

TO ST. ACCC8TINE. each way, about eighty-five to the ; Th Old Established and Reliable Firm
But reully Jacksonville is the acre. The fruit is had.plckl'dfrom TO

diverging up into point a dozen for parties leading will routes divide : a platform ladders wagon, carried and! In taken baskets to the to FENSTEMAI&R &' 'CO., The L, B, Darling Fertilizer Co.,

packing house. The profits of a
the
Hero left
from this point. we
Florida Special," run by the l'e. nl1. good orchard-vary with the season Commission Dealers in Southern Fruits and Vegetables, OF PAWTUCKET, R. I.

lvania Railroad, it being the terminus and with the care bestowed upon ...and h.- built trade faIhe
s .u enormous
404 N. FRONT ST.. PHILADELPHIA PA been business over twenty-eta up
Who have doing
under their them, usually about three boies: to Surlh Ih" mrnto of their 1.1. alone They m.nu'.rlare unly' tae Hlrtb..1 lO'......utlbnal
management. Upt./II. ... but the 1..I.lld purest o. plant lool 1. no..ell.lh."r roaNruatpa.li .
the tree. The cultivation Is Fert.l.ze JIoo'hloll
t From Jacksonville\ St. Augustine ex- ,, 'l'h." ... are 10...11.1111110.1 Ih.llhoy make. isoruu.. Ileallhy lOroli til and (math.I"
to see their quaint old Spanish lending rapidly and much Northern Prompt Returns the .,,rruiiVil'fh" treelir"ninnt fan take them up

town, with the narrow, foreign capital has been expended) upon Our Formula A. Brand For Pineapples Cannot Bi Beit' 1
low balconied houses Its them. Square Dealing
streets, ,
venerable; cathedral, its slave market PINE APPLE GROWING. WILL RECEIVE Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, :Florida*

the old Spanish fort, all of ex. Upon the banks of the lower Personal Attention to Your Interests. 0. B. WEEKS, STATE AGENT No. 8. Bostwick Block.

seeding" interest as such things in part of the Indian River and of rihing our fcrtillxoM, with prlc-M and 1e.dimuulal..ent. free. upo appllea.
t the oldest town In America would Lake Worth the planting of thousands Benefit of 25 Years' Experience lion Ui'r f"nii'"r.. have liven unUtru.lmi.factu.n wherever they h.v. boa u-J.. /{

be., Of another kind of interest, of acres of pineapples has been .''. J. M. MINOR, Tillman, Florida, Agent ForL.
and is done the soil and mill 1n.l.oholll, lark,-tbh, when they arrue in; poor imiilitiim. \
the most modern and splendid of being as We Improve guars n. DAULlXtrs FERTILIZERS For Indian Blur &lain Worn, CoHtrlM
all hotels, are the three superb freedom from frost assure profitable 3-$ SienclU or ItuUu stamp fur .hippiiiLIU; upon' application.\
masses of buildings built by Mr. ; returns. The new kinds are much 6.20 liefer to G. S. llurdee and U. S. Williams. Prices on ..Aplication.Q I

Flagler, the Standard Oil magnate; I Improved and the market will be I i
yet fitting in well, for lid has hud titled with this very healthful fruit,
the taste! to build them In the Span. so valuable for throat complaint =E! !
it'll renaissance and Moorish style- and some very agieeable wine is' tfp SCSi ti =: ..do da : !

their red tiled roofs, castellated made, recommended as toniu for for rl H c=:a r
Top) I'rlreN.! Dnily AiUli-cK./ Quick; ICHnms O -0 o ::::I I I
walls, juttingparpapets and alcoved dyspepsia and kidney trouble .: nil Consignment; of Vegetables, Fruits ; ran d-
embrasures, with the tropical gardens The prices obtained south hive itr.: to IR cnCO > row _cc: :;a. I '
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been $6 to $10 hundred according --
and fountains surrounding per Q H mC
them, all harmonizing with the history to quality, the new kinds w.M .. ::

of the town. A very touching bringing $15 to $18, especially for .: ;- ,....-. .....4 O tC1):
.5 -= .. a.
t't-
is the Presbyterian those weighings pounds. I
monument superb h Z SR ..-- ::::
church he had erected to the 1MMAN( RIVED, M r: 0,. _en d i-"'" .'....1 en
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memory of his daughter at a cost famous for its oranges, oysters Its -s_ Yf's M I 2 SCD c 11) .
and other !fish U ;;; o6J
of f250,000. No one should go to Quay tarpons =

Florida without stopping at St. really the result of several inlets 42 to 48 Grace Ate., West Washington Market, New York. .I-t... 15CO -- c.
Augustine It forms a delightful from the sea, thus forming an im ; .... COCfl ....- -=
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HZI'ts1pees-ISn.eva.ri: 1I11nL. N V ; )I. R. C. t nrtln ItuniluSi
resting place to break the journey. mense lagoon separated from the,' 1IIII"rlo' Furvliin trim.; II.,-.15'0.r.r01llmcl" liru., VV. Vtm.li-, -
AVOi'STtJiBT/ : INDIAN BIVEK. ocean by ,long: strip of sandy iu@tun Mai Lot. A. \.,tilnppcro.11'ruas and J'rwluctt tirPINEAPPLES
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width. The river ------ -- -
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varying -- -
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Thence by rail through 1'alatka ) -- ----
and Enterpiise to Titusville, wherewe ia about 150 miles long, often miles
take the steamboat on Indian wide, and again narrowing down to FertilizersAdapted

Hirer, Progress slow (and as if a little over 100 feet in width at

for satire Progress: was the name of the Narrows above Jupiter. We for the Cultivation of Oranges, Vegetables, Pine Apples.

our boat), but It gives one the opportunity passed St. Luole, where Senator I Grapes and General Truck Farming. Our well known
to enjoy tin beautiful quay has his winter mansion, a !

tioploal scenery, the banks, greento large square building of two and a Blood : and : Bone ,
half stories, with double piazza
the water's edge with dense undergrowth _. .
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interspersed with the surrounding it, and everything betokening -- Houses Specially for the Florida Trade
tall palmetto, the live oak and win ,comfort Capt. liravo I want your shipment, Highest Market Prices, Daily Returns, Made up at our Slaughter
the cotoamjt, etc. stopped the boat to hand to Mrs.
ter green oak ought to interest you in me. Pulverized Bone
All the boat carries the mall and Quay in her naptha launch a present -

freight for all the little places oil of strawberries and pineapples F. S. GIBSON from Pure Animal Bone Sullied by our Slaughter Houses.
Made
the The only
of
the l stream, we stop at neatly every about the first season. ,
with
used our
is here first-rate, being Either of the above
lauding, which consist of a long fishing op. f
wharf built out to deep water, with posite the ocean inlet, and many e-a a.iw. 108 Spruce St. Philadelphia, Pa.
often a freight house upon it. The barrels of them and the finest kind High Grade Manure Salt

scenes taking on wood, worthless- of oysters are taken in everyday,
looking pine knots, but valued for THE: INDIAN RIVER NARROWS (Analyzing 90 to 94 per cent. of Sulphate of Potash.)

their latent heat, putting on and we passed at night going down and -0&-
f Below in the daytime coming up, thus -- --- ---- "'
-- -
off freight, are very amusing. ELLIS. Double Manure Salt
Uio a double opportunity of n CKLH
giving
on the engine: deck, a group G. 10tUTU'
was often collected to witness the witnessing their strange beauties. (Analyzing 48 to 51 per cent of Sulphate of Potash.)
of the real darkey For going: down one of our fellow. MALTBYELLIS
performances and Best Fertilizer
minstrels: who love to while tbd travelers kindly knocked on tne Will make the Most Economical that you caD .
Possibly buy.
with their music and partition of our stateroom and
time away KINDS OF-
jigs, and draw dime from the spec brought: us to real waking senses -IN ALL Enquiries will be Cheerfully Answered and Orders Promptly Attendedto

: tators. about two o'clock in the morning, FRUITS AND PRODUCE :I.: by, JOHN B. BEACH, MiuiocBicr, FLA., or by I
e wondering what all\ :: .
were
we
CHANGES AfcD OBAKOB: QBOWISQ. Just as Cor. St.) NEW YORK.
that bad 334 Greenwich Street, ( Jay
meant just
The tree which first excites the the crashing JI..lLoI. Harlem, N. \'. City. Any alurcantil Agency, S. V.Ctty. ARMOUR & COMPANY,
We Tbe
wakened soon BErEBECE:
attention in Florida la the orange. partially us, T C.: Kiiuuull. frim't. 8I1e.'....'" !Bank, K, t.City"
Passing by with a pleased glance looked out of the stateroom win. J. WHITNEY HOUCK. Cen'l Soliciting Agent Jacksonville Fla. '
and ingroup dow and, as it was bright moon. 6-10 5.a ,
specimens, singly 'J
l'iaeapple8OurSpeolaity
the many most River
light, saw the ftrangest gt'Indian
from Jackson.
\ we bad seen
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t i "" C: 111 IIP water of the bake, Knit and full in favor with the aforementioned every reason to believe that withina PROFESSIONAL CARDS I. LEGAL; NOTICES.):

11 .9G ci I 1tn. of nourishment for its teeming}!: deni- stitution will secure a few for Lake. few years the figs olives, Mndcri i ..

:!4c.9ro:. ; zone 1 lkretbeybasknnd, multiply; j Worth. nut and lemons of l'o1irorni"ill =-.='- -'=--;- =: -' --..-

.... .. ,', here they nre caught: hind prcpaird; { One of the most attractive fruits" rival in value her wondrous crops' of ., Nonct:
; : -- = -= : here they ore enjoyed! in all their tielicioua : (tn the City of Mexico la the opuntia oranges; and yet n comparison of GEttnnt. M. KODBIMI. WALTER M. OR HAM. r

GUY LMETCJLF, Editor I flavor-month after monthin or tuna. It ia always in demand the tables of bearing und non-benr- | )01iltlN8 & UUAIIAM, STATE or i' it

pndletw qunntitv. No. Florida( consumed by native and foreigner Ing: trees will show three times as ounrr or :. '
.
MiN .. .- llshen never ,fail-to lw on top.nEALTIIWLXKSS. alike and with Home, forma the prin. many non-bearingns bearingornnge ATTORNEYS AT LAW, T.k notlre that Months after date hereof .
J : I will the t'ountr
MEMBER: Of"n .-. .. cipo) article of diet for successive h1'e8ln thecciisusyenr.andasplnnt- r, u Mug IU8' Titnuvillr, + BrrVar.iCo., lie. fonnlr my""ilnai.o"llf' and voucher Judge of as bade ArtinlnMratnr

gEIA ida PrSSs Association i I months. ing has been going on more rapidly Will praittlco 'In all the. Chine; Side amiFeiloral. if Wlllltini n'enlnt 11. llenei-t -|

(Cacti now to lie brought together t Imn ever since the taken AII.I| facilities tOre li 11.1411 ilIwrfvethK fl Rod
: ; I are ; census was 1"lpflll.doColnly.a" t luk for my final din-
J AFFILIATED With "t i -......- receive names have their the number of orange! trees now llinil Tune MiiNKY To LIIAN. iN. -> rears *> each Vdinlilnlrator Haled this

J I \t;,,National Editorial Association remarkaiilihenlthfulness ofi ,especial) growers: Im Improved by growing in California! must IIP nearly ---'-- Yov mth. l
.. Tho cross fertilization, and all other double that of eighteen; months. ngo; C. TIckeR, J. A. AMMOMI, AdiiiinMratornf the f.lntl of William I
the (Hnst: Coast of the Florida. IVnin- p t'lmk I, .
= i Fonni-rly' fhlet ,
1iffA&tflitttmiim Fonnrrljr' n-il
'ti'v Ileltlol"r ne.uelrrr
** *>vi >* > m >i ii iV jjaLc'A'wr 'I means in use. When improved by all of'hi.h means an of nt I q Mlrtniiw.NOTIIK .
, -- [ output tjind i"H. "i.nmi Olllco
U. H. OlU'
', \linen of the fit
",oJlidl,1 Paper of Dade ColI" I', and file \' sulil hrts! on! prime c'i';'culture as the potato nnd tomato, least 10,000,000)() ) boxes' of oranges U8In..I.., .1"1 hi". tnlu.Yle. Florida. I

.-.', Only. /'u\/ falioll OH file Hast Coast j jOfhrida tllrM in the reputation 'This. wctionenjoys. ; it is expected to he prized 1 wherever from California before the end of till'prPMl'lIt or CU.M-KMT.
I :Stranjri'rsaiid; visitors are', ( "t'CJiiu: & A\\U' ,
known
;\ ttltvern Coroa century. -
,duiioiixiiH! to theproHence of malatin. 1 .
No plant known to mnn requires The Florida fltrures.! showing still' 1.0 limfK ATUalHMVII.Lk, F.A.
And Ary H'est.fimvYinr ; und of till liulrilit.'oflll'"til'lItilll1ftt I n LAN AVD HINIW ATTORNEYS, I

<:- _=. .. ..L--'L.Jt.l.\J.---, \ = ;'*..,' but the health record.* nil so little care. It will grow in nil greater proportion of non-licuringto UAINKSVIM.K, FLA Cinnplnliit" Innl', 'In -'('nt. ri'ilut Mnr.IMeOnicehy i.ili, IxDl.l
soils but best in sand, or gravelly: earing( turn than .tin those of California :
t s6'C.vCA'1PTION i (proM- that Mtich HiMpiflons are utter- ( Any 1".ln.. bvlur the l 1..n.1 OHIce at ROBT. H. vs. fHOS. D. MORTON '.
I : com illlltionK. IttI'OWK best on the somewhat! if
/ nre misleading,
I .../... f j l.v kTYntndlrssmuliupr/ '! t their.. origin i in ; Unhuwvllle fir W-hl.lttr riin' ully nt.nd- ton, Pie alu.I"1' hen (Mom, .t..1 Retry: So
/ : : f S.Oo of Mexico and .
In nilvnnep table lands nets from from themn\. made the deduction. i ed to. ('Contiiitit troniliictvd; ei.trliii niailv; 1 l"'n 4. "", l.i, "I. "| h'. "f
,. I Kit Mnntlm.. nilvum-c,......"'...(t.lti) the futile e" liraiiiH ol I the "calamity three to five thousand year beyondexpenses. 1 that thl'r..l" n ,greater. Increase of 1'11'1 Hcrnred on P"olll.lel|, | | en trhw. Stntuot A Viil.' ..riiwni-hip, ,. AL N. In""o" K..I I liiiUeountj.
I Three Montlm.. advance..... fxtf 'liii'i-' *. f'II. liha .1..II on.ell"{ ""
.
1-iu
.
planting\ in Florida than California; e. S.1muiM I. I..1 real' I'inn. the raid ,pnrtim
t. .., ---,- :::=.;.:=:-: ,'-';':', ,, : '1 11PIIPPtint nh91NIU(911w'P4xfa1r011( live the opuntin one tenth( the : for, 11" a matter. of fact'/ it is just. the .r.pn .1"1.11. "I'or, at Mutt, ..Ir.., '''nr I".h.F.
that the hale. N.nnry .
tr"IIj.tilll1h"11 aHHert ( nn
we Jxtli
1 \ "lhIP. any of
ADVERTISING RATES. cultivation! the pencil requires nod : reverse. For n few \ ions to A 'mil.' nt 10 ', to
J Kiint, ;. ('oast of Florida in the most years pre 1f. I'.1'L'iELL:US, |,1,1. rvnpond and
,
will hnvea delicious with i ,\ "u>nr
yon fruit the hlll'tI fl'pI'zp in 1'11'1hie'h(( did I'.Ion) rniuK .al1 alli-mid
+\ KjiT; : .y.F.jii'nMir1IuIl! 14/1.1):1 tl; ""1. i i I healthful in the world. There are no letter .11.II."t.,
good keepinir qualities, one such 'to the
f i m,,.I".li-iCI.-i.-i.--i.-f".I: I clinulticIiserlxrs!, The itilnentethltt ) great Injury oningpgroves ATTOSNZY AT LAW IfX. I.TNl n.ltol'.ler.'
: ,
.. I ,, for shippers and lusting longer for of Florida there '. -.\ ".
s 31a -tM 1 i>.II I{ I I'L :: S{! ,, differ from, in the on was aneeormous !- will
'xrM I J. people, are, mnn IIIlIrkl't.io Juan, liailu County, t 14 :1T.-TIO i' bo connnlerud 'in thia
V W Jsi! .-";.., I I/tJ.nl.LM.: : | .L.4 j I f ;/. j ty of CIIHOH, chronic 'omplnln'Iieh} h insects to molest, no planting of young! orangetrees '/ 111.11.1 lll' May I". UUI
I 4T.iniFi' .,-iJ| :/-11.:1: | fla"OI I ; l-:iF.S:(' hind made inroads on their health :: tear of frost, secure from thieves by while since that time there has

-! ':M'FI! ::J.l : j ta.l-n.] [ rji.iSVJ land i coiiHtitutioim prior to their remdeiwe ,Iits spines you can enjoy your crop been very little. Therefore most of A i;. lI :\Slm, \T01IIK.
ibLIMVI, 1_ Ai.Ilu.I| i 1O.1---r.. | undisturbed. the non-liearing trees reported! have .

l Lt'urrurI: UurI" 'tn'i.'l: :\.LJu.: : I '". cured in of this theca State.after Many peopleare here : This fruit is working its way along been l planted live or ormorp'pllr". w pile ATTORNEY AT LAW l' -

Mending :NotlM lOrrnti. |per line for Brut the climate and, stay of this, I the frontierof the United States, nnd the reverse I is true of California. AND NOTARY PUBLIC FOR THE STATE OF IIAIIK Ix t orate tOL.VTV' CofRT., r'LA.t I( BY UK rim Corsrr .Irnoit
nwtlim. and 0 cent line for aiium-quest products 8.\0 llll'XTV.
|I..r
) this winter fine fruit offered for Most of
was the in
trees that FLORIDA A T LAKGE.
I I"pprll..n. country ever having neficiul effect orange; M ""n.u. -aintiel Jaiui-a hue npulivu to thin
Nil: ilovliitlnn! Irnm above rate under anyclrcnniNtamiii. upon the sufferer sale in Jacksonville State reported as non-l>euring have "Iprnlal.nlon given tu t'onveyanulng.OukLawn Court for .U'ltiTniil. Aduilnlxtratlonon the )K..

