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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1894
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
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rHCIKOHHKM,' THlTKOflCtLtUH XIWi;lilaVbluj, :*..H,, l::;r.J"ICmtlUftltmlU JUNO, (ON LAKE WORTH), DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 6, 1894. VOL. VIII, NO. 42. '1,;


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COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. veying Senator David Bennett Hill HERE AND THERE. You may work and worry and; NOTES FROM OUR followed by the bridesmaid, Miss Nina # t r

t -.- and party to Jacksonville from where -.- Study and think! NEIGHBORS.I, Wood and at second interval by the'"' j 'r a
they will proceed at once to Washing But you can't do business bride father
Interesting Items Gathered by our Scribes Scraps. of News About This and That Without ink. What the Thriving leaning on the arm of her -I
ton. The eutire party were well pleased printer's -Ex. descended the stairs and entered the :
Throughout the County. with their visit and only pressing bus. And Different Things. to Say For Themselves. room In which the Rev. II. S. Mills In a '

-.- iness at the Caoitol City prevented a -.- Attorneys Geo. M. Robbins, Howell -.- very impressive manner propounded" .

longer: stay. They left this morning: Circuit Court is being held In Juno E. Titus and Judge M. S. Jones, of I the words that made the twain one '
LEON CITY LOCALS. .
on the regular passenger train. No this week and things are exceedingly Titusville, are in attendance at Circuit PALM BEACH BREEZES. The bridegroom: was attired in a con %

-.- stops will be made for any length of lively for our little village. Court this week at Juno.The -.- ventional suit, while the bride wore a t
Is time between here and Washington. handsome albatross dress of white f '
The weather delightful. Mr. Fred L. Morse returned Saturday t
Schooner which "
of West Palm Bench "Hattie" wn< color. Its tasteful : I
G. W. Lainhart, driven from quite a lengthy visit in St. appearance being ;
Mr. Ragau went up to the Lake To-day is one of rejoicing for the was in Juno Saturday. He came up to ashore near Lake Worth Inlet Augustine. enriched by the beautiful hoquet of : '';:; ; :. x
one day last week Is total (
Tuesday on a short business trip. residents of both this place and Palm attend County Commissioners' meet. wreck. The now a clmsanthcmums and daisies carried III ;
cargo oflumber, consigned: her hand.: After the air had received .'
this lug \
Beach The of this is that
We learn with pleasure that Mrs cause o'clock water from the to Mr. E. T. Field, of the Hypoluxo Mr. Frederick Robert and servant arrived the felicitations, of all, the guests sat "
Keyes will be back with us again next morning at 7 Beach Hotel, was sated Monday evening. Mrs. Robert down to a plentiful: collation. r
tank was turned on and every pipe in Capt.. Vaile's floating hotel ar will not down until after the y
come
week. _______ the town was full. There was only rived safely in Lake Worth Inlet Tuesday The Bartow Courier-Informant lolidays. The high esteem which the contracting .

about four feet of water in the tank, having been towed in by the tug the Northern trains blockaded says parties are held wa shown on ; ,
Sam Lewis is up and out again: af but even this small amount produced "Lillian." are by this occasion by the array of beautiful I J
ter a short Illness. Take care of your. quite a flow. At the edge of the Lake snow. In South Florida they are The Union Congregational: church and elaborate gilts. The bride has ?

self Sam, or you will lose that pineapple this side the disconnectedaDd Blockaded by luxuriant vegetation, and services will be held in the Club House spent the greater shire of her life in ..I
on pipe was
4 patch. flour into the An extra train has been put on the T. it is a glorious sight to see them putth- hereafter. The hour for service will this city, where she has endeared: her. 'I '
I the water allowed to resident & L. W. line this week, making a trip Ing their way through: avenues of golden be at eleven. self to a wide circle of young people ..,
1 1' I Lake. Nearly every was at In the afternoon for the convenience of fruit.-Jacksonville Metropolis. who will mourn her absence from their "S
Mr. Edgar Higgs: came up from his the edge of the Lake watching the flow. those who are attending Circuit Court. social The
plantation on Elliotts Key to witness Everyone was satisfied with the clean. Several growers of pines tells us that Will F. McCormick cam' up from gatherings: !; groOm camehere

the wedding of Miss Birdie Conollyand nets of the water and also the amount. The Schooner "Julia Francis" U duo <. fruit will\ be iu market all winter. On Cocoanut Grove, on Bav Biscayne a comparative stranger n few. '

Mr. Oscar B. Parker and Incident. _-...._.'.-- arrive in the Lake with cargo of some plantations many plants are be. early this week in his yacht "Wabim," years since soon, hut found his! pleasant for him and a host genial of a i

ally to put things in shape for his large lumber for E. T. Field, of Hypoluxo; ginning to bloom. Such fruit will be and is attending court at Juno. friends ways It was in this! city where he ,

cannery. The Remedial Qnalltle or Orange. and gasoline for Gale & Otwell of Men' very valuable and help average up the C. V. Biscoe, who held the positionas first formed the acquaintance of the

-.- gonia.; ______ low prices of those caught in "transitu"during telegraph: operator for the Palm' young lady whom he wooed and won ,

Lemon City Is the future Metropolisof Written for THE: TROPICAL RUM the strike.-Melbourne Item in Beach office last season has returned The young couple begin wedded life i

Dade. We bate a school house Mr. Chas. C. Russell, of Hickory itusville Star tIt take the same position again, for with bright and alluring prospects. ..l i

a church, a first class hotel, two gooAboarding If the remedial qualities of oranges Withe, Tenn., recently arrived at Hyoluxo is safe to that the wastage of this season. May their hopes aid' ambitions be fully

houses, four general m'dse. were but half understood, the orange where be will join Mr. G. P. Florida's fruit say resulting from culls, realized! May their pathway be
stores, a bar room, a drug store and a growing States would! soon enter upon Russell In tomato culture. Success to crop marmalade strewn with roses! May: they experU ,._
'I if manufactured into jellies The schooner "Pearl" did not
large canning factory under coustruc. an era of unexampled prosperity, and Russell Dros.I get( ence a continuum of unalloyed happiness .
____ and the Northern
tion. orange culture rise from the level of a I __ etc., shipped to down the Lake until Monday, several until the shades of twilight begin
: would nearly half as behind the time there '
markets bring ,
commercial transaction to the dignity days appointed to gather in the evening of life. '
of a philanthropic and humanitarian : J. W.Johnson, of West Palm Beach, much money into the State as does the by that party who were going: outsideto Mr. and Mrs. Oeer, after spending: a I ,
To-day was Thanksgiving and the was in Juno,Tuesday and paid the SUN fresh fruit shipped iuto the marketsin king fish on Thanksgiving were
movement. few days with relatives in this vicinity,
good citizens of Lemon City gave a The effects of the malie acid that I office a pleasant call. He also favored the regular way, says the Orlando sadly dissappointed.Vice will depart for their: new home iu West ,
free-for-all the baseball
grand picnic at forms the ingredient'of an us with a good order for some busi- Reporter Palm Beach Florida, where they will i ,r.
grounds. After eating their fill of principal President Riskland of the Chi. .F
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apple upon the tissues and organs: of ness stationery. be pleased to !see their friends after the If l y
roast turkey, chicken and "fixlns" the James Pritchar, of Titusville, cago & North Western Railroad, accompanied
young people indulged in games and the human system have been definitely The Tampa Bay hotel opened its came Capt.down on Friday evening, and on by his wife and family arrived 15th of December.-Union City (Mich.) II

wound up the evening with a match I ascertained, but if the peculiar qualityof doors yesterday for the accommoda- Saturday the directors of the Dade at the West Palm Beach station NeZlSter. :/ ,jI

game of base ball. At night there was citric acid that constitutes the largest lion of the many tourists who are County State Bank held a business the last of the week and remained .-. .

grand ball at Pierce's Hall, which component part of an orange has been welling the population of that section. meeting. They decided to build a several days, during which time they .- I : i
minute observation
_ was thoroughly enjoyed.The subjected to equally of it. The hotel folk on the west coast anticipate branch bank on their lot In West Palm visited all points of interest about the 'Innlt Court: Jiotcn. 1"11

we are unaware the largest tourist travel iu each as soon as it-is possible to do so. Lake. .5- ;
If fraction of the outlay used now
Fensacola Lumber & MercantileCo. a
have a first class! drug departmentconnel'ted in medical advice and drugs of all the history of the State. Mr Geo. W. Lainhart has the contractfor Fall Term of Circuit Court for Dade t 'm II I 1(! 1
in the building. Capt. Pritchard: returned I Mr. Frank Deitch, of Brooklyn N. Monday morning, with (I'
with their Lemon City store varieties. were expended oranges, The docks around Juno during'tbe County opened } r. \
to Titusville on Monday. Y., the man who acted as and .
under the personal supervision ofa and an effort 'made to use them systematically past week have presented quite a young Judge ,. D. Broome presiding, L'
-- Club House for
of the Yacht a
registered pharmacist. It fills a long not spasmodically, or as a business like appearance. Many The soil of Florida is fully capable, janitor has returned lion W. L. Palmer present as Acting +
short time last season, '
felt want on the Bay for, although the luxury, but as an article of diet, there yachts and sail boats have been comng if given the chance, to produce everything bringing two friends with him. District Attorney. v
place is unusually healthy.nevertheless! would be many people who, from the in and \going out bearing people to necessary for the maintenance of They have pitched young:their tent on Brels- The following comprise the jurors f q
medicine is wanted all it is magical effects produced on their as empaueled for the term:
when at and from the County Seat, who have its people and we believe the time is ford Bros land near Mr. Roots, and
,l' wanted badly, as a general thing. health and life through this iuestima. been attending Circuit Court. not very far off when the farmer of the are keeping bachelor's hall, same as GRAND JHKORS.

ble boon, would never gaze upon un State will raise nearly every article of they did last Geo. L. Macdonald Foreman ; t ,r

A quiet wedding took place at Buena orange tree without Judge J. D. Broom, of DeLand, is in food required for bis family. If there year.. .. G. W. Pierce, Clerk. "'
i Vista at the beautiful Wbitehurst Villaon "A Bprlng of lure RunhlnK from" their heart. Juno this week, holding Circuit Court be a fault it is in the man, everything A. S.Hendrickson, David Thomas,

Thursday last. The high contract. And blewliiK It unaware Judge Broom is giving entire satisfac- else is favorable, and it will soon be JUPITER JOTTINGS. W. M. Woods, I. W. Watkins,
Ing parties! were Mr. Tos. Blackburn, They would, i if they gave virtue and ion, as he always does, in hn decis- found out; then the State will prosper W. II. Pent. D. C. Fairweather, { '
of New York and Miss! Laura White. expression to their giatilude, imitate ---.-- 1-
ions in the Court.; His many friends aud grow.-St. Augustine ]I, U's. Macualtie, John Taylor, (
,, hurst of Key West. The groom: has the ancient Perilous who, finding a are delighted to have him with them Mr. T. J. O'Brien is in town this Joshua Smith, J. T. Carney, a
been here about a and by his af in the midst of a desert, in their h '
year tree A rather peculiar "fake" appeared Edward Pent
again __ week shaking the hands of old friends. Joseph Brooker, eJ.
fable manners and genial temperamenthas joy. decorated it with wreaths and in a Lyons. la, paper the other day. W. I"!. MettairV. J. White, t

made many friends. The bride Is silken scarfs, they will understand, if W. S. Wagstaff/ the rotund and It was the story of a suicide that had Captain Armour advances the theory George A rtiugstall.r .
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one of Key West's most charming and they never did before, the feeling\ that ( genal been written up even to the headlines, that colds are contageons and verilyit 1
accomplised belles and quite an acquisition prompts the pious Romanist, who believes field representative of the Southern before the suicide occurred. The edi. doth seem that he iJ: correct. Tl'1' JUKORS.\
Tourist and of the Florida and
to our society. The best himself favored of heaven to Grove tor of the wrote the story, sent it R. S. Field, L. H. Gatlin,
wishes of all are extended to the cou pour votive offerings on the shrine of Garden, of which publications be is to the printers paper, and then went out and The International Telegraph Company I. B. Wells F. T. Hill,

pie in their new voyage( of life. his patron Saint. one of the editors and publishers' has threw himself in front ofa train, according has again made a change in its John Clemiusou, II. D. Haydeu, tv.
tied the knot in his and literature with been on the Lake this week in the In. Mr. n. W. lIarle,
Squire Harrington Life are replete to programme. His paper lineman at this point, a Thompson John Carney
usual of individuals who searching terest of his publications. THE SUN Tillis. Wilford Porter, Geo. Kellar, ,jf t
impressive manner. instances visit had the story on the press at the time taking the place of Mr. l ;,
family acknowledges a delightful
for certain A. M. Held.
frantically a object, enacted, his
On Monday night were married Mr. have, instead of finding what they from the melancholy geutlcuian., the"measly tragedy contemporary"was being was beaten, Quite a band of Indians are camping 15. Peterson was appointed Court $ '' t

Oscar B. Parker to Miss Birdie Conol sought, stumbled inadvertently on that I editor scored a big triumph in the vicinity of West Jupiter on a Bailiff for the term.
and the
ly eldest daughter of Col. D. M. Con. of much greater value to themselves' Hon. Josiah Sherman, of Riviera, one News.TiTusvitte hunting expedition. In consequence Up to Tuesday night the only cases
oily, proprietor of the Lemon City Ho and humanity in general. In restricted of Lake Worths' best-knowu and Savannah venison is not a scarce article just now. disposed of were those of Blythe &

tel. The groom is a popular and hand- limits we have undergone a similar ex. highly respected citizens, gave Tug Circuit Court Papworth, indicted for selling liqnor a '
some Conductor on the East Coast Line perienre, for nothing was further from SUN a pleasant call yesterday, enabling this, Dec.afternoon 3.- until Thursday Judge Broome and Solicitor Palmer i without license. They plead guilty .4-+'4

and the bride is one of our u.ost popular our thought or desire than the present us to extendour congratulations: adjourned Broome and are honoring Jupiter by spending the I and were fined one dollar and costs; '
young ladies, who by her winning subject until it obtruded itself upon on his having just attained the ripe the 13th inst Judge to be in nights here, going over to Juno in the also the case of James Tufts vs. George \
ways and cheerful disposition has en. our attention. old age of 77 years. He is as active today the State's Attorney having court morniug aud returning iu the evening. Zapf for the recovery of a soda fouu. .
on
deared herself all and will be much The orange Is Nature's adjuster and as many men half his age and con- Dade County in time to open tain. This case was settled without ,
missed by her many friends as she will arbitrator of all internal difficulties tiuues in personal charge of his farm. Monday next. The Grand Jury and completed Mr. J. W. Cronk has been confinedto trial by the surrender of the fountainand -

in future make her home in Jackson where surgical aid is not required. log and experimental operations at its labors on Saturday, was his room for the past week with a the payment of all costs for re- I
In the
for the term. case His friends
discharged ankle.
ville. This was one of the prettiest They are the great purificators of the Sherman's Point. badly sprained packing and shipping. Robbing: Gra. '
Hardee accused of the
of Montelus him out again
to
that has taken place will be pleased see the {
weddings ever on & represented
internal viscera, acting gently, Insidu. murder of Miss Kaiser at Jansen a ham Chillingworth i
the Bay. The ceremany was perfomed ouslv, and yet irresistibly upon the Kirk Munroe, well known to the peo- and the ordered soon. _____ plaintiff m this case. .
found
by Mr. Chas. L. Tyler assisted by the physical organism. pIe of Dade in person, and known to true bill was venire, of judge jurymen Olai Gudniouson appeared before the '*., :

Rev. Mr. Blackburn. After the ceremony A persisttnt and judicious use of the youth all over the land as one of a special Thursday fifty the A Spanish steamer with signal of Court and received hi!!' final naturaliz- .
for
which took place in the pretty them will reduce and dissipate. all can. the ablest of the staff of regular con. to be summoned when the will be triedJacksonville distress flying:, stopped outside the lu- ation papers, admitting him to full i .
inst. -
parlor of the Hotel under an "Old cerous, bemuioerboidal and tumorous tributors to Harper's young people's 13th Citizen.case let on Wednesday forenoon and citizenship. His first papers were ""i

Glory" flag the numerous guests adjourned tendencies. We presume, having uo publications, gels! sail next Saturday held communication with the signalstation. taken out in Tilusville seven years ago. _

to the spacious dining ball actual knowledge of the fact, that Na from New York for his Biscayne Bay vinegar is the latest Florida It was ascertained the machinery Weduesday morning Rebecca Mosley ..j
and feasted at tables loaded with dela- poleon, on the Isle of St. Helena, dranka tome. A gentleman of charming personality "Pineapple In color it much resembles was! damaged and she was in a plead guilty to the charge of aggravat- ; -i!

