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 Material Information
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: October 28, 1897
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00226
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HERE AND THERE. edge of the bluff aj-once 'for its entire _PERSONAL PICKINGS.People COUNTY 'CORRESPONDENCE. pie culture. Mr. Chambers expects his TOWN TOPICS.Local .

_-.r.p. length. : ". 2. .:' ... sister in a few days.aptain' ,

Scnpi. ef Jews About This and That and The County School Board meets next as They Command Co:-People Yon Interesting Gathered Oar Scribe T Happeaiflgi From Oar Jote Best aa| .
Different TI a&so Tuesday. Mayor Hay Not gnaw' Throughout the County Bill, with the "Two Bachelors -i From Other Soarce ':

., ) ," took Mr. Fritziny'a lumber to! p .

,The sngar cane planted this season is Another invoice of fine home raised G- C. Matthams returned"to-day from JUNo JINGLES. Pompano-Tuesday where he is building Whiting's Papers at Anthony Bro*'. Ilk.

and Indian pumpkins sbrougbtup to town business down the coast. ; a house. ___ ,
up. ,growing. now.-.,. a trip ; -- ,
by J. W. Harper; of Hypoloroi: Tuesday.. JUNO,Fi A., OcL aj 1897. Morris Johns was in town Wednesday
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Bine-fish are reported as striking well : Jas.: DeBerry is home :again, having Editor TsonciL 8cs: wife two sons and from Upper Dade.
R. B. Moore brought a fine lot of Av I brother-i=law F. S. Neyer, of New .
at a troll now-don't bring us over six ocado from his East Side arrived the first of the week. :) I DEAR SIR:-A few weeks ago the SUN
oyer
or eight at a time, please.An pears kindly acknowledged the receipt of a York city, arrived last week. They will Hon. Josiah Sherman, of .Riviera, wu JIn
place and disposed of them in town settle at
Tuesday. County Judge A. E. Heyser made 'a couple stalks of sugar cane from JamesC. Pompano. town Tuesday. \

invoice of fertilizer has just been flying trip to town.the first of the we k. Kinsley on theLoxahatchee. On
received at the Altena plantation, and The Steamer Katy, with a lighter in J Saturday last, A. F.* Quirnby ,circuit Captain,-S..N. Anderson has severedhis Fine Western Beef at Adamf City
connection with
Manager Armstrong is seeing thatit tow, arrived up from the Bay Tuesday, Mrs S. H. Happcrsett and children court clerk also received a bundle of the government as Market,-. First of the season.Base"ball .
is put where it belongs. and is now -at 'Cabbage 'Island ways return Saturday next from their visit at front keeper of the House of Refuge, and has
stalks Mr. Kinsley with a number home to'his Lemon .
is .cnr--tM
Orlando. f' gone family at City. being played
.. where the lighter is to be.:hauled out for of them
Winchester & Son have- -bought the repairs. especially marked for some of The Captain_'has had charge, of the Cami's will be met and- -:
Sloop "Ramona" from Geo. Fowler and Capt. A. T. Rose has been busy put. Mr. K's. friends at Juno The stalksare House for the past-twenty years and will ,

are having it overhauled and 'pat in The steamer .Denny,-that has been ting a turtle-back cabin on Jamie fine specimens and are highly prizedby be greatly missed by the settlers here. The latest improvement at J.F.Oliver'fisanewicechest v ",

first-class condition for their private use down to,the Bay to have a little, work Clark's yacht "Providencia.: the recipients. Mr. Kinsley is_ exercising .. the handiwork of Car..
this winter. done on it; came up! Tuesday! and at a most generous and progressive penter Paul Jones. *

'.. once went to work getting supplies -to Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Mulford are again. spirit, and we hope all our home growers srum..... $

The Dade County no-f nce, law goes! the dredge. at their East Side home for the Winter, will be np and, doing and prove that we The new council will meet next Tees

into effect December '2d, and the city In'these times we should have our having arrived from the 'North" lastnight. can raise almost anything right at our John Taylor has left again for Ireland. day when it is to be hoped they will or. .

Stock law is in effect now. It might be door,with our variety of fertile soil, ganize and get right down to bU5 uea.
shoulders to the Wheel and move unit Chas. Culler is visiting at Hawk's
a good thing if some people would remember should which in-other sections can only be Park. .
both these facts. edly; there be no room, in our J. W. Comstock writes TIm SUN that raised as specials. r BornThursdayevening, Oct. list, to

midst for the man who seeks to sow the he expects to return from his trip to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Potter, -a daughter. -
Juno is the home of the county seat We are all glad to see the weather so
The fall pineapple crop eOntir;Des to seeds of discord and disunion among our Brooklyn N. Y._ about the 2nd or,3rd and we are proud of the recognition. It ,pleasant again. Mother and daughter doing finely.
>eople.-Orlando .
be shipped to market by'both 'railwayand Reporter. of next month. is the place where the authority of the

steamer at the rate of about 100 community and the citizens of the county P. L. Wright is a papa now. It's a The Seminole Hotel received an omnibus
The best. energiej and efforts of the 'Wilmon Whilldinand wife old time week
from the North last and u
crates per day. Prices are good and \ is vested, and our, board of commissioners ten pound girl.R. .
people of the entire State should for the
winter residents and fait
property owners the tourist rush begin*, will
soon as
none of the pineapple anxiousto
kings are certainly had the interest of thepwple
to Alaska, next six months, be devoted to building here, arrived for.the winter the latter R. Frazier is preparing to set out in connection with the trains-tttt, of
move of
Cocoa-Rockledge Dade County at heart when
News. up the waste places! ,Advert singpur_ fast part of last week. more banana plants. course. _____ .
they resolved to advertise the
resources and doing what-can be.done many ad

The commissioners of Orange county to induce immigration to .this fair land. Mrs. T. A. Sackett, the mother,of vantages' we possess in common, and Cord Schroeder was in Cocoa last week Every one of the two hundred rejU-

at their last meeting appropriated one -Bartow COl1rierInfonnant., grocer G.G. Strohm after spending I superior particulars'with other sec. having dental work done.'RevTrescapreached. tered legal voters in this city should jo

hundred dollars to local men to assist in .. pleasant summer in the North arrived I tions of the State. to the polls Monday and vote the re-
getting outran edition of'an'. advertising Freight is cooping in in larger amounts home Monday night. .- I Speaking locally,.all. the land border. -- here Sunday. tarns will show how many have failed to

publication. They did right in. making everyday and strange faces are on theincrease ing on the far-famed and beautiful Lake forenoon and evening. perform this duty.

this appropriatIon they did'right in on our streets. These are signs G. Trevor Spencer, Chief Engineer of Worth. is excelled by none, whetherfor .
giving it to their"own- people.-Bartow of the better times that are at handinfact the F.'C: L. C. & T.*Co., came in from health wealth 'or pleasure. The J. L. May, formerly of Stuart' is now Morning mass will be held at St Ana's

Informant.We prosperity itself is ready to shake the North Monday night and went up to climatic conditions are peculiarly favor- stationed at Cherr ville. N. C. church Friday morning: on arrival of the

ands with'you'now at anytime ,if, you the dredge Tuesday morning. able to the restoration of life from all -. train from Miami and services will also

republish Judge Heyser's letter will only reach out hand. forms of disease. and conducive_ to none W. A. Steadham and Walter Kitching K held at the usual_ ____ hour next Sunday..
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again this week so as to let every one in Jesse F. Haines is back again from his whatever.The talk of going into the tobacco culture. Pr. A.. M. Fontaine officiating. -

the county know that there will be no Olives grow and seem to do well here, visit to his old home in the Catskill I kind of soil are greatly diversified .--

county court'' till the first Monday in but are not a soon enough crop for poor mountains in New York and looks none being especially adapted for vegetable Capt Jno. Blakesley has returned The Ladies' Aid society of the Congregational

January 1898. This discharges the ju- men.to raise as it takes them too long the worse for his outing. He came in I growing or fruit culture and the from Connecticut to Stuart for the winter church of this place will give
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rors, as a new jury will have to be drawn to'get in bearing. Quite a number of Monday night magnificent hotels'private cottages and ... an oyster supper next Thursday night,

but holds the witnesses and prisoners to those on the lake have.been growing for excellent fishing and hunting certainly Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McNulty, of Bes- Nov., 4th* at the Bee-Hive. Paste this

appear at that time... several years, but there is not one in Kibbee Russell, a brother of Mrs. possess a charm that no other portion of sey Creek, had callers from Stuart Mon I in your bat and save your pennies for it.

bearing that we, know. of anywhere in Dwight A. Allen arrived trom North the glob can rivaL day.
Judge GaynoTof'New Yore declaresthat this section. Carolina last Saturday, and has accepteda The town of Juno, at the head of the Max: Sirkin arrived home from New

four inches of editorial space in a position under Gardner. Fremd over lake, commands a delightful prospect.It Walter Etching is doing a good business York Monday, and is busy shelving the
A farmer in the Southern Ruratet
good newspaper is worth more than an says on the East Side., is true its old time glory has departed in the mercantile trade at his new 'big stock of goods be purchased while
hour's speech to the greatest audience that sweet potatoes to keep well shouldbe but a new riper spirit has taken possession stand at Stuart. away. His brother. Harry, came down

ever' got together. It depends very dug when the sap in the potato will Chas. Earnest was up from Lantana ; the foundation of a permanent and --.. with him to remain this winter, and will

much, we should think, on what is put dry white. Test the potatoes every few Tuesday calling. on friends in the growing city has been laid; a green boulevard MANGOMA MCTTERIXGS. assist in disposing of the goods. ,

in that space. As speeches usually go days[ by taking one from the ground city. Charlie had a pretty Sore hand leads from. the lake to the center .

and editorial space is generally filled, break off tbe end and lay in the bun- i but it is getting better now, though far I of the town-and a beautiful' drivewayis Several of our people went to town to The Ladies' Guild of the West Palm
the Judge's head is level. nine. If the sap dries dark, wait; if it from in useable condition i made the Beach Episcopal Mission will meet at
-Jacksonville being a .yet. iI being on grading of the old church Sunday night.
i-Union and C ;Zt1l. dries white then dig the crop. I railroad track. New settlers are local the residence of Mrs. John B. Beach om

Mrs. G. W Herndon and children inK and opening up the possibilities of Geo. W. Sears has torn down his old Friday afternoon at 2.30. All the mem i
to the rush of work incident
The Journal was visited by a little Owing to came in last Thursday night on schedule the surrounding country. The beginningof stable and put up a better one. bers and others interested are particular
the size of THE SUN to
four-column, four-page paper this week increasing eight time much to the joy and relief of G. active navigation on the canal is eag- ly requested to be present. .
this it found
from somewhere in Iowa, in which was pages week was necessary W., who is .now again settled down to erly awaited and with proper facilitiesfor Work on the Bingham boats down at

published an interview with a prospective to omit points correspondence which came letters in too from late different to- the life of a benedict and is correspondingly -. handling crop shipments close by, the Point is progressing lively considering Services next Sunday at the Union

advertiser.: "Where does your pa- happy.!.. the place will boom and march forward the high water. Congregational church as usual. Parents .
per go to," querried the latter "Oh" get into type. Our correspondents' are with a wonderful stride in the line of I are requested to have their children
the requested to send their copy in on Tues Mrs. E. N. Dimick and T. Tipton Misses Rose Sanders :and Lynetta Harris -
replied editor "it to North o'clock
and at
goes progress. In the words of THE Sen "by at Sunday School promptly
South America, Asia days when possible, and later .items on Reese, wife and son, arrived at their were -down from Riviera visiting on
Europe Australia Wednesday. all means issue the pamphlet" and let The Christian Endeavor service at 6.30
and Africa, and it's all I do East Side home the latter part of last the Point last Saturday.G. .
can to keep 1 il contain a full description of the homeof p* m. will be the regular monthly consecration
it from going to hell/'-Jacksonville Reynolds & Hull are getting their week. They report a pleasant time the county and an invitation to both meeting. Those attending these
S. Adams and C. C. with
I Houston
Journal.We in the North but none of them
fishing equipment: ready for another i spent laborer and capitalist to locate here and their wives and babies were visitors at services are requested to bring their
that they are home once more.
acknowledge receipt of a report of season's big' business;such as they had i regret enjoy the blessings of.this beautiful, Geo. W. Sears last Sunday.The song books, Nos. r. 2, 3, 4 and 5 Gospel

of the proceedings of the tenth annual last year. It is to ,be hoped that the: bright and happy land. H. C. B. Hymns. -

I meeting of the Florida S ate Horticul- fishermen will all do well for last year Dave Singer formerly a West Palm -- a.. Lake Worth band met for practicelast E.
elected The Y. P. S. C. E. social at Capt.
tural Society held at Orlando;Fla., May they were the main-stay of business :in Beach merchant was recently Saturday night at Jas. Sutton's cor.

I '4, 5. 6. and 7, 1897.; It is a valuable the town, while the past six 'months has secretary of the Congregation of Tefaret LIXTOX.LOCALS.. ner residence. Not all there.J. E. Geer's Tuesday night was function a very j
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book for reference for both old and shown us what it ,means to be without Israel, a religious organization of or- building pleasant and well gotten up
settlers, and those who have new their: trade.: c' thodox Jews, on the occasion of their J. E. Chi mbers is a house on H. Dick has moved his poultry and ws well attended. A good programof

to been able : 'celebration of Yum Kippur, on the 6th his land south of_town. yards and is preparing to move his houseto music, recitations, etc.,was well ren
secure a consider 4
copy may themselves I The U.' S. Gunboat Annapolis, Captain lust. and Prof. Idner's talking: machine
fortunate. F. W. Chapman went to Pompano on a better location on his new lot dered,
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be had
copy can by re J. J. Hunter, Commander, which :is added to tbe amusement; light refresh-
the "Two Bachelors" .
milting a dollar to H. G Hastings, Secretary patrolling the Florida coast, arrived off Wm. G. Roome of Jersey City N. J., Tuesday.W. Judge Heyser spent Sunday at M. E. ments were also served, and every one

Interlachen Fla. the at o'clock in Monday and is stoppingat B. Caton, of Pompano, came to is be
pier 4 to-day. Paymaster J. came night up. I Soencer's... returning to his .Juno home !seemed to enjoy themselves. It to
, Fyffe aud Ensign J. T. Tompkins came the Palms. He comes for his health, town Friday and returned Saturday.He mail that more such pleasant social
The water in Lake and labors by Monday morning's hoped
| Worth was still ashore, under the pilotage of Deputy U. and as his is a catarrhal trouble the reports that there is no suffering for boat. be held under the same
gatherings may
i higher the fore of than
this
| part week it S. Collector Curry for the purpose of probabilities are that the longer he remains the want of rain at that place.Mr. auspices-they do no harm. '
, was a couple weeks ur so ago and reached The B. ,off of Hend-
mailing letters, laying in supplies and here the more he will be bene- "Emily came .
| a higher stage than it ,ever was known the latest This vfficeacknov.'ledges fitted Caton brought np from Pompano a rickson's .ways last Thursday and is

! to get before except in one or two storms procuring pleasant papers.call from the [ petition to the Postmaster-General witha about ready to be taken np and put on When you see strangers going along

.| and what makes it more remarkable is The to Judge A. J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, is large number of signers, praying for her Daytona-Jacksonville run. the street with their noses pulled np U

" that it occurs just at the new, of the gentlemen. gunboat expects a visitor in town with his daughter, Mrs. the establishment of a post office at that if they were sneering at ;you and your

* moon and with an off shore wind. Accompanying reach Key West-Sunday.- Frank B= Eveiett. The Judge, notwithstanding place to be called Clarella with Frank Jas. McFarlane after spending a few town don't think ill of them or accuse

the phenomena of the tide George Wellington, who is in chargeof his nearly three score and ten Kidder as postmaster.Jas. pleasant weeks in the Catskill Mountain them wrongfully, but ratter lay it to

1 we also had a l tow barometer and a low the Standard Oil Company's busi- years is as active and hale as most men Strnthers went to Boco Ratone regions of New York state went to New the right cause which is the whitenessof

i tempetatnre all at the same time. ness on the Lake, is getting. things in I of fifty-five. He attributes his well preserved Saturday to meet Mr..Rickards, when York city and had the very good fortune your shelled streets which causes the I i

shape for putting the tanks in place and condition to a life of regular and they will look over some land there and to meet Dr. David Parker Morgan M. light to hurt their eyes and forces them i

: Those who live on and nse the bicycle preparing to run a delivery,wagon to ac- temperate habits. at New River. Mr. Strnthers is lookingfor I A., rector of the church of the Heavenly to draw up their faces in what appears to

; path north of town now probably wish commodate our merchants., This is to Y a' oo-acre tract that will combine Rest in 5th avenue an old school friend be a sneer. Go home and look in the i

' they had put it up on the edge of the be the main distributing'place for oil, Sam Neidig is visiting his family at muck and pine suitable for vegetables whom he had not seen for twentyeightyears glass and see if your own face has not !?

bluff all the way for it would not only gasoline etc., and the pumps are already East Des Moines, where he was recently and pineapples. aud spent the greater part of his actually grown into such a look from ::

i save the se"eral.climbs. uphill but have in position for, filling barrels, called: on important business. Mr. time with him until the 25th. when he I the same cause; strangers have noticed ..1

c* kept it out of the.water. Just now al- drums and the like. and for pumping Neidig has one' of the most desirable Messrs. J. E.' Chambers and W. G.Corte left for here, and is expected at his it frequently and have mentioned it to ;

t most all the path under the bluff is.under -i the fluid from .the tank cars into the j fruit tracts on the Lake and he has put of St. Louis Mo., arrived in Lin-t,I Lake Worth residence this coming Sat- us. The wearing of smoked or colored 1'

water and almost impassable. It is: storage tanks. Take a walk up there..in lull time this Summer in improving I I ton last week. They will settle about urday. It is possible that Dr. Morgan glasses may prevent the temporary sneer ; :i

not too late yet to' remedy this defect. and see what is being done, but put out it. His friends look for him to return two miles south of town, and Jevote may honor this section with a visit this on the strangers' faces and remove .the

and the path should be put upon he4 your cigar before you get there. I before,many weeks. j',their: energies to vegetable and pineap- coming winter. permanent sneer from your own, ,:


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! : f THE TROPICAL SUN. WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA THURSDAY. OCTOBER !L 1891.I -j -

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LORD SALISBURY RACING IN MOSCOW. When in Jacksonville .. I )
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1 ADVERTISERS: HOTELS: ... -.- -' .' -- _. __, :, '
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A CONDENSED DESCRIPTION OF THE CwpMito.Direction' ,
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: GREAT TORY LEADER. "it is a racing day .in Moscow. The DIRECTORY. ... Gala Wee! :

