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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: February 8, 1895
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
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'SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH is THE NOBLEST OCCUPATION OF MAN; ITS PUBLICATION A DUTY./" ):: '

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e awee"sfrr.niew. :; us; 't:'; 1.t.jn\ : :':;, WEST PALM BEACH, DADE COUNrayi FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 7, 1895. VOL.: VIII, NO. 51.

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ii COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. lumber, the Oliver was pumped H11t AND THERE.. pl Possibly; our freeze will do 'ROUNDABOUT US. lug at the residence of George A. Gale

-2= ... and the dredge was afloat again. oUi'1 -.- ,1 similar tiling for.the orange InsecU.Mr ,__e_ .langonm. Extensive preparationsare '
being made for the occasion. '
:Interesting Items Gathered by our Scribe Sunday.-Sun rose 57 minutes to Scraps of News About This .and Thai an<1l\frs. it..M. i'laglet! and par- Newsy Notes Concerning People and The proceeds of this entertainment I "

Throughout the County. -- and Different Things. ly returned from ,St. Augustine Satitr' affairs In this Vicinity Are to 'be devoted to the purchase of "
The "Oliver" has been hauled out day' They were attendants at the Lake s
.... -.. __e_ new instiiimenis for the Band
-- ..- on the ways for painting and a new Anderson Smithurst wedding at St.: Lovers of music will\ be glad to n-si't t. : i
pump. The "Julia Francis" Is doing M. Four hundred and thirty-eight people Augustine thW"ti. 59th. 'A. W. Jackson has resigned his position III such a laudable undertaking .

Tr JWO-, B. Lj man's freight business were guests of the Royal !'ou clans as book-keeper for Gale & Among other attractive features v il' ... ;. ;

over Sunday. : : .Warden,. Henry' Warden, Otwell, __,_ he a "New England& Kitchen" where ;. I' ,
rota ; THE Sirjf 1 shines at Juno-some- hash been shelved. Samuel iodine it nd F. J. Robinson .
rel/lllp -
f Hr/ ) The mystery Win. N. Woods has returned toBny quaint matrons' will serve a !
lime* ; / prominent Philadelphia gentlemen, sincelire J
The Lantana myslerv-as mystery-- rat Lennon Ins ripe tomatoes! New England dinner on tables! Ki t
no longer exists". The cat is out of the Iliscayne after a sojourn of several were visitors! to the Lake this week. freeze, which speaks well, for the with real! home spun linen ,
Dr. S. B. Bell returned to Juno Wed. has days in this end of the County They arrived in Mr. Parrolt's private Lake will J .
bag. The .Citizen correspondent Country._ The Midway Plaisnnce he ii |I"" ,.
; nesday. ___ __ cut the string that confined the feline A row of new street gas! lamps! adorn car."" need in a street of Cairo, in ahicwill 'I'

and closed the lips of the mysterious the walk along the Lake side in front W. B, Lewis, the drayman, is erectng be seen an oriental wedding pn
.bur old friend tnnlan frlsheh says : strangers. 1 doh't think Mr. Bassctt of the Royal I'oiuclaua grounds.It An)tlem on tbl!!, page was in error a residence ou the corner of Olive cession-thirteen people In brilliant
My pineapple farm is all tl\tbll'\ | wants all of It. He might/ divide! with last week In stating that Cap Clow and Datura streets! oslunies ; swordsmen's combat tarnotirlne ,

r damage done to speak of. Mr. Merrill. Methougbt It w'as a Cage B.Myersand W. t. Wtdemeyer ladjtcnted and would occupy the and cymbal girls, oriental mtiIctans !
for herons and hoopers suspicioned are now installed In the office of the liclsford brach cottage. He informs G. W. Mner was elected town treas. etc. .,
The steamer Lake Worth moved It was the steeple of a Baptist church East Coast Line at West Palm Beach us tl'M he is located at the Poinciaua nrer l last night by the town council, viceD. Those who love New England and I' .

family and furniture of W. II. Jenkins with a font in the basement. I allowedit for ibe; } season. R. lugersolt, resigned. those who know nothing of that dear .
t' to West Palm Beach Monday. was a combined hat rack and pants Henry Maddock is building a seawall ( old section will be delighted with the
stretcher for the Garnett Bros.! "We on his Duck's Nest lake front J, Swtng Miller, of Columbus! Ohio, The Hotel orchestra will\ play at theavillion entertainment, and those who h'\d the fA
There and Dwight A. Allen has the work iu by the sea at 11 o'clock Mon. fortune be the World's Fair will .
are rumors of a cigar sometimes think" was a (derrick a regular winter \lsitor to the Lake, is to at
.
J i to work ten or twelve!: nand. Cone that Some Standard Oil derricktorswere char e. ______ at the Riviera Hotel this! season.Tuesday days. Wednesdays and Fridays, heiefter. deeply appreciate the beauty and nc'I

dlohgi. you'coilld: ; not,lid better, aftef Inore bil. Mellihuk u was a he captured from the hotel ___ curacy of costume! reproduced iu the "
gallows to hang Florida liars on, but W. B. N'icllols and wife, of Cocoanut lock( a 9lb. blue fish, ns gamey a one "Street of Cairo." 1
{ The schooner "Siren" made another those two captains who claim to he the (rove were du the Lake yesterday, as ever wore fins. Mr. Miller I is quite The extension of the freight depotIs Everybody cordially' invited to P'I

14r Iripj Saturday', with more lumber for three champions of the Coast can live en route to their Northern lloute in all enthusiast ( expert as an angler. about completed and will soon be ttend.

Sheriff Dodge's new residence. till necks tweak. guessed/ it was a oulh Hcultleii, Couu.The"FlaglerAlerts". ready fur occupancy. H is about too ---. .-.-. .
monument on the dividing line between Frank;: tioe w ill 1('. president of lie feet in length, j
m 'r Schoolmaster Lee of West Jupiter I hurl'll Hnnat.
,
held their first
South Lantana and West Hypoluxo Stamford Dfttiifiilor publishing company ,
came down on a visit to his old friends I and that they were going to place a iceliiig in Council Hall last night.( of New York and Chicago! has! West PaInt Beach has been made a __e.-

and pupils Sunday, aud was very lie size putty statue of O. M B upon They have secured this! hall fur their been enjoving/ the attractions and II'ncy order office and Postmaster J. C. On Friday evening February 8th,

"": warmly received. the apex, where in grim and a" ful majesty regular meetings until they can get a ports of the Lake region for a few Siowcrs has forwarded 'on the required at the Congregational( Church West

he would guard against! the appropriation building of Iheir own weeks past. Mr. Kocwliiff is at the $6ooobond. side, a social will be given the proceeds
r There is only,one Liltle Lake Worth of any more Lalltnoa territory. --- head of the concern with which our 110 go towards cancelling the church
y, and tb:1qo'aQ: no" If you want to see Mrs Filer, of Salt Lake City, Mrs! W. ComMock will consist
I knew it was not the tower of fellow citizen J. was C O. Birth returned last week from debt. The evening's program -
tr a sight just sail on Its waters-that is babble, for the builders!! answered tuholx, of White Pigeon Mich., and brmcrlv connected ns treasurer. trip to the Bay. on the "Clara Pierce". of music and tableau. Oysters cake

1t if the fish .. tllie\ you. ; '. "never mote" It might have beenPnrkhuisl'a Mrs. Kvett, of Chicngo.nre three ladies ...i < --c. ,:".'-., v >7ivvundreds lie a reports l a rough: trip oue way but a and coffee will be served. All are wel '- :1
: its who are occupying the old Dimick cot- ,.II of TUB SUN'S readers aui Come '
,,,, The Dutch: '1t is *rnmored monument, stuck on pleasant voyage withal. come.
, so are
;.' tale for the season. he interested in. the annuulI'cmentjust .__
the N. Y. police. _
Cuba to -
to escape e.
I -
about to invade Let them way (
> Juno. conic, - made of the approaching marriage of
call Tuesday
i't' ;, they are good. clever people, and will But, (raved DIY thinking that my cap germ is of so grey worn matter a..dI'm Capt. n. B. Shaw Supt. and Capt. C. lames Mcl-'arlane one of the best ,-from, TUB Misses SUN Maude received O. a Lcfliugwell and JUPITER JOTTINGS.

.
\I" .fe ehC.Jl.hutt'.ecowe.! V Abbey. luspectorsofthe'Life'Savl! residents of Lake Worth latfof
will be illy protected from the known ;'\iiuelte Slum pC. two of Maugouia's( -.-
ii: the Lake this'
inK Service were on '45nlh House South Wales! and
,
Cant. Frank W..Hall l paid the County Sun and steel And that reminds week, on their inspection tour of theroadtclewa "llzabeth. daughter of charming: daughters. The Indians: brought In a panther, ,
_-.-' Seat ,,*_'eek. merit 18 reported thai li 1'. will Import tlf: *" [ younger/
: yTieihj :; The captaioMidn -1- *
eitentive nline ownerand his beautiful some Jersey stock to mix with uud ..t lio"... )':inVg :imes1, Esq J. P.- ol Latnteston, '; W. D. Scott, deputy U. S, Marshal lain the other day, measuring: seveneel t
oxburyt.hire Scotland and Leg |: from nose t .,
I'' It will called Field's. kit town this morning <
country seat Is al tahlonega, G.t. our natives. be of Jacksonville, -
K N. Dimick has received Yauxbulets, r.nf'tnsnlan TUB i.
Blend. Capt. with W. H Jenkins in cust dyeharged| About forty Indians are in canio a "t
_. word lhai hU birtier-in-law, Wui. II. SUN joins in the sincere felicitations ,
Capt. \V. T. Jones, of the steamer St. -- --e.11 with selling liquors without! a govern- lew wiles up the Loxahatchee. This a .

,Augustine is spoken of. as a kind and "...' Have a llano Itnll Tram. toys( of Constantine, Mich, will\ ar-. offered Mr. McFarUne by his many nenl license.! Geo. Zapf and 15. Petersoifare evidently means a general drive for t,
the tram for aCe\ lends.
tourteous gentleman, and his able rive on evening jf his bondsmen. '
fcrew-are: ready and wilting to oblige at -....- weeks visit with him. Mrs. Hoys is a Sts "to t"a y.p.r- -' Maid -.... game. I

$llltiuie.. J isler of Mrs. Dinnck. Dr. B. W. Chase left Friday with" lis a hotel guests in the hearing 01{
"
. _j "Billy" Taylor, the famous base ballplayer the other day "This place Mrs. C. H. Birkuer left for Jackson-
The
north. reporter
further onr
' wife for
points
is in town. In speaking of Mrs. W. S. Clow of Pittsburgh accompanied with the slue nearest perfeclion ol any place !I villeon Thursday morning last where'd_ i
r Albert II. Terhune, ol New York baseball\ Mr. Taylor said that no bel by her daughter, Miss Doctor WAS much impressed and Its wonderful have found in twenty years travel In !he will spend a month or more with
" City was here on business. This ter grounds in the country existed Nellie Is expelled to reach their win- beauty of our country this and other lands." The above relatives.

gentleman It will\ be remembered, trail those east of the Hotel Royal ter home "Windella Plantation," to possibilities lie was particularly of sentiment is voiced by hundreds of I

made purchase, of land near the Inlet 1'oinciaua, providing they wer laid fight Mr. Clow will follow in a few struck with the industry.great proportions Very few visitors who come here. Mr Rice has so far recovered from
the
" last year. out properly. He says that Jackson weeks. pineapple _. / his injuries caused by his fall n* to
of the industry
know the extent
ville has an excellent team and if it people Florida The !schooner "Pearl" came in the leave Sunday last for Titusville. 1\1 rs.
ill. Florida. The truth is, pro
There are maty visitors from various will be possible he will endeavor to Dr F. A. Ilonghton of Columbus, duces the bulk of "pines" consumed Lake last night from Bay Biscay ne with Rice will accompany him on his return I

; points on the Lake every day, some make a match between that team and O., who has been at Daytona for quite by great the market a"l :of this :Mrs Will 1'. McCorunck, and Miss home Saturday or Sunday.
foe the pleasure of the sail others on one from here. awhile, was on the Lake greeting( old seCtionj! ) of the Maud Earnest aboard as passengers( .
business.! The two hours at Juno seem "The National League teams will begin friends of whom he has! many here, supply, probably no proportion The "I'carl"left the Lake for the Bay; on Two harmonious meetings of the
claim I/rCLt'l\
to be enjoyed by all.\ to come down by next season and and left on this morning's State can U /: Sunday last. To.ulorrowafternoon she Ft. Jupiter military reservation were

if+ they once come here and have good resterdav train lie will return for a few weeks as the'lower past Coast. will leave again for the Bay, aud expects held on Friday and Saturday last.

? t If you go to Uncle Jimmy Kinsley's grounds, this will certainly he their later in the season. Mr. and Mrs ('.to. Campbell John a fair passenger list. The people seem now to be iu a lair

: ,, garden and see his celery, cabbaee, headquarters," continued Mr. Taylor. Hart,John Douphit l\Iis.esl\lalllle and way to have their claims allowed.Miss .
'" tomatoes, Irish potatoes etc., and There are some good players among AI..x.Smith The weekly meeting of the Ladies'
and Mrs. W. Davis and Mr.Wni. Lenie Douphit W. T. Hardee, J.
Mr. J. held the home of and Mr. Shaw report
.
at Ola Kyle
; ever talk freeze again: you don'tdeserve the employees of the Hotel Royal of the Bay Aid Society was
Cameron
the former from Louis aud John ,
; to live in Dade County. So 1'oinciana and several match games Leighton, Mrs. Wm. Lainhart on Thursday Jan. proRre&lIlu the direction of a library. .
.: there between them are expected to takeplace ville, Ky., and the latter from Chicago, Biscayne Country, lately enjoyed Section a 31st. After the meeting, sewing was In a movement ot this kind time and
are among the familiar faces one meets camp hunt in the New River the order of the remaining hour Next patience are required. It is pleasing
soon. these days beneath the palms on the Leaving Mr. Hart's plpce at Kstapoga, meeting will be held on Wednesday at to know that a number of volumes
k Our very affable and obliging young e East Side. Many of the visitors of they went to New River aud up the in at the home of Mrs. E. C. have alread been donated, thus supplying -
agent, Mr.James Causey i is kept former gathering back there Hilisborough, being gone about ten 2.30 p.
Lurk. are
. daily Comlurlor Iliigbra' years W bite. The Social will be held ou Friday a nucleus to build upon.
busy these days. What wilh the I a alu. ; davs. Miss Dou hit killed a deer Congregational
lu the
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InCtf'aselor; passenger traffic and a Turkey, duels and quail were found in evening Burglars broke lulo the store of T.
" goodly proportion of freight he has not Conductor Henry Bugbec. of the abundance. The trip was made in Church. forcing
West Jupiter
at
'd' Fast Coast Line, was fortunate enaugu I /David Baird and IS- T Field, ol the F. Alderman,
left to himself. canoes-with sails.
time Indian
nsveh door. They acre Oisap-
.:S fish this Beach Company, were up regular open the front
., to catch a zoo-pound Jew Hypoluxo visited The colored people of West Pain
Several Indian \illages were in their search for money, as all
The once festive yo.ing cuss, the sole week. Mr. Bugbee was accompanied the Lake last week on business in the The report a splendid time. Beach are building a new church in pointed had been removed from the draw-
surviving remnant of Juno's TaorlcAi.SUN by W. H. Mclntyre of the Hast CoastLine interest oflheir new hotel or cottagefor parly their settlement of West Palui Beach, cash with small
was trying to relate to me in and Mr. Shaw Kennedy, of Chi winter visitors. Their property is -.- under the auspices of the A. M. E er. They were content and
that he is the catch in indeed delightfully located and they .. 28". quantity of Cutlery, clothing groceries.
; mournful strains how at one cago. This largest Thu t-alin-la"la II.UIil.n l'u l. Society. This church will be .)
tune was THE SDK'S devil, and how he some time, which shows that the fish propose to olfcr inducements to have it _...- feet The frame work is up and church .

,. DOW,feels like Ih eu's new playas described are again beginning to bite and some built up. ,, ____ partly enclosed. There Is already a ,
' by the author-"full\ of 'enl." large catches may be looked for in the ""- The balnitiit pool and paviilioniiuounectiou.with Ro.II'uln.| large sized Baptist church in the same Captain Brock started from this end

near future. Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Hood are the Hotel settlement, which is also used of the line Monday at I o'clock wilblhe
That stately schooner, "Siieu" "\Vhtlllooking through the glass" the happy parents of a welcome little dana: was opened to the public las for colored school purposes. St. Sebastian while Captain
". captain and owner P. Larsen, with said Mr. Bugoee, "we could see hun girl visitor that appeared over two week. It promises to be a very popular Fisher left Titusville about I the same

.' _pave McClardv mate wasat the Juno dreds of fish of every description. The weeks ago and yet the advent rendezvous. ? The young people of the West Side hour with the St. Lode, thus inaugurating /
fJ\V-ck Friday Jast where was put nnboar Jew fi-h, when seen oa the bottom. has been kept so quiet that even the On the first day over 400 people avail. I are preparing to enjoy themselves.A the schedule of da'ly boats for
(\ (be household goods and office looked as if It had not moved from iu keen bC-nl of TH B SUN'S reporter ed themselves of the opportunity of taking pleasant card party look place at the the Indian River during the tourist

- 'fixtures' of the :Cbillingworth family position in ages, it being almost cov failed to discover the iulerelinjtlct a plunge and the daily patronagesince residence of M-s. O. C. Rayuier last season. These elegant boats bare
their home at West has been tremendous.The and also at Mrs overhauled and put in first-class
?, bound for new ('fewith saud. etc. Congratulations are never too late and Thursday evening been .'
.1 Palm Beach.1SheriffDodge's. There have been quite a few of fish. in this case are as sincere as they are officers in charge are very popular Elliolt's tonight These weekly gatherings condition and eterylhingapperlaimng/ (
eruien out lately. Among them was tardy Harry \. Failing: the superintendent will\ continue; a club is iu. be organized to them from the glittering buttons

l'f new house N near Sir Krriuglon, baronet, of England _______ has been iu the bathing businessat the name of which may pps: and handsome new uuilorms of the

.:> completion, and when finished will be Capt. J. B. Clow, of Chicago, and ':/Ainong the vast improvements that Rockaway Beach, L I. assisted for several sibly be the Elite Wbftl! Club. The crew to the carmine hue of the greatpaddlewheels ;
years past. lie is ably by of those present were: Mrs. is a constant delight. \
.
-: a neat roomy and comfortable structuie. otuers. are on around us are the addi names "-.
: -.- going Frank M 'ers, while John G. Reilly is Mrs. Woodall, traveler. But Captain Brock has .
:&,;, As we bare got as far as the lion of about four rooms and the ad > Raymer. Mrs. Elliott I the courting

*it f Sheriff we may as well\ speak of his \V..., taut Ili-arh Water Work. dines of verandas to the house of Mr. the cashier. has been taken to the Misses Butler, Elliott, Lamond, the boat par would excellence do well for to call out .
The jail is clean inside and Maddock, at Lake Worth and Every precaution Pierce, Nokes and Messrs ElUworthi couples who
s.: charges .. Henry
.
C. Crol-
life informa
? of J. t for further
the safely
' Miller, Lindsey, the genial Captain
.4-'S 'cut, the prisoners are well fed, have no the finishing of the second tory of the guarantee hfe-guard. Sanders Armstrong,
as
,," complaints and are kt'ptln good order. Incur reporter's search fur locals betook house of Mr. Arlhur C. Jackson. This lev having been either engaged around the pool Sulzuer aud Thomas. II lion. .
be '
'a: I was nearly forgetting-there was one a walk to the water works of work is beiug done by ContractorHaighl. lie can seen wherever balheis Josiah- Sherman. of
;( or on the beach maybe /On Monday, the great chief of
and situated Lake Richard Croker,
lodger who did make complaint, West Palm Beach on .
<'kt., __ aud his watchful eye relieves timid Sherolau'Sl'oint. brought to THE SUN I Saturday mjupiier.
wall he was not provided'I.J1f.i. This fresh water lake is 15 Tammany spent
the reason Sunset.
t .
ear' Crolley is his
7 fishing schooner Robinson Cruso batons of much ( Mr office a number of turnips pima on covered with a cheap outing
and ha the head
: ; mr. with hot water as a toilet requisitefact. feel higher Ihan' Lake Worth >> several medals for his When the cold I His
of freeze.
since the
o'about feet. Capt. HiM-ock in command with the possessor place and clothed in a while sweater a
depth 15 cap,
a maximum lifeguard\ at had been planted, but .
-.- The water works plant is located on Dr George Kllswotth and party on heroism while serving came the seeds pair of une-dollar overalls aud ru" et
outside Boston resorts. were not up. Since then five weeks but the ferocious -
margin of toe Lake and con hoard experienced a rough trip shoes be looked anything
the east
LiNTANA.Monday. double engine Sunday they being compelled to The pool and paullion is built about ago the turnips have sprouted /grown tiger many imagine him to be.
of 3o-horse-power I
is a
sit and with 8 inch suction remain out all uiibt.| Had it not on the same principle as the Casino at aud reached a maturity of five inches Indeed he impressed the people of Jup-
hen. pumps been fat the excellent manIlKt'nlenof I St. Augustiue The pool is uncovered, in diameter. This Is the average size. clever and ge'n.tl 1
.-Maggie set a and 6 inch discharge. The water her as being a very
pipe of
will) not he in use was raised ou made his
into Iron tank feet the craft by Captain Hiscock. a more I cousequeutly it The vegetable sort of of a fellow. After donning
50
Tuesday.-George wore his tan blip- is in pumped diatneUr by 30 an feet high' hich will eventful time would bate been expeii evenings. The pool is 150 fret IB Uunth laud, the soil used lo tin in being the I newly purchased overalls aud surveying .
end without
the the
In east
in width. ordinary earth on place indic-
and feet smile "
smiles extremities
and sweetest up so
his
pedal
his hair of need,
pens gallons water .'
hold
over 44ucxu while but kind. This is the first
there of
l the depth is 6>i feel we fertilizer any spread over his face
lithe Lake.S1'ednesdayO.. This tank is located ou the ridge lie I Live of auiusenieul
, of in the west en4..! Its produced on the land. Mr.Sherman they
visited feet watf(
THE SUN office was 3 Si crop he remarked: "Suppose
Friday
" the two lakes and I ill only one as .
tares of saltwater load obia
M. B sneezed than the combing of theRO'al bv L. 15 !Munn the hustling president I capacity is U' OliO gallons pure brought in a wagon should get a snapshot at me now -
before breakfast. Its goiug to fnotlo'cr Voinciana. The pressure is 38pounds of the i'boeuU Mills Lumber Company the temperatureofwhich ranges than turnips. He hall an acre or. .taeof. Charlie-for the New York tt arid, eh?" "l

twice I the inch iu the i iI of Titusxille, Florida.: This is Mr. from one to two degrees warmer the planls..tiuu. There was an air of secrecy about the '
to uppermost
_
5quale .
rain ______ of the Hntel. I Munn's\ first visit to Lake Worth. lie the surf thus making it quite pleasant party, which consisted{ Mr. Croker

I Story laid through the was very much charmed with the tower to bather. There are IJ4 dresinjtrooms *uiei t ami Itrnrlll.. auU a grandson, Joe Vendig and fcoi' t}
been .
Hjpo blew her Mains have .iWon is equipp.dsbower ana
Tbun.dav.-The Mr. Munn Informs and the pa known as Charlie r.
Country --
Beach Hut Coast -- a young wan '.
wbisllesytwesaed came to a dead principal streets of West Fal'i baths, hot and cold water who seemed to be .. .
the best of his recollection with man
that to Plalsance another young
etpp etch time.' Moral : Don't' .whistlet ] and The water free from supply mineral is pure or other lam water deleterious I us, July lath. 8jj there was a balh, etc. On the East end of from the Benefit The Lake III to Baud be next Midway Tuesday. i in charge of the launch. The party .jJ.j :'
boiler. 'itl-
balcony
so much'or get utore kubstanccs. The operation of freeze iu the North which killed the pa\illlon i I.* an upper the most entertaining affairs I were loaded for the Bay Biscavne 8;'J' f
One.00be
bathers in _
the turnedbut
Fridayra; 'The wale hi the Lake w.s the plant is in charge of Messrs. H. F wheat crop. It also killed an insect which can be the seen beach beside! a beautiful ever given on the Lake will be eon-J Country but for some reason fishing at this
lo I t t r I' t' '. Maine and L. Dulcher ":ngranl, of which then threatened the extermination pools and on water ol the ducteJ under the auspices of the La 1 / usher a quiet days
mystic
of the back Indian Klrtr.
very of North view
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New York, who keep everything in of wheat as A product dies' Aid /Society algal Tuesday even point and< went up .'
)er ftbgut toe preplhei. hUJeri ". The ipscct gas uun re ape Atlantis, .1 5 .* + W f\H 0 .
load of i PJjl* pie or'> .
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'"'.., sr EQUALIZE THE TAX. and makes his headquarters at 'A REAL ESTATE, AND FIRE INSURANCE. I
FooCIAL'rl'
r : The --- Hsrtow. lie will\ canvass Tampa Vaill's FloatlilgHotelI t A Palm Beach Fla. .I
r W y to Do It |Ie By State thoroughly, and those who wish to ALBERT ROBERT, West ,
Board
1 or Equ1n'tion. ce! the plant and judge of lU Coast Line 1)nck'Vest, 1'alm/ 1.e.cli./ LAKE ''WORTH PROPERTIES. I
'- the side\ of the East
Anchored by !!
f I ; tii, His a "bow of promlne" lgnwlien wonderful fitness for hedge purposes 1-24'tr' A tent for the Inmlsot FLORIDA COA? Ltm CABALA TiumroRTATioH Co. i

,\l the newspapers take up the can call at the Buy Pharmacyon Florida. Rates, f 2 60 per day. HO-.TOH A FLORIDA ATLANTIC Asst LAKH tAWO Co.TRFHT.ytf .

fight> IIglllns the tax lllle cormo, Franklin street at any time- WORTH t traa! Latin TMrHT jl '

s rant and unequal //ll'lIeflmrnlsln' the Tampa Time ) -
ti
the interest of those ._ n -N-- FLORIDA' LOTS AT WEST PALM BEACH.
are
i to heir the l burden of taxation.compelled IT TOOK JUST FOUR DAYS. THE IDYL WILDE'Opens' January Lake Worth Agent for the Liverpool A London A (Globe Ins. Co. .\

.-! hIs proponed that a !elute! hoard .- --- 15lh, 1895.!) NOTARY PUBLIC. 11.24.9'SNYDER'S

of equalization/ lie created l hy law Messrs!! Lyle A Co.; had about fortyflve .

fill would lie more PiUl fJict
I 1 than the present plan of leaving .ituraetlcaliv .;old came and the same land has Indian River, large rooms, bright fires, bet. of beds, hand :
/ to the aflllrllflOr!!, In re-' all been replanted and the plants "ETHEL "
home comfort. Cuisine aspecialty. THE STEAM YACHT ,
J latlon to which you quote Comp "ire up agaiti. This country heats soraely furnished throughout, offering every

I t.:. trailer Kloxhnm as anting, that a". the world as A place to make things Rates, |2,00 per day; special rotes by the week. WANTS YOUU PATRONAGE.