cacies. Numerous toasts were offered cup ol orange leaf tea every morning and with a rare gift of entertainment product. of amber and very it is clearas badly cripled condition. She passeedon ed assult ou another female of color, k

and all joined in wishing the happy on rising, hoping thereby to alleviate he, with his equally accomplished that wine Its odor is delightful to the southward. and was sentenced to tea days in the
couple a pleasant voyage through life. the disease of which he died, wife, will be welcomed back by sherry flavor County Jail. .
After the collation the guests repairedto via.: cancer of the stomach. Instead 01! their large circle of friends in the beau. and refreshing, and its it is un.. The Misses Eveline and Lucy Grant The State failed to make a sufficiently .

the parlor where vocal and instrumental tea from the leaves,juice from the fruit tiful Bay Country. They will come in paralleled by any other vinegar but,if cannot and brother, Tom, have returned to strong case against H. P. Dye to } I
be described one
music and dancing were indulged was what bis condition demanded. their yacht enrolled on the roster ol readily and those Jacksonville for permanent residence. satisfy the jury, and he was, acquitted.
iu until midnight when the Statistics show an alarming increase "Biscayne Bay Yacht Club." tasted it is not forgotten it This is a serious loss to this commun He was under indictment for Selling ......-

guests departed. Mr. Chas. Earnest in diseases of a cancerous type, brought who sampled it pronounced of delicious the kind ity. Such clever young people are an liquor without license. ,
and Miss Belle Earnest, of Lake Worth, about presumably by the complexitiesof Enterprising citizens of Polk county and uuequaled by anything is entire. acquisition to any community, and/upi- The case before the Court yesterday K
tested. It
stood up with the couple. The wedding an ever advancing civilization. a scheme to connect a that has ever been and is nothing ter regrets to give them up but wishes evening when THE SUN reporter was ..... it
presents were numerous, pretty Rack and wealth are powerless to string of lakes by short canals loading ly free from adulteration,of for them success and happiness where called away was that of several negroes '- .

and serviceable. combat these tendencies, as members o( to a railroad connection The plan is I but the pure certain juice pineapples to convert ever they may locate. charged with gambling iu GeorgeZapt's t ,
._, good one. Small steamers thus put through a process saloon West Paint Beach
the Rothschild family, and many royal a can i it into vinegar. Miss Bell The Steamer "Progress" and dredge"Alabama" at '
victims of be used to transport fruit and pure The evidence was all in, the case Imd p
have been this vegetables
VEST FILM BEACH. personages; Fergurson, of Key West, is entitled to met and attempted to pass w'
rneapiy to a snipping point, been presented to the jury and they
terrible disease. this to the first beacon
of beyond -11'
the credit bringing per each other just '
To oppose this physical scourge, we mails and travelers can be rapidly colleted Indian River. The channel had retired to prepare a verdict. !
I fection. Exchange. the
Klrk/ma trrri and distributed and a large inland light up The lull official/ report of the proceedings
Mr' M. M. n, Vice.President i have an ever increasing\ orange of the stream proved too narrow,
of the Chicago & Northwestern Rail. tory aDd ever-growlug demand which! commerie built up at small cost. We would call the attention of our with the result that both boats were will appear in next week's SUN. a,

road and party, who spent the last when their beuificienl effects are better Thousands of tracts of the most fertile subscribers to the adverttsment of F. stranded for more than forty-eight --.f -- -- ft

few days here in their private car, returned comprehended, will be doubled and and desirable land can be brought into Williams Son & Co., of Jacksonville, hours, causing the "Progress" to miss

yesterday morning. They were! quadrupled.A immediate demand and covered with to be found on another page. This a trip to and from Titusville. Jranil Xmas I'leul"&J:
charmed with this country, and Mr French Marquise bas left on hou.es. There isuroneyiniiandprog- firm doing an immense business --.__ '11

Kirkman purchased a piece of land record that orauges possess remarkable ress: too -Tampa TJLN@J. Jacksonville, and is building a large The "Lake Band" composed of

and will build in time for ntxt season.A properties for the preservation of : trade throughout the State. They O.er-WOoa. young men from Palm Beach Man- 1r.

beauty. Two brothers and their families from i, have not been generally known along gonia, and Hypoluxo, under the able
party of sixteen females help for The Marquise De Crequy died at the Denver, Col., passed through Gainesville I I the East Coast before, but now I evening leadership of W. H Sanders is developing .'
the Royal Po Iud aD a Hotel arrived end of the last century, at the age of yesterday. They were traveling ,1! that their business is increasing so On Thursday this week a iuto a first class organization,

Monday night. They were taken over ninety-eight and was then an attractive in canopy covered wagons and were ''rapidly I they.wish to be-known to us representative gathering assembled at i md are endeavoring to raise enough .
at once, and yesterday morning entered old lady with an apple blossom driving rood horses. They had been 'i' as well, and take this means of soliciting the spacious residence of Mr. and Mrs. to equip the baud with an en- -

on their duties of putting the complexion, an abundance of silky on tke road for the past six mouths ., your trade. When in Jacksonville Eugene Wood on Barry street to wit. mouey tire new set of instruments aud uni ''
hotel in proper shape for the reception snow white hair, and all her teeth un. and are somewhat on the gypsy order, call and see them, aDd compare their ness the ceremony that would unite the forms. To that end they are workingup p
of guests. The hotel will open on the impaired. She lived during the last but are well equipped and seem to have price with those of others. They claimto destinies of their daughter, Neva big Christmas Excursion for the

15th of this month, but the formal forty year of her life almost exclusively considerable money. While here they have the lowest prices, and to give Mable. and or Everard Eugene Geer, people a of the Lake and promise a -.fl.,

opening will not be until Christmas on oranges. It was her custom teat purchased their supplies, which con satisfaction, or refund your mouey. eldest son of )Ir. and Mrs. Albert good time for everyoody. Further "

Eve a dozen for breakfast and the same sisted of groceries hay and whisky. They do a strictly cash business, and Geer will be given later. '
number for luncheon and dinner, ac They will continue south until they this enables them to save their costom- I At eight o'clock, to the sweet strainsof particulars I i

A special car came (In on last companied by: a few thin slices of rye I 1 have reached the Indian River Meelion, ers from to to 40 per cent on prices of a wedding Fred march Hammond the groom and, THE SCK'U a 1101iIJ advertising medium ..,:'
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t. :: 'I Cjjc CroprralLJdJSTCALF: treasury, for the maintenance of the The stringency in the money mnr.kpt PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL NOTICES. County Directory.

t. 1\It.\ Stale government, 400 per rent the past few months tins hardly -- COtLVTY OFFICERS.

k. more than another mnn just because been noticeable in Florida while in QKOROI M. nonntNK. WALTER 8. GRAHAM. \Totics. A, E. IlrxsER, County Judge. .,

U. lie in living In n neighboring county. other Southern States and the ]East C.C. CIlIr.t.INO..OR"n.l 1' A. F. QCIMBY, Circuit Court Clerk.

;., 'BUY'. EditorI Thin! 1 is unjust legislation and It 18* to and West it has been the leading bobbins, Graham A Chillingworth, To The all""whom bile are it hardly may concern nntlni-d':that the l and 1:1.: .T. It.LLY..: Tax Assessor. '

I I t ". __ : bu hoped that the first biininrcstruimacted '! topic by all classes of people. 'Ior'hl8 known Vw the"HnnKon uranf'at the SARAH mouth A. J.F.IIioHSMiTn, Tat Collector.
1'1"" ATTORNEYS AT LAW, of the St. I.ncle river bclonits to Treasurer,
I SI :, c. MEMBER OP upon the assembly/ ourlegislators prosperity hns not been checkedas FALLIOAN'f and! others. Dr Snvnnndh U warned.. ;A. W. GARNETT,

,' ; '. Florida Press Association. will be the enactment of( it line been in other places. The .Inito, btiile Cnnnty, Florida.nn.lFvdvml. Ihnt Trmmpnwt they\. wilma In I.roeriltedtntmeeatefltofthe manner ,are! (}.W.l'OTTKB, .- rub.Surveyor Inst.,
StntA Supt
wS Will practice In nil Umirts, 'lnw. .'. VAHW'AtiKiiitN.Airent.Snyannah, ]E. It. DRADLKY,
some' hill whereby the assessment of f construction, of railroads<< the erection and .
,
; AFFILIATED WITH S/mrinlfns/litter, / for examining (". If. II. It50gA$, AtJ'y Jackionvllle COMMISSIONERS.N. .
,: 3 the property, owners will be IIIoret'llIl1liZt.tI. of business houses dwellings, perfecting Land Tlilo MONXT' To( LOAM n-N-ll.l-l"! COUNTY Lake Worth.H. .
National Editorial Association a.\fID6'V.I. W. PiTTS.Chnirmnn,
} There are other matters etc.; in fact, the nphuilding of the K. SEWALU Sewall's Point.
-
f' := _- which will come before them of much entire State hnebeen steadily forging MKTCALP NOTICE FOR BIDS. I j 11. W. LAINHART, Palm Beach.S. .

.; Official Paper of Dade County, and tht importance but none which afiectatht It heal). Tourists returning to our 1 County I A. BELCHER, Cocoanut Grove
Sealed folds will be received at tile
Only Publication on the East Coast ) masses of the people to so great beautiful Southland from the cold ATTORNEY. AT-I AW. Clerk' omc np to January let 1805 to I E. L. WHITE, Lemon City
Of Florida meet In regular session
6e1wunlIebourne Mn extent us this' one in question) and. desolate North are greatly surprised Will "practice In County, Slate and Federal open A road commanding' nt the north I Commissioners in each
And key Isis wonderful Court. line of Dade County, at the terminus ot on the first Tuesday.
at the improvements I
= ".:==.==,,-=..: -c= = .'. Lund Cane a Specialty.Mcinher the Brevard County road about thirty met month. _____
that have been made during and run
from the went hank Indlnn Klver
Entered at the foil-office at Juno, J.la., Florida is jus* entering an 1'1of their absence the past summer. The Title Company. of The Itllla: County Ahxtrnrt l-ai-91 ot south alone the dry rl'lice' which follovl the COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.1ViI.1'AnKINChalrmafPi .

as iecond-class prosperity' that is indeed trend of mold illntnnceo varying from Beach
"railnm7rrtSUBSCRIPTION. ) cheering to upf-nilditigin this EastCoastSection JUNO, DARE COUNTY, FLORIDA.i hunk at
.-.. her citizens. In no previous year IB to 20 feet arrordlitR to the nature 01 the E. II. BRADLEY, Secretary, Lantona.
Is' especially noticeable and mayl'xpreHHiollll land uutll It reaches the high; hammock Jupiter.E. .
Imve tourists, W. L. WIDEMYER f!
immigrants" flooded ,
of mile /from Son-nil Pnlllt.lheneefollowthepreeeuttrnn
of being' about one-third n
: surprise are Lemon I
13. IIKYSKK L. WHITE City.
this _
one Yenr In mlvnnre....,.....,.....,....... j2 oo country in such: great numbers. made at its rapid, growth and extraordinary 11... to theterminno
S.. MOlltl,.. In nilvnnco,...........,.......'floo! News come from hotels all The ATTORNEY A'- LA W.Fl'Om Said road I IR to he eight test wldii, all roots POTSDAM.

Thrve Montlm/ In ndrnnro................. fio along the East' Coast that prosperity.! great day and ntninp, dllRlip and burned. Miss M.JONES, Instructor.
.. .. .. stilting for the East; Coast' has only begun thirteen vein of rontlnuoin, resilienceIn The Conml'xluners reserve the right; tovject
.
Supervisor.4CPITEH. !
Diiiltt County, and acquaintance! willi 11. KITCHINU! -
.
they ,
are "rapidly IInllwm! or all bids.Ordered
filling any
up to dawn and it cannot be kept brick DII.le,, County liiiiilii, hint (iprnliir fncllltlpi for
OFFICIAL ORGAN of TUB INDIAN SODII' haveall llipycunaccotmnodate. onvcynnving and fiiriilnMng<< Aluttranta, olTIllB. that thN notice *>e unbllnhed for .
RIVER from its noon splendor. four weeks In TIIH TnoincAl /Iv:..
AND LAKE WORTH IMNBAprta }Dwelling)% and (biminpss, houses are Juno, Dado County, Florida. DI5U3iioitoi \ Done In open! ees.ion thin NOT 14th, 1fi10!. Miss MARY E. LEWIS, .. Instructor.J. .

GROWERS ASSOCIATION. largely in demand in our cities/ and **. ( A. F. Qui.MBY, A. ARMOUR, Supervisor.
p ll-t-4t Clerk Board County CoiinuIn.ioIem.CHEAP' ) .
"
------ country towns. If this ieanystgnof !

liest Advertising Medtunt on the East prosperity' we, on the East Coast, The railroad and' hotel mentbrougbouttime : : 'V.I.I.E JUNO.. Instructor.
EUGENE LEE
Coast of Florida. are certainly reaping our reward for Stateareexceedinglyjubilantover : .
the of KHY WEST.FLA.ATTOKNCYATLAW. ADVERTISINGCASH PETERSEN: Supervisor.
prospects n good
our efforts in Inducing/ immigrants _

to locate among u//!. trade. dining the coining winter sea .. -.- ) aOxlA.Jibs. .

rr son. Their agents who I have been in Will/ prart Ire In theUnltcd Btntca; >>,,d Rlntc IN ADVANCE. ( W. WIDMEYEU, Instructor

r .** the Bust and West the past few Court. 11.1.l -.- UEO. 8. UOWLEY, Supervisor!

L5UMnnTWtlSxH5 .. ..
ONE- ENT A WOHD- -COLUMN
P There, Is no country in ancient or weeks, and'] who are now returning IF C. IOOJ,1D.. LAKE'WORTH.'

modern times with a history as remarkable home, report most gratifying results. Tn. Sux will ,puhllKh advertlKinenta under Miss' SfAri ELLIOTT, Instructor.

;'. and! romantic as that of They say the number of tourists PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, A thin Word muiilinit Each nt WeekNoadrertleement the! uniform rate of One Cal E. N. )DIMICK, Supervisor.

the earlier days of Florida. The ( that will visit Florida this! Reason I11-9I Office and l Ucsldonco( PALM BEACH.T taken at lens than Twenty
\ PALM BEACH.
story, of !Ponce!Do Leon,thecelebrated will be something unheard ofhl'Ietornrl'j Ceiitn. WEST
Cash each order for Instructor.D. .
must accompany asmany Miss DAISY BUTLER -
., Spanish navigator/ in his for ; in fact, it will exceed! that
search ,
Insertions desired.Twentylive I.
> ]t. POTTER M. !>., at may be INGERSOLL, Supervisor/
< 4r the fountain of eternal J'lIlIthlU ol nuYprevinospeilr in the! history Per Cent Discount on orders

of State. This I Is covering three months or longer.VIOLIN LANTANA.
others
many equally) thrilling are our certainly gratifying -2l-Oa! PALM 1 BEACH Ff.A.
familiar and in of their Miss AMY M. MANN, Instructor.E. .
to every one. Upon another news, proof report FOil ALE-A:: eplendW|. Inntrnmcut. .
Inqniru at this oflce.IF II. BRADLEY, :Supervisor:!
pairu! in this Issue, wo ('ulllll; ithp fact that many of our
ITAUUY STlTiS; 11. !!., N,1),
teulfoutoan article( from The Pet hotels are already being crowded, I YOU want to IMMTOH-money o.i rcnl es. LEMON CITY.
.
tat aildrcM or call uiion Uolibhi4, Urnlinm AUilllingworth
f///zr under the caption of "1 1tI'1'y' notwithstanding the season. hns/ tirndunte! of theUnlvendty. of 1'ennnylviinla luau' Fin. 4U-tf Mss AnA P. MERRITT, Instructor.