: coarse is swept free from snow and follows PIANOS, AND ORGANS:
f'P!!' ", the.vocded shore's with red painted -
Be I* Not M Orator Though Brilliant .Leading Buiuss Firms ail Individuals Ludden & Bates' So'Music House. ,. -'
railings on each tidy On one ride TO' CALL AT -;
AadteBeco Gather to Hear Him-A Literary Wane Cards Appear This Piper. Jacksonville. 'YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED Tat _
'. is a stand, with eating'r om for eevtral ,
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: Han by Laetlact-HL Work oa the tt. FURNISHING HOUSE OP _-
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thousand people and special box .
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Once ramoo Eerttw.The
Saturday I INSURANCE: kI
with tenthangings, for the governorgeneral GENERAL MERCHANDISE I
L r J. Marquis of Salisbury is a very surmounted'by the imperial : The Equitable Life Insurance Co, I
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s : :.=_ Interesting parliamentary figure,. as eagle in gold. IB front cf this box, lower ,- :U.D Heodrickson. Lake, Worth. ': Jacksonville.FIRE YE

"r,,.'' ..'.* tiuch from his weaknesses as from his down, you see_the prizes, consistingof l -.".- ..' 1VAX Sq. ie

trength. I have beard it said by elders gold and,silver cups, vases_ and ornamental .. i RETAIL GROCERS: INSURANCE REAL ESTATE:
V men in the house of commons,that atone .pieces, all in Russian stylo and I .
p time the present leader of the Tory taste. L W Borkhardt, West.Palm Beach. Brelsford Bros Palm Beach. f :
party in the peers was as slender and A bell rings the course is cleared by J D Mathis.to to. Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach. The 'White Parlor Clothier.

b: fragile a looking man as his nephew mounted gendarmes and the competitorsin ... ... 'ta
;:' Mr. Balfour hut it ia rather hard to realize due order take their places .in front "
": that fact now. He is extremely of the eland buS .not side by side u WHOLESALE GROCERS: UNDERTAKING: Hens' all Wool Black $6.75 A IA Fine Line of all Wj ,. -f

k, heavy approaching. I should say 250 they always start from opposite sides of Pope & McLaurin, Jacksonville. E I Gordon; Jacksonville.Geo and Colored Salts j tfpsud. [Cashmere Pasts { .- '- -4

pounds, and all his frame iff on a large the course with heads aluo turned in Thos & Sons H Maltby West Palm Beach. : ,1:1:
and awkward scale. The head is very opposite directions :The nsuaf: race: Nooney Jacksonville. : .a
I s large and the brows equally so.! He course bum and noise of the betting "=-- ,5'- i 4$5 V ; 's
Soft and Stiff
i- wears a full beard. The eyes are rather men are heard and increase in volumeas SPICES.TEAS AND COFFEES: BANKING: juts _

I f: .0 Email,' though bright, and underneath the bell rings the second time. Theyare Dade County State Bank ,

; they have the baggy appearance which off I And the fascination of rapid 1 D & R D Gretber, Jacksonville. West Palm Beach. From 50 Cents Upwards. t" =
I < remarkable feature in motion air and strenuous exertion .
; ,. "' "' Used to be a open .. -- National Bank of the State of Florida
i ; i- :."- the face of the late ilr. Blaine. When throws its spell! over the assembly! high .
MEATS Jacksonville.First 105.1071. BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE.Ohas. ; aW
{ he stands up to speak be has a curious and low for trotting >ia certainly the : ., .
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,-t t : larcff manner. He never consults a most fashionable and' beloved sport: in Geo S Adams,West Palm Beach.! National Bank of Florida,-. ",.1

,I c.' : note he never makes ,a gesture he Russia. You cannot recognize people Will Whidden ." '. -Is' : ,:;:
:' never looks at anybody either before just -tie great fax collars are raised .

i. him or behind him cr 1U. :iud him, and and reach over the fur caps, leaving .., SEEDS: N. W else{

.* bis voice scarcely ever has any modification only red timed ccees, beneath which FISH AND OYSTERS: Wm A Boors& Jacksonville. .

of tone., In short he seems to bet appear sever missing cigarettes. The L Cameron, Jacksonville. 'L }
ladies' heads East Coast Fish Co, West Palm Beach.
with entire are almost entirely covered
delivering a monologue, unconsciousness Burton K Bam Jacksonville. {
I :3 of the presence of any of by woolen wraps, so here again .., ... -STATE AGENT FOB- motP:

j : the brilliant audience which so often you can only guess who is who. To a ICE DEALERS: .
! iw gathers to bear him. The voice is strong ttracger not investing his money in PINEAPPLE PLANTS: t
;, : backing his opinion as to wieners the G G Springer West Palm & Martinez P
I : :- and penetrating and yet there is a certain : ,Beach. G C Matthams West Palm Beach. Longman
;. ; about it of game might seem monotonous enough
mincingness as an undergraduate ...
'. that had not cot quite over as the horses do not finish side by side, __ _... 1

c r' the affectations of his first youth. And but in the way they started. Yet the DRUGGISTS: NURSERY STOCK: ,Lime Brick Shingles ? .
t.t
Russians think differently and besides, .
t'
his not
speeches accordingly are
very E H Dimick West Palm Beach. John B Beach West Palm Beach.
f:' "V effective when delivered.: They are too are there net plenty cf vodka and caviar
Russell & Co.to & Interlachen.FERTILIZERS Cement and Coal Tar.
Hastings Wylie
L- monotonous, too lifeless, too spectral, to be had between the races? ,
in fact to touch those chords of emotion Single horses are pitted against each ,'t Is. .t

is which are reached by the real orator. other, drawing light little sleighs in FRUIT AND PRODUCE ON COMMIS
On the other hand, the speeches of Lori which the driver is seated very lowdown SION : Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement-Pi] ,
and far from the : Wm A Boats& Co, Jacksonville.Baker .
Salisbury read better than those of any 1 1t away horse owing
other politician of his time except Mr. ; to the long shafts intended to give J B Massa & Bro, Jacksonville. & Holmes, 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida, 1"_

,'t John Morley'L The truth is that Lord the horse perfect freedom of action. A Albert J Bucky & Co. Little Bros. "

r Salisbury is a literary man by instinct whip is not used, but on the reins are Thos Nooney & Son .n
E ; and to a certain extent by training and metal buckles over the quarters, which
;';V he has all the excellences and ell the are employed instead and almost all I as. STEAMBOATS.HEAVY MACHINERY

t-','. ,' defects cf the literary man turned poll horses run without blinkers. DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: AND CASTINGS: Dr. C. Houston
r'. titian. Sometimes a horse is attached to tbe
Merrill-Stevens Co ,
Engineering ,
Marrying all against- his father' sleigh en one side of the trotter who is Kohn, Furchgott & Co.'Jacksonville.
and between the shafts He is the pacemaker Cohen Bros. Jacksonville. Jacksonville
will a son, be bad but a
younger .
Florida Machine ..-DENTAL PARLORS-- ....
Works '
Jacksonville.GAS
and the whole Dave At -
gallops Singer
mall income in the early days of hiV s course .
, married life. The late Mr. Beresforc whereas, it need not be said the trotter ... ..' ESTABLISHED 1684. ... ,
Hope fortunately conceived at this cnt. must not break. Then follow pair -For the lint thirty days prices wall be u followt: Gold FnnaI' P\Utii
AND OIL MOTORS AND
teal period the idea of starting the .horses, harnessed and lastly troikaswith MEN'S FURNISHERS: MACHINERY to s::Allot FiIltnRa ii t'3 trSl Platen, fs m i Fan Seu tern baNetb to t Ie.b1 ._
once REPAIRS: a painless method where plata arc_d.. Pitst-d r npera10n and Polite Ana
:. famous Saturday Review. Mr. Beres three horses, sometimes four J A Craig &; Bro Jacksonville.Max 10,S-91 Cor. Bay and Laura Sts..over Mrs. geene'i',. JACKSONV I!{
: ; ford Hope was a brother-in-law of Lord abreast Troikas- are very barbarously! ; Myerson Haine Brothers Jacksonville. '. :

; Robert Cecil as tbe Marquis of Salisbury gaudy and clumsy things to look at,but -_ $5. .

f- then was called and Lord RobertCecil exceedingly comfortable all the soma- ... _','"'.' ,, ,,.1:
Badminton Magazine. IRRIGATING PLANTS & SUPPLIES:
J immediately became one of th o
TAILORING
t:. foremost contributors of the new journaL -- : John G Christopher Jacksonville. ::
/
r. He wrote in very goodly company Our Keighbon. Livy-The Popular Price Tailor .It -I I. / : .
f; It is indeed hard to mention any man Our neighbors generally are the people Jacksonville. "

P .of eminence of that period who was who have houses near to our own The'New York Tailoring Co, i SPECIALISTS: rELLGORCO

starting life in London who did not that nearness! varying according to the ,._ I I DrWTSVinceet, Jacksonville. .. ,. "" ,"
1 contribute to The Saturday. The late he ef the district and the Dumber cffccoachcldera 1 'I'DENTISTS

Lord Justice Bowne,one of the greatest of the same social rank as HARDWARE:, *
'
of our modern judges. Sir Fitzjatne ourselves Jn town they live in the M E Gruber, West Palm Beach. : ,.I, ,;v: Undertaker' -
: Stephen, Mr. Leslie Stephen Sir William game street in apartments they are on Dr J A Pugh, West Palm Beach. '
Harconrt and Mr. John Morjey are the same corridor) ; in the country theyare OWWeybrecht, L T Daniel Cocoa. ','

. among those who at one time or another separated by a field only or a garden "tLUlIBER C F Houston, Jacksonville. :- = and.Emb& er.
r contributed to the columns of the new 'wall in sparsely tenanted places theyare -. "j .. ,
: M D L Dodson Titusville. -
: journal. In those days it had an enor at a distance of a mile or two miles ,
" mons reputation mainly because of the or it may be six. And the neighbor par T V Cashen Jacksonville. '"

cynical boldness cf its comments. excellence is- the one who lives close Builders Supply Co, St Augustine,' PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: Full":Une ,of Metallic, Caskets.

.' To a certain extent Lord Salisbury alongside cf Urselves-perha in the ', ,,' m
,
45* Dr R B Potter West Palm Beach.
has never altogether ceased to be the other half of the semidetached house .
Telegraphic Orders Filled Firti!
H C Hood.U fy
Saturday Reviewer. His state papers, where we have our home or just across HOUSE FURNISHINGS: "
written often in periods of great excitement the road and opposite not to the sid E W Pugh ,, w -

j [' and of great peril have all the This is the general idea of a neighbor J D Horn & Co, Jacksonville. IS.- ips8gy'r9'Pest, Adams' ''SL, JACK$ j\ r u+. FL.V,
' : lucidity sharpness and sometimes the and v.hen we use the term we rarely The Raymond D Knight: Co, -'
" acrimony of the articles be used to con- mean aught else. Jacksonville. LAWYERS: .

s tribute *o the great satirical journal in Bnt in point of fact we have neigh- .. W I Metcalf West Palm Beach' ,.

i' his early days. His wit continues to bet bors \\hertver we turn-men and wom- FURNITURE: A'E Heyser, Juno. :'
somewhat sardonic and to be literary en to whom we are bound to render Robbins & Graham Miami. East Coast Fish J OompaWHOLESALE ;
Ceo
rather than political-that is to say he such service of kindness as comes into II Maltby. West Palm Beach, .. Pope& Jacksonville.. : .
[, thinks more of) the turn of the phrase the possibilities of the time and place.It The Chadwick-Swaim Co, Jacksonville. '. AND RETAIL "

V t- than of the living flesh and Hood, the is not only domicile, and the rates ---...- i .. ; Is r
mighty network of and taxes which make us neighbors. It : :;>
> : emotions passions ': CIVIL ENGINEERS&..SURVEYORS! :: c .
*. + and susceptibilities, into which the is cct) cnly when we live divided by a JEWELERS. ( Franklin Sheen West PalmBeach. 'j
r phrase may'sometimes drop like molten party wall cne from the other at the
Idner .
,& Son, West Palm Beach, .. $
,,. in[lead on living ." He,, too has car- foot cf the bill, or standing face to face :; l .., i
;' j: vied to a certain extent into public life' across the read, when we can signal our I : "l:- NOTARIES PUBLIC:. '

the intellectual arrogance uf the'scholar goings out and our comings iii and be .' LDIXG. "" .. ; I L"iFIt.ESB
BU
'acd the writer. V helpful and neighborly iii the matter of ., ,' .- '..SUPPLIES,X l' :,.i Guy I Metcalf. West'P lm Beach, '

VV Since he left the" house cf'commonshe : theJgarden roller and .the::presetting Southern Fuel and Supply Qof j W Moses, ,," "" I

', has lived a life'of afno t entire seclusion pan. Jti j .cct. .J'when we know all V Jacksonville.Chas 1 H Liviogtoa. ," ,I Ii .

; except for tis daily; and :brief the family history, and how our friends WelshanSv Jacksonville < ..' i
appearances in the house of lords dnr rF WdTptiigbbcrs! we.irnptoealk #9. to their Builders Supply
CoSt; Augustine.Geo .,
tug the parliamentary session and fpri grandfather, ,.acd without; the ,crocked i r BARBERS: GooJ
S Hacked&;,Son! ..-:Charleston,! S C. Wilson Weatherford- West Palm
his occasional appearances On the plat: lines of a scandal ,across, their famUy i : Beach.wilttQllotit6at We -

form at great gatherings of his party. escutcheon It is 'Vet'necessary: to be receIve.. .
o He lives in HatSeld House"=which> ia Julia, ate,,nor eY-C1 to have benintra _
not far from London, and one..tees the,; i ductdi:: forth ollisatipns'cf 'neigh.bcr! fresh .M

announcement even in exciting: times, liness 'to'; be'!:strict alid's&ong;; .For : Oysters 'fre e : !
,
almost every day that he has left tot wherever we can'render a service;glints: ., y he wlte the "cheapest.; ; ; :" BteosJOU ; i every ,- anyw ,
for HatSeld. One of the ns a cocrtesy or do a kindness have our ,
consequences we ; f"!- "e-don't;'wouldn't give' the "cheapest" .' in tov.
:'',.. ": 1 Of this isolation is that be sometime w fk'(-ft" cot' for us ia* the way of1 duty vro03.?VV. rogm in' the store: There isn't, day. ,' .: .
,. aakes curious blunders in fact and still to our neighbor and be is our neighbor 1M' _" anytbing'too', ,
r greater blunders in tactics and often a who stands ia need, great 'cr','small, of L I.' v/4an ". ,:good for ".u* or our customers. Ire, .tlle'real

, speech of his creates dismay in his own such help as w. can offer.-Philadil- L J ,good things we sell, oftener; t less, than cheap things ,are 8 Fish Houses at. Railroad Wharf OPPoltc1

.: party. But he remains a very picturesque phia'Iuues.'I I j old. _,.. _V V ,

$<': and a very worthy figure in on.if r J.. V or course that cuts into profit; but, economy cuts a big Ice Factory. >
' political life. His home is a model of The Newborn"and the Dead.. figure iWour i business, and jon reap' the benefit 'in lo-u-n.
, r affection and the best traditions of piety Lavater, in his ""Physiognomy," getting 8
betterqushty for ?
f and honor. He is sincerely patriotic and, makes the following curious. marks? joar money.WHEATL.ET __ -
'f >'-' whatever is,an.idal; food? for' nnreing 1LM 7oseed la enrordcnlorprattTtetW
bo the limitations or narrow- lave had occasion to observefsomeinfarta mothers and |
Spzing ,N
i" "t ,: ness of his creed his is essentially an uun.ecktJj! en tiidr liffhs aDd growing children-makes them vigorous and sturdy- cOts NOW S 'InB Tfflfi ;,ow Cltrar ddiraq sad oth"'Prstrees nee ip.prd.Ise la tea..:
, ut'. intellectual and distinguished nature. have found an astonishing resemb&Uci ? c '-''per pnnnd.. : aHerker's 'Gr.smtatalaae. :aU the tuadaNof if
g' Uta. j tadde4
p. 1"c1DO. aid umehw.
,, sr4 ;. ,"The Celebrities of the House of between their profile and those of their : -- New Buckwheat, 24 oz. pkg..;.........?,9eHeeker's Sweetand and two-yraroid Trifoliata Stoct.buds. OUr trees Ire aU well rooted"lad i.every., arnclssa'arue d
: ; r.J a. Commons," by T. P. O'Connor, M. P., father. A few days after this resenvblauce Rolled Oat Meal 6 text forw..v.25e: : Sized Orders We nil fQJ1Iisb Our Bud.ood prices are fen msoeabta twarlng trees. Writs, for dormant ss fur SpmaJ loses( ,
ssdpdsg
I the ..
} iii Harper's Magazine. almost entirely disappeared. The Leading "aridiuof Orange UIIIUD aDd
P..melos
chance tall
; V oa as addreu.
.' .,:. I influence of the air and food and_ crob-. ,By we bought belo,1marbt price, a barrel of new, THE INTEKLAClit' u SE1UE. H.&I-5' "'U7'3D1 -. .......... .
, ( '0' Keep KOYlac. ably the change of posture had so--altered -- :V sweet, Florida syrup: We give you the benefit of the saing i ,.,.rtac!fte

t "Philip," said Mr. firatebar "the I l the design of the face that you Per gnartl0; cents. ,

-tr man that gets the farthest in this world could have Lelieved it a different in- It will pay jreuto' trade at'BU
lathe mail that keeps moving. This j I i dividual. I afterward saw two of these MBO
Lo
Gay seem like a self evideut truth but t.I children die. one at 6 weeks and the # RKHARDT'SFirstCtaSSs ool you want STE

there are nevertheless many persons ether at 4 years of age, and about .. __ ; ,
Kho do not seem to realize it Many a 12 hours after their death they immediately a

rich prize in life has been lost by sheer recovered the profile which had .. 0We have them to sea and if wt have coat
laziness struck me so much at their birth ,
;only :< hand "
''' en to suit we cant build.. .
"Keep moving, Philip. You will be the profile of .the dead child ,was as .M.JTJST. ,

turpriaed and delighted to find how far might be expected more strongly :; WS.A.T 1TQTJ: W ANT., '
a man can get by simply keeping moylug. marked and more terse than that of the are "
: We also '
.".- \ew York Sun.Amnfed.. living. S : V ( J',, ,,.prepared. furnish, ._ --s '

.
Fanny .. Suspected a Mistake. V ,: V 'Pumping Outfits

Jones-Who is that girl whom you "Sim Wilkioou has two mighty smart JcIIL..VVoRK.I for Irrigation -
"
were talking? boys remarked Mrs. CorntcsseL "One ; : '

t Smith-She is my sister. of 'em hcz gene to town an learnt to Write or'call on as for AnythingJa our Line that JOB aae
Jones-Why, Smith how can you paiiit They say he puts a lot of atmos- "

lay that?, You told me only yesterdaythat phere in his work." %: ,At-THE SUN Office Merrill-Stevens .
,
: you had uo sisters. "ilandy. ain't you thiukin about the Engineering .
"
f other boy?
Smith-That was yesterday, but now
.
I it is different Only last night that girl "His brother Jacksonville: Florida. ,
told she would be a sister to "Yes. The one that learnt to play ,
me me.-
Pittsborg ClmwicleTelplapb.. the cornet"_Washington Star, ,St; scribe for phs Sun. Proprietor JACKSONVILLE' MARINE RAIl"'


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THE TSOPICAL! SUN,. WESTi AL! .BEACH, FLORIDA, THUBSDAT, OCTOBER 28, '1897. S


THE GREAT, UNDECORATED.COTifUrat ,. Tear Boy. t .. -I

Yon' do not know what*Cher.'ie iu t DEAL1B.