_,_' .'i' eeggment vary In the nereral, coon- mote. On Monday morning after 1.17.3m.. ;MRS.) L. J. WILEY Proprietress.!
ties of the State from 20 to f bO the cold !rfr. Lyle planted cabbage
percent
Y j ,, If yon want us! to deliver somethingIf
on full oiftli tatties. seed and on Friday morning follow.
ill' It the creation of above ROCK LEDGE, FLORIDA The you want; / us to bring you somethingIf !
board ground.
a state/ log they were up '
line
want us to do something in our
of equalization In deemed the best Before planting the seed had been THE PLAZA Plaza Hotel Is located on the highest you

1 tiny to secure uniformity, then II oaked and they germinated and point\ on the famous/ Rock WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE .
''t i were well that the next in'eeljnu "r f were above ground In four days. .
.1. i the legislature enact the requUlte On Monday morning, Dec. 31st, Ledge, surrounded by a beautiful Our headquarters! are at West Palm Bench, -- d.
'. : law to Cuisine and service first-class. Anew But-We'll call on you twice a day.We'll .
I carry thin Idea Into effect' cabbage seed which left Philadelphia thirty-acre bearing oran/te'fo\rol'e./ \ .
\ without I delay.l The nthte idlcer*I per telegraphin order of Mr... house! handsomely furnished. The grandest! Piazzas! In Iho South. run your errands.! .""" '' '

could act. ex-olllcio, us the board ol Lyle were Monday, Jan'y 7, and We'llbringyoursupplies. -
L equalization grow. Accommodations for 300 guests.! Rates, $3 upward per day/ ( Not for our health, ;!"''r,> '. ,
without adding a penny in? in hllljlarden. for eceDhe.nd January, Rooms with 'private bath -: :*h '; it
rates All This
to the Special We Do ] Not for glory, '
i expenses! now paid hi How is this for a hustling, rustling ,. 'J
and ticket office In hotel. But for little cash -* *;
the people, for Its practical 'ppli'cation. : country?-Bartow Informant, en suite. Telegraph f a

S. H. PECK, Owner and Propiletor.SEmifiOLiE .
,
------
Kverv; tax paver In (Florida would Let Us Serve Your
v Lail ARE OUR LAWS ENFORCED ---- : Jan, 17'tf
with delight any plnn of fairness .
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In making assessments foi 7 4&fiurWEST
1 1)I elate! purpnaee.i The annual report of State TB-E r
I'reasuier Collins discloses the PATRONIZE
Another pliiu which, Is fair lit.
i on
: lace, but fact that about $185,000 wns spent PALM BEACH FLORIDA.
unequal as to values indifferent "
: by the State last in criminal "

t, l the same counties amount, would of he the to aggregale require witnesses.prosecutions In and other year for words jurors these and! GEO. ZAPF, M M .. Prroprrietorr.An The Ferry EAST COAST.

cum needed for state purposes -
two items comprised more than one
1 of from each county, regarllesi- quarter of the expense of the State t.ntlrrly: New lloit-c, MnnnxBil upon .Northern prlnHplpn. Oi.lr, o"e.holr .

r Still assessments.! government. (From this it III evident minute from Depot and Kerry r..nding; Fronting mitt Like with tilt Runs! every half hour between, Palm Beach and West
another! and thi.
perhaps!
I fairest that the enforcing of the crim Palm Heach. Cojnecti with Hacks for,
and least
be for expensive, would I Intel law is expensive Every man, GRANDEST AND BREEZIEST PIAZZA IN THE SOUTH.
the
comptroller: to be au '.. the Kverglndes.!
woman and child In the Mate Is
thoiiz-d to call for a per en pi in, called to aiinut $2 annum SINGLE FARE\ TEX CENTS. FIFTEEN; TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR.
upon (pay
tax on every resident of florid, per
French i Kitchen Service I innrTVJta.i.MM
t !each for the prosecution! of
taking the United States census! ea J. W. MULLIK IN, Manager.
those who violate the law-of are
basis, then pro rate the whole .Rates: $2.00
I charged with violation.. Day Upwards.
sum required for the State bfountie \
-I Every; good citizen, of course, '
ration! respectively.After, according. to llittrpnpu wants to see the laws enforced, and Sp.el.l flfing.m.nt. by the Week and frfonth. Accommodation toe IOO. WHIDDEN'S HOME MARKET. .

should be willing to pay hili share
notifying the clerks of the
sum the State requires} in a given towards bringing to justice those GEO. W. HURST, MANAGER. 1-116 WESTERN: NATIVE MEATS;
who violate
the criminal statutes! AND ,
I It
I county, should be the duly of f
but we submit that two dollars
the county) commissioners to levy' per -- ----- Venison\ Wild Turkey and Feathered Game In Season..
the requisite mileage In p'roduc head is a rather heavy tax. GE'. M. ROBBINS. WALTER S. GRAHAM, C. C. CHILLINGWORTH
After all, are the laws properlyand Attorneyat-Law. AUoruey-nt-Law
the result AUoruey-at-Lan
from the full( cnsh value
of real and Impartially enforced A mis- Restaurant

I I., in that personal' .property assessed Unified ,ignorant negro indulges .
iouniy.This in the fatinaling game of craps! or Robbins Graham & Chillin worth '
plan would not Interfere i in \
In Connection with the Market.
]least with the assessment! of the historic one of skin. The resiu ,

( Iv at, its full cash value;proper hut to, is he is "pulled" and the Stale ( Interpolated: 1892)
I reach this pays the expenses of the prosecution OPPOSITE DEPOT. j
most desirable resuli! Law Loans and Real Estat11'etc'veor
I thealuing should be done by dill for the negro is "broke" of e _._
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interested course and has not the wherewith to West nPalm. :Beach Florida.
,
parting-never by tin- Sale list selected -
) a Ittrge
carefully
-. owners.! pay a fine if I it Is Imposed. A party J

As a of wealthy tourists strike the Datle Conn.!,, rroDcrtien..
pleasing prelude to the urgent "
el -' luvitation! to home seekers, State end play poker where the MONEY'. T.o..J.A.N: _. -- ..t----. .. WILLIAM H.

I. _.r the land agents! and local nee Bpa.J''I'II olind" is two and a half and the! Always' on hand: il tell per cent., In sums to suit. PARKINDEALER r"HARDWAREI
limit out of sight They are unmo
could
) ,point with pride to the
lested. A with Jlbslnu-ts of l'Ule'Iiraishrl short *
assesments! so taken, and the consequent coon a fifty cent upon notice ,IN-

decreased millage levied' pop gun concealed in a tobacco Semi! for our Descriptive List of Dado, County I.nllll"l If you arc look,
sttined, sweat bedewed pocket is 1
for taxation.It Ing for Bargains there is something in I it you a ill want. !
is mistaken discernment captured' and sent up for sixty

L : the part of property) owners to insist on. days. A "sport" or "blood" with J.UNO. : : DADE( COUNTY : : l KLOKIDA. 2194BROS.] !) .
foot ball locks and
toothpickshoes ,
on valuing personal and real
estate at one third of its actual l carries! around In his hip i
pocket a regular arsenal of Coil's Paints Oils and .
value, under the delusion that their BR.ELSFORD Teals Flas SmIs. '
L taxes! will be lighter. If all prop or S. & W.'s and Is allowed to roam Varnishes. s ,;
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at large.-DeLand! Sappleueee.WEDS .
I eity owners do likewise the levy of Ne: r Royal Poinciana Hotel. --......- )
inillage/ would bo .
increased, of Doors Sash and

'}. state course! ,and but county only a purposes given sum! would for -- A-DUCHESS.- A Full Line of Dry Goods Shoes Hats Glass Wagons, Carts and 1

\ be the result Wheelbarrows.Hay
}} I ; whereas, if the val. ROCK LEDGE:, FLA, Jan. 29. This !
uation had been Gasoline Stoves.
made aL full cash
; 1 evening the parlors of IIJtel Indian Ladies Shirt Waists
value Japanese Rugs Grain and
the Fertilizers
required sum would have -
River
: were the scene of one of Wood Stoves and t
been exactly: the same aud the the most notable society weddingsof Mens Furnishing Goods, ,

1 millage reduced correspondingly.Give the 'new year, when Jennie A. Notions, etc. Heaters.Oil i
,y property owners the rightof 'romaJo, Duchess de Castelluccia, -- -

appeal on assessments, but never and Mr. K.; L. Dwyer, of Oregon GOODS: NEW AND: PRICES :RIGEIT.ALSO : Stoves and -
permit them to make the valuation Agricultural Implements I
were united marriage. The cere HAIUMVAItK. (JL'EEXSWARK:, ,
r Under the present very unsatisfactorv many was performed by the Rev. Heaters. .
JHIAT) Goons) AND FISHING TACKLE. ,
),. plan: there Is too much latitude Chris Williams of
Rockledge.: t 1'
: ('t I between the sellikg\ prce;: of property Among those! .present! were Mrs.\ Fancy Family Groceries A SPECIALTYFree : Household Goods Plantation Supplies.: f

and its assessed valuation. A. Becker, of Montreal Can
; Miss\ Delivery Anywhere on the Lake. Tin andGranite Builder's
;
With full cash value the Supplies
I I a proper Camille Dwyer,daughter of Mr.I M.K. \ Agents for the Aetna (Fire Insurance Co. ,
r ty owners would not be compelled ---.-
of New York
I Dwyer, ; Mrs J. II. Ware.
to bear so! great a proportion of the endill! Mr. Richard Croker, of 11694, PALM BEACH FLORIDA. FISHERMEN'S SUPPLIES\\

i burdens of taxation which the New and
York
; Andrew S Lee.! oroprletor Lamps
I 11,J wealthier classes dodge under low of Hotel Indian SPORTSMAN'S
River, and SUPPLIES.
t !.: :' I f VlLluaLions.'f Dr W. L. Hiighlett! of Rockledge' OellmqoreCottage !All Aboard Lanterns.Galvanized. .

1 J Further relief could be given taxpayers attending physician to the duchess. --
t by making assessments of
'f' Beautiful floral offerings were COMPLETE OUTFITS FOR
,
real estate every five years It -(<'OR-- I
presented Miss
: by Dwyer, Mrs.' Boat Hardware.
would be necessary to assess per Vendig, Mrs. Becker and Mrs.! Dr. PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.

Bonal property annually. Instead W. L. Hugulett.. The parlors.were Biscayne Bay Brass GaIllD ll[ G Grnisin[
of selling land at delinquent tax beautifully decorated and looked AOJOIVIVU .
I ....- sales, the list should be certified
to Boat Fittings. ,
for I
very inviting the occasion. -
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i';.,r the State, the treasurer to remit During the ceremony the Hotel Indian Royal f'oinciana Mete/ Hlscro; !) and flew River -- -
I' the full amount due to the county River orchestra rendered Men Ship Chandlery
We
r / endeavor
At some future time a to do to car-
way delssohn's
;j. Tedding: march in an ex
i t" this will be pro'ided.-Roher A. cellent manner. AftertheinarriageMr. I Rope and ry a Good Assortmentof
t' Mills/ in J-'lufiiln Auiicitlturiit. Open No.ember 4lh, for the Spa!
I ,,- and Mrs. Dwyer gave a recep CordagePumps
I I flea and received the nearly congratulations SOD of 1895:)-'91. SCHOONER PEARL First-Class Goods

ti Sr4 I A NEED FJLLED.rJe. of of the
the hotel. many. g---guestsof Pipes and sell at Reasonable

j' ): What/ lies heretofore been a great The duchess ii the daughter oft BOARD BY THE DAY OR WEEK. Makes regular trips to above points and Fittings.Bicycles. Prices. Mail Orders
need in (Florida is
it hedge
4 adapted wealthy Brooklyn merchant. Her Safe, Seaworthy and,] Fast.
to this soil and climate. The from
plant late husband was a very wealthy Special Rules l leJ' the Monthor known responsible
has been found. It is a dwarf cactus duke Managed by experienced .
who
owned
i I of long thorn and slender stem, in Italy and various vast parts properties of the Season. Pilotrt.BRADLEY Rifles and Parties or accompanied

I an upright and compact gr3wth, attaining .
United
States and
with
was one of the Revolvers.Guns the
a height of hive to seven feet richest noblemen oll' Rates per: Day $2.50 .
I Il ... and impenetrable to urope. :BROS. cash solicited.
eun rat after ,
f Mr. Dwyer is a gentleman of]large I1-I-3IUIK.; and ,
l l I it is two or three years old, It is a business
i 1 interests, owning vast -- Owners: .
I
fragrant aud beautiful bloomer and -
marble Ammunition.Fishing
quarries and
mining interestsand
: L adds much to the .

t i [ which I it ii grown.grace On this premises account on railroad has contractor.been quite He an has extensive made Park Cottage; For Information as to Rates Tackle. We Guarantee Satisfaction inall !

Mr. II. riant has our Business
H. : ordered it to be tin S ate of Oregon his home for a i Transactl n.. i
put on the Tampa Hay: Hotel and Sailing Days.APPLY. ---
{ n n m oer of I
years past,as much of his Wett Palm Beach, Florida. -
y grouads and at other points where AGENT FOil
. a business interests, are on the Pacific -
; he Iii i miking improxemeuts. It is TO 117tf
Coast They will ,
spend! there
perfectly hardy, stands the winter Boarding by the Day or Week. f
mainder
of the winter
t' us far north as Iluntsville, Ala. It at Hotel in SHERWHT-WILLIAMS;
"iii' dian River.-Time* Uuiou.Advertiite .
( will only grow from cuttings and Fine View of I he Luke LiVillStOllO & SbOOllJ i PAINTS -

cannot spread from the hedgerow. i

I c... T. Robinson I is introducing: in Taetrx, the l beat nil OPEN ALL THE YEAR AROUND, West Pilim Beach. wILtLIIW T-i. PAS IN. '

r this plant in tin L part of Flotilla. U'l 1 tilling medium] iq this motion, O. "'OWES. Proo'r. 34D.! Jan.$2-tI West Palm Bea.ch ,

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'" ,, ? 1805 3
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.1" cuaAR } fLgRIDA.i'l weighing of the well-known)
t cane by d W.
and EO. LAI.NHAllT.: u :o. W. l'orrEn. D- R. INGKUSOLU E, E:. OKK.'l;; ;: J
; distinguished gentlemen proved ,
i! .; C the Following extract from & refldrt the result lo have been the enormous .
:i. ,',:. *!ent by capt.ii.14! Rose,of Klg.lM amount of slxty-tUe tons' per LAINHART & POTTER, INGERSOLL & GEER
! J .-ilrriujee, superintendent of the St
acre. This and Its products,, ,
cane -Iy.A.n.I:04-! :
"
,, Cloud. Experiment Station, to1 tbeBartow .. together with ,samples of the soil, ; ; HiARMOUR't6 ,j.1 j.1IHAUUS j
) Hoard of Ttade and) published exhibited Orleans Lumber & "
Rough
were at the New DressedShingles
; Fresh and Salt Meats
, ; 'In the (!ourler t'' contain I niuch valuab.e; Infor.tflstldfl all be others Lime Cement Beef Mutton and Fork.
'it:, in regard td the olJujfrcarie by to superior, any Lath, ,
the
shown.1latticularly were And All Kinds gff Choice Canned Fruits aiid Vegetables. ,
Jrt Jrtdrtda i tassels (the cane being in full : of jt-t -gyp

' '.. "A central ; "with a capacity (, bloom) a eoifrCo of wonder and ----:En.rILDING MATERIALS_ JERSEY BUTTER and EGGS Our Specialty. :

:,;, for 1,000' to 3,000 l he acre of caneI1f admiration to our Louisiana friends. West Palm Bbach, ;, : : : Florida, I o 8-P4 Goods Delivered I Dully\ To All Parts Of The Lake. 0 S 11 W4' !. '
per seasoncould profitably'employed -
Few.of them had ever seen a tassel, .. .. i
;;' !; in any township, and In and tuany'of them' did not know WENT 1'AI-Jl 1IEAC1I, }'WI 1MDV: I J.

: tome localities near Uirtow a sufficiency -
1.. that cane produced a tassel or ------ -- -- - .ra

of first-class cane lands flower. This crop was planted In J, H. LIVINGSTON, FRANKLIN SHEEN C. E. '
,
could be found
to justify the exec \December, 1883, and harvested in t
lion of several such mills A small) 0.: W. WEYBREGHT
been
May; 1885, bating: growing
_j mJar! tu"j mill, aud. evaporatorUlLahleluFtell'i vigorously for seventeen months,, LIVINGSTON & Slf.EN: '
gTfet; Of cane could\ thus matured. Along ;
, and became fully Dealer in Hardware 'i
be erected complete for $:.100.i< Such! in of the ut
growing season
,a mill would readily make twenty most importance in cane cdlturei; as Plumber, Steam andCas d Filler, Mind Paint, REAL EST A T IE. "!

flvegallone ot sirup per ton of cane, the plant requires to be r"I.1yua'

assuming that an average ot t.wen.ty' Lured to produce:: the best results. Tin, Coppar, and Sheet Iron Work[ ,
tons which ia not
ex
?\1'. ,travagant per acre fair land and skill "Tim foregoing statements are OFFICE : Narcissus St., Facing Pair and
:
,: based the data obtained from
.' ful upon lonlcr In ('UIIII'., ri|i'o 1"IUIII; and General I'linnliliiK, Snpi llpn,Tin Wo rr, A jm,.
}t culture, would ,make 400 gallons the drained or'reclaimed' lauds Woo and HoitMj hiirnlnhlngfl' ot Kerr Klii'l, City Wharf, West Palm Beach Fla,
h : of sirup. Sirup, at present prices "The Agricultural Department
,
f} I ot 'eusrar, is worth commercially, has established
recently a sugar AGENT FOR THE AERMOTOR 'CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PLANTS
( 25 cents per gallon. Locally and experimental rtaiion In this Stall. ( The Largest List of CHa'ully S JntJj! '
.'In small It is worth 50
quantities) This will be of immense value to Ie Me for ala
cents per gallon, but no large the industry It Kill\ teach the Estimates for Work and Material.! One or both promptly J) Lands in DADE COUNTY,

quantity could be sold at such a best methods Of! handling the crop, Furnished. 1-31-tf.

r' price; The market value of the! in the field and in the house; the 'WEST :PALM: : : BEACH, FLOR'rDA.:
sugar contents fixed the rrtco'olsirup. proper time and be.tu.ietles of Elegant Water Fronts on Lake Wort'u. New

cane for planting{ the proper fertilizers River and Biscayne Bay, Improvedand ,
"The total) of laising
expenses loupe ; the correct: lime to
this crop and contorting it into sir apply them, cad the best and most MARVIN & WHEELER! Unimproved.
up would not exceed $75, leaving a e lomlcalmet.hod of cultivation."

; net profit ,of f 25. This is not ex .
tCessiVu; in fact, I know' ofseveial -" ----- GOOD Our Pineapple and Vegetable LandsAre
instances of this year's crop much MRS. GRANT IN FLORIDA. Livery,

elceedingthls\ profit per acre. The --
Cane delivered 'at a central mill Mrs General Ulysses S. Grant has Grocery SERVICE. the Very Best in the County. Sold in
would.be worth 3,50 ton,
if per or the
the with
arrived in city Lots to suit Purchaser
$70 net profit of \ '
showing a
gross Raymond and Whit comb psily. LOW Bakery
,
$3in: round num berg.
When seer at the St. James at "
"With an exact knowledge' of noon, just a" Bbe'wlL going into PRICESMeat Market. Correspondence Promptly AnsUJ'ered r
the science, furnished byLlle
as us lunch, Mrs. Grant said that her
,chemists and mechanics of the 1.l .Illll 17-11 !
last visit to the State was two hour week with without driver hunting
present day the prospects of the Turnouts by the day or or __ J
when she passed tlirouzh m:
sugar industry in Florida are bright years this city ago, with her son, on their outfit! saddle hnr cs. Everything: ;! new and In lip-top! order.

indeed., For. :year it, has been 'way to Allamonte, where they C. C. sPiINCEit 6
known that tropical cane will grow Grant GROCERIES.) .
with great luxuriance and vigor 1'n spent! the herself winter.' M n.being much expressed COMPLETE' STOCK OF tt
as
all parts of our State. ,Also that pleased with her visit, and was very Fresh meal of every description and everything ilte usually foundin Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper of

e the sugar belt and the" orange belt much gratified\ at the kindly feeling a Ilret-class tneaturtrkett : .
are identical, as they ,are In Louls.Janal shown towards her by the sol 1

.. leave ,the forjhere orange, as.here.when grove behind, ,the we tiers Her reception, both. of the along! South the and trip North., 'especially The. :Best Equipped. :Bakery ."UK: Lake Ice and Distilled Water. ,

: field disappears, 16 lle'fe-
sugar ( at Atlanta, was one'of surprise
placed by cotton.: Thousands ofpatches' to her, as she joined the i Bread, Cakes and Piellin stock or to special outer.
scattered over our State,
from the extreme northern counties (party at Washington without, expecting receiving to ___ Goods Delivered Free on Both! Sides of the Lake.I'lemaUs ---
come quietly along
:
to the Keys; attest the fact that, any more attention. than thatwhich REFRIGERATORS. r

: sugar caue cultivated can \be easily throughout and euccessfully traveler would be .given an ordinary Avenue, Went of llallroail Truck, West Palm IJeacb. a

i
> Florida, and that it, requires but She expressed herself as delighted l.nI-1!
the Joint efforts of the capitalistand ,
with the party, and said that the -a ---

.the leading the farmer industriae to make of it the one State.of people)leasant.in it were exceedingly Late forth Ice Works :

"Until recently sugar cane has Mrs. Grant left with the partyal,12:5 COME; OUR "WAIT.( ,

not,been cultivated in Florida) as a <) for Tampa, where they!'
,
WEST PALM BEACH
commercial Mont farmers FLA.
crop. take the steamer for Havana. On
greWfrom; one to five acres, .which will visit Palm '
their return they On Hand ;
We Keep Constantly
with crude and imperfect apparatus Beach, Rockledge and) St. A ugul. !
tlity,boiled into syrup, seldom making
tine.- }'lu" Me, Citizen.

It Into sugar. The extraction" ...--i.....--...-... FUESIIGKOCEHIES + Cocoa Ice WorkS 'I.
never exceeded 50 per cent, and

:. ; .the evaporation was crude and ex. RECEIVED MRS., GRANT. AT LOWEST PRICES, ,
pensive. Even. with horse mills --+ Jan 17 If Cocoa, Florida.

,and with kettles set in clay furnaces ATLANTA, GA., Jan. 29.There ..
air, fabulous --- -- -- ---- '- .
in the open was a etriking'ecene in the parlors I '
result have been obtained. Ten of the Hotel Aragon to-day when Shoes! CHILDREN'SE& ,

, barrels, .400 gallons of syrup per Mrs. U. S. Grant who had stopped i. BABIES'. Jt F. E. JOYNER
.' acre have been made frequently over here a day en route to Florida : ,
' from ordinary pine and hammock received a large.delegation front .
;'"',,,''' land, and sold iu local markets for the Fulton County Confederate GENERAL MERCHANDISE. AGENT FOR
60 cents per gallon'fwiuenlly for .Association.: Tlie'olil: ; soldiers werenrooduced l

75 cent.. This has been accomplished lo Mrs. Grant by General will! make great Indtiicmonts) for careful and elope 1i13 era iu wi j
VJfe
" year after year for nine Clement A. Evansone of Lee's of Low I'lkes., K\vr\; purthit al our sioiu b.ucou. money. i
THE GLOBE GAS ENGINE
successive years from one planting.; brigadiers and late candidate for Come iu mid see for }oureleh thai no acunake witli '
"I have seen cane in this Stale Governor of Georgia, and to each iu your IlItel'clilli. ,
growing luxuriantly with a 'fair she gave a' cordial 1 handshake and
laid;' which I am credibly In a I kindly word. After the formal

formed was planted twenty,one reception. there,was a free and easy And Their Launches.
years ago. Rattoons from eight to nchsnge' 'of' compliments and ierainiweences .
twelve years old are not unusual. between t.lte'et.erallll .
With' proper care and at.t.entlo.n. and the wife of the great Federal GALE & OTWELL Complete, ]ready POP Use

which it leld')!!) gets, no reason ex commander ,---_.. .. ..- ..
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lets for replanting oftener than Mrs. Grant left this afternoon for
once In live year Before the war Jacksonville.Saturday FLORIDAU. 11154.; P. 0. West Palm Beach, Florida. r. .
MANGONIA -
large and profitable sugar estates \
:
.. -- 0.0. E. R. BRADLEY
.rauonductod on the Gulf coast, I-----. ,
and also on the Indian and St. 'night (nearly, ,Sunday Dade .
John 'River They were of the morning) there was an "alarm at County AgentBeaoh

'open kettle' style, crude and .waxte- the outer door"ot the. Fort Pierce HENDRICKSON P Q. Address, West Palm F.1o.ricl.A

ful. Still, owing to the immense Hotel. On arising and opening it D. ---.. -- -_ .. ----.,. ..
'crops. they were exceedingly pro. who shouts appear but the celebrated -mAJ.1t I !; i\-

fitable.plantations The were Yulee noted and in Turnbull their day Croker Tammany accompanied brave by the Richard writ T[ NERb.L-MERdHAND SE.1. C. C. HACH5rrCl! :

for their hundreds of I acres of cane known sporting men, Joseph Ven- _

and' hundreds ot slaves. dig, Hubert Croker and one of the Lake Worth, Fla A
those plantation sugar l. They staged until after -- .-
< ."_ "In day. Dwyer oye. lilxlff
'::0..::-< ;( was Inrarably 'open kettle brown breakfast and then went on up SPECIAL ATTENTION Contractor

sugar with the molasses dripped the river in their launch the Kings ... ...... .
ORDERS
from it. The only refined sugar] ton. We are accustomed to seeing GIVEN TO MAIL ;

was the old style loaf, made by expensive f Indians, but the sight of the great a

,.and. ,laborious processes, Tammany ihirfuiu, stalking' aGOODS AND
and selling for the fabulous price- through Fort Pieree'io brown over; '

of8t.o 11} cents uer ,pound for alls, was one that will long be remembered AND ri
brown or raw sugar, and' 2Q to 25 l h y those who wer privileged PRICES lL +,
cents per (pound for l loaf.: 'There to see it. Mr. Croker look. Builder.

prices alone would have Justified nell and. U evidently e"Jo'lug his I GUARANTEED. _

excessive labor and wasteful meth trip.--: el buu roe'7/wiet. ---- *

ods. A ton of cane then yielded ..- OWNER OF'AND- id KctL; :
: ---- Contracts taken for Coast Cottages, 1'ublic HiiilJiugn Sea <- \.
but an,average of sixty to seventy "'
five. pounds of raw sugar, while our The Lexington (Ky ) lH
,present apparatus averages 17Q, >*eriviii, .p;akiug of the. value of -1'LYLNU BtiTWKKX-' -
--0Plaus. -----
pounds of choice refined sugar at good roads, sayst Lake Worth and Jacksonville. '

the plantation ready for immediate "The monetary value of good. -ALSO OF-- 0-1-D3 Specifications, ]Hills of Material anti General Kfc; uV.-ilti
roads is demonstrated by the" experience
refining or
consumption without of farmers in Colbert I s''J:Amm' "LAKE WORTH" Furnished" upon Application. ,sv _s

other" process.JnDecember 1883, the lust County, AI"hama.Thl.. county Making DAILY Trips Between JUNO and PALM BEACH ___o-- .)mow.
fort since i the-wu to grow -'sugar has ap excellent system of public -,tea".
commercial plan wu madd aLSouLblr roads, and as a result farmer are --- -- ---- ---------.- Beat of References furnished on application Oorrespo-jdeote'. Solicited,_...., .
a
oa 01 reclaimed lands able to ,haul heavy loads long distances -0- \ ,;"' '
market securing good ,! I ,,*>'-
to
marked in fact "
was ;
The the results success were phenomenal. A prices and saving1 considerable" >er SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN Permanent Address, LAKE WOUT1I., FLi.3.1G-il

careful measurement and actual the usual carrying expenses

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4 THE TBOPIOAL SUN! TflUBSDAt, FEBRUARY7,1895r :-

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1 LEGAL. NOTICES.
!
o and n land it wns. Itctwutly [PROFESSIONAL CARDS
American jieople. we f I11I1P1t ndnut. pleaonnt

tic Critical[ Hint limtea.l of olitfllliinjT 'lilt bur too ,llm cvergliides, Imvediscovcfci 1"1'\1 = -- --- --= = "-- -= UJJJJ ----=" '
1tn.t' r "
"- : : ; '
fiM,,d and, 1 other liwrwuiry' supplii-H! ] lo hf 'lilt' .eter, tint only QKunoi M. ItoniirM"Vli.tFit.. UHASAM.. No'tlca. ---

: .. ,, "'" .......-_ _. _" from our own hinds. (which i-ould ntprtisent ttinietlwis'"glades! ," most of (/,CM:IIII.L1I1O..OH"n. '1'1111. "otlre, thttl D. Ihrrt ) eroe''j'o.l.elRIII .
.
: IKJ morn cimily /JI"'IIIIIJlIiPlI..1IhlJlllII ( l 'II. Potter 'of .I'.ImDelich
would rcduci and 0fG.
w aUf I I. im- which |iroH| >r drainugo bobbins, Graham ft Chillingworth, 1 have t. this
t't''J METCALF, Editor, any other nnintry: ). WP I .re the onli deputlra .
poll of tirtiile.'i whieli... : It him" beendeinoiiKtrntpd I to er-gladeK. ATTORNEYS.-AT 'LAW, t\ county, I havla this da'tImo.ed.. nYMhen

t : W. M. MYERS, Associate Editor ) run Im, pHHluiiil, HH As the '\'),"MItl.I'lIf! tie West, l hu y Florliln. Clerk' A. .Circuit. : Court.
f 11'/.11111 Inland, else iuth. rmilo with Junes" Dodo ronntr, ,
IIIIVwlll'I'
} -- na made. to County. Fla. '
itrigatlon are
DII.le
unit Advertisers
: /! Irt nil Court, 8tnM .2,7U
; .. would. to the I i-norinons mini oloer 'Will iirm-llcd JUliO January, 281b, 1893.. ,
"
"Irish! potntound
t unitcrfucllnit
Mkkllaal01"t I the tinui.v-cjpii- ( Kvilurnl.' Kpoclnl fnollnics for exmnlnliiR
l I : (> / nniiiini\ in
'J' i1l.000,01l0/ |MT LOAN.
ttie"glades'of Land Tltlr' MONtTTO
'
Florida ls .
'
tl Press Association. round HgnivM. The nrlleles HO Imported till! AllttlllllIt nii. so 8-1H-01 ,

I I ArPILIATI.il'' ; XV'TH HIV" Of mnnir.: $II8.000,000/ ) ); Florida! by drainage can be ivTotica. _

; National finit( and, nutn." f 17.000.000() ; vi-gi-t-. t Utrnedover to the rriinpnnt Kiigiir/ ALF '/ .