All ndrertUpmentii I to run for thrift' month t i As nn evidence of the extreme KEMOVI.va:> THE SPINES. been planted since 1H80 and very Dadeonngy i-4 MurlUI .. tate of U ahem Meplien, ducejaod, late of aald
or I him mtiHt Iw paid fur upon mi-lpt nf nrnt i of them the ol Dmlu.TheDu .
many during censusyenr. l.I"t
coPY nf .pnH-r| with ndverllwnient In..rlrd. healthfulness enjoyed here. we state When the fruit of the opuntin' is
are tn rite and
I J All advertisement to run limner than threitnuntha ,( that when the mortality report of ripe, the tine spines upon their surface ) I). L. UAftnKX, J. T. SANphilA, Ih""rnr thukaNlredandcredaura a.lnl"l.b of all
niUHt In I".hl.r quarterly. Arizona makes quite a showing ofyonngorangls f,0.\uh.r. .1.1
the enumerator for the district are easily removed .
census by switchingwith NOlar, Athlrnvyfurtlnnnltaluntyl .
be I
an before thin
f : trees! the mere beginning ., .. 'a"'o. appear Court,
"
/
in Urevnrd County (throughwhichthegreat [ a bunch of or suit- .'
i grass, any oi or II.r.r lira 1. Monday l In J uly. A It.,
Indian River able article. I of a new industry there, r< AULDKV .C S\SVlm: $, .
t OFFICIAL ORGAN: OP TUB INDIAN courses 1'1. and Die objection) "*, if any they have, to
RIVER AND I.AKKVORTII PINK- ) was sent in, it was not ttrceptninsnntliPiitic. GATHERING THE fRCIT. I whore soil and climate seem well\ the ,..IIUfl It'ltent N aforvminl., other"eau,
until it hud been "certified adapted' to the perfect developmentof ATTORNEYS LA W. the line "I Iw ;rnlllo", n. prayed.WlliieMiny O
APPLE GROWERS! ASOCIATIOof.I : For this there nre three methods citrus fruits and with abundance
I to Ii.v several prominent peoplein an | In all the ('ourta ot the Stnlo numean County Juogo of thet'uantYtureemiidtiuleonrth
.
I : the hands, the tonga and knife. A WII'urtre
--- ---- '- / of water for the development
i 1 the vicinity, because there were so irrigation of "orl.l" Coiirta. day of April,
Advertising MediuM on the East few deaths and so little sickness re- knife attached ton long wooden handle is likely to lie rapid. In !' O. max Rlllh., 1 1& l""t.IU.I.9'itnetthe. }'Ia, !1'1 A. K. IUVBKR,

::::.::Coast of Florida. :corded the authorities 11f'lipvin/tthut/ eight is used to fifteen! w here'feet the high.plants The are. from fruit November 1H5IO, the special agent )lon"110 Llnn. 4-113 tt-i'Dt louulJ Jud i!.

I such a 11I'nlthflliloenlity could not be ; found in the Salt ]fiver Valley preparations -
\, is placed upon theground, the spines l eing made to plant morethan
I(found. We lielow the letter GAULDKN
re-publish
1.
k 'ti';tATJ. is our' religion: tropical l ,; ': received from Superintendent removed, ..and it is then ready forsngrmcaL 1,000 acres of oranges alone, I 1). Ion PRI4\rING.

1.\1 !j h'uitculurreourpoliticsoudFlorida's j! I Iinnrcniess i I'orter bv. Mr. It. W. Ooode. the census ) within fifteen miles of the citflf '
officer: regarding his work Thereport REMOVING. THE SKINS. I'litrnix, und! was told that the planting ATTORNEY AT-LAW,
w resources our (cuimiunii THE TKOIMCAU SUN trial
order

i theme. :Spufiul Articles on pinen pples'Ii was nt hist and the It is surprising what a quantity of would soon Is-gin in other sections TiliinrllliFt Will irucliee Iu tin I'. S. Hllt 1
_
/ will be i a fentureProperty of next Veek's Kc.v.: '| records prove the IICI't'Jtf'd. our us'nertion. fruit can be deprived of skins, and on equally\ ) as large n scale, Land Olllce, mid all the Court*-SUto and for job work. We have 0 complete .

[f bW'lI'rs-IIplp us to double ; that. this East Coast is indeed prepared for the palate by) one pair thus developing\ /\ iinotlit-r great le icral. I-I11.LYALtN job oltice, good stock, latest

l r, Tin. -':'H circulation this year. ,> '!: the most bl.'nlthlul8t'Ction lathe of experienced, I hands. A thin slice isreuloved "orange )Mr." however, the time faces of types, coin(>eteut workmenand
.
) ... I 1 world :- I from each end of the fruit of ripening of t the. fruit III the different our low consistent
nre as as

p # -' an incision down the "belts" IM such as not to materially Iru'el .
..... I) hTElllon land length
t. P4RT IEXT OF Till' ) with material and workmanship
down ward interfere with! each other Florida DENTAL SURGEON.
fingers press ,quickly,
ll il.tT WE: SEED.I I I CENSUS OFFICE.tYASntvaTnx }}
\ 1 and Louisiana Letter heads
,! D. C., Nov. 12, '00.) ) I I the separated skins leaving the pulp login harvesting Operator In nil department of modern and IItltp11.'ltl.
I '. .. --- I' Slit I the I exposed in n tempting manner. 1 their of (October I or M.-ientiilu IN ntletY. Matl.factlun guaranteedby 1 bill heads envelopes, !
J : :- tappenre upon examining November shilP'ingtlgt.
a .-K..I.ill l -llie-.hll..ill..llllpeniIlJl.| r of mortality schedule returned i Thus prepared It is one of the sweetjest nearly Northern California 83 True .f imrceiuifiit practira. Olllee at visiting cards folders

I .__thin.i section II lieforw the!; jinbliu\ that we by you j I most nutritious, most! refreshing und Arizona in IJL'mhl'rInri) ".,Ionr. MullHiurne., Fla. VIt 11
you have but I S! deaths
reported : latest and
11111.IIlIlul'O. I inTmigniiion'of persons j lien-ou. |f of fruits, and especially adapted to January) while Southern California -- -- .------ ----- designs posters.
.. -to hill! thenirtiM well n* trt let I I comes in and
people Your district contains, the warmer portion of the United l'Pbrnaryand March n. Ii. ,
r \ know the kind of country. which ,, according States, for the breakout time when 1'lmtlnul'Mplloto\ the :Summer, and 1) 1J.LS

they. n redlining,causes us from time 110, your poinlation| returns about I the with the of earlier 'curie'-, PHYSICIAN Y
; 1, ; and it languid body needs an aid to di- perfection AND SURGEON. NOTICE-Land
tim to enumerate the'iieeilnof theMftl'lll" 141jieople seems unreosonulile el i is for Florida and of still later For Sale on Lake Worth.
.. tai to that the deaths i jgestiou. If kept, cold/ as n water'melon or A tho t'lilverity of rcnnelea
siippone .Ir..lo.r
j'r 4 --- (ported] were all that occurred within re-j' it will prove far more agreeable longer keeping; ones for Southern ,1 nln an cxiHTlenee of twenty year Inpruetice. The undersigns! has several

-We hive insisted that ,cobblers the thecensns thon" that fruit, ns the flavor I'Ma California, there is reason to believt 1 ChicourrrJ.w'. Itug'redCtp, tracts of land fur sale .
sons tlnring At at
tinners, nwchllni"I, boat liuiMcru. Mud year. combination of melon and strawberry that the United :States will in time reasonable
the usual in ; (-4 FLoalu.t.
rate thereshould IIT'"IIU prices "f it
your locality most
merchant two Hud I IIi eat its fronting on
II or i-nn n Rood luadditionit more healthy, own grown freshly-picked" '
ft be about 21 deaths
padre here. to ply their trade nono of i from district., reported more no tritiousnnd longer inseason.Americans oranges;; throughout the \'Mr. Lake Worth, and beautifully eilualed. -

I F which usfl't10II4 hive IHVII :,'ninsiiid.nnither 1! The your omission of much and foreigners are The total number of bearing and] l L. r. DANIEL, For terms ali conditions. an.- .

f -/ 'U'H''I-a'' ,|| whh.-h w&< liaVimurr.:!' ; serious so necessaryinformationin ; equally fond of this fruit and consume non-bearing trees and l plants in California o. ply to my husband, J. G. McDonnel AI

.J C j jlinti oncejillij l ed to luis JII"In\ I qli-I' 1'mmot he overlooked.n It mutter will there-, and it with avidity. When ouce and l Florida id gh.t'nIII follows -ncsrrr.QrCocoa .. w at Lake Worth, Florida.

: ninpf.iftoi'y.: niffi. tililfhvi>" niH.fr "e'l! I known in this it will be : Iii that ", te.I KLIZAHETU: J/
: nMf to lit t iIIl" tln,' h,'nit f Tiii' 'ore lie 1I1't'I' MHI'f.lr, you to make! ,,1_ ..' ._ ... ..... .country.. ._. utilizeii Kuuruua'gJ..lu.l. ml11IdYlucnt..uneiuttml ,u, McDoNXEt.
vfirrv
) ui i lie ri LakeVortn
iieh. further iiiijniry' will iiiueta uegree.Jclfies 1'lt.uu Dude Co. Fla. Feb.
I )I tables\. too ripe to whip, or ill tout ns result in ------.-- -.--> lied at their huiiir If ilmml.' I I4Up ,
1 and .
| mach .
'iiI>!'lying; the omitted, ilntn.) .. syrups are successfully 3'5"HH :1iiH=I 3id, 1802.
: 1 grl'l\t"lll/\IiitJl'l4 to iiHi'itt '"IIII". i iOlijiitioim from them,, we knovt for .. l..U
1N.. I An iiiiiiry| of the physicians our ; J ." : : lI ""
( have liit-n rui-n'il 1) to the I II first in := = rl : ; =l :r'"I HO. \V. I'OITKK
'lergvi.ien; undertakers, etc., III your I experience jelly) making on + -.I; : I !j : : M ( ,
I:. 1IlIlll'tioll.; HM, it wttH siippo-ml 1 innhincry (list mitt will propably you in elm p. I Lake \\ orth was with thl.'t'I'y article ; ? :; ,; ; j I' : ?! i I It ii ;'!

} would l>rather>r too cxplnbive '..ilying omissions in many places and we have fondness for it "!. ; ; i 1 i i ; II :"I i"1 COUNTY SURVEYOR, 6'4 Pineapple Land For Sale. c
n nd tint tjiilrtininf'c! .ht'iv-w" !oild.| and that requires no cultivation although 1 t 1 i : i ; i i i i ; i i !

4 ."h t dfllrmlitioll't'tlltl\III)linnlly.warriint) tlicd|outlay.jtK'ttiifollow Tinla.. ( I-: jijired utility to 'tOWIIHIU\1;; \ 'officers! in are which re- our opuatia is only, wild, -;I :- 1=1 1to I'AI.M I 1I.IE: CO., ..LlIJ.\ Sixty acres of linit-clasa pine

I : ) -use the records, might be conMult..1III' uncultivated one by no means an ; :: r. : ....: O'SIis ,' apple land on West Side of Lake
:z.
t tararapli| | fruin; ,ai) (>xrhdni q.nul' :;;J'''',J I ) Well deaths as occurred withinourlistrict improved variety. Averygnodxnb. ''i ar .x !._=:-F-i I C. JO.\OI.\XU, Worth lj mill .outh of Cocoanut
tvi
nf IIH 1' to Hymn nnO who linn hi" ( htitute for current in : Z=:- :1.1 f I .
/ reported therefrom.In jelly color and -!-: Grove Hotel and
) z ] mile ( the
; on .a ciiuiiins f.u-ior.v' iur .Dt.. -:> rum
:
be made I- NOTARY
with
taste, can and '
I eiiK" liMe is 11I11.11'111 the records opun'iu ) rVOLC (large plantation of the Florida

-S k f, S County"A" ifwitVrit;: I' 11i..n.-ih* .\\tho/'It., ,rpt| by 1 Infill otttcers.! mid such, reni.s : sour times tipples. Another variety, with !' t. x'o"I. I I r for the Slate of Florida al Large Pineapple Co., and about i mile 4
addition of .
, _. lo lint furnish nil of the infor- : n few guavas, and '.1: =:O" : .., = .. J of
t. ktrodnition (t, i-Aiinfi'int-'' Jw i.oitl.i.| still another with !. untied the 1'eiice for thu in.1( Juntio from the rhnre of Lake Worth has
the !
M P flMtion e.illeil tor, the additional; addition of :.I1-! ; A..1: .. .3j: :: District of Dade ;
; '" ; Ax1 Count .
that Hill .
inMcliiiii'i-y
all.\ a 1'Ipnrill'i i ) a of about
lemons. .
I ii-tK .stlnnld" obtained from "" "" 'X.''''': I'- frontage f inileou Coun.

of :2,0(10)( Minn per day iiiny If I,ur- i I ii-ti'limr" ;, nlivpii-i.ui, the family, the or We know of notlinuitswhere this -- / ; t : :f. :::j :.' r HALM_ _I_1_:.\tI. (-1 FLOItlHA. ty JJju.l I, with right of way to Lake
chuac uuii I"' a'.F '
j lutubuuL 8 :i1J. !> u
al.'V fruit should Worth.
be
"ds| 01' t he ileceased. grown more successfully ..' : Will iu one piece or

J t put workman In nehulpslued.\ is Tinonly, .skiileit., Von,, udl Hud iiicliixed. memornnin than right here where it, w na ?I; asn !: ...m ilr I A. JIII.i,i:u, In lots to suit, 't'l ten acre and upui .