ThafKaglaad Trmly Great Men.HegUcU Bar him. Bear with him, be patient wait innAdvertisers M E. RU.BER tlstfdwstfe

Feed him. clothe him love him. He is ,.
Referring to the custom of Queen a boy, and most boys are bad. You

Victoria to decorate many of her subjects think him so light hearted and fear he and C oeketry

co her birthday, The Saturday is light headed as well But remember H .. ,
Review finds fault with the choice of be calls you father. When he played in Glassware,Lamps ad iMteroa.

recipients for this honor. It says that your lap you fondly hoped he would AU Kinds, of Boat Coods.

to the class of the undecorated belong some day be a great, and useful man. Stores,TlaWare,Doors Seats and Bllwa

half the men of distinction in the highest Now that ,he has grown larger and his e mce""k."w All Kinds of fishing Tackle and Sporting Good
walks of life. When
a nan baa for drives
blood him' into
young gleeful Quick Meal Gaaolinc Stores. Blue Flame KeroKnt.Oil Sum
years been ia the front rank of his pro- sport and makes him impatient of serious Harrijon Bros.' Ready Mixed Paints.Tiosbop .
fellioD\bas served bii fellows in art or ia connection with Store.
things-rattling.
playful, thoughtless -
science, letters, learning or journalism -you almost despair. But don't be Urge Balvaniztd Tanks a Specialty.

bas neD teen presideut of his institute snappish and snarlish and make him ... r Contract taken anywhere in the County for Tin U- fin&GBtUriaj.
and has von perhaps a more than European feel'that in him. .r. Plumbing,Etc. **H
you are disappointed, :
reputation if then be is still ignored He is your boy and you are to live in Who Use't the:
by the court flunkeys who regu- him.
He bears your name-and is to
When
late the bits of honors, there comes a send it on down the'stream" of time He can rutting OD._Jacksonville
time when for him it is the greater (
inherits your fortune and fame and is
honor to remain untitled. Michael Faraday to transmit them l to generations to J. A. CRAIG & BRO.
remained plain Michael Faraday to
'
come. .. .
the last and Mr. G. F. Watts declined It cannot be otherwise. A $; ? FOR
daughter
a baronetcy, which was not offered divides your fortune, transmits less of Columns ofTHE J D. HORN & CO. MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
him until be bad passed fourscore
years.In your fame and loses your name. A boyis We carrY the Largest Line of
science for instance there is one than .
more nearly yourself anything '.
Briton who baa received from foreign Hats andNegligee
else be. It is
can through your boy you
Are offering great values in Honsefurnishings -
governments more decorations than "
any go down in history through your boy Shirts
civilian in Europe. His name is David you are to live in the future. By him -. to their valued East Coast .
Hughes and he is the inventor of the you are to act upon the generation that : '.., j' :,<.' trade. Note a few of their special to be found in the State. Sole Attests for

printing telegraph and the microphone. ia to come. I prices for the next tea days: Knox and Youraans Hats.

Vet his own ungrateful country baaDeer It may be difficult to govern him, ... -.". ''- --. .
Everett Block.219 W.Bay Street. .
shown him the
slightest recognition. -
but be patient He may seem averse to
Darwin died officially ignored. everything useful and good but wait.No' 112 Piece Decorated Dinner Set...... ..w ,.$7.49I : 8.12.91 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
Alfred Russell Wallace, the naturalist 56 Piece Decorated Tea Set...? .- 367
tell is
what in He
wbo shares with Darwin the fame of one can a boy. 10 Piece Decorated Chamber Set....,.......... 199 The Coffee RoastersIn
Only
some : :Let .
baring discovered the Evolution of may surprise you day. Hope. 4 Piece Painted Tin Chamber gel ._... A ._ 89
species him grow. While his body grows larger 8 Quart Galranised Water Paila, Eaeh.......- 18 the State.J .
will
probably never be officially
and stronger his mental and moral nature 10'" II M 15
noticed by his government Other great may expand and improve. JJ .* U .. M W ,_.... 20 .
D. 8 R. D. GRETHER
men in science who have little chanceof Educate your boy. Yon may think TROPICAL 14" ** .* .. 25 ,

receiving tbe decorations that are so money spent in that way is money spentin 2 Quart Cohered Ha Buckets, ):&eh.......__ 5 a JicksoBTiUe, Florida.
freely bestowed on lucky nobodies are vain, there is nothing in him he has g H X a u e__ 8

Professor Crookes Swan who made the no pride no aspiration. You don't 4 U U to __ 10 CHOICE TEAS,

first incandescent vacuum lamp with a know. No one can tell what is in a 6 Caps and 6 Sanrers(one set)for... __ 29 PURE SPICES }\ OUR

carbon burner; Dr. Frankland, the distinguished boy. Besides, there may be an nnkin- d Water Tumbler for. .__. _..... __ 12 FRUIT EXTRACTS J SPECIALTIES.
Glass Batter Dishes fur____ 10, !
chemist and analyst, and the
three dled spark, an nnf anned flame, a smol- We sell a 63e Bow and Pitcher for.....__ 49 i .
great astronomers-Dr. Hoggins, dering fire, a latent energy, which the ": Breaktnst Plates, Each ____ 5 : l Paper, otherggrocer.esnedries.twins
Professor
Norman Lockyer and Mr. teacher's rod may stir, the association SUN Large Dinner Ptatea F.ae1L-.L- ___ 7 i and

Christie, the astronomer royal with books and men may arouse, de- ; 4 Spool CoaU Spool Cotton for...._ ___ 15 AH Coffee Roasted After Receipt of Order.
Ia the world of letters there is a similar velop and direct and thus start your boy Good Pins Fer Piper._ .___ 1 10-21-97

tale to tell. Let your litterateur be going with such energy and determination .,;... Good:leedteaPerPaper?...--.:___ 1
a party politician, then though a mere IK Cedar .. t
that no power on earth could stop '' Lead Pencils Without Rubber for 8
hack, writing to order be has more him short of the topmost round in the : 12 Cedar Lead Pencils With Rubber for.____ '7 SEEDSII.

chance of receiving from his sovereign ladder of fame. 1 Leather Panes_ ?_.-2.S.5,S.10 and 15 Cents + .

a mark of favor than were he the most If let Gloat Lamp Complete Eseh.W: no _10 "
cannot educate him
distinguished author or the first scholar educate you himself. That is tbe him best way. Very Fine Parlor Lamp (Decorated)__.._t)9 Fresh, New Crop,Reliable.

of his tim A deanery or a bishopric That will make him strong-a giant CCL.o.Y: :
appears to be the only possible reward with whom no one dare interfere. Suchare Varieties best adapted to Florida.

fa ', distinguished historian. Fronde the best men in the world. The A WORD TO ALL: Special Attention given to the
and Carlyle both died undecorated Jj greatest benefactors of the race have 0' East Coast Trade. .

Dickens and Thackeray are known stooped their shoulders to bear burdens, Send us your orders and we will -'
without the prefix "Mr.," it i. not because Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention..
have carried hands hardened by rough do the rest. ,
of any such reason as precludes us labor have endured the fatigue of toil L. CAMERON
from speaking of "Hr." Lewis Morris. Many such are in our minds now. La- It Is The 1.' .
TIlt Pioneer Seedsman of Florida.
Browning died entitled. John Buskin
bor viiicit Labor all
omnia ( conquers .
FLORIDA.
11-I JACKSONVILLE
>97
drifted into an honored retirement things). The old Roman was right J1B1Horli&Co.
while the pygmies in literature have We see 'it in a thousand instances.-

been rewarded with honors of another New York Ledger. 6AU WEEK RATES.
art That Oeorge Meredith should never J

have been offered the slightest distinction a SUCCESSORS TO .
Grater Britain and IU h lfe. Dr. Vincent Will Give Twenty Per
is a scandal England possesses one It is obvious enough that if politicaland BEST.Advertising'- ': Cent. Discount During This Time.
.
name of worldwide fame in philosophy = ; F. William i Son & Co. Present indication
social *
strength depended upon extent
that of Herbert Yet the ,' .
Spencer.
one ;; are to the effect that
of material wealth and .
territory, fully 900 afflicted per
distinction possible to Mr. SpeDcer-
number of population Great Britain f- 105 East Bny St... : RODS alit go to Jack'
that of being sworn of the privy conn sonvlliv during Gala
would be far the
oil. u the late Mr. Huxley was-has so by mightiest nation H rck for tnevxprns
In the face of the earth. Indeed until Jacksonville Fla. imrpo of conceiting
far been withheld from him.
Or.Vincent. To
When Nanseu visited Paris, on. his recently she thought spoke and acted lP2897 all those who begin
if she and the world the L treatment dnrlng
lecture as were so, on
very first a minister attended to GalaUeek.Or.Vin.cent .
whole took her at her estimate.In .
own will ju-discount
bestow upon him tbe insignia of the give
the last few from his nsnal
however
years a changeof
Legion of Honor. When be lectured in .
fee and this same rate
has about and in this -J
feeling come ,
London tbe prince took the chair and will prevail fcntil the
Great Britain herself shares. It is now case is cared. This
there tbe matter ended. When Dr. Ludwig
k the tnt time that
Mood gave the Davy-Faraday generally; acknowledged that Russia is f Dr. Vincent has ever
the in the old world LORIDA lowered bw
determining pikes
power POPE & McLAURIN
oratory for research, at a cost of tJoo. and that in influence Germany stands JACKSOHYNOiFj and it will probab y be the last,so aU who can,
000, tbe prince came to the opening should take advantage of it.
next to her. That Great Britain recognizes This eminent Sllft'l4l\o.t i pride I.
but all the title he bestowed takes
ceremony
MEDIUM curing long-standing ca bee
munificent donor the misplaced this l. especially with regard to venupbvallntherpbyskiansomauerhow
pon was Fruits and Produce
epithet of "professor." Had half Russia, she shows in two ways-first, long yon have beta ill,give him a trial If you
by> courting the favor of the United cannot go to see him send for symptom blank.SPECIALTIES .
Ute mm been secretly conveyed by some "
States and of France and second, by CATARRH and all CHRONIC DISEASES
brewer or tobacconist to tbe war chest Commission Merchants.
allowing Russia to extrcise which the Eye Ear Xose. Throat Lungs. Heart,
of a political party a baronetcy at least power ; Stomach. Liver Bowel. Kidn-ys. Bladder
but a few'' years ago she would have Nerves,Skin and Blood. Chronic fleers (OltlSore
would have
promptly followed. resisted Fancy Grades of Legl.l'aDa>r. Rupture StrictarVario.-
jealously as plainly. prejudicialto _gutter and Cheese eele Uydrocele and Piles guaranteed cured
British interests. without the knife. Rheumatism Diseases
Of using
'I'M GrwtUat Text IB the Bible. AnyWEEKLY
Obtrusive examples of such untwisted We Solicit Your Business. peculiar to women and Private Ducaxrs
Love is tbe highest experience of the of both sexes are given special attention.
human soul Faith and it is power are the recent dealings We only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Not flU orders from Consumers-they No charge for consultation tees always
hope, true reasonable. Special rates for mail treatment
Russia with China and Japan and with should buy from their home dealers. 10-21-97
are gifts from God to man/ but love is Dr. T.
Turkey and Greece. These have been W. S. Vincent. Specialist.
the very essence of God himself. God is distinctly detrimental to Great Britain Mohawk Block Cor. Bay and Market Si*.
love. Wbtu God imparts love to us, he Jacksonville Florida.Hours
and yet she has not felt strong enough .
imparts himself. "Every one that lov- &10 prevent them. Indeed it seems at : 9 to 11.. UL,2a4 pm.,7toapn.Sunday.3:3otospm.only. .
eth U born of God and knoweth God." .
the present moment as if, with all her PAPER sssK y ix y Tisy ia a 8-11-97
There is truth in
no simpler Scripture
wealth and territory she were about to
than this of God's love to man, and yetI \
sink into tho position of a second rate .
know of no more difficult subject to power compelled to shape her policy in ForttfThree J. B.Massa
present to the world. Could I but make accordance with the. good. pleasure of .
the world understand and believe that .
her more powerful rivals. This is certainly
MGod is rote" I should never preach
a poor presage and if it were to t
from any other text My last days be realized not only Great Britain, but In The pillion

would be devoted >to proclaiming that all the world,would be the loner As Dollars .
one fact in every part of the world and political and moral forces, Russia. aud & Bro.

I know that every day would be a veritable Germany, with their coarse despotism OF SURPLUS ARE BEHIND THE I

Pentecost For if the world were do not compare with her. Under the GUARANTEES IN THE POLICIES I
convinced that God God of Jacksonville Fla.
was love a circumstances it to Inquire ,
seems pertinent
and of ISSUED BY THH BQlTABbB IO|>BASSUJlVtCB
mercy not judgment our prisons what are the influences which by
would be empty and the kingdom of SOCIETY. OF THE
depriving her of her former prestigeand

God would be established in our midst authority, have damped her courage STATE or FLORIDA. UNITED STATES. COMMISSION MiRCHAHTS.
For love
begets love, and if we can and paralyzed her hands, and then
make believe that God loves
men really briefly to consider whether these can be
them many will love him in return. We counteracted in such Th:
removed or a way Life
Fruit and
to ourselves. If Equitable Vegetables.
others
are apt judge by that she may be able to recover her lost
A man 1s covetous he thinks every one .
ground and act again as a counterpoiseto
else is covetous.! If he is base everyone tbe retrograde tendencies of herrivalsProfessor Consignments Solicited
else is base. And so men would think .. OP NEW YORK -
Thomas Davidson in .
I of God as like themselves, and because Forum. a aatasass s.e a ae a

they love those only who are lovable l Honesty and Fair Dealing Our Motto.
|16
tqe gent IQ6uraQ
I they think of God as only loving those The larger and Richer life. Stroi Customers Sure to Get Their Money.

who are good and who are deserving of Play is no longer the exclusive occupation

Lie love,-Dwight L Moody in Ladiee of the young American. His 1} Qomparj/) tie U/iprid. Established in Jacksonville

I Home JonruaL father and his grandfather beat him at
oeoeiwPO, for Eleven Years. .
golf his mother aud his grandmotherride i
'I'U America Boldtor. with him on the wheel The old AdvertisingRate
References Furnished.
J The history of the military enterprisesof people have disappeared. The lineswhich See Th.l rt.w Best of io-H-97 I I

the United States has shown that our in the old time divided youth \

t greatest need in time of war is a sufficiency from maturity and maturity from age Guaranteed Cash Value Policies.For .

1 of good officers. The American have been obliterated.- Life, being uo WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit

t soldier thank God is a splendid fighter, longer merely a question of work, baa your Old Friend, who will surpriseyou

5 second to none in the world. No troops! ceased to be purely a matter of physical Sheet further information address, CEO. J. MKRCUR. with Bargains in

ia the world will stand such terrific strength, and out of doors living exer I t or Special Agent,Cocoa, Fla. Dry Goods Clothing and

; punishment before they run. There has cise rest and variety of occupation are II I PEREZ HUFF, MAMAOCR, I Gents' Fuinishings,__

f been published a book,which no American keeping those fresh who 50 years ago JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. IO-2I-O7. D. SINGER Manager

j should read without tears in his lost interest and their vitality in middle t\ Bridge Street,Near Bay.
11-1J-97 J At KSONVJLLE, FLORIDA
ryes and rage in his heart, showingbow life. '-0 ',, f
in the bloody shambles of the war Another evidence of the larger life of Will be Sent-' on Ap "

1 of 1861-5, the American volunteer r*i the country and its closer intimacy with UNDERTAKING.GEO.

t not appalled by losses unheard of either nature is the increasing volume of books I

before or since-lames that in a majority relating to nature and to out of doors H. MALTBY.Care .
i of instances could have been evaded occupation. Thoreau and John Burroughs truck farm J
If
of
you are thinking irrigating your ,
Y are no longer solitary; they are plication. pineapple field or orange grove send me size of area
Capacity surrounded by a great group of writers I IRRIGATION you wish to cover and fall information of what you and Embalming of the Dead \E
struction aud discipline, too are unex- all engaged in describing nature picturing 1 want and I will be glad to furnish all information .120 .1\

ampled. With good officers it is not impQHuble nature or telling people how to desired and give estimate of cost. Years' Experience.Funeral ,

in one mouth to convert 1OW enjoy nature. This out of doors movement ,,
J. G. CHRISTOPHER ttr
! raw American recruits into a regiment is a revolutionary movement It ,
! mure efficient for continued active eervke is a real liberation and emancipationfrom and'Hill Supplies Supplies in Stock r rTClegraph

f than any national guard regiment an old slavery-the opening of Machinery .f

1 pow ia this country.-James Parker, the door into *.larger J an.4 fb1 >>1"-1 k k Irrigating Machinery a SpecialS} ) "rururtare 5)).on, 1ft" PvBlinth

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,4 THE TROPICAL SUN. WEST PALM,.BEACH,< FLORIDA THUBSD1T. OCTOBER 29, ME

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OUU, MA YOU AID CITY COUXdLaS aa possible and ;going! tagreat .
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OC lit tnpkaL.! :BOOB]a3 they get own to bnsinesa:! J -deal of" expense and trouble to do it.. I .+' .

should take immediate sferV: toJ see By all means" plant trait Trees

to H 'that this.city and vicinity will amongst, your pineapples. ; ,
GUY METCALF. : EDITOR. properly represented inthepamphbe ,. J JCO.'I A Greeting From. .

let about to be issned by the county RIGHT ALONG:.

lUP-EROF commissioners, and our attractions W> have received inquiries lately .
&;
Florida Press Association. and inducements to both,health and : Furchgott & Co.THE
seekers and i from parties in the North asking in : .. .
AFFILIATED "ITHNational pleasure" settlers are pt"Oper1y .
regard to yellow fever and aa to how
and set forth in
Edi lorial'Association. truthfully
soon it would be safe to come here.Some .
.. ( for WELL KNOWN- .
language enough one
plain every of them want to come here -
to read and understand. This
SUBSCRIPTION: sec this winter'and others seemed about CloakV.V" ;

ODe rw,In .banett. no .. 12.00 tion will not suffer by comparison ready to: start, but were delaying Dry Goods Carpet, Clothing, Millinery, :
Six Month.. ,In adT.--. ._ "-U.OOTJane with any other section of the whole : ,
their departure- they could: find -
Yontb i.In adnnee LOla1U8HID State if the truth is told and we look and Suit House
out if it was safe or not to come
to our city fathers.. .neces-. now. ,

ItTEaT,'DADB THra80.tT'AT COl7l1TT. iLO1IDA.txrneD 11'18'1'. rjL3IalACH sarybyetery. business man in the A great many people op North are Of Jacksonville, Florida. .

.... city tn take such action as maybe apparently unable to comprehend r _
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r- necessy to>:et na space in.the pamphlet the size..and extent of the South. ,
AT TUB POST
a WEST PALE
sua AS .acorDCLASS :!3IATTE& to describe, at least, .aJew vlt our. From the.. tone of most_ 'of tho lettersreceived : G ':4. cordial: ( invitation is extended to all' our friends on the
charms. \ .: '. A"t : "
many, aaa }. : it.' seeraVd as (if the writers East:Coast to visit our Mammoth Establishment, corner

Pioneer Paper Dade C04lot).and tbe Oldest thought this place was next door : Main and Bay Streets, durinl the festive it'eek in this City, .