Florida. History" giving afe\vof, the hardly opened. Another interestingfeatuie Worth Oftitu, mid hlK vicinity wrvlcm' ,to an the 1'hynlHnn clllienM and of Luke Hnrgi'iin. SAW Mtr.Ir-Bnrgnln 20.hon.ilog E. L. WHITE, Supervisor.CCCOANUT '

experienced of iliosc"' brave and fearless about 'this 81'1111011111 the fact !Ileni'h.. Olllce and Itwddi-nco. at 'Went I'nlin 1 radix w-ng(1nn. tooli eomplete nearly new; GROVE.
10-12-Ul EAItxETI.anlanarln.
Spaniards' in tlll'irexpI.ditiouMto that a large number of the tourists ,I dirt 42:/cheap.pd I.1' Miss MARIE MANN, Instructor

I this country. It Is most enteresting who are coming South are I coming 1 A. PUGH, WANTED IN APl'IlEN'TICK-ln.nth e RICHARD CARNEY, Supervisor.

f article and it would bu! worth with the intention of making/ Florida t J. primer's trnda. line most h.. bright, active
.
.
and willing. A good home .111.be glven.001. LEGISLATURE.
your time to read it. their permanent I home This iscertainlyencouragingnewS DENTIST.All Address/ Till 'I'HurlcALlI'N tAe pa'ilriihrs. FLORIDA '
work Rn n r1)ntt4M1. Klnillymillcltit' your Members from Dade (County.
to the
many I patronnKe.. Olllce o"er W, It. Hniidera A: Co. TUB PHOTOGRAPHEltS, Woxxlward A RauEKTMoRROWTitusvilleSenator..

citizens Florida who have labored Went I'lilm hooch Florlilil.' L'Or brnnrll llnnil .of gallery Titusvllle, at Fin.West, hnve Pnlm! opened hear up Air.a, F. S. MORSE, Minim, Representative '

We are glad to see tht* papers taking so zealously and] continuously in the II all"."hii Ims, charge of It.n> formerly) manager
of (;II1h"o/lI.\lII.\ at Ofiiln, n hirh is snf-
more interest in tint development upbuilding' of the State. DANIEL, llclciit Ruurmiteefor all wishing flrst-i'lnM.

of t their towns and sections. There 1Ia work dOli". 111tf.FISHERMEN I .
.. DENTIST. State Directory.
are many people in the North and] e
: Wo have. four thoimandyards ---
COCOA
INDIAN
\Vestwho imagine Florida, a VlI>ltel""I'I.t. The orput nwd ot thin country Jimt now In RIVER, FJ.ORJDA.I.fl.8: S rompnno Net lo place wlthexiierienti'd -
and that the hfHrty ro-nl.erllllnn fit all purlieu and] nil Fhherinen. We par' II rent poiinil' for EXECVTlfE f DEPARTMENT.HENRY .
soil is
our nothingmore I'oinpiino. "Lake Worth Fisheries. ," O. W
//I> 'Interest to hiHpIre hUHlnwa rOIlOd"eo In the JennlngK\ Manager. ( L. MITCHELL, Governor.
than that muchs.ind unfit for hlKhi-xt di'Rrn, mid thus Rive vinplornivnt. '/it41NICLIN sinix.: : JNO. CRAWFORD, Sec'y o' State

.. WE SOMETIMES THINK growing vegetables or cereals' ; in to our luliur mid hiipplmwii. to our peopln.' \VM. I). HLOXHAM, Comptroller.
.. fact unfit for crrowinir anvthinsr riillliclnn.1/ are IInw nut lit the way of improvement SURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER. FOIl 8ALE-Pnritdl lani'0. .e Pointon IIolwHnnnd. ., C. U. COLLINS Treasurer.WM. .
. ex Inclinling beautiful building
.'-- -- In coniiiierrft.. nin| Irudr, mid. li't I Ofllco ovrr Went Hnl'ii 1J..chrlll. ( Store. /KlnenpDle' i.ilu.. er4'iiilii hlvh bunt. B. LAMAR Attorney General.
Thoughts About Some Things Around Us. Cl'l't,11' few tropical 'fruits, ThN i is a nil u ltd unit nrronl! uiilm to pnnnutv, hcnlthynntl Lnnd.l"gnlly aub-dlrMed. and. mapa fur. ICiver fronts. Abigahet| ,nlnlmnfurnnynuno: r
-' And Jot 'Em Down. serious' ml"tllk"l1l1e] our Northern pmliirlhff biiMiipiifl' .prosperity nlMhed.,' HhH-tlnff and grading nndH, lornt- will sell" in milMli\iHions Cheap If ...lel.....". W.N. 1f"ATII.8uptl'ub.lnKtruction.
Ins and' eHtlmatliiK I Inured a npiflulty. ..H.... llap.andprire.renbe, obimneil at any real L. B. WO IIWELL, Com. Agriculture.
.._
-. -'- friends! who entertain such ideas. are The above from the Jaiksonville fill and correct work ffiiarnnteed. All t-om- estate olllce. in Juno or at Good &: lloxici, llellMMIrneDrnddres.theowner PATRICK HOUSTON. General
Adjutant
munienilonN bv mull receive Mra.IL.eEEB.. l : .
prompt ntleutlon.
,1 'f 11'eurdglad! to eep" t>o much inter- laboring under" a grave misapprehension. Metropolis/ in to the point, and ilia-! 1'ALM JiKACU.: }'I.\. U-15-II4 llox till' 01 lunilo, Flu. I 11fllaiu.Dellmoore I : Offices at Tallahassee, Florida..

\i' eat niiiiiifi'htt'il jiinonp/ our cxchanjrcH/: Many of them, doubtless, are plays ill) small amount of good, U. S. ShXATORS.SAMUEL .

J in rcpird: to tin improvement ot our excusable in having such ideas of sound advice. There is! no section s. TANCItI:, PASCO, Monticello.

;, 5. public I'oullTh'ro in nothing/ tlint our State, inasmuch as they) have or town that can prosper without 'w. WILKINSON CALL Jacksonville.

hjii-aksuo/, vrllot a roininiuiity,\ ntpiod never visited] it, and only have the the combined effort and cooperationof t NOTARY PUBLIC Cottage.

ruiuls. They urt'I Ilrllling"lII',1 word! of some tourist who passed' nil parties interested.. Find..] n For the State of Florida at Large. /7. S. COXURESSMbX.

to any Motion, uud] where you hUI'I'il.tll.throl1gh the country from town where there are two faction, HOnE souxi, 12.2H-04 rLoniUA. --.- C M. COOPER, Jacksonville.

s iliul ihCnlrou. find i 1 nil IU IlI.lt'inUIl.! one hotel to another viewing our one pulling against the other, one PALM BEACH FLORIDA. It. S. MALLORY, 1'e"sacola.

be 1 II1.mII't, of !people/, (On) page 3 will hinds. from the car window and faction running down and discouraging rj.IC.. HAUUIXGTOX, SUPREME) COURT JUDGES.

I ', found ft lnot inti-rrhtiiifr nrtiileunder 'forming the conclusion that as our the efforts of I the other in the up. NOTARY PUBLIC ADJOINING B. F. LIDDOX, Chief Justice.

'. toads) "the riii\inn| \ hOur( Public soil is composed' toI certain extent buildiogtutd' advancement of the section For the State of Florida at Large ill. H. MABIIY, Associate Justice.

from the Jfu-ktioiiville ('itl. Lf .sand!, it is unlit for and] will find H.l'.TAYLOII. "
zen of a n cent data.F utterly vegeta you n dead town, Deputy( Circuit Clerk, Dlilu County, Kurldti. Royal f'omciana HG tel !

', tion. To secure: settlers, we must dead to tho interests of concerned ConveyanrliiK a Mpecl.dty" .
.S' *. .disjN'lthf14 f.ilso and drawback LEMON CITY 0.\DE CO., FLA. 7-20-1)4: \ ---
.I rl'l"lI't.llllcl advertise a to the section

: Hon. L. B. Womlit'llcommissioner!. our advantages in every conceivable which it is located. Let us! work Open November 4lh, for the Sea. General ,

of Airi'lcultim1, |mn receivnl. from way, letting our Northern hand in hand with renewed! ] energy GUY I. MKTCALP, son of 1895 -'94. Directory.COUR'I .

the!. g'I'llt'rtlll.III.1. office a lint ghIuA'tl.u and Western. brethren) know- 1\ lint tll and vigor; for the upbuilding and; NOTARY

unl i l I.y roiiiitieiiof( expect!, in this land of sunshine and. prosperity' of our country, our section FOR PUBLIC CALEXDAR I
thegoverliI THE
STATE OF FLORIDA AT LARGE. (Seventh Circuit)
JII"lIt liiinlii. tu this. Staten July lot, lilt'n ty. and our State. Member of The Puda County Iteal Ealate BOARD W THE DAY OR WEEK. J. D. BROOME:, Circuit Judge. !

18H.1 The iiniiilnT of iu-1-eti open to ---- and 1 Auatract of Title Company.. J, 1). BEaUS State's Attorney. l

I j ]IOIIII'"tt'uli In the State' nirjrregiitH( JUNO DADE COUNTY 8-10.1)4 FLO 111 DA Special Rates by the MnntU HPUINO TERM. I

I 1,845,810: Da ile county fiirnUliiii; U. S. WEATHER BUREAU\ DEPARTMENT\ OF AGRICULTURE. or Season. Orange Om'oluCounty II 2d Monday" March" ,,

J : .... 20,500::; of thnt ntiinlitr. Walton JUPITER, FLA., Dec. 3rd, iSgj.! \ Lake 4th" "
Cuuntyha14 the (argent number Weatber Report for week ending Nov. join, 1891. Barometer corrected for qe.e' 4Headquarters Voluma It 2d April.

1 ucre8upwu for hoinextond time.temperature and elevation. 8 A. M. and 8 F. )(. observations. 75th meridian AY ,, For Trop'or' Fruit Rates, per Day, $2.60 Brevard II 4th "It
p I having/ Comparative. .__ _temperature for the years 1892, 1893 aud 189)) I Plunlri bconom, I lev, Dade "ht
:2K& >,COO, Whiles )Duvnl lias tlIIHlmlll-: -- -------T-- -_.._----------- i .hrub..ry, 1'aliut Il-t-lmo,. Monday after 4th
t alt, only 1,840 = ----I I ; a :.MP.ERA.TUH.E-- 1 1 r'erni llnmiHioa. Cactun Monday in April.
liden.Uwlir I ;;; I w : -- a I '(rrln.la.. liar y and
-
; --
o '.: YEI.UTITV = 'lM ii11.---ll.\s | ;\,: : i iMiiaT! :i: aeon Tro'.Peal' Fruit+offo FALL TERM
f II ; ;"a; .
r- **. .. :::: or WIN u. .. ;:f to_ ; STATB or --1- sill nixa. F:e. pond for OlceoIIlCnullt,) 1st Monday in Oct.
55, '7r .-I.. 55t" If ; 1:0 "_' ,, ._. ,,, .... e' JII.I.trRtp.1 Calul.igne' Orange 2d II..
R. tin Caption of ;> 1"1 .hlclll"lI. all about it,
"Striking : J '.N. ;:' = a : = A Lake .
; 'f ,' I'ompm-Uoim"( upon/ another. page :S! 145.lit.I--' I .:I ''s0 '_" "UTilE.:1; -:1 ifr :a". :" A44.: 811 ..J.UIOXER: DltOSn OSXOO FLA W. H. PARKIN "OIUMin.II 2il 4th ."' "II.Nov.

a l I 11- till he found n mimt inteiwtiiig l'i; .-;:-l6 % E.... 11K.| ....l.! )....XK: .. .. -- BI'pvard" 4th II
.11ICluiomY.l ..
| : ,, : .
f lirlirlo" f from' the JntlcHonville 2,8li.12i141.1..71, |+...... ..S32.; : ......k .71711741; 44' 6mIT/ V$ 7HIN.44irliHiilv..J.7iii74'Mii72i7M 78177 -- UEALEIt IXHARDWARE Dade "
1st
: e C'itizfj, HIHil IUIH.-...... ........ 1 III........ MiHarilv.tSllinoM.lv., ./ *:2707III| /| 714/74/7llMa72| : /| : 77 Monday after the
-; .' giving ii> nn idea of how gt"lIt the ..1m.II.\.7.!\ III".:....,....12111)..4IN.| .......hK..w nuiiiiji7HJ7;. !| !'iNo7fli| : 7H!IHII M2J7.1: 74 7NM177isallll| : |7877'! 4th Monday in November:
'
f lu-rrlse in railroad construction 44 814 III NW..1S.NW.18h ... .oojI-Hrlly, tliiiiilVlTiifi:! !71 7 ,'K.-imi. | -
IIMHloil .7122.: : N W.Xf ."" '
. .. .... I'lpar : )l2|II:i! 71I.1NJI14 4.. 410 7HI7Mlii74 7117
t 't.f 7 H0.17 VE. | ..11)120... { U. S. LAND ON FICE.
,. Since 18iJ: In that "1'1I1'lhl'l'l' 4.. 4111 I III.!SE.M: \W ..... ll.ljl'nrtlyT-iiiudi'Ni7o72is7iii4i. | : s(1 | Milj. 78I7H
.
) .IIIIII..E: .
| ........ J. M.
BAItCO
l..ull' :
|
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; t II N" 1\.7 x.... ...IIIII..S\I 7ai(177.1ii7oiNOltljtlllKO| | ,7B.H773H1 74 7.l1III..u .. -t Y' Register ,
)< tV4I'eonly 447 miles of railroad InIn.1414'W..: ..... .OlllPar'ly l'IundyG41pS14731tiHUiu/77671i141' / : I7ol7ilwu N. D.
SNW..alt'V \\AINWHIOHT. .
............
00t| .Ipap. ..' Receiver
: I ) ... "| |U3I78: | .1NllllM.l7H| | 11717.1 $1
.. '
/ llH0.17 X W. .712I.'I0.22IXW. Ii W. !
Hi 1I1..SI\
Stale. IillWK: .1I"'I'IIr1I| ,
iy 'I..u.Iv, 11":1",71.1, .
I tlmniiletigelmd : : .11' 1i..111:1 & 418/ 11.1172: 4414 J.C..SLOCUM. Surveyor-Gererul.
I. .
? AW .11(1' ,I'J .
i{ 1. 1''lIdll'" to 2.3.10! ; .ht\\ ill ; an in- laiIO.2l\K.: I/| : ..1.1 X"...11 I 7..... !N .IIU/ I'HMI.y II. Cloiujy HT 54)'4N"2IIH4M.17i| | : 7niijori; .| >,))7i.iii4: | | / --.- Offices at GaincHville, Florida.
it $ ; 14.1u.lsNw.| .....wi.UE........7 B..SI\' .ou41"pol ....... .... .11lI |721.1.141-IT61,1.117A1711T8p4| : !' ; 9
t.. f !iu per cent. In iountieotiilroadH 13 HD.ISli I m-------: ......Ilillll.I .: 7l72J.1iliii4i7llii7i72J77JToiif4' FOr t
I'nrilr il h
; ; Kil; "0 ItiIFL..12'F.INp14..F: : : | ::; 1 'M.jrI8l74l77.1Ui! | ,1 1II'r HtretlNUU / (liuve 1 I IH-CII I conntnictdu 17io.liis1SI8H.|: ..'.... I .....7(3(1.( .. N .I/ PnMly Cloiiiy7iii77lHi....... .; : / :. |) ..I47MU.luill'urtly : VAUXISilES.: t.siaxM* SERVICE DEP"J.
luu.ly |
.131.HlSK.: : : 7 I7I'N1')
'" I 747.M7M| 711 J.
7MI5i tt.CitoxK
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511u..XE ... .
f reunukiililH ... 1i14E----- .oojl-lwir |7H7'iM| | 707(1MI7I7(1NiJiN| | ( | Obnerver.
i inrl'tvt14elup"pulu} 1 1918)1.11) W .,. .. ,1i!' i ::01.:10: I <; /| : 71 I a1cF is'1'7NK
-i.uiivl7iii7H| ,
... ".11711/7'111711/ )|7iiiiii4k\ Observatory at Jupiter Inlet.
1 ::4480.141M6,81MF.: : ..715....HK: 17
I 1 iioriio1)tlteubICu4W'ell! / as a \WUI 21'H0.11MNE." .....MK! :........M|1\....KE T if7l'nrlly il'iirll'v !4'lOUdy'i721751Mn4701T517Hp7I727:1MI11! : | | | | | :; / Sash Doors and
: I li'-fiil 22IH0.23I.S: ...........HlE......10 i:S..M ,781 1'1".11" |7.1i 1HOlill74l71lill77| | !J7lliv7ol | :. STE'Ip Blinds
1 | development its Venomrun.Tli Nunly l'luudl Til7HI73 7r. 44.4|71 | GOJ"T LIFLtS.1iIA'USE'ti'ICE
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'' '! 2.1IHO 141V' 1.1\E.| ..11)124.: x. .''Hllt/ 'I/ ar .......... ...I78I72 ) Inlet.)
r r It It :26Iao.2514E..22\E..2124..X10' | : : : I ITaujTHJ7-J.Mi| : III 13. 711":: ni! float )Hardware and 'U.\8. ..
p 27'J.22HH0.2U| '! : -%|K.-.,......HE| ......II : .. .: ..00Parlly| Cloiidv.. ll77iBM| | :::11) '117(174l(10l :)'.-.41414' Goods. Sporting JOHN' !' ABUS. Cuptain of Crew
coniitijr session, of the generalusMmlily |\.. ....121: |' E..15 111....NEE.; Cl.mdy'l'luu.l '697I7SI41771,7741:7074$412d1N' | | $ H. GRANT, Xo j.
'JUllH.3N\-| |/ f E..17 ,.. I .OHHarlly 771| |77 :2lj 711 7.1.11ii| \7 KljllROLLINS GHAHAM W. ..
SE..214!I/I l .
r will lie confronted jith .ioini aaiK. ....:/. :Xf..111\\.XE. : :_ !'-II Partly i. .. 1 Partly limily | | | | ) _) I_ | { -- MiTcaE-.L., It S .
home difficult problems to $olve.a A good] assortment of tltSt.dllHII L. E. UHU.NSON.! '
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Summary for THe 4.
' 14 t i ) he sue, doulitlt'tix' of ,most iinportijnce Month : COLLEGE goods at Reasonable I'ricea Mail J DANIEL Ross, .. "g
ranuanMiirivr.aii.io: IIIgb..I Uuri>uii-ler, oi Hut ttOlb 1)1)) 1111 Orders Solicited.) *
Lowwtt HAHKY .
; Buromvtvr
M"r; id the pfccauiiHiinieni. ; or u olt for /5th. :S'JHH.JWeau : DcBois. < 8.