:itr, : Editorial Association. iibleHi,000000-aiiiltol: : t >nccn,' 'I I2: ,- 1en0nnJ thPII101lIh-w"wrrnl"pine. the month
I Grunt"
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'- / million c'ollarswollhof ATTORNEY known m the".hnlOn
000.000.111111 m..n.v; of AT LAW. to RKAM A,
holonpti
con
In course! river !
teAtilenn'd" / The canal now nf the Bt. Lncl
: "lIr.I'I.t"lh of Rorimnnh GI.
Official Paper of Dade County a"tiIll. / Lake Worth and Will (irnctlue, 'In Vunntj, Stall .nd Federal FALLIOAKT' and others mnnner, are warned
Some nrtlelen arpHlready ntruttitmis'twtrn In any
I of I the aliove Tn-mmiwn"
Only extent otIhelnw.
I rutliratioH on the End Coast Court; /' nlnweentedtothe
1
he
inliivntwlin 1 Florida. CoastLine \ thntthey '
; the ,
Iii Hiniiiwfiilly \ by .
Itt Hay F.YAMWACEMMMAxent,8nvannNh.
s Hiscayin' ) (
Of Florida
land\
"dftl Cases a Specialty. ..
\ Melbourne" I'jor11bltod. when the ,I.I"tllhili. M.llticiiiAN.AU'r,Jnckdonrllle,
r 1111(1TrnntpnrtatlonCo., 11
of
I ( ,I n'lt' ) / ( t iHcnlrit -
And Ouiilj "
iCev H'esf.SUBSCRIPTION. ty and VIIIII': of our land for mull Member of Thor U.i'lo Alwlmct ntTlila 8-N-tia-O11
r t will! lie the- tiiraueofdrvllufug,i many Cumiiiii7|. llBl:
mid. bci-onm more
-= =.---- other. purposes :
i : f generally; knowii.tbeprMNentnunetesI InlulredncrOtl) of t thin occasionally JUNO'I .DADE: COUNTY, FLORIDA/ FOR BIDS ; '

I .; { } .' snry impoit, nbo\e refeireil l to will overflowed Intnl. In"' fact: n good; NOTICE n

''f.. note.r: In 1I.1"nn..:,,3.00: jrwitl.v diiiiinishiMl.and. n 11I1'ge1I1I1II11I.r rt'claimMI.It !. i E.. IIKYSnit, i I. bid wilt bo melvml. it the Orrk't
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r Six / 'tion is now being so bull
'onlha. In A. the : advance.,.!fl.OQ.. of tarmerH who nren0w.xII'nding poi I office up td .'e". 6th ISOS rot
,' Thtrek1onthsln. ..I nnr....:.. fto lima, III wl,'ll-kuowll.; moreover tl.nt ; ATTORNEY Af LAW, a brick Vnnlt at Jono, on the Court llouM. >
I 1 I.I '. __ /! Hleir energies and this reclaimed 1 land I is of wonderful I. THE 0.0. W, Lalnhart ot Palm Beech, will\
= ofIhepieNcnt (
l'IIrlIl'IIIIII'IIIIH In the production From thirteen reanof continuous i.Id.n.e eattona. .

oJ, f t OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THIS %TNOIAW nnnrotltiible I Kliiples' of t fertility." The soil is generally, a .de In lni Undo|. 10"111",1.: County; ,, Ii and.. ,pcriillir, acnunlnlanre' fuel, 11 Urn with forlontcjnnilng lurnlnh The Ponnty plniin and Cotuinlmlnners apeclf 'J't'Nt'ue,} ,the

7 ".. I I RIVER AND LAKE WORTH IINKAPPLK iiglicliltm-e, will embrace" I the. b..-tteroppoilnnilieM composite of vegetable/ ma ttvr, which and fnrninl'lng, Abotrai-ta" oflltlc. i 1111''lit to rvjcrt, any or all bliln. .

GROWERS: ASSOCIATIOH.Besl of more, !profitablehusbandrr decomposition has been going on Done ,In u ip| .>n Hnulnn lb.i Jan. Wh. t HW5
Juno IMda (;011111,, t'lor.".. o13WIW. I A. K.QUIMBT,.
under the genialskies
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inure
MMitnriet, ( ,. 1I'IIr'' iiWy' ', nnij!!Jiasproduced I .
,
', of Hie South.liiit ." for | -- Jan. 17-41. clerk Board Count Com''

AJver ,f1f Mtdtum OH the East \\' is tine' of the Kissimnut'! Valley I Ii lild of Wondeifnlitalfty., IIOLtGE, ALLEN,

I r.oaflol Florida. Thousands. of times. In 1 ho State of'
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1 J applies! with 1 eipml" force lot I lie KHY WK8T: KLA.ATTORNEYATLAW. .

_. ______ '__ _. ___ r.'II.l'11I'1 h and Itisenyne' Ikuytiinu' lade I) might; t lot'r" 'I11ttntalby i n proper TROPICAL LIorlcE. ? '
ol ,drainage. (Once (his is IS TUB CIRCUIT COCIIT
adnntageH system
natural
nil the -
$I"J"J"S : ,''"' TIIK CRO1 /. ry. \\VpoHsess nnd the other fact of fertility XVIII' ,pmuttfo 'lu Ib -lilted. t.at.IIII.Ia or tho Seventh Ju.llclall1rcult oll'lorlola. In
)Know '
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:, x11 ter' \' :\ required., ('n pith, enternise UnurlH. H-lkliS\ ; and,. (or \Dade (;Xiunly.IneUnmille. .

The. C'liicntfoiiti'iOn'iii. II till I common neime" ale all no. power on earth _can preventthe .' Mt. AngiiH-1 *
1 /! In inin of Oliver I I > >
: Indlnn
F- .tic Ic on"KUIIHIIHJIMii.Sii '' .....10..11", I make, the. Stale of Dade) rapid growth nnd scttleinent H.C.. 11 OOll. M. D.. tine Railway, and Company ,
+nrSl.ilr: tt
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I IW.
i l'1 } B.I.VH: : I the I 1'I"II"r: t the. 1'1"1 l Hi. our section. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON_, K.: S 'oope.re.' J J .' ,,' "
Eliott'unst
;S: S .'l'helnpnbiliti'N0f, .! the Lower all other Iii.lernrcI .
h iiil.niii: for e -- < Tn XX'. F. Rwoope" and jwrauna
t S ,; Nebinnki '"1" Kiiirjir! ; '''\\11. ( 1111IIcurt'l.I.v been tom.lied ll-l-ni' Offl"e In.1lo.II'onco. / l'ALallnAl'lI.: 1 In or haring' claltna U"lInb" H. K.V4 .
i iiinl ,
('IIIrlll'III,1 '
.5 I 11.,;'c N'liriir: ; KIIIIMIIM fur. H"f'g-hlllli, fur I Im" Till 1C.\K.\r.UA\ \ r./.V./A./ / 1111101.' Ilv.rytlaywelnarnsonlellling: : .-J ,- SUN ..llhe 8. IV, Vi of t !!re. 13'T. 40. ,M..ntt :. :

t .1I1l.1I ... ., In Dude. Oounty, Florida (( ]; :
uthlll.\\'hllll"lut the II. I'OTTEU 1\[. D.
ltt'uf
.I'I.:4C11I1I'CII"ril"' lull possibilities. It .ppeAl'ln
1
notified to
bejinl
( : Tt'xiiM The. building, n canal IhrotigliViciirugiM We are hr-reby
iiinl /! .
MisxiMHipiii lui\r,
) for
"III"lI'i theClrcdtCourtof, the SI.teof Florida
I til'H i for I HIM | / from the. tiii'f'! of Mexico ; !! "' -e 8-il-ll: : I'ALM ."' ; : .
|IHMIII lidlllir l-lllli'cll''' ;!'MInot : 5; BEACH: .A.JI Hade C"untysot the Clek'a'office atjnnn,
I 'tint, \\liiit till tln \in"IIII\" WE SOMETIMES THINK 'In March A'. It.'lgun,
j' '''' lin to tin .\11.11111 e ocean H'III14I1I1I1I1. npiin. the Ant Monday

l ( itiNiriiir'ri' fur, I>ift r>iiLMP! ,I 'Ill,,It!, IHI 1v'I"It, /hllll", '-tl'III IIN show why a part of It
nf (the .sin I I'M rini Thoughts About Some Things round! Us, laudl\ and 10
| oilnii> Norjilniin,; lull III 'it lieNlyt'N ihebondsoflheuin.il l coiiit.iny| has And Jot 'Em Down.U' lie' .clnnti'ftli't'nlM'r t llyiif IViinBylvniilnOnVrn !CLAIM ilc. c 1",110 a |M>tltlon' Died thanvniplaln-.

| iinlirali'd iiln'iiilv hiixi* In p.issed', the Sen:ite. "... ." hlHm-rttow. In th. clllium' III I.nkn and In this rellpc In the Clerk'a ofDc A.'fJ.'lrfuS In Juno(
:
1'-llllW "|1"1.I lli.)M. HI) t<> lop| Ilk, ill III'irinliR'iion Tlo'tinildinl: nf I thisninal" I will !I"> a I XX'nrth end. 'It"hilly, it" I'livHlrlnn' Mini Min* nn the 14th day January, ,
is g''nn. ",nee and li'..ldcnci. the naeol the com
\ | of "Nature's. Sanatorium": n name at XVent P lin should not Iff taken for *
.
Niiiriir.TIiHptlitin \oiideifiil, acccleralinii, t of t the. /grouthif llomh. Ill-1:l-IH right nf for Its railroad; or
l-Tnida plainest aa a way
in ,
to many : ,
applied' spots
S S. toil! gIH;!; <'* on, lo .xl'ililli.i t I'Moiida' port 'towns and through rlr* be forever barred hi that behalf, t
tliccxpi'iiHt'of, piittintr' in hut, to no other place is it HO applicable Ordered. at the Clerk'a offlca at Juno, this
T.
it -tOIlt") I hem, indirectly: of the, entire StateIn L. DANIEL, ,
mill would ns to t this Region. 14th day of January, A. D. 1803. e0
III foUOOO: () Olhl-r evIMIIHI'K view of this the. lower Kasl; 'Coast !1 ...... ...... A

tln't of rout nf 1m r.r; h 11 111, ,rtc.. inlHl ll,'IVIit vl| Wlltl'l' ... DEN TI a .T, It Is The ,"8MAt.tuNrr.T, : A.F.QUIMBYV
:
xxnnlil. r" >rrsi'iiti COCOX. INDIAN/ Itll'EHFLOKI'A.I-ilk/ : / '! :
| lolnl' oiilhiy tilt The Tiini'H-L'iiio'i; KH.VM: If yon have! an idea, vend It lo CnuNT : Clerk ol Clrvult: : Court.

f.Jjj; ; (), II liii li, ullli! inlrl'cHl, unnliliitnoiiiit Tin- 04lnp(11'Id| of tin. NuiHi AtNiiilii 'I'mrs.: :! Ide.is; are the levers by Kulililim: ; :" irilmn sod Chllfln! rworth; ,

i to $SI.l.l.( : ( Tlii'iid !inolitHnrcI'wliiiinlcd ,: will iiltxn.x. hull I the III'A""I'' which the woild 'mo\eson in civilization FUANIU.IN E SHEEN, A tturneyi for Complainant. 'JaolT-

( I tit fi.l'Ijo.: ; ) III ii ii. pint of Ih'I"'I.11'lIIh" 1 KiiroKS| nmlihi'ip SURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER. .
', flood i.I/I".III'ul"\' handled] .
,
,dittos the tniiliwith''" Hoiilht'in nml ttiNt-,
( lui
,
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; jiMHf. onti'O at XVcnt I'uHl
or rniKlirilnlnlkx llfiirhIIII
"""IIC'III1I1I'i., PM will lit hler"IL",1< l ll. II pioduce'! wealth and prosjierity for
I' l linvi'liH'ii found. 1CI'oimtinclioil < <|H Icfxnllv anli'flh'lili'il.. and mapi turiilHlipil. BESTADVERTISING NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR'DIS'
I to iiinktMi of this fit mil. TinSoiillii'in .- their 11I1 111'1'11. No'1...-I"lit and ffrncllnff' 1.,10. ;

|I"1|Hi'1)roduli in+o1.* II INT of rllblp(1t1 ;;( HcniiirlM| 11111'1'1'1'I ill log tool::) sod and mtlitiHtlnff rurm-t I work ItmlM'r Kunrnnfcoil.; a ots.| .'islty.Allrnni.inunlt'jiiliini 10'al'l:. -- .. .

( iiM-nhll.v." Su 21.000: iirfriikiitiril" / linn hiiliilli' omiiMPlT'nlinoHt' n MurfTHiis Inorm : hv mull rnvh 'pninipt' nlt.nllun. To Ai.LNmm. IT ll IA' COIICr-HIII'! ,
t Ise Hint I In' I I'jiMt, To possess "r one's own is WEST; I'ALM nKAtll. FLA.: :U-I5-IU i'lth'
> |1111'| profits" fioin, lliHMiili' ill, / nowpnjnys. Nature' In hereby given thai on 'the : ot
/ luipiHiu. Thin SVw OilfniiH II ill stint tivnl I Nx the ninliilion of' moht, yoii"g men.Hoy February, IhlilX at l>etand. Florida'or

lit ofr:il I l.N.'O.So iiinkrH' a total pro-. York HH n cnininiTriiil, I dry Mobile. this is the place 1.oryuo. With GUY I. METCALF, herevrr. the Court may lie, I will\ tieiny\ I
IViiMiciilii' JnckHiinville, KeyVnt, final' report, aa Receiver ol S. Tatlr '4 Coniimnv ; -
little nrrikefneuric \
CilpitillhYt'1p lo
u
innrli, for Horrlinni HII -HT. Tin-. Xa vn'nun' li. 'lunlitito'ii nml other / NOTARY PUBLIC with Hon.John D. ruo".Judae'uf 7th

{f' ,ililinn" east, xxhirli is "ioixninl Soiithfi-n i-itifn, nil] grow IIH thf.v tciriloiy" nnd energy' / lo" pull FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT LARGEM.mhnr Judlrlal. arcult' .of Slate of Florida, and. ask

( .Jj l|<(>| __ .12'I: '
i.A. r |>." Al ti-iilion, I'M diicc'd'd, to'tlu extrnctH l'IIlI/ll. di'bhe. nil A bmmrt of Tl lie Cuininnr, Cilrrnhlp-the lull .report to date b ln( DOW'I'

-; HIP addition to those mentioned\ 1 by 10'. JTNO. DADS.OtJNTY, I IH-M FLORIDA Bled In Circuit Cuurt tot Dade Couatg; "..
tit-li ,
ngnl nl > liy CHllt,. Itnw I
l' reprinteil the P.'ll.. we of thin* nectlon mast t.n.tlt CtliS. MARKS, Pecever.NOTIC8 .{ : .
\ in I HIM in"'in' from" ; t till' (Ft-zrn." Afen'hant. or business. man, if jon MEDIUM\
con.e in for u nlia,re of I his trade by A J,. KAOWLTUN,
+I. There it in fHtiiimlril, I lie. net prollt, liaveaninssed I a comfortable i income I
,* wily of 111'1'" water on the Hny !Ilincajne FOR PUBLICATION. ',
t | e mrc, from n mill willi rnunil.y" [ and wish to sjM'iid the remainder ol CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. :

) -' of 1000( to :I'lOOOncroH' of i'n'toe per wea- or some other point on the your life in t the full enjoyment! of it, JiiHtii-vnr the 1' Kl'e for lion SUIIi Juillclul. r a'. LAND OrriCI, AT GU1<.:oYILIII.5-, Fl.A.J
Kast; (Coast of Southern Florida. Dlxtilet. of Dade C'luuty.OHkvit .
Jnn. Slh. 1.1911.
l H"II. Mould lie, including tout of come I to Luke: Woilh, and buy ."I.UL ltldi-uc{ t Kollre l I. hereby, !given that the following
.
in.ifhiiiery, $;d:1011.: In nnolliei winter( home. ]No "IIII'e'lIlI eurth > named settler hat Pled' notlre of his Intention
J Jun.'ll-ll/ NEST: I-AI.M DKACII.I ; to make Anal proof I 10.n|>"pnrl or hln rlalm.and
issue, I Iho St. AiigiiHtlno sift r.LECTKIC KOAl). offers you greater attrattlons. that raid iimof rill be made before. Clerk ('Ir-
I I j y ) coni'Hpondent cult Court: at Juno, Fla., on Feb. IMh..JDM.
of t tlie OVi/wi -- .
writs vial: '
/i 1 + : hake .". I I/ C. miiniXGTox, Of AnyWEEKLY OUI GUDUUNDSEN.of Lantaaa flat.lid.
f":1:v 1"" "JlIlIIl' Mni.tern one of Iliecountv,,. Worth needs! all electric street J.;< ;

I l'IIlIlIlIi..Hioll."H who lins a hi nn atoceasn ruiltt'iy, which shall ut least make The "State of HUll) must bt> well! NOTARY PUBLIC Tp..44 19115fortheV.14of 8.. R 48 I K.lin !:. "'V, >{ See. ST

Itrnmli. retentlv took the half circuit of the Luke from represented. nt Atlanta. The Cotton for the State ot Florida, al Large, hiseontiniioni namei I he rest following|,|hence "ltn, ta prove
twenty-live' tiI l'I''IN UK>n and cultivation
luirrelrt) of nf'wujjur+i iiinl I nix West !Palm Item to the Royal I'oin- States and, Industrial. Exposition Deputy, Circuit Clerk, Dnd Cuimljr., Forlda, of, said 'k.tin; ,,
from Gorge l.ymnn, of : '
t HJ'I'IIJI| unjj.ir:\ eiineruixeil Couteyani'lng a *y Lanlnna Fla.
apMlalty. '
.I! S on two m-ren of hold.k Jr. -iana, nnd. return Along the Lake.. will IH second to none ever LEMON CUV.: 1)AIB CO.. "'L.\. 7-UO-II4 Andrew rail.'" Myera W.i uaniflt.if, N Laniaua' 41a' .

t k MoisterSMold I tin1 tni -nr at .", rents, hore art numerous' places w hich(, given in this country eX'toptllltint:\ Meeht-l; ilerekel. :: :,

I' i s pound' "and HID lyrnp nt5! t cents n would! g'rllI I hcneflled, by such n wonderful. Vol'!Id's, Fair. Kven compared It. SIMMONS J.n'O.I\' J.M.BAUO.Hednter.VoTICR ; .

;gallon: lillI't Juno the line with J\ PAPER
I would l tap the thutolle will Und. many
In n letter to IheHam"JlII.lielitioli.; railroad I A ATTORNEY T.LA WCulllll'
; to Jupiter a nil north an rd n(1tableadditions. FOR PUBLICATION
;
;, J' Sir. Masters. gives" some /Hf 'uriH in regard I on the Kant: Side, It would touch SlHlvti Circuit, Court 'IIII11I"'lr'' fur r '
nt 1 ,
t the- Noulhel DUtrk-t. .
of t lorldii.Notary
; to liirt( :. LAkDOtriCI AT GlIXOVILLK .
production of cunc. lie the Lake \Vorth Hotel Ft* I
and ,
other Public J.iuinrv' 'ilh, IMtf: I
the State
r :>. IIUJ'tI : places' of interest (Juosts of, the The man who has never seen Lake for at Large lamed Notice. sealer fi la hrrebr ha Died given .that, the folios nl
,
nolliw
1' COCOANUT aiiovu:, FLA. of Ala 'Intention
.' 'I plant shunt' two acres yenrly in !I'oinc'Uina nul the other hotels Worth, never dreamed in the shade Ollie at Iti'nldi'uc : to: make dn: d| iimof in aupixirt. : i<4 hlaclaiin( and
1-1'4-ly Hint laid I pnmt will be ._
Hiipirvnneliarrelt 'fhill'll''I' l m k i >
:' .. + of 1111\11:\ .to the* me acre twenty-!20O Mould take the trip around, for'the! of her cocoa palms, nevtr breathed In [euu 1104: ruurl, at Juno,VtoT.:on-icii i.;,iiib.w:

: I\1 pound of sugar to Hie (Hi rro'I. The novelty of the I thing III the salt, vigor/! -induciug air from The GEORGE R. LYHAt, of Lanlana. Florida.

j S Iripw from IIi, sugar yflldah0ul. ten (On the West\ Coast there" is an her .ttluutk.Nholw, never silted| in li.43H.11.1|) 11173NforIto: K. -IS. E.W SiUIN1liofem. ; \., 13' ,

11 to eighteen allonx ofnyrnp to .each cJt'Cll'il road from the! city of Tampa tidy. craft lJI'or I her, boHom, or rolli|" For Sale II. lIue.th. folluwliig wilueawa to |ifgve .

l J luirn-l.! of $ug.lr.:\ There in a ready" to H.illatit foist, on T.I; in'pa Lilly u tnred the mighty denizens o.f f her ....----..* r .. .hUrnntiiiuiMK.r. said 'land, vu n":",idcne UHIII| and eultirallua
sllefortlu'Ny04p) )| nt .; c-eiitu Three 1I1"C"un.I'.r|
t : gallon. per distance'' of nine ,miles. The road waters, is surely) to lie' niimbeledamong -gaarterof a mile front on Lake Ilia. W, I'lrnw, of Ilyloluau.N lenanah'la.
I-- Worth, just two mile SoutL of West And l>w XV.Oarni-lt.ol .. N
starts the tug! blessed. ,
near great
Mr. :
Ma T.nnp.i J.
-tl'rIlI'elt on low pine, land li.iy Hotel W. Porter of M
I
Palm Beach the coming
} with n grtl.V, innckj'' soil and a xiindy, ) and makes the run to Hallust t'oint .... last Coast, being, lot 4 of Sec city 34 of T.the 43 STATE Of Jaa-tU H J. U.. 1UKCO, Ke tntcr.

t- r I cl.iy 1411",..uiJ. Jle fertility uith manure in about forty-Hvi minutes. Curs IkukCo11uly( is run S. R. 43 E., aud lots i aud :a of SecT 3, FLORIDA TTT*
leave hour. on strictly ,
w. front, Ktnik.la every Thin road pays, business, T. 44 S., R. 43 E-, aud containing 144.741 1 police FOR PUBLICATION. ,
.in] U run l throughout the piincipleg. It has no debt, :
the LakeVoilli Id-gion lire toI' ; entire! acres. .-This land has an exceptionally :
Coninii.sHloners !Plttll.'ull. V. S. LAND Orrict, '
Luin- Gursrnu.r FGA. )S'
,
|III' found year. fine lakerout.. If
i thousands" ofncreaof land you are.lookiog for ... I.-.
: ''' i
Hllillll.l" fur the cultivation Whiltf we have. no such population I hart IteR-lier and White 'believe .in home you cajnot afford to let.this .M n.snare: :l Is hrrrby' gives that ltrl/fulln3'lug.
of 111" up. mutt hat Sled notice of : ::f;
tf' .;...- (Of)t these, none aru more valuable' as Tamp.i and its environs, there this. ThpJ.urecu..ful: and conserva opportunity slip by.:: As a speculationthe 'iu that, Mid Sisal Jo"lln auiiprt ol surlalmtlaa would be tive.! Yut Jade lies a comfortable purchaser can t'lhis tract into tin- pruuf will be mail I before Clerk
,4 olt (
; I thru I Ilie nil.iiineil' U\'I'lIuwe.II.Uld. n Hiillicicntly large travel butt a{ Juno, Fla., on March 11\II.
Co'irt' House( "and '' lots and double his money; Title laws: via:
new for
Ju..ingthe. winter -paid. ; I per. I.
'l'tiehllllnuoF.; months at HARVEY
: (
,
Cloud Hiigur plantation uny C s e r e. OEER. tf Lanta"". Florida '
}k rate, to WliatotlW! couuuty' in Florida can feet. Price; $100.oo per acre. Nothing 4 $0s4 lid. :334K3. for the XV.' ,
j' flJ.. in the Kixkimmee Valley" theproperly warrant u schedule of, say t tllla"Loke else l In the Vicinity at this figure. Will fit., +4ns,4aE.I!:: }, or Jill:. .'... iItJu., AN,

': 1 of llaniilloii DinMon, is a tour trips per d.iy. e.junl} .*. accept oue.-balfca.sli, baluice on mart ''II.Ito....t'nu.stma' ."In..r"f.il".,,lowliiK,.._: witnruei lo prova
,
II ,? Case in point. The tool k IIf re.-l.iim- Here is un opporluiiity) for capit- gage for oue and two years. Addressor J.f,,a,_|1.llonol.| vix: uiwn" viivultuatkya\
W.lum.un
k j inthe. hind on which, this ,plantation t ilists who would, like to invest ID the'Ninth. Worth may welUile. called) call .upon. JauiMN 1'aikvr.'k. of heal" I'alnf, .. llcieh" na.