VobUcatton oo the East Coast ot GALA WEEK: 'AT JACKSONVILLE wD neighbor to New Orleans, and thatwe '. -
Florida between THnnrtlle November 8th to 12th. '
and Key West. be the finest thing in the way of entainment were continually running back- .

ter and sport ever enjoyed ward and forward through the gate

Bevt. Advertising Medium OD the East Coast by the people of Florida. For a-few swapping gossip, borrowing a rising All orders**to us by our.merchant friend before visiting the City Gala Week will be promptly Obi

of Florida. weeks it has been feared that the< of yeast or otherwise observing the 10.21-97 ... j :.

I "one fare for the round trip" rat usual amenities between neighbors; i 'Kohn Furchgott &: Co.
the railroads would debar ,
adopted by including passing around the whoop L
A
CONVENTION OF THE MAYORS and .
thousand from going. Now i t ing-cough, chicken-pox and measles -
councilmen of the cities of Florida '
eeemsthat The Tropical Trunk Line,
the
a mongst children. C;
will be
held in Jacksonville November
on ,
acting tinder ad viceof that princeof -
To our correspondents: and all
11 th G
:and it is to be hoped -$3
this will passenger agents (as w'JI'as good others who do not already know,
city have one or more '
representatives ft'rns' ), G. D. cker1y, has announeM we would say that) from here to Jacksonville

present.TBAT the rate of]'%cents per mile each is about 300 miles Jue north, LEGAL NOTICES. i Ship Fruits

A way.and it u believed that the other from there to Pensacola about 360miles PROFESSIONAL CARDS

THE TROPICAL Sex, is retogoized lines will follow suit. With a one due strut, and from Pensacola U your And

as the most.desirable advertising cent a mile rate, or even with the : to New Orleans about 350 miles further w I. METCALF, NOTICB OF APPUCAttOH FOR FINAL Products Vegetal 1
DISCHARGE.
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I medium on the East Coast of rates given for summer excursionsthe ,making NestPalm Beach farther ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. We will lieU them for you ail
Florida can be easily seen by a perusal East Coast population would from New-Orleans than New York is Notice to hereby rfTeo. thai all month Highest Market Prices aDd i',""
Will,practice ounty,SUM aad Federal after this date,On behalf of the late J.Ii.Breb.
of our advertising columns. In have been there en mas'e; a* it is from Chicago, or as Jacksonville is Cotna. ford Executor ot tbe Estate of J. C. Hoax- make Prompt Returns. .

them will be found the cards of many many more will go than as if the from New York, and just about as LA.'m CASES iBuriujhuovn A SPECIALTY.lifcein Block land deceased.I hall file a final account and Albert J .Bucky & I: : J

of the leading firms of this State in "on;!are for. the round trip" rate : much danger of our catching; the yellow West Palm Beach, Dade County i iorida. shall apply to the County Judge from of Dade the adm"II1tratloo County _,
Florida, for a discharge
their respective lines of business and ball; been' adhered to. Liberality fever from New Orleans as therein ot said estate. Commission Merchants-<

many more have contracted for: pay on occasions. like ,these. It of our catching small-paz:, from A.E.HEYSEB, 7-15-6m E.M. BBEl.SrORD.Exeeutor 14 Main St. JACKSONVILLE,

space to be used a few weeks later. pays everybody, not excepting,the ties York.. ATTORNEI-AT.LAW, of the Estate of J. H. BI'11aford.SHERIPF'SS Reference Write:for Lay a StellC Mtrchaat 1. 111 1aia,7 JadlOl

Now is tbe time for hotels boarding transportation lines. I There, a little yellow fever nearer jUNo FLORID -

hOIl8 i and all place with accommodations us than'New Orleans, bat nonelnslde WW practice In all Courts except the County .

for gues's to get their names IT WILL PAY.: the State and no likelihood of there Court of Dade County. 6-15-97 Under and by virtue of an order of sale, issued A. B. Campbell

i before the hundreds of our Northernsnbacribers being any, as we have a State Board eat a!the CooBty Court al Dade County.
and the scores of inqnirer A great many acres of pineapples ofAealththateeemsfDllycompetegtt 4Ii0aG21L aO ,B1I1s. WALTER 8. CUBAM. Forid-.la aa attachment tanictherein pending (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Musk ,
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,. it in this & GRAHAM wherein George A.Gale b plalatiff and W. Florida.
are CO.
bearing
vicinity gn Jacksonville
Rending every week for sample to protect us from all epidemics. ROBBINS S Linton to defendant and baaed pursuant
copies. many more acres have just been 'Hit This place i is over 700 miles away ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, to aeetloB 1.655,Beviaed Statatea ot Florida,

*.* out, more are being feared */)j1idmade 1 from the ,yellow fever district and. Wilt practice In all tbe roorta. State and I shall,on Tue day.K..1te.1.* .
Federu. Special facilities fur examining and A.D. 197. PIANOSQRGA
readyand be
cad
mgrer'trillfl! e perfectly safe and in perfecting land tiUea. o'clock
BEGINNING WITH MOA'DAYlbe healthy every between the hoar ot one and two p.
NEXT ready to plant next-season,:but you' We h.?e cloned oar West Palm Bearn office m.,at the residence ot L B. Barton, at Lin-
canal will respect, so can some here at Any basloes*(rom the Lake Worth section or
dieJgim: be pushed hardly out of the owners of apyof northern part of Dade County should be referred ton, Dade County'Florida, offer for tale to
through to completion by double: once or at any time yon see fit, onlyyou either to oar TitnsviUe these tracts have planned or are figuring must bring a health certificate and will receive proper attention Mule,attached u the property of W. 8 Linton. Easiest Terms.
crews of men working,twelve boors Tttuvllle,Brenrd Countaod 1tls.rLDnd e ,
to but .
I each. The Canal plant anything pines.. with you or you cannot get in tbe Count/ Florida. 10-21-97 K.J CHILLI.XUWOBTH. Sheet Music Music Books u4II
company are said This we think is wrong, for though By L H. BURTON Sheriff. Instruments All Kinds at
to be in State at present. The' State Board 10 :S 2t Deputy Sbtrl .
funds -
to rush
the undertaking pines do. and will FKAKK W.POPE. D.C.CAMPBELL II .....Bottom Prices.-
to finish probably pay a of Health requires! the proof of a Writ for Free Catalog.,
a as fast as men and &'CAMPBELL .
if ,
good profit, raised ajone,.thet run health pOPE
certificate that
miehineryran do it. The you are not OTIC8 FOR PUBLICATION. ,
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in of the captain out after awhile.. ,, andthea1'{ + ill front, j i ilifeited'poitit; this provedto : ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. _
charge work
informed us cost nearly if not quit 'as much to LAND Orricc AT GAIJUtlLt."LA., t" iJed Spanish and
yesterday that six weeks would their satisfaction, you are free togo 111 East Bay Street, Sept.:Sth, 1x9*.I (
: seethe clear and the Notice U hereby that
replant field as it did : given the following- ,
waterway between Titusville and to any point in this State: and 8-3-97: JACKSONVILLE, FLORID Darned settler has filed notice of bin intentionto : -
in the first place to of male Suit ''ancy6 i F
say nothing will find proof in support of his claim
We t Palm Beach ( no. dangerous epidemiwaiting and that uid will be .
made
open for easy se r- two proof before Clerk
the wait of 'years for the returns a yon.THERE. cII.C. HOOD, M. D, Circuit Court at J QUO, Honda, oa Xoveia- I
vice for the line of big steamers now to'be ber ijth, ISff. vii: .

f p'yiug on Indian river. The ad vent coming this, .tuuld: in again.AH ,tae remedied, we 0 ,"' PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Andrew J. King, of Hobe Sound, Florida pineapplcI |

I of RS. l.M,8S7.for the Stf of SWtf, See 11 and
We'llew line will lie hailed ; '
with think, to'the'proflt of the" planter r, \ Office.and Beaidenee Dear Royal Polnclaaa WU of NW%. Sec. IS,Tp.W 8., B.U E. I and Suckers
I pleasure by business men and ship +indwith but littleeoatancastead Two'years" ago next month the Hotel,PALM BEACH. 61"97E. bu He eootuiuoos names tb.residence following upon witnesses and cultivation to prove
i p'rs of this section and will y Orlando Pineapple company was organized of said land v a: For Rate,ot On*oih wiax VarieUet,f i it'
prove a amt possibly increasing income be purchased forty three acres. K. K. Mrfher,of Hobe Sound,Florida.. Abbaka, Porto Rico, k
boon the value of which W. 1t UGH M. NVleon K Cowles," -
can scarcely of land between;the city and fairgrounds D..
assured latox
anll WiLfiles\ ) and, to Wm. S.Tane", Smooth Cayenne, t
,began out
be estimated until put a
the effects of a W.A. Jaekton,of Florida.
Sng.len
\\ hen the field i* 'first planted 1 let PHYSICIAN'AND
pinery until now there are six acres SURGEON a-aa6t J. M. BAUlO; Begister. Egyptian Queen,
competing line are experienced [fruit trees of diSereut-kinds. beset ender shed and all but a fraction of Office in rear of Dimtek'g Drug Store Ripley Queen Golden Q
ac acre set in plants. The company Reeldence-West' l lo of Olive Street, White
out ten or more rows apart all over i 8 Doors Antigae
shipped 4,000 fine apples this summer ) South of Clematis Avenue
the field, and then when thepines for which satisfactory returns 3-269G WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. Pernambuco
THREE PROMINENT HEX have died sere fertilized and worked the trees were received. A careful examina- .19i.1 The Palms I EarS! .
t tiou of the blooming and fruiting Early delivery can be mad. part alS
., lately: Jen. Neal Dow, the greatest would receivethetleDefltufitatnon f. plants furnishes abundant reason for D B. POTTER, M. D., trait irora thia Plaatatloa having Wa f .

and only original prohibitionist; or very little, extra expense; and by the belief that by next.March the Now Open For Winter Travel. iastmoath.. Apply to f .a
Charles A. Dana, the last of the old the time the pines had given their] pinery will produce 15. ao apples of 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLA C.C. MATTHAMSd '
the finest varieties which sell at
t time editors; and George M. Pullman, three, four or five crops and were fancy prices.-orlando Reporter. All Modem Improvements Electric Ffatl a Piaupla; l'iIRlEars .
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the palace car builder and manytimp ready to be cleared off the groundthe There are several companies owning J.A. PUGII, Bells, Baths, Etc. 5-21-97 West Palm Beach! Ins'

millionaire. The first was an able trees would be of good size 'and plantations here who have from DENTIST:

and ardent advocate of temperance, already bearing profitable crops that twenty to forty or more_ acres of Crown and Bridge Work a 8pec1. t1., $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.

and accomplished uomeasurable would pay'nearly, if not quite as well, pines in bearing and some individual Local Anaesthetic of Teeth.Teed In Extraction Address". The Dade Bf

good for the cause;:, the second wan as as the pines, and it would not be growers with large acreages in cult OFFlCE, Teeth-lth Extracted Door from Without Cor Clematis Pain. Are. "THE PALMS County State

upright, fearless outspoken, self- necessary to plant anything else unless vation. Some of these parties shed- and Olive St. aim Beach Honda.
7-2-98 WEST 1
PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. 1-16-96 West Palm
t made man, honest in his opinions, a yon saw fit to raise a few vegetables ded from one to ten"twelve,or more Beach Florid .

friend to right and a foe to wrong in or some such thing merely to acres but we hare heard, of.no more L.T. DANIEL,. Authored Capital $100,009.1

: whatever guise it might appear; the keep the ground stirred up and the sheds being built lately! they are I
i last named,"it is true, pave those weeds down. not considered necessary here. One DtHTIST. JOHN N. C. STOCKTON President, 'Paid Up Capital MM,
who were able to for them In this a COCOA. IKDIAS BIVRR FLOIUlIA.1. RAYMOND D, KNIGHT Vice-PresidenL
: pay more way person can get: an orchard company that baa some thirty-five
comfortable to travel in of ati'Dr of the kin THOS. P. DBNHAM, Cashier. OFFICERS
cars and a any .'" chance to, in a measure, separate fruit that; can be raised here at the under shed. acres \VALLACE B. MOSES, J JAMES D. BAKER Assistant Cashier. E.N. DINiCK Preudtnt. I

f themselves somewhat from the common name, time lie is raising pineapplt'8.bnd This same company from less than _, Successor to A.'Wt Robert, E. H, BRELSFQRD, \\fice-PruidtaL i

i people, but in the main be wasa at but- little extra' cost either in fifteen acres of pines shipped over REAL' 'ESTATE AHD'INSURANCE, CEO. L. BRAX NINa, Cashier

money maker, pure and simple.Each money or labor, and. also I do awayvith 3,500 crates this season besides whatthey Agent fix West Palm Beach Town Lots also National Bank of
( West Palm Beach Water Branch Ofiics(
Works. at West Pals 8t
was a succeed in his special: line, \ the cost and labor'of replantingthe sold in the home market and NOTARY PUBLIC.

; and time will show which one will be land to pines after the first! plantar gave away to their own stockholders r .5-21-97 Clematis Avenue Went,Palm near Olive Beach Street.Florida. Office Hours From 10 a. m. to t p.s
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<' honored, the moat by posterity fwhat tl l rt- has run out and their friends; their highest shipment the State of floridTRANSACTS Saturn BasUsg! Basiaess palsCdleetbD.promptlyremltte &
they accomplished during their toe more thing in its favor is that any one day being 158 crates ri UY L METCALF) 1 M fitly

lives. by the time;this planting of pines is or about 3,000 pines all of them being NOTARY PUBLIC receipt Drafta bought and sold na tilt V
I ,r'e run out pineapples ui.+y not clpal cities of the United State&n. !
pay
ant of the fancy varieties. For the State of Florida at Large. '-- A
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; WE ARE; HAPPY TO KNOW that the while our fruits will have been introduced Drafted. .

'1 f five hundred dollars our county com- into the markets and the demand hope that can it will raise bring pines the and only] .' AU Work Conveyancing Guaranteed a Legally Specialty. acts6EBERAI BANKING BUSINESS CEO.8. HACKER & 801
prosperity Office la TROPICAL Sun
i Block,
missionersnppropriatedtowardsgiviag iv- for them will be enough to both present and prospective, .I to West Palm Beach Dade County Florid 1.
: ; ; the citizens down on the Bay a make them pay a great deal better them that it, has, and will to this ,i I .

good road between Yiami and Cocoalut > than pines. If this should happen,! section. In the mean time we are J.II. LIVINGSTON, Accounts of Bankers,_-' ,
: Grove about to produce the and it probably will ..you'would ot'
Merchants
witting to "swap" experiences and JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Manufacturers
''j.r'' desired result, and congratulate the want to replant your land to pines, advice to the mutual advantage of Sixth Judicial DUtrict Dade County,Florida.Office and Individuals ,-
citizens of that section on their filial but set out .fruit trees instead, andif us all. Maaey Block;;, solicited....
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acquiring such a long needed and you should do this you would have The Reporter also calls attentionto -_7-9'97 WEST PALM BEACH. FL". *-"-

highly valuable improvement to the to wait several years for the trees to the fact that a great deal of valuable Cipital l ui d Sarplts $190,000.
: M. D. !
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section DODSON. ,
through which it runs. We begin to pay while, by following twill pineapple fibre is wasted there -t 1

only hope the commissioners above advice you can see that yon every year and the same can be said .

soon benot only able,but willing to canuot lose in"any event and stand avery of this section with tbe'only differencethat (5Miami. Issue onr own drafts to all the principal MANUFACTURER OF

spend a little money on roids up : great chance! ,whnving fruit pounds ot i it tire thrown_ away Florida.FKANKUN Cities in Great Britain Holland
\, this way. especially on the one between ready for the market: at the verytim. here to ounces there. 8.28.5. Belgium France, Switzetland, Italy; Doors i

( this city and Juno, which .. the market-will be ready-and Brother Reporter let'', us live* fa : 8HE8N. GEO. O. BCTIJSR.'gllEEN Spain Portugal and Germany. Sash,

should be properly straightened and anxious for your fruit and willing to hopes that we soon w'Ultfnalcfrmoneyenough : & BUTLER JacksonvilleFlorida Blinds '

cut out for its entire length, and p.4a good price for' it, RO'you can to pat up factories ogrselves }

some letter and more expeditious be hiking in the dollars-while J your to utilize this fibre or that some cap- SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. ::. Mouldiitll
way arranged for crossing the canal. neighbors who trusted their all Office at West Palm Beach -\XD-
to italists ,will think there is profit Lands 1 ,
We butte the county comnii&MOberswill pineapples are rushing and bu'riyirigtuget ; enough in such'factories to put them lug nbaed.and estimating ulna: and timber xrading and lands maps, Ic t nrair' WILSON WEATHEKFOBDTONSORIAL Building MaterfeCHARLESTON.: t,_
Cari
Boon have the ability and the them out of the ground and up to the benefit of theinselyes us ful munlcatJoo and correct by work mail asrsSiite a.pechdta. ARTIST. S. C.

ruling to help us J3 this wattert get\ fruit trwio and bearing aeeq on sad tbe of tBL : "
: rest toe< cguntrj; i W tiT FALL\ D ls CII I fL4.wet. n-Hf3'PrIei I-M1 Sbavlog Parlor 'door t0 Pa.tA fEoe LARGEST FACTORY SOUl ,

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U. SL WEATHER'BUREAU,DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. ..

a..w.c The a Schema to Keep Com- JUVIYE. ELL,Oct. 25, 1897. BRELSFOED :BEOS.
SPORT;THAT IS ENJOYED IN "n Honaat
I Weather Report for the week ending Oct. 241897. Barometer corrected
VENEZUELA. It is many jean since Mark Twain'slines
immortalizing the enforced for temperature and elevation. 8 A.ic. and 8 r..M.observations. 75th meridian '

k. XfttiTM I7M Oalj e Short Stabblq punching of variously colored slips by time Comparative temperature for the years 1895. 1896 and 1897. Real-Estate_ and Insurance

street railway conductors- to prevent : I B I. = I zapaazvaa.DIRSCTler .
pear to Kill the feroetoM Boat Am.rIeaa their Uho1d lg up the' company' r&n .I ASDTELOCITY xc tI: ....;. I 1897._ I 1888.1 I 1893.HO Palm Beach Florida.
'Tlter-A Flacky India* Exploit. riot through the land and the "buff p I c= Cwrei+ Agalawt Couac. trip slips" the"pink trip slips"and the a ::::> or W.II D. II gd:! lIS 1 s :b REwEraxZHn : I .