lioard of U'jualizatiou.: TIle factthat $ 1'II"'IWr..ture. Tie; lUithmt Temperature. 84". on Ibu 4tb; Lowwtt Temperature Winter Pork Fla.Aaehuulofthebiginitgrad.forladle.and. -.- GlJJ"T
1 LIGHT
18 : : ROUSE
in outhelrtbOreaeoltIullyltang.l4Tewperstur.2o: ". oo tlmtath Leant AG EXTU'OItSherwinWilliams: SERVICE.
property owners hoinetountit ; Pally Itauge
Temporal. 4. uu the :UHrU. Mean Temlwralur.'fur this Keutlemeu. Full term oiteun (k-tober" :iud! ( Light House at
r' !;{ have been, and are LI'ilJA'.I1H. 1"1.730; 1HUO, 7-60: IH'Jl, 71; 18'JUi: > | month lit INbH 71 J8U4.\ M Inter term ooeua January lift, JA\JEII Jupiter Inlet)
; 1KU3 73: ; 1K94 71 Mean Tew/wrsture for 11>1I S. Keveo dupurtmeuii: Collegiate: acad- A ApuorB.
,[ -' sebse490jwi. cent of the real value tub" month for 7 ynuro. 72: '. owiepreourotury: iuU-prepurtttury. iuU"iu, Paints E. M. AGEE< Keeper.
.
,,'1' Prevailing Uirerlluo of Wlnil SB.;; 'l'uttdlliovellleot of art and ;pbyitlfal tralulUK.::\ Thirtooa urotm.aora 1st A llltaut.
;: of their property while others are Velocity nl Wind. Dlm-tlun aDd U.ilHI WluJ TS0* milrai; Maximum uudluMtrurtom bulldli jc" Lof tioo J. A. PINE:;, 2nd Assistant
f uille on the :2Uih NK. beautiful.. beultbf
f t. only taxed 20! per cent., we think 1 isT Total I'retlpitatlou. :a.UU lufbw; Suiutwr, ofdiyitou' wbk-b. .01 Inch or adtiimitllJXMU ul. k'urIurlherluluruialion West Palm Beach. Fla.
more lull,
f tt A! Kutlicient proof that Bometbinjfia Total 1-m-lpltatlon, (lu Ini-hni) h.,1111.'" pioutb In IH"$' 'S' B.Os'' ; 18SU?2.47; 18UU ..\'o 1HU1 11 ) IIE\C. O. FilBCHllD. PrsrLlt' nt.
:2.1U HIli ... ; Land
) ; :! !>; 1 sII% 5.O11504"' :3.UU. buyers and home-Ieeker
: 'rotteii in Denmark" and that it f ill AveraiED 1'rm- -
f : i/dtatlou/ fur IhU" moutb for 71f1au. 11.21. woud do well to
i 1'-. till.1t to'calla halt. It la i hardly fair N'umuer" ut ('Ioudl,-os. Dayo.7; tartly('I"u.IY,17; Cloudy: (U, j real It you estate want, address loan or on call Dade County Advertise in THE SUN, the l beet ad list ot lands which send have for our revised
KOT& BurouiHi-r/ upon Rol we for sale on
l rdl4vI' l !
tu"wi" "Irifl. verging medium
M 1 t DIM! iuft for one man to pay into the bins Graham & Chilliugworlh Juno, in this section.r : Lake Worth, New River and Bay Biscayne -
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6, 1894, 3


SOME INTERESTING FACTS is undeniable that there .are thousand West K. I II. imiICK, -

I LORENZO A, WILSON. W. G, TOOMER.
", -- .* of honorable but poor men Proprietor. PATRONIZE

Concjinlng Fbrlda, Its Climate, People walking over the country seeking r r
i
And Indu Jtries. employment-men who are tramps Palm

from necessity and not from choice. Wilson & Comer

Florida ie having uite Such men should not lIe abused. Beach -
a nntn
They are entitled to assistance! and
1 let
HIP of visitors now from Among should, receiVe it. But the tramp The THE ''r '
FERTILIZER
llmable gentleman who received mho. flourishes! howie knives and Drug HOUSE OF FLORIDA. .
a glance at the reverse side
of the miiror of popular favor at pistols and demands money and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
jewelry of defenseless[ women, deserves I
the late election. I:. w. punJI M. i D.
in dro""indown They net wisely 1 honking!; by the heck until he Manager., Store. carry large and complete stock of everything in the fertilizer ,
\ to se us just
no*'. If 'IClrldlCRu't console and! is dead. Iu some manLer other line, and as we go to the manufacturers direct, and have no agents, were t

minister distressed municipalities and people generally in position to save the pineapple dollars. You can t
a mind, then growers many
-nEAr.EIIS IV-
in \
should act in conceit dealing
Hit-re is no hO"I'-1'R01I'I\ Tnne get; rock bottom agents prices from us.afOnp .
with the tramp question, and do all TropicalSun
I SpecialItcs r .
: "
.:: tiversilliition of crops is they in their power to protect the innocent Toilet Articles "

-, i K"- Mule with which we would split and punish the guilty. Drugs, Cotton Seed !Meal\ ,

: tlu,'nrs of our nIlI'ICIIILurRIlIh.; !! Gainesville Nun. Ground 'rob'tcco Stems. }

... ', Buiiheis" ; and small tnnnufactories!! Fine Stationery and Kainit, Blood and Bone, ,
r -- '
(, I is the Canada Hard Wood Ashes,
son* we would! simr in ear.
OUR PUBLIC ROADR. undries. Potash and all Agricultural Chemicals
l, nest stentndnn tones to the peo Druggist ,
plo of our young; and! growing -.- II. J. Baker & lira's Complete Manures. rt.
Prt'HcriptlonlCnrerully Compounded WRITE FOR PRICES AND
SAMPLES. 7-11-94
:
towns. We
cannot ndvojnto too In a recent issue of the J/anu-
:; strongly:! diversified crops and small fucturen Record a long and well. Last Const Business Soluited.\ \ WILSON & TOOMER.t

inufailtiiing: establishments.Titusillu .- considered article appeared from VEST PALM 1 B1UC1I) FLA.-1i! ;-Ut THE FERTILIZER HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
Atlrovnle, the pen of Prof. Holmes, State
JACKSONVILLE x
Geologist of North Carolina' discussing FLA.

Why not try the turnpike and the question of the employment -- -_- J'iA& '
; tollgite ol roads in Florida!
system ,
of convict labor on the public
DADE COUNTY
or at least in some counties until
l'ondA. Ills brief account of ex E. F. CLARK
: the operators had. found the beet' _
|>eiim nts that hate been made in ,
n ml\ cheapest method of and
making State BankPalm Job
makes his
tht Old North State Office
.:' sustaining good loads? It might F"
..... thus he ascertained without direct ttiliole" especially\ valuable. Seme 4 JACKSONVILLE. .
'. of these are worthy of reproduction
Oust what cities Beach Fla.
and counties could I
'. &- e ,, lal J,
tin. If the results
justified, th- A
In 1839! the General Assembly of
uinties could, liny the load*, make
North Carolina enacted a law &MATTINGSSI'*
permitting FURNITURE CARPETS
;
!them'' fire: and keep them up.Tump .- any county in the State/ to Authorized Capital $100OOJPaid

Tmifi.Blizzi .
:i use at work on its public load, up Capital ... $15,000 .

>r.ls, droughts" ( bard: times!! under the direction of its County It Costs Like Fury ta Advertise

and worn out I lands are cause: Commissioners, all the persons ; f We Haue Only a Little Space to Tell a 1
; enough to make people start out to sentenced for crime by the magistrates OFFICERS :

look fur" new\ home Such' limes or by the Circuit Court for E. N. DlMim, l'res'W, H. PAKKIN, Vl.-e- Innnnensc: Variety- 1 t

as Iheso have been ivitne-neil, bv live years and uuder. Three of 1'ree't.Orosor L. HIUNNISCI, Cimlilcr. Neat Work Latest Designs. w

the northern" fuinur" daring the the largest countlt.s-Meckll'nburg, Lowest Friees. .

II \&L'Wllr., and now they are movingSiilthrurd. Wake and Buncombe-now employ DIRECTORS Largest Stock. ;

\. l Floiid't! ell',-rs ill the on their public loads From seventylite : : .
advauliigt of favored to one hundred! convicts each, V.: N. IHnilrV I'. I II. "I1"rlcob'JII, Write, for prices, we do the rest. Snmplesof Cnrpet nnd Matting suit t, if ::". '
lo "
". country .1. H. ItrvlMt'inl K. M 1. llrflHtiirdV. denim') Our) number and nddiess) is 20 to 28, West B-ty street, JACKSON 'i"'j
I UK*o !people! and with a little work and neatly score of other counties \ M. Ili.wn. VV. ii.. I'orklii :' VI LLi FLA. :.
Jarien Prltdmnl.General I ,
.' WPUII"I" t ily !succeed in inducing. are using smaller numbers in the "it:,. I

L tho IH'r) p'II'L o' them to locate same manner. In \[lIcldl'nhul.1tnll.l PromptlyExecuted > ".

anioiix 'Hi' -Si Augustine ..Vel'II.Ir. Wake a consideiahleamnunt! of Banking Business Transacted

mac:idumizinj has been done. Colic* (tuna .promptly remitted UH dR"\ III f ,
.1.1 K.: In;rahnm, land: cont.nliai'mer In Lenolr County all long term receipt lERRILL..STEVENS ENGINEERING 00. ; i

i oftlm J..,ist (Coisl' Line, Is or "dangpious" convicts have been Draft. tic"bought Ullltoolml&le.unit, noM. on.tho ll-lH-.U prinripHlrttlc.tn \ I I f .

now about to insita 1 n circular which sent to the state prison. A dozenor
Mechanical and Electrical Engineers ,
will of benefit the
prove lo .Stale. more of the short-term convicts

(On these circular, he states! taut he have been employed ot the roads p

'.!!. .. will! give t<> anyone all tho information during the paH year with most The J. S. Johnson Co. Boiler-Making and Blacksmithing ?

', desiied in regard to general results
satisfactory at a cost not
Of all Kinds Done at Short Notice in the Best Manner.
farming, stock fruit
raring grow exceeding 15 cents per day for MANUFACTPKEnS OFNETTING-

':;, in!?, truck gardening: etc, in Flor food and clothes for each convict, Boilers Engines and Machinery of all i iKind J
,
; ids free of charge and invites cor-
no guards have been employed.One .
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pondence.. This Ua- good s ;)
move.
superintendent or foreman AT
Twines and Fishing Tckle s.' j jr
JACKSONVILLE. F"'LORIDA.
t.
and other railroads would
ment, do unarmed, has managed the squad. ,
w"lIto follow\ the example set by Kuch I: convict in the beginning has r 4

; the K tat Coast I.lne.-SL. Augustine been photographed and carefully ,

= .Ver. described! t ml has been cautionedthat WM. A. BOCKS. JAS. B. BOCKS. I.
All klnclH or SEINES NETS and }1811: '
if he should attempt, 1.0 escapehe TIU\1'1 made ti IIr't.' ... ESTABLISHED 1875. .
For the farmer ther I is 03 placein would sooner or !rater be caughtand A tnrifty of FANUY FISHING TACKLE REASONABLEPRICES +
to milt the trndf .
W. A"BOURS": CO.
&
f the world like I<'JorltllNothilll/ [punished ; but that If he Hnt.lulattvntlonto| IHHKHUF'I'H SiTi'LiKH. If
is account of cold lit A 121 South Kt. llAlTIMJliU:, Md. 7-UH:!
stopped on should remain at his and .
post NirusOrlando I 'Sin:Lt' 8( ru \Vlllinin A ItcMirn.) I p

weather hut keeps moving throughout work faithfully, he wou'd' at the Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal. r
the entire and should he ,
year end of his term be given a reward.
Garden Seeds Cotton Seed Meal and Fertilizers. c )
fail in one crop he has a chance to As result of this treatment notwithstanding .
himself with Office, 22 West Bav Street, Jacksonville, Florida!
imrncdiatly save an that these convicts Nursery.Of .
other. There is Warehouses o"n tracks of S. F. & W. U'v. and F. C. & P. R. It. ?
no long dry sea
have been allowed to with
stay citrous trees I have a ..shortlist Correspohdeneesolicited. Catalogue Mailed Free Aiiplicaton.\ 9-8-91 t '
which often in
the
son, B > happens their families from Saturday night
of the known best varieties, .

.,, north, no blizzards and no insectplagues till Monday morning, not a man starting with Boone'sEarly; ,'I'ange ---- _n ___ ._ ____ _. __ _._ _.
; but U always the !same, has has
attempted to or
.,' escape, rine!, Hoiuosasa, Mutt's Blood, lies-
and the chances for farmer to
a failed to report for duty at the
,.,: rapidly\ gain! a hank account are fur tiu siaandTardilFareoranges from Oc t

;R: better! III an f'lsewhere.-St. Augustine proper"As to>e.the Prof.claim Holmes that: the says ex.: or tober Sweet toJuly.Grape Auruntium Fruit.. Bonnie Pomelo Brae THE 3. B. HUBBARD CO \ ..

c'R ; ,, JVeim
of
:
..:..f. ,.. posure criminals to public view and Villa Franca Lemons, Peaches, We are now Bet-
along the publio highways hardens {
Pears, Persimmons, Grapevines, WIIOLESALK DEALERS IN
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; : .. .' The prollls of sugar culture in their hearts, or that it has a bad and finally, all varieties of fruits I
,,' Louisiana strikingly: illustrated effect upon the people of the community ter Prepared than
have found
adapted and worthy of Hardware. Stoves Tinware Woodenware J--
,
.. ;. in the statement of a correspond who thus !become accustomed 1
culture in this South Florida" sec
ent of a New Orleans : of
newspaper lo seeing these criminals at

.<..'. i recent date concerning the work, I have neither seen nor heard tion.Our house 50 ever for turningout Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints and Oils. fJ
green comprises va-
.t ret'iriK from the plantation of Senator of a single case in which the pies rieties of

"':;; .. McCall of Ascension Parish, euce of a convict camp on a highway cia.ia and grafted roses other Royal desirable Pon- Agricultural Implements Ammunition Fishing Tackle Ropes 4 "

1" '. which was assessed for taxation at has proved harmful or source many ,
tropical anj semi fruits
Y..Y:q!' $100,175. The estate J'ields a :gross of danger to the community in -sropical
and
ower8. and Boat Fixtures of all Kinds.
of 261t3 from the sale of Cordage ,
f 'Ls f' income $ which it his been located..

"; : I;. the sugar product and the Government Without recounting all of the the Of heat pineapple Smooth pants-Leaved, we lead Cayenne with, WHITE Fun QUOTATIONS. ',

':: !ar< bounty. on the crops amounts : illustrations and arguments with Abakchl, Prince Albert Crown

'. ',"'Jf : to $151,110.11 making a total of which Prof.- Holmes' article Prince Charlotte HothchilJ's, aDd Corner Main and Forsyth Streets r
:. $il5,5f( 4 11 from an investment of, First-Class '
>::y : abounds some of his deductions .
Queen. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. I
Ripley '
'. ,J'! say, 200000. In Fl tirda the are worthy of especial mention .
LL.. .
My new catalogue is full: of interesting rsr "ii
would \be I
: profits certainly equally tie observes that In the manage
Ask for it.
...)':..::t), Marge, and the inference from these went of our public highways we / points.JAMES MOTT, Prop'r., --- .-
t :: i; '. facts should prove inviting to cap. are passing through tradition 4-20-93 :

: "'..,t,,,{;;!4 ..... italists who may contemplate investments stage, and adds : Orlando.<'la.Fa.u' .