{, tir i-t hit nation u-a+ liegun;: Mxrth,1Mt/ : 1.Tli 1. ; At the rapid rate of growth The 1 Celestial! Kegiou," One way to ROBBINS. GRAHAM! CHII.I.INCWOaTH "'Mirahd 1151. Gu'hnrmowu.ol'Uerilvl' .. ul Lahlaaa. FNetk' ...- .1<
> reach it is Ma the Indian alf )KIIO, Fla.) t'al.4.; '" 4
known here for the Uiver and J. U BAHco 6e
L >* land here. I ij inutk and prairie past year or two, AdvertisingRate {!'! !',.
' i handsome the railroad from Jupiter t"a"ns. .
| dividend. could
UJ' means of n uyBteni of canaU, be .' -
n I Ilrg' earned by an electric street passing through Mais and] Venus, LOB PRINTING FOR q
'' portion of the Val'e.v' of the railway. NOTlca I'UBIIC4TION. ;
I '_ and l fur front the late .
"; running nut
within
l Iti-utiainiee.\ company a fey -
liver UUM drained. intoLike. years. C. J,
S
;i; j Okpfhobee) There are no such attractions office of THE 1 Sex. Not only this, ,, Send. THE THoritALSG5a trial or. LAOS UFFICII. \i.'u.a., i'LLlhntkx ,<
.
,
und J
:
l3Lh.
through the 11193.
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for work We have
der
\ but Mercury even fell there u few job a complete lel".br" SitU 'balha .
along the West
t CalooKahatche, Coast line Sheet Aal"e" IOIkaaK.
as "lIlrr has
river into the Cull are Jobe job office, good stock, latest &II died hi" llIte.LIoII

I 01 Mexico." ICjilroadii were then Iniilt! seen ou every Hide, about tlieshores weeks' ; ago. 'faces of types competent workmen Oh.Ulu..ana'Jtr''IIIIIUI''f.. pna.l a 111 b, mud .buiurl. iu U.", .5.........
r '''I..inn.r 1010.
.
j i III afford. un outlet to the north, and of Lake Worth. and our pricet are aa low as consistent 04th!.I IIIJi": 01,"has Cowauut Lrove biaqua; rWrck, .' _

I _. .i.i.1: tlieS't. Cloud) 6'lIt..rpl.jtt i-t-talilifliiil' Let us b.iye the road: by next Then, : culture of{ ...the pineapple baa mausbip.with good Letter material beads, Btatements and work. red William. :K-J4UH.: E.tonne Ruiiell, of Lemon City, Fla.

f ,; .. in If'cST.: Kver.v; f.u-ility. for inakinir winter.' reached great proportions this bill hea on name
Ap Ino
butt refining ung.ir can bo found region. That of the cocoanut will, tags, visiting cards, folders in oil the -hi.cualinufiito n'following..""u.>. JIUtI wllnnara, IA jmita,

.heie.A. SV 'T/lE"'N FLORIDA in the /near future, be equally angrent. latest designs, and posters. o/, sad Und, : vu: aau\ etllIrlxWa"

// nt'cnt writer, speaking' -- : t. TueStx; lulievca. A New: SpJUrvahi. r.;..* I-e._. yz. *. 't
moreJ"u'UcIIIUI'IJ' Those of us who have reached middle l. Plu''lerot N .1 ''t,
T of the Bettion above York tlrni has ugreeil us soon at the More lu Heist .plication.TTTTT. 1.1J-tiL JolluWatllustot w .'L ....;., .,

k a ( referretltobaMaid:; uge well recollect as school chile protldction of f nuts is sufficient to ....- ; J.M.J Zl tRC9'Re: .

"IIJ'| H glance at u few utatinticu, We dreu8tndjingUeographytbe"ireatAmerican ; warrant jt. to (pu4 iq. an eteulsig Two splendid store-rooms r jut at ,
taunt be. IVsert" und the Florida West Palm Beach. One is 12x60 and Land -
seriously impreMseil with the plant for desiccating this fruit. buyers
; Ihe other.iS4! < .. They are well) ) "GIld lad home-seeker
future of the fut ored Kverglades.. Longsiucethedesert \ located: do .'ClllO lend
rtgiou\ lierrttouidered. in one of the best buildings in tie town.Inquire 8 8iII list ot buds for OU, revised
idrulies
1 It is with I humiliation disuppearetl with the lain'ulo which we have for
1 to
) ,TMIS SDI shines for all. So.bICyibe. j of the Ijditor< ( TUE To] IcaL Lake Worth, New sale 9G
the industry : w<| entl'rprkwnfthe t who knew nil the time how fertile JI a HafprU: ntontbtl for f 1. .. 4 i ;SUN for terms and particulars. c J {( eaJae. AddreTulC'River P"II'ant! BaJ'COI1lf\Bls.:

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=_ THE: TROHOAL SUNs'THUfiSDAT: FEBfctJABY 7, 1895, 6

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,NOTES'OF llJi. ) '.;srPointers r., r.A.. TRAVELER. n portion/ of the bast Const of the Island. will rise up h,1< call us blessed and We shall \be pleased} to furnieli- -Information

on Madagascar People and It Wits notan uncommon eight cheerfully pity the principal on lobe A Few of: flur as to lands and locationsin t

Customs..Frederick to wo torpedoes lying some few feet bonds we propose to issue. ; Bargains. Dude and Bietard Counties, to ''
the 1I
"If bill Is legislature
a through
"'V from the shore. Some of these hud put all bona fide home-seekers, or land
I ( to authorize the Issue or
Tailor, F. n. 0. S., 01 never been exploded( was shown by bond It scarcely become a law buyers. Wo have within our con.Irol .

New York city, the well-known the fact that many natives lost their! can properties to suit men of small 1
Afr before 1st. If petitions. for
can and' Madngnscan explorer, fa a lives in using them to build fires un bonds arc May acted on favorably at the THE DADE COUNTY REAL means"', and men of large menus,

TIM**,here der while their food the those who want to Improve, end t.
; Mr, preparing by
Taylor IH a dis. May meeting of the county commissioners -
tinguiMied gentleman! and |has been a roadside. the election cannot take ,ESTATE &\ ABSTJRAOT OF those In.. who want to buy to specula ?

; world-wlde'tl'aveler' all his life H An original idea" of Mr Taylor's, place until June lOlh. If the vole .-' TITLE TUB DADS COUNTT REAL ESTATE : I

': i 18 the youngest; ton of the late Moses which established the fad that he is canvassed and certified at a spec- COMPANY AND ABSTRACT COMPANY '

; B; Ma}lor, of New York city loves his country is an interesting lal meeting In June and bonds are, Are /'lY'PI1'1 to FamishKujenmth! Tracts Almost any Size or Value Wesl Palm Beach, Fla.
f.
Mr. Taylor has one. Woven in nil of his undervests ordered struck at the regular meet to Suit Purchaser's 3/eabs or Desires .
recently
from Brazil, where he has returned next to his heart is n silk American '' ing in July, the bids for the bonds '.

been| en about in His 'I' cannol be opened} until the ,regular Below Will Be Found Some County Directory,
Raged; ; 89.au officer on the dynamite Hog six Inches length; in So that under of Our Bargains : ,
meeting August.
cru, er "Nktheroy" In reason for wearing this Is lint he COUNTY OFFICERS. I"
the the most favorable circumstancesno
revolution there. recent visits so many places outside of the road money will be put In clr- S S S S 5 A. E. HKYHBR: .. County Judge. f Ii
A. F., QDIMHY, Circuit Court Clcik.
; ,
iccntsoind of travel 1 that
During the paths
middle ofAugust.
months of culalion until the
October, November N. K. COHLES, Tax An ennor.T 1,11
':. and ,December, ho has been should anything happen to him, the ." No. 3. 24 acres of, :Lake front, list of cheap lands, carefully se. J.II A HOLE, Tax'ulectori(: ) \ !I

,; shooting'bedr and deer In Arknnans flag would establish his native coun- -- -r _--- extending back to_the"fresh water lecled from the Canal Company's A. W. OARNETT, Treasurer. '

and whil there uneaithed NEGLECTED. stream west of Juno. This' land is lands( : (I. L. MAC-DONALD, Surveyor. I. j'
try.A OPPORTUNITIES
historic many pi-e- peculiar custom some of easy of access lo the railroad 1160 any*In 8re. K. T. IS, n. M till per acre E. H. BRADLEY, Supt. Pub. hurt t \
among _. .
curios _
from It.u"
,
the mound in n so In t T St, I&.r acre .,
a -Montgomery" : the tribes of natives of this Islands of the wharf, steamer and sailboat docks 8' "In. K T. 60,, R. 4t. I' .er aero COUNTY COJI.VI)b1OVIR.S. f
County How many people are aware SO In '' M1 TfM, II 4J. 25 Per are
This his first visit lo the preservation of I the juice from and nlmoRt certain at Juno, is all high, useful land for 40 It In T. T,1l.I R, 41. M wmrra V. W. PITTS.Chairman. Luke Worth. r 'I
this great pro"t.lnoY8tel' ,,
State 40 ,
and n IK.T.4I.-R. 4H I o
the. remains of their dead which is pineapples has a pretty Lake It .raere II. K SEWALL:: Sewall's 1 Point.
and he. Is pleased cultivation how little |lee In II, T 40, n it, U) wrncnt l'
: with th. climate capital front of 40 rode This "wlll :be 10 In 4. 'F. 811, R. 41, JO irncr O. W. LAI.NHART, Palm Iteadi. I
and other kept in eai them jars in their huts. It have bed 140 In t' lr" TI1I: It, fl.' '1ft acre
attractions which Florida and labor requires to a sold in a body for $6.000. or In lots lie In is, T. M R. 41, H err per acre S. A. BLLCHEK, ,. Cocounut Urove. '

posses**. He has been on n hunt. This juice Is rotten by means of sufficient to realize thousands of do)- of :4 acres, at $1000 per lot, each 4 No. 15.' A splendid Iract'lhal is E.. L. WHITE Lemon City.Commissioners ,-

log trip hi ; tightly wrapping the bodies in animal acre strip. 110 Jtet.ILak' meet in regular session
the-Ercrglndes where hI'. lore? Where any or vegetable having on the, market for a few wl'ek1\tDly. ,
clothes and ; them. The on the first Tuesday in eiuh ,
being a student of anthropology squeezing I grows spontaneously Is the place Irontnge. This t.ract.He in Juno, 100 acres of splendid fruit land, month.
,
was! afforded, a good opportunity of body is afterwards conveyed to n elected by sensible people. Now we the County seat, and is a rare,1 bar- through which passes the Bay Big- --..-- .. (

ntudylng( the habits and customs torah which is generally constructed are aware that oysters grow spontaneously gaIn as an investment, not 'consij-: : cayne Stage Line, Within .mile COUNTY SCHOOL 110.1 RD. ,

the Seminole Indi n8. on. n hill side. in our bays, inlet and ering the value of the land for the. of the famous natural bridge at \v .ILI'AUK4.Chiairottni'alnlltencli! "

To be a life member of the The Island is rich in minerals, Ivers. Each oyster pr., erly culture tropical fruit. Arch Creek. E. It. ItiiADLEYSccretilry, Lantaua. .l '

Royal many specimens being; in Mr. Tay- favorable will No. 64. Here is oneof ,tbe No. 16. On Old Rhodes Key- 11'. L. WWfMYElt. Jupiter. Y
GeojrrnpMcBl planted ground
Society of London, a for collection. on choicest bargains when Inn quality 248 acres,18 of this ia cleared and has E. L. WHITE, Lemon City. 2 1 1a
'. life member of the Anthropological! produce one million a year. In this of.land and its location is consldered .
| Mr. 2,400 fruit trees of from 2 lo 6
will remain hero
?I1lt.itts,0'' prent, Britain and Ireland.'fs \ until Taylor April, viewing the probably scenes- east a very common thing is to have : 86 acres of land in Juno ; years old, many in bearing. (House, Miss L. M.JONES I'OTSDAM., Instructor.Supervisor.. I t !w t

a distinguished honor which for supper yearling oysters token three acres of this consists' 'a cistern and oilier improvements.A U. KITTUINU: J'f
;,
Mr. long Lake Worth and other places owner's A few rich muck bed while the
TAJ'lor hAS received for his from tin plant. acres remaining sure bargain at 2500. .
I and discoveries explorationa here that are rarely visited by man. will enrich any one giving the busi- 83) acres is first quality hummofck No. 18. On old Rhodes Key- JUriTEU.MIH ,:
of the __ MARY I H. LMHS, Instructor. ? t
-- ePRESERVING land. Five is cleared
; Dark Continent and elsewhere. less proper attention a very few acres and 40 acres high, dry fruit land well J. A. ARMOUR. Supervisor.

Mr. Taylor is a modest FRUIT SHIPMENTS years New Smyrna may be made under cultivation, having :iber'eon located. and cheap al $5 per acre.
gentleman, ... about three hundred fruit trees, JI'NO. .
and has eluded to, rival.Ilaltimorein the production.New No 24. '80 1 miles .
the public for acres lying } OUOE.NELEE: Instructor.SiipcrvlM.jr.! '
gaze thrifty lemon 'limes
carload orange, ,
A test of of fruit guava
shipping a
several da.ts. lie has visited Smyrna Breeze. avacado south. of Lake Worlh, less than j E. PKTKRSE.V: : \ .
the pear, sugar apples, ..goose
and flowers from California( to the
mile from
lobe Atlantic Ocean fronts
Rchoolsj' hero and '
given The uncleared .
interesting ---- ---- berry. portion con. : \
Cast 1 without the of Ice has been
talks' to the scliolors on his use silts of a beautiful of pal. on the County Road and is crossed MRS. W. L. WlDMEVKR, Instructor.MAMIO.NH. '
travels mode recently. A car was sent from VALUE OF CASTOR BEAN. nelto grove by Ihu Coast. Canal being construcleil UEO.SBow'LEVt Supert'ISUr. ;
Madagascar,the habits rend and hard woods. The tract .
customsof -- (
NiwC/rlenns which between and
Los An jtlts10 Bay Biscayne '
the ib high, dry and healthy only LAKE j
natives of one- WORTH.
that Island
and the J. B. 1'arramore assistant state .
Worlh. will
Lake
VMS supplied with sterilized air during $1,600 cash buy
diamond third of a mile from the ocean Miss MAUDE I ELLIOTT, Instructor, 1
fields
of Africa with which chemist, forwarded to the Agricul I. i.liis located of
heis the whole time of transit east beach, fronts'on Little Lake Worth, desirably tract vegetable E. N. DIMICK, Supervisor. I
so familiar urul Department at Tallahassee! land.
'and return to California, carrying from Orlando few and has t mile front on Lake WEST I'ALM DBACII.Mms .
days
His; exhibit of Madagascar a ago, a No. 17. Fronts on Middle River,
curios, buck n part of its shipment to show ample package of cltRtor.bellnllleul. Worth. This body of 86 acres, all DAISY HUTLEH, Instructor.D. t '
In 107 This
connection with $ seres at $60 aero.
an African exhibit : how well it had been preserved. The meal came from! St. Louis wherq choice land, located al the County per l.NOEitsoLL, Supervisor.LA.NTANA. ,
lies the confluence of the
tract
at the World's Fair, attracted a After being out fourteen days "both. JOB toft the castor oil is now prod eat, and at the terminus of wale'rand near .
Middle River and New River and
great deal of attention, In as much need. This item is not, without in.erest rail transportation.No. ..
an
there were Included the fruit and the flowers, says the 1 1frl'sh or IIIA'nllll'unct'! to Florida cul; has a water frontage of over halfa Miss AMY M. MA.VS, Instui'tor.

that collection "ul.ire lleg'tbter, "weie perfectly ivutors by any means. The pOIllAce'or 40. A len-acre.lracl on the mile. E. II. BRADLEY, Supervisor.LEMON .

Sakalava masks which were taken and even stems of the grapes; meal is made from the castor J 1. & L. W. Ry., north"of Juno, be- No. 57. A 20 acre Lake front : CITY

by' him from that ferocious tribe hu.lnQt wilted\ all hough the weather bean from which the oil has been ex* log '\ strip. 354 feel. wide otf the property on lobe west side of Lake Mae AnA F. MERRITT I I Instructor.E. '?

during his journey on foot in the Interior wd been 113 warm as 101 degrees ructeil. According to the Jtlllirlill' norlh side of Lot 6, Sec. 33, T.\41( Worth, about two miles from Palm L. WHITE, Supervisor.CtfOANUr -J\j

of the Island of Madagascar.These during of the journey." teed! analysis, it contains ammonia R43. This place is parity (improved Beach, splendid residence tract of
part 6 to 7 per cent; phosphoric acid 1% has a small house ; excel- GROVE.
are the only ones that have fruit land, 26 rods frontage on the
The sterilized air is produced by o2 per cent; potash 1X to 2 per lent water the ocean MIMI MARIE MANN, Instructor! ,
'Also overlooking Lake. Cash price, $2,500.No. .
ever.been'seen:. in the collection .
condeneingairby/ men us of the air cent. Thus it will be seen that Cllnt.or.belln liiciuiti CARNEY, Supervinor.,
for miles has fine view of the
a 62. Is a 65.acre'tract, op-
,.was a curious shaped 1 ring menl is more valuable
resembling and thus as
generatinglent ,
rakecylinders, :
Lake is the elevation
un highest poste Pills Island. Lake Worth LOKIHA UXIS.17'l1llN.
Fertilizer than cotton-seed meal. The
a ahurk's Jaw. This was ,which destroys all microbes, !between Juno and Jupiter, has sev* front. Price $150
xperiinents made by It. I). Kirkpatt per acre. Members from D.ide County. .
presented to Mr. Taylor by the late mccilli and fungus gents. Tho sup- rick during the past season in the cent thousand pineapple plants a No. 70. IR 73 acres Lake front lkDEIITMonltow'IitusvilleS'ilii:;; ... ---0' -

King Ja Ja of Opohn, Went Africa, ply of'sterilized air, it is said can be cultivation I of the castor-beau as A I Itle1 healthy, prosperous condition, and between Juno and Oak Lawn, westside F. S. MORSG. Miami, Representative.

in appreciation of his services in kt'Pup us the, truin proceeds at. crop, while not successful Huau- can be bought. for $1,000, Price $150 per acre. This -0-

securing the! King's release (from Imost no cost The new process i I. chilly for the best of reasons, J'\\ No. 55. Hole, Sound land I lying: will bo divided into. tracts if de State Directory j
deaons*rate.l that the b<*ans catsl.egruwu ._ ...
exile and in -- -- -
sired.
s.iving the Prince'slife, culled the Perkin's method after the
hero in close to water fron;, 5 acres cleared, 1
His vast collection heru in com.prised : inventor, un 1 Episcopal clergyman otaliforma. Cuimus, where HS HUci-eHofully they have proven as mall house, good well, all gtpd 1 No. 63. Is an 80-acre tract of LXWUTl I)N 1'.1 UTMKXI'. .

of a few of these relics, together The process can be aile"",- pratt table to farmers.-St. Francis pineapple.land,60 acres. ; yyI i pine land near County Road ; 0 IEMIY L. MITCHELL, Uovernm.NO. .
miles north of Lemon City. Good
with Madagascar relics aid to vessels, and it Is F.u. ts. ,. L. CRAWFORD State.VM. .
lIy applied ocean .-. The following list of lands were pineapple land. Price $1,000. Sec'yof

photographs which are both intei- aimed, that it will revolutionize the preferred ''selections from 400',000 No. 66. la a tract of 74.38: acres U. BLOXUVM, Comptrollei. ,

eating and instructive. carrying trade of perishable fruits. CORRESPONDENCE. acre of canal lands, and these ee.eclions : on eat side and north end of Lake C.! II. COLLINS, 'J're tsurer.tynI. .
jeneral.
LAMAR
Some peculiar reminiscenses are Another method which California ns most were made by one of the Worth. Splendid building sites "IIIE.\TM.Hu"t.l'uh B. Attorney, Instruction.
One of the interesting fea ,
told by this distinguished travelerin experimenting. with, having the uresof. the County weekly teat expert judges and appiaise'rsof and vegetable lands. Price for the L n, WOMHWELL, Com. .\ I'i"lIhure. v

regard to his explorations of the same end in view, is shipping fruit in lobe of papers land values in Florida. The fol. I whole $25,000.No. 'ATRICK IIOUIITOX.tljlltnnt.nel'UI.; .
department
-
Dark Continent, and most especiallythe carbonic acid. Both methods nre Readers turn lo corrl'lIpondeoce. this almost lowing letter accompanied the list'of 37. Is a 13-acro tract on Offices at TalLihasriCP, Florida. "
in hands for
Island of Madagascar. His aimed to be promising. tracts placed our west side of Lake Woilh not tar r
very the first. glance ,to Ire what ale I). S. S'A 1'OllS.

travels there were uiromplUhed( at 'ivk'a I/Iustratl'tl.t/ollthl)'. their. acquaintances in oth-r parts Gay :MclcalEsq.., AlaaagrrTropkal from County sent! Nice little SAMUEL PAHCO I"ntl'I.lIu.WII.KINMIIX : c I
spot, for a home. Price $$150 per CALL Jacksonville.
his pwn. expense, nor was he even ----e. are doing. Even the business man Real Fatale Exchange, Juno, Dada. =-

accompanied! by any white man. Is often saved much lime and .Inconenience County, Fla. acre.No. U. S. CO.VGIILSS.IIL.V.C .
MORE.ABOUT ROADS. 41. One of our choicest bargains
\' in noting here that John Data Bin. Irnrlo ehrremlih lI.to of Inn townetl Jai'kHonviIli
His Jayes were his constant com :- ] M.COOPKU: -
-
with
-- -- -- is atractof 100acrea .
a
bv me In Brvvaril and Un.la Cutmtiea,
Jones with whom he has business
ptinlo'nsjthey ailing as his", bearers. TitusUlle papers are agitating wbif'll I 'wl.h i lo offrr for mile T u.. binds Frontage Of half A Mile on Lake It. S. MALLOHY. : l'e''sucola. .
relation la mere picked by me Irolll hit 400H)0 acres of
taking a hunting trip |
It is forthis reason that he Is known the subject of a county shell road Innol owned. by HID onnl I "'<>.. (Intl nfwhlihlxnininu.l Worth. A part i is of unexcelled SUPRJ'.IIECuUltl'.iUDGE.*. r

by'the:Unlives of this place as "The The Advocateol last Friday was 1.0. Biscayne Bay or some oilier lowest' ca>)b au price.I.re l for all any tholce or nil Hilutiiont.of ibee lands)Iv I vegetable land and lobe rest is No. n. LIDDON. Chief.fustice. .

White'King.-' entirely devoted, editorially, to a place i.MO per acre Yours Truly, ; 1 pineapple and tropical fruit land. i1. II. MAIIUY, Associate Justiie.
THE SUN Is particularly desirous H.r.1'AYLOII. ; "I""u
r'erenuror.I; en which beasts iscussion of the question. For This will be @ol.lln lots of 5 acres (
of gelling bright, newsy agents No. 6 S! ol NW}. Sec. 15, T. 1 -
of burden run walk or haul any. lobe information of Dude's citizens, and correspondents in all parts bf 35, R. 40-80 acres about mile and upward, or we will sell the. en- 4

thing, but narrow paths instead. and with a view to broaching the. the lower Coa tRe lon. Send in from Fort Pierce. High pine and tire tract at a figure that will surprise Genera/ Directory

Through these paths the traveler abject to readers in this section, your notes. Never mind the spell, 1 spruce pine land, good for pineapples anyone who knows the valueof COl'Rl"U.\LKXI.IK\
,
.
from that Lake
flout. '
was, 'obliged( to be carried on the "e reproduce clippings log or the grammar or lobe punctuabn. I and vegetables. Terms water properly on ''I (Seventh Circuit.) j

backs. tqli 11I1'11.. ill what is'" known issue"When: an individual contem. We will\ do all that for you. I $800 cash. Worth.No. 53. On lobe Sound, 4 miles .J. 1 1). BitooMb, t'ircnitJudge. <

asaFilajand, which" consists of two he What we want is the news. No. 7: About | "mile from the [.J. 1). BMIGS, tat Attorney, .
home of have 44-acre
con.
plates building a north Jupiter, we a !
There few sections where south I KPRINU' TERM. Lie
are river the west side of the
poles and 11. piece i of canvas for a iden the date of his finances, his on tract, one eighth mile water front! let Monday March 4
interest OsccolnCounty, ,
of the
lot
nothing ) great of the St. Lucie River. Pine
slier., By) ,tJlis 'nitum he journeyed 'probable! future income, the kind of prong good residence site and first-class Orange 2.1 .
outside world takes 1Llike
ever place. and pine land, first quality
I'.OOO mile from north to south, lousq he can afford, sod pre'pareRpllAul spruce pineapple land. Railroad runs 4th" It.. t..
When such a happening does our pineapple land ; NE} of NW i, Sec.) ,
and con. west end of land. We :2d April.
He or more
330 iilltw; from east to weal gets one clove to -
cur, the seclion must. be sequestered 7. T. 88, R. 41 : This tract. embraces 4th" .,
trevard
tractors to make figures. IUIJ'Iuldlie have a special bargain price on this
1h.e first one to discover the race indeed for It street
was nol to 40 acres Cash price x*400. Dade '' 1st Monday after 4th:
the. same in this road queltlo'o.fbe land if sold soon. .
of the'Dwnrfs there, of which so little at distance And this
someone a
in
No. 10. 74 and 58-100 acres in Monday April.
- people as a whole should act No. 19. Theree.fourlhs. of u
is known. In the. matter of this great pro- someone, by reading the paper, Lot 3, Sec. 30, T. 38,, B, '42, about mile of high bin IF river fronts at f'\LI TtII I.OKceolal'uullty .
These beings are the lowest scale learns news which'' had there been half mile from of St.) LucieKjver. let Monday in Oct.
posed improvement in a buniness-. one prong Paradise Point!, on Italic Sound, 2.1 "
of' humanity. They dwell in caves 01) correspondence he probably Level pine and spruce pine One Orange 4. ,J.
like way. No truly meritorious four miles north of Jupiter. Lake 4th ItI VSIGXAL

which are adjacent to the rivers, reject. will gutter from close in. would nevei have heard of. and, good for vegetables and pine. of the most sightly and healthy lo I Volnsi.i 2d .' Nov' # '
in
lever
A also
o ami retreat when necessary! to the esUjiation ; but it. is always a sign: ending such correspondent items lot) lobe apples. Price, $750, cash. Gallons on Indian River In the UI'l'vurJ" 4th '. f}

branches of trees where they have of weakness to attempt. to. rush any newsy has chance nol No. 11, 80 acres, about one art "f the pineapple region and Dade IstMondayufterthe 't'

constructed bamboo rafts to float project hrough blindly, or lo chokeiff only bounty' to keep paper, with the a news fromIber half mile from Indian River on the adapted to all kinds of semitropical 4th Monday in,November.U. :. :':;.. ,j

tlrIlaod free discussion. We therefore. up west. side of Jupiter Narrows SEJf fruits. The new railroad ruus : '
dried
They live, on of the world but to S. LAXDOPFICK. +-
,
rice upon.and talk u gibei-Uh which reBembles ay let. us have all possible light.; practice part himself in the art of corespondence SWi, l\ec2.: T. 40, R. 42. High across. the west end of the "tract. J. AI. BAIICO, Register.", r

of lIIonkl' let every district. have its public which ia itself i III a spruce pine, excellent for plneap. This land .will be sold in lob of \. U. WAISWIIIGHT, Receiver.:, ,
chattering a ) ,
mreting.. discuss the matter pro valuable plea or any tropical frui.... Gash five acres and upwards to .suit. purr J. C. SLCKTM, Surveyor-ererul!
dark in color. training. .
They are exceedingly and con, and then. send delegate Wrlle for TUB SUN Work for price $300 chasers. 1 Offices at (OllinE>ilVille. Florida.Volusi.i .

are shout 3\ feet in h..igbtllI\\"e to a county convention, where the No. 12, 80 acres looted! about No. 72. On the Celestial Line : "
TUE SUN. And its : ?
hair all over their bodies and are lIuhJetshould be freely and finally! grateful rays t mile from Indiab River, on welt between Jupiter and Junp, fronting GOh'T SERVICE DEJ"74 f't r

ferocious when attaiketl. Ucus ed. of intelligence will spread overall ;. side of Jupiter Narrow. SJofNEJ, on the beautiful AllanticBeach, we J. W. CIIO.NK, Observer J..'