"blue trip slips" have long been aban- .-, o. a1'. ro \ \ \a lot \. s > s. s lot > Notary Fu.blicCottages to Rent.
"Hunting the Jaguar Venezuela, .. .
ritten by William Willard Howard for doned by most street railways in favorof .l'I= 8 a. m. I 8 p. m. I ." .. .!: .t: .. I .a
the clock faced indicator. This is a. 61.97 Post-Office North of 1'oinelana Hotel.
entnry, describes the method of the OIN&'F.! ... :, Cloudy 79 79 8H74| 7Ai8111'177188| | | 7878| Building,
fairly good device but still it may be 2 SO E191\ E_ \ sg--\l .lojpartly! Cloudy 7479\K3 72! 78182169.OlIFmtly 7682| 757876M3 |
the hasten in killing the jaguarsth worked by a clever man not unwillingto 8 3004 ._.,23INE| _. | | .021 f irtly Cloudy 7H 79,83 78'78 88 68 | 7878
43006N._ .10 3_...221 i.,8:1! .831 Partly Clou..} 7272! 79 68 74184 727884 72 Tit
abort spears and ,relates the fl living divert a few nickels to bill own 5 .HO 00 NW. .12,NW.12NWM2.H. | .0-'inear.__ 67 71 863 10 88 74 78 83 70 10
experience of his native guide: pocket In Toronto the has a 63002 S W..09 S"__06 '1.2-1 .OOIClear.| __ 71 78 80 67 74183 75 79 81.66 7.XW..06IE06ISw..l11 .-
company 73008 | | | KiClear. __ 7477 81 70 76(82( 72 77 82 68 75
In a moment a great brown and yells' scheme which so far as any one knows, 8 30 llIN....04| _11|E.?_13| .O( |Clear.____ ."IJI7SS3 70,761| 72 76 H4 6916
beast .spotted and ringed with has never yet been circumvented by a 9 3011' E.x.05rE._18E.28| ] 1.49Cloady.M| ._. 7 79 90 70 75177 68 72 85 71 7810130041wo TIOSI} NOONEY & SONS
/ .._ _. '
: :> 14SE.2602ISE10ISE.,17| 70 78 79 70 7481 677-178 TO n
ct, strode leisurely Jnto view look.g conductor. Indeed. it is difficult to see 112994 SW. .00|/Partly l'IoQ.IJl1; 79 83 74 78 81 68 74 81 76 714
upward at the screaming birds. Iial bow it could be got around without the 12 80 02S| JI:._OK|E.':"'.13IE./ .?1SK + TI Party, Cloud 8180 144 7680 82 75/78 82 74 78
the fierce and cruel jaguar the 13 30 141 E__121E.._:.1\ |E.....24! .Oil* luudy.._ _':.\ 8084 7881 74 7278| 81 7276
connivance of a passenger. By this plan 14 30 14 E.IJINE..22PiE| | .00IPartl| Cloud; 80 HO 83 79 HI787780ij 76 62169! 80 78 76
nth American tiger king of all beaststb the conductor does not touch money or 15\0 | .87 Cluudy.: ......._. !78 73 59 66 88 71 77 Commission MerchantsIMPORTERS
of the isthmus of Darien and 18 29 9)1E.20E..181NE.3UI t flK/Cloudy...,...- 76 78 78 68 78 77 58 j x 79 7175 ,
tickets at all. When collecting be carries 1129 | ( .82 Cloudy....._ 078| 81 72 76 KO 67 n 1\t 70 n
,tched in ferocity and courage only around a specially made receptacle 1M-XJ94 K10 .?._18 SE...121'.321. .U i Cloudy 80768| | > i 8 76 78 64 71 80 69 74
the wounded bear of North 29 H6Sii.,17\| S.....02iSE..it32/ 04 l1ou.ly.___. 79177180 73 76 80 64 7< 84 '72 7g -
grizzly
into which the passenger must put,his 2029KOW| ..._(H> NE.':"08'N1..11 .WiCloady.._. 74178 82 71 76 82 1\9 76 HI 7076
ica. own ticket or & cent piece. The con 21 29 WIN _._11 X..09N..14" | ..12ICIoudy.._..._'7878| 80 876\88 72 7877 10 '74
monstrous creature suddenlyused 2229 95|..Calm-'X......14/N./ ._20/ .80Cloudr_\75117 81 74 7882 '74 78 76 69 72 Foreign andDople'sticFruits; .
The ductor who violates the company'uulelbl 292989XW| .111 SW_07IXW.24 .17l'loudy.1111176 70 78 82176 Tit 7764 70 ,
with massive foot lifted from taking the fare from the passenger 2412992N(! !| .. .I2jN.M121N.w.2'1\ .I)() Clear....__.?. ) 707| | a 7188)748180657lJ. ) | | I
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ground. He had seen the hunter. and putting it into the fare holder is W.CRO K.Observer Weather Boreaa.KD. .
Terife was as one turned to stone a liable to discharge., At the end of each and Produce,
of bronze image: that might have collection the receptacle is hung upon a ,
neglected in the wilderness since special bookend must there remain until .SHAINKS.' K- S. HAINES.jWaehinists .
days of the Chibchas whom Quesada more passengers board the car. WHOLESALE .
jnered to found the viceregal state The ears of the trolley line between fAINES BROKERS, CROCERS

New Grans L Minneapolis and St. Paul are: fitted with ; ,
The tiger'.' long tail slowly : accidents
swung admirable appliances to prevent -
left to right and from right to left to passengers careless in stepping and, Engineers., JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. 1o97

ain while over his yellow face crept on and off. At the rear end of each car
look of mild surprise and inquiry; as i iugb are folding! ,atecwhich are under the -AGENTS FORThe633 -

he had asked the meaning of control the motorman, who does not '
strange thing which bad the figure open them until the car has reached a --- Engine and Power Company. ESTABLISHED 1874.

flesh and blood and the inscrutable full atop and closes them before it Parts'for their aver !Ifr-S1"- _
Repair ::! ,... --- .Condoctisg a legitimate banking businessFirst -
mess of inanimate rock. starts again. Controlled by the same :- .
It was splendid courage that this lever as that which opens and closes the \ ; npoo s ncu 'gf7c; 61lines,

mb brute did not turn tail and bound gates are folding steps, which let down Construction and Repair of Intricate.Machinery a Specialty.
ay. I know of no other animal that when the gates open and close up: when fF L
uld have stood his ground. Even the they shut Mional t Bank -
illy bear, more terrible to meet than The managers of this same line have OUR SPECIALTIES-. : _
lion of Africa or the monarch of the carried the street car advertising notionto 1 I

mgal jungle would have growled a greater length than the managers Repairing.... /> Installing....
agely and retired. of most other trolley lines in the United
Matchless in his calm courage tie States. In addition to the ordinary space Gas, Gasoline, Naphtha,KeroComplete, Isolated, Lighting Jacksonville
sene Vapor Hot-Air and and Plants for do.-
Pumping Florida
at jaguar put down his uplifted paw for advertisements' the windows ,
Steam Engines, and Scales of mestic use operated by gas,
d advanced a few steps half crouch. the backs of the seats are provided with all makes and capacities. gasoline, steam or water. .
;, with lowered bead and neck aa a panels for the display of advertising Solicits the business of merchants planters and fruit growers. AU accounts have

it creeps upon its prey. Then he matter. This does not however seem Inventors' Model Conti'u.t.d uilth Seeveey and DUp.teb. ............personal attention'. .. ..... .
used swinging bis long tail slowly to attract the advertisers of the twin ,

side to side. Terife stood like a cities very much, for the panels are very ,. Dratu on HngUad and the Continent bought and sold

superior in courage seven to this, rarely utilized except for amusement uiIIe 'avua1Jl.. : ttvtna.
larkable ruler of the forest. announcements.-Exchange. 10 MI F_ ::LlbworksStreet t JacI 5Oi) Florida. I
[Slowly cautiously the tiger- came on JAMES H. SCHUMACHER President R. C. COOLEY, Cashier.

lain, hanging his head and neck low HER LIFELIKE STATUE- -1O.2I.G7- 7.

ptween his shoulders, and never for an .:
tant taking hit green and yellow U SjipuOlMd Bet' Departure.' prom the .

)was i from a the beautiful strange creature thing in-the wonder-path. Before her World marriage of ArtUU.she had been'V a

111 beautiful in his sinewy strength famous sculptress. She bad made several The Tie Raymond D Knight Co.

Ii graceful curves. portrait statues of well known EAST COAST
: ,
I As the tiger drew near a. step at a. men and every one predicted for her a
e.i his tail swung more rapidly with still more brilliant future when she j\ -WHOLESALE-
Ivkions jerk at the end of each swing suddenly set all predictions at naughtby

ipparentlybe was giving way to the marrying a wealthy man whQ disapproved .
k that the strange thing in the path of her keeping up her professional Housefurnishing r

u ilea and blood. Still be was not work. She was very.quiet under i ; ,
site certain, and be meant to investi- this restriction but was supposed ._'-

la The Indian had seemingly petri- rebel inwardly. Therefore when at a _, ..of.Florida?I Offers ..flnnds ;
dinner party one evening she asked her
I where he itoocUNot even the loose ?"., .
da of his cotton shirt stirred in the old friend General Bashar to come to .}-,
The birds circled and wheeled see her on the following evening! and '
extend cordial invitation to .
her last of work, which We a
inspect piece
r a few momenta and then flew away .
InK little for the impending death she thought the best and most lifelikeshe Great all East Coast 'Merchants to .
bad be :ed he ; :
r apple, now that their own domestic ever executed: suppa Advantages j '
menta were no longer imperiled. was expected to use his influence to prevail make their headquarters with us
00. undecided, watchful, the tiger: upon her husband to permit her to

1 Balked slowly to the hunter his green resume her. place among the working- during Gala Week. 10-21-81
of artists. "
for nude fraternity
searching craftily some
ted sign of life. When be bad come "I am sure you will like it,general," 0 To Settlers in the way ofPerfectClimate .

i the end of uncertain path, the'yel.w she said with a winning smile. "It

j> monster bent his bead and sniffed fairly lives and breathes confess I I Productive Soil, Seed Potatoes, Beans, Tomatoes, Etc.
piciously at the Indian's feet.Like am in love with it myself. I
i a steel spring'the great beast : On the appointed evening the general Choice Fruit Lands, Rich Garden Tracts, BEAMS Best-01 Oree AU,*per Pod bushel: Earliest,$r.yo. Valentine, Early Mohawk, Imp. Refugee. Refuge VK*to I .
'led. The strange still thing was with some misgivings over' the BEANIS-Wax Poo: Imp Golden Was, Black Wax W.rdwril'Kidney"-as. Detroit Wan,
f delicacy of the task intrusted to him, Sugar Cane and Good Schools Rust Proof Golden W u,per bushel b.oo.. '
i and blood.A These hie Special Low Prices,Intended to introduce my bu'ineee on the lower Bart Coaat. a4
step at a. time-alert, wary fierce presented himself. Instead of inviting are only good whew order Ie accompanied by Mil adrerti.emeat.Write .
him to the studio' his hostess to his Tobacco Areas Plenty of Churchesand for Market Gardener'Wholesale Prices or use Hendersoo,, Thorbora'a, Bui fa, LIB.
-he withdrew his massive paws meaa- offered to bring her last bit to dreth' Burpee's Jobnaon and Stoke'a, Gregory',Livingston's or teuyaMad
.m.; the distance with the savage in- surprise Order filled on same day aa received.
s ctcf the forest The Indian made him."Oh countless ways to earn a competency BURTON It. BARRS Seedsman
it's a statuette, is it? be asked. ,

I icign.Then the tiger crouched in the path, "Well yes you might call it so.II J002J.97 JACKSONVILLE FLORID.'f
she answered as she went out of the ---r .
s giant muscles quivered in tenses .
few minutes she returned,
In
room. a .
i hit red tongue curled stiffly been bearing in her arms-a baby 1 1-Chicago DO NOT FORGETDRUGGIvSTS....... ,,.
his keen fangs his tail thrashed
i eiously, and his spotted skin moved in Times-Herald. Attractions '

s rutting waves of anger as a quick UUUkeo Pride. Special Russell & CO. : .'

juall races across standing grain. Phil May, the artist and caricaturist

In an instant all would be over-a tells of a funny experience he had on r To Tourists and in the line of
ely tragedy far away in the South bis return from a tour. for the London Sportsmen
American wilderness,, a tragedy.for I .
a I Graphic: _
Bird and Deer Fresh and I
east or a tragedy for man.The When I came back to London I
* tiger gathered himself for the"ng hastened to the office and imagine my .
his sinewy length all a-tremble gratification when I saw everywhere Hunting, Salt-Water WE CABBY A FULL LINE OF

,. at just as his bunched muscles were banners bearing-the inscription '
resplendent Sundries 4riicles
altering with the first impulse of up. in large letters. "Welcome to Yachting, Fishing, raid motion the hunter came back to

jjfe. Terif8 snatched the loose handker- May."This is indeed fame". I thought Bicycling, Turtling and W
tiief from his neck and cast it full in and when I got to The Graphic office

. i tiger's face. In an ecstasy! of sur- there was another inscription, with and Sea'Bathing, Shell Gathering. A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies.
the beast threw up his head and flowers and all the rest of it,"Welcometo .

alders and pawed insanely at the M. and G." The G. worried me a -- .. .-. l Treatment and Prompt Service.
oth. In the catching of a breath Te- bit but then the name of the man who Courteous
jifa aimed the upraised spear at the with me commenced with G *
ended yellow throat and drove it went I told out the editor of my gratification. Of all Regions for Invalids 6.1.97 Seminole Block, West Palm Beach.

caw.Tiger and spear rolled in the dust to- marked"Why politely you egotistical, "it's nothing idiot," he to re-do Tl 1 e.R e g.IOn.. considered by peo.

ether, the blood spurting over the with you I It's the marriage.of Prince .
If shaft and staining the narrow George and Princess May." pIe who have traveled D. HENDRICKSON
ill The king of the cordilleras was U. ,
quered. He died as 'he had lived, The Price of Bono over the world as superior to the

era, cruel savage with no abatement The following list shows that a great .

I his splendid courage. deal of money is made from popular '. ,: Mediterranean Riviera as a health .' G neral Merchandise_
music in England: e .
What Tow Tetth CM TelL Sir Arthur Sullivan is said to have ': : giving life restoring resort for

"It is possible. ," said a well known realized &:10.000 by his celebrated: song : ,
otist,"for a medical man to tell more "The Lost Chord. Balfe appears to those afflicted with lung troubles Wholesale Oils, Salt Groceries Paints CliffliiHats
t I for the 76 and 86. ,
the disposition and constitution of ataon have received high prices copy I Gasolines,

i by the teeth than by any. other rights of some of his songs. For "I rheumatism, catarrh, etc.
t I of the body.'The Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble Halls" begot :

first thing that an army doctor &:8,000 the same for "When Other ._. ..__- Caps>> Sloes, Dry Good, Seed, Ms,
Ices when a man is brought up for enlistment Lips" and &:5,000 for "The Heart t
I is to look at his teeth. If they Bowed Down." When recently put up

; show any signs of decay it is evident for auction &:1,212 15s. was obtainedfor Come See and be Convinced... Semi Machines, Hardware. ..
; that the man's constitution is delicate the copyright of Michael Watson'sgong ,
:. land his services as a soldier are immediately I "Anchored."Harper'a. Bound 0 Agent for Mapes'and William**Clark' Fertilizers.
declined. lien with irregular Table. That this Section is all that its most j

1 teeth teeth uneven and Imperfect-are '. Iron Marine Railway. :
that if the Anti-Friction
declined by medical men where.there An English writer says ardent admirers claim for it. .
in in and Under.
Prussian conscription were applied For Boat 75 Feet Length
|are arduous duties to perform. It is
would have 2,500,000
aid."Another to be a sign peculiarity of bodily noticeable weakness. in India regular England soldiers actually in barracks Our: people are hospitable, and they are gladto Steamers ':'

recruits coming up every and "Gladys"On
800,000 Worth"
y persons is spotted tooth. This with force with which not only Asia welcome good people from anywhere "Lake ,
i a tooth covered with dark specks and year-a Lake Worth.
subdued.
lis but the world might be
usually found among persons of weak and everywhere.
I Intellect Ills, in fact a sign of insan- Two branches of the Aberdeen Association Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonville >'
|iry. Large. teeth show braininess more Distribution of Literature
the
illy 1 U they be regular. A set ofct For been Free OcUftty poat on WK Worth.
in Canada ba.v
teeth"II.the surest sign of a goodtitotloc termed to 1 in Settlers ldpatiestL I COME TO DUDE* m.9T Lake.Worth, Florida

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8 THE TROPICAL SUN WEST:'PALM.BEACH, FLORIDA, THUBSDA*r OCTOBER' 28,1891

J

t lt"r' =: -r ESTABLISHED lIT&
"
.: : THE RIVER OF UFE. PRINCESS VICTORIA. A GRAND GALA WEEK Fan fails>< Irerjite.CO .