i nwfHsarjr IheldprrSur '! i o I naiiieseiirns-tly" reportednii tiLt't those who have them try Ii ;; :,::'.:;: =;:1,42F,1! g'zj' t1. wards, u reasonable:
t. who xliould uiiiliTKtiiliil Ids husfni'XHthoroiijrhly the of anilwhosoever : : "' ; .'-IW-" ;I-, NO TAR very price.
| ,ni'M-heilllle>' ; nl.iii schiNlulefci experiment! cultivation! l -i X -; )PUBLIC '
f 1 !: iiml the rest of the lielpinny prevail --.5 zj' a_<:>--'';''' ''::_"'' __ I W. II. PARKIN
ulriill to'retiifli I'll \ on theAirririi : For the
">ll the State
deaths
j ; roiihirit monthof women und ; ,, I turn I magnat II of Florida at LatgtUan 1'ulm Beach Fla. 3
children." i! imitted. fiend the instructions on ; at Washington: t' t I' ,
1 bestow : : Conveyanrlni and ItoliH'lion:
; There mont ct'l.tllilily'oul.1 lie lie first [1"1 :1' of the schedule Mini fol- a fewtiju'cimeliH of improved ( ;::;<' ::!;t, i "U" !: i | a
.i'cljly.
L_ eutflcleut business here .iw t the wimecarefully.i varieties on t his community, will :" ?,;c. ';o,,': : :'.......:--t": 1=' K'l'ITKU. .|

the of the to warrant ! I expenditure. Hum required. bors. !tI.: : : tO rx: ::;" : -- Orange and
t indcitnnot Im mljiiHled until the' I:. II.. I S.: I Pineapple Growers
or even more, for much fruit i in nliij- ---------1:1
U. C.
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lefic.ie.ncy above set forth is i '!
properlyrmipplietlorsatisfactorily --- .- : UXXIXC
+'1thllt\ would 1 he kept at borne .
|11 c
(prubnblv were there means at hand J explained. I ib-l; -! EF, !11: *.?.-c.r. i 11! ''E'p JEWELER.Flue I Attention ,
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Fill the heading on the schedule CEXSUS FRUIT REPORT. CiO it*: -l.4: |; ::
for putting;; it up. Vntrally locatetl, ;>"i :si;<;: i V i iUs:: :; :; Watch aud Jewelry Orders for the Kent( FERTILIZERS
i tlm could not but orrectly.. -- cr. 4.51: .44._;i i :.Ax.cic... i: : tr:* ... Itepmrinir. ;
enterprise t .
>enurreHsful !:. .L: "' : : : :: ;:: : .
tU Yean Promptly Filled
i for all of Dude Cllllllt.loul.1 Very respectfully Iu the recent census the government -Sr .. .. Twenty l'tal.tC'1 Expur ence.TITL'SVILLK I on Short No.

i |I... depended, upon to contribute to ItoBKitTlt.: PORTER. 1 made its first special inveetiga- -cr. '.. ,M OIK-.O... a.. co'.1,Clx :, .'L\. 43 tice. A Supply ,Always ou hand.

q its support UK well us the Superintendent of Census. I tign concerning the production gi Altlrelll ,
productive
K.: 1) Xo. 10. ul 2 ; : i; i .fFft!::;t1'; '
a k lower Indian Hh''r.ir ii I tropic and semi-tropic fruits and 41 1.- '''''' : ; ""' ''''':.: I' 1 C. J. E. MALLORY Roseland
To R. W. (;000E, Esq.: I xr. : .A.1 ci.xL': 1.\CISC1OX, ,
.
'I'h..rtt 'nrioll" M.L .I.i..l.'t in the i I-
nr. ? u nuts United States. Census -, Sa 1... _";.x= ;:1-: I J. Indian River Fla.
t could 'I lie I met ut ;; very munll;;. expens: .Melbourne, lirevard Co. bulletin No. 161, just issued embodieu NOTARY PUBLIC T
Agent
't. now \\hil'lll'oul.J IH enlarged thereceiptrt Flu. the result of this investigation, California has the following;; trees For the State of Florid i at Large OfCbKaiio.North \\"ra Fertiluor Co.,
,
I warranted, nod which home The natural sewers of the section I audit, is very gratifying. To the' which do not appear at all in the ,Ju.ticoof ti! IVai fur l Dlatrirt. xo. L in anil (.18

;i' wixe man must iH'fore' long Hen fit to, do the drainage work jwrfectly. The country at large it will prove a sur Florida returns : for IU,Ii) County. F:.rHI. mind Deputy Llrcuil,

J, contract to supply. It would pay a, :air is purifIed by the most inrigor- prise. Almond l ........................................1.45u.--Taw..: Cl",,t)'iu County Honda.ConreyamInK .

I '. company to )put up u nuinlier of sting' heulth-piviii"; 1II'IllI'f't'lf'tl, and,[ j We are, of course, specially interested Mndflra.....nub....... JCliKlUn...... wulouU... .Ixil.L'TOUvw -' a 'uorially. \V.
lioune)-an ice factory u cunning the manner of livinand the use of( in the returns from California, ..... ..................... B )7a77 LEUuV CITV, HAD CO.. FLA. '11 WOODWARD,

t factory *('., nil under on' roof. the natural products, of the country :1 and we are pleased to find this State On the other hand California -- l

Now in thu' U'jiinnin;;:, isn good; l time are all conducive to the health of the" given the prominence which it de makes no pretension to growing coco GUY I.MKTCALP., I

to think ant] uct upon the matter.J'WlW.l inhabitants. serves. J. II. Hale the special agent uutswhileFlueidureturns1.322,- .PHOTOGRAPHER.

... .-. .. Sufferers from pulmonary troubles who performed the work nays : 770 trees of this sort. There is alsoa NOTARY PUBLICFOR

find their last days spent here. niprecomfortable In all these investigations it baa great. disparity! In pineapples, Flor- j THE STATE OF FLORIDA .

. t FISH. than thone do who remain been found that the great march of i idu returning 21. <05Miu plants AT URGE.

, .'I t ---.- ... in more. northern latitudes progress moving in other Hues of in- against 145.1)00 for California. I J lXO.; II.\IE (IUST\ I-I FI.OKIDA. Fine I'urtraiti ; the Latett
1 '-, has not left these In the matter of citrus fl
dustry
behind fruits
lit.
Asthmatic und bronchial and rheumatic ; in a
There is article Deiiyiti, at
one of food thut ... runii id .,. .. Lowest Price,
attacks fllt.ttIO now rhi In.-. u (n : tie closer conipai ison w ill be of interest
f are mitigated, and invt'ry
nlwav] abundant in Florida, rain : TboMnslO |
lit or ; trait of
Florida ,
< citrus planting and : Pile
I wlune. many instances indeed, the ma so fuvora- Ilua Culectol Florida I'ietct
I.I ; freeze or thaw. It iu lIu.J. 1
I fallfornla.
! .. f Jlu'kllolJ'illtl.llltrofJuli> jority of time diseased are ultimately bft are the conditions, especially in orange/ ..................H77..V.U 10.1 Florida.II!! M5/ : for Halt,
California thatthere are. well Lrmon...... ............ :VTU.HTl
.IIII ]rmuneutIy CUI't'tJ.I'nulm..r many H" .IWll
) t ::t :1'ghrfui. cllrV1l1 Iw mvirq; tersely) I.iuim...... ..... ......... U,IHU
informed in the business : ; A. B.
i r !: r'IJl'j"ItU J.lull ttnlyatateLJ.FduridI p complaints are rare. being who believe Humvlii................... 1.74H 14.4O.1",11 ;" CAMPBELL Work J jllile fur Amateurs
i;" : that in another .... ... .
t the most largely to imprudence' decade the United! (Ulron' .... ... 8.2OH: 1U.1B1I &
I ti..It. ., never f.iil.' They are good and on 'ad Prices
1 abund'tnl all time the part of the sufferer for then is States will not only produce full : It thus that Florida JACKSONVILLE. TLA. 5

at mid Beuwoiis. not an element in the climate, the supply of citrus fruits but also export ....u .. .... appears,""....:.. ..11 ..L.... .. .Miriitinwi I
There} perm ianxhuusliiile xupplyan< bIt iiii inds., the water, the food prod nets I them quite largely. but the indications llJf thu
theyure Ix'Von 1 14| >4tioiiof! the mood census
I >lirioud't>>|il:d r vUirtfiffiog'
wherein thtlJ$ 'r.J.[ Th..Iil..>llJf the j i)3 not conducive to health. ,.i other ter of course, ,exceeds that, of ail\ in planting will give this $ Bodes S & Gotey ,
products the
I I't. Johns; tbetirpon of this westernportion .-. yet possibilitiesof the lead Other States report the AND l lI
culture
[ of the State: the tout ln :>ui<; pinMfpl1' on t southeast following: totals of bearing und nonbearing I ,

uiullut Mh < Mlietil. I (;p.\'TJ.1 FRUIT .- and for u 100 trees : Manufacturers of Yt-llow
J .. 'll| an c.ivitlleof! I be miles north of West Pine J uui-
" r l.i Indian Kiver und] the. Key on the Gulf tier, Kough and
ArUpna dressed.
Jupiter Ja SO.ltto
:
; ORGANS.aoy
const are such us to give LouUlauu. .... / Orange Box
., ; r : let hhlt>-fj"n. nil 'tivt tlJ4>r.- 'JI\I'tt.'t. Pr. Palmer u9mercunASlFntir promise of 1I..1..IPI.I.. ........... .................. ...... .....i'a: .4 Hi Uer.tli..ruit and Vegetable L'ratea.
i but the Itb a very great and profitable extension Tri ............... .............................,..... .. TH .
juicy tiiiniiuini 011I/11 KH.I s t he eitN of Konieof the choicest of the culture of thin delicious 4rurghr. .................................. ..........:.. ;1 I'iI IU bar direct Iron I -"IL at_
,. 'U9J/UIJ ultra of |pisril"rtnl putbti- varieties sold in the Mexican mar.ketr fruit. Arizona's anl.tl.n'.r,,'",, .,. "IY".a..1ur.. ,fur au .11 .
lum, the most ;\'ttrf'.di.' I! \<, nto.... are now being cultivated returns are all non-bear IB lu. wt". If bargslaY ,, I'tttuaia HEIGHTSJ I-J
by the I'ecan culture in bayiu, l-muJi you "" "
Northwest
,'. bcl that I'-au B.itj,,fJ. tin 4J1 surer! ;r..*. (IJ'jvernineuc Uepurtmeut of Agri- Flori ing trees. Louisiana hUll only 6.-&77 I"Jue.. |..ru-,...*.Url"teresa". ante. w. ,"* CuuutJ. Florida.
troll'lJ.I! erivjlg., ill Uike t )'urth nit for hasappda r. hearing trees. Mississippi. Texas and, tala,. al ". !! ,ea.. ul or Irifc Information
.; ) ure distribution in suitable] I r..b'.I. call
.. I Iclllitlt'li. pntly just begun to develop Home of f ft I Georgia are "not iu it' when it conies "Uoaelll.". or address; on
i iH It".artJ r1.
tm(51 pa no; I fytirlr.lrhrwe and we write this article i crrr "

'f other. ITi4. bbl l.itat 'W Ii.I" Jiinj)>;j .4.a spired hythebojMthNtsome/, 1 bV wonderful anti rroBtnbl possibilities\ trop, white an a tPllf'religt g.i j9 \ i I'CNI.4DII toorang-growinga J d (Cd.)1'iaetr.) nn Industry,- .......trwJ..ud tl.l"r."Yrtlrlhln. .tbe{ O .t.t"I.lr"8'01.b..t J J BDWAHD I IrouE STIU.NG J>HAI.\EBD, Eau Gallic. Fla.

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THE SITTING ROOM for the long delay In publishing it." from a dainty little Southern lady and! itKrii'Ks.VTnnteili : JAMUH /
Closing after quite lengthy "notice" am going to give it for the benefit ol f I'mmunn, Pmldent.. B. BARNE''ICePHE8IDEHT.. W. M. Bnowir, Cuhler.
with, "I am the public's devoted humble bachelors who do not have nil the A Itrclpe.'Will .
Where our friend are Invited to rail and f'*- alnrorpnrated
prni their view And plre hint or .nggeu- servant W. Goddard." conveniences for cooking. His to I : some one please send to "The INDIAN I RIVER STATE BANK
We would like of Si:; ting Room"
tton regarding mntttr of Interest to the to quote more the make chopping knife cabbnge etc.',I directions for making
honwhold.Fleam queer old advertisements local no- out of a Royal baking powder can orange flower or rose leaf pot-pourri? ,
tices, etc., but space forbids.! We are Try it and see how nice it cuts. F.I. A. D. ( under tbe lawn of Florida.)
write on one Hide of the pAper only, a* pleased indeed to have seen it, and appreciate --..4- rMalaeses Capital, _100000.
It will I nave epyloR. !! the savor of the lady bestow. --.- Candy "'.Id np Capital, **itooo. S .
f i
Average IxpnultiTRANSACTS I ..
BIRo your Initial, or nnyname yon like, to ing it. Doubtless she would tate: much t ester. Two cups of molasses, one of I 9100,000.AntnorlKMl -.A \

your contribution, but please end your pleasure in exhibiting it to her friends For The Tnor". Hvx: Itranulate: sUJ.tat. piece of butter cup size GENERAL BANK1NQ e .-- -'

name to the editor of thl department. ... ._ When nil the world wn lirlifht with bloom. of an egg.: : Boil hard twenty or thirty I '.
BUSINESS.Largest
Addmn. And bird songs floated full end free, minutes. Try in cold water. II brittle T "
Editor Tai: ,ITT,! n Boors MISCELLANEOUS! ; A shining angel and an empty. tomb stir ill one-haif teaspoonful of soda, and Oldest ,

Juno, Dnde County, Fla. Were all that remained of Calvary., which has been dissolved in a few Bank ;
An Ancient Toast
drops of hot on the River
water, and ,
pour upon
,
It was grand in the old chivat- When weeping' Mary drew near buttered tins. As I ;
a day soon as cool pull
The body of her d.II..,,., to Dln.'Tom
"/x a multitude of counsellors thereis tie times, when the wine circled around There were the Kiwi anti Reprilvhre nee,, until white, and cut into sticks. M. J, JARrs Pitn-riiAitn, W. n, BARHETT.1.: |. +q;< rm h;+ ,

wisdom." the board in a noble hall, and the walls But Christ had Bono to Unlllee.The < -.a_ dent nf tint National I Hank! ol Javkiionvlllp), v J
rang with sentiment and song. The .1. II. 1)I'Nxke, (Vli-p-l'rvHilnnt ol National r '
lady of each knightly heart was pledgedby angel' words unto time' end, ,"ltltp.lloll' for tin Mick Jlooui. W Itnnk. M.of IluowN.Jacksonville), W. GRAHAM and fir ", i

name, and many a syllable, significant ; I Shall luiiHlc make In Death' duck prison, Mrs. Pilkln kindly Sends us the following CORRESPONDENTS:
T "WRITER IN A POPULAR of loveliness had been uttered "Fear n'.11 I )'.- seek' the RrnrllMHe *- :
invaluable hints ffc'nlmnrd
National
which can readily llnnk of New York '
\ magazine recently made this until it came to the bold St. Leon U not hOn! for lie 'IN linen." be antirational: Yank ol Jsc-kminvlllr..:; 7-1
n) Lifting his cup high above his bonny, made use of in this spot so faraway a !
bold assertion : "It is perfect nonsense golden curls his voice rich ano If there he any band between ., from many conveniences. She Tltiwllle Florida r
rang :
now-a- self hampered by poverty front win. Surely today. the liLie! yearn everything she suggests,
ning her way in the world. A worn "I drink to one," he .01.1. .;Earthward at whiles full tenderly. and knows he results are good.