Mr Taylor was an honored guest "Tie| assessed value of Brevard this broad land to givn bop Sec. 11, T. 40, R 42. High rolling bav' 93 acres of good residenceand Observatory at Jupiter Inlet. r'j,'::, t'
and hundred of 1
to '
plans Uj '1
Fandrona festival or annual county. real estate will, in all probability suggest 'iue a nd spruce land. Prt exce- pineapple land, which we will : ,
the "
wide-awake and ambitious readers.
at ,
GO] r L1FK-SA VIXG SEH VICE
silver bathtub increase ten per cent per ent vegetable laud and rlpine sell in a body, or in ocean front *
in her __ ___ '
the Queen .
bath of is nnuui duriug the next ten years ; h apple land. 'Perms $800, cash lots of len acres and upwards. We ( Station near Jupiter Inli-t.) .( .. 't.$ ., -

at Antananarivo. Her name is the or, in other words. It will, double In educational facilities and 'alu. No. 1*.--About 8IIer uilteffformIhaJuDi 1 ba've a special) figure to offer a pur. Cats !to CABLIN, .Captain of J'rewj > j.I i
Kanavaoloraan Juka III. She ..be.. land is sold in short JOHN 11. CHANT, No if :. "I ; I
Kanilaravonywhrt before 1105.* If real estate values tory results flowing therekrom Flori- ) C
consort of the prime minister double in ten years, and they have da ranks high among ber aUtertales. IwrcnllnJ.Jt. L. ,\. By. on ,the. time.; THOMAS MITCHELL .- '4'i2J 3N J "' @x, .
himself from thefe5\ I ,
divorced lone far more than that in the past. Other total population iu east, and the Canal on Is a I,. K. BUUXSON, .u,1I-lYJ/: /!'!":; ,, i '

his first family. decade i the county revenue will also er 1 JO acres, par.jpf.whlf hvlfguou I DANIEL ROMS, '.:W'"J"; '. :"
.
we..lllit.. ,...
890!) only 2S.6 cent ..
of per and of We have various properties on "
ruling race land a part
Tb Hova are the / double in the tame time. The pineapple HABRY DuBois- 1 ,F. ..
Island. They are of Mol/Jyor- advocates for and the opponents ate. Only two other state have a coacUls of the richest muck, anduitable Bay Biscayne, at l,ew River. and : ._, : "
that lower cent and U Kentucky Tbe to Lake Worlh. Also at OOrT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICED ; "
when $Jheirnncestors crossed against the county chell road should per one for truck farming.I adjacent ., ..r'

lA'ill.lmt U "ot take this into consideration). \Uiich U credited with 21.7 percent. canal crosses at or near one corner Melbourne on Indian River, vary ( Light House at J.upiter Inlettfl "

the Indian* *Pceaq f 'j.kilo" definitely RewewberIf the road I ill built, il U md Texan! with 10.7. T"lllit'lllll'fhull giving the best of transportationfor ing In price from $10 per acre- to JAMES A, .\i'MOt'u, r. ", Keeper'K. :"-

'.' nol for ourselves alone, but for the this atone per cent of illiterate a* all product $1,800. $50 per acre; Town lots in' Juno 1 U. AtiEB, -. Ut A HsiBtiBtiJ \

Just prior to Mr. bud Tujlor'bombarded firs coming generation. Our children Horida.\ Kxchangtj: No, 14. W. bay- the following and A Melbourne, from. ... $:3 upaid.. AI'm:, .;i'nd: .r'\\"a\!" ..

the French .
visit rti ere I
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P't .. I .. G THE TBOPIOAL; SUNl THURSDAY, FEBRUARY> 1895. .



t.Ji. r -- -THE LAKE AND THE BAY. open-- to COllllllulIl'ntlllll..t.he'lItire f -lake Worlh & Biscayne BaySchooner The Germania Life Insurance ,Company a n ,,

t, ._. I
f -- fniin the lint
I! J''ur.ltre free wjnw'ol
h :;, Dr.) W. H. Omlll""'" a,is'II 1d'rhi! theImli.in KITH. .and} ftnffri rlligerirrqtkl: tjie) innrlilPM JOJINSON _i'AssIN tI1'lt---: c.W NI:W, YOU It.

F' i : lih-i'i .i\\ilvttrnli' of Fildiiy IIUNI rll1110Htcr IH\..Jl'lllt.'rllllOttI'U'IIIIt' I

!, w;". lust !Ie of f HO. inurli lutrrcul to our the winter months. and) the Line J"lng UutincM Under the Nw York S"t e "c'1n''o'cltur' ,.' !. r Uir, ,.

;t iF,:' render, lint( we lake )>leamire la flv. 'tlifm, nrP'thPHhoTl-,
1 routes t through" ( Which best! protects the interest! of Policy-Uolderl) I withS, (t'' 1
i V, if" I Itf 114 murk of It 1114 Olir HIMICf ttill! "lIt in ,1i'llllllc-eJ! IctwwiJ) jtlni .Patti -- .

.ij 3 i Jti. udutit:- x of ourt"lIIlIlqIIII.1/ ) the\, <>'ni' 'Soino: IdeiPof, Ihe of (
1 < jj : I |MiMilurity| til,
of the :jiropowij' \ j-nfnK Jir .
Thlloropuny
j /< the Royal. 1'oiiH.lniiti tuny U'infcindV 1 own .rodiicti9iiswlililt.h nrectnisOmeillntlher : THE' Clara Pierce euond to None, MfllMneing all desirable fol'uu' of policies ,, .

I -.' \'from tin fact' whMi'; its roll IK I I'
., } gout fetntosliif/ ; \ 'the:: itnioil( and Infonljru / solicits your patronage '. I'

I, \} already m-mly" 4tH( ). nilir.Yvey'raohl rountrlen' insist n,tiintlyeek .+..r... (CHAS EARNEST, Master.) Send me your age at nearest birthday and receive full parNculatl.i,: ,

fiiyrmrfd) fur next 1IIIIIIIh.lh"II\'I'II.t'I.) wider mnrkeU' and .1 Hit propoKeil anti Florida,
/ tilt Georgia
: IniiiilH-r, of tlie, Pointde the G LOPER BAILEY Manager .
jrucHtK at the talk of t '
only His simply FLORIDA
i, I rumil) not oK-n.to| Ul' ... 4.26 PALATJA, :. ..
)insist' fnr I Ibis FCIIHOII has not ydreadied trifd with town how JOHNSON Th,' toK-H l I. rnmtertuule.ne. And( lft lyt
i n chnnnel) feir Increased fro ills tniirt-u I hf imiHtd. I .Bhifiil. / mil' o0<> :
one hundred. .\" to themiMitxT 1.tlllt'n.cllulII th:!,. but "'t hope will sells,gr eeriest;, p, In.ill tinwnjr i Iart: CiuiHt.'il' "...nMIII \. luw t>t MIC (unit .II.IIIIle'I '. 1 ?

ut the, TIIMIIII| Hay IlcoL..1'f' More ilirecUywIHi. ) the, It' .. '
connect -
: 11M BUT JAeatj.,11db8e.\ \ i'
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HIV not InforiiiiHl. The new liathIXIIUM While 1Vu. A.. UOURB. '
tun'ketsofthePoeiticliltrs., \ < kin* nod l !''II| nlll.h>l MiuklTvl FMihmn
-- ) and bjilliliifX/ |I'COIIIIII! the Itoyal nnaci! I I.ulr.' Itr; .. Atlnuni.Jlntlt'R i1AiiLt S1f D 1876: ,. ,
I r our wn "",111,1111111 "hi> -etiii'' wit- Thai's MMs Here For -- I

lII'IIIIIIIIII'I'i (mixing I ; very Httnto Ion nnd the products' our phos-!! .. n ..L'.In; ? W Mm 1'AtidI! .KM.MIU ; : W. ATBOURS & CO ;;
+ 'i. tire: nnd will mlIIoll"'IIUIII.II'II.t.II''II .- lisps will still eek mainly .\ :. Slit !HihiMiiuT' will .h., .). .Ira. .uniiiiiily ,",, .
',a which toll: ,brne, to (make"' thliimn plods' ft And lodo'lhwliiprices. I;! iiiunt bi > | and hnrreni.-k.Ilnpntch| '8iu-"c.9or' to Willlnm A.I our..) '
Knxt
I the markets ul! Ihe "e may -- MeaLGarden
iiincent" hotel II'I| | mill, Wusl.iiiRton for right ; Unit LItare is shown Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits ,
|ool to Oregon, Leave Lake Worth Thursdays.Leave .
lire trade. llienoLtOI Fertilizerf.
r li.'licvi. the Itovnl I'oiiiciiina will tontiime -' to- by Seeds Cotton Seed Meal and AIUoe
,' wiMomrrs, for our flours/ ,
.,j ., / to 'in* the |b.st!(! t puyligofilltin'| : \ : lemon, pirienpplcx' Biscayne Bay Mondays. ) 22 West Hay Street, s.' Jacksonville', Florida.
IrfO! 'ournngex" ,; I R.
R.
O' t ,. Kliigler burros, i-ertiiinly until pome- .Itstt'roas Still roennnutsnhrch, nreproilinfd I Warehouses on trucks of S. V* AV.. tt'.V.; and .K C. 1' .8.94
"
I h 1I1 equally y jrood) in erected' ou the In'ihp:,, ( in foimtnntlr In- Cheapest t STOPfoWN. RATE UBASOSAUI.I orref.poidence Solicited.:\ Catalogue !Mailed\ J Free! on Awlleaton.
.
l direr of luiiuiinsr )lixca.\ne"' Hti.y.Wlnu ., ixlnjr jnnulilits.. ."
r* ----
.. I Iota event, ix-eurx. the Itoyal .. .- -. -. ... .. '
4 .1 I'oiiiciiina trill Imve lo look to tin A ::j' Sper11t1'I'rl'llls, (lo Parlies.Jnn.tiltf( .
,i7101'1.ly. "'Itxhonldl lie "n Aineiltnn umWInking. ) OOQ.DFrEe
EVE A ;
1 "I'IIOI"I'"IHII.I ,do not IlIt"IIIIII, .. ) v Tered by our tlatr from J. W. JOHNSON ,

I '' ,1i"1"\I'II/:1'\ / (tI" iniliei4 nnd sib ocean to ''''CIIII. No torporntionihonld ENT '

triidioimof f I Lnkp 11'ntlhbut have 11"'I''I'r..I. fixing lulls 1'nol'ItlE1ea. OF Till .. I l'U .

1" In n t.ht.rin nlioitt. the nnter tlll"1. l and tariffs for its nxe. ')'11" inl.-iwtx Little Grocery V ,. -- J

void I tin sky' or tl.H. idiorvmif of f Ihe {I'liilfl; Stalex nnd the nelfnreof '

l '" fill ItiHeit.VlK'' ltil.y whi'''llHilieoilipiir'lliv "' Ihe American proplr' nmlwmliipialily -- On the 1 I F, WILLIAMS;, SON & GO $$1 L9.8.

\ and riililuit l'H' ,1"/I"rilll"1./ i | ( Tinlilivrex \protected. in Its ""lClrrll'lillll i I. : ,* HAVE

1 on I lid IiU1 lti\er niv.-hnriie- .iii.lmanntrcmciit' only by. rttiSKlinjl, ? r A .1 _. _

ft'I'i7.llty their. linltnv. t>ootliiii,./: nnilreolflll o\cril the. ,III'II'i\/l"\ / and, 1 ''filiI rill cor -'- Wholesale RetJI FINE STOCK OF TmS'HOLIUA

itl.-iilii'H| | lull ill Itixen.UieHMV .: '" ,ilifululc ownci>hip ntnl Ibl'itl I t roii-! I':. ". tIJllt'IC ,

I r"\ I i. I the* null of. "H-efe off. Khol-e. (the arm of our iinlloiint! "''''.'I..ijrIlIJ." West 11'nprietnr.| -I'KAUIIH: : isTINWAKK Y URG : HIGH-'

I hint (ten inilfw, \\1,11'.11,1, ,, i-liitn, i, iiieoutoiirof Ill.imUi /r/'II/I/ : ,

t / the roust,, line given\\ Iii, -.:.. Palm GOODS. BACKEDROCKER

ferenl" I iiiiililv|' I to I Hie lueexehiih, .LORIDA FORTY YEARS AGO. nJ.SWAln:. .. ONLY.

; III',. noli.lile. more for" Ilu'( 'fre.' ,1 h., \pine, Beach 1'ItUCKKKYWAUK.NO'IIONS ;! :. THIS- ., .
.1" I'I.h .lefferxon! the ,rtl'uf.rlt.rt..
lively (we Mii Ig'II I HII'.11. Ifirrtrs.s'Itl" I Iiinlitii'H
untie moist I nlioxt- "Itip Van ) ROCKCR;;
I <|' mid their ''I.r.hlllg', ', \ ilnlpfodllet
\\\inUe" I 1111 11I'\'I.t If. "fol pollen b..M'who .,' Drug
l7.ill/. illl'i.r"I'1I1' ; I 11I\'I.rr': 'Y't. I II I ,h"11 Il.rl :S1'A'1'IUNKRYr: 1 I -
I 11111. liaxe i-ii'li it or compniciidiil I' $$1.98. $$1.98
t IIIlIt) Moot liinjr.; "fi-xlfill. Inn. '
lime slut. hive 111111I.111. LAMP FIXTURES:;
goldtffts't nhhh/ in HO ,notieenlileon, I'.f I J.KI: : fl': : :-I'I.I.; ; Store I .,,"
In.linn hirer ","II.lIk.l U'oith., We III'" ill I II he; city jivli-hlny on hill say Iallll"r.IIIUUII"Io:, LAMPS I 1'I 1. 1-'. CI.altli i \, -=
to I'ltnta (lorda.; \\h'rlIII'\I'iII net ;ainiin '
are well invnre tlm ti.' '''''IIII".IItI/l"ly/ Jil-UN: W. Iliy Mall ,OrdersSt
Ii Ihe ejH-clatIon| of ttfnrpon II TOYS, l'nt't, '.
!
liisine( nni''k, /the, thuiiipinplieitltcd ;- |: tit I Ihe 11,111'' It. .1 \CKSONMI' :< : ,l.r..:. t"'cl'Hlf'll lo.LORKNXO .
,
fi ill-elte stud nnd the Ilys. GASOLINE! ; i 1-2-W4: 1 h.V..
11 Ir. .J.rr""IIIIC'' rich man. but byno
terieulilheiiiiiffriiiiKil, l reniinine '
menus H JTOIIIIK; one, and. his. (law Drugs, Toilet' Articles, STOVES; ,
nlii\es of fashion drugs) or I their ownsltren'ish"
I \
IVIUJHTH mint 41"tllllll"" wns framed 1 for comedy I mid gosl] (;U')'1.1.;H\'I KTO.g .
feeling. /Some; (1"'lIl'ltt' hlt'e11'1'11 in Fine Stationery and w. 'G.'TOOMEB!\
soothing, ciiliiKitivr mid restful to --- ) ; A. VI LSON.
I hill I'lemiH-nt ii nil miinly visage' sonifing -
put' them to wlci-ji. to rediiee I Ih. tenfiioa -
of the JIIJiIlIl.llllt Ills' lit ill Druggist Sundries. Special Prices on '
I on their nlniHnl iierven. lull. / Wilson & Toomer.
events, one! upon' which Time! him Hotel Crockery.
l thank' tI'.1' thin dll( s1'ullstit.itrw'! iIIUICI'111! uusSlrtfullyCtnupouuded.1Stlst ( |> .
left tin falnltttl of trill" '''. .
( a miiiill niinorit.y.. : (ClNIHt IlllMilltWl. Solicited.. \\'<< rnrr.t" n uimiilctti;;;; ; ; lintu I.INHHnlM.ttt ,| .
Thin In, ,by lit) means' the Rest" visit 'iti tilhini'tl. mtil. .,
nip (ifi'iuuijtlnil ."
; The t.'liclIll"llIr IIII touH/'t. / 1 it) now > .. ... OF FLORIDA.
ilmi HOUSE
It WKS'fi'AUl t.rantDADS : : itoiiiiita| I. "' |irintX" THE FERTILIZER
.'i* .. of the great nometllaii to Florldunnd '' J I ItKACII.: FI..\ !) ;
-- 'well-fed nnd full-blooded l
I jolly inKyiirrh
i I its III uenr t timl J of revountlnx) .
I I.r ?j'f of pleiiHiire/ sport. or ximplerecreiitloii JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.
1 the pinpilHr circtimxtanirs' that Write for Prices and Tenns
;: nnd freedom 'from buninexM
; ,
J "tended his first trip to the Slate W" carry a largo and complete stuck of everything In the fertilizer
.: more thou henllh! .; the.v. COUNTYState F WILLIAMS SON & CO
'( before I the Northern tourist/ hutclaimed line, 1i1l.1u0: go to the manufacturers direct! : and have no agents, ware
i Ii"1..111111''' 11'11hll I'" uuu1."th4rt
,it for his un'". I Itwnsoxcr in a potilioQ! to save the pineapple many dollars. You can
:Ialn growers
} 1'1It'lth"I l wrecking'' their runHtitutioiiM More 1O5 n.: Hay St., .
) forty years+ ngu ut the time tinxwarthy BankPalm /et rock bottom agents prices from us.
and,. I this I-IIHM| IIIIII't1'11111 :Seminole Ja<' ","II\ IIle.'art.'I0. i ., .
to bleep nil HH. time; they want to was inundating/ t'-Our SIt.dilllh'H, :
t
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t Ihtlcollulr.,' with : mid the littlecungsilny \\ ''' >, IS menu SI u il.lil\ 1b '. "
)t g tll sail, lI"h. shout, to enjoy I their guts Bcaoh Fla. Cotton Seed Meal\ :
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': of barn-stormerx" that MrJefferxon L:4'' "
dinner, to go to bed nnd,, slt''p. like Gruund'l'uh'ieeoStems. .
"practicing! on, found i It "
I ? top to woke up fresh, end! full ofl' ; Kalnit, lilood and Itone, I
1 to make jump/ (from Pica Authorized !
n
1'I
or, 11/111! Iheiiir. of ItiHrnyiut IdaM ;'- necexmiry Capital $100,000 Canada. (Hard Wood Ashes
Into to !St .\IIglIlIl ille by.) uuycunvey Potash and all Agricultural Chemicals
its Paid
charged .\ PHMHIIKH' t through IleHoods up Capital $15,000
IIIICB that. crackirdoni\. Hffoideil. II. J. Maker & Hio's Complete Manures,
of spiny rod (foam which it re ..
I'pon ttrrivinpiit tine former. / point --- STANDARDD WHITE FOR I'RK'ES': AND> SAMPLES.: Ml-93
( In eveil., stiugttgltnliunu11lhnrtrds' .
I the I Thexpinnx' teiillied' that t the lax OFFICERS:! : WILSON & TOOMER. '..
and acted I upon by tint' glorious nnn .
t' troupe/ that had tieen over that t. S. Iii, ttI.l're.'.. W. II. I'.UIINne"
.
( r' shine 118 it slssrls' | | from tlif nontliemit ------- THE: FERTILIZER HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
i y route hllIII'I'lIlIot only held up, hut 1'1'''''',(;LIIIIII 1 L! llnt\Mvu I I'.mhiir.
IIhol"\fllrI-lltjUllt ,midi. a liinu' JACKSONVILLE: : FLA.
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dour up by the Indiniix and t that .
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"y" I Ins UH the jollyHllfe.l styli'\ of mmor is

L ..t "Lady-ay-Spnnker"({ :; tyn| ur xiinilar fate WAS 'freely predicted! flit DIRECTORS 1 : :

woman 'tI to keel(11.. ( "'111 III I"'rltd tbt 11I, Tlie first show hnd! been at K:. \. I IHliilik., I', l n. "..,,.lrl..L... D kd
r 1..rgl'l'llIliulI; of talent devoted to .,I. llrrUt'inl, K.: M. IlnMunlV. ,
.F, condition :So; iniich for Ilixcaynt \ M. Hr...n. 11'. II. Turkic, '
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tlie severely' "legitimate, also Jnrit-i. rrllchur'l.Siaeral l. THE 8. B. HUBBARD
CO
M1 int'iit.Hay and W'e HM digtl'-Jut!iiii'oiniaraMit|l iliwrveilly"The I'u'h'oll., amoiiK): their "projiertieii" were II I I Grade.

numb of the trig: tit and tunics in
town ofVext I'ajm !Iteach/ Isl Sinking Business Transacted
nliiclj t the |'wople of Ancient Horn WHOLESALE; DEALERS; IN ;
l If always a MiiririH' | to IIM; hon the Lullmliunt "nnii|>lljr n-uilitvil uu dun.revcipt C l 1
Herr stunt to distort! themselves ,
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place' chan:;eM in month or ao1U Silently for the ./ oh. U'nch't imodvrn > Urdu li M.irlii and wdd| | tm tin I.r."rll'. | Hardware Stoves, Tinware, Woodenware ;
t population in still ;Droning fu"li; riliv. in Ihe I l.llu.1 .Hulvt.' 1 i-Is-trt ci

its water-trorkM! "' urecuustt uct, Il I; loin playstrights' ; trod the Brent Doors Sash Blinds Paints
of shell/ sheets and lIill'\I'IIII.-Lut ni-tor till lulls, with (rleeol the! novel A and Oils. ,

manner in wliiih. the! red ass donnci filU II. *;CKXTT '1'lIu.. J O'/lIC".. /
Ji n 1 IdnsIsti'enthtght.1 TlieHeiirvbadly I lie! ehllesil'ill I habiliments sacred tu BEST Agricultural Implements Ammunition Fishing Tackle
needed, in* the. train g'IIt in very I'aetiir and, Mnru PB.EVEUETT&COFORT 'f'C Ropes,
Antony.
t late, and on a .ilark night tllI'lIlrllll'J."ttll4 C '
liable; to get lust; but U'ett TuiniiiK togas. l11t t>> breech -.toul/I'1 BEARING. Cordage and Boat Fixtures of all Kinds.; .

mid liuiieH into lif ninyi, xo fully oucupieti PIERCE FLORIDA.
1'aliu Iti'iuh J ill veil lainly a mar\el 1.i 1. 0- WUITK; FOR QUO'l'ATlOS.Corner .
1 the time of( the .
i ]!ro. tiardner.' of the (1I1I".It'C'r.llliII': prnlaturypnrty IM.K-.IO, stud. Ilt-Ull Ihnlcrill

e I hulls tie fort., ]11" piblinhe) u of redhkinx, that wise hovering. PNEUMATIC Main and Forsyth Streets, .
alMint :St; INDIAN RIVER
Augustine: / that Mr. Jelferxou ES.L
-- newsy, uemi-wevkly.. itheet; while |lroMetcirlf JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
.' r of t the Tlioi'ii'AI.' i 1'X lute. jnnmoved and IIM comrades tnuim' :,."!ed togt -Fish, Oysters, Turtle T-L'T-IU: \
t through: in safety, cod with thehiss
to thin new' Luke Worth metropolU TI ,
III nothing more valuable than and Game.
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and e\| eftx to launch tilt \ -- -- r-M< .
i\ little bleep. They gave their ,t T-liI'
)perlormiime
Nuii'-axft/ tri-werkl.v. .
I jioxsil.ly. There! IIlttcl. nndItraiirh Dealers l'IIIl'd.;
t are lively' timex ahead for ,,e (nut in SI. Augu tine. und it ill S .
'I d there i ,mile to eiiy that not one! of thotwivho ( Ilouse-/ Of Almost Pine and Lumber r .
M hardly room for Iwo Cypress
pnifii|
at "'in frout" thatdiicerned bigbt West Palm Beach.J I .
at Went Pathos I ISench. ii pith suutethrng ,
in the tall .
". young .Ililib who Make.
.. Any
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ill have i
; \\ I lu ghee way. .
; pl.i\cd,, n minor part in an Indifferent ROUGH AND DRESSED.
y B. BRITTBOOT
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I 1 ..1101\', tlle genluH that was to giveu

{ PA CO'$ SPEECH: ON THE CANAL new nicrnitlea-nco to Washington AND.\ SHOE RKPAIRINO-

'. I III hill HjMtfll -befoii.. the :Seliatu-; .lr>'ing's 'Jlniesi'u'mii.It inuuortul roiimm.-. *.-Jackonrille Neatly Pone. Weight from 24 to 30 Pounds, Building Material Cut to Order. :.. ,. t

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SHOl'ON TUB "y""utl'alu '- .
HOIi.lIl11u..1\ Pauro tl
:
\ Hlrunjrlr: IKVO, e
"r %, Beach. According to Stfle.V 't "li1- tit
cuteil. Urn linildiii
of the
; Xi"urlllull I is rumored that the helpof thehotel ... '
; t t I'unal giving' --- Send your Orders to .IIAI hd i
{ ; strong I't'II..rnll' for Indian River al Rockledj.ee, .
i ; j sawn, but 1m would not like to seethe Lave brought suit for damages 1.1 t

t Jrlflt illll'I'IM.t'1I1I waterway, uiidi-r against the Jacksonville.. Terminal GEORGE NICOLL; fanned V One Year HUNT BROS '....-..- --... -.- fir..

the control! of II inoiiojMih.Idlow .. uouinany. Two weeks ago while : 1

{,rl! extract from the >''llt"t'Ch[ they were being; transferred in the PLAIN AND ORNAMENTALPLASTERER. t
Union Jupiter, Dade Co., Florida. U. t-U3 .
) referred. to : depot to take the train for ,

Uockledge, a large lub of paint _. ._ _. _
was ---- -- -
Thl' from the -------
coniineice \StuteMyinj I ... -- ------ -"
turned over on the roof of the train
WHITE; I'OII) ritlCES; '
01 ) < 11111'1 jiiiilnm llii-acliif, Floridit :
; < bed and the party of help receivedthe Contract taken at any point| on
ft wli.h) will .1..11 Ihriin h i IIts canal full benefit of it. 'r'bcirclothr -'- STRAWBERRPLANTS .

r when < om|>letcd.can/ hid no 'better ing "II ruined abel now they bring LAKE; WOPLTEI

t outlet I limn /Ihcbe j.oitxof, |J.... "u'tlli. suit for d'mages.-Jarksoarille. I-lTtf References given if delirt-d.1) THE GEO HASBROUCK COMPANY, ,

"r..lul'' |14 and, l'IIIJI'llurtI"( '1'bvy) are 17ntba. Velosi. P. 0. Address. West Palm Beach. I&HW"'JJd" bI.. acW fuii, >. \. 1.Z1I( /Send for Catalogue, to JOHN B. BEACH Melbourne, Fl*. .. i,

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",<,. -, THE TROPIOAL SUN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1895, 7

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FLORIDA'S FIRST RAILROAD. little money-would like to getaway LOUIS CHERRY

---- but they \haven't iiiftlclen! Fonda Boat Works F.