_:<:' Tls ft fleeting, changeful river, the Simple Life of KBffland-s Qmeoa .. What have vontorsaieorexchsngd William A. Bours & Cot l
for cub. ;
la' Blent of calm and crusted want ; .J .. 'Her ekJWlaooIt Days --,'tJacksonville We lien Farms quickly ANSON II. aUSSEI.L a .
t. Flowing in and out forever'C
'Tween the eradle and the prava James CasEidy has written for St is Great Preparations ,Akron, Ohio._ Io-at
Making
: Changeful river, ever sowing Nicholas an, article on the "Girlhoodf and
v-. ',, Narrower and broader growing. Days of England's Queen 'io,,.thel 1 : For This EvenL_ : Grain Garden Setis FaL
.r" Howing, flowing, ever going E.H.DnnC,
. -,';,." Toward the still and solemn aeo. coarse of which he says: --... -- TlTest I .

ifJ :;" ]Forma of light and shapes of shadow the There wee woman was an of occupation seven years in,wearing which It Will Begin November 8th and Last Until Proprietor 6 East Bay St, Jacksonville. Fhrlli{ : ::

:._ Float upon its troubled breast. a simple white_ gown and large straw "cmber'uthLew Railroad Rates Offered Palm ...
through the moorland and the meadow
J OB; tha waters will not rest bat, was frequently seen engaged. It -Splendid Amnstmenti eo the Pro We Handle Only the Belt and Lost Sellable seed A Complete Stock of -of

,'" Here a bud by churl hand wrested, of was these watering who the saw garden her said plants.that as One he; gramme -see Beach. Hay Cora Oats, Flour, Bran, fat, j
F- Flung into the angry foam. '
sometimes watched her intently at ,
There flower with blooms invested intends to hold
a Jacksonville a gala
work he wondered which would get the., CotlOtJ Sled Meal Both ETI-
Hocked
, E and ravished from ita horn _
Drug ,
week on November:8th 9th roth, nth S a a
l ':, most water the plants or her own little '
, ,- Youth and age and strength and weakness, feet and 12th, and this city will on that occasion AT WHOLESALE
Beauty,innocence and sin, and entertain all who ..AI.-__ -
, riser getj try hospitably For FertilizerTb
,. Pride and power and love and meekness, The princess was an early ; ..- -Store. state Agents TygeifAllen
: All in turn are gathered to. ting up at 7, frequently earlier'-m the come within its environs. i VertUiJen-GuaraDteed Analysis. Ora.Tree aM Peggy Ii :, lGrouedBose
: summer, and breakfasting at 8j>'$Ioc|. There will be bicycle races by crack Brand Nitrate Soda. Jlurla"01 Po at. Saaadaa..Pe&MIt.
:I F Time and Death,two grand old warders, Her breakfast"was such Fenili&en ban superior! II the Mutes>.a Mil sld_
just as any cyclers (from all over the ) fire for
, country ;
(Il Watch it rue and mark it flow. -DEALERS nr- Send Catalogue me.
\' Death) upon the still sea's borders well cared for little girl who was nota men'stouraamentin,which all the fire
i tit Bids the ice wind on it blow. princess might',be expeetedsto enjoy
companies in the State will compete);
bread and milk and fruit; placed on a
I I1 ;" Changeful river fond hearts parting. military and fantastic parade fireworks,
small table by her mother's side.
L[ r la that still and boltmn sea little trades display, etc., etc..etc. In short, Drugs Toilet Articles,
i f Joined to heal the grief and smarting When breakfast was finished, the T.V. CASHEN ;
Bad and flower with stem shall be. princess went for a walk or a drive everything will be done to entertain the ,

while her half, sister Feodore; her almost people who come.
!I' Tor o'er Tune and Death an angel-
I; ; V Dora strong angel-waUu the ware, constant companion studied with Speciallowrates have been obtained Fine Stationery and .
:! (lain-ing with hill trump Evangel her governess. From 10 to 18 the duchess from the railroad companies and hotels -.- Manufacturer of audYELLOW
>,'[, AU that teas within the grave. instructed 'Drina:after which'she
and Jacksonville will endeavor to make
?>'P- was at liberty to wander will through Sundries.
if,. Claiming for his Lord and Master, the trip of all who come a pleasant one. Druggist
'' the rooms, or to play with ,her; many
I' By the he .
flaming
. cross wears
15? All-though battered by duaatert' costly toys., Now, Jacksonville is the metropolis.of" PINE LUn]
; All the sullen river bears Two o'clock was the dinner hour of the State, and the people of this city earnestly Pre criptioD Carefully CompoundedEast

l 11. Chan eful river, ever flowing, the princess, though the luncheon hour desire to be more "in loach"with Business Solicited.WEST .,
i i 1| V Narrower and broader growing, Coast ,
,![ liowing, sowing,ever going of the duchess. Plain food nicely! their fellewrcitieeas This- ala ,week
i-' Toward the still and solemn cooked before the little PALM BEACH 8-10-1)6.
g1\j sea was placed festival is'gotten up for the purpose of
:, -C. a Stuart in New York Ledger. fill, and she did it justice for she was .Rn d Timber.
f .! ringing the rest of the State into closer .
healthy and strong and enjoyed her with the who live in I
n t, DONKEY DOG AND GOAT. meals. After dinner she received assistance relationship people '

in her studies till 4 o'clock when I the largest; city in Florida And for this I f Monldingslsrne; Work;, Fue,seR!!;!Wart.Pickets, Lath Drop udY -
.1 I
The Three Great Sights I of a TnuucontiK she was taken by her mother to visit a reason we hope to see many thousajyj, ---

f' natal Jon \ y. friend or perhaps to wa!> -of' df ive7crL people here on that occasion. 'Jackson-
j:1'] "The three oddest y that I Jacksonville Florida."Small .
-
: gs saw
to ,
.?peimitfecfto ride a donkey in vile is growing more rapidly than any
( outside ,of New Y"/lg tcm a.lW the gardens. other city in the South, and all Floridians .
Yorker who bjuL & overland to Den- At the,dinner hour of the ducbess
> no doubt, are proud of this fact, .
il: tlerd3aettlrne3 by water by way ofI her little girl Eoppfd Seated neitUo but we want our friends in the State to -
.r .' Galveston, "were a donkey, a dog and her mother. Then came a1\ romp wtfc a' and core profits often tare ,..
:;! --' a goat The donkey was the motive 1 her nurse, Mrs. Brcek. By the time the see themselves, and we trust there '=2 lii V 44J the foundation of modem"r.

, power of the single bobtail car that : romp was finished the house party will be a generous outpouring ,of oar -
the bill on South Broadway people during the gala week. A, warp
Ice up would be at their dessert, and then the Y :
Denver. He was an amusing fellow. princess would be called in to join welcome will be given everybody who y --

V, After I made my first trip up that steep them.: comes. A TmI

hill I was astonished to see the conductor Nine o'clock was bedtime and she Don't you think that you can arrangeto ; ..; : r.That r.r
,- unhitch the and him -f
=
donkey put never prolonged her day beyond that bring your family also?You will enjoy .a: ,'VaaaGive q
aboard the car. The dashboard was fitted she
.. hour. No matter whether was at
the trip. Don't forget the date, November
'
'F up as a sort of stall, and he stood home or at the house of a friend, "9 x
,,' 9th loth, nth and ma. Jacksonville can fit you and fivt] -:
there sideways when the car started o'clock bedtime was rigidly enforced. I will give YOU a warm welcome. ;' f
work
at prices
popular
back down the hill under its own im Her little bed was placed beside her io-7-tf
's. petus. The donkey's face took on a delighted nother'slarger bed BO that by day and your patronage Wt
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expression as he found himself night mother and daughter were never Wool Suit to order for |u

; in the role of passenger. He really far apart 1,5.000"|16.00. Better<

teemed to be grinning at the conductor Regular study regular exercise, simple lidden's Market 5V |aom, 'u."" $.l3.3O tad j ,
, a and the passengers. food and plenty of time ont of
l "1 saw the dog as I was about to enter doors plenty of play and plenty of sleep r. ,

the Taber Opera House in Denver.' distinguished the upbringing of, .Jit Is Prepared f1\.upply PANTS to order.2.7s.13.oo.'J.50. $.. |5-oo and fooxx .
The dog was called Bill, and he was land's future V
'
queeu.First with'
; you MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samplet and 5c1f. cu1lR1DC i
i
part of the outfit of a cigar store in the ,;t '

! opera house building. He was a black Duels In Italy, ; ,,: t. to'., .J.-: \.. on application.
Good Meats at Living Prices. ,. ; : ,
I ipasieL He was rigged up in Zouave The first duels were fought in Italy ..., 4 0'- S "wp4.'" ':If'
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! r trousers and jacket trimmed with gold ccordirg to Miliingen who speaks a I ThO' Popular Price ?

I =,' braid had a tasseled fez on his head manuscript discovered at Cassel aud describe LIVV -
j ; and spectacles on his nose. The oddest or
a dueL between a father and a
! thing about him was that he sat on his lion in the reign of the Emperor Theod- The 13 Mail St JaehaitC!

i, launches, with his paws in the air, feio. When Charlemagne fbrbade wager! ,

Cfetuklly smoking a cigarette like a confirmed Of battle amoJJg.'the 1,1 .n bards...bun- ,fInd Bags. '
cigarette fiend. I found that he- countered the fiercest opposition from : Sir We do Dyeing Cleaning and Repairing.LITTLE .

i t had been trained to smoke the cigarettes the Ecbles. Early in, the ninth century Native Meats a specialty.

' while the audience was going into the De Mpdicis, a knight, defeated in single
i theater as an advertisement of his own- ccmtnt the bandit Mugel who devastated Your Patronage Solicited.
V er's business. That was the first time ed 'Florentine district now called : ;

I had ever seen a dog smoking. after him; Mugello. Otho 'II grantedthe Market on Banyan Street, BROS.

"I made the acquaintance of the goat ..
\ prayer of the nobility for the reestablishment 11-12 WEST PALM/BEACH
; in a tobacco factory in Key West. There of wager of battle in 988. r
," '" were 200 Cuban girls there, nearly all Women
and priests were not compelled fertilizer 9 'pijosplate :
i E. of them pretty and all of them smokers to accept it The Normans showed less Sun.
I ;.- or chewers of tobacco. The goat was gallcntry. With them\vomaahad to Clematis Avenue c.omel-\
1 their He the biggestpat ...
particular: pet was accept, nor could; she name a champion.Her -
I ever saw, almost as large as a male opponent however,was buriedto ft "
i Shetland pony, with big branching his waist in the earth. Armed with a Store-:;

t ', horns, and perfectly tame. He playfully club, be tried to strike her as she cir- supply Fertilizers j
If you are requiring for
J butted the girls or pranced around cled around him, his weapon being a
t v among them. Hia,best trick however, ball of iron at the end of a cord. If he ::-West Palm Beach. Florida, Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc, write to .j '

! ... was the larceny of their dinner baskets.' failed to touch her at the third attempt J. D., MATHIS, Proprietor.Successor
He used to go nosing around until he he was vanquished which meant to us and we can give you more value .j
( t* Bnnnliig's Bakery aid Grocery C*)
found choice luncheon.
t, a particularly him death with dishonor. for than other .1(111--I
My Motto--Qulck Sales and Small Fronts." S your money any
i He would knock over the basket, seize Beccarin says that the reason so many ,

J the lunch, and dash outdoors with it duels were fought in Italy in the early Bakery Goods and J. ufacturer or Dealer in this State or. .
No amount of chastisement had ever days is that where the law does not afford -
A Chance to do Your -
! broken him of the trick. O( course I. protection one must look to single Family Groceries .. from any other State. Write for pam- .

! aw wonderful scenery in the journey, combat to retain the respect; of one's phlets, prices etc. to above address
j but the donkey end the dcg and thegoat fellow men. In the middle ages the ferocity .....My Specialty. {c 'W
were by long odds the most interesting j >
cf Italian duels passes belief. "Any Goods delivered free to ns. < '

I! living things that I encountered.fI'l way of putting an enemy to death of the City or across the any Lake.part f- '. ,. ., ;' .., -->>.ti'JlI'
New York Sun. >
"
I (;'cgui medo') is good enough, says All Orders Given Prompt Attention. '
!
one cf their writers. "When an Italian
; A Clever Lawyer. spares bid vanquished adversary," says Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest -. -; The
prices paid for country produce.Buy sonthe Supply com
! An old lawyer in Paris had instructed Brantome "be maims his arms and +
{ a very young client of ,his to weep legs and gives him us n memento of his of me and I will Have yon money 6-1.97 i : ,

.: every time he struck the desk with his kindness and generosity a hideous gash -Wholesale Lad Retell Itoalcr Iasi
j. hand. Unfortunately the barrister for. across the face." Larupagnaco practiced! ":1.

;, got and struck the desk at the wrong on a painted model of Galeazzo' forza New (Store : Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Ci:
it moment The client fell to sobbing and before he stabbed him. Dueling was ,

";:' crying."What. is the matter with you?". I Cornhill called' "la Magazine.scieuza cavalleresca" ..... !Jew;! (goods- 4.' Job.1 ent, Shingles and Laths. I:

asked the presiding judge.

' ""Well he told me to cry aa often ash Potting a Stamp Cpslde Down. New < ricesV ,,.., IS ,
z struck the table." Folk in general ire not nowadays so Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brice
' \ e welcome all our old friends and .
! Here was a nice predicament but careful as they were years ago in the patrous.andcordiallyinvitestrang- .
r': "' the astute lawyer was equal to the 00-1 matter of affixing postage J stamps to era to. .visit ui.: . r

y", casion. Addressing the jury, he said letters and receipt stamps upon bills Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and

"Wtll ,gentlemen, let me ask you ,. and many' never note whether the" I .....Optical Goods Office 408 West
how you can reconcile the idea of crime stamps are the right way up or upside' Bay Street
r' in conjunction with such candor and down. It was very different, however, : Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing

L simplicity. I await your verdict with before the rush and roar of this half of Neatly and Satisfactorily Done. '. .5 to-,,,, J Jacksonville
'', the most perfect confidence."-Ex.H the century began, for it was next door Only Optician in the City. Eyes tented
[ change: to a crime, in the ,test approved methods. The new FtOt'i1
store si i I he in barge of Prof. r'ranl.ldner.
l",.. a sump!' with the queen's head the l L.,. Bow Boston Owls Book wrong way up. Many were not only :Sew \ork.
" She had returned under the that her Daily Papers and Periodical E.
: just from a visit to impression majesty WINCHEHBACH, Manager. F. M. BvtSJ
;:! Boston. would "feel offended.,", but that if she G. W. IDNER & SON work
J, "Is i( true" asked an acquaintance, took the matter up personally or told ,
I. t "that there is an air of culture and educational officials to act punishment could fol Scminole fat Door Block South Russell Call un&WI(.'0.'&Drug 10-21-97 Store FLORIDAIron MACHINE WOlOO:

refinement plainly noticeable low. There: are still however, many.
in the speech of Boston residents?" people who look with horror upon a :

"My dear" she replied impressively, postage stamp upside down.-Notes and -ADAMS' -t
"even the owls around Boston hoot 'To Queries. and Brass Castings. _
whom"I1 instead of 'To whool as they :
.1 do in the west"Chicago Times-Her Strange Mistake. City 1VIat1ket. V General
aid Old Mrs. Jones entered the drawingroom Repairing Promptly and Accurately tf

, r unexpectedly and spoiled very ... .., Iron -
!', '" Building Column. Saab Height and Grate Ban ScU i
a jr.
4" |
, A swallow is considered one of the pretty tableau. If MEAT Pulleys,
you eat .... ; ,t Hanger anti Boxes in flock Saw Mandn-U of .11 Nan I I
f, fastest of flying birds, and it was "I was just whispering a secret in
dl y f thought until recently that no insect Cousin Jennie's ear,"explained Charlie you want good meat, and thatis SUGAR :MIIIS -
-
could escape it A naturalist tells of an "I'm sorry," said the old lady grave- the<< kind always on hand-. .

i::1 1 exciting chase he saw between a swal- ly "that your eyesight has become eo Native and Western, And We Will Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Rivenile.2197 f4
; ; low and a dragon fly, which is among bad that you mistake Jennie's mouth .
for her "London TitBits.Old Fresh and Smoked, I-
the swiftest of insects the latter finally ear. J.CKSO"ILLE.1

escaping.It Salt and Pickled, :
Custom Revived. and none but the best.A '
U stated that animal life appears An ancient custom has been revivedin :
i to be almost absent in the Clean Market and Polite Attention.
neighborhood some English rural districts. Clergymen
of the north pole. Beyond latitude 83 in surplices and attended by a Hail orders Promptly Filled. Plants I

, degrees the Fram met with neither choir, made a tour in proccsniou of the The Old Stand-On Clematis Ave. Strawberry j

t; wbaies, seals walrus nor bears, though cornfields and farmyards, where prayers West

dog. fishes were seen as high as 85 def were offered up for a blessing on the Palm Beach. Please Ml Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to DOILY
You
.. ypung crop, M-97 9t e '"
APIdSl.iii'ert ,,, ., NRWOURKE, FLORIDA for Special Price Ibt. JuI& 'a:

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1j THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY 'Ir

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OZY HOUSE NOOKS. J FRUIT .CANNING.A .. -
-- 11$ .B. STEPHE s.-I UI'ndorw.
Yew' Hlota- Hurt the Houewife Will p* 1.7r1 11 e.ucT'. ....:?'.;Ii I .J.8H0t.a l :..;t. .;'3 .8.perrtxr : : ;
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UPTINQ CORNERS IN WHICH TREAD Well to Bemcmfcer. i [! J. I
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,... PICM : '
fc--COCOA (
bi n u'2 .a 'r1tlW: r.J' :
OR REST.SpaxwWM In canning fruit remember that if is Irt ....._., nFzlCERS,. .., ''w 9. L\ -mOaE. CHAl* ,,.- rnttor !
hard and disagreeable work at htit, end I. F. tAMOND.... -_..........._JlaJOr A. r, AM;::.ri; ';.a.g:; ';;tf u:..p.8aperrlaa
-I. H.CLEW. ........... r .-..- C".IOSOEWQTT..J. t _
unless yon can come within sigt of lti ..... A EnERt: i1AD J$.. :-=:
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'MIe TJUlUetlC sad Il.d.L .. .. ... -' .'. I. :
w ,
''x. pa ITEREILkCRAIIflfm--...... _...,; .uc.m ir i iE . .
highest possibilities "the g&ej is pot "-.l=: YAY:,?- 4,,_..plitatroctnrwX.FISHEe
MafMta U s G.Mrml Bitting Boom.DeooratlBf ::.;."": i"::...:.::.....1IanIIali .:. it*. .4.- .rf ;,. ; i 8upervlser S
worth the candle. Whetbe Ms gold| i "" .,"' ." r : ;''. : t fi .1. t.J -' I% : ? ,B"'" I .' ., '. C : _
tIiT :i
Bad ronlahlag B Kook IBBdolr bad indifferent :
*r Psrl.r.every own knowledge or and depends upon your, ?f 4 RJillF;1UJKRJJEN... W.'A.'H.' HOBBS.......... Dalrartor : .I-"u;
fkill.Exclndfcig ,.. ;;;;. ",. r T"t.: ..wSapentrar .v> ; Ie
n hone whether it be in city the air to prevent fepintat3otj is oilythe 2kd!;W.PQ[l gq.. '' -,- ._ 'Prea &nt BOYNTON .