an with versatile gifts can find some "Whose Imnfre never. mny drpnrt, We will believe tin En-ter: morn To) rxnsi'.RVE ICH IN SMALT. QCAN-
mode of gaining the end of her de. DIMP graven tin a grateful heart From the far hllN of lnrailliv TlTiKs, :-Take a piece of flannel eigh

sires no matter how poor she is nor Till memory l to dcnd. That many radiant pplrlt turn teen inches square, cut a small hole ill i
how obscure her life may be." the center and place it over a wide-
To tine whoite love for me shell beet To gate on UN n tth heavenly Py...
When lighter pnnKlun lung have pnHnpd, 'jike Worth, April 'nil. t.sittf.): F,11.S, down mouthed< pitcher. Sink it half-way
and secure I it round the\ pitcher
to holy 'tin and true: -... with
a string. Fill it up with small
Then the writer cites several exam. To one whole love hoe longer dwelt raving the W s h. pieces of ice; cover the whole with fiveor TROPICAL
pies. One a girl who was desirous of fore deeply Died more keenly felt, The cool six thicknesses of flannel The HEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
did and Than any pledged liy you." morning air swept across
an education darning sewing the waters, and the water will drip from the flannel into
golden sunshine
in a private family- and afterwards, inch fluent the pitcher leaving the ice
tipittarted at the word. glinted and dry. If
having( entered Wellesley College "set sea land tree and plain. i these iti"trnctions L.Reallting' HIP need for a Bureau of Information concerning Dade '
And laid A hnnd tipon bin sword. Fresh sweet flowers are observed small I I"urni'ml County properties In
a little sewing shop in her bed room grew on every and take Worth real estate Iu particular, the undersigned haft
of ice
up Vlth fiery flnHhliiK eye; tide\ and she bent pieces may be kept many hours. arranged to open up .1
to touch them as she tt Item Estate
and declared herself readv to do mend. And Kirhjiijto at Juno the County Beat of Dade.Properties .
until To
Stanley "Wo
the
crave name passed. WRINO FI.ANNKL.4! OUT Of troT
ing of'every description for the stu. 'rond knight, of thin must peerless. dame, "This morn," she said, "I will weave WATKR:-I-'old the cloths to the desired plncvd In the hand of the Exchange for disposal will tie liberally advertised. e
dents -so it came earned to pass her that tuition she in Whom love yon court *o high." my web, my beautiful perfect web, site; place them in the center of a A without(OunimlMiion expense| to the owner or sellers and every effort will be made to eDwt speedy sake. s
this
way actually at with small towel and all of 10 percent on the gross amount of all salve will be the only )
that noted seminary. it. Leon paused ft* If he would warp and woof so soft and f fine- dip into the hot rile Sailer expense to
whose is known water, keeping the end.4 of the towel x
Not breathe her name In careless mood pallet to none but me i TUB EiriiAxac
1. Chun lightly to another; ab, none but me," and she laughedsoftly dry to handle. Hy using the towel'as'n \ .' LIHT. WILL HANDLE ONLY men PROPERTIES ARK PLACED IIXCLc.veLY: on m
to herself.A wringer, the cloths may be much hotI .
Then bent his noble head ,
Seed l
an though swallow Hew ter than if with the naked 1 complete description: of any land you may welsh to place on the market
Another girl who wanted to become a To Rive that name the rer'rence ,due I up from the roadside I wrung hands n-llh term together 1
r" violinist but wad: too poor to pay for And !ft'at11..ld. "M v Movn an" and with glad blight eyes she watched Ri nnER BArts! :-Two or three sites I price you your ell be willing nn to to price, time and interest on deferred payment and also the lowent
instruction went to Boston and hired it fly away-away. Then she gatheredthe of rubber bags for hot water should personal and confidential accupt under any d""uDl.taae.-tbo latter :Information for our
herself as a house servant using her morning flowers with their hoardsof always be kept in the sick-room. If I use
earnings to pay for less ns at the Con runt liar. Jewel-Consistency. sweetness, and the dew still on them they are not available, the flat tin cans I It lithe |iurpo eof thin agency to make quick ..le* and many of them; for that reason,

servatory. At the end of eight years When we remember that there till her hands were full, and she murmured with screw tops such as workmen use wen. '1.110.. have all the map* obtainable, full description. and complete data of all proper
she was famous and is one of the lead "sermons in stones and in are: : to carry coffee iu, can be substituted. I 1..I.II1. &! with us no a. to avoid lengthy correspondence with non-reiddent owner, and ti>
ing professionals of the day. thing" sermonizing good not every.be "Yes while flesh and strong this C.SK A CLASS SPOON for giving med enable UI to make sales and transfer. with a* llttie, delay a* possible when buyo..re on
may morn I will begin web the ground. We prefer' to have our non-rmlilent..
amiss very my -known icines and under circumstances customers furnish u* with proper author
time it be never
every though may only to me. I will it fine any ity to make bond lor title at the and
price the
0'I just a little tiresome. "Sermouizers" weave and give the medicine iu the dark. on term. they submit to u*.
fair and the colors will glow fadeless Taxes and
paid title
examined for
How "progressive" all this sounds 'n general are open to the charge of and rich. Strong shall it he, that it Do NOT WHISPKR IN A SICK-ROOM-It: I compenHatlon for such *ervlce.Expenne non-rveldent property o.ao..t the usual rate of
Our grandmothers, our own inconsistency-many of them being may last even after I am dead" causes great anxiety to the patient to
m'thers-wouIJ not have thought of justly accused of it, but even an inconsistent Then she waited in the sun, and she feel that his ailments are being discussed and effort. will not be spared In placing our lists of properties and bargain In

doing such a thing. But the spirit of sermon izer may preach good sang a blithe sweet while the in inaudible tones. He is often the hand of every prospective settler and Investor Circular, pamphlet and full duacrlp
ermons some that will bring forth song suspicious imagination is [inns will "be printed and placed wnere they will do the I
self-support and independence seems' great blue sky bent above her, and the vivid and most good and all honorable mean.
to animate the feminine mind in this 'forty some sixty and some an hun. dewdrops dried, and her flowers ith the presumption becomes, to him, a re-j| 1 teed., to .locate a* many settler and home-seeker la this mot desirable portion of all KlorIda. I
age, and we wonder what it will leadto. Bred told" harvest. For the truth is ered. Morn had sped ere she began amity of wonderful proportions. A low,
uo less truth because it comes from work and the glowing heat of the long well modulated voice will seldom disturb All such a* have Improved or unimproved tract, garden or fruit land, building .It...
... lalse hearts and lips. Because de. June forenoon told her that the day the most sensitive patient.IN ate. which they wish to place on the market an solicited to place the same with TUB
prayed humanity tells us that lying, TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
CAsilsot'
was passing fading dying. SBVRRB ILLNESS keep
There are thousands and thousandsof roguery and debauchery are wrong is But she sang and she waited In the visitors out of the room or If admitted A List of our special bargain will appear In each "issue of Tea TROPICAL SUN.Addren i 1
women earning their own living uo wisdom leason of we his should doubt the truth and warm s.un. and great full-blown flowers at all, they should never enter into all communications to ;

often when they are not obliged words. _.even.._., though be grew about her. Her cheeks and discussions of kind. Their convcisation t
very lips any
t.: % r :
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hid' .. ,,, ,, ,
L.. ._ .._ to .. earl u 'uu. vices nud reflected their should be cheerful and THE TROPICAL REAL ESTATE
uy circumstances lu uu so. *i uiaj and sin. perfect redness, and her their EXCHANGE,
be that they find a business life more names Consistency Is a gentle happy eyes were the color of stay should be short, avoiding all unpleasant GUY I. METCALF Manager Dade
I enjoyable than a quiet home life- jewel-possessed by few-but people the noonday sky. As she plucked her subjects bad news or any.. Juno Co., )' ..
be truthful without it.
It
though: this seems somewhat unnatural can some radiant flowers in the sun, her heart thing of an exciting nature. Especially
S al, for what womanly woman ever had times happens that the sermons of the was full and peaceful- should they be excluded after five
any feeling but love for her home ? It inconsistent are worth listening to, and ".\h. life is so rich and o'clock in the afternoon. Their presence .
may be that she wants a certain sum of are eloquent for they usually know full" she said. "Morn is so interferes with the routine dutiesof

money for a certain purpose and the what they are talking of. Some of the short though the days are so long and the nurse, fatigues the already weary e
only way to get it is to work for it. We most appealing convincing and pathetic glorious. This noon I will weave my patient, who uncoiicious! of the cause
lectures from the
wonder why it is so>-why women work, temperance are web beautifully, carefully and strong." becomes nervous and restless, and the )
and do thit>gs they fotmerly could not, lips of confirmed druuuards. Careless But Dome nesting birds were near and result is often the loss of sleep which
would not and did not do for it seems people can speak eat nestly and trulyofthe she stopped to listen to their happy might otherwise have been obtained.

t that there is no more necessity for it great advantages and conveu- chatter. Then she came to a merry, Extra care should be! taken not to disturb J. H. LIVINGSTON
now than formerly. There is probablya ieuce cf carefulness and it even hap. laughing stream, in which she saw her the sleep or rest of a sick person. ,
reason for every Individual case nota pens that the idler can testify to the own fair form in its beauty nnd prime. -Jo"'oJ1'alid Cookery" edited by
general reason to apply to all cases. virtue that lies in industry. Scorn not And while her gorgeous roses sited .fIr!. Eliza A. l'ill..
It can hardly be always a desire for an the inconsistent. will lie be can tell you their petals in the stream that rapidly Roa! Estate Apt For Late WarID.PROPERTr.ES.
of
that
use to
things
many you;
independent position because having bore them out of sight, she hummed a .
to stand alone, and to maintain her not only iu the.way of suggestions but lullaby gentle nnd crooning, and the .
place, is very hard for some women to he can also be a living example to you tangled threads of her wonderful web Any Article that has outlived : : : : !: : : : II
of
would like acozy the beauty of the jewel, consistency. were forgotten. The loom stood still
do. They a quiet corner,
\ Flit LM of
If there in there of Lak. Front Fropertien for Hale, Improved and
home much more than the various are sermons stones Long afternoon shadows fell over 22 years competitionand Unlmprovtffl. T
must be good in everything. All Cor""lIOa&eDCI rruoipcl/.w.rd. Addres-
be the and withered
. "openings" that are now to grass flowers-no imitation and sells
found. HONOR BRIGHT. longer bright and sweet, but faded and more
J. H. Palm Dad' Ffau
:. ---a- dying. The glowing sun sank fat ther and more each year, must ftlSlIIo" LIVINGSTON' Beach, Co., .
and farther down toward the treetopsthe

I. Be the reason what it may a very V Good 1I"1fJ.Uon. birds bad ceased to chatter and have merit Dobbins' Elec.,

great change has conic, and the thinkers Now that the summer frnits are com the noisy stream had widened to a
are prognosticating still more ing iu, or soon will be, this it seems tome broad river swift and strong. But she trie Soap, first made in 1869, RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMK T. HOGG.

radical ones. It would be worth while would be a good time to be lookingup watched the harvesters iu a far field is just that article Those ,
probably to live a hundred or two our recipes, and remembering our through half-shut eyes, flooded with

years will turu longer out.just to see how the change experiences among of former the sisters summers of this, for exchange de.. dreamily afternoon; glow and said, slowly and I I who use it each week, (and Florida : Real : Estate : Exchange, ,

partment. The fruit crop this year "Ah, life was so busy at their name is legion,) save
promises fair. There will be so much noon-the birds and streamandnow MELBOURNE BREVARD CO., FLORIDA.

to do so much fruit to look after and the liny-makers. Till the other' clothes and strength, and let
that all the goodness,
the Let purity us hope the modesty will be retainedin care preparations for that iu we time.should There begin will our be heat things and of sun the, day when are my done heart grows after calm the : soap do the work. All that Properties all KlucU Bought/ Sold and Exchanged. Faxes Paid for

the devotion womanly the woman.mother love That and the jellies, jams sauces, pickles and pre. and my baud steady-in the C\LMI- we can say as to its merits, NOII-Residents. Contracts Taken for Setting out Orange
wifely
to make and most of us will tide-the silent
and serves quiet eventide I will Groves and Plantations.
will remain intact Pineapple
the tenderness
t' \ womanhood truth- want to try some new recipes.I weave mv web-my wonderful', beautiful pales into nothingness before
of -
that the glory have heard some little regret expressed web with the Indian River Lands
known Parlies
pattern to a Specialty. wishing to invent, or having
will never be tarnished in her contact that "T Sitting:; Room" has none but me. All the morn, bright the story it will tell, itself fits
with the big wide rough world. Some H lands for sale would do well
there to Correspond with us. "
under' "been cbanged"-that are not so and blue, I watched. All the noon
natures can retain these virtues Others many household articles in it as for glorious and warm, I lingered. All the own perfect purity and r

any and all circuuisancies. and merl). long: dreamy afternoon I smelt bruised! I quality.: if will give it one
down before the storm you
must go Now, while I like what ia (In It, gen flowers, and heard far-off songs-all SAVE MONEY BY BUYING YOUR -.I 1 1Z. '
the strong influence and the "gracionssoftness" with the erally, I do think we might have some delicious beautiful. Now, in the eventide trial. Ask! your grocer for it.
becomes replaced thing of practical use to housekeepers.I after the long day I will
I hard metallic front of business worldliness see but one way to bring that about. my web." weave He has it, or will get it. Tryit
and the -which is being Z.: Furniture and +
"go"
As the columns are to visitors and One by one the hours passed calm Carpets Matting
'f; accounted so much these days. friends "to call and express their views and full. The breezes slept. The next Monday. ,

and give hints or suggestions regarding birds were hushed, and softly, darkly Tb'r are many imitation!
I'' matters of interest the household," fell dusty uight-tiuie star-geuimi-il N. J). Elecliic Soaps which electiic HOUSE FURNISHINGS from

I No matter what her calling, her we can talk about recipes and methods and dewsprayed."Now ily plays no pait. Uublins

virtues or her characteristics may be, o f _hmi v _ a woman's charm is always her woman ters. hejdn to weave." She laid the fade.I. and Electro-Magici are fraudulent mutations. CLARK and LOFTUS
I li"tss-tbe something indescribably It may be that the editor Is not versedin withered /flowers aside-some fallinx Ask for Dobbins' Electric ice that, our name ,

a sympathetic and sweet in her nature, household management. To be front her hair and gown, and with is on every wrapper, and if any other Is sent JACKSONVILLE .. FLORIDA
F that responds and soothes for one of candid I do is. So hands that began to tremble she you by your grocer when you order ours,- e
writes of the she reached forth for uxj il tetk A,,,,.
r the best and dearest creations-women while she things the threads for her lo KiT Write for 0-8
can afford to say this of each other-is: knows and loves best we may do the web. She turned to her loom, to set' I. L. CKAGIN & Co., Catalogue.

j A perfect woman nobly planned.To same. Our homes and houses are very the threads, but those trembling hands _, Philadelphia_Ft.
I warn, to comfort and command. near us. They are the shrines at whichwe would scarce obey her will while

And yet a"I'irlt. .till and bright worship, and by helping each afar-afar-there were voices and
other in this way to make and keep faces-strangely familiar like those
of angel light
With Boiuelhlog an
those homes we can be making the known long ago seen through a misty S. B. HUBBARD & CO.,

i _a_ best possible use of "The Sitting veil. JACKSONVILLE., FLORIDA.Whnleul .. THE CARPET PALACE
A Quaint Old Newspaper Roon!" page. "I am not so strong as I was" she r .
of mending ot making said. "And how faded the colors of dealers us Hardware' gloves; I
A fac-simile of The Maryland There are ways cull ware. U'lHwIunware, AiuniHUitliib, KUhuip,
Journal and Ike coPy llaltimore Advertiser ot turning and pressing. Thereare iny beautiful thread and the pattern, 1'ackle.Barb Wlrt Kwuomg, i'nultry ... It'"f.' 48 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
the date of Friday August ao, means of saving steps or making known only to me, is blurred and in- Doors, Hn.h and llliiuK Agricultural .
bearing Boas IJarUwarttaml) CoruHw. IriluonPiri Where will find the Lowest Price the Best Seleutel Stock of
has been sent us by Miss Flor. beautiful useful and ornamental distinct. I am tired too, oh, very you at
eucc 1773. Spencer of Lake Worth being things that go to make our homes tired-and I must go to rest with my AVD KTTI( $U' 4 ur c& J.1'.r. : CARPETS. MATTINGS RUGS, SHADES, OIL CLOTH.

the first issue of the first paper ever lovely and cheerful and our dining work undone Tomorrow I shall MOSQUITO NETS, CORNICE POLES, LACK:
published in Baltimore. rooms apartments where "good cheer" surely weave my web. Oh! she sighed
its and quaintness can indeed be dispensed. Suppose we and looked for awav-"this morn this CURTAINS, Furniture Covering a Specialty
Of
a make course it interesting age, and the funny long discuss them making "The Sitting ,I noon, and now-night. It is too dark IN THE SWIM Mall Orders Will Receive our Most Careful Attention Semi for

"5." the stilted wording and the old. Room" a place of more diversified to weave now. I shall wait." Samples and Prices. 6-17 i
and instruction.I And it dark. And she
"make different amusement grew very
fashioned
so very
from that which we up gee in the papersof I have just finished rearranging for slept and when the morrow came, CLARK & CORBETT, 48 WEST BAY STREET., JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
httle there stood the useless and the
curious. the spring my own sitting room loom
today are very
On the first page is a notice "to the and the furniture looks as pretty and tangled laded threads. The eyes of THE POLK COUNTY NEWS .

public," which may be amusing to bright as new. After the sweeping and the weaver were closed, the hands
those versed in the necessary expense dusting were done with the pictures quiet and the singing lips very silent.
attendant upon the existence of a and curtains rehung and everything I And the wonderful pattern known THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF POLK COUNTY,
- RAYMOND D. KNIGHT
Nineteenth Century journal. It seems finally arranged, I took a cloth old, I only to her, was lost-lost-lost.LVKUAI.I. & CO.

that there were financial drawbacksthen soft, and large enough to make a good ,.
as now. Here is a portion of the handful saturated it with kerosene, -- A Large, Progressive Eight-Page .t

notice :- and rubbed thoroughly ia all the carvingl "\ Word Fitly Spoken." Importers and Wholesale Dealers IRCrockery
in the Center
Published
of piece of fur. Weekly,
and experience and corners every
difficulty
The The best words
great truest we ever speakare
of speedily obtaining a proper assortment niturr, going over it again with a dry words of cheer others, in whose The Phosphate
of printing materials an inadequate cloth. The result was as satisfactoryas life there are dark valleys of shade

number subscribers to. defray a fresh coat of varnish is and clean just and as and regret. The cheer we give is per.haps Regions of Florida at only- China Glass and Earthenwaro.
The
.. beautiful. room
the charge of printing a weekly) ne s- the only sunlight they ever know. ,
and lis feels satisfied 1HJLLAU
" several unfortunate tweet woman quite OXE PER ANNUM.
-' paper added to There are no sun-crowned hills of joy
with her work. Isn't a nice room
events which have happened 19 me and pleasure for them outside of what Subscribe and keep posted on
? RACHEL TUOKNB. Wood and Willowware Tinwan and House
a delight Furnishing Goods
have been the reasons why The Mary. we do or say. It may be that we are ,
land Journal and Baltimore AdvertU- ..---.N.-- of more importance iu the world to THE GREATEST INDUSTRY IN THE WORLD JII

t er made, so its long appearance.expected Hath This not I before flatter A Cabbage Cutter. some Reaching of its people our hands than we for dream them of.we Sample Copies Free. I 1 &.13 WEST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA

myself will be considered an ample All the inventive genius is not in the may find them. They are worth w. F. STOVALL, Editor. 6-15 .

apologv, ia the minds of the candid, Yankee: for I lea rued a cute little idea I looking I for AlSrt; 5-36 lUrtow, }'la.i I .