: *>1. ,;:..- in Southern agriculture, "The old system of working

'' Jacksonville CjtlzeJl.lX" roads is into Job Pine and" Cypress Lumber
. ,:,.\...c.1. yearly coining more Printing L
disfavor and its results are coming K B. Ev(KiTT. TUOH. O'UIIIIN.lt ,
who
: Y ? It is said by those are presumed
The
..... .(" to he familiar with the facts more unsatisfactory. major
;" ;'" f I of realize the \ EVEBETT&
Uy thinking mea act
":3f.ci: '. that rice I U one of the most profitable .
that the t tBuilding
abandon
sooner: we can ROUGH AND DRESSED. !
_ t." ':4'I'1 : : cr"ps that the farmer can raise ;
the old and r
system inaugurate one FORT PIERCE FLORIDA.
-'\' ::;,/, ", ,. it grows on most any soil and, if that shall be more equitable in ,

}.. well fertilized will stand the Wholesale and Kvtail Deafen in
r :;t.. working the roads by taxation the
better than other -,- \
..;", """. ', s. drought It i* the best l fond any for man crop.andpoultry better it will\ be for the agricultural INDIAN RIVER Material Cut to Order. it
'. and other interests of the .
"' country.In
::'.. ,.;;;'r; l, ; and is good for all kinds own brief experience 1 have -fish Oysters Turtle- SEND IN YOUR ORDERS FOR
my
.!"" grain It ,
.':=;; a of a iuiti'8! that quire 6i
,
found that the easiest of in.
.,., way
..": make the best of fodder; whtncut .
". ducing the to levya and Game Sl.'nd'our. Orders to
[ average county '
'' it make good hay there i .
;
!grown 8-7-84
tax for road is by submitting
purposes
is no crop that the poor or rich to it the for iu tlutela and Dealer Supplied u ""'
plan using
man can raise which Is more profit convicts and road }Branch Hoube Letter Heads, HUNT BROS,
:. able. The of the farmer improved machinery \1
; crops in this work, Nobody of West Palm Beach. Statements,
:,v : should he more diversified anti the -si-3
:
course believes: that the convictswould Invitations Jupiter, Dade Co., Florida.
.4:'.. ",: raising of fine on a more extensivescale .. _
.. be able to uo an me work
{. : :: :-- -Iu this locality would as. Note Heads: ,
: ..;;; : : necessary in the betterment of our BISCAYNE BAY LAND FOR SALE.

Jfj'c.,""c. .....;. .,..: .." suredly bring I handsome artlcleaseither I I return public highways ; but they coulddo ---.-- Bill Heads, i 'l

:,; :i', ,':.,.,"<, emar or coffee. It U always in demand in this direction, and perhaps the 6 of T, 54, H, 41 Florida Fruit Exchange.

::\t\' .. .. and can he 'sold at remunera best work that they could do would and containing 280 acres, close to Envelopes; ,

,'._. .: \t'l a' ,.. :+ i live prices.-G-ine ville bun consist in stimulating a change Cocoanut Grove, Fla. Price, $10 Posters, The Pineapple Grower Association has Selected the Fruit exchange as their Agency
'j. :,! ,, for the Sale of Pineapples. _
'qs eta The tramps art becoming more from the old system to the uew.Jackllon'iIle per acre.
i \ ; ; and of Citizen Forty Jots, 50x78,in Lemon City, Tickett, CRATE M\TE IA'-The Fxcboag*u fully prepared la*UH>lr PiueappU Crate on order, f
day some %V Jan and ,
; "'.,..! ( numerous every rue for frit Trruu
,
.. them have proven themselves to be Fla., at $100 per lot. Cards _O.'t'ItERS-:
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,. UEO.RFAIRRAxKaPr..ldent. O GREE\LEAF.Vtoe-Preddeut.
,:. : ,::',:;J",. .' dangerous characters. Demon Land buyers and home-seeker Above prices are for a short time At.ttRTl1.IVE4Oea'1M'grandTree.: M. F.TCRNERSecretory

", Btratiops have been made by tramp woud do we 11 to send for our revisedlist only. Nothing\! else iu the vicinity AND FIRST-CLASS: IllltCTOItS--: R. fnlrlMnka, Alwhu ('0.\ K.G. Hill.arsenal Cu ; I>r. E. E. Pratt
iu this city. leaving po room to of lauds wbich.; rt have for sale on at these figures. Rill ,
M. Uai-r. uYltI l_; .V Brm ,. Urvirird e<-.; K Saiaptou.. .Mario ou:U. V. lltUyer. Mule
doubt that they are dangetou I Lake Worth New River and Bay Biscayne Address or call upon, co.:.loh.ll Ur> Dt. )-.!".....; W. k.. Stanton, Putaaiu.; M, M..nllu"u.1i..JubMaa.C. ..
I), R. Knight. ;. F. A, ttt-luv, \ulu.U ao.; Ibio Uowil, L.k. oo.AJ .
characters and canno, besunmarily Address-rrTHB IC COUNTY >
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS tress all am aauruJwso W the Flurid F'uit Exabvaxo. Jwknouvillt .Fa SturiU
dealt with any too soon. The fact REAL ESTATE.. 0.'i\ 'i'Yi( :\ n 749-94 Lemon City Fla. w nit.ulll.|....king and.hi|>|'tef| IniXruttiuiii, lurai.llud oo al'I.Ii.| |i .'.,. 4l..t..


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\ '. -EARLY FLORIDA HISTORY. vance.- being to the natives as the wanting development and progressare REAL ESTATE AND FIRE INSURANCE. I u ,

march of pestilence.. The Invaders very slight. Beach Fla. fALAKI7 !
Juan Ponce de Leon, enriched marched northward\, the The State of }Florida In the period q ALBERT ROBERT, West Palm ;.

by the subjugation of Porto Rico, Appalachian chain, and in October from 1870 to 1890, as is shown : :: WORTH: 1ROPERTIES.: '
t .' resolved when deprived. of the governorship readied( Mayville\! -now Mobile I -in by the United States census! returns!! ; TUII PORUtlOIl Co.
.. to Increase his fame by the ,'lcinILy'of which battle took for those two years!, progressed Aweal for the lend.oil FLOIIIDA CD IIOBTOXa&CAliA FLulllDA! ATLANTIC CoAST LAND Co.
.
n new enterprise, and, learning of place, in which 2,500 Indians were very nearly) in proportion to the LU.I DNew fativea' LAD TIlU!! 1'Tim
i a land to the northwest, rich In killed\ or tortured to death i, of the extension of railroad and other

gold, precious stones and fountains Spaniards!, only eighteen; being transportation convenience The LOTS AT WEST PALM BEACH.
of eternal youth, determined to find killed\ and 160 wounded by arrows.!! Increase in population in Florida AdvertisersWho Lake Worth Agent for the Liverpool & London & (Globe Ins. (;0.
I this marvel of the New World, and After month's stay at May\ during the period named was 108.- PUBLIC. 82-t-O.t
,. darted from Porto Rico with three yule, UeSolo moved Into the In. 46 per cent. Theda showing the NOTARY
x .. ,I vessels March\ 1512, and on the tenor, finally reaching the Yszoo assessed valuation ot the State in : !
'ti 27th landed at a point on the l Florida River, where be Tent' into winter 1870 not being; at hand, the ns-ess-

.. coast at or near the present. quarters, wintering the followingyear ment for 1878 may be comparedwith

city of Fernandina, taking posses- at the )present site of .Little that of 1893. The ratio during The Germania Life Insurance Gompanv
ion of the country in the name of Rock, Ark. DeSoto' died May\ 21, that period was 246.37 percent. ,
Spain, and was- made Adelantado, 1542, and was!! buried in the Mississippi ; Had I it been possible to provide adequate Use the
on condition that he would colonize River; the remnant of the expedition transportation facilities! for OP NEW YOKK.
t it. haggard, gaunt and half all the counties in the State, the
In 1521, this first governor of naked, finally leaching the Spanish increase in the entire Stale would Doing Business Under the New York State Non.Forfeiture Law

'. territory within the limits of the colony) Panuco, on the Gulf Coast. have equaled that noted' in those' (Which best protects the Interest of Policy-llolders) ; with
present United Slntes, returned to Twenty years) after the imposing counties in which such facil'tles

the province assigned! him, and in 1I rt departure of ]DeSoto) Horn San were established..-Jacksonville Oil"izcn. Financia/ an] E, :J nomica, Management
I fight with the Indian, who opposed Lucnr, a fleet still larger and of .
l. his landing, received an anow greater magnificence left Vera Columns of I Second to None, and issucing all desirable forms of policies.' This

.. wound from which be subsequently} Cruz.. Mexico- under Don Iristonde solicits
Company patronage.
)
) jour
died. Luna; for the conquest] and settlement receive full particularG.
In 1516 1 Diego( \ :Mlrneto\ made a of Florida. De Lunn sailed. Park Cottage Send me your age at nearest birthday and I

voyage) to }Florida, and the following August 14, 1559:;!), with an army of LOPER BAILEY, Manage! for Georgia and Florida, ,
: year, 1517 Hernandez, de Cordova besides friars, for PALATKA FLORIDA.
1,500 men, many West Palm Beach, Florida. 4-26-lyr ,
touched the const: on his return the conversion of the Indians, and '
I from Yucatan. number of women and children' ; THE COMPANY ,
Hoarding by the Day or Week. FORT PIERCE LUMBER ,
i In 1518, Francis Garay, Cover but 1 the accustomed ill fortune followed

nor of Jamaica, landed somewhere then), the sleet being wreckedin Fine View of the Lake. r' t,
on the const of Florida, hut being Pensacola DaDe Luna was -- -DEALER IN- ,
; attacked by the natives, and losing recalled two years later, returningwith OPEN ALL THE YEAR AROUND.
most of his men, retired, but returned but a fragment of his! grand .
Lumber. '
the next spring and made army of occupation, fortunately for O. HOWES, Prop'r. 3-1-94! Georgia Kiln-Dried ', ., ",-' t
the entire circuit of the Gulf Coastof the progress of mankind and the ; ::::u' "
the United States. Florida! he future of North America.-TheFertilizer TROPICAL Cypress and Pine Shingles, Lath, Moulding, Lime, Cement, Sal: ." ',. .

found, was not an island, as De F. a: A. M. Doors, Blinds, Paints, Oils, Nails, etc. < ;",:'. '
,
Leon .. of' Knrmonla -
supposed, and from his shipssaw npgulnr/ cninmnnlrnttnns t. t
villages. This Lodge, J>o. 1.18,Juno,FIn.,will lie I"hlon" t the
many exploration A LITTLE OVERSIGHT. tot eni'h month atI2o'ckwkm. :'
Hntunliiy );
occupied tighteen months the all Orders. .
-. VlNltlnjt brethren, Are Cnrdlnlly Invltod to fitteml. Prompt Attention Given to .
chart the voyage) showing that $KI..OI E. CowLaa,1Y. )I. .\' .' .
the country "bendeth like a bow"a Lord DlIlrerln was sionately A. E. HetiiKR. Sery. 20-1/f. 1-10-01' W. P. HATCHETT, Mgr .. fl ') .'

line stretching from Yucatanto devoted to shooting. lIe was not \ }rf < :
the point at which De Leon such a marvelously shot, nor SUN _.n_______ :
touched making the string. was the game on his ancestral CEO. 6. HACKEJl & SON '

''f. In J 1528, a formidable but disns- estate particularly' plentiful. but, J. H. LIVINGSTON )lJ; ::

.., trous attempt to take possession! of as he had the best outfit in hill borough ; :.
the country was made! liy Pamphilo and particularly as magnlll; Worth'V; "
de Narvez, who sailed from Spain cent stories were lelated of the Real Estate Agent for Lake ; : t"PROFERTIES. t"-

in 1527, under a commission from skill of all his forefathers, what CLAIMIt "
the l Emperor, Charles V, with five could he do but follow in the well .. ': "" .Y:,
ships! 400 men and eighty horses!, beaten paths? So, dutifully, butabeentmindedly A Fine Llat of Lake Front 1'ropertieB' for!Sate,Improved, unit Unimproved,. .,
he started All Corre>|ionil"nre Promptly: AnKwrrnl. A-Hlit'ia'
landing at out
Tampa ISny twodajs) J. H. Palm Beach Dade Co. Fla V:. '1 ,
before Easter, 1528, proceeding at alone. ... LIVINGSTON ; >
once to explore the country. After he had tramped about an at ,\,. ; '. .
They) started May let, and on hour, he stopped to make readyfor "4' <", .
June 25th a village of forty houseswas the slaugb LeI'. : : .
reached, from which the In. "Let me see," he said, feeling In Is The .,
dians had lied. This was Appalachian one of his pockets. "Here are my MANUFACTURERS OF SAVANNAH, FLORIDA ANE WESTERN fit. .
"' --- J ,
[ (Tallahassee). The woods cartridges, there's my pointer, my Time Card, In effort July 211. lRI1 Train* will I leavednilrnaft.aowetFeet I .
abounded with game, and they flask is in my breast packet' my Doors, IA.C. J.I W..Ex ts.tx.;
found maize ; and cold, they bt>. sandniches.! are in my side pocket, STATIONS. I"IIEXII""" .. E'iY: 'ali byUaC...........
Sash No,1t2.:! INII.714. 012 7000 ......
t 1r lioed, was plentiful. Hut hardly and my gllllle"" 'e here. Good.. Le..eJurk..nvlllu............ ........ .... .... ...... 7 il a !: p mIp' ap.i ... ::::::::-:
: X2 740 ........... \
M hallthe.'lertolfthelr No-v for some sport, A'gv, me : 4014" 740'
heavy armour f
) I
) Blinds A rrlveWaycro..7 GGT" 11110" Ian) ... ..
when the Indians attacked them boy." ........ ............ 7 Oa 71111., .? ,' (
# Albany.................... .... .. .... ...... 1 ::11" .. ...... ,
He in
and burned the viigwams. was feeling particularly MouldingsAND BESTADVERTISING JC.llp. ........ .......,.. ... ........ ... .. 1Ut8aL.7.4u,110a1.' :\ .
lint little gold found and but good epiiits, and did not.mlnd the' :: "Xavaunah' .. .............. .................. ii-ti!: \a80/ : ............ ''7''o0u...'. .''..'..''. .
Will Tb"mnovlllo ---------------------------------i at) p. .... ...... ..... ...... /I//III"/ .......... .
little maize, and the natives, not scarcity of game He went fourncfortt .. ( harleaton" .................. ............... 4/111"/ ) 811ID. 1:11101': ) '.... ..
Macon .... ............................ .... 8i-: .I.......,.... 'lane .. .. ..."... f
t, Ic ,r lJ.ulIIE'rous. but !savage, harassing!! [ mllllI! he started anything.) Building :Material, .". M.'nlJt"nerr.................................... '" 11\: .... ................. .. 709a...... .....
: the :Spaniards:; so that no one dared Then a bird rose. ,ttlnnta.. .... ............... ................ '" 11\: '............. 7 611 u ...." I
-.y- a .... ..... ..
/ Oil .. : :\ :... .. '
{ wr: venture from the camp. Thus In a moment he was all excite CHARLESTON: S. C ii. }New .4 ion ... ...... ........... .. ... I
{ beset ment. On, if lie could only bi'ing ;. 4\: "I.......... 710 ,I" .".
M ;. with hunger, disease and trtean..8\ 40 f ........ ....... / ,( ..
"i; '". danger, all their hopes of sudden h down I !He tried to whistle, but LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. .4. \(' .. .. ........... ...."... ,
4 ... ) P I.,......... ..... ....22Sii----; ... .
wealth destroyed, they) reeohed toI he was too nervous so he called tobin ...( Wa.blllglon........................ ............. 7Hla! .. 11101.i............ ...
make their dog : "Heie, Rover. Steady, CJIF' Send for Prices. 1 IIArUmore ....... ......... ..... ...... ..... "X' 20: .. 12: 4X>4u... ..... .... ...... I
"
I I way to the sea, which I It Philad0ltltla .............. ... ... .. 1040 841: ............. ...... .
they) reached in fifteen (days. He- uleladl! It's a good plump partridge It Now York- ................. .. ..:..:.:::::.. 1 lap 6GO. ...... ... .-.
It o.clnnntl....... .. ........ ............ .... 4 1I. ,............ 7 ;i lIa / ....
hind them) a country they) could not and I'll-hang me if I It so. Loefe. .. .... ... ......... ... ... .. ... .' 7 25: .......,.... .111101''. 7 ::1t.hlcAgo :\ .. .". ...
I before them hiuen't forgotten me gun?'"-Boston : ..... .... ........... .... -. m10al', .... ..... 11110" 10 l ",... .......
conquer; a Beao\er ....-......
which was but one way) of escape lludyet./ Sleeping Car Service _
the building of \essels! which they) .-. --- No N ,carries Pullman sleeping: Car Jiu-kionvlMe to New York; XiV 3S
(It rarrw. l'uhuon tHeollll1K car Jlwkoll"IIlo", I" Cln.llInllll'! via 11'aycna Thurn.>\.II" nod, '.
knew not how locont>tiuct, nor hud STRIKING COMPARISONS. : MEDIUMOf Montgutuury No. 78 carrie. l'ulllllUD ....ping car JnrkanrillrbAew'oorL, Nn U coo rice V,