country there are little niche and ABC of snct eas. Truife (bust look JOBS B BEACH: :: ;.ii.4 11. LAMOXD ,, MAUD GEE......_ _...........lJaatrWtorCHU.
STRAWDERUAN..GE.OC BRANNING
as well aa taste delicious aid:;n crier 6. V. PIERe.: ,:: .:;,.,,r..Suparllrer
oil which lend themselves most kindto ,tf flDNEH ...r....riZu H.BR.UUEY I Ir.oullOJ "A!
to do this it must retain it*natrfjal meeting tbesat,and -dd T enlay in ... :-.PALMBEACHV : j **

decoration and which form de- flavor and npeajance and be !weeteed .eacb- mouth_ .', at._ 7iju p.nx*- T. M1a8T'r'tIP.RAGORYt. 1-. P ieetrtnrE.N.DIMI6
htful hiding places for the reader, with grail )at 1u ;ar. Fruit for caning >/;- > F : ; I.' t I, 8npenlacrs9. 8.: Uitr

oker or idler on some warm sunny rriusrte freghly picked and a little ,Gowity.Directory.: ;- -- .: coioiu: "Ntn. : _

y when the dim coolness of the house under rather than over ripe. The i ( 'AiSlE WT D. UGHTBOCRStil K.-.-...,.-: -.;;:;;.,-.,::";,.tlupcrliaor.t 't ndorWHl'I i"T : :: .' ;
to be preferred to the glare outside. pjtf of peaches and the cores of Peas :. 'rcbmrr OFFICERS.. : ;: :,

e of the best things about these corrt improve the flavor of their respectivejtajjUjrlffjejaoYed .4 x JlEnER...........,..... County JOJge Fhee..,j>>
is that they need not ; fiiUitmte a >ttw A.,1.gUWBY.: ::.;%':-:-.:Circuit tonrt Clerk .. .1 '. ':. ,
depend upon peabh' i ibi7il and'put lisle ROBT7R. T A YI.Ofl..<.:1'r'oIecutlDI,Attorney ;- ; t4a.
a
boliterers and cabinet makers Gfw- pi I R.rCHIW'JGWUBTH.-; :...... Abenff PATBONilZEM ; : :41 :
tonilililag filled with cores in the ceo- .TaxAe.eeeorT.P '
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C.HAGHT.\\j & r.l'.G
:ir adornment, for the home careencan : : rs} :fyr J'I ., ..
,tercfjwar.jars, J I '
reuneerALYN9HEt
( 'ts". L4NOND..i.luT. 7.
produce the moat happy ;esulta v ]iTba skins of green gage plums sboVldbe'Ljfi ; -..-.-,.:-..-; -8nr eyor ..' .' ,,' : : ;. ':, -
th very little. outlay. Appreciating'I ; I on sold pierced with a fork 4>&-'I Z.'tMERBITTU...Supt,- hblle lutraetioB' 0; "" I .. ; i ; .: 'r'
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fore they axed. The skins of/aU. a ''COUNTY'WMMISSIONERS:' i
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Other varieties ouM. be '- ',f. .1H"'i...:? :
,- common ,, N.W. PITTS Chairman.....-.Like WorthO. .T'-h"e" .
5iS tJDni .1'1'ptame! aM a hHare 5amereed .W.LAIYttABT "'w.,."' .....i..P lmBeacUWJ.&JinyitM '. ,I ; : : ',. '
,..,:,....)...oCocoali ut GiweE. <" .. ". .. "
I *** in; boiling.water.to.}posen the E.WHITE ...<..xr".e....;o,,,-Lemoa CtyWog J n I... ) I, 1 '!.: ; : ;; q:::
S skins,_only a few should be treatede'atonce TAXyy B_;;._.,,....,..." obe:SaunJComaiUaioner "I ".; : ,.,1.
A and these should first be put fa aNita meet la regular. eaaea on : :
the Brat Wednesday i.each 1ItOBt :- '1 ;w ;
} baekef offie .' Aftei mainfc* :1m 1"i, t, I .' h. .,;' ; ..1 .... .
twomiputes 61 eo dip Jtl ecM water and CQWi.l1 SCII00L iBOARD.! : : ..t.3.A
gently ftlJj01f1h&-EHns+A $iher knife : -. .j.d [.:11
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It ".1"(I! fJ T''O' PUBLIC W8TEPCTIOH
...... ... ...... .... tr' : ::
tihouli be UMdVta shr d 9 |iu"ipl andjp'pari T..MKKRTTT.;; : a Lemo.atyJ l"u9P l-- ,- II'< TIe>

pearBaadqdict[ *| J 9| \ '' J WJACKOYUpairmae.Coeoanatlrove> ''U3Iidi: : rot}SCHOOL" Jim.' .... 9 ,. --,'.: -. ;.: .
Peaches should be in ; d : .
put ,
sirup as soon. wIw1DMLY 1;! "", Japiter : : .
:! :
1. : MrparedlaaJlpears; and quinces into J-w COtiSTP. K ,.;;...;..wetWBteh 1 al :, -... ;... ': : : "- "rte

cold water to prevent discoloration: .
FLORIDA LEGISLATI1llE. n. : :; I II :' '
Peac"hea ate 1fnD end'rf :her ifalloifedtorenraiu ..!!x i. >EMuU>)lOM WDCOF5TT.<< 1 .t.,;. .rn n >') ,, ': Sul ; Month, JOetl. .

uvtruight in HJBBUUV..before E. N. DIMICI.t'aha 8eacb..Se.ator J I .1JIft(1..1 '. -q

they are.cooked.. FJT&or ax,pits should SJJQTTLW.. .. film. Beach Representative 'j '.' J.':... 2 .'." .:
be distributed through each quart .. L' .Mrs ;,-
jar. ;] -
The most delicate and natural''' flavor rSt ate:Directory t .. .-. .. -i'.1. "i, :' ,. .. ,
is obtained by cooking the! fruit in the .
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jars: This method also does .wIJwith' :
EXECUTIVE. .DEPARTMENT., :
the breakage from.handling; and, adds : ,::,;

greatly to its appearaace4l! .Pears..and, W.-i; BLOXU"M;....' ..-.-.-.-..=.-....-. o eniarJNOS ..,
cxiu>DgRaltitirl: Ara quinces are .exception to this rule, I*URAWFURDir..8ecfetar,of Butewat .n

l ;tact The Standard: ; Designer": preU .. but.cas both';are more quickly cooked U.aKvSOU'S.B. WBltriELD..' .:.:...?..:./. ..ComptrollerJAJIW .Treasurer J Mce.Neat

some e attractive Ulnstrated schemes tender.in clear water it is mote coonujient = WM.1i.LAIIARc..cAttol'lle'; .; General } -

[bringing. rot desirable'effects to do BQ before they are put!in sirupl: A1 L.:D.N.WOM:BH: EATS.BW ELL i..,. Sap&.l'ubl.e...;M..Con..4grlc Infraction lUire c"-

ae ef these was a' corner formed All ,old jars;she 1d.;be .thoroughly PATRICK HOUSTON ..:...A liuUDt General .. ..
cle'ansed.with Vi,.g..MILTOX,,JR?:;-..-?-;: Surveyor-General :
t recess between. the chimney and soda and.boiling; water. : Ottcvs at'Tallahassee. Fbrida- ... : .!f
I window.. It was too small to aosom- and the airUgttness of everyjar 'shoUld : ':':. .6'tl

anything in the way,,of .a desk be' tested ..with .'Water: before..St is 3 :0s.SENATORS; ': -' ''. 1 .. ..

:,,aodj8q eould.bavepeen; filled with fruit.which, ehonld, be SPASCO.-i.H--.i.--' 'f .:..'..'.MonNcelb : : : "ri. '
t so much waste space if the ""ad ft- placed j ja| .,:the; jar aa.fast as it ia peel-, S. R.,MAUORT. .."!:_;t'i"7! : :.."."; ,P"saa .YT "
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house had'' Dot hie'tipo n'tits happy pared and .the. ja< filled to' thepeckwithgirup. tO''GR SsJIiN : .Work' _
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r:'ooarerting'tl 'th_ (o'ijoupging: S '
for tho 8.whO wanted to read--orr A flat bottomed> 'kettle or'aq ordinary' &OB .W;DAVIS ,"".i,,..,..,..,,,, Palatka '..... t J.'
or even take a sie ta.t ;The room iach clothes boiler..ia .convenientLf6t cooking ?: M 31> a1uMJN. cy11.Y'!n,; :..NTuapS A :

UB coulee w w made in.thig.caae.pouted and a board fitted to the I bottom bSiirR.JJ.i )y fT.JiJpa; &S:, ;. ". : .; .. *. ;( : *,-. ;
,
L 9 he the general\sitting room: : loosely and closely fiiea) witli.inchr.au-; i ;" : $'; JJ. ." : J -
M. H.MABRT.......,.Chief Justice : : :
l."J
bad, no .mantel, being ,hated: ;|4n ger holes obviates all danger of fafeakage. F. B.CARTER..rrrr.rr.;...'.Associate.Joatioe I. YiI ;

ttr by ta register., A'dwarf,.bookcase Put tW inbb&ind''tord inlpofiltion 1 B. F.TAYLOB.::-<..pY3KCOMMISSIONERS.. : rQmRt.1. r.. .I: r ; : : '
acroM 'leaVing the latter loose. Fill the boiler? .1 ;" :'. .". '.IT: .- .1 ., ; :
baadfo odation'of .... : : : d .
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he settee' ub- with warm: .water to Ithe.neck of I the 'R. ,&,- ". .. ; I. : ,
ted pine wood, forming a seat and jars and boil gently.untilthq; fruit can -- .
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i.LChatrmea .,
M'DAVIDSO.V. I'
high back. .,.These in placea be easily pierced-witb-a fork. rNodefinlte 1C H. ; ;Quincy, : .iI :' ; A 1
were put H. K. DAYJ M_ _....... 'n__Calaesrilie < ExecutedAT ;' ."
carpenter and ..tben covered .with- rule'for cooking eazf o'given.1 Ten M."B8.T AN._...._ ..;...x..1PmceJGHi.J. : : ,., '" J \
Il GUI, 'msdoto., flt.'of'bedtickingin minutes is tiraally:long enough for ber .;JI1iRL8YJR.Armdia. '. :.' .. ,,' ,t.:, \"'. .
turn with blue and white rieswhile the.time required:for larger Headquarten'and offices of the Board at Taligdtssee ; ier t

aD"PO i TDeiroodenmoldlagplacedud and more., solid. fruits ,dependsjupon .% :J ; ,. i..s I
1. !
1 the'front edge, and the legs were their,ripeness.. Experience soon makes ... -. IJ l' I'I

I and varnished; The back of theM one expert. Take each i jar out on to a r General .Directory; .. -- ;
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was made to' set far enough out hot plate fill to overflowing'with boiling .. '" t .
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U1t,;wall: .support, a 10 inch water:: and 'screw down the top. COURT CALENDAR : '. ".... .
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This waa backed ,by a ,stained Tighten' as it cooks and invert to; be ;
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"' (Seventh tirtuit.zJ : : '. ; ; I.
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nnaLihed framework with mirrors sure that.it ill airtight. .
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odes j The be in .D. BROOMED..;':" u.-v.icirenit: should
[ia on the three None of the ., jan wrapped paperto -
i WU very large....s&they did not exclude] the light which is more injurious ..'lJfGGS"" ;,.<.......,.,..u..Statc.a" 'Attorney'- -

I materially to the cask :than" one is "apt: to< thi4k.' 1d SPRING ,TERM.' March' -
to .
OMAola LbDnty;'Monday .1 REASONABLE
above the first shelf and mantel back, kept in a cool dry place.: ,The flavor of Ora,ge !II. .-. ." +... .
I two feet higher up another shell fruit is much improved if the bxygen1srestored Lake **- 'Uh ''*' ,
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\'Ollillia i y id ; i April. .
i supports' and fancy railing was ar- by. removing. the, .coyer,an.: hour Brc.ard' "' 4th' ". .. .
and 'still above this was ,put a or two. before it is needed. Dade lit Monday ann ill Man- ,

,of decorative' overhanging of If rich fruit desired, the following 1 TERM day in'AprjLFALL ,,-.t.T

I,.which gave quite the effect of'a quantities lof'IUgar' for each, pint jar Osccdla CoUnty;set Monday, itt ;October. ,'1.

tel< to the whole.;' This top" shelf will be satisfactory: but as sugar 19 not Orang4, :It!.... "., :"' :". .. "
i wed for fancy china and glassware,' the "keeping power" ch lessor even Lake .. tth .PRICE'Se ',.:: : !
I the lower one jut above the back none may be- used:i Raspberries; four "olulli r'- ; M '40' ,' "4*: "' Nor;: .- ,, taa Woit.I .
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wbortlebenies..afonr. Breverd 4th' :
|the settee, for little articles of brie ounces ounces; -. -' -- .
The broad window sill wan also peaches, five ounces Bartlett pears, ix 10 ...1st- -Monday after the 4th-Moa-, I :
r enough at hand to hold the work- ounces;.sour pears"eight ounces; plums :. day ID NOTember.' Ware, Agate J
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;.to ) J
et lor book'and the settee' was ar-' eight 'ounces;' quinces ''eight'Pounces. u5i.: UFJICE. !
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1 at a convenient height for even These hints are from the I New York j. M. BAitCO'! ..........,...,...'...h..A.Register '

little people who might desire tot Times N. p. 'AI "WRIGllT....;.... '. ......Receiveir We are "now Better J : PLANTS

tLeuuelvcicf comfortable soft '"Jelly UaklI Caswea .' '()Sires at Gainesville Honda..' ,Prepared than '

Bnral New 'YOrker illus DEP'4.y
entry GOY'TSICN.4L.SERVICE
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the
i place of shelres for china eta, promptly
k&belves : tinted 'an'l'aid to the' housewife 'when :: .'CRONK...." ...;............. ..:.Observer '
might be arranged
or evenhont for
making 'jelly; It is both hard and nn- .i n 'Obeerratery at'Jupiter lolet.: ever turning 1.31-tf. j
jnch accessories the, settee .
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Bid prose both serviceable and deco. l' \ .
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Ive. :::; a Jf'TI.WHT 'BOUSE SERVICE. out : ri l

he subject of second illustration .''' 1L tiHoneeatJupderIo1eLJAMES :
a .. ..._ .. '
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A. ARMOUR .KeeperJ.
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jUtlo for almost any room flom."m1 .A. WELLS.............:: \.l:\ let AmittaiitJA.fiNE. .' ., : r

>'1 chamber".to a studio or parlor. HOMEMADK'JELLY SQUKEZK&L ....:;:.v.v. ;.......,._. Id ,A&ugtast -: ',:.. ,, :..- : -:i. J3J.FirstClassi .:->H : ,, Ry.

little.woman whom; the.,ooginal ." j,,', : .:cA ,
ugtd etched the settee from twooldchain comfortable work to;extraCt 'the"juice DISTRICT SCHOOLS}: ...I: ,

i t>y knocking 'off an arm'from from jelly bag filled with hot, cocked i_:.... ..*._ .., ': '. ; .. ." -: .-.-! :-]-. :
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i and building them'out with bOard. fruit by baud power;; The contrivance, I LEMOA'CITl: : (a.Up).

) and burlap The covering was blue which homemade, extracts the. juice R.EMe DONAt U. ...H_.,.., J t ':- o tt
tint embroidered in with from the jelly bag without touching MISS M. A. MclONALU..._'....._Atwlxtant ; :; ,. ... rnzi ..... ..
white aPp :
.
the bag'and n.bN'I(1TEt: }" ". 'a ... I..slllletflour TUB ..... .".
design to match the frieze of. the with'the hands. Hang.up .1 . :.... :...i
ri1I& insert it' between' the curved faces of .. .f.OTW.6.N..: .. ,'.;.< 'IIi .... ,.,... .,.;.. .......
The ew1aoidel1. was done .: handles will' L F. KIOSER.... .I..kuctor ...... ...... ......
,11 coarse flax thread iu outline stitch. the blocks'and'the"; nppl lt R. K. FKArrER-u.: .r,..'..'.'iS7..CSopervtoorNEPTUSB.; ..:., .r... ..
sufScient strength.'As the bag [grow, : .......
|in blue'deuim was, gathered, above ; ; ? ... .. ...:::. : .. .....
tt ttt4 and in shelf thinner tarn'up the nut to'bring' the .. .. :. ..
] > the'corner a tiuy . i .
itl! S U $ RICK ARD3 ? ;\1 ( ;; .InstractarSunorvifior 'JO M r
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i made, just large enough to hold 'a handles nearer together. .___________m_.__ ____._ --T--- I .' ,JabPiinling1i
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> and white porcelain"jug. Above A"n d OrCQ.' d'- I .I ,. :: ..JUP1TKKMRS. : ...... ...... ......
I settee was built a strong shelf with 1 '\. A. 11. HOBBs;..................Instructor: ..'.- .. ...1.. ......
:The tone andT action of the reed 6r{ J, A. AlillOUB..1..v..i..i..SBperi8orASXIE ; :'!. ....- .-...
Dgalar cabinet set in where the .:... .....
gun are entirely unlike'\hose'of the I' .' ,.JUNO. ': ; "i : ,..". ...w' ."...
pipe organ. The Etude.explains that E. G. METCALF_._._. ..Instructor 1I :: :: ....... ..,. ......
? ...... ...... ......
:HEY3ER'.c .. _- ..' .
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-, it the kinds..of music \ycicb sound best A. : ; ;" .i.-suPft"llIOr ......_ .... ......
.each are" entirely"imlike"althougtj MANUOXIA. .. ...... ."...:. ..;...
on
each'sty Ie can be laypd'on each'instru.ment MISS U03A. EOWtKY'.77.JRREV.f ., UatmctorGKOUGKS. I IX YOUR ORDERS FOR .. .. .........?. .......... ."-.4

Neither is the right kind of reed SapervisarWK3T ...... ..._.1IroM
k vI PALM''BEACH.U .. : ... ...... -
organ music 'at -all' like piano music; .... .. ... :...y._ .;...., IlOp
V: HIX IY. ,.;. .. .;. .... Principal
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of .. .
Here is right where the great mass _. ._.... a
LULL AXGEV1XE.,'-, ASS SStantD.IL.IXGtR80L.t. .. | ... ...... ..... 1 r.,
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teachers 011 this instrument utterly fail! .: !SitA&.i'iJ. ; ] ...... ....... I Obi
The reed i organ\ is a ,reed -.---organ not a .: ,1saeoau' ..... ..r,.. alp
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I I 4t I IdG I pipe piano 19rgan player, nor;:.lesrna yet a-' the.piano.pipe' ,A'of organ gOOd the '---yXn-.tn-D.. RiNXERSOlt.M.m.EJOS'E: *,*, ..-...o--....'.... ..,.............-.supervisor.Il1bt- Letter Heads, ..... ......... ........11lSa.10506)4108 loop

easier_ than a;reed_organ player Statements .., 9lq
+ to ii laDle"grade" as'a'general thing.: The MRS.GEO.LYMAN.Instructor W.UAKXETTrlAS.: ...- : I ( .. .. TIM
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A. uprrvtsorELLIOTD ... ... !
Invitatione rb
pedals of a pipe organ are from a to Sty J t. ..... ,. < ..; ... .::... 1101

octaves of keys corresponding to" the J MES: C. 11A RR1S! .._' rY1 l'vH..hstrJ( i r tPr., ,IQt Heads, .. /: .

black and white keys of the keyboard I R. H. THOMPSON._.?."y. _. :S.pernso ,Bill Heads, '. 78. between. Jackf

for the'handi"c: Tbe' rg 'nisfplayithbass'Dole BEUE-FIOKA.. : Schedules I Miami and Tort

.. of a composition upon them, I.P.1:1DNEL1."..,",1";..oj.. I*. i t i'*rurtoj. I | Sunday.Fort Pierce sad
_... ._"'" -L, Envelopes,
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._ "Banks" of keys aw better'called,IOU; R. R. FRAZIER. ; ? Supervisor..1 Monday.-

nala. A three manual organ has three I '1'T PT B13C31Ytl1.Iu : I -.f' Posters, / .el St. Angus. I

"Mt LADrSi" HOOK. Zeta':.of .kej8 ;.pr..keyboards, for. the 1 1banda. ..... 1.L-._._ Instructor ; .- ; --. TickeU,
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meek The made f.PAUE WILSON____.._.._ Supervisor 1 ,J.:' 'i 6: li. -k, .
top of this an- ., Card
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t. f.wn.C TLEJt Co! '; ; ; .
r thelt The shelf and cabinet were ..:..', ; :. .:.,.. ... ., "
t PrMerv* : 2..1"
Fteeappl*
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> cf pine wood enameled white.' DDIE: LKE: DAMOX..:...l..iti..:fiusituiorwM. d"
peeling' the }>pineapple and re; _' z, I ....
1 **U lper.u. soft gray, with a After : J..nl"rr'lr.-,s .Supervisor -
the slice it and 'then. cut ';' '. ',.', .....
of blue moving eyes : 'II.ju !
pale yellow tulips on a iMIAMI. .
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I __b4. The! floor .was stained a the. slices into small pieces, leaving out 1 t I v.i>>tJ.lin.-'Q.fl *J'BnillalIT .t. '
theccie Let the prepared pineapple \i. "NS._ __ .; __"....I..t..nt : AND FIRST-CLASS : Train. U. y :
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P J.umr.and nr.lahed and the,rug ; .
T. s. ,. ,. SIIpe" r I I
of Pay and bluff' with a few stand .overnight with' half.weight, ; G.\l'UKR-t.. IJ' ,j ,I 1
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of of sugar'added to it. In the 'morning neD.MRS.NL uorntaj. ::
bt}
yellow to 11ght it Bp'a:
J'CKi\ON-l..:.., .:InaUutcor
little spindle legged tea table'wu heat it ;quickly, letting it .boil only A A UOHTBOLUNE_ __.SupenUorEESVILLE. ,
*Ud white to match the shelf end minute two,"that'the rolof'ma1 net \ I P6awuger Arwt,

eabiuit. and wrought !Iron hand be darkened and seal. ia';jars tbe aaeej i:i}i"tNAEI; ...: rtt.I..J.. _.lBrtr etoi :

eM true trBktttle sad other fruit. J. f. LR.S .... ,....... ., POINTING; OF ALL,:, KINDS. 1f!
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f'Ir it ijCtDpi ka inn.f New r rk..f atlorill Co Witty, Sayings Intu.p..Witb Mn.pexy.e Etta-Dnnts'wanted I hate the in"light dlurd1'-her.."- tt.ia> :

; Business Dealer. ,
f-' SUg 1M. n n Bnm n'

Newest and Latest Styles of Millinerywill 'r
Price Tailors NOTICE! Be sure and save ;your

I ;.- :WEST, PAlM BEACH FLORIDA. Popular ., Dental Work for Dr. J. A..Pugh,, our be at Mrs. Moffatt's this week-Be ,,.
.
t call and them. -
. ," J boss Dentist, who" will return in a few sure to see "
"
.r weeks. Tea Alluri -Jinks-How delightful U rest -

GUY I.METCALF, Suits to order$16 age $20. Harold-And now dar'tng. tell me what your after nsYeseo workl delightful- ,In fa,,',. that; men -i Popular Dry Goods'Jacksonville -

EDITOR AND MANAGER. father said when you told him we were engaged don't alwa a wait till after the work to ge.t it.
,
Trousers to. ord r; ,$4' 31'435. langaegel-Pnneo.Mrbit-Oh.! Harold dont ask me to repeat,bin Detroit tree Press. v Flo

t YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2 : :: L: \jt I Floor Matting at the Furniture Store.