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AND WESTERN RY.
SAVANNAH FLORIDA
CARPENTERS WANTED I of their Hardware Dtalerr I KttiTt: April 4. 'H2.: Dnlly Kicept Humlajr.'MiMl .
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'J !I Time Card In effwt March 110.! 1892. Tralna$ will lenve 0)11111..110..1 TrnlllI... /... l..n' .luuj'lter II A. Ifl.
I .- .. 8 f who do not sell our SEIF SETTING r.KNCii: PI.AXK. Those who will do stand ArrleJuno 11:80..m.:
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Epriss .
::c'f mention this will receive FREE( a first-class carpenter pendi .. .
pacer Arrive, JupIter 11r15 .
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."...: rk..", V ii .'.;:;;:::: i-.u au; iri ;; ;; t "'i'iUj;i '"j"j ";.o TiiiJ.iii "fiii '; i iArrl. and circular GAGE TOOL CO.. Vineland NJ.J. C-3G .. ITt.. t..nv 3iplter, 11:111: p. m.
... W5y'Is I 1148 ant 4116 I'm O U sin I' 'O" am 4 00 1"" IU 10 pm 1010 1 pie : Arrive Juno ::1:411: p. m.
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I h.; ttI: ; '" Cog; ,1 curries Pullman ear \aHtivlllevia emip, aiiirnn. Ailtnta i anil Ch: .itinnuoza; ; ami Mnnn- ..- II.uli i.. ..!.k..d<"i Irs l> .r-ntiiir t horn. .I itlittma.10...**.j-nit All MITOHCMH.... EM btrlr.i.
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r f\. tr.1 '"i-.0.-uJ l-4'-t".c-; :: _Co =<:0.: :0.;:.. :JI: Jacksonville J J.3 Tampa & Key.AIfcTD Wost SysteM,I Th Magnificent Calling Steamships at of Clinrlcston thisLine are ItodiSTIAMIK. TIJv.1E.appointed:',V113: S.STD.A.JD to. sail as follows


Co lx.I o = ::> FROM NEW YORK. ; FROM JACKSONVILLE
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f .-: ttI: ;'Ixj 0 :; ;;. -I ,:_; Pier 29 East River. FLORIDA. L
o '-. Co-- "' \ Mil 30, nt :3pm; ...YKMASSin..Tlitirsiry.: : !, A 7. nt I .00
.C u. ,J .(I. EAST -:- COAST -:- LINES. \\Virtlny, r. pr. pin h
tI.2 S c= n 1'rialll.Apl'. I IItl pm.\LiO< ( ) (!IJIX..hllllln.rpl': 10), nt 2.30:\ tun.ClinKOKi.Tuesday

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; t. ,2. ";" .::; r.I ;0: :-f. 'lV.irlli-tfortruph' eouinry and reai.li pruiulnent( winter an
tJ ."'j'dH 'h.. $.0 cet" llorlda: THE EAST COAST Friday, Apr. 8 4, nt 3 prn..IRQVOI.4..ttt.1uiy) ; Apr. 17, at ;.::101111I
;.' Monday, Apr. 11 I nt :3 pm..YJ.: IA :-I.I..TII.'J\aln.r.; : : Apr.[ 11)\ nt 11.00 nm
I S'tz: tu ; THE GKKAT LAKE REGION, \Vpd'dayApr. 13:\, "t :3 pm..IANQt1S..rlltlrSdY( ) ( : ] Apr. 21 nt 11.30 nmniKKKEL.Siinday

tI: CII TUB: PHOSPHATE! FIKLDS, Fritlnr1'1'. lilIt 3 pm... I : ) : Apr. :24, nt 2.30pm: ,

r-4 1-3 I-i: g, ::; ;. Sy 0 THE PINEAPPLE FIELDS Monday; Apr. 18 l nt :3 jiiti....SHMIXOLU: ;.....TiicHdny, Apr. 2(1<(<1, nt .30\() am

oH :: Ii.., THE ORANGE: GROVES Wod'day.Apr. 20, nt 3 pm....lIUHjroiS}( ) ... ...Thurml'y, Apr. 2Snt I.iO: fill ai
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: = 9IS1mO \ d'dnyApr., :27 at ::1\ PIhl.(1( lIEIMKin.I ( ; : ..Tlmmd'y, May .', nt2: "noon
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i- 0 .0, c:0 Tliei llnei are. -qiilipei| | with thelntext Improtcd m xlt'rn apphancca'' for the an tul>. am S. "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE Jf (1uaA

I.., '.)... <0.:.. comlorillf pimM. ugi! r* Our imlriinacnll. Ihi'iii Hiu LYIIIt."PPdE3D'. DEBARY J\ MIA\\ Jf 1I5-VUfl / t

', ... .... 0 FINEST IN FLORIDA, CII lit. 'I'. W'. .I.U1'iU.JI'I'C ., / / / ;

1 1 Train leave .rllrk"'III, Viut .7. T. /. K. \v.. 8.so a. m..daily o\rei>. Sunday;ill.6' p. a''. .\ appointed to s.iil from .ltItkM)11V110, daily except Saturday, at
dally,4; wi ii. "in.. ilniH' r\ii-pt) Huinlnv.,' Arrive J.JO: P.. "m., It: t5' p HI bio /lfl4
1La4 I )> p.in. 3.30:: ) m., nnd from Sanford::\ daily except Sunday, at t 1))
rrinx Icnte Jnrkwinvlllv \ iu t..lt'.II' 1.1""., Hooa ... iliilh, luu i'. in., Sunday only I p. a m.
: : !: 1 I.OOp. in.. Hiiilj. e\ri |>t 1""III"y. Arrive II.BOa. in t.10 p. m.
> I'l. SOUT1IHOUN1)Head Dawn 8CI1EDULK. XOKTIIIiOUNI Head ).
Up.

INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS.: Leave :3 I t0:! p. ii;. . . Jack<.on\ille.. .. ........ Arrive 11:15: p. in.
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'n -rI I.cat.a TiluxvllloO.OOa. 'in. rtnil> except. Sunday) fm llmk Lvdo| ,, r:auOallle, MellHiiirui. am 8:00: p. iu.. .... . .. . 1'jiliitka . .. ...... .... .Lea\e 7:00: p. m.

t \ 'na)'l l.egte lunitiniti I !liliinttllu,). ) 1:10p.m.: Monday, Vedle9lluev.i. and t'rl"y., I..r.. Juplii-r) and 'u" I lin'l 1 :30 a. m.. .. .. . . .AotorSt. .. .... .. .. .. ... 2:00: p. a::1.

L4"f ra h ii.gi l oiiiifttinKat Jupitur .. jib trahul. ut J. A I. W. Kailvialor all poiutn on I.nkuurin I 2:45 a. in.. ... .. .. .. .. Frauds. ..... .. ....... 12:15 iu. -ac a32IJeh -
I I hIli'! I'e, t'.r.1",,,111I.1,10'lillilOr 1'*", "mapi.. II. >',"Ac 1'lIu.III..n.1 i allon| local|a K cnl9or.tur.l'"\.adiln-otlio, .1:010 I : ,p. '''. lorl ot-iuritl.liui.ville 1'aiuciiDui, and. a av AiiuiitU In IP I 5:00 a. m.. . . .. .. ..Hereford.lilne ..... .._...... 11 ::45 p.a. m. (I(4 ., ;

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: Lake Worth and Jacksonville F. M. IKONMONOKU, Ja., l<'ln.I'I\8f.Agt., 88 \%'. Hay St., Jacksonville\ Fla.

...... \V. F. OGUFN (FAT, '1'. P. Agent, M West Hay St., Jacksonville, 1 Fla.J. .
"-- TRANSPORT A TION O. I'KIOT, '1'. and C. Agent fool 'Laura St., JacUsomille, Fla.

',. 1 : COIPAIY. A. G. WATOV, Freight; Agent, fool hogan St., Jacksonville Fla. A.acpwuJII 3QN J.

-; I II' [ JOHN HOWARD, Fla. Frt. Agt., foot Laura St., 03 NNAM 5uYd'j \

J. A. LESLIE; Supt.( foot Lain St., ;

lOUt3VIU .NtW: tiJtAMY iCMKWO- RY CO 1,19sr"1 Lake Worth Steamboat Service.In MAKMIALL H. CLIUE, ASMt. '1'. M., 5 Bowling Green, New York City. .uPui 01 'lI uuIlvuuoJuiiowlqdwidv1I9 Jullllp.Is5 dV'alU5i,3U1qi Sql JOPi.lle\

l'n :on. '1'. M., 5 Howling Green New York N. Y. ( \

t THE: PULLMAN CAR LINE E Effect April 4th, 1892. Daily Eteipt Sunday. toWm.. P. Clyde & Co. General Agents.

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; 1ll1B']] *> 4'nun' I:4t: pin .!1 6 <>ik I.nlln j 61 4:20 pm 11 :.M am jxjuilion Uriteto
9: 'iQinj! 2:'15 pm 8 I'ltl.lolnn\,\ I f-l 3:is pm 10:55 am mrm1iAJ; A r ioN'D Nis! C

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; LOUISVILLE KY.
or IndianaD oIisAND Dinner) 4,"> in in u ten.'
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; t ISt'lit1.;: It'\'e b'the Worth laIr Palm Bpach at 7 ::30. return.In : I.

i ;!. S-II.- 4.nrrC'B ut Luke Worth, ut 5-10,:: v. m. :i:LORIDA: CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R'Y.
47 U. n. 1II'S-UUll'I\SOS.: 1'/cII't G. A. GALE: .
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; Chic3 and the Northwest _n .. Jacksonville! Fla, o2*, 1891.! ,
: 1'JorWn Trunk Mno.

The Pullman Vestibule Ser,ice Between JupIter and Juno. AntI to nil points in South, luddle and) Went; FIuiaIi Mobile, Xew (1l'leurIK) and the TampnSliort Southwest. DireU Line Connettions

I On Night to All Puillt"iul'IIiIt'bt;\ ; mid Northeast.
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I'urlor Chair Car on Day Trains. ;; : '1111I" Cllrcl iu iiivBOfTII. : (.t 1'iHf'IIIllt'r JUlNUJ.;
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: lielupcn' -'!.!:!') a .!'t! !Pi. II 011) ..11' I N Junu. 11111 an,_ Ii III) poi_ I'10 .DI I---J ... Jj II 7.111 II OO p i 32H :1111.\: ......Hllh\lIl..I.\' 7 .111() pl2:! 01 n

1 the Winter Cities and Sumiiur lieeorti Trellis T1 a...11IIfi lIollv. r ulI.1. .-uuunjim Will carry E......... and South.bound Mall U tlO p.l1 I.) IIL\.JIIf.I.IIOII\'l, 11".. ArlJ ,_ 1 _:u. '' I'y(' 12:! 14 u' 45 ....Lake ('ih..I.\. 0 28 I) if:Ji800ii;
of the Nortlfwfbl. 1ii,..il.,. Thuniilav ami SaturdayTrain -- -- -- 1 35; 1:1:1 III.\r.....I..' ; p "
I 4.:. & and. 0 Dully rirapt ... ; Freight and Faiuuengeru., and 10 uJ pjl:.! ::40 Lv..... Italihuii; .LAr \ J 1111 II o.j- It \ !! U"k"I.,\ iJ.'" .I(, \
on Monday. YtednnW 3 10
;: d sal 1-rldat. the North bound.U..r l1lj llj l' ..... .littll.kt.I.\l1' 41n 4 81 II ; u 10 :24! nArmr...... ll\tli..III..L\. 4 44 1'1 I K>> :25n!;
W. U. McDOEL, Irafna H aud 4 Kunday, unlr : 4:0: all 35li ; .... '
1 n rltitt Monday. January 4, 1$9t.!) 7:80: a. m. W. B.COFHN 12 :::3 1'1 223 I' .'r..iisa tluirne..L\110 44 n .1 ..T It ltllltI.l'lIo..Lv :3 2(5(>> I' 4 30310iv
General Manager..M Supt : 20 u :2 05; I'Ar, ..:TallaluiHwe, .
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8 :28.! in 7 1t) pAr..l'laiit l'ity..i..s 3 50 u,! y 17 i I' .............1 I 72;; .liniiunati.... L7., 50 1'1...........
7 45 n H ;25 Ar. .... 'I'anu..L I 5 00) ul.\r..Ht.I.c..iH..L\.. 7 :35 pi...........
J' VeMibulcd lrm tad loead. Solid tnta carrying Pull......'a Float Buffet 'p !!.. \ ut410j..j 1 .. ,
:: FA V RITE SINGER Room Sleeping Can from ST Al'CCS1JXI> lo CINCINNATI viibaui change Lighted With Dnvuw gu! -... .- 1. 5'j pArVuldo........L231 \ li 23 ............ JullIr,11nI :!.. :..CIlll.igO.:.:.... L\': -1 15 pi........... a

i Par Coaches .bus coaveawacci ol, loikl.inukiat. apirtmerl.lit.. and an attended b, aa espuneacegpoteet .. ...... .... I'r.....Uainenvdle..H 10 u III.............. !. rN lII.i.H l1ti. OI itl: '! 'aDlpu.
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05 i ud Chicago. 1OOA. M"THE daily. t'U\'lIllt'he.'u; 4 3' -;--- .... _.._..._. ..... _. -v 111'I '"
l!) Arrr 'lackwoinille New Orleans. 0 !p:, y 30 u ; ",Jm'Uonv'ilfe.. .\
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SPECIALS-SOLID TRAIN. 5" HMn
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J 20LOW : ....pollraaaandManaBufletSlccpuiiCan.'.Jackioavtllt Dally, T.U P. Callhaa.from JACKSONVILLE LIIII'.M: ; Wjyciau to CINCINNATI, 10.90 P. M; Jwup without., II iii"c"'o. M.Ainvca ,... Tot.MAMt ILl.E-Mo.NTIC'ELI.tl HoCTK. j'H--. U-It -II (Iltl- I'.Lv..Hruu'I&Id..fr 11\r..lIl.uullwlt.k..L\::. H 00 u... ..........