'f. they) tools or material. Four boats -..-_--_- tIn O)IOUI5YIUtHCI L Ayif JCHICA60 RT CO(Ki(? :- Jaek.onv111utolot.1'lIlhuun. "Io"plnl ear I itnu.", .JRck..nfUh via. Alhury to, t'hlrl'lllall MnlllKumory, No. Nsahvllma 12. rarrlee.,,. No I'IIIIII'/ID. J ms' rnrtlee Xleeprtgear Iha, man' .'.' ,
were extemporized, in which many SlepingoarJuekeonvllle. 10 t uannuli. NoIncaelesPullnauhepingcar.. Oeala, I"nevvn. '.;
the Citizen of this 20th inst., nab via Lakeland and IIIKh "I'rlnj .
> were drottiitd in the surf. '
Throughtickets
.uI4toallp dutasmut .le ..lnll car :
vcurnl
r under the caption: "Tht'nnnd Now, sevtBa atreet Uratpoasungeratati.n, "IIIICII nt Coiniany'| i cane- N4Bupi
([ Four survivors of this ill-fated u comparison was made between THE PULLMAN CAR LIKE E It. n FLEMINO" \ lt. KWOOPE.. W. M ruvinsriM, .
Oa. Oh"U.'I.110. rla liv. ,
u expedition slowly and: painfully OeD PaiM.Airt. ;
,'1 ) the financial condition of several BETWEENJoiiisvll1o ; ;
''r ;':'\. made their way ncrosit the \prevent Florida counties in 1873 and iu AnyWEEKLY
I ;;,); State of Texan through the Mexican 1893.: In the former year the. Cincinnati

\ pr vinceof! Sea ors, reaching railroad i mileage was 447, while, ,
'to i last: the Coast of Culifoiuia, where iu the latter it was 2,550.! '
j over an I C. C.
"I i j \.,-:: they) were succored bj- their coun increase of over 470 percent The or Indianapolis HAICHT. ,
: v ,
tr.'lo1enho. had already iuvadtd
; ) ) comparison of the wealth of the ,
.. y.1 that country in search of emerald, counties In which \railroads have -ANDChicago A .'
:. gold and slaves, and dually) re been constructed since 1873 with PAPER t a
IL J turned Lt) Spain, heroes of an vl- that'\ of the counties la which: no and iha Northwest Contractor

venture as remarkable and us ro- railroad, have been built, was made. The Pullman Vestibule ServiceOn
luautic as any) recorded in the Spani for obvious reasons, between the Night Train

i iblr uuuala in North Ameiica. The years lr 78 and 18U3.: : The increase Parlor Chair Cars on Day Trains. V
'. balance of the expedition were in the former class was 4G9.75( ) percent ,
j''In drowned killed! ,by, the natives or while in the latter class it na =The Motion Trains=; In The AND

',I died o* ilUeace and hanger' only 170.26 per ceLL Me'.te\ : the l Fastest Time between

DD r The diastrous results of every) The significance: of these facts inof the Winter Cities and Summer Ri-
expedition to Florida( thus far had HUlirieut! : moment to warrant recuriLiice sorts of the Northwest. .

I. = not shaken the belief of f the adventurous Lo them ; and the mention \V. A. :McDOEL] : \....... .;. Builder.
t Spaniards in the value of of a few notable! iii'tauces\ of General Manager... ,

the country, and. DeSoto, who had progress; dt'\'elupnent.: and wealth FRANK J. REED: G. P. Agent Contracts taken for Coast Cottages, Public Buildings, Seaside, R.HIdences ;
'.J a- acquired wealth and fame in Peru, follow ing in the wake of trausportution For further Information, address "
r ,licked permission to take ]possession faciiitifti, while not adding R. W GLARING, Gcn'l. Agt., STATE Of FLORIDA. and Frame Structures of all kinds ''J "'

of Florida! as Adeluutado. News force' to the illustration afforded by 158, Broad Street, -- :: :1:10
of his intentions waa received wltb'I' the inexa-ahle law of percentage, 60 Tboma ville. Ga.
I I' .. enthusiasm, and gentlemen; of birth nity yet) proxe highly interesting.In Plans, Specifications, Hills of Material and General Estimates :. f

;-h i II'I' and! distinction flocked to his standard counties that hate been traversed Furnished upon Application. ;:
1 .; iv some coming even from Portu by railroads tiuce 1873, the! DOLLARSPER I' s c . ,: I

'i v gal. So strong was the desire togo three showing the largest percentage 0 120 -0- .. H I
that with their oi increase in a..spued'lIllIa Best of References furnished
men parted MONTH : on application Correspondence '
Solimed! !
t- estate: to [purchase an iuleresl tiortB are Polk, 1,252 31 per' cent; f
I the expedition, excitement being, liroward.. 1Oa606/ !l per cent ; and IN YOUR OWN LOCALITY Advertising -0- j
" I \ Cabeca. de Vtllua aUo 95139 t The made easily and honorably, without capital
increased by ililUboroiigh, per cent. Permanent Address. .
AKK
m during: your spare hours. Any man, WORTH.( 1 Vl.3UWM
: making application to be appo.nlAdelantudo. ; *- 'smallest. iu this class are Santa woman boy, or girl can do the work liuudily i z
f",. \. DeSoto went prepared( Hoiiu, !07 per ci-nt ; Jac.kt.ou. llt: 02: without experience. Talking un-
.I for conquest as well an coluuuii- per'' cent ; and Encamhln; MU 3d( uecessary. NoiUin; !?\ like It for money- Rate Sheet
J maklug ever olTured lJ4.'fure. Our workers
"
tion his force .bring) about 700 uent.
tt per alwayii pro=per. No time wasted In D. R. INGERSOLL.
it k kI The fleet tousieted i ot nine vessels., In counties iu which no ruilioad learning the business. Vfe teach you In E. K.GM'U.; : t
lE' I t and besides their human: Frei IH, worth,): ot mention have been built a night how to succeed from the art Will be Sent
on Ap- INGERSOLL
hour You can make a trial without rx- & GEER,
carried between ma and three hundred since 1874, and! in those that are
- ft pease to yourself. %Ve start you,fumU'ievrjtlilug ,
horses, u (large herd of swans jet without any railroad! some ol needed to curry on the busl
and a large number of1100.1\ 1 the percentages: :.: of increase are a. net* fcuct.>w fully, and guarantee you DEALERS INARMOUR' ____
q hounds. The expedition] sailed low aa 25 per cent. against: failure if you but follow our plication. $ Frpeh,1 r'.ta .
4;;: fVom THvir-i. Ttv 1 aivto-, "n.I '1'1..,. In'n, ,," rr-n, ,I r i simnls; xlnhi! '",tr""n" 1'-0", /



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THE' TROPICAL BUN: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6,1894, 5 .

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FLORIDA SUGAR INDUSTRY. number of nctunt cane-sugar producers duce a eupl'rahundAnceof'80 fine c nl EDUCATION IN CITIZENSHIP.
,
-.-- from 551 to 495.; product. There is a great fortune Inapnper---. fern, THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA, e
read ( the American
WASHINGTON, D. C. Nov. 28-Tln for the farmer. W. 11.
SUGAR: PRODUCTION CONCENTRATED:>! pineapple of( '
Academy

Commissioner this evening! gave of Internal out his report Revenue for The decrease in the number ol N.ELDlu: Southern.. ,_.Cultivator.. Science, Tuesday Political night, Prof.and Social Pat THE A. :B. CAMPBELL CO.

cane-sugar producers, notwithstandIng ten, of the University. of Pennsylvania
the fiscal year ending June 30,1894] the large increase in their pro MUST NOT BE MISSED. advocated (the teaching of (Successor to MANIER, LANE In his report the Commissioner ----
says: dnction.is due to the fret thata The opportunity offered by the political economy in the public' Jacksonville -> -> -:- Florida. .

"After a careful examination I estlmate number of primitive openkettlesugar coming Atlanta Exposition to advertise schools.! The idea is an excellent

that the total receipts from factories are being discontinued Florida's many resources to one, and cannot be put in practicetoo -- '.: '. a

all sources of Internal from year to year in the collection the home-seeker should,under no circumstances soon. '
revenue for PIANOS, ORGANS and everything) In the Music Line. Lo .et,
district of Louisiana, where be missed. Not one student in one hundred .
the current flscal will :-
year amount Prices. Easiest<: Terms. The Celebrated: ,
to 171000000. In my lust annual the sugar\ production is gradually The Legislature, at tho next ses who enters t the public schools, goes; / .fj .% (

report I estimated that the re being concentrated In the hands ol lion, should! make nn appropriation into the colleges With political Conover, Vocalion "

reiptsnf this bureau for the fiHtnl the sugar producers possessing the to be used in the matter, and the economy taught only in the colleges A. B. Chase, Aeolian : ,. .

year ending June JO{ 1890, would most modern and improved ma (Commissioners' of each county should. more than 99!) per cent of our Fischer, Farrand & Votey l
chinery for the mnnufactureof do likewise. people never have an opportunity of !
aggregate/!; $1 O,00o.OllO. Throughout sugar.Many Smith & Barnes Chicago Cottage, .
persons who formerly made Thisadded!, to the donations made studying it unless they snatch the ,
the entire 'the .
flnnneiiil Organs.
I tended year to depression open-kettle sugar are now selling: by private individuals, would )be, time from their business pursuits. Kingsbury,

duce! the receipts from materially allsourcl's' re off their sugar: cane, or the syrup produced sufficient to represent our State well. i This is possible, but is rarely! clone, Pianos -

therefrom to the The citizens should! give this question and of this interesting study the people -
internal taxation, and it is with sugar/!; pro
f ducers who large factories serious thought, and should are kept in ignorance. :
much regret that I am compelled tastate possess Write ua and we can save 'O\llJJonI'Y. \; t;
t! containing vnccuum pans and centrifugnls work to have these appropriationsmade. And yet some knowledge; of political
that the receipts fell short ol with other modern mahinery. ", ; economy is the necessary foundation n-2392 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fin. ",,
the estimate in the sum of $2.831-] As a general rule an opportunity I ol intelligent citizenship., With aIt ke

550.30, the actual collections being Is not recognized!!; this State until the masses in ignorance of "
"In the fiscal year ended June 30,, I ; public .,
1147,1 G8,449.70. 1894) the area of land devoted to the people see its back ; don't let ittetlin.sin questions) the demagogue!: is in his '.1/,'' '
The total collections by ('ollectorDennis ,," ., \, ....... "" ', __" "r't / i
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this case.-St. "
in the the culture of sugar cane III the Augustine glory. The country is badly governed ..../ ,,:+.31- '.. <, ,_ _;.*:rr: >. >c:!''.'"_...r- ,.,' --r'. 'J -. > I., ,
Eagan Florida Distract A'eirs.AN t I
aggregated f410,322.82. The United States was! reported to be '-' and the people wonder why. ; THE U. S. MAIL DAILY( 4TD .. {i
289,940 acres, of which 281,667:: They do not know It, but it 1M,ne\'cr. f: a

estimates for the, next fiscal year arc acres! were (cultivated the collection INTERESTING REPORT. theless, true, that they} govern themselves RINGS us!! large quantities of letters inquiring about
14,859,870., ( district of Louisiana, 7,060, The report-of Postmaster-- General nnd the had government) is :[ ; Real Estate: and places to loan money. We are exM, \ .". ::. ;r t
TAXES FROM TOOAl\'O. only a proof of their $ 'n .
acres in the third collection district Bissell is more interesting than the incompetence.) tensive advertisers.! Therefore if you wlah to ;!I' :

The aggregate amount of taxes of Texas, and 1,213: acres in the collection usual reports of heads of departments Of course the pupils of the public :yr; Buy, Sell or Exchange REAL ESTATE, or Loan or Borrcw MONEY'J J '" l
,
collected from tobacco during the i schools could not master the subject '
district of Florida These o !
lIe attacks certain publications : You should write us. Although our Real! Estate list .,( '
last flscal year was $28,617,898.02.\) figures show an increuse in area of which ore mailed ns matter of' of political: economy. They Vit paces' on the market upwards of 1.tt I ..,, .' ;

This amount includes internal 0,288: acres over the area reported I the second class and shows howegitimate could only enter on tho subject and 3000000.00= Wet
==
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revenue taxes paid! by stamps on imported for the fiscal year ended( June 30,, and! lrrepnretheaiselves for studying", it r .
; newspapers magazines Real Estate for ale and e.\change. we cannot yt+: -
and! manufactured tobacco,, 1893." Jacksonville Citizen. more fully in the future. College t Worth of
should be carried free Uncle "
by
Let !
us
snuff, cigars# ,cigarettes. The net students cannot master the subject ;.; alvnys suit purchasers' therefore send us yours.
.
without
Sam. Mr. IJissell states that list.
rf place your! wants on our want : c ci
decrease of collections for the last Statesmen who have influenced the .
PINEAPPLES IN FLORIDA. reserve, advertisers] book pub- i '>
fiscal year, as compared with those taken advantage sentiment of the country for decades! !, : : THE L L R, BENJAMIN INVESTMENT COMPANY. .. :
Sellers and others have *
have not mastered it. There Q 26 Laura Street Jacksonvllls, Fia. yte ,
are no
of the fiscal 3-
previous $
year was The is of the best! of the broad construction of ? t ;
pineapple one .. .. '
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c f
271,813.12. The increase from limits to research in this line. It is! ., >....r." "J.r. + : ,co tLoO;, : .: ;'
;" known and most relished of the tropIcal what constitutes matter of the second ,. ...... ,.Y .. ." :
broader than the human mind...
cigarettes was $4,050.64: of which
,
fruits. There are a great many class by sending out theiradrerisetnents ,
3440.53 was on cigarettes [wei h- varieties of "pities" as the natives ti: and publications under the And yet every boy who is to become ,

tng not over three pounds! a voter when he becomes a man, .
per to call them but the Sugar- technical of and J
are wont : disguise/!; newspapers .
should this in
begin study itssunpler HEAL ESTATEABSTRACT
.' thousand. oaf and the Strawberry or Red periodicals, and] (have thus secured i THE DADE) COUNTY
forms. His fitness for the duties of I .
!
The in of Florida 1
report treating Spanish are the most common on the: lower rate of postage lie has '
I citizenship is, to a great extent, AND ;
states that 413 factories iu Florida
the markets. It will be slow and Uncovered: that; the abuse has grown .

used 2,790,193'\) pounds of tobacco lard to educate the people on the so great that it now costs the measured by his proficiency iu it.- ( OF TITLE' COJLPAK\] !
Jacksonville Citizl'n.The .
in manufacture of and
the cigars
merits of the different varieties of government eight times as much to

8,150 pounds in the manufacture of pines, us it has proven to be in the carry second-class matter as the Successors to-THE TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCIIANGE. .

cigarettes.t Twelve factories engaged case of the orange.!; The", Porto Rico revenue derived from it. The volumeof Lake Worth Mall! Steamer"HYPOLUXO 1

in the manufacture of smoking! to. ill to pines as the great Navel to f secund-class business", grew from '. <,. '

bacco used! 17,857:; pounds, of scrap oranges!-it is large and showy but 143,000,000 pounds 1888 to 2)6.-: ". '
tobacco in the manufacture of smoking Lands for Sale in All Parts of Dade County
: really not more luscious. Some of 000,000( pounds! in 1893, more than a.

tobacco. the various queens are quite melting doubling in six years. Itisestimated' dipt. W. H. Moore[ ( ,

; BOUNTIES:>! PAID TO SCO AII PLANTERS and delicious. Though us in the (hat during the fiscal year ending Makes daily runs between June We carry a Fine List of Choice Pinenppiw'" La mis. ', .psu 'I ,

... In treating of sugar! the report case of oranges much depends! on .Iunn20th, 1894!) out about 451- and HTPULUXO, connecting with 4 '

;, says: conditions of soil, season, culture 000.000 pounds of mail matter of all 1 J. & L. W. H,'. trains at
I:;. "During the flscal year ended! June J ,and fertilization. The same pines classes carried 299.000,000.!) or nearly Juno, and with) Lake Valuable Tracts: Large and Small, for Fruit and Vegetable Culture.; .