With a railroad mileage rivaling means to pay the whole cost of A Jeweler, A. PELLERIN & CO. ,

maDi gutos of much larger are farm, and if inducements covering] Cocoa, Florida, -

ant'' population, Florida may be con. this deficiency as to both land and l 18 |>rrl'Brollo| | ilo Wati'h, (11 h e'k and Jewelry MELBOURNE RIYER, Fllrllhtllro Vaad insoU!
s
ttratnUted her upon the condition of farming implements! were held cut Ittipnrlntf Manner.nt Short All Woik nnilrn.Onsrnnb In brat |p''e.l.w,ll)lo l"LOHIIJA @ '

transportation facilities. He to them by Florida land -
owners, .. MI-IH
progress in this! aa in many other they would avail themsexc Launches Row and Sail Boats of all
quickly
directions kinds Built to Order. Carpets Shades and
has been largely the of the opportunity. Mailings, Lamps. I

growth of resent years! ; but it III The immigrant who has upon ROLLINS. Winter :Park COLLEGE, Fla.A NAPHTHA : LAUNCHES :: A : SPECIALTY. I
!scarcely known that this! State besides 421 423 425 and 427 W. 3-6-05
several years! In this country le 1 Rrhnol of the hlKhntt irrailo fiirlntllcit and ay
being the site of the eariies gentlemen tnll tern, npcitN Hlolicr Stnil, -
much more desirable! than those! IHIII. Winter (prtn ",,,' .Innnnry let, Boats: hauled out and repaired nt the .A.CKSONVILLE:
: :r T.OE.tDA.:
settlement of white people on the who are fresh from their native 1Hir;. Seven ill',pnrlnienlii'. : Cnllrglame,' arnd.rmlaprrnrvntury !. lowest fifiiireg. PROMPT ATTENTION ,
ni""lc
Weetern mib-prppnrntorv.'
Continent, was among the land as they have passed! through art and phvslaIIrnhdug.' *l'hlrln'n pr"1"on Riven to orders. .
earliest of the pioneers in railroad the nml Inntrm turn, xlx liullilh R". Lin'ntlonlien USTIMATKS given ou -

construction.The line knowledge necessary of the training nature to of secure the soil a thin 11.8(1,91)nt nililiTuR tin.I nnil nnv' hiMilllitul..0!O. FAiKtuitti.k'orinmlherinlurlrm-1'rif.Mi'Ht. all kinds-of-lloals.tW +, ...".... ...>-..'.>c>>3;>X>X>;>-t.",,,.,>:",' ,"..?tf "'.'.-*''>: :$

of railroad now In oper and mode of and also have
tillage, Agent for the Celebrated MONITOR '
atlon as a branch of the Florida VAPOR r; WE DELIVER 4 1
acquired !some knowledge of our ENGINE, for the East Coast ; ; on. '\
The Lake Worth Mall Steamer"HYPOLUXO :
Central and Peninsular; System laws and general customeg-Jack. of Florida. .

from Tallahassee! to St. Marks! ,. a !son yule etropolft.,. I Piano | '

distance of twenty-one miles, is tali ----_._- A. T. ROSE Agent or Organ { ; 'J.

to have been constructed in 1833 1-14-4m 0
Cnpt. W. H. Moore r
FLORIDA'S WILD FLOWERS.A. ,
but was! at first only a tram lOad. At your nearest Railroad :. .
Makes between JCNC CONOVER : : t
dally runs
operated by horse rather mule :
or
Orlando Station with
II. Wilson in the Florida Nursery. Complete Out.
power. When It was first supplied and' HTFOLUXO, connecting withJ. FISHER 1.,

with steam power is uncertain but Agriaultiu, says : & L. W. Ky. trains at Of citrons! trees. I have a shortlist fit subject! to approval after :-: ;+

probably this! was not earlier than "In April and May the country. Juno, and with Lake of the known bell varieties. a trial in your own house. SCHUBERT :-: i ) '
to and first
1856. begins !speak, my summer Blurting with Hoone'g Earl}','1'ange. .
in the Slate has Worth-liiscayne Bay: Stage Lin No '
On the west! hank of the Apalarhicola completely at Laulaua. rine, Ilomosasa, MoWs blood, Ues- money required until :-: KINGSWJRYfPIANOS.

River, about half between justified itself. Not only the orange sic and TardilF( are oranges from Oc- : you are thoroughly satisfied .
way I .
.
blossoms! but the magnolia' Freight and passenger traffic ... ;
tuber to July. Aurantium '
Apalachicola and River Junction Pomeloor
solicited. 2-2-91 f Our prices! are as low as '
or Chattahoochee Landing is and bay have scented the air, and Sweet Grape Fruit, Bonnie Brae any.'f'

as! late as July there are blossoms and Villa Franca Lemons house! in the United States VOCALION AEOLION :!
the little town of Iola. From iliac Peaches, -:- r
to he found of both these varieties !
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point across the narrow neck ol and pond lilies, beautiful and The J. S. Johnson Co. Pears, Persimmons, Grapevines, 0 and our terms! are so reasona -:. FARRAND & VOTEY t ft
land between the river and the and finally all varieties of fruits 1

Oalf, to the town of St. Joseph, odorous! add to the list of remarkable MAXUFArrCRETlS OFNETTING- have found adapted and worthy of Able: any one can purchase and CHICAGO COTTAGE -:. '$ "

situated on a harbor by the same flowers. culture in this South Florida sec. ,Q, pay for an instrument. ORGANS. & f
"From the first of January to the Lion 1 s
IIi
name, was! built in 1836-37 a steam 1..1' t j
last of December I have failed -
railroad, believed to be the secondor not Our green house comprises 50 va Ll
Brass and Small Instruments Music and Books Wilts j ,
toJ find some little blossoms' and in Twines and Fishing Tackle rieties of grafted Pon. .' us. f'
third constructed in this coun roses Royal M We will save you 1
the !summer months there. Is more mone".l
cia.ia and other ,
try. A recent issue of a local news- many desirabletropical ,

says paper of published the railroad in Calhoun and its County Gulf than one(yellow meadow, pink dotted, lavender with blossoms and -- and flowers.( an J seml-troplcal fruits I THE A. :B. CAMPBELL CO. ;,%: ,. :,


white the predominating colors ) Of ; l. . I
terminus All kind of SEINES: NETS and FISH pineapple plants, we lead with q ..
"The !railroad; between lola and which looks! like a veritable bit of TUA A irnrlety"I'M mini nf to FANCY order F1S1I1NO\ :> TACKLEo the best Smooth-Leaved Cayenne, C.1 ....J'Tll--....,......K". '"."""' .'.'.',.,:,> .""6'9.;, .. ....... "',.,-.7. 'Q-"" ".' .-....+,'' ...'' 1.1

the Garden of Kden. unit the trnilf.Sperlnl Abakchl Prince Albert
St. Joseph was built in 1836-37 by Crown
attention to FIMIIEIIME! SIIPPLIKII.
"The first flower and often the
Messrs. Chairs, of Jacksonville and 119 131 South Bt. IIA I\IOHU. Mil. 72(1CEO.S.HACKER& Prince, Charlotte Rothchild's and
only one I have seen in January, l la is e.n.'n Ripley Queen.
of Columbus! Ga. and
Gray '
delicate, starry, white blossom, My new catalogue is fulof:1 Interesting
was until!
successfully operated
clinging close to the ground, in SON Ask for it. Smam lli -
about 1850, when Chairs died and points. IJ COllhI'y.s. )
!shape and size not unlike the
JAMES :MUTT
his heirs !sold out to Gray, who, being Prop'r.,
Arbutus, but without scent, and 1 4.20.93 Orlando. FIII \. .
without sufficient to 1.t
means con ..t .
growing; in a round mat among the --
tinue the business sold -
out to a "
rass.
stock company. The rolling !stock ;
"February shows! more yellow, t
was! carried off and the road abandoned II } t
and the flower which begins to ,J? Ik$ ,
.
after the fever
yellow epidemic. loom then (a of daisy, I -
R .
Some of the houses species try / .
were
think) continued through the. sum.
moved from St. Joseph to Apalachioola .
mer. Soon comes a monet. exquisite \rJn: : \

und can be seen there now. blue flower, growing on a stulk B ",,,-,,,,,,' I INEW
Furthermore at St. Joseph the first -".. .. .
exactly like grass. This, like some -
State convention which formed the
of the other blue flowers. Is very -

constitution of Florida, was held delicate and withers In (he or ten MANUFACTURERS OF I.Th. I.
when that the zenithof
town was at
minutes, held In the hand. LINES.
its. prosperity, and the delegatesto Doors YORK, CHARLESTON &. FLORIDA
"So the flowers increase, untilIn 111l4r ,
this convention traveled thither
April and May they are all about, i I
Sash 8iemn.hli of this Linn mil fulloiMi
over this road. I Magnificent | are iiiiuinteil| to aa :
,
and all the summer they. remain,
A correspondent of the same paper the most delicate wild, (flowers as Blinds Calling at Charleston, S. C., BOTH WAYS.

thug describes the site of the well as the more tropical and the. IMSlfISO (-T.\ >AltI> TIME 1

.ancient town, now a historic ruin : ---- --
distinctly characteristic' flowers Mouldings" From New York From .JlIl'wlI\ill.! : ,
--- ---
"Pen and ink the
cannot S'I'EllI"U
express first mentioned." (IMcr 21>, K. It.) Florida.

many thoughts and wonders that --- ---- -ANDBuilding DOLLARSPER Friilnr. Jnn. 23: ,. nt H I'. Mlnc ..... ......I.R"JI'OHI..Thll.11I1. Jan 81, lit H in n.in III
passed! through my mind while Monilnr.KHi'lnrT. Ian JH,. n |I'. inBt ...........< IIMiOKKK: :.........aundny, 1-eh. II, it .Iin n.U III
Material MONTHIN **' Jan. 8(1( ,. II ,p. m........,,,vK11AeI.F..Tnted: '.V. ",10. :5. lit :! Hop. III
looking over the once thrifty town THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA ten. I. lit II p. in...,.....ALaONjCIN..Thurdny' .fell 7, ntHnniliT 1 1111 pit In"
Mil n ilny, 4, lit II ,p. III..I'E II <"!..:........... Fib 1i, ..1 nil n.ii III
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of St. Joseph. It certainly must CHARLESTON, S. C YOUR OWN LOCALITY M edneHiliiy.FrlilnT.. IFell.. IIFrit nt 111". in.........., I It' "JI.ol".Tlw..n.V.. fell la:!, nt" .mi uN III
have been thrifty for the signs that The Industrial American of .. 14,111111"....,......('II tE..1'hll..1"1.: Fell 1... ntHimiinv IMI n. Ill
LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. made easily and honorably without capital Monday fell. 11, Bt H p, m.....,......ItMSHKK.I ......... }rb. 17. nt 11 lion. ut t
indicate progress and enterprise Lexington, Ky., say, editorially: of during your spare hours. Any man, etiiu-Hilny, Frh.l8at8I'.m..... ... IA It\11'I'1..Tmednv: leb.1II.n1 1 Urrp.al
gXT" Send for Prices. 1J 'I lean do tile work:iiandlly Fridev F.b. Iaat8ii.u.: .......,,..SEMI\aI.E.'l'hnredaylrb: :al! nt I.Btlp.to
the wonderful woman buy or gli -
are numerous.! In many places our country : without Monilnr.MrdiiHufny. Fell. 1H. nt 8 p. in............IMHI 01... .........1'11'.111)., lill .'4. nt :1.OO II. In
foundations of brick buildings can "No section! of the Union hall so / experience. Talking un- Fed :a!n.alll"), "p. 11I.1 r:mu KEl.Tu.udng: l rb. :ail! nt n.non.T III
v iie< CHsary. NothiiiR like It for inoney- Ki, M.iv.Monilny. F.'h.:2:!. nt II 1 p, innt .... .......VEMA: ".tt.I.hllr.hly: : }rh. :JM! nt .on n. u. .11.
be seen, and on close investigation many advantages as the' famous -- making ever oOere" before. Our workers fell. a.:%. 8 p. inni .......... .( ). WIS ...... ..""""")'. Mar I. in a8aa.m
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streets can be traced nut, showingthat Cast Coast of Florida. This section always! prosper. No time wasted in .hl..I/I.. --J7 8 p in .. .... .t MI\OI.I: 'I M. '|.IHM'.r. "i. nl II 110a m

it considerable little was almost unknown until learning the business. We teach you In
was a J8mJIiIrMl I PHILADELPHIA AND JACKSONVILLE LINE I 1
how to gurcced from the first
night
city. The town, in its entirety Mr. H. M. Flagler opened it up h.)' J l a hour. You can make a trial without exIKMIOO W'rrklverrvlrIwtwrcnJnrkonvlllrandl'hllndriphlnrnllingutt' arlr..luu..C.' Tim

must have covered an area of over niilding a railroad from St.. Augstine j]IQUUVIUAHCWAIBAHTHCHICAM! ((t> to yourself. AVe start you furrihlicrcrythhiK nut freight Ht anii-hlpa "Oneltln" and 'lluw"l n" are uppulnteil" to cull IIM follnuH:

3,000 acres. The cemetery is situ- to Lake Worth. If the mos- ---.. needed to carry on the business l.

ated on a high oak ridge. Many of quito could he moved in siimmei hiici'cHsfully, and guarantee you From Puiladelphla.Hniiinluy STEAMSHIP From Jacksonvllls.Irl .

this section would he THE PULLMAN CAR LINEHKIWKliN against fillure: It you but follow our .Innnury SH. ..................... .....OS.:,11' ................................. ..'''u>.. I elirnnrv t 'tlNett.rdgvFrbrunry
the graves are unmarked, and some a parudise, simple, plain liistriittloiH. Reader It 1!.......................... HOW HfcN........,....... ...............!.'rl.I. \ It" imiry N
have been fenced in but the ft no- nit, as it is, no other section can !: are in need of ready and Mat unlny. D''emnibrr22:! .......................... you money Kaitir nv, Felirinirr lit...................... ... : ......... ....................... I'iliruat.Jt.
ing has long since gone to decay. offer greater inducement to the want to know all about the best paying sit,or.lny.. Fehrnnri _'!( ..... .....................IISEIIH ....................... .. I..rl.I.I"'h I I
LOllisvillB! Cincinnati business before the public, send us your
hoineseeker.Mr.
Some have tombstones, most of tourist, or .
address, and we will mall you a document
which bear dates of 1840, 1841 and Flagler owns millions ofcres giving you all the particulars. ST. JOHNS RIVER ll1NE 1 \,

1842 and a few as late a* 1850. of choice land extending from
TRUE" CO. Box 400
Many of the vaults have been ] Jacksonville to Cape Sable, and Is or Inl1ianapoIisAND N

broken into by thieves and the elling it to homestekers al prices Augusta, Maine. or Sanford

brick stolen, leaving the bones exposed that enable men of very limited F EntettpttisE

means to secure h'unes.
to view.
and the Northwest
This winter take a trip to this iiicago I1 FENCING.IVIRE80PESElVA6E. And Intermediate Points ,

section and what has ServiceOn
Vestibule
investigate The Pullman TilE ELEOINT IRON SIDtMMltEL; VTEMKUs
A CHANCE FOR COLONIES. been accomplished in a very few Night Trains. : .

yean by those living there, and Parlor Chair Cars on Day Trains. "CITY OF JACKSOHVlliLiE t
Florida could
lly a little exertion will be convinced
that ll offers
perhaps secure some good immigrants you rare inducement to the home- =The Monon 1 rains- (CAPT. W. A. SHAW.)

from Chicago as the foreign seeker. Mace the Fastebt Time between U "
sectionare j Ftfed 'k DeB tfY .S31 !CAPT. T. W. LUND, JR.
agricultural element in that The principal offices of the emu- the Winter Cities and Summer Resorts ,

reported anxious to emigrate! any are at St. Augustine, the most. of the Northwest. Are appointed to Ball from J..kB..IIVUlII. dallr except Antiinln)'. at 8.80p in. sad troll

South. More than 5,000 hate left aristocratic winter resort on the W. A, McDOKL, Poultry. Farm Garden, Cemetery Sanford, dully, except Nunday, at U OO a. m.

Cook county within a year. These continent. While this is the ren.dezvoul1 General Manager. Lawn Railroad and Rabbit ,

people are mostly Swedes, Norwegians of the rich, a mau of mod. FRANK J, REED, G. l>. Agent. Feudal' 1

and Germans. They are For further Inforuiition, address Tbuuund. of mile.. In u... Catalogue

thrifty, hard workers, and intelligent erate ble accommodations means can secure and enjoy coruforta-that R. W GLADING, Gen'i. Agt., I, Free. Freight .'. ,. I'rlcci Low. SAVANNAH FLORIDA AH1 WESTERN fi''I>

for the most part. which the rich cannot monopolize- 158, Broad Street, The UCMULLF.N WOVEN WIRE FENCE co.

Thousands of acres of unoccu. a most del'ghlful climate. 50 Thoma ville. Ga. r.i na. us ar.41::H KUM Bt.CECA50.ILL.IIVYLER'S : Time Card In EBuct Xoy. :1:5.: llil.: .. Train n uti...... dc&lIy.a lolli> ..ii. \

pled land throughout:; this State This winter has been the moat \
for I..t i I.We.t'n IA. C. L.1115/ ..l'n. \\4..t.. i -
can be put. to no better use than disastrous ever known in the "Land STATIONS Moll I .;."r'.. vxpr.e. E'I 1"'.. .. '"tlU ,
colonization purposes, bringing on Not Nu.81.; Nu. :\u.7h. : ". 1:1 Nal'r' tIN..ew.
of Flowers. since 1835 has FOR THE HOLIDAYS.po .
the class of people who are rusting such cold l weather visited the Mate CANDIES -- //:0. ,

in the West for want of somethingto Le.reJack.onv111o I .=. ......, .......... ...... .I ;;:, N2ea 81up' TUap; ==
In 1681(, the coldest up to that time, .' 'nlloha: ... .. .. ....... ..... .. ...... SUl' a5: ilL!, 740 .... ... .
do. One of the leading !Swedish: the damage was nothing like so Wa are r..I.lu, lul'y Hun line oC IIOLtK'8 in plain I.ul-I".o pound and at.pnuad .. t ..... ... ....... ............. .......... .1.I ......... 1> :1" .
that he : pnrkeg.a UII.I IA Ga.n.vd'e. ...... ........... .. .......... .. .. ...:..113: "' 41St/
citizens of Chicago says, great an now The thermometer FANCY BASKETSEleiiiniljr : : Arrive Wayeru.. ... .... ... ..... ............. 'H0r1iC!: .a S f.Up' U"j
has knowledge of thirty .. to ilolUn .. Uruu.w'ek................ ................... .. ........... ... Tao ) 7vuAlban "
personal lowed[ from 18 to 20 degrees of iWni-ate.l.nt Kr-iiu'A prlrea runniiiK! lro. too Hii "I.I twenty attention inl to moil ur'len.WeBarrythelurg.t to .................. ...... ... ......._....... .......... .].. ..... ... ... ....
1 or forty families who would gladlyCows root in Jacksonville, and oranges l-lttlu limes' .ta cen(41011.21.. of"It'OSAILDI: INKH: a-d t'llr' MIC.Vl.' in lli. Klitc. it the .. J"Ollp).......'...... ...... .. ... ........ .., ... .1/111'111, ....... .. 1'1111 P ........... I1:1U":: A
of .. t.rn'I.OII.I"r..lohcUe.l.GOODS I. tI..uAull ................... ....... 1';: U3; I',.. .. UIIOui a Ito
South for the purpose engaging are reported llltl frozen solid in the ern 1.'II.r.. '*. on.lleii.-luitliexo.-l'eiioeuliiualHy.I .. Th..III..U" ...... .. ......... .. .......... .... ..........' 1481' tllI"1 l T 1\1\ "'iii'
in truck farming provl.led of the bell. SHIPPED PROMPTLY TO ANY POINT IN THE STATE. -harle.IoU .. .. ........., ...........,.. .. 5t) ., ...... 81:1.t: < ."In......_ i ito
southern portion orange M..D .... .. .................. .. ..... 4 .0. ". ... .. 4 l5.1.'I..
inducement were offered to them. Pineapples are damaged Inhl! W e are in the market fur Palmetto llerrliw, Honil laiuplu, au I urittt. dvluvreil. b dud ear. .. M..nlfOn..r .. .. .. ....... .... ........ .. ... : .... .. ...... ..... I TtNtuI
he CO. .. .\111.111. .. .. .. ... ... .. ....... ....... JIi .1101.:51.1..... ... .... a,1............ I
to settle Hy Inducement, western p. rt of tho. pineapple see GEO. :ELTJGHES DRUG .. ulumbua ... .. ..... .. .. ......... ... ... ..... .. .. T 1\f.I..I.r j
that the land should 1Jtgl'ea ; .. B.rullu"loaw ... ... ... ............ ...... .. ......... .2:! 0 I a... ... JunpIIB.iu \
meant not ion. but the bulk of the crop Is Dec 13.3m JACKSONVILLh:, FLORIDA .. M..u.11I .. ....... ....,. .. ... ......... _..... II" .... 12:! 2l 12 2l; I.
to them tree, nor at reduced safe, an it U far enough south to be .. hew urlasn.. .... .. ..... .. .. ...... ........ ._.. .., T8.. .. ..... !illll" 5IIUI "
\ time \ .. :hattanoo.a.... ...................... '........ 1 INI a ..._ .." 1:141" _
prices, but that thl'1)11 given protei t'd by the Gulf Stream. N."lIu ..... ....... .............. ............ :10"i I4Ua ; Tl1U)iUcbnun.t 0 -
for it. These .. .. ............. ..... ..... ....... 11a 40 "I.. 7 Ua..I; .. ............
in which to pay This diulILrouti freeze will cause North Florida, leads la Producing \tiia. Finest Nursery Stock Lem.rllt. .. ............... ..'......... ....... ..:::.1983i /101"1 :I :1aI. .
thirty. or forty families are not Impecunious a boom In Southern { .... 4 ..lIulr,. New viriclie.Ihot .I"uur" .. .. .. .....; ..... ............. : '. .... .. I'
of sutllci/ Gulf! t< t t'
fur the "
but possessed Bay Biscayne will reap the bentfit.u Fur tbelthuleKoutb.audEle.eta0y. ,. : ... uw are 1110:111.10,1111 our her, ulilLbglrnjou .. PImIadl.ii'IIIa! I I ..... ... .. ... .... .. ... 11:10..1'1:1..1..... .:.. ..... "... r .
to for one-third. ot l.fO'U.... .. ..llniiil "wrtuwmU youdlultr sly L.:t..'l varieilu* .. New York ..... .. ... .... .. .... ... : \ .. ... \..... "..
ent money pay other section. of our great Union a eball"" to fit l"r u ilaui CIDolnD.,1 ..... .. ........... ... .t... ... '" .. 7..1. T tae C&. .
the price perhaps of the farm leave I. comparable to the nay Huuavne -;:-W E LEAD 8' nab .. .. .. .. '' : .. .. 7 :4:1': Tli:! ,

log the remainder to be taken. up inc region, and a careful examinationwill .I1..H..n aver 011'.1 by uqv one NII..r'. ofPra.Iwe. Sleeping Car Service ; '.

the future. the correctness of thin 4101I''r time lamest hut an.III..1 complete..... ." M."...rrl".. rollll..ru AI'Ilu. t'eara.
prove ur.pe. 11-
J Toone. .111.011 1.11..11..1111. Car Jtckwnirille' New York .1..i| hlu.
.pRU ... No. 81 earrira Pullman ttlteninic ; pilllC lartoKt.laiuu .
and I..n.. Uru"
Chicago; Ci an example in tide laUmeut Arrl a"_. Pruu-a. .....".. W.I..lo .1..lulI"_ AbuunOe' 11..1),01 'bio-II U.n.we hove ever 7..ari".. via Athlnt., aa'I.hvale. No i. earriu Pullman r1""llInll Car J'.L..II.. utCiit.einnati .
Ibwra
.... .. and but nut lesam
ou".toIT.'In. K rll' etc" \\.er., Tbomol'.lIo an.* No. H c.rruPuilnmn .
effects or via $14514551
country of the baneful I..... all out-'b.ur Crow. and Inu.l humus graft.d all.II.II.hl".I.. .r&nttlmr Our DI W out.loJtIl", unit a de.erilnogt uuw Iv ad Ju.k.onTille to Jew/ fork. ]Ii.., II 'Mj'\lnm..ry blveaiug oar ckxiu\ille t..Clut fthutm.ar ,
roe
( r.
over concentration Last year they Lard buyers and borne-seeker tad army kmd.ud .armed 01 'rIlIU lIu.III'.1I11hll.wdULB.Al,t; N UI !: No. U earrle I'ul'iuai 8lve|>iui4'ar "" &. ....111. v a JllxiLy. AloulK..u.erj au.I' '
tholluod'pooplll daily wood do well to send for our revised au.l.mmmhtiu4Uedlowu.applmetau., FJ)1'NA: daEKmE.Wo1u.l.. Na.hille. >o. II fame.. l'u.liu. Smeeptuaaa( Jack*>uille lubataunuU; alert 14. AtUnu.allnnooM I:
led three oat ,1.11. l and N. hvdle.Tbroughltekeuaol4toallpdoleand.lepl.gcarspace (.
Unds which fur sale "
list 01 we have on
and this winter i II quite u l bad. Lake Worth, New River and Bay Biscayne W. D. GBIFFING Prop. w Mat paa.eugea.tata. lecurril Company CUM*' UlgMtBaynireei i 1
: f..IIWOOI'E.
foreign element already men. Address-Tu8 DAvq COUNTY iO FIKMIVO B. W.M.It4YluM14, 4
The
Honed chore of them who have REAL ESTATE Co. cclenny, Baker Co. Fla. 80p'0.\JI... ou.il.
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I i.t :., a THE TROPIOAt- BUN :' THURSDAy, r 3RuAR'Y 7. 1895. --:



;; ,;-In tin irpnnlrntlon nf I IhA A"R.j The Innil Prior' .
'' PINEAPPLES. pnlil on llrt (
: [ ( molting on 'Tuesday next: Th'. are TO MARKET 'I.n.| il thclinlnni-cin Inn.t lIP 1tllln.I. 1mlnn S -.. -

c i- ( fie (topical! Sim.! Wil'lnm 1 H.! I'ntkin 'balln.anV R.; Urartley 11.. :,' ; C" '''. ---.' -. furlItcr nuiKimrent dhnll itS mmli! !Ix-yond THB Son takes pleasure In publishtig /r @J
li.
.;.- fr\ >. *., Widniryer' J f W.Jaeksou.) \ :: ,\ Plan :'Adopted by the 1. R. A t W. 10 PIT ,,"1. err innnni' tinlmn no "nt hll.I..1At l the following excerpt Vottt fln It!).