.' lI> at Macao U'4. M.; AtlaaU! *.it A. M Chatuaooga, 100 P. M. Lcavt CliatuouuKi, I-00; -___ _ ----------. _ 500 PI 6 47 !.\ .JIaion. ..... .0 10 5ooli 4
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t,. ;; J.very; MacUine baa & P. U. amve u CUlCID...... T JO A. M. and Chicago 8 30 P.M. DAILY. I I 1J.1IL\. 40 p 10 35 a Ar..Atlunto..L\ 1"20. ai' 800..

p; k drop leaJ, fancy cover ."Through Sleeping Can lean Chuuaooga lor Wul ll'_. Philadelphia aa4 New York, 8.3S A. M.| -7 00 alLv I ..............:Jac'ksonvilli*.....:............:AI I l'I 23 l'I''II so "I 5 55; plAr..l'Lattancniga'o 700 530a

k .. i. two large drauen, ,iib riHicl tings and lulL 'ui Scenic Shenandoah Valley Route. 845 ulLv.................Lake City....................Ar <> 28 p: 045 p 45 Ii.Ar.....i.oimullH.. L1. 00 plloop,
t4 ,1, KI ..f Atlac'imentU| : lo any Singer Machine 93:1 aILv..L"t Ouk ...... .. U 20 040 I'. '" .L7 10 p >
!! .. ..........Ar 540 p I a \r.... l. .
:4'J'I L-; Higb.{..olJ Ana(roq Majine S4(1. *10.$..CO a bclfuing ry Canvassen.The ne*.. tk.ui RUM, fvldwi to alt sad Eulera all ulurawtwa Polati an, u apply low W by uy.b.1.idtet. flues Agent.. br la uf>lunda.M,rail oc u route Far berth _.. I 11 3"5: aLv/| .................Moutkellu: ....................Ar:: 3 2(1 :p'PI'' :45; a 62- pAr.....St.. 1tl. : I..L'....... \. 1100 8 00 p I-a

die anU wrlf tlut Juig' abuitle. Atnalinyouf 12 43 plLv I ..............,1'homuiiville...................Ar 220( pj,; 7.i _a__I _."). (.'_)_11..1r._ ....... "c'ugo a
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home beK-r* payiBrrtt H asltd. liny direct 'JOLLY l DUt. Pass. AgL, 82 W. Bay SL, Astor Block JACKSONVILLE, FLA.B. 8 1J }pll.v..Mtlutlou..r.\-\r/ C 45 a',I' Leaves Jucbollnlll'uud' __':::::L\ _I)JOa. ?

the Minufacturer anJ UIC (, inU' profits bo* W. WRINM. C. N. KICIIT 11 10 (plLv...............Hiriniii::!liaui .............:....Ar 3 47 uy. bunduy truiu .'t'rIl8Udnl1; tluily' _
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five Cea'l$ P.... Tu-kel Art. .... 10 ulLv.......... ......:Nnfhullo\ .. l'u1'11 J.uI.J.lIoovlll; 'lIIak
;.. udct getting ceiuflcaict: of wtrramce fur AMA C.o-l P Art. 6 ................Ar 8 :50 p !! :"O .111. :
r. yean Semi (oc mach>nr .. Hh name of tbtuinttta ANOV&LL&1T&NN. ATLAMA, GA. 12 14 1'1 Lv..I ..II.ls:1/ : 04 Pl l'uwlilamntoutuonnHfiion7avt( 'ernantlinB 5:00

i 1 *,' .. *r am r will chip one at oa* \i plAr.................CindnuaU ..... ........_....|.yi 11 Oo 11 ( (P.ln..arrlveaJat.ksonville6:15p.m.: *'ullman, :
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CLASSIFIED.!' which we are mm laboring I do not An Enterprising Man. Tomato Plants cod
--.- Sprouted Cocoanufs- I Wsj. A. Boons! JAS. B. BOCKI..
think need hesitate make
we to
On* Prominent Authority MM a Srhrmr tise MACON, :Mo !March 10, 1892. Spencer) fe Son, of Lake Worth, ESTABLISHED 1876.
of these general characteristics to I .+.. . . . .
For Arbitrary tlmwlflratlon. Queen City Sit rev rend A7rkel Hating have a quantity of Tomato Plants
-.- simplify the \puzzle a little.-JOHN Co., L'nst St. Louie, Ills.I of the very best variety for sale I
A casual observer coulJ gee but B. BEACH in Florida Dinpnlch read Mrs. Bailey's experience These plants are free from "clubroot" W. A. BOURS & CO

little resemblance to the blackberry y.-, selling games and am tempted tn and are in prime conditionfor ,
In the pineapple, yet botanists show give experience plating. paid planting. also have
Clow Planting lint. my ; They a (ftuccrtsor.to William A. Bonn.)
us that anatomically (If we may ___e_ $5.00 for one of Queen Platers, for supply of Sprouted Cocoanuts,
apply the word< ), they are closely Dr. William Hanson's letter, plating gold, silver or nickel. I had ready for planting, for sale. 47tf I| Grain Hay, Feed Flour, Grits. Me U.
related. The core of the pineapple no trouble" to all the knives, Garden Seeds
quoted by one of of your department get Cotton Seed Meal and Fertilizers.
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answers to the receptacle and each forks casters and jewelryI ---
editors In :March number, can* spoons, I
nipple represents the month of and not fail to general attraction from could plate. The first week I CEO.S.HACKER& SON Office, 22 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida l
calyx of the separate ovary of n made $27.00 clear profit the second
all who know ) ;
anything of pineapple
compound frnitcorresponding with Warehouses! on tracks of S. F, A W R'y. nnd F. C. & P. R. R.
culture He should have ended $12.40, and am now averaging
the little globules: of the black his advice by hU statement that heW $45.00 per week. I have advised a \\\\ Corre )pordence Solicited. Catalogue Mailed Free on Applicaton. 6.25

berry. Pineapples seldom mature 8 not an "Agricultural Pope," number of my friends to try this I-W-I .

the seed, though some varieties frequently for It is! very misleading and most business, and they are all doing; ,
do, notably the white Anti- well. The machine is .
completeand .
likely would cause harm to '; '"
great ,. ,
which blossom ltglimmer. ".' "\ rI l
in specimens > does the work 1 -
rapidly. can
gun anyone entering tnto the business I r .1\\
The seed is found hallway .. \' JI" -
of pineapple culture, and who make as much gelling Platers as 1
(,,If- ERuILL STEVENS ENGINEERING GO;
between the core nnd the rind,, could not afford to lose !leis all. plating Hoping my experiencewill '& .}

directly behind the center of tin. In the flat place, Dr. Hanson' benefit others, I am yours truly, ,. )
nipple and resembles a very small should U. G. STOOKKT. ...-..", .
"pineapples have plentyof -
says Mechanical\ and Electrical
apple seed. They are very dilltciilt room, and that to crowd 12,000 If you want to make more clear LgIANUFACTURERS Engineers,
to sprout but they are the only than made in I r
into the space: of one acre Is an money you ever your
source of new varieties, as slips and error;" that they should number life, send for circulars and! price of OF

Buckets, like grafts and cuttings, ;5,000 to the acre so as to admit of the Queen Plater, for gold silver\ Doors Boiler-Making and Blacksmithing
never sprout. Most! of the choice! ready fertilization and cultivationwith nickel copper and brass plating ; ,

sorts have been thus started from the Acme harrow. can be used by any one. Plates Sash
seeds In England nurseries, when This statement U the' greatesterror beautiful and equal to the finest Of nil Kinds Done nt Short Notice In the Best Manner.

they are sprouteu under bell glasses of all, for should pineapples work. Every class' of goods or Blinds,

at a temperature of 00 he net out iu accordance with his metals. $20 a day can easily\ be Mouldin Boilers, Engines and Machinery of all- # ,

There are numerous specimens on 2 feet in 4 feet made. Address, .
plan, rows apart, ___ 8.8 i
from -,\NDBuilding ----Kinds -
this coast bearing homegrown one single crop of large line apples Queen City Slim and Nickel Plallng Co., .

seedlings; which are very excellent, will be the result, for being so faraway I East St. Louis! J II!!. 6-tf Material AOKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
hrtillcial heat stir I ,
hut without I
from each other the suckersfrom
difficult to make them sprout. All the first crop come up, they i CHARLESTON, S. C.
the choicest; products of the Eng
tart, and as their. weight Increases! I
lish pineries have naturally foumi :XOTICI, LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH.
bend the shoot downward until, I
Jamaica, and the I have several desirable' .
their to by properties
way of fulling by their own weight, the for sale fronting on Lake 1$1" Send for Prices 1McALLISTER
; law of the survival the titles), apple breaks the sucker away from H. H. BERRY
through human, not naturalelec.! the parent stem and perishes. Worth-improved and unimproved. ,

tion, the Ripley or HI pIe)' Queen basuperledl'1 This can't ptrssiblyhappen when /5-tf O. S. PouTfcii. Corner of Church and Main St., : : ORLANDO, FLA. l

: all other pines. It is a the plants: are set out say 12,000 or --.---..- 1.j Manufacturer of-
conical pineapple with most 13,000 to. the acre or 20 to 22 inches contractor for
excellent\ flavor and fair shipping :MERRYDAY AND) PAINE 4
apart. In this case one plant offers( Carriages Buggies
The Agricultural ArtesianWells ,
qualities. ready support to its neighbor and Jacksonville, Fla.,

Department hag been distributing die result is a better second, thin!, PIANOS, OUOANS, GUITARS, VIOLINS! (I "It i= Buckboards, Road Carts,

specimens in, this State for years fourth, fifth and even up to the BANJOS| STRINGS, SHEET Music, etc t c l j KAU GALLIE FLA.
and these several different / I One & Two Horse Wagons i
past among If handled 1
eighth crop, rightly; All prices forcash' or on t.'rmsto suit : i ,
varieties under the name olUipley but rightly precludes Shy posxibilily til Iv 5-U Dump Carts &c.
arid Uipley" Queen Hut of running the Acme or any ,
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with us a variety of Queen called other harrow through/: pineapple' -Also Dealer in-
Egyptaln Queen has taken precedence is ruination and
Phis sure to think '
'e r though whether it is really sir it makes me shudder. eC Harness Whips Saddles &0
equal to the genuine Ulp'ey' or The pineapple is a surface feeder ITJ = '
Riplvy Queen we cannot yet feel and tool with will
any long teetn A Al Work Guaranteed.
ctrtain, liming only had genuine ruin any pineapple patch in the }f
.Jamaican Ripley plants for a short COo !:' :- 11!( == 5-10 Give me a Trial and Save Money. j
world if penetrating deeper thau i 8
as :.;;{ > +1eP
z .. C'211C'2o. .. .!.(.. s
time.The one Inch, < F ; ::% ; : ;; "' ; :::0-
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classification of varieties is
There is no desire on my part to F: j1" ::! 2z': :1 _, a ); I co...
.. very much confused, and so far as question anyone's views', but I have r- '7 C.. _.:.;z CD.. !:!. '"' I'T'I, -
known no authority Ie in existence a desire to protect any unfortunate, F 1 II: ":..L! oho"! r y .
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and a
the classification _
culture bearing of upon the pineapple. The English who being nfisled have by mistaken in Tl ?. 1'=: s.-: ,.,, !"'II"g' ,.. o c n:::;) z<: U R RAY & BAKER
Manual l de- ideas, tietr'all they perhaps, r- P!:: 1=+ .. s' aR7k %' E3: P E. Me M
Pineapple only the world, melt into thin air. I .> Ci\f"'l I -c ,
scribes a few of the varieties generally love to see all succeed. There is :t;; "C't: mtie :: o"rw ,1 Jacksonville, Fla. ,

grown there under glass, and room and to spare for all, and successful .. o.:. .,,0:2.Iii"' '' ".,. CD p :;z: Will\ Haiti and' Soil rOIl any kind nt a Vehicle w.nl,,.|. l'l..eapll"! | C.rt., Dump Curt .
the Directory of Gardening contains = + .:. .1f'f' ,...=w'" r"C On and Two lltirn Farm \\aitnnann Iron or steel AxieA And Cut; or Steel II".'.... Good
ones at that. THOMAS: E. Work Only.t lxur Flguroa. ibaafoa.CnrringerRoadWagon.Trurk.' lUnil Carte; and
a still more meagre list. In RICHARDS, In J-lorida liiipatch. .-- --- llurrvl Carl,mill a Full Line of llnrnpM. W'hltx, lap Kolm. unil W.iuo Umbrella of... )
Agricultural De ili-rrlplli'n. LarrlitKO .nJ W.1I0.l'erl.l., Ac., *.. ...lur1 *nil Daleirooiu., MAIN a.'lmClk'lt .
years past our .. !iT;;.
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partment. added to this contusion
by careless labelling, sending out The Front Line-Ia
several varieties of pines under the -.- 4. i
same name one day and giving the John A. MacDonald in thelast 11az

same names to the same variety on issue of THE TROPICAL Sex: -- .---.
,. the next. Moreover, pines grow takes the position that no portionK

.'for years in one locality, say upon >f the mainland of the United DESIRABLE LAKE WORTH PROPERTY.
one of the West Indies, acquire certain States is absolutely exempt from
characteristics due U the soil\ frost, while in another column of

climate and otber influences, whichin the same issue we find the prospectus W

the course of time caiifo themto of the Boston and Atlantic The undersigned! offers for sale the property known IIi the Gary AHeyser '
gradually diverge from the orig Coast Lund Co., which contains the
loal type more or less also thesame information that four-flflbe of- Us lands consisting of over three hundred and sixty acres (3GO( ) in

identical variety is known indifferent lands are below the "frost line," three scperato tracts embracing some of the most desirable lauds on \

Islands by different/ names. and nearly all located between Ti- Lake Worth. ,
As a general classification and tusville and lilscayne Hay It is

simply for convenience, pineapples quite evident that either MacDon-
may be divided into three general aid or the land company Is wrong

divisions, the Black the White and Prof. Va- Deman of the United
NO. 1.
the Queen's. Of course these are States Agricultural department I"ii'k
accurately defined clashes, and supports the position( taken by' '
not
so many hybrids and seedlings it Mat-Donald, for he says that no Is a tract of fifty ((50)) acres or .wore located on the. west shore of

would be imposhiole. ; to classify portion of the United Stated id entirely Lake Worth, adjoining: the Oak Lawn Hotel, properly with J.lgh 'Mull j, H

under any of these beads ; but for exempt tram fl'Ui''I itlttJon... .>n Lake front, very desirable. fur luiililin, :; purpose, well dltidfd Intu
all that It will bo found of great During the great freeze of 1880
convenience in coneideiing them. tender vegetation was injured on Moist Laud, hummock and Scrub land, excellent for Gardening and

Thug each of the principal West the Florida Keys and the mercury Fruit growing.: On this. tract: are several hundred Cocoanut and other Combined Barrel and -box mart s sI.
India Islands has its Black pine wont down In 33 degrees at Key anexrullentandnlnu..fludialwn.tbiehude.leutablwt Fanu, Grove or Ii.eC.ee sa themaxwhohl.rrarualulucb.adorp.udc.nbeused
White which we designate West. There is no doubt however tropical fruit trees (many of them. In bearing) such as! Orange, Lemon anhaulln b ('ring... or Fruit of an 1rergotebloaor.tytbmgelm.u,1 '
and its pine, 1111, two tl.rough will the ox r.t. the b.ndin himi
by these adjectives and the that the greater portion of Dade Lime, Guava etc. no.ab h, dro bx madmtr.b lb. barn-I. n btrh bold hrtw.eu 50 and uu g.lluaw and witlt I
1d. cite alw be.rrauged C.e.rry tore.pump !or .prayma. Frns
name of the island as a sort of sur County is practically free from Ltrrelandnoxaompletetl5.W, 11'hetl.bruadtread. 6.10
name. Thus in Antigua they have frost, especially the region known
the Black pine and the White pine a2 liiscayne liay. Not only U this .
which we know as the Black Aiiti- favored region situated far south NO.2.

and the White Antigua. The as latitude goes, but is well pro
gua laden winds from Known the Homestead of Emanuel Ileyser located on the west.
black pine of Jamaca dilf"rs'er)' tected from frost as ANDERSON & CO.
CHURCH
little from the former and was pro. the north-west. by Lake Okeechobee shore of the Lake one half mile south of Oak Lawn, containing one ,
from the same English: seed and the Everglades, whose watersare WIIOLESALEPRODUCE ;
bably half mile front the Lake with -
olF hundred and sixty acres, ((160)) one on
Red continually giving large
Black
The or
ling originally, f
\
Spanish belongs to this type, that quantities of latent heat, to say high bluff overlooking the Lake and the Ocean beyond. On the placeis : FRUITS : AND : COMMISSION : MERCHANTS, .
of the effect of the Gulf 42 East Bav Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
40 and
which are dark in color nothing and fruit
la l pines a two story dwelling nearly new, several hundred Cocoannt
before ripe and the general character stream sweeping northerly along I OUR SPECIALTIES :
of whose foliage: is dark. The the coast with its burden of warmth trees, some iu bearing. This entire tract conissts of a nice level square Pilsbury Best xxxx Spring Wheat Flour, .