',,.A' 80, 1894. G,3-1U licenses were 1 issuedto i grown in Florida, are superior to two-thirds, went underthe second-",

domestic sugar producers intending the Cuba or Jamaica fruit, and so of class rates, leaving/\ n net loss to the Worth-Itiecayne) Bay Stage Line Elegant Residence! Tracts and Water Front Properties on Lake 'Worth -

to claim bounty theirproduct, the main laud and the Florida Keys, government in its transportation of at Lantana. and Hay Bi
and $12,100,208.8!) net, after deducting the former being superior. I'ine cul- 11\.97:1,000.(\ : The Postmaster (General Freight and passenger traffic: --

..: refundments, were disbursedby lure has just be/uu, in Florida on the does not advocate a change; of solicited.! 2-2.91 Titles I Examined and Perfected Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. ;dr

this office in payment approved Eastern!; Toast( or Indian River Region rates now upon legitimate newspapers ti

bounty claims. During the fiscal /!; ; yet several hundred thousand and period kirls or magazines, LOUIS CHERRY --

yeurs f'ndell.Jllne 30,1892! ) and June rates have gone to market in the hut his purpose is to urge the withdrawal Jeweler Title Abstracts for Buyers or Sellers Carefully Prepared and their

30,1893$7,342,077.79and: $3,375-:; ast "year and some small fortunes of low postage rates from the Correctness Guaranteed

were disbursedus made. class of Cocoa.:: Florida.,
130.88,, respectively have been 'large pretended periodicals
U "prepared ilo Watch Clock nod Jewelry --
bounty on sugar/\ making/\, with The profits may he said to run that are improperly enjoying them; Heparlnic. at Hlmrl milieu. in bent .p"" .Ible '
last year's bounty a. totul disbursement rom $200 to $2,000 )per acre, ac- not only on account t-f the inherent iUimor. All Work lilllr"teel.I.YI. ,l. Correspondence Solicited from anyone who actually) desires to invest) '

of 28,817,417.56. exclusive of cording the variety culture, season propriety of that course, but he is _-:!: In Desirable Heal Estate ;

," administrative expenses incurred in and other contingencies. The almost hopeless of ever seeing the i i..i.
fRlNTlNG.
.; : executing the bounty law. larger mentioned ))11'0 II tli come largely financial condition of the department JOB at JUNO ;UA1IE, : (I'OUXTY FLOKIIU.: > r
:' "Estimating! the production of ample from tho sale of slips and suckers: of properly established until such Send TUB TUOPICAL !SUN:: :>! a trial or Mail Oliico. ,

..." sugar and 32.000,000 pounds I die new or finer varieties; some\ of withdrawal brought ijbout. Mr. der for job work. We have a com- '

:. per annum, and basing/ the production hese! bringing 15;:) to 25 cents each iiisnell believes that onfl3-ellr's ex plete job office, good stock, latest -

", of cane, beet, and sorghum while the fruit sells for as much. One perienreundersticklimitations wish' faces of types, competent workmenand [LINE ) .
TRUNK
;..y:, sugar on the official weights/\ thereof, grower in Orange county claimed! tohave the fr/lutltIIIlIJ abuses checked,would our prices are us low as consistent THE -- TROPICAL L -- r ,

it is found that the total domestic: realized $5,000;:) from one acre demonstrate that we have already with gored} material and work.

sugar; production during the fiscal in one senson. I am not so optimistic reached the time and conditions manship. Letter heads!, statements ; 1 '

:, year ending)une 80,1892,a nlounterl as! to expert so much from this: when all such legitimate newspapersand bill heads, envelopes, shipping .

'. : to 412,893,230) : pounds: The next industry. but I do expect to see the periodicals or magazines maybe tags visiting/!; cards, folders all the Jacksonville Tampa & Key West /ny.? ..

fiscal: year it increased to ;515,250-:) :; thousands of acres of palmetto and, transmitted through our mails latest designs, and posters

769) pounds:t.a nd during the Hscal: year mk scrub lands growing/!; thousandsof from publishers into the hauls of H. DURR1 EE, Receiver. .4A
JOSEPH
ending June 30 1894: it further increased carloads of this! finest of all 1 Florda subscribers free ot any cost.-Gaines TUB SUM shines for all. Subscribe.

to 639.230.790 pounds, fruits in the next decude. On a \ ville tS'uo. fa. a year, or six months! for f I.
_
which is 60.9 (per cent over the sugar commercial scale, it has not yet been '

., production in the first bounty year started on the Vestern Coast but I SOUTHERN R. R CO. .
FLORIDA f
TilE -
.. !. ntetltfoued.LLp um confident that another summer' F. A. PELLERIN & CO., INDIAN RIVER ST" AMBOA l' CO.,} R. B. CABLE, General MmZer (

:'. "Two extra. deputy collectors will gee ,the first plantation started. JUl'ITEU i; LAKE WORTH RAILWAY J .. 'K._ .

;; ', acting as sugar weighers, were employed The whitest, poorest, sand.) hume Fnriulre ,Stoves aM HOUSBfllrnislIin s ... .

: in Florida, last year. seems the natural home of this fruit. -NOnrUTlm.TableluearetNur.lU'U1 -
{"J. I -\OlTII-!\ : '
1894. i fertilizing/!; little, but --- :"Y.' .
c t LICENSES: For They require N... 8J:!. A1).7e.1No t
}f" .' I licenses issued: to will pay for all that is! given them. Shades and No., r5.: NuS(IIml. a6.yNu. 1"1). :3a.!:. Until, ). U.ily t;*. Mon. I
: 576 Sot )
.;. "There were Carpets, Mattings, Lamps. Ea: \ -- ; Tlo;;j ,
in a partial shade, ; .Jae4"urln... '"r TWaw eau pm par
delight ; }
the ) ;;
during/!; They : ; 1 eta sin L. U13 '
). cane sugar producers al put IS Wpm' Ar. uru".e. I'.rk.. ...." Lv .01 tI Sin Pml" ....... .p4... f'In "
t?;.". tlscal year ended J uue 30, 1894: and hence miuiy/ fancy varieties should are 421 423, 425 and 427 W Bay., 12694AGENT Iii U 3:1111.15.: .pin.... .115.........pin..'.".. sun eel I allO 1I"Ar."..,Ar .. orcru.M/ sI.nultu.L"'u. "Irlllll.,,, rlll"","..l.v Lv 5 349 U 10..1'' S I Ol(11' PIP C l, pW"' "(0It r>', ".
l't'tlaihetlit. 9U3 a. par ;
under 53.1:\ of grown under lutl Su 1I0 Ilul"1I .1'lIlu\kll. .. ....Lt ti&lll : '
: r.. sugar was produced this JACKSONVILLE :'ZORIDA 11 Si .p.. 'HUI'' UUUIII.\r, .. ,".. .. .Ilmmuurulr'' .. Lv II t\ elm" III N "I' 9G'1 .par. .
in I .
Of this latter number prefer to treat them : way, an 42:! .u. 9 III""p"1' IU41.w' 'r lSev.Il ... Lv lIa', .. 1131.11. I33IiulaU : .
'? these licenses. ''' In UT.w A' ISS'pn"' '
1311' tS
: fruit. J 10'11I ....Lv 111II. iiraaa
issued for the collettion extra care makes extra '", ICT pm. II/punAr .ttel.runeprmgr. '" ... Lv 11111&.. t1 re are IJU:: am46upm 1
:"J; ; 508 were land I is plenty, and 33 .III 4 24 pun Uuo\I"Ar\ ncrwwr't....... ......_ ..... JO".uo.... .... ... 'I
euibrac- Good pineapple ........ \\1110 Art I.el.ullo (.Ar ,.... .. .r', I
r" : '. district of Louisiana, ..... pm nrl..nJ. ,.....-?. II JO.IP .. t :{. ...
", and much cheaper( ) than has been for several .............. H 6U,pm' 11801 &111, .I.rJ\r .(lruugUWtyJunrnua.Lr. Su4xw.. 103Uxw .. ,..I., c.., ,
of Mississippi 'HI.lU". \ "'
10Uew" '
States 1116.,11 .
: lug Urn 1I1I1..r.l. L. 1 eu.w IJ -,
,_; ( : t. one license for years in these parts. Once F. JOYNER _a_UnNU _!_!j!" -I uu I"' Ar .. .... .. .L. ............ .ua.w.. ,
.
Louisiana, with only 1J -- .............. Ar .t.lIl"r..r. ?
J. ; they will fruit from the same : ............ t 61111''" l'IIII"lId., .... ..Ly ". '.".",.I : .e
<- 13 were issued) for the planted ..... .'....'!.irtlUpia_ = .yr .. ..... ..-_..-.-...-.11 /ui 11IO
Mississippi ...
,:::f : ; of'1'exli",8nd roots for three to fivi. years. The .-......,..... I 7 .............. .h ". .. _1".1.. II.. ... ... L.LY ...!.t45 ..... I 4
district uur" ........ ....
,.t .. third collection ............ t 7 :!'' .Ar. -' '- ,
.. ......... 114'oJ .
from 2tf 2.r .... ;
_
.
.. lluwibunu' I
!
: I
runs FOR-
cost of plants) --
," the collection district of first .............. 4 od 1 pili III au.m A' .. ..IL'. ......... / "nU a" ,' ,
; : } : 12 for cents to 25 cents euch, according to ........ ..... 6oo"IO +1255 ," U) .U"lhl."vlll;ll.II.'IlU.' ,'. ? ............-... )iWut': ; S.n. .
Florida, .. SO'' .pin" till>sir a','IL' ..Ik..lu.. Ar... ., ... .. 11'11' nn, ... 'It '" u' '' .
variety. BIoII 'Wu t 5 Uf' pu" Ar .. .. ; j', .11" ; \
total quantity of cane sugar: .-18 ,,'" t Ar" .1.1.11'1/+ .
The the said fiscal year. The 'cultivation is hardly to be THE GLOBE GAS ENGINE < I'uS.' ..... t .54"1". A" I'ewlwton. ....._. J.\I I.. +
I _
produced during: a43 piot, !6.k..4.!:. '-
officially considered, as a scuffle hoeing or a :: = Soi Ar ,..rl.n" &L' II '"
was II U pu .
so far as the same 611,156,922\) little weed-pulling: i Is about tall that isrequired. "wa'1... l SIt 1'1"1. .5411 I'IIIAr ,U..r.. br."w..tr1..... ..tll..eliou 1 I.J.. I pIL. -
wei-hed, amounted to "U.w 161 111'r I.y I '
1'.u11'''
does And their Launches 4i.paAr
poundswere The }pi"eappl crop Sutu. It U Ill1rt.o; Ar
--
poundsofwhich597.969U5 '7U'x.>i' i70yw: I.v
the ,
with L PN
produced in the collection district not interfere! all orange lit 11II nntr4UpmAr, PII.U..rl.ArU.'I .. Lt 4
it comes along after tie OO) "I'"I"PIII' IF. -
as
11,882,852: crop
of Louisiana,

pounds, m in the third rt orl'Iice collection, ." ,*dis-.i ra orange TbcTtlnn crop of is, laid piilir1M, by. PP11 itiv to> I ( om,1etre, 1 KeadV FOTT T/se/



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r. G THE TROPICAL!) SUN: THURSDAY, 'DEOEMBER 6 l ls 4. --""

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-. S. GRAHAM C. C. CIIILLiNGWOyat.Law\ :: !
K the opinion that she will\ soon go to tilation a* to the object of the Investigation GEO. M ROBBiNS WALTER Law.
tic Crogienl; Sun. pieces. ; hnS been Indulged in. It I Is now !/ Jt1'J Attorneyat-Ltw{ Attorneyat-

The work of dredging near the chaw believed that It Is but a preliminaryStep J/WlllMft

of the bridge of the J St. A & I. R. In this enterprise. OhuhinOrth1
railroad over the St. Lucie River, has ThemOvementhadIts origin Florida Robbins Graham & 0

been stopped, and it Is not known but It I Is backed by prominent ,

t JUNO, DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. when it will bi resumed. The dredgehas capitalists of Philadelphia, and those 'J, ,
been at work lor some time, and who are in a position to know claim\ (Incorporated 1892.\\

the price agreed upon between the that there ample! capital behind the Real Estate
owners and the railroad company was scheme, and that It will not prove'fl.n Law Loans and -
.9WoSt ( ,
fltci &ar
.: GUY I. MET CALF While there ]ctySt' A :
f f 75 per day until the work was com air castle by any means.

:. :: '.' Editor and Publisher day plated, and The as it owners was! refused asked they for f struck too per, are the vast southern fields of portion rich muck of lands the Slate lyingIn JKsol\< ( .JiUG\1S"HE We Have for Sale a large list of carefully! selected I

,. -.. and refuse to work until the company yet it Is well known that the area of Dade County Properties.
Also at Palm Beach In Hit Rotunda of the '
,
t- agrees to their demands. As neither available muck land that which is
,;. + YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2 party I Is likely to give in, it Is evident susceptible of reclamation, is rially Haunt Poineiana 1-t1-9& MONEY. TO LOAN! In sums to suu.Abstracts .
I that the work will\ I,stopped permanently. limited. In fact, the demands of the Always on hand, at ten per cent.,

It Is absolutely necessary for country would justify the cultivation of notice.
the: draw to he dredged out, as large every available acre to-day of Title famished upon short
boats are compelled to use this waterway The productiveness of these! lands Is i lookIng .
and with a small amount of waterit marvellous and the range of crops Ilf Send for our Descriptive List of Dade County Lands. If you are

? IeTRQPllI\L' is Impossl le The workmen of the which can be profitably grown noon % nop1 for Bargains there Is something! in it you rill want.

r 1 dredge are loitering around West Jupiter them has not yet been determined. V1iqJe 2-1-9
and are getting/ tired of it, as their Shrewd men have been looking forward JUNO. : : DADE COUNTY s : FLORIDA.
.
I11 pay has been stopped and their expen to a settlement of financial problems :"' .. ---
,i : ses are increasing./ and a restoration of confidence -- -- -

: ", U fjfJJ\JHAVp' HI .!. Witt HUNT FOR PEER as a proper time to move on this Inviting F WILLIAMS SON & CO.
''f. I Stock
,..": Senator Hill is still at the Hotel field., That and this time new is movement surely approaching I is North Florida leads .In Producing the Finest Nursery

: Royal Poinciana, and appears to hI'! of the first be in Onlf! Covet Countl' Now varietlea that
} one to inaugurated For the Wholo ROl1th. nail F..perIIl1l1 for the .
,. 11.1. which glvel '
: enjoying himself immensely. Nearly); Florida. Its importance will be recognized profuse well, end old varieties" that have proven A.l1rre. are lnel"tlell In our
i .t ''I al utgRljutl nil of the prominent people of the by every man who has kept himself China, you a chance to experiment for yonrsolf" or only i plant l tested varieties
place have called on him and his par. informed of the resources of the
1 ty, and the Senator appears to be in :ATE LEADAmlofl'er :
State.-Orlando Cor. in Jacksonville!
good spirits. It Is probable that he Citizen. Crockery, thn 'Insert lint mi.l mo.t complete collection everi..fI'erell by nny one N"J'IIery..f
,
will goon a hunt to-morrow as the -- '-' Penohon..Inpim" I'lnm Hewlmmonii. lirnnnm. Figs\ ". Mulberries, Southern AApilmt. ", Peare,
j gala Ai Inns lhat are carried by the party Tinware, ., Prunes, l'e.-nn' .. Wnl.ints, riintinitn. Almond.. lUnly O"An.o. anot' t"'lIIono,rarlo-Orna.
M>ll Worth the iIflrrricn..eb least ,,of which we haveorer 711
t 'fot. look and the natives here me t"l' Trees, Vines,Shrn'w cte., and Mm lint line RIMJS
suspicious! Onr new nntalognedesrribineitdetail "
kll1lo"rnflollllllIIIIIIhl'd.
and moot
ties nil nal-dnor grow ,,
-- -- read
are of the opinion that the Senator is Glassware.HOTEL KrnIM and Itom-s xiiltnlilfl now !
every kind Hii.l variety of "tVl1TlKl5kMit"nd ?
t anxious! to carry back to New York It may not be considered fair to estimate will Iw mailed. free on apullcntiim. POMONA .:: .: '8.8O.6mo. Wholesale
.. with him a large buck skin and a pairof the value of the land in the Rod l Itctttll.