'. ; -----.-----.- --". -. -. ... ...ir IIp1t'lIlell\tnl.' P. U. A* acl tion.fu n ,nirnl nl..lnA i of the "'tn.-kh..1Ii'u's., l.erfstlbj1; letttr wrllell; b. MK SrtniueiRUndcs
le lln1. nf' the
4th
: i.\ WEST J'ALM l \ I' ..hillitl' tol".nc'nlnt'th." 1 ITlh ilrt.vnf tYhriUty tlrl..r.l.n i I pn old and bighly.reeced! ( ''J
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UKArir: (
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ntniiA.GUY ) ) ,
,i.J :0.1'olTl A II IIt'"I 5 I..1I1 .ItCI.0.:1 % iizrn of Ihe Bay Biscay Country :
tiiillniin, IH
fur
I .. ,' _--_ -._-_ int MKHfiKim flI.TIIII A"'ini.tTiiiv: : nnllt.111 "llttlte fifty This part of the world seems to have

: "t' ; : .'., The 1t'"lrttI t.iicl.t tnndo R hip ''h".I.n, ni'rnvil| I In ri'iii'rnl nll\"III.I | 'I' yeatS.Rill\ otikes-ti "I the Amnclntlnn' escaped the late freeze with less injury
.J "
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IJKSOCV'lll
MEFCALF 'li.lil Ifliil' !, mill dirthi-r Hi "I Ihnti any other place on the mainland. \ ( iT.t9fiLcA1:
< willi '" .fnntinr.r !: 9\5ayS
to l.antnnAon Monduy lust alaigc ,"h'l hi. ft Prvnl .t. Vlrc-l'rwl'lpnt' ) nwrvlnry.TrrnHii .
,I" .. a .'iliMlil-ht!% hits ., Since the free*e nl Coconntlt Grove a .II
I lMi
-f ''' <: Editor arjd Proprietor t hll\\lbtt of pnssengefii onI'nrnished 1trl. I Mm.lu.urd. 11.,111" ,.,"" \, fli ttinl'lir, to I nnc pmriil. n Hour I nf 1"01, tl,"'. nfwlilih direful eKAnlinaliotl of Hundreds of ( 51flU6'J5t1flEAllo

: _-___. .. hn-ll>, \1\ 'I"'I..III |Iy oiTi-ntc'l' I ff tin" "110* lln "lrrl $ I" l ltti'ttilt'rs,( | t Ireen, finch el cnavfti, nVaOadobtnts .

t.L., 1 -- ..__ Koom.i to Kent with 01 \InI'1 Ilrl, 'Illvnr Or) 'ngt' nrnifrr*' A"'o Intiim, llrh .r.l r.(if,.hnl mnl In, (tint'clrfti'iP tnnnth tit.1 11.) "fit..t" guRatand JalllalclaD.. at Palm Beach III (Sd Rotunda of the

YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2. without bonrd. AI'ply0 or nddirsi. \ l: I'. rorrhirlii the l..urr.prlt' He \.dl..II. Ihe nhhlinl pies .)mangoes, tilatimee apple strawerry Roust! Poh'e/ana./ .fo.96
Inn cit nt niprllnlr
tnclirt'Minllli'KKlilitnmt
ytntr Ii!
:f Mrs. Jot. 11.lllta.,8t., WestI'alm nppnlnt' an mwlntint np'nt !"""*"- t> plants, palms fttld other varle.iea -
1 ,1 htlW tlio, -
1lolt.
eliHtlon -
__ h. ___ Ulach. nvKiem of, 'liienl 11'1. in I tin* |1.1'1".1111/!. l| / fIt ineilidintr ohe of the citrus faltlllv, -" -- ---- -
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'' ', the( Norlli. 111"! Wwl, ., ,mililecl% I n I show that bOlle weri seriously In luted. bad otut4)))
; oi" ntli' 1'h.Itlnhliit,. iitiililllit\ hi tllilfntiMlhpfikliii'hlhi ', If vOn wftlltftiaan oil
t.t the I IrwIIIM. Some with and fruit
: / !Irigcrsoll & Oeer are with all ''I..r1.I..n| nml i'1,1.111' ASii'liI'11111 llnll klinll, urbvcs blossoms ( adtljts-j tIc cd" llbplbiln h !tL
yon veal estfttei
j k nnnfth, > aver .hl| )' ,nnl'tii-U wilt! Innclnlcit Inlll 1,1 i ipCCIt III nil stnfeeS ot growth are fieeu. 1 I & ckillingwohil- juno i
lire tune They art geulntf nw < thiiHlimiill.MlOtAiiTllt.lt OranalH ,
.' lB. .1 And. CI the! ntul S rl'Alt'l, nl hlluM',' ot \> eanKinlK \ japan pjitms, are Up and, eUtlrety (tininrl. 10

"' :: / toliif-rscveryd.lv sell once gottetii them.. I'IstliCPIt In .ihom, III ""(11.1.| liHHilli, I the h Non! bl l the pineapples hive, Fla.

Ri/ tjuality goodathey keeps,. luiHlnrn' 1'hl lit Hut t will I* |>M-inl .tel' Innw hYLh" been Injured. Only a few banana ,-. -- .

: I The Rchixiner 'j tills 1'rancis" or- thi nHFltnH hiinnkhntilii, the rriilt renihthi'm 1, j I'.Vii-h lll''.II.rll'l! bo en. l leaves were browned. Of some ban '+ -.t.,,-."+" .''H.? .

< : AMONG hived in the Lake Saturday with I m hull ,linler, nml \\u-iler lio hll l-1r, ijrruniMtnnodi. |,11.HIl||| ,| I'prtlni'ate 0' r'rlnrolP or .ntork, dred grown by THK SUN correspondent 1:1 r-- -" .

r -;::: OUR CHUEOHES taro; of gasoline from Jacksonville. 1ln> frrlU'Vnl nftc.\\'t \\lll IIP by tho Pmlrtput anil Sprrplary' for none needed ctitlhiK. A slight( f\ /

.. '<' ". --...-- I |1'nIII..t"' "' ,\\" llW'nWl thi. HKKlHInnt sen. "I lIlt sun re or Hhnre 111 by isis", Sueh, .Hhnrptuny I injury lo the tip end of the fruit wag .West Palm Beach h, Feb. ?, 1895I -:$

': ', :.' Time and P'ncs of Service, Special I Charter O.tk Movci lt 1.ll arc I'.,I nftiMit n,III tin |1'"I.II"1|| I tin1 Hhlpper*. IH trniiNferiTil whpti, no <',.h,1 1. on the ihe only damage unstained The :

1A ;, Notices I goods rx-erynlicte. & Ol..el t I'5 hrntlip.iarlrrN' nt .1'1.'n. T hi* Renernl' mirn'inler to thp tory of, Ihe slack, ferllllentp tomatoes were very jliRhllv effected.

I, ,;" Week-Day end Sun- III >ve Uitni In lick Mnngoula \ 1\ IIKPII! will .I II K'niiHlnnt .lnmlllll .1..1, I lijlrr I I ci.',",.'..,,1.1., not! ItrHpl'l'ly" ( The shipment of tomatoes hat conlin- I: BURKHARDTS. $

:' .t'\ day Meetings.; nil plices fol ftoloftft.TOR t ( with "III' In"11 nui'htu ,. rnlliilinuir, when H llpn I't-rtllll'llttl' khtlll III t.'II.'.hln..1 pro. ued right atotiK Just a If hot hll,1t'; had q .

r ; : ',', _.- SAt.Ji-! TTBrge mule) kefnnil' with llie', n.I.'nl' ain-nt utIsI.'llR. tl. t lileil\ tl.nt I no .linh> nhnll' Im I It"II'rr'11111* hal' "heil. Oiilv a fewetfR-lllanlg *ere _- 5' 5IJN'i f.\

: I'ongrcgAIJoiiMl Churi'l, ('nUMi'liu.' k double : under "i Kriiweni, nml will I IP ,hilly IltIst. .1 .lit Fiery nil ihcnMi'iiKirt. lit. tliereolt, n I hlvr lii-en killed S'eectalile KtOt are Vrfy 1+1. ..,
), ._ wOI !single ur the Ishe || will ln will In the much eliiied over null late i1oj4Oh
I'll m 'Ili'trli( HumliltI'nlll. 'In die A'so bred horse.Arldrvit "111' 1 1"I..rl".I.1 (1",1. AivHlripHIDnVrprilllfialW; tan, lie I. good prices ( IlUNMttRD #
, I Club lung Vwlit L n ",1 ) oung. i livet. isisil) tliniiiuli ihl,* HK.lMtnntiipvtil. rains This! Is (the brst couulr Uncle .
Hall nt 11 a. ,in. 1', I'. Melbourne, "" ''1'. 1111".tII"I'| | of""I' Uln.I.I ,Mrec- ) '1 ,11
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: l'owlI. (l'r"IIn" IIP, turwHriliHl Sam's flag iloats oVeh '
W..I 1'iilni Hondo. I fr'lbnd tl., I.l' an.r ti-rtltlihto, br rertlilrnlm .; (otf cd'Mri ;
Ki'luvil Itentb.$1thfl. : Sunlit iir 1,1'"k''I.n"1, \ will lu! ,lullI" I IIIIi enrl..nI.11 \ I IH- lout .r.l. out i-nl- --.gid- ,. l t
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s' t li'iio .. in. s "hl.1 11' I''rl id .
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rti'ty cliriK'Inn'
I Kn .lNiKlMnillhihHrthv I 'le-l chiiwolrnlHfiiti !
.h'"Kir. H'"i> 10.. Irll' In bit Ill.l. "Hi* or Flirnmn'ii Itall. ainl much wieuIiiaiIiii'g ,yoJ.. nre .ujfo
|I' ItxiinlU
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Prvtirlilna, 7:1.1 A reeled boat several rowboats i ll 1. ,
in Ailt
1 |I' l olitnlnvil
sai I \" ( ) nliin.nll'"IIII""II"o Hhil Heiiln&
M 1"1.1 ilMHnillM I !
iliiiH'lii*,' l'r"'r nll'I n ami CinifiTcnro Sciviif weic "" floating; In lbs Lake \ to I the fruit ,, -- -- a stpnmsiiits( yf

on Mr wit Shk*. Thumlny-Lnillm', AM.t this 'l'ek. This is dangerous! to nullgallon. I. nml iiih'kl.V.I llu'', .el-niK hnll.' lil'ln'pt "liiuVr( w1' h"I"IIII) t thp A..lltOI nitnliiHt an.vIOHH Friday nijtht I'eb'v ijih, Is the date and ,weigh *
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.'. t-" I. | |' ] upon' the IHNIIL ol 'h ) when you grliul t 1 -
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A. "I'MANTR 1 l
\' I ".Iur. wliv"HiiOI\" I Ilit-J)' C ht-l lln-lr itiHititiiitliin, nmltlufpeeilW CI'S" I .Q''I''t I ."'tell, pet for a benefit ball for Ihe 1'l.ngler.

'.. '.--- I S llNlitrr 5' |III i,.111,5, .iiit'sl, Hit.liM'klliKUl AliTirl.M2.II'nlr tr .Knrh.1.11': Kt i'k lillilllr I In' enlitleil Alerts .the Cre lC'o\nl, Ii. l-ettutly or. out; over the counter, I in 'j

:> ::'!... 1 111!rill or n.,'h..IIfl..lV.I. /I,.....Ii Maintss ? Of rolt e'ut% Vats gel tl, Ir.I. anil "'"II.nlnl I t"1 to imp \ot* nt Ih"II""I.I"of hll, .lln. Aco'ilitlon gnnlSe'd at West bleach for the ponntt lots, a blind red i j jpounits //1 1ti.
.,
Ilipin on. Lake Worth Uale & % lUneilhave 'Inshipment of furnis-htntf help in lime of
nt P liieknontinntlll prevent soy error purpose
,
.
-i' Tc! ''. J. X. Mfl.muit.Mornltiir fornirh nhnr. lu-lil' bv him, of pari 'fa'liciilar ;
"- nil kind; of cart or teal, or Tht wt'Kterii in uch emergencies a< are occasioned I by of coffee, one
.111.1'uh"m hoil'i I hi' innr
'. '/' b'"lIV. lll I ll. % ; | | peisioii or by peoxmitiip >
trn\*>r nnil wmiim Rtittr1ii\. II L liartie, and their are right. : ,.,1 tu tift ilf \efltlliilliin. '' week for(
; .,* Holy" fViminnnl J {I h..I..lnl.I.o "111 ,. ,b'rr,'ten mil hoi'It.v, In ,IIP nl',111 h. fire.The brand. Init,
: l"n.II tin* hI.t "uii'11 nf Ilir. proceeds of the, affair are for the
". ,.. miinth ,11. Try (Our SaU' \Ve innke il. A I Ihe MllTtnry. l.r"'Ih'llhnl. I Hie pelKiul lip-' WesU l alm tf
r ninriiln1 /I' of for IhU volunteer 'like j
pvrMer. Muiilnr .Srliuolir.v : A I'liilnlTHniieM'l, iiUP II? Vnim, of I Iii'1i5'tit" , \purchase equipment ft It town
1,''' Mnn.ln/' imirrlns II't 1(1..n'', ii, nent market is. a pliasint sight to \ 1".h'I..I"' ,proxy .h,1 hlniHelf IIP Hloek- ( and ,there nhoulil be no Xr
cean. ( I Ilinlrllet the
lilpn> \ ueli.tr company *i
it is doing'
.j : 'lmll'IIIn.1 Iitllii'r! In I the AKKOI-I illoii' :ilench; pretty
:: | i/i'r Have .1 isilcd I ,
,
e iryVtilmiln.v, .u t, ; any ( housekeeper. you \ the of busineis ,
Iii (
: |* "lit n< lo,1 .1 l Si.l'u\ KO nil hesitancy on pnri every "
: -:1\11.: & Gei-r? .rwlr.III.'r,111 yim A hiti''t 1.1: 8. Spii' I ,il niet'lliiKH of I the it toikho'iiler *: rnlrt / 'tf
luetul !lie run lIlt Pt't, the ," to HIP. man nml property\ owner In doing
.h..h.t ; 'IIP pnlleil' I HIM. I'lt-lilent, r ,
I.r by ntmtch
:41.\ Mi Tint lltnvrnrunoiin nP Mr. Anpi'H*'._ C.. A Stone I is adding tn-rt oV threermiiiis ,n.'e '. nml ill "I he mine tune Inmriiet 1'1' lof I II..h.I', ItS Iln> or- everything possible to make the affair 'e1)ssn't! ) you thtnk( U roust. be ;.) .
1"11'11"1'11.
>ttiiftri h' ih** tliniili'r nit* ,litlit'nt" lln* I the W\lrra This f l..r'nr.I.I n pn-fern-il IIR. nt when ; I'r I Hie 0'1 n Complete' surccst.Cnpt. ; sell AA'
: onto 'Is lIP 1111 H'illi| '' "' '" s.ti.tkhlIlt'Iti. xoott coffee that will\ oue
,
'lhlll ,
KiTtory Ihr hoel nthWnnnliillPenn lose )! Hllinlt (hue lieftrl omcer ,, 1
" i itn NiH'iini nml! fourth XViMlni-. i lii'ing done In to accotninodaiemoie hIs fruit, lo .rl.11, 11""I'n' N'ollcp: I nf ".1, miH-llnik nliiill lie ) ] 1

.i\n\m\ of thv, ".'"h."t 7 II. '". All yoiinir 1111'11'' jz.iests The RivIera hat b.e:1 rli,om' hI. nitehln nn.l' :'il,. tnl,< wlniet 1"1 In tti'.lliIIst itt with. I Ihl'lnttttit, I'lorlibiAiiTii.K4i of/the/ Company Is j.erjioiiitlly: luperUinit ( :: Im, ulffit. potiiula of itself in ;.f-|

ro '"Iti'il. v.Tim. lril I lately and bcniiltful\ I I I nmlpicttirrqne inelinveth I > Mirtiini, .I'I h,. iniukel! tit. the | Tllti I lilnVluhiahhll, l'ielivtei.I II. \' nil nttixuyeiuetit nlid He aiiure. week ? full In llio' Cacti df

.J Tint 'I.AIIIKM' SEMIXII SIK"IKTV nni'lMvii-ri' Oik, Lawn ;promises lo IK K ,ner.il., nin>iit. \h%.i will Iw puxie.l h \\ \Ire ImM b) hnhlil tllp IHihlbit .liu-llni/ llml us lint the tttlnsioll111 bcwtllcoltduclt. \ 1, n "I )
: 1'lnir-ilHV. nt U ( th.'Ir "tl htii' ))t I I. to .hll .tl. fetntetl nh(I th el'erjWay( I He.sl'rdle nctlve petition such' ill +;
p. II' nt plni'iii In nnunnuril i .VU resort. ro".lhlnl, .Iuh I liKt'l' I.1" Ir 111.tl' l>ne.Veliriilul, .h,1,, theirHiiiTe lor all /Like coin ,
) the citif.cns to
. '. 111 'h >,_"_'k.. __. _u_ ., _, The piices ireienlh' mip.im, il fruit "'" 'Iul\"I,1|, ntnny ..oi* tire ,ilnly,, I'll el ell ',,isIt| I"MIUI., cOllie, with their wives, their dauxhtei, I *' we have In bur1' bustliug! 1 X.1
----- -- on Ag'xle assoli 1..lnl.
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'WI h," ill I :;, \ I lilriVluin' Cult! olll
i ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS by \Ve\ lrcclst of West I'alm I .Onl"'II' sItgii" ) tl5| .,illotl, nml I'oneeH, d n e- e\I".i,' \11'1,1111': I'lottie., the nppolntini'ht and their sweethearts. ,1:j ton u. Sure, l It must bo it be
The school l house
bi-ai.li.; are sure lo Mirptisc. ou1loitxekeeiHrs I'Inn ell I ttlPliiilt, of I Ihe. 1I'I\I'\ will "plnre new to 'btlst.1 !i. 'A
.r HIP ; .
.t glint .
111.,11"11 .n wll,1 ened Ibis nilajuausti; the lruclure ,
1 ,bowi\nt to a"c.money U'\'I'II"'r| I tlieir ml i'f it II.,Ill\ I t\\ hit IllS of HIP i-liM'kloililem., Al I t lIe ',., I by wonilereil, '
Published in Abbreviated Form for the llullnole this pointer. f I tlii- gt'Ilt's!*! ui 'II.II M'llnr(tie!\ hpflji'nw' miiinul, fleelloiiri I 1..1 .tIII lilrctnsinhnll mnlnt is in splendid shape and well adapted J.?: 1 IL taint !to lie nt /*.
'tjJ'
; Information of Our Headers. --- iiihlt| HeflViVy. reilie\ il I rnleii. nml. n' "I t"'IIII'r.1 to the occasion. V Ihougli, llinl we arc Belling a
We have Sirloin' Sneaks Hound ''Ilt beeluwen t. whoul' then pro Ticket will he sale at all I :
placed
.. ___. ; huh kuo leie) i.f ilie ... nn I rimirol ifIhe II I 1 on V-
!
'II'k. civil, to I the L l 1 Ii nil red poiiiula, a week and *
Steaks rorterhotue Steaks Cn.tUe.Mnn 1 th..U"u. .U".r "r..I..I''''* posl-ofhces on the I, ike, nl the hoteli I ti

.: .1' TROPICAL TRUNK LINE. House Steaks, Ltnlatia: Steaks llpoluxo I nl'l.liniiiunl 1111' i-c.tiy., of''I'I't xlnep' Kolnil the, li'lliilier tl i<1'II of. Hhlppernlii Tlilx' In 'hl.I'., ., ,lu,,HIM llltle'l'h" 1)1 hl,. .I'"r"I.| | I i. Till. and In other ConveultiH placet fdr the! .' ?. over of UurkhnnUs Hlend, 't.J

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lihiS-tIIt'S .li haiti\ 4
Sn-aks n fcitliluf ,
NOIITH' 1I0"\II--I-IIo'II"r" Alh.lls..t WK-nks, Iludwciser I ilnne- public tj pcliihe I WillDon't
1/1 llu.viil., 1',1 M. AintiiMliii'li'ium and! .. St ike our market I will' n-l.v' .,".I.v..n lh" } iihduuiil i>( till I sl'l',,0",1111.1, I \Vi'ihntltiV' hf Mii'li, "llh. fot/etlbe dale I1ehrllat'Sib.. iilts not only tho goodness of :.
"N"'III ill' III tut, tili Sh'nk. \ Itenei-nl' mri-nt t iplneii I Ihelifrill I, will innlileelm :
;, as ( btbt In boutli 1111 III, I .,! lill'1v"| AiHl.iu|", ",i .' unit f'cinlH-r, Come if but tickets and! )
; miunr( of
; nt Juno ultli I'tli'-ll.il,I l.lni'iit, 11llersol I <.. I ou can, buy i. the foil"e, but the price
iiiliV't"
", ne.t. 1,1 ,111le .r.I"I. ( of I HIII :
11 tt.1 II10..11,1', ,p.i,,. : & .I'I ADHOi-liill.in.I They) .1"1 I help a worthy enterprise even if ou
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ri'iirln'H J iiilti| ,r -- Ih' 111,11k I l's. Hi'! I 1.1, 11.1111"I .. |ilv\ilit the, '. I that (III it. I II
I1'1 doing
fit 1i.M:: I' .in., rimnivliiia* tilth Iiiillnii, |,ltiII.liii| !. ol'1 IKI-t "n'III.II11'I, 10. its I tin* AKHOPIIIllonutnl <: Call 't be 1'1 eselut / '
,lllvi'rSl"* iliiint The Sleamer I I shah hii\., K<',iiernl Kiipervlxlon" overilni I ) I. 1 '
*
1'1'.1'| Sinta Lucia look ;I ThlNi.,' MVirt "Ih\ i hi\.1\\ t of t Ilie of I the :.1" cents a lOllO' ..pounds 'iiiI
Tin Minn l ** *ir\lrt' iHilnll.v. party of of the Hotel : .11. "ieciuli: ( ."'11... mnl fron"S SI A lleanllrnl '.Rho Kroul +: '
t"II\II'"r." I '".*'. guests Royal I mill In i'Ar tiiiiilH. i !' I | l li I Hie'Rent U'for MJ !
| ) I
Wil'TIl I liorvii" Imllitn! 'li\i-r! Kii-miH'ri "I'oiiiLiaim to I'nti Ul.md Saturday I ,..1' 1"1111. I limp .Hun,biillenlp, to ll.o Kxii'iitltii; t'oinmlllep. -- ...- a dollar. +:
"m "
In I."i I il I l
inirli, .1)"pllo"| || r I'nT.v ili> .'.i'i'il| M'ltnln.r.' nl An hour > I I I I Iill'eM'lilI
.1UII: > 1 I'1. in. riiiuni'llnu% I lhi, uf I till' hp! illK n'iu-.u", s.I'l| I .ptlie* ?t ,
..;', titminn'r, **$\UKiMtlni'% ) iw,'11\ tliM I ruin 'ni>il, : tiining I the \voM'cUul\ I curiosities ,111,11111 n-unhili'il, l I" I Ihe innrkels. I '111.111,1 I th,' it ilenli olli| 'l i iii"-IIIUO's UK location and in etery way a'I
; tmrtM'infi'rA' SI I'S' 'III 11'.11I'10. ttishiyhly prriu.ible that these I'inl > h.I'r. ...1 (unit In I Illu nl-iele s | of I ,". most desirable winter home. Tub
( U"i.uil I "riiliirlnimnt / trips II"lr."rl'I
... ll.oo: ,p.. MI. -- ... 1\11! out ignite often.We I I lie tIll.I"'r.fl'iit' II hilt' 'piwleil" \I" \ I Illii I'l I'HlltCIN 511' inS I lime III 'tit* |'|.".'In** .|ititli|| .1.I"/I', I I Ihtt'l of I Iheli' place Can. be purchahed at a reasonable !H BURKHARDT BROS-; $}

II.I.k'II'rt' 'tiilinlN'r' tu iU'1 IIKIOI l t'l'lllmll'rt', .
----- 1''I'"u' iwhlell .I'I figure. AililieKi. ! EAST COAST LJNI \ brccht h.is I big stoCk of Tools' najfsrit t'Hn HOI hi.! u\l. Ilrll, hi llnmIn' I lltii I'lisililflli, xllull IIP I'X.uth'n; I S West Palm, Heacll ; )

; NOItTII HOI' M'.. Hardware and Galvanised Ware Coining aLtl)Ii'. "iul Hiinl'l' unit hI\, ,1,1 n.ltin.' tlieKenernl eliiiinnmi., The : | romiiitee, | :
rniln7Mi-AVr! Wf t "'11111.'J l III ,ill u I".I1'.r .h.1 : Clematis Are.! West/ Palm Beach c Fla-
; luvii'b, nt 7:1.1: ..i. '". rrurli'uig; J.irliKiiiiUlluat in I few days They will be, loll! ", milil'illt iliul, It.. I. ,,1-.1 .li,1 i lIesiilIIiIUI h 11** Ki'iiern I *niH| 'r, |HHII| .' lhI I tin' n0nlrH iHit I J.anil HIH| l.tilN fill Mats. .