Sugar Loaves ,and White Antigua from the tropics. Just at presentthe well adapted to the growth of Pineapples, Citrus and other tropicalfruits Finest Grade Fresh Elgin Butter,
belong to the second division, and lands about Biscayne Bay are Full Cream Cheese, _
their fruit is generally green or light being rapidly taken up and the Swiss Cheese and Brick CbecM.

in color before mature and the general country is developing: fast ; but.

cast of their foliage is light, when the transportation question is
solved and the lands which are now NO.3Known ii iirf
usually pure green.We
of this class being cleared begin to produce incomes .
find that pines
the South End of Lake Worth, lying
"Solitude located at
as a general thing do best in partial ten letters will pour in for as :

shade, while dark varieties seem to every one that goes 10 Biscayne partly between the Lake and Ocean and partly around the south end of

prefer full exposure to the sunlight. Bay at present. when the the Lake and up the west side, having a high, bold front, upon the
The ilperall111bl of the first class There is a day coming
|Ii erect, as the Porto Rloo and Black southern. portion of Dade Countywill ocean for one mile, also fronting the Lake on_ three sides. On this tract

Antigua while the white varieties be one of the most for populous settlers which contains One hundred and sixty ((160 acres), tuere. is an immensebed .
spread or portions of the State
are inclined, while the more Queens to make broad\ and tourists. It is doubtful if a of dry muck, A large area of firs class Fruit and Vegetable land, < I r'I,1
droop s
Curved leaves and the immature finer climate can be found for invalid Cocoanut Grove with over three hundred trees in bearing, and several I 1 thgrrh 1 { 1

neither\ be termed greenor or a better environment for
fruit pan hundred small trees.
dark and has rather prominent the. culture of tropical products
nipples. The Queens seem to with certainty. of success van be

thrive a class squally have in sun more or vigor Lade than and found\ anywhere Our opinion in may the be United8tatl'll con. The title to all the above described lands U indisputable. Land ?

as either of the oUter. :t\QW' these sideretl as worth. something, or at will be sold in large or small quantity. to suit the purchaser. Call on
but least disinterested, when it is understood
division absence Are simply of any arbitrary authority and that we do not own, a dollar's or address- Judge A. E. Heyser, Finest Grades and Varieties of Table and
in the
iu the face ol the hopelessly mixed worth of land in the section referred 8 Oak Lawn, Dade Co., Florida. 5i.3mo8 Seed Potatoes, 'i '
under to.-Indian Hirer Advocate 1
classification
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The Orlando Grape and Fruit Company THE TROPICAL EXCHANGE. 86. A ten acre tract on the J. A I.-. \\'. II)'.. -

Cfcc CropicalJUNO. 1ttt. has just finished the getting/ of.1 -- mirth of Juno, being\ a strip \1104 feet a |.ti' IIII'

210.1()() vines of the White Niagara variety. tho noitli ml. ..l Lot n, N. r, .11.: T. i If, 4.. BRELSFORD BROS.DEALERS
A Few of the Choicest Bargains Now This plice, Is partly Improved, hits. n< small ,

.", ,-, -- = ::: '-' _......._ Offered. house excellent water, overlooks. tho ocean
.. 'lop miles, hns a fine view of the Lake In on the
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I I' If'. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. Messrs. P. W. Merritt and t. A. Stead the announcement ot The Tropical! ) highest elevation betveen Jupiter and Juno -

Osteen accompanied Mr Chas. Lowe 8. huts several' thousand Plneapidu plants In a
Page
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to Juno this week as witnesses lo his healthy prosperous e-jnditlim and ran bo
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2. final proof on his homestead claim. All :No. 1. re a 1.1-itrre tract having a take front bought for fSSO cish.Bt. _
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these gentlemen are residents of Bis- Kfte/ of JIB rods, unit lies next tonne of the beta
One mile nest from LsAe Wnrlh Is.
I A caVe Hay and tnade the journey up I hotel on the Lake. .:\' r.lootol thin l le available II
holy' ol ISO acres, w hlrh Is not fur sale
exceptan
tUi'L here afoot. land and at leant h\o acre of iteompriseaone General Merchandise
METG.1LF entire tract This piece Is near. llypolnso.towards ] .
J of the rlehe't hrdfiof murk soul, vetfi'liimould '
s _-"--- the south end
it ----r.-' of. the Lnke. Price,
\ J-Jditor ((rub/i.sJicr. tr> lie found anywhere. The mention ulIbli
Oar lMnrftppl. Land lit A I. (land neat t.. H good hotel and tronttt>K nn 1.1.000.

--------- ------- .....- the very bet flnhlng( groundon the Lnke to. 41. Town loll 'in Juno the county sent lire

Capt. T. 1'. Richards, of Eden, was amore getheraIththe intrlnnie. value ot the IntuIturlf on side at from $:;KI 1 to |.15n each There nre

. Religious Directory than welcome visitor to the Lake make this a Ptierlntly" detilrahla |l't"l"r'Iy. only twonty-llvo of these lots now .,n the mar Oldest J KataulUhttit: Business on Lake Worth.
this week. He came down for the sole It will be Bold o"I.lor..h, and ,1.f\\0 l \ will ket, and,' nil of them lire well located and Very

of "seeing that the boys got buy It.No cheap at the prices named.
purpose .
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rim: :I'I I'J\\I. riirnrit OF "
JIETH KSDA: IIVTil :-NNA: started right in their pineapple work. : i. Ten and thres-fonrth acre lying nn :No. t}. An especlnlly deslrnhle Improved

I JlKV."' J. N. Mft.i'tmt...........................Keclo His valuable suggestions! and advice the Lake having ten role' Lake frontage( and proierty.| ()< acres lying linlf any between
Service every Hundny Inurnhig nt lti:8Co : and the readiness and willingness with 00 located that the entire length lies on a nuidto lake. worth, and Puliti Itcnch pntitolllces and NAPES' L1illI'ILIIkLJ.t[
'cli>ck.service. which he answered queries and encouraged
the fresh water liken. This deslt .100e tort hitting ahrautlfulfronta I eon I Iwth Lnke and
{ I Afternoon; lor nt 4 Colnn'd o'clock.people. every Sundny their asking was fully appreciated 1* In such shape. that, It can be. cut Into lota nl Occnn. This. lot himuver 15'I feet of ..sea-wall

l't K.venlnu; lr.ver everv Frldny nt 4:1K: by those whose good fortune it any width and give every lot a frontage an exlcndfng-nerosii entire Lake frontnge, and

1 ,,'rlo k. was to accompany the Captain on his up| coed road. No bejter fruit IH..I I on l iko II flue, new 8-room, "'1.111'0 residence, attractive
of insrection. He was as readyto
,. THE rintisTiA.v rxiox.lKV. tour Worth end for pineapple culture it I* llntCM. in appearance, elegantly finished. and veryroomily

1 i 1'':. (iAl.R............................ .....Pnwldent.ItcllirlmiK commend methods good points and as his to criticize volun Thin plere I I. only separated from the nnd' conveniently built( Folly I.fliK Soliciting Agents for Liverpool and London and Globe' Insurance Co
erroneous ,
Scrvlcea ot tho Went Side SchoolHoUNeat West Side whool. sod church prnK-rty| by the tropical fruit and orn.mrnllllll'\'r.llre nn this
.
loHO: .. leered statement that "the West Side
n.m.ev..r.vMlln..v.llllln..I1. '
street mentioned. An etcellent public nhftrl lilt, linlf of them "beinn
fully roconnnls. ThisIs
Iv after rtnndny School. Everybody; fiitlnlif. pineapple land was equal to the very
tars eM|>eclnlly) vlHltlng the Luke are cordinlly best at Kden" was a matter of the adjoin) the water fnmtnge of this land. tl.Ouo' tho choicest of tho very few h"IroV'oIlIA"r.
h : Invited. to meet with UN.IlKo. greatest encouragement tooir plant rash will buy the truct. ofrrrrdforsalt' on Ihe ellHt file of the Lnke.

I f fWSIIA .1-111"1.. ers, for as one of them reasoned "we No. I. TwentyFouracree01Lake fmntex' while Its central location nttd Its being the

: H. Hnn.I.KV....................Superintendent.SnblmthSchiiol can change our methods of planting tending bark to the fresh water ntreant ..went., nearest residence to school' and church nmke Also Proprietors Of
I nt IYrstSide; : Nchuulllouq modes of preparing ground and regulate Juno. This land I 1. emy of access tu the railroad It a rnrebarTnlnnt $:.f lO. Title Is perfect and I I ,-II'
nt 1>;HU a. m. every Hundny. the distance between plants, but wharf and. steamer and nllbont dork. of n e can mnke a complete transfer of lilies on

!t I'ItAl'Il iriITIXI1. blest it we could change the character Juno, I Is all high neful land for plneiippletand ten hours notice

All are Invited, to attend theChrlntlnnprny. of the soil if it wasn't all right." MessrsG. has a pretty Lake front of 40 ", .IH. This -.- PALM BEACH NURSERIES
er niMetlligM. nt the house of \'. (). Spencer atE C. Matthams manager of the Florida will be Mild. In a body for flMO or In lot* nf 4
4 o'clock every Mu .day eveningA topic fntptudy The following list of land ..e"I'Irr.IH.. .
; : ulll hexlvenoiit I nt :rash meeting; lotthe Pineapple{ Company's plantation; acre at fflOO per lot each fmlr.acreetrip hav 1.. Uun.ln..o'I.oo"' acres of cnnnl Innds, nndthese
W. H. Parkin the big hearted
next HiicceiMtlnir meting owner Ing110fertl.nkefrontage. This tract He In
selections were msulohyune01 the best A Good Assortment of Tropical Trees and Plants to which Additions
Juno the County peat, and I I. a rare bargain .>
house, of Kinterhousc fame, and ye an Uiventtnent, nnt cnnniderlnjf' the value of the etpertJndgessoul' apprslsereoflundvnlnce' in are being constantly made.
editor of THE SUN, were the lucky es- land for the culture! the profitable r'lorldH. The following letter I accnmpitnledthe I
I General DIrectory. coi t of our honored guest that day and pie*. lncnp lI.t..r tracts placed In our |imtda' forsnlc: I

right royally were they all entertained Xo. <4.< l* a BigOpportunltrfora ndient f-T. Arui'HTiM. .'|.... MI\I'\'hl1l.: 1'111' !
>
: by the Mesdames I'arkin and Mat :I
t.. S. SIGNAL OFFICER AND CiOvEIl.MEXT thams at Everglade Cottage when old who wink t.> control On. Lake and Ocean Guy T. Mclcalf JCsq., Manager Trop r+

TEIKOHA1'H; STATION AT Sol had reached his zenith. These frontage without purchasing! l: great imnlUy| ical Real Kslate Exchange, Juno, PALM BEACH DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. .
JirriTKII IXLET.: Kind ladies had prepared a generous of l land to do it. It ronninu! of that long stretchnf Dade Co., lea; ,

A. J. MITOHRU......................Dlllcer In Charge. spread indeed and after enjoying an peninula East Hide, strip extending from DHABSIR :-1 I enclose herewith list of lands
hour of their the Lake Worth Inlet to he "Old Jnlet". 01'110011.| owned by me In llrevard and' Undo Counties: (On Lake Worth.) 6-31
, hospitality inspect
JUPITER
MUIIT .
HOl'SK.J.
continued their Oak Lawn Hotel. Thl strip is I nearly one ami which I wlih to offer for nle. Terse
A. An""l..r. ing party tramp
K.: S. AIIKB......................... ...........A-HlHtant. through the various pineapple fieldson une-halt mile* long average about ono feet In were picked by me from the 4'HVKNI) .r""IRIIIIO''
r >. K. CUWI.KS........._........ ...............Aiwhitant. the West Side, until darkness drove width, has a beautifnl frontage on Lake and land ow ned by the Cannl; ('11. ((1111 of u
LIFE HAVING STATION. them home. The Captain's opinion on Ocean It. entire length and at the Miuthern exitmlned) and are all choice selections.

( C. R. CAIII.IN........................Officer In Charge the wide distance planting that formerly end ha a grove of conoanut and bearing but LoweetCash prim for any or nil nf these '"l1d'.
LITK HAtlM f kEws : prevailed on the Lake bu nenas.. W ilk the exception of strip already i10 per acre, Vour Truly

L. E. tlUONCON! .................. T. A. ItolllMUIN. ..... which is ceasing appears in an open oohllr..m near the reatre of the tract tho entire --

r I r JnJ U. W.\KIII\ U.L..II..l'.................. .. lUHiiv,,"....HnrTpy MmiiilL...... letter to Tim Si'.s: in another column. body can be bought for HOflO or It will he :'0. a. 8'jof-XW'' !.,', Sec II. Tp83. H 4080arrex
: old In ulrtp extending from Lake to OCUlince.UnK
e .. about JS} mile titun Fort I'k-rce. High!
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THE LAKE WOKTH IIORTKTLTCKALKiM'IIITV. ( the hnlro\'ell'ortlon) at the rate
L pine and spruce pine l.nI.II..MI forpincitpplos
: Florida I'lnenppto Conipnny.It of lit a Roll. fount There I. a mall fortune inthl
MSBTR Unit Wediiiwday nluht In each month and vegetable" TurmH. IsO, cash.Xo .
i .. at a.cb place HH tuny tie. Hplccted [Imo -..... tract for the partie who purchase andubditlde
(1.40 to time.Her. Into building! Iota, a* it fares the 7. About l/i mile from the river on the U. D. Hendrickson'JmALIm
f 1>. W..;.........:........................ President.County .issciation is safe of to say men that is no doing one man more or at i nneslaehinggrnuudetutu Lake Worth and' I.i Is west.side. of the aoutbpmusoflho. St. Lurk- y --

t.// _____ .___ __ present to materially develop our local i "Igh, .ft,. ami. well covered w.th hard-wood river flue and ernrp; pine laud, ar.titiililypineo'pplelnnd ,
growth and palmcttoe*. ; I.ot Mce iw, TnSi" B 43; this
resources than The Florida Pineapple
ti net embrace Korty acn-*. ('lIoh price ID. O.
J I Company! This company of Chicago No. I. Twenty-six acre nf Lake Fronton IX-

; Directory, buoinessmen propose to pnt into the the W..t Hide. directly opposite I'alni Stench; I Nn. Ii" 74 A Bo-loo Acres In t-KV! of SU'M' ,

;.. '- highest state of cultivation every acre thin ft..elyl..Icd tract ha* a Lake frontage !Sec U, Tu 40, It li, eiontx mile from" prom of
lot'XT11..11.:111'1{ : jf t their large purchase. Already they front DO to lOll rods. No more'I..ltablo location, St. Lucie river Level! pine and spruce pine

r .t' I I' A. E. HKYHEII, Oak Luwn.County Judge have twenty eight acres in one solid on our lints. The price will not hold long before land l. good for vegetables and, pineapple" '

i f. A.}'. r.,\'.VIIIHKV Church .'Jupiter l un"..Circuit Court fid.. 'k.. square ready for the placing of plants the owner ..lIIm.k" an ..d..r".000: l'rice,171u, cash. General Merchandise .
Ju P.'X I1.HANTJupltrr( .'rreiiHiirer. ind a portion of this has already been will buy this piece (If taken. "' ''n. ,
I F. 5. IlKWKV, I'Hlln lleiicll....... Tin Aiwm-nr set out to that favorite variety known No. It. 40 Acres nlxnttrfmile. from Indian
t1. < It. t.S.l'EA'akt'urunnutUrnvr..C"11rtur.td : as the Egyptian Queen. It will be of *. Eighty acre of Pineapple land, wild and IlI.I'r..n the west side of Jupiter Narrow s, H1 jof ,

t ? III.. CLGilninoM\\'t 1'oTTtu: ,,Jlllllh.r..t.lluuty film Itemh..cO.Ht'hllll'.UI.t.Surveyor' some interest to many readers to know unimproved six mar west 11'0"he !
t l 1J, what men comprise the Florida Pineapple Prlru, |>Duo.R. excellent fur pint-apples or IInYlro"I.1" fruit
COL'XTY OI.MMISSIONEIIH. Cash price, 9100.No .
Company. The following is the
FFF Eighty acre.. Joining tract N<( g-same
' S' WI'trra.Phulrmmn ........l-uke Worth list of the prominent railroad and bus
, (( to.V.. LAI.MI.IHT. riiliu lirucl price, "'100.I 11: \.loeA.1 nbont !{ mile from
di .. w. .. t:: l.. WIIITB .Motto. luess-meu whose capital is invested: Indian Klver, on west die of Jupiter" Narrows Lake Worth Florida.
.. W. G. Lewis 1'res.idcnt. Hero Is one of the choicest bargnins' : :
: J. \ W EL. ..dul'IIIrT ;, wofSs!. onl wj! of SOl},. Semi, ,
e C".uUlI..I..a'r. meet. on the timt W. C. when the of land and Uconsidered \
Mon.iuy u. Ott lumber merchant. qudlity Its location
.
ea. WUJ1n. Tp >0, It 4>. High rolling pine and spruce Innd.
I 4 C. 1C. Merrill of the Valentine & I : Thlrtr-iievcn acres of I toil In I'nrt excellent ,..grUhltllanol and part pine.