antlers, Should the pUtty take II different states and territories lu pro. W. D. GRIFFING, Prop.M .
.J notion to go' gunning they will have all! portion" to cost of the same when acquired SUPPLIES, .

the sport they want, as the woods In by the United States Government u,;clenny, Baker Co. Fla.

neighborhood! : abound in game. but in looking Into some statistics I, FIRECRACKERS
i The Flakier Alert Fire Department of bygone days! we find when

r l v >;4'a met last night at the hall over niytb & the Government bought the territoryof

? i r Papworlh's There was a full attend. Florida from Spain in 1819 for t5,- Just rcrclvcil 100 cases.nsrortcd toyerdoll' .
Ance, and the present situation WitS 000,000 it was on a basis of seventeen ., WIl O"., vtn
freely discussed\ No definite action and one.half cents per acre while in Mend fur miu of our li, 10, 43. (0 or KO ----U' TO---
s uns will! be taken until Mr. be when California dollar asMiittnont. of chrintnins: novel ;
ktiit\ Flagler can 1848 was acquiredfrom .
o 'RJNrI ties, toys, dolls' ) vnnes, ole.
pen. He Is expected to arrive hert Mexico, it was on a basis of four Write I for pricoe.on: Tin, Glnaa or
on ;lIId y"fterno ll; and as soon as' and one-half cents per acre. lu other Crorkerj.In '.
he is seen by the members! the will words the Government paid nearly our. Retail Pepirtmont woofer TWELL'SIFO
&
GALE
sni'U") bnrKnlns.AnminlH
organire fully and decide on steps font limes as much per acre for Florida some Cheek ('"'.. Alnrm Clwlis for
1 neCl's'lItIn* perfecting pemauent as was paid for California. Furthermore I me; sell nlwwhero. from f 1.00 In'1.60.
It CoiiiiuliKiitiiifirs' I'rorvedln,,". organization. when one takes into consideration Our HenlingHtoxvs, IIIr'< (10, will
..... give as nincli heat na any 41200! Stove
-- --- All of the large limbers for the completion the purchasing power of a dol. undo, :R-

t' JUNO Fl.A, Dec of the ways have been re lar in 1819 as compared with 1848 it Ilnnnlnjt Lninps, full site, for |:18t!)
f I. 9f ceived and were floated down to will be readily conceded that the and nimnrdn.Mrkln ALL KINDS.
The Board of County Coiiiiiilisinners l'IIIIClllto"be.tcr Style Lamps GARDEN SEEPS OF
Poverty Island yesterday, A new United Stales Government consideredone
met this (lay; present, N.V.. Till', for f 1.78
s?'. chnirinan G.V.. I.ninli.irt, H 15 gang of carpenters has arrived from acre of Florida land worth more Kull sire i ExpressVnuo", with Iron
,; ; Jacksonville, and the work will he than lour acres In California, and in nxli) for 7&.-; north H.fiO. Just Received A Full Line.
.;; .Sewall S. A. Ilelrher, L I,. Dod/e/ I Write to us Wo wart your trade.
pushed estimation this is the
at to about
z" I Sheriff, mid A. V. juiuiby, Clerk. once completion.Westl'ahu our just
r. Beach Cor. in Jacksonville CitizenSdinol relative value of the land In the two
The
minutes of
read and approved.J last ineetiiix/ were ._, states, taken as a whole, based<<: on the F, WILLIAMS, SON & CO. AND REMEMBER IN THESE HARD TIMES \

I \ anted. T.bond 2eijler. to and own Geo.and curry Jones. n pres.\Vin- Iowa off Muriila. therefrom net income by which a proper may and lie indigent derived 105: and :117 H. Bay St., YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY

1' chester otl.er rife bond system of cultivation. GOODSOF
: or repeating ; -- --- BUYING YOUR
i way approved and license issued And yet prospective settlers have been JacKMuivllle. .
The white race In this Stale carries rushing lo California in to US.
2 ; response
.
Oeo 1 M.icdonald
presented a bond
double burden, to."it, the education alluring circulars from speculators and H'archonaea, it Oaenn Kt.6Ot .
F, i as County Surveyor with the followingurelie / i .
; / of both races. This enforced burden .
others, and paying for land fully lour /
i !!: Kininrl 1 Rhodes, $250Vm.; -\
creates a tendency the part ol taxpayers
Limes as much as would be asked: for n.
,; 125\M ;f\lettalr.Win T.#750 rent; ,Win.$250. N.The Woods bond of the dominant race to hedge the same character of land in Florida. Goods Delivered to All Parts of the Lake, Free.
school
the about with
I system guarantees / Now if one acre in Florida is worthFourUmes
was approved. and restrictions. in order I
to
,
; prevent as much as an acre in California
}I '.' K C. Harrington: presented bond the abuse of that system by a de.
all other things being equal,
\
as Justice of the Peace for District No For Sale : .
pendent race. REMEMBER ONE PRICE AND THAT PRICE
and -
the settler is asked four times as "
with
the
sureties .
following W.
3 : J
One of these restrictions that often
tt Smith Jtjso; J. G. iTuilt $250. The proves irksome is the statutory provis much for the California acre as the _. ALWAYS TilE LOWEST '1
bond Florida acre would cost him it seems
:iJ was approved.
,
W. D. ion that no person can be employed asa to us there is but little room for doubt Three-quarterof a mile front on Lake '
presented bond
? Albury n ns ,
Justice of the Peace for District No. 4, normal teacher school who and has passed not attended an examination the as to which direction intelligent settlers Worth, just two miles South of West
should
with the following: sureties: W J. in the county in which the schoolis take. Palm Beach the coming city of the
\ We therefore oft repeatedcall
repeat our
bond Shone, f 250; Chas. Peacock,$350. The situated which U to be laught. This "Come South young mAn ; come East Coast being lot 4 of Sec 34, T. 43;
was approved.
1 M,4 L. J,. Dodge/ presented a bond as provision frequently works no little to Florida and sctlle."-Haritta l'cls. S R. 43 E., and lots I and 2 of Sec. ;3.
injury to scholars depriving
many bv ._
Sheriff of Dade County in the sum of tbe'mof competent instructors.: It is ---- --- T. 44 S., R. 43 K., aud containing 144 74 GALE & OTWELL

I I a fj.ooo, wilh the following sureties: the case today that Bradford county, The cold wealher experienced by for acres. This land has an exceptionally ,
1'\I Harry Slices t ,$400; W. H. l'ukln.l oo; with its sixty schools stands absolutely North last week did not reach Florida, fine lake front. If you are looking fora '
I C. C. Haij-ht' j 5400< ; B M. Brelhford.Jloo and the I here
In need of twenty more teachers piin- temperature was pleasant home you'cajnot afford to let this MANGONIA FLORIDA.
; ; U. D. Htndrickson, 1.J0I.1. The cipally assistants, who clnnot be found though we bad plenty of rain. ,
bond was approved. if the county. It Is said that Alachua One result of the cold snap that opportunity slip by. As a speculation

The following, communication was county has deficiency 01 even a larger walked over the country was the increased -' the purchaser can cut this tract into

a read and ordered filed: number-about twenty-five. Perhaps number of people who sought lots and double his money. Title per.

Palm Beach Fla., Nov. 30 1894. teachers enough could be foun'1 in each the genial climate of Florida. x. feet. Price $100.00 per acre. Nothingelse

To the Honorable hoard of County county to teach its respective schools if In the vicinity at this figure. Wilt U. D. HENDEIOKSONDEALER
Commissioners of Dade Comly1a .- the entire population was canvassed. JOB PRINTING. ,
. I GENTtKMEN have found it neces Hut Ibis is not practicable and the accept one-half cash, balance on mortgage xN-

M sary to cut a ditch across the County result is thai dozens "f schools struggle Send TUE TKOPIOAL :SUN a trial order for one and two years. Address

road, in Sec. 16, S R along with only one teacher where or call GENERAL MERCHANDISE. I>
Tp. 42 43 15\ there should be two or three and for job woik.' We have a comletejol upon.ROBBINS. .
R Bade County, Fla for the of GRAHAM
purpose & CHxu ING WORTH
t others go without instruction altogether ) office, good stock latest
draining / ,
of
a large tract
low wet land
.. because the 2lf Juno, Fla. i Lake Worth Fla.
lying behind said section ; said ditch simply handful of acesof typt-H, competent workmenand ,
voung men or women who could do the
running through' own land. I have '
my
service live few ) our prices are as low as consistent 'j'
t' constructed a good: bridge acro said happen to a rods or a SPECIAL ATTENTION i
,f ditch, and humbly petition your honorable mile or two too far down the road beyond with good! material and work. II you want a loan on Dade County

body to accept said bridge as the county line. The young manship. Letter heads, statements real estate, address or call upon Robbins GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS
;
: woman that lives 1 this side of the blazed '
; county properly, and to be maintained ; Graham & Chilliugworlh, .Juno, .
by the COIII'ly. Yourst! truly pine tree may not be competent bill heuilri, envelopes, shipping Fla. 10 a '

15.; N. DIMICK. arithmetic and may make shipwreck of tags, visiting cards, folders in all tho aGOODS
Moved and carried that said bridge English grammar at every sentence, '
be and declared yet she must teach the school, or pie- a tent lertiirtiH, and pouters.
,1 County
L accepted prop. tend to at least whilelhe: other young AND

t+ erty.H.. W. Merrill manager: prevented a woman who is every way qualified to -- It'I
?Ib petition to the Board praying/ that a do good service, can not be employed -+ : p':;:+:..t$_ .' 9::. ; ;. .: : .' PRICES i
permit be issued to the Tax Collector because she lives the other side of the ;o'; X GUARANTEED
blazed pine tree. RECEIVER'S
directing him to issue a license to slid ,
H. W. Merrill Again the law provides that there -* West Palm Beach a a
"Y manager' to sell spirituous shall be two stated examinations Dec. 6, $ 14
wines and per
malt liquors in Election -OWNERm'- .
District No. :2 ; said petition being year but that in an emergency, a
., i signed' by a majority of the registered/ the special examination may be held by :a: BURKHARDTS. : SALE sciiooNKRS "MARY B." AND, "EMTT.V B." .
County Superintendent But in 1
(i voters of said district. The permit was
issued as prayed for. some of the vast counties of Florida -PLYING BETWEEN 1
that official may live fifty miles awav a. -- At WEST PALM BEACH.
Geo. W. Laiuhart reported that he : : Lake Worth and Jacksonville.ALSO
through the piney woods so that it is .
was corresponding with parties in regard
to vault lor records and would a him matter of great difficulty to bring ;0': "SWEETEST. NUT XJV ; OF-< 9-1-93

be able to report at the next meetin and an applicant together in case "
LARGI5 STOCK OF
1 "LAKE
of the sickness or disability of the SIMMER WORTH
The Clerk was ordered to write to V. : HAS SOUREST RIND Xjjj ,
I.. White to have the teacher. No certificate of the second DAILY Between
Little Arch Creek covered corduroying wilh sufficient at or third grade from another county' ,J., Making Trips JUNO and PALM BEACH.GEO. .
a
amount of sand to make it safe can be recognized unless it has the i I Was' the way Shakespeare 't t Dry Goods, .

and )passable: and to have sand placed in approval of the County Superintendent I a'put it. How applicable to Qjj. ; \V. LAI.MIAUT. GEO. W. POTTER
which the school is situated. In Clothing
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all .
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over bog :y places.L. +
.
L Podge was ordered to build a other words the officials of every ; our store, with Its rough, ';, ;fr

suitable kitchen for cooking for the county In Florida are forced by this a' uncouth exterior, giving no f\ Shoes, Hats, LAINHART & POTTER,
I County Jail. clumsy cast-irou law to declare by' *

The following bills were presented their actious that the officials of every; .J U., hint of the good things 1' Cloaks. -)DEALERS is(-
.
. olber county are 1set of ignoramuses *
examined and warrants issued on the t 1 wit II in. ( ;
; General "Fund series D: incompetent to examine aud couiurnfcion ,'; Lumber &
Rough
lieu. It. : ... a person as a teacher. jL .t i'A GENTS' DressedShingles;
I Edalk 'nr UN Inllur.N.VU4 Eddy's New Process ,
\ ,. .. \ .......................>..................* *'' alt' This is protection of home talent ': and FURNISHINGLADIES' I
t Ji. Btfi.,fu,, I' 1 l<, H. 't 111 .. .. ............ .............. 44 HO that it is protection run mad, that it say I COO D G. Lath,
i I*. I". llMiilrlVuV.il, ,1..dIU"... I is :;: St. Louis. chemist .who 1 I 1
I uuil cement ..... ...................... .1'. 0 OO a smalluess and narrowness which is -- -; And All Kinds of ;-
C. A. oiitiriiff, .,ix l I.i mini, fur" juli... 1 50T unworthy of the broad cosmopolitan [boldly ufserts that it is the 1
I A. L. K"o..II..II.lr..lnjf} / fur State of Florida. Such laws BUILDING MATERIALS j
ought to HOARS ._ _
; lull 1 Lust l TOBACCO: ETC.
txriu ta "I".jf8........ OOa ) ) be reformed altogether.-Florida far West Palm Bbach, : : : : Florida. 9 8-P4
J.,' i N.: W. l'ilt. ,'..."'Iy 0.anu.IsYfu.nw .. on flier cad J-'fuil Grower.m W He doesn't ask you to take ; OF THE- J

:' (1.,-' W.' Luinhttrt.lIo'IIUII.... County..CoiiiuilMIIMIIT .-. ._._ I I; V! his word for it :
I : 4 Oi) -- +; but gives fo! I
31. .. Lrwall'uuury. Com.inUMloner0nu DRY GOODS
t,: lulleuitf: H 00 CruM-stala lIallr.."' you a sample to prove it for ; rlOilDa I
,. I J. A. I!'Irlinr. Couuly toiuiiuwiliiueranil -.- '( COMPANY. BRELSFORD BP os
s "' ... ( 24: *** al yourself. Our house is the k iI i
\. ) W. H. I'arkui." uuppll.a| | for Jnll. a SOlo The details of a movement of much { I,
r 1 A. F.. and Qilliuby.bluukii C..rk..1. fur 1'II'Culll'ourt.CuiiiinboliinIT ... .tr; importance to the State Honda will <>, only place en this Luke that >: At WEST PAUl BEACH. Near Royal Poinciana Hotel.

be given to the public within the next ;a'' has the Starch. Call and

Total.........................................lisa' s. few. days. This movement is the initial > sooosMust
.. The Board adjourned to meet Janu step toward the building of a liue ol( V get; a sample of it. Laundry > BE SOLD IN 160 Days y yNever A Full Line of Dry Goods Shoes Hats

ary 3rd, 1895. A. F. QUMBY railroad from some point on Indian .! people who ought; to be V'' 1 !
Clerk Board County Coui'rs. River at or near Rock ledge, across the ,
t peninsula to Charlotte Harbor. The *, judges o( Starch say that it ;>: '
... . : Ladies Shirt Waists
;
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tL route will be through large bodies ol 'V' i ill the best they ever used. W' main! will you buy Japanese: Rugs,

.. ', Slat Falui !>,,,<'li U....... fertile muck land, and will insure the btuB 110 dll'8p[ us now Mens Furnishing Goods
;
"' -...- improvement of the lauds and the .,a. Put up io 1-pouad pack. :fi:: at thisReceiver's
development o(a vast region which U Notions etc.
It is reported that a large American at present almost uninhabited. "i//" ages ; 10 cts a package J.1 fa .

schooner has gone atrrouud at a point Articles of incorporation will be filed '*> : Sale.At GOODS NEW AND PRICES '

V f R 1, near Jupiter Inlet, and is slowly going with the Secretary of Florida during .';....! -- RIGHT :
to pieces. The ship went aground the next week and it is believed that ALSO HARDWARE. (UEEXSWARE! i

some time during Wednesday night, some active work will be done early | WEST ALM>> BEACH. 110.\1' GOODS
BURKHARDT
I 4 .-, caused probably by the captain i.ot in 1895. The route is about 150 miles | EROS j AND 'ISUlXG TACKLE. 1

t t knowing the coast thoroughly. No in leugtu.( It is known that parties CHAS. MARKS, Fancy Family Groceries A .
SPECIALTY
l one has as yet come ashore from the have been engaged in an examination :
wreck and therefore it is not known j o f a portion of the county through; Clematis Ais. West Beach, f la. 1l.29.p Receiver. Free Delivery Anywhere on the Lake.

i what her name is or where she is which such a route must run during : ; : : j Agents for the Aetna Fire :.

))1 bound. If she is not floated soou, it is the past mouth or two, aud much spec a ; -.... Insurance Co
t-.. .. "-6-94 :PALM: BEACH
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