"" (5IIl| p. nl. Itt prices lower than ever hlltt! uf l ,1..11111 n. TH' lij/>H' "Ishl'lsl| I tiu., mnl' hnll il 'l'tu't It* oMialimns ', .. ., ., :I
fore in the State of I 11",1,Ion. ,I" ""i".1| I lo ,pnenl I ri'iil''it.'i' ----- .:+ c -, "+ -<_ _, .
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SOUTH( III I pliimw tie eniili
I. |"II'( \ ) -Tiitlii III l ".'1111'* J.' Ui.nvillant 1'.lle. >i >-, ul\ the r- -, .: .
,,, for
t our goods.To IN 'iihl' fiiini i.'inlna, I I.IK compel, Iii.'ii Iii.lliI We bave H/ile nl bargain ;prices .
; ul' trli'i It l fur ill I Ir .
to.:Till ii. in.' tt''IoIIJr.1, "I'nlni' allll'C ,. in ""''fcl.III"! I m'Mlcjimil .
,
-- --- h in Khl 1"'I..rlrh',111( Hir HIIIIICpohil .I'"I", tbtee loll in Juno fronting' on Railroad
Ik-'irli at 0.1.1 i. III. t 1 I tin* SiPs'S't1ililh")' firilitiiiH fur theInl'iHiiclliHi
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'_ (xiviV.s a !home, Street' nUo \ acre, Lake froillj, teat
on one of the "
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nf Ihu ,1 .
InirfnciK
I Ihu
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--- -- -- pretty hUills along the Lake shore TheaA''"I l Kellellil, nfci'nl I will lilN '11.111 roinpiin.iThey Maugmim good{ ,l'/i story ij\a| frame sa1o-AEarak

"' iA.M. embowered in a mass of green and ",-llniK fl'llll nl' h",",' I. ". I l.., Hint' In keep' hll, 11. ( mi, tho .trotcI".II';. ) .nfitch I. bouse close lo clinicli school bouse. For [
"I ii" ui-cry iminlllot I of A
I "., --- wih. )possibly n beintifully; I lie KPllel'llllltelll, | pllMeil. ,,I ,t to I Illll' .. Ihl oe'liilioH public vvbarf store and post' office .
; ,
Ili'Uiilnr ciiiiiiiiiiiiii'alliiiiH, ,. "' !1t""IO"'h l leraret /hl "h.1 hrollly climine: lh I InHikdthu <.1 1 KliAl IJsTAtK I
I ot luxuriant Bermuda I of fmlt Mm* mild this,! till) iirt.tliintt.in" ; nel', TlIK \AVH Coristv I. CO.
; ,/ Irfiilgn Afc-ocliitinn, eiinfer tim nlllet'in, I II _.. __
unn
IO.lal'l.J'III".t'I".wIUI..I..II"' I 2.A
,: "he IIIhilion of all wl.oli.ivc Hits 1"'I."hll h<4nA (lAken IU itiv fuliil;1 wil West I'rttui Beach. '
Ht I C\'ctlllU 'hr.l I until <
: hnlnnlHy Ir. timi
C nrli niiintli mi HH
At 1'JnVliifkin.S Ii. t'.II"' III.> -- - -
,h' lovely st tIl \' I 'hr.t
country
Ill nrkilk.The
I" and
line of
"WI| ._ I111' .. I tract 1'inenppte
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In1..11'.11 HriTonllalli Invllntlu" n'. """ 1lt II tin. "apprrnl' : of the \
) Jiiil' r I.iih lop hale.
ill i'ClIh!
leiiernl nKenl elirulnr"
ti'iiil.. XKMII.N K. Con "..', \V. M,. I Sanitary buckets etC required in \ a tuitM'is lull lI'su rsl, '1"1"01'' lit their ne.vl r"IIIsr Frnll Iln.lot Mungonia, hear" the

: A. ,li llr.vi.Kn, $.".'. II,... i West I'alm Ileui'h and neededeverywhere. ; iiiiinliiK ,prlif" fur phienppleif, I u. I.. ) .I II A u'5 thor CISI,ii npi" ,.. ,, > Luke front 77
an m'.II1I. conlaiuini acres.
I" mill' ,
tit "Ih '
"visys mhertltu' We have been aprKiinled
We .h"'II. ,. ncents rabat
) brecht kctps beta I isle I II''1,41! ON, ttliiirlilill 1 fXiiiiliio all iii'cnulil., .
c liSts plnenpiili'M of thU wehon. Hi will is kuo tbe "Gleason, Will vubilivlilein) \ 5-acre elripti If
in glovk, or makes them' in allY site ; Up* mnl t'Vlih'iii'pii' ol linhilM, "fit'CM, shill money \ n as I'rop
or ..1._ nil, ii| eewnry lilunkH. lio Tliv !"w H"Imtil IiIllslti. style you Aisli. Ueniember; the sIllll: Im :MII.I| t hJ the Trm-111-f, reepl Ill, lits'crtillsiitloti nrrau e peual

place; Wexbrechl'i Hardware Store at ,. fir", ele pnv( I 1n liMMUtnitt uf' (iJul'rvi'lneJwor (! tliu d",1 lisa, aud are prepared. furnish prices ttilli( puruhuser ; price/ 1(110 herat.t.e.
West IettcIj. 1.rllll"1, nml oil I Uie isis,! fiiinf I Hi : all" de.scrl.itlou of Ibe building lull for
The 1..11 ntlief slsi tie tinninmufollU'lit
West I'uliii teach Public School lII1O"S. .h,1 I".rll 11'1 sale III said plalUtix. Lots. $6.. to jtjoo Address or cull oil
11 (lie tel Ihu .
A 'inliiin
ViiiKIing is linislu-il with the excvp- The sailing and '"11151 t theiliMleMil ,1.1. nliinj tall cm us. or 1l""r..Ks-1'J1F. IAn
steam 1'h. inii-nt III
many MII'.II
yachts:
\ time tllilu ,
lion of I ll/H"bl'l him ALBERT W. ROBERT
the iI"' k uhioli 1"0 I I I.
are daily ex on the Luke now present recite of II i SI |ii'i. enl hal Hln! t.o", I lie. IlleHl IIRelltH COI'J.'I'IHAlt I-STATU: ,
pected from I by thu : ,i C'nniiirutm1; anil! ) |! beuit
B'\'Ilh. COM..ANV.//
.' Tim) building Clexcl.iiul Ohio. activity iu yachting circles very pleasurable nil nllhntl( ,lofttiihliil, I. Hi |Ir murk In; for >>Hrb{ mnl""llkUI n .h,1 tn pneli I West 1'alui lleacli, J'U. Jan io-8i West Palm Beach, Fla.
'lit one that would \>v to those in hue n-UU outing 'fruit noli) liy hi n nl hOII.h. lip ,pnlil n 'II""I'I.t
a credit to any County in the .11 ; "'""IIIfu at their il ,,"' ) iiivfilnii _,
Northern lulur
State. .
wfWWr rcnlJeuts '" llu loeHln I -
sloril. per 'p''I. I
It is the largest school ale e"11 11,1..11' ,1 He hull ali",uike ropmt II"..rt""I" )' u iu |l.
in
binldnn in fol eami .
any almost fur tol.il I i-ominl ll II (.
town of this ',ixe in the S.Rt.1es"lIe : one owns yaCht of kind.We every iniikliiKn.1 .rvbnlvi'f .Io. MT|HToenl.nlwll'lll : Ih"r'' nf 1..1.1 .l ihpir, retluliir, "el'Iisi5- U. S. WEVTHE.t BUREAU, DEPARTMENT OF 1GIW UI.TUnE.

the fact that this is in its iuf.inn' I sOle 1..rt".11 I'h.t. ft",11. \"", |I..I lt III- situ MIluliil .
-- l.r\,08 h
-- : jl treiimirv III the Arnneiil-,.
i'nib goes to Miovr that DadcCountv; j !hate a consignment of "I | .t.h. liil'eiilliJof' I tin .trrll",1,| cr. JUPITER FtA. Feb. ad. 1895 :

lucre nc.t only' to slay. hut to atHilv, I- boat lumber, elegant sides and cypress planking tnl. 01,1!.: per t'II. n" ,'.n.I.I. |I". the AKrf"t'll; 1'Nil 'crul.ir)' lnll/, kccfi nn llr'llril'f Weather Rep Kt (for lit..mill ending Jan jist 1895. U.troineter, corrected for :

along 'In the future as it hart done in coming' ; 1111 few daj's. Make Roll TillI'lit'n mil I .11 -' ',.I'/r.111 tIM |I'l llePllifliun ir thu temperature aud elevation1.! 3 *. M. and S p. M.lime. observation 7jtb meridian
the jour wIk..1 t 11.tJ.rllll'.U., will he Dircctnn iitt'l! lib Comparative temperature for ibe tS. and r
r. past. selections or send in orders .11111 liitl lsl'rs I lie of IS&* yean 1894 I8 S.
_
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at | -
your iimlpr t tlieuli,"IT\HIHI| ..
$ To bee a public school ot this, size once for '\ hal I ih. en- el'iili\o'iimni'llee. llu I bnve tin, ---f-- == -
you --l
\ & [ I Ihe .llliafil,' .h.1 "I.1 r'i.vJi"
I'n..1 style in n town which has not vel I'oter. West Palm -Lainhar ,1..1.11 n of l'rl.I"' llr ofnn ily of al lllalMiok. aiiilpiptr! nr thu AOMH-III : IIJIa.'T' ACU ,I '" '-I -I- ,- : t.A.rv I

t witnessed its first t birth day, i is a cum. s. If anyone 'Ieael. Indian I ''h..II I\H'hli".*. H.h.hl.ll. l.il' I li. (lleI u, 11.11. .) thai! II"" "t'fssI-svis(..cu'i.it' of l i> I : I UI.f"'I1'Y -;< 11 S ---.7'--J-j. ,'i.i\:I3 I-

C awake ty; hut it ami speaks progressive volumes for our ciiiznu. wide, er wants ollllL''ot klldllll.! phlnlJIj tUv, i I In, ,.r."r,111 fruIt Iu ,lornl aKPiiln, ,,1 In- tn.nrld.nl.l.b.IIIIUI..rm) ilS I"y 1II II"u t IIUI'hiln1 bi'Ilh ili,',,munecc lu.' ;;:0::0 or wish ,i r.j : 1I'a..LTuIU.$TStSOp I t Ia x.i ':

hose interests are with the develop Iltjlt.UI; : | or \, Wt'lrecu. I..rlll, wII"lh f II I 11"1 hj I he imiei.iliiKeul iry.AKTI 'Ii i I .\1 I" -:0 ---I ;f----fT-;
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4 ment of the rising generation as wt"a what. I'alm Beach ,' kilo. IK .fcruileit mnl .1.! .. nml e>|.'.| HIlenlloii !'I.ml. TntiTreinurundin.!! recehuaiolllinLllI'M : I--'F' .. ; I'It' : i : '
tieibawnio r'
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the East Coast. you want He hal 1 big stock 'of fulley 1,1" Only frnllnlilipfil llnlllKllll*)'* (i' Ulll .(. ihl lliOII, ullllll, I
5' material of all kinds and force of | liy uil'i ln'rs of the AHIH'liitluu( l\,111) flif.rlt \'-'i-ii--i---c--, --'I..I' ..., -I ;
The \ .
ttrchi'.ecturtf com I- 1
of the i all ilrafu uCilvniHiiilii\ : .w \ 11J '114 74111 '7"'
or.lers toil :
: building i is petent and, workmen. I.hilnilluil, I thnliiiiii lila niellcy.: .11 i'h"'II. I ::1 1-2 1k/ ... ..:11 45..8 1 ': ..\ >V .41)* ''Ic-sr... .. .' 't'I-I 41,3 lIt. ("I.. ,, ;H .It. 1111
rarely seeu equalled on a large city's him estimate, <>expert u what wliit.Cement Have tu l-rl.-t" titers Iw nli.lit iUy| marLel. l"n>'ineiit ul, ,, ilit'y, an. .| ttlmll '.uk.nil P'J'n'ne. /I 1'1' .Iall\ --------t'i\V... .4,1H, ..IVI .11111'...... ... .- ill 7'iItt III'I\'I.' a2 119 II./, ( i/ '
favorite thoroughfare and yO,1 .11 luVe 4 \'I 22 II\'.::.:.8 s... .. t !
a much credit .. a.Ur .liillt U-oil |iniurl.| Hu.liteil.. .11'4(1 .w /""rtlv I, ""III"V lilt ;i' ( : liii / 'II:
is I lie lr. C C i-Iaighttheell kuowncontractor -- "I..t"1,1 I iw niniu 10 six nxpiitu, I.1. A<. He uhull mnkak tliu minunl nieellniiiif II .11).1 II ". ....TIN. ... .11" I'.rtly 'Innh' 1Ii.ul'17 I :' 111'11.'; .
UanOI'et r"'I'rl.1 -
., and builder. the IlsIn the *orl i I's ll"ii mill Omtilliut* IhroiiKh llio |i>e I ib ill'>.|-j)K.: ""....!.II.-.K:....111:1.I : ..s' III 1'lIrll is, I'Iu'y-lILlIsiTITa\ lilt Ii's 7-.Iu' 1I"'ZlIII' 4tlI.t\ '
world, and hU il, bi(4 ( ucli utlier .1st'ls'. u 7 4i4 '. .11.SK..10 .
good f uud ick l ) u".IIK'rl"rll I I .Mh; .11711"1.1' ('huuy 717:117"I'11I 7't lIst '
The building is situated on n beau I.olllhart & 1'otter's. West<'iot al 11'II. or imrr. Al .1111"11.| n III |151115 > '.' liiim tlinu licvunie uecvoury u, 1'1 III.I.I I Is i K ...tlli IL..I.IIli.| .> 0:1 1.IIII.Ic..r. .. ....7:111:1- 11\\ 711141 fllll4, III P
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; : tiful;' lot the corner' of Clematis I I'alm Reach thr"11* icetii'iul uueul nt J IICkNIII,., |II':|' who, .. '' l.all \.I i'j' us' si-:...145-i.. ..12"Jl4., .'Si.;| I ) tI."oJv I iI .I.I\IIIII
: at avcI --- TrotiKinvr, ansi keep' nmu-nlo" nrcouuU of .1.1111 lIT7II1IrI'! i 11:1 I I..H
I 51)41:1: \ .. 11
H voinniuiMl the II t lll\V I | s :
uhlt-h ; : ly S "lonely : .
L HUE umi joiusifita street, two ottnc I Ills i rumoted that the help of the Cliltillo" 1111.1111.1. "I ,11,1"1'11..1",t I lluforti en 1.111 upon the IIin.' .iii. xwu ...ll.XW:.....I'\II.I'| .h4'l. (:'leir.. ... -!.' % i I .511! a-j tsu
V I. prettiest and most promising thorou ;li- Motet Indian River at LIl to IsiIeIitgi'Iitl' illmilbulo the .h.I. .r I".I, .hul ,' gnuil II,hull.lllii.t'llt
; (ares in West Palm lieach Rockledxe have I 1 -Kimmv, ..1''. 't'.4| ",.. .111111'artly! 1'\11I.1.| .''
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i.s tu.) Irult.rfhs luili-i mm lIst ;> .1HI4 I
brought > |lils
; MIII for fur olHI '
d.\laes against, the >. H he I. 1111,1 1f"liI.UIX I I 11'------Ii|IS .. .7S, .1\// .4)411" !.HI.HIlIlftN,1f1lt1.w.
i:. tories high and is etelpinujlilc u III |be liimln ntlionit i | ; : .r.ll ('I..II.I'J| ) | 1 I |
40x64 feet ill Ssiz'". Jacksonulle Terminal Two l hy tbt-iiRPUt HI"I hI. ,.'Iot lmll ilelel-ii.il.tint u .|511 h.P II' lint I llMH, I I1IISK......II:4h.1,|I 4. .ISI| 'hl'"r ... ... .-/ ) 7 j..11I"17)"" I"\I 7 I :
I/ T'ie company. HMtlntant nj! l lthv "I'I.
bnilfiints is to be used for hy fullliliil' in 4'1) I :! 4. 'I' ICIlHniiii ... .. .
more ".ek. they fin Ihu perfilnnjm'O' of Ills t U" ; '11. "'| | ;..
'\ + > than one purpose and its initiation will aI0/ hill nets being "wII..llel..I,. Tnt cceiiprnl lixeutt 171 51 11.121 I ,n*\ ..1"/.1 :1':111.)0' nr ... .. i; .. 771"717:117'/'l\jIH/"HI.> / /
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he lIe : ;
the ) approtuil, Iliitml nf liinvtuni.AHTM |
Irl"fert1111 I'uio'i depot lo .1.11. III.1 i HpllI,2tVtt'.. ..T It. .., .. NKl C
:: occur on the ) inst. take ltPM ttliolltl lo .h..I.I.1 Nllll ,tCUHrttliIvenitll | | | I -ill 1 I 'IIIII'"r.11( |l I Clondvi ll,,041,1"7111114111711111.11111'11"l | | | | |
\\hen 1
151)1 the grand I tram for Kockledge, a large lub / 7. l-v.-ry ,,, ," .11,1 lu l'oliiIroIin | | I III,.1.2-UMV I ..-.HlXK.iiii..XK; I | I ./i'l|' I.'isr .... ...-.1" 70 | | "
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to 7.I.17U171I147H77| | I | |
frelEliK" *
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:7 ; ball for the benefit of the '.n'/"I' ullil h.Ir..I. .. \ | | I lll| >
West .
1'alni of :
paint iilll hU : .1I I : T I Io.u.1111'.
turned put ur x uiiniUi oi Nainu of ln | : '
Jleach tire dep.irlmeut tikeb place. i of the train:1'shed and over on the roof lliuuu ., lnu.iTou.. oil ench, anil. IMIX of 'I'III.I..tIW."I| / I I I ... I It1 I I\I 11..1'/|/ ..III..r ... ..... '' ""'7I.n:1I1I1:1/II., / ,"!:01.lll4li.l4iil.1iS|| :1111
the of (1.'llhl.II. .v'r> put JjlllO.dl UVU.lhlll.114 .. . ... /
$5
_L Thi. udiir uill iu the party help 1. A W. I' AuTii.Il'ULEU .IK- 17. WI'III'"rll.!' 4 Clilllrh-.l'lil77I.Viiil. '| .*>i74i oiii7iii1Milh7/
occur upper btorv I irtceited the full benefit I. L I. -i upon, hh'h ihr' Si life murk,, uf A !N i*. ...h, .i' .,
S I of it. Their appl-k II. > "I'd ; .7I7..X| I ( uIt' 'h-jr .. ....-*"III''> '
I which l is Rtranged for a public hall40x41 1 cuthlfl was ruined and! now they ...1"1.11.1..11| uamu I. 'Iw .1.lrl.11 2 8l.ll> I. I \\---.. .7 I VXV..ills/ ..X ': .i$115| .loinly' :.... ..|4Nlliiu47J.iH..nlll'iinlv | i| |! !!!|tltIa4TaI.IsI7uIItst1tl! .!Tulasl|,?! !72Iti.I.tl1!' !| 'l-v,II'S''
(?e* and includins a : 2.1t99LI'iILS-------' 4154.... 182S| ..XI I < |- ;
entrance. This ball i H pretty be aia!raU't Olnlit lor damages.-Jacksonville ." (CiriM.'OIII'ORlTluVl'r' I AXD tlie iiMlinl iiiiiiiu'r. Any nl.I.r| ) 10"I'r., | ... ..-!>IK.....au4.. .. il l.r.lll'liiu.li u ..'l"iiil.i7IJ7ii7Urii"li7il.. ..I72i7ll7.1i I t 74 .1's'721 "'i.lnntilill4llHi7.'ll
to I".IIJI'I\ ;" i2
tistd I II ,
i Jill".I'J"u. I.. W. II ..'..tTIOX.IV llu Aotktliitiuli ."ul luve ChrIst to u. I Ihir.el" .' / I ... Ul\'K..liti'l ....X l Iy .. .. 118111$
far exliirilious' of allY description such I 2sl.1i, iMiK.: .. ... .1I"ll"OI" Hll7U7li I | .5,1. 71s
| .IJi-< I .111,111'7111'1:11'11117.
m o'lh..1.- UHII, ili" ilnu- .f'.I.1I| .... -
1 as theatrical prilorutauces, inu=icalc.- For > the uuili-r-liilel, > I sale at Buena Vista on Bis. "ra applu' Ki' "I"'" hu uwu Islislil sti' urUfMm llillllil.ltjI.H ... .I.I'IT- fiN 1 iIlh't TI S 'IIiSiTatTIIll2I/ 715
x" dances etc Bay a n body roi-u >rnta. Uuili-r l'liiii-| '' .IMS ,....mai' ....si li'<'l. ur ... ... Iii I I T2 "
'I-. .- On' the rlJofof'be building is located castle lert a tract of laud of three hundred > ii-r M.I'Ji.f: tln l.aw.i.'th. '. .tal.ol nu'II. a") oilier ,huh hu ui"j 'pur*-hapc. ifam .til i /:l'Ml'.lS\V'| ,....4S| ..-: :!tM :':'.':.L| .- !l.'M'urllv:!' I'llu.I',iils7n7iliii7i7JiSuimrrxary | |s'iIns H/7 1ItI\'IIUIIH.a 1I."I'I'ljitllf\I I ,lull.
front and running back making mill, tlteii i 111'1"1"" on'I uv tin ,1j'l ** b4tv. ,lu'uii 0 in Hi. lit I tun Ih'r.I. ; ,
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au nrlistic "rUry n 10 be locateda ,
t bull i I.acres; 2'acres planted in tropical'j' ti. ,*1"11 urtU-lt'M uf I iworuilou sadann. I.. L.IICIU Iv".r Lake Worih l)'ilrielaioruiiiil. for THe Month.ltaruiuil .
i'rojrciiux the
I the centre of I hi-i tS-toot'tutu belfry air. 'lor from fr nis and grade pineapples; inodresidence : .. .u ."I..rl. thu ...u. uinl, iu Uli'hv.Iaw. I ..1'' I,) oilier uw*! Slit' tra.ie' mini I Slcsuls .,. llit.ltf" : llliilimt bproiusu-''r, un I Ihe 1 lilt. Hu.iU; ljj nt Karoiuvtrr.
a i cost | fine I ball bu 4!"ciuc'l u J I lilt il I uu the tf.llb..l UJ.
Iiallc"; of lb fee, i- a '-launch. flag pole .rl zoo, store aud hereto non zest mul" UIII.SIIit'| | '. au l lMm 11..r.'r nu K UMIuf '

[rlllll obich will float the auJ packing house aud dock. Deepest wa. tJ uI.lbe. of M.ittr.Mt up" | Mlta our (lie ssliie. Mean 'I''IIII..rl| lim. lit': IIlKlu**>t TfiiilKTiitun Mil", on llm ".lli; Ui.wl Truiixrutur' ,
aur
(Crust the Day. Beautiful/ hammock .: AKih'i-U' 5. "h.Diri'etor *"ulll.rlnr., | u. or in0, uu tin l>tUrvu; >*Mt Uully Hunzt nt 'IViuiifrutura J1.
I lr pes. I 1.1. an (1w ill': 1'iwt Bully Kuuic
| front and tine view of Bay. bar. 1st. T' ibis EHUW l-. l | | all sad uUaiuvcr II Tvmuuralun*.***. 1114 th' 'J7cli. l"u Te. <
Big uw.u.etl' | be I" .11"1"1 um' rutureliir lliU -
titli
O. the ground ttinr are t<> he the "f..r"tul.bol ni In 1>''. oil : 1"4I.! Ii7
I school! rn>ui ; They arc Iwo in gam I sold in sixty dds< Everything 1h.'",lul Ititvr I I al>* ..h..I.| ut>W'>*>ar.lu be '1' .. perforuie! 'r.lIuf.lynub 1>JH.' T.'J; 1 1:11.11 tIS l.. 'il IJ; '".H. 'II"; ISJl. il-tj IVJ1 d.,'. Alejj Tiniiiiir4tun' :
uum- fur
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Also .
new for stock the 'lutftftuf ,Ibtf CmliMlKiiiiv' tblo uiuiitli fur >.
b.r 70x40 feet each lbiI of General Ur wr i.AjKiHlutl.iii, uui] Its |irlui |. ,1t' iu -snI| tu N >far 11'1'

The bcuool was l begun by Mr C. C. Mcrcbauiac and 13'1,01x1 feel assorted .,( bU'liivM 11.'lbc.I Ktlru. llrtvurJ CUIUI), ...lr.I iMA* uiaik aibu-ii| 03 the A..j""u" 1..ullllll tlir..tlull'h..l., 8: Tutiil uiovriueut' nf Wlu.l. flIT ni.li-o
Illml} r. For prices and' sill ukull vluot aud trilsily nfVlnil.. .. ; Muxluiuiu
wish nii.vtl.in
t terms apply Florida.Jtf wcun u cuiumuu fur "n,1I t., :IIIII.II.III t ti.- I Ill h. K
llaight on November .t and be 1-2.:
has toli I C. It.irriugt'iu'. Buena Vista Dade .,. thus .\** 1.,",". Tolul t'r >.aLlots ll.il; -
J "ille" pushed the work ui Theanturj HIII" nmlu 4ibjwt .. tbeliunliuHiiiui | lurhni: 'tu' tis.r of f il..\s ,>b nhli-li .n Il| II'H-U
nossihle.I rapidly ua j| CUFAgeut 1 t>-.- tr..t." nUull' If to ilf4uvii .\HTU.I.E. 0. Tliu Dim turj ehalt ailout.. ruliuri Total. l'rvi-iiiltutiss'| 1II'"rh.' ) fi>r this uifiiilh, 1111.s.. 1..1U. t".\. u, or iunn ,It'll. U;
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I .' So rapid has the school on this side i, t.g'u.'r .lnlns of ttn ,plii.ni4w; ei .w 5It.C ami nuMuiiuuuil. the nit pr.u ueil :..11: IS!:. 2 5ij" ; IntuIt i.'IH: |'UI. 2a'tiI.u.-t. 8't.t. ; ">. 211 t 11If1 i

I ll I grown that the Congregational church 1;I I..r 'u.f,... T.ro.Isu h..u. ler au.l '.. o( lb 1..u. Illvrr .uil |.il>. \olb.II.. kU'l bi, obuuil-llkv uliwiuablu iuvihoU' ulKDlbtriu ."rt'uui' l'ni-lillHllim| f fur thU uiuuih inr H >rur" :t.44. .
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b Iwruiiiliif uivmUr, of f, turliiig. .1." ", w r iPl'biK. ,,". Iflil. Xnu.I"u'lItJ\III."a> '
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I b \ can stow baruly accouiniutlatethescholj, j Ilk i I'I kllfllt'U.: 1'Ulll'UuUM. It'lo 111. .. < uil'J UoiiJj a.
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ars who are about iu number I' t.iilrmil. t wn ,"rh.u. IbIS MIS i t.v .jftttrtttiui4.. "..rt kiiil uuluiufiuii uiurkinic or brmt'liutf rbiinuent i stint cuiiei,uai llnruiurtvr Itvlunil In iu- -U\i-l.; ,
tnuk
L 35 It puiuM| ssu'i l uiilbuu i.VliunK -
$H not a giaded school a> yet hut it U .'! I.iiil.! ; rrn< uuuic kilw. : *.u. l.un if IK* I l.uolII ..o r.iltri..1 ''ut. .( piueupultM ."'II.. luunuvr uf luiutf J W. C'11t I"K. ilMH-rtrr.
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I furt nl llielr | auil ai\lun the tr le mark uf tinA .u-
? probable that it be >nrMlr 1..lb..t I.. hld..t
may by iicvi teason. I'| h. pr iiiiUijiuxd. furt.Issb .
I, ,' eiwh, l'u'ul. I.rl"t |,rl v oliialuabltr' ; a''"'i tbv .- .4iiiim| | of clatlon epiig iu tuiii | tlus object au') uurIH" -
h,1 1.lh".Ih" yearly |iHyUIIIIM. truil mark ,.., la t tew uf Mxruri,ur a unilurui uu ibu 1 b.ul .
u ( vxvlUolttf use of its" *
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The school i-i i presided over I.y l Miss Ill ur lulrrr.t.. 4'. i
( : S ictie IJutler, who Jjas uia.de an' excelIrut !. Ibl Lirumu, W.t.: 5. llulw imt ..1. iuiuilj.rtf ut lb.AMHiiitloit .u.l pr teetlon iuuv.. vl l
_' record ai an instructor here. flu. T4M'ltt. ...uo i .tlW sss.uIitssautrb1thepe'ss.eCtI.Iu a. .U'j'La Id. 1'1.| "1.1.'n.y. amuu'l- City Restaurant t : ;!

Miss Butler is a thorough teacher. abe : ) ,law of all linrlmei-jiu. 0, au'l .Illf.I.1, a4, ac any rr fwlair HitfMlintf of ,.. ilO< r' uf t>i- :

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having graduated frau the Judiaua tuurof ur it* uuttiithuruuHl. a" | ilintfiil ; r.... hg Ii ..u-lI.iJ'.ItI..III.. 01W .tuIl1b' usia c

,State -01 DIal fcchool I II .\.Jr\rtS h.l Tue H U3T, the lsst I Hnl. Tt>v ir-uvuii ol rajhk& .t chuff U*: Ida Its.. bmu |*ivluu$ |r |"it"u of lw .purut Bryan & -'- S I i..t

' The School TrU4U-C will iijtg; "' lit thin tt I I.I' jlc '.lwdtIde4 '.(11.. l'I/'Oa",1 ILuIM4I4 c.tIOIjo1"1 J',. Zeigler IVoprietor Mal* lIt-n'el to order'I"

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