ITJiLIC SCIIOOI.H.aritoot Lawson Frank Varnish Madden Company.of the Reed, Mur Jtmn muck:.bed three, while arm the nf remaining IhU consists' rl' acre nf a lit rich flrntquality .1'1.lolnn.l. Terms, ll.flJO(), cash . . . . . . . ...........

IIOAIID : dock & Co., wholesale rocers. hummock land. Five acre.1.l clearedsod Xo. .1.1. UK Acre about li! mile from
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$ t J.'Ir.(.LR"LAICeA'l'hulrluan..: ...N..I..rk..J. Palm juplier Tench.\ G. C. Matthams of the Chicago under, oiiltiVAtlon having thereon. about :New river ailjflnlng Dennis O'Nellt. First Special Attention Given to Mail Orders :

Jjit*. .\"' .'..UL.SO.l..k.: >\ ortli. Rock Island & Pacific Ry. three hundred. fruit trees, thnft orange qimlity Innd for tropical fruits and vegetables.( j

+ J';. 1>. iViiiTK. .>...11" B. 1'. Rav, of the Barton Fouudrj lesson, guava* lime* ........dll *ien.. augur applegooseberry. Terns, $1,1.00( cut h. .

st'prHYleului, AMI INBTHI'ITdHH.I Company. The uncleared portion consist of

>WTBHT No. 1..........................Ijike Worth. 1>r. W. P. McCracken. a beautiful grove of p y J. J. '\.unO.I'\.I..r.: J. M. Johnson, G. F. A. of the C. R. : The tract is high dry and healthy, out J of a Subscribe for Tali TROPrCAL SUN NOW Goods and Prices a"t
r )less .\. 14>.s..............................luntnictor. L&P. ky. mile from the ocean beach front .*n) Little TUE St's's n hOHsntlvprti..ing mpiliiim guaranteed.

a l>i.TRirT Xi a.i. .'mon ('Sty.I 1'. W. Porter Auditor of the C. R. I. Lake Worth and In only a few rods from the . . . . . . . . . . J., .
"hi Ml HI.: lUilicuT .?.hupervlnor. & P. k)'. main Lake Worth. This "busty. of 87 acres, all "
I MlM All* t'. iUlllllTT.: ......lustrurmrr S. A. Smith, Manufacturers agent.A. choice laud 1. located at the County; seat, and at Now is the time to buy your new

+r 1'HTiiirT; No. It................ ..Cocoaiint. drove. D. Ayers. of the Wheeler & Wilson theterminus.fwnmrstud. rail tnuiMportutiuu. white dress. Plenty of flue goods at
I.I..IAUU ('..,uo:............mi|>ervliiur. Mfg. Co., of lIridgerort. Conn. can be bought for H.IXW. the Lake Worth Store 8 Owner of Schooners "
a I Muw FLUIIA MI-FAUI.A.XK' .liinLruiiur.Il A. A. Valentine &. "Mary B. and "Emily. "
t ID. Six valunblu' 'lots In Juno, fronting ,
: "}A .TtiliT No. 4..........................Elllott'a Key. Lawson Varnish Company, is Secretary the Lak'e.. and each lot containing, nearly four --- -------- r
}:* J::. illlloH.hupervlMuiAUUIK tnd Treasurer of the Pineapple Com Plying Between Lake Worth and Jackson
acre* of land. These lots I lu
are fret w ids and
Mu.t : iiAiHAy ... luittructoi.UHTBICT pany. Of the abo\e list the first five The Florida

1 No. li.JupiterA. Jarred constitute the Board of Directorswith creek extend b..1.IO Having. the double fresh. frontage water-Laku and Worth being. ville. Also of Steamer "Lake Worth making

J. Mr. G. C. Matthams as ,
MmHu.i. ,.NtgMN I+ur.. managerof choice Chemical FireAppliance.
land .
and I'"HI.lln'
Pineapple.
tltwViut.uEvtu: luHlructorPIIITIIIIT the syndicate's work. Mr. Lewis theuewlyestablished
has been down to look over the field county sent, make them bargainsat daily trips between Juno and Palm Beach
I No. II. I of operation and returned home alter .
6 J. tiAU.NBXT" .SUIUTtlHOI\ ? "
KM:: AM i.i lliv.tu.....In truaoi laying the coruer-stone under the firs 32. One Ten-acre I..t.t Ill per acre and three, -

. ----- plant of what will be in the near future ten-arre Iqts at $30 per acre. These lots com Cheap Utirnb e, Clean Efficient. 0"I I
the most extensive and important pin prinesomeof the richest garden. and' fruit soil Does not Deteriorate. Always I

ery ou the East Coast of Florida. Mr.. on Lake Worth, have a Lake frnutaxe, in a
: State Directory Ready. Cannot: HURt Out. Anyonecan
Matthams deserves great credit for the good neighborhood and are situated on Lntns
thorough and painstaking way in Cove, one of the ilesitable. .point* on the WestSide use it. Will extinguish burning i

I"j FXECUTIVE DEI'AUTMEXT.FKANrm which be has conducted the work of the Lake. These lots are put at thin tar call( oil, pitch, gasoline and ii
thus far. His methods have been erjiniued :. low ngur. as they metal sell for rash. other Inrlamable stilietances. i I
I". .FLKUIMI Duvnl {'...... liovernor
J uu. L. ( "...-....tVakulln.S 'y ul State both as to preparation of tu. One Hundred acres l'ineapplnladhe'sthan Agents wanted.! Address,# I. -- --

\V., I)._ Hl.tllCUAU.. J..h."uuu.__ .... ..... .Jiuil.t...I..II..H..... ground and planting and favorably two miles from the Lake and near valnabldl.npro'ements
e FUAhK" J. I'...., 1uker........... ........m.TreaHurvr commented oil by the best known and THE FLORIDA FIRE: APPLIANCE "
N WM. II. L.u...... JerterHou........ Att'y tieiieral thrift pineries. This
C A. J. 1I..tLL. Uuval.........Supt. fulillc Inn authority we have Capt. Thos. E. tract can .be bought in a elid. .busty. for .1. OO. :. CO., Daytona, Fla. G-8 7t I -4
'r I.. U'onnwKl.L.. Jackxou ..Com'rof I.HIIC|.. Richards president of The Indian
l>,,vld Land. I..\-".................... AdJ't tleucrul River & Lake Worth Pineapple Grow
ers Association. We are proud of the ,
Sl'I'KEME OL'ilT JI'IHiEH U. S. WEATHER OF AGRICULTURE. .
enterprise and push exhibited by this BUREAU, DEPARTMENT
t 0. P. R."I-:". Leon t'o................ Clii.-t Ju.tlce. confident of the ability ,
I 41. II. AIAUIO l'raw.o...........Auuiciate Jn.lk-e company JUPITER Ft*., March 31. ISp2.
!L F. TAVLIIH, AI..h".A .. energy and fitness of the gentleman who .
MOClal. .
J u tlc
A has the superintendence of their work Weather Report for the month ending Mar. 31 18<)Z. Barometer corrected for

I'. N. SEXATOH.S.Wii.ki.sKu.N : and hope they may meet with all the temperature and elevation A. M. and 8 P. M. observations.-7jth meridian 4t. .. ,

84Allti.: I'AMU(CALI..:::::::::::::::::::.JeUrrauuCounty.:;.. Uuval County.: success they anticipate and deserve. time.:-Comparative temperature for the years 1890' 1891' and 189Z. i

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.ORlJlA LEUISLATl'KE.GAUDMCKS. D..IIl'TIOll! or to. t. ; I
Remarkable Literary Annouueemeat.Hawthoroe's ; 1593: I 1114)1 I 1590 ?
lIAIt EK. Roth Ledge...,Senator c 5 : :i'i r STATE OFWsavuwu vial-: ,.
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{ E. N. Dmu K:, Palm lieiK-U................ Dade Co. "Scarlet Letter"" and to: -ic :' ", -" .. : .L .II ... I'I. / .". .... IAI.
Longfellow's "Evangeline, profuse; (OJ I sa: ?:; 'O IS ..
I!. 8. LAM OFFICE.ALE and finely illustrated both for only 10< :a M.. M. av. II. j ,
(. L'N.II. II.t'KiM'.r.J a In....vII""' 1 .'IAN'I sisal I 1818 ii Partly Cloudy l 5uU474.b .- v
from .
cents post-paid printed large g'w : :g1Intg I
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(brevier) type. ou fine super calenders I IIlx\\' lljX\\' :I") .WC uuJl.w 5 t ,;5 1'; \' : 7' : "11<;111111! 4U.0
ti C'OL'KT ,'ALEXn.\J-HE\'I>XTU CI fit'CiT. book and 480.141NW ay/1uu'llraa ( f
paper specimen pages free HY'' : } y R8 4 r w ?L r
J. U. UKOOUK. Judic latest a at1:o5 I N' I'J\ 610, 141 .1u61'Ina tlrss / (PJ,79, 5} ; :
). i>. UKUUM, State* h.j.U.\i; :::::::::::\; ;: to any one, is the announcement 1118U.O"IW l111H HI ,151{I'artly Cloudy 6d17o175I5$1UUI7U! xT 7317. 64 7U.0
MfKI.MU TLMM.llurvAku of John B. Alden Publisher 57 Rose : : 12114 :iIW : .8t.\11'IuuJy 7:1,110: 7:1IU3,7.1/ 1:0 1t 711 6U 7U.0
Cot'STV.... :it d Tuesday: In February.: St., New York. One would suppose IIIlII.TlIHW 1:11W: HIW lII''.1011Iuu"y 70 0U 7lt 65 65esh In 7h\75 1141 6".0
VOUKIA. 4tn Tuesday lu February. U :39.tM) W III\\' 41W, 1:1: l 114 11I11U UIIAUISII7o,7T, T2: .. .1111.0
i., OHC-KOL*:: :::::::::::::....... 84 Tuesday III March.: they would sell by the million each 10 30.1. W 21W 71XW :!:3 .OUI(9uudlr.s. ; ', :5:: till H IIU 11>4 7111.111 1"1.0
_, "",UU&. . .. l.t Tuesday In April work being a famous author's most 11110.:1-4: SW I2: NW 711'11'' 1:1: .00I/'l..ud1.- 1" ,1111111 ;SS 70/74 1111\1.1.0\
< L.'b, Tuesday April. famous production. 12:! 30,24: XW USE: titHE II .O5) ('loudlems IIfI'II-&ITI' & 341 IU/,17D U5 H 1/1/ li"11U.0
Pv"...............................3d Tueaday! In.h.y. 1111111.1-4 E IIIKE IIj..E II .(hlf'luu U'i:! ',"111\ SUpiU154/"411417.17171.1) I
PALL TEMM.: .-. 1413611 W Ii bt lOll'll''; 1:1: .00 I'luuulbaa u2da 7:1i.: It5771$1$ 64'77' 6x 7o1.U: .
B levAku........... ...100' Tuesday. In September. 151n1.o5E, !: &SE: : 1:1: Cloudy 7'L77/ (31741171 d14'Ul15211U" \ \ : I11.0 II.I
I V .L..I....__....n ..3d Tueoday In tivpteiuber Now is the time to subscribe for the SUN 141 60.oU N Ills IIIHt& 1:011: .UI/IPartly ... till '\1 701 35117 75165/ '::11141"/1/ !1i.0: taken for'Collst
O"'.''''''|.", ,.......... .-Jit Tunulay In /Ortobvr l111U.03 Ii TIM 1"1 ..IIt.111..U. 701497$ U117U 53141671109: 35 54.0 Contracts Cottages Public Building &
O4A"ue.........?......... 4in Tuesday lu Octobur 1"11".00 S 1215w: : :I" ; /,U 58 6773; Ul Us 7all 11:1.0l1I141lIISW : :i-side Rt'Sidt'nC't'tJ
1.'''.._".,?............xd Tuniday lu November. 1:11S: IUINW 1:1: .001'hsudle.O'hsudle. 7111\8: IUO 37i45172: I\Ij 6..alIII7U.I'/ and Frame Structures of all kinds.
,.j I>AI>K..? ................. Vil 1 unxiay la ceu.ber. Note the bargains in rent estate :lU lU.lIIIXW: 5 NE 1411SE 14 .15) Cloullvu 19/U2: 6914{ 5H / 5U 7b1591a9 IIII
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f' : IIU 801:1: i. 14 E III ..tHH.luudl.1I1j1j/ : 71111' : IjI11"17111741IH.0
' ; offered) by the TROPICAL EXCUANGE. 2:1110.110: / JII HE :III .0o partly ('Ifludv U2 sl:;11161":1 : :
111.:0111:117.0
Fine Lake front properties, choice :I",1I1J.19\IIE, \ 1xisgF> : 1:4 HI!: U .001\1011011. lilj 72177: : 11 'H
/ 24 ao.1aSE\ 1211'11111"1: > :U ..tH'II'luud"- 7111270169174177 //1/1/ 1111111111>1 1:1.0:
r pineapple. vegetable and fruit landrt. 25 IIII.O"IH l:11K: 10101 I": ..00'luuol'7111T3, /" 7570 111 7u s' dt 74.0 Hans, Speciacations, Rills of Material and Genets
I : J.AXI FAR :1\11:019.11II11'1: 1lIW 1 1:1: W III .00Par'I. Cloudy 71I66I53ih,69U: 75 7'3x17', :: IIa 'H 7-.0 EstiMMe8 .
SALE.i ::. :IT l1f.IIH W 7 I\ JII W III .11111..ucil\ : 74&/$8lU9 76 50 ''I" H.O Futnisbcd upon
,; :I..IIO.IIISW JS JlS 24 ...., Clnudlew 11I'6:417"/I:41117/1/1' : / : / / !ll HIi1l"TT.U, Application.
-- 'Naphtha Launch For Sale or Wil 29 8U.25 NE 12 SE II SE 16 ... .,.. ..... ; s,3: 14 57163 : 5173.11:

i I have One Huudred und Twenty' Slim.lslW/ 1_$K '11HE lr ..oocl.0011.1..011..udlw7O 70 677TI62I70I75IU5174S0IRUI7S.0Summary : \ $,
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':: Exchange for Land. ___ ... .. -!!. T
acre of tlefiirntilu {dud u..,.r tl... for the: Month. Desirable Residence Lou Purchased and

foot of Lake Worth which I will Launch new last June, from Gas Mean Barometer aoTijaV; highest Uarometer oil the 2Ut, 80.813; Luwmt"MMin Home Erected thereon for '

"fllit u l arain if taken : Power Co. New York. ua tb. >ltb. : IJ..ni WUHng lo Make Lake W rtu
; soon fongine T\lIII""r.'u".Ii\lO! : : HUbeat' Teniperature, on the 26tb.810: I-owe Temperature their Winter home
Eighty: acres of IhU user i 101 available ( 21 foot, 2-hor.e power runs 8 miles on the Ittth, 87; li........t Dally Kuuxe ol Temperature uu the jHtB. 2H; Ij-u.t |)Hllv
a Hanw ul Tetuperatuie un lb. nth, 6. Mean: Temperature Mar. iu 1..11.11.-1.,110.
and Nell< culeil pin -tippleland. per hour at JO cents Complete out- .. 1s91.. 69 6. -- s t
I'revaillni Direction or "' !ad. W.: Total Movement of Wind!, T.87T suites" ; Ea.trem. .
F $10 |x>r acre will buy the! en 1, lit. Full particulars of Henry Mad- Velocity ol Wlnd. Direction and Date :lou& IIr
tire tract if taken at once. Do nut dock, Lake Worth. Also a WashJ Total Precipitation. 8.1t1laeh.: Samber. of day uo which .ol Inch or wore preclulta (-'rrespondence Solicited.
tine tell. 6; Total Precipitation (to Inch: .) for this month Jo lbljll. ;S.oo.IsuiS. ;S.il8lK'tiltn1bV *.-
I care to tell in iiiall IfucU.-.Vd- ing Machine and a Dog fewer MatUint -
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dreg CUAltgI, : Mb new, for at NOTE.-BsruDtrterrcdutebto: | .,-leyil.!

t4.tf. J'alnj) n"Ilt'1. FJa << 5-lt .. JJIITCHELLpbMtrrr, Permanent Address, LAKE WORTH, FLA,



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