L 1ST Twenty per: cent by not deal- Not Very Nearly Related-New ileiJ.hbor-Be ( The Leading Dry Goods ra

, Samples and Measuring Blanks ipg with Chadwick-S Furniture them Halls over on the crow-road any connee-
Company during Gala Week. Main St., youra, Miu'Hall? ,
I f' sent by mail. boasra.o'HaU-Wa- L we i* fiat enuff connectedao's'tef -
..., Jacksonville. anybody dies out er one family the in the State. .
I other fambly foil en ogee the funeral in the
School Teache*-Now, b: cs, can you tell me I. laratkerrigebmdos't ayter the supper- _
lIt East"S e1tc2t91 + UM mt&tt oft -eeof America's greatest men? .
: Judge.
17 BaM ts tall together)-Ceu.-je Washington, _
The Stock The Newest!
Abraham r.incoli and Bufialo Bill. For Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and a Largest ,

; JACKSONVILLE ILL Watch for few Caps coming-Ailthon Good Table, be sure to stop at the New at the Lowest Prices. .,

: ,.. & Miller's. Seminole Hotel. Geo. Zapf Manager
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. AMONG OUR CHUECHES.ii Open all the year. To all whom request we will send samples free of<

i PecnTa r Paralys'ur-A Denver souiil boy whose WE PREPAY Express Charges on all
; '.Time and Place of Services, Special mot her has a d.bied arm sacs siie is suffering Data Necessary -I want to buy a cane" sbe orders to the amount of $$m or over, ;
: Raise, Irish Potatoes and Cabbaga.j f t>m 'pa- rysis of the stxuter.--Deavr.Post. said as she tripped into the store. -
-- Notices, Week-Day and Sunday '". "For a yuung man,I suppose* asked the polite when money accompanies the order.
'
'..:q.".. Meetings. footer TROPICAL Scs: : California S{puntgyi'Fruit. at Idaed.FE "Yes.clerk." The Best Equipped Mail Order Deb

I --..' D.!.1s .,. .;-While I was North this i>t Im preb****-*D 'I't f o bv fust imorev "Did you bring has measure?* !
-." EpUsopat Services.EPISCOPAI. and marked ion," said Coc'e' 8 ten. "t ban'd folks be now "H is measured I didn't know that a man had Write for Sample and Try It. Tour Money Back U Good An Xejl
summer fall I noticed a very ef de man dat tit-tire,ed de ovstub hadn't stop- to be measured for a cans""Well

:" deficiency in two crops and many of your pen tee pry open de shell?"-A-ashingtoa & ?r. we ought York World.to have the sue of hbmouthJ'New -Respectfu11y- --

Carats- _
Bethesda-by-tlie-Sea subscribers have land that will make Good new Tinware, cheapest in town,
; REV.J. N. MCLFORB, Rector Sheet Metal of all kinds and sheet metal .
Y av.L. FiTZ-J AMES Hixca,Ass't Minister. good crops of both, viz.: Irish potatoes at O. W. Weybrecht's. work at O. W. Weybrecht's.. COHEN BROTH

Will be open daring the Summer. Senrice and cabbage.
What She Thought A bout-He tte de:1yVhe )- !
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i, every Sunday morning at n o'clock. A launch I The long continued rains during the \ I"mttwatma'lvutdydliilndNaspyo< .';i His Wife should: Tell Him-"Jigging, I believe
will run regularly in connection tearing West 'uad4a-ftadval wDaed eudJlolabour.l I you are beastly intoxicated U tills very POPULAR DRY GOODS Hi
'
later part of June and July completely ShPtve'y -a'caf\rt-rwon er if you a Palm Beach city dock at ro Fare for the "
: o. foO'OJ( fo jet>Oil my fodt---New loikT.uti.PERSONAL 1 dunno, old chap. But I'm'goiag homshDowhican'
; round trip 10 cents. ruined the potato crop on lands that havea HI tellsu JOG fm'r-row. Wife Jacksonville Florida.Among
deshides,y'see.-<.1nODD&ti Commercial Tribune. 10-28-97 '
subsoil soils of Adolphus forgiven
clay or on heavy var you are .

BKOTHE&HOOD OF ST. A"lIaEw.eeta on ious kinds, consequently there was not will meet yon Gala Week at .....

the Second and Fourth Wednesday of each a one-fourth of potatoes and No. Jacksonville, have ceremony performedand Dont forget J. F., OLIVER'S when
j' : -month. L.t.HrsnarDircctor. crop buy our furnitureat_ cut rates of I yon want Fancy Groceries.Cruel -_
W.F. AIMSTROSG i Long Lsland"Which sold at "tit S time ChadwickStrain. :
Js, of
Secretary.
FuraitAreCompany, Our- Advertiser B. K. Barn, of J
last year at $1.25 and $i 30 per: barrelare coarse.-Ithely %> I I Candor-"I'm afraid" said Mr. Meek-
ter ton -".eat I must plead guilty to being a baseball truckers of the lower]
now worth 13.25 and $3.50 by carload crank." The East Coast Fish Co., of this town '
M. E. Chui-ah, South. Women in Male Attire. MUM
CUneros
se- demand that he is Ia
cured I don't think so, replied his wife. "After before TH SUN readers with a (
lots, and the visible supply is extremely freedom oy dinning male attire. Dr. I are >s very
Services every Unit and Third Sunday of a ;. Mary Walker has always instated that woven : accompanying you to one game I am preparedto attractive advertisement the best seed that ;
that not crank surb announcing
s1la1L J could hasten their say you are a on matters ,
= r. eaeh month, at 11 ikhool emancipation by wearing I in ids
p m. Sunday at \onare a raving maniac. -Cleveland plain says annonnc
$ 10 a. in.every Sunday, In the, Public ScLool One of.vth largest:dealers in farmproduce trousers.Kansas city Journal. II I I Dealer. the opening of their oyster and fish bus-

BUilding. EYfl''bodyeordlall.lnYlted. who is a personal friend of Call at SIRKI 'S BAZAAR and ,see I PERSONAL-Alice" meet iness for the season. Dr. F. Houston Uoa. ,

REV.w. A. LOWPER Pastor. mine told me that before the winterwas the new ggodsvjust. in. during Gala Week at Chadwick-Swain yon When in need of building material leading dentists an41tto

over that old potatoes would be f *La the$ase-Ffrat" Burglar-I'rt sorry fori j i Furniture Company, of course. Main lime,brick or cement Charles Welshans serve any of our i pee '

Evening Star Lodge, Ho. -\6. worth 12.50 to 1300 per bushel. Such deaf folks | t "t Street. Jacksonville. That's the place in his line, if they oSj !!
ecoa4 CirgUL-Oa consideration
% of solicits
I' I guess deycan stand de to buy.-Edward. Jacksonville, your
Knight ol Pythias, being the cage early new Irish potatoes damage.Firs his card in this and parlors at the comer .. .
*Eurkla.-'Taintdat. But I'm for, through paper ,
lIJC Meets eveiy Friday !\1ghtat8:30P.m.stallda d will bring a very fancy price. pearle wid a cook dat makes sir h plum sorry paddt' His Instructions Not Followed-Irate Patron asks an to prices. streets.
: -You advertise to cure consumption don't ? opportunity quote I
time. as da Puck. you
bothers
Visiting cordially invited. Cabbage is on the same lines. Large Doctor Quack-Yes, sir;I never fail when my Dr. W.T S. hcenf ". .
i, Castle Uallover Public School Building. instruction followed. Liner & Son of this in their :
are town are
M.E.GarBEBCCW.L.WlDMETEiK.O heads were selling at,|iJoa per hundred Decorated Crockery at Bargain Prices Irate Patron-My son took medicine for ialist whose card Is _
your
,; R. & S. J-4-97 heads, not pounds; now they are worth at O. W. Weybrecht's. I a year and died an hour after the last dose. new store, and are out with a new advertisement readers each week, ofe

" from $;50 to $6.50 per crate accordingto In In complete -A Creek Indian' killed- lowed.Doctor I Qnack told him-My to take instructions it two were years.not-Newlork fob ill this paper letting the people for Gala Week. It U""

} size. an old ire. ut order'to use hisfladyforidJ.bait. Weekly of the Lake and adjacent territory know of the afflicted to read 1" -

The Fostering of Aslang. Hoping some of' hoar readers will be The would story be of does most not interest clear to np fishermen the point-whether which No need to send away from*home for where they are at and what they are of special terms for a 1 1MM ,.,

[Written for THE TSOHCAL SrsNo ,] benefited, I remain., -* \ '. N. Hctt. toe bait was good or not-Buffalo Express. any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can prepared to do._ Irrigation is an imp MB .

Fine lot of Irish and Sweet Potatoes build yon one as fine or as cheap as yon '
: >. tweeter story was ever told and Cabbages at.Clematis Avenue Sup want. See him, and place your order. J. B. Massa & Bro., the long establish many of our farmers i

: :' la any of the legends old. How a Bicycle;Saved 185000. ply Store. : .. : ed commission house in fruits and produce I When you know what.
Than that of
the maiden with
starry eyes Is. solicit the produce of our track and G. Christopher, of Jt
where life -
tissue of (
was a Family
mysteries. I
from ompliirientsTou're no longer a THEY SAT-
The following is clipped a recent spring thicken. sneered the anaiy husband. frUit growers. The firm is a perfectly, you estimates and fi

: Saree'had When; by strange her summers caprice numbered of destiny three, numb of the New'York Preds;and refers I -Eul wi you're h a snap the.-same Detroit old goose tree Pros" came the answer That it is time to begin polishing up reliable one and always give their customers tectof irrigation at !

She wa borne to the marge of the moaning to the late Casper M. Sanger who I A New Stiff Hat your old fish stories and inventing new fair treatment. say oa another page.
at
&
Anthony Mille is
sea, had been a policy holder in the EqUiq-j ones. Kohn Forcbgott & l
|.
The First National Bank of Florida
Afar from home and family. ble Society since >A teler .lleJnlrt.-nat escaped criminal
1872: That a hen must be revengeful for she known dry goods fae"
seems to have hi fl rather the bunt of it," remarked make an announcement in this week'sSUN.
Her comrades were the bird and bee; .In all America's_ rting history there the talkative friend is laying for somebody all the time; on another page of tisn
Her music Nature's miu -Not at all." replied the detective drawing .This is one of Florida's solidest
-1 trelsySept is no story of devotionkindjelf4acri! ce himself That she is the cordial invitation r
< op haughtily. "We've gotten him so one that generally gets tsfriends .
from all the establishments and
world banking they extend
apart with of-R'alfer frightened he noesn't dare .
to compare that C. Sanger show bis face wh re
it in the neck however. of the East
Nature lock her to her heart we are.-WashIDgtoD Star. their customers consistent !
every courtesy '
the famous bicycle rider,toward his
In rlence and sohtnde That when man makes big with sound banking methods. mammoth wholesale i ,
growing apace, father and his family. The recent deathof FOR SALE-Every article in our I money Jacksonville Gal W*
At stiles strange briihtnewUt: up her fac-, store at cut rates during Gala Week. No in sugar their SoDS at once begin to raise ,
the elder Sanger, in Milwaukee, has Probably no mens' furnisher ia thisState
For bands unseen held a radiant crown old goods in stock. Chadwick- wai in Cain. Metallic caskets u4 -

j t/-_ O'er.the tare feet and Uttered gown. brought to light the fact that for theLb. Furniture Company of course, Main That most self-made men have very is better or more favorably knows ments are articles ore i

,. ..- In h"r the tjpst blood of an artist- race four 'years the winnings, j>f, Walter Street, Jacksonville. much of home-made look. than is that prince of good fellows, Cot ten but who they ax", .;

L::-4 Found Sanger the bicycle track bare almost Max of .
: : a fit abiding place on Myerson, Jacksonville. When
Wales and thell ndoos
; -The Prince of Wales, That
'- f. consistency has been an in Gordon the wen kl
; To blossom once more in human view entirely been used in paying the premiums it is soul, DOW'finds it imposibl. to eat bread. angel ever in his city you will receive hospitable << _
:-:; In strange bright towers of heavenly t. A la.ee number of tat Queea'*jubjects ia India heaven for for at least ten years. undertaker, Is alwsy*.;
; J ,. on the 5185,000 life assurance carried have been labpaug tinder the came difficulty. welcome from the White Parlor -
: E.H.S. Kansjs lily Juocoat., "- ; That if a girl pulls down the blipand the demaad oa a ibis
: -- .* by his bther.1 Clothier. Read his card in this issue. -
", ;0"'"; .' The' when yon call on her it is a sure sign I announcement oa ,
The shrewdest advertisers late Casper M. Sanger's various A New Stock of everything good PBHSBSMSHB
prove
i-;{ That best of business sbapers. business enterprises were of so extensive cheap at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. she wants to be kissed. Thos. Mooney & Sons an too well Pope & McLauria, ;

t;, To keep trade on aeonstant move, a character that in 1892 he was reputed Humanity to Animals-Fti e are gbd to hear That the airship stories will soon go known to THB SUN'S readers of former i are recognued at lea '_ '
f;
Are always your home papers. that dressed hogs and dressed b years to need any introduction. They; sale trade ofthi
to be worth $1,500,000.. His son' early .eves are being below and the fish stories come on deck. grocery
National Advertiser. :_ ,acftUnto the. Klondike country. It would be are an old established produce commission i
t.::. victories on"tb racing 'path induced. eJ.areliell",t to send them to such frigid Laud That some prodigal sons not only these columns they; i .
., .---- nl an uaJresk'd con J.tion.-Denver Fo-t. firm and also are wholesale grocers. of East Coast mettbi
him to turn his attention to the manufacturing L come home themselves but bring a wife

!i : County Court Contlnaad.JCNO of bicycles in Milwaukee. The' 1 Indian River Oranges atlDNERS'. and family with them. They are again before the East Coast this as a desirable Id4 -
fr' .. II -- eople as candidates for their business >
'
FLA. Oct 18 result might well be railed disastrous L At Klondike Juneau THB Sex as a desirtbkssP
,
i/ 1897. Jack-What are they That goods that are not worth advertising avors. I it.Whel
.
. Editor TROPICAL SCN: for the venture failed, and with the failure lynching lauds the g ucer. for? II fag ___. _
i
Placer
Fete He not worth I
nas caught putting gold dust are talking about
r:' I find upon investigation that all prisoners began a succession of financial reverses in his sugar.-Life. There is one house in Florida that is; the mercbaai '
That talk is
< committed to county court are that.within two years wiped out Nobby bead,wear ,cheap at. Anthony cost cheap but proper advertising prepared to make every housekeeper' want pore spices or frese _.;

,. under bond, and that no public interest his entire fortune. He became a physical ; -' &' 'Mttler's.' : money. happy at a slight expense. J. D. Horn they order them ;a.

(. will suffer by continuing from first Monday wreck shortly after sustaining these That neither milk nor sugar shouldorrice be & Co. is the style of a firm of Jackson"ville Grether a couple of &
;. i Het Ypu say yon know they are to be m used in tea, because it spoils its flavor. Jsefcg|
in November to the next regular losses and during the last three years soon. ;young men who are offering the ing young men who atjjp;

F term in January. This will relieve the of his life suffered from She-Why.yes. I heard her ten him to save That a farmer is judged by his farm. greatest inducements in
a number of, his mane. .)ana, lot. give let anything.ford. .hnsc- every line of viable reputation for tSs *j ti
,i. jurors drawn for the.October term from paraljtic strokes. 1IfaJ. :- ,- That Eve was always dressed ia the useful and fancy household articles. : fag just exactly .whiiTSf

;- further. attendance. During the days of his prosperity the A new assortment of Agate-Ware. at. latest fashion, though she never. wore a They recognize the fact that close figures Note their card on taofe Jtf{

", I'> All parties and witnesses will beheld elder Sanger had taken out a"number O. W. Weybrecht's cheap. bonnet. appeal to careful housewives these h 1Albert! & Cft ti
J. Bocky ,
.'. to appear at the next regular term on assurance policies on his life, and *at the He Must Have Been a That the easiest fish to catch is not always l times and they make their prices ac a firm of ;
Pacbelor.town new
; first Monday in January, 1898. time of his reverses these aggregated There was a the best to eat. cordingly. Note their price list from young j
And he wes wondrous Jacksonville who tarot-
wise
;
A. E. HEYS'R, $-00.000. It was then the 'so'nf took*up He never bragged uuto his wife That good roads are never a burden week to week and you will hud bargains. ship in the produce '
About his .
mother's
County Judge the task of earning sufficient( money on pies.cinclnnati Enquirer. but always a blessing. Among the new business firms and building

_. ._ the circuit recent propose
: .
I -- racing to keep these policiesin
MUSIC in the air during Gala Week That they have to put netting over ly opened in Jacksonville titer are none the principle of fair d5

v ,- Objects to the Association. force. And so successful was he thatat by Chad wick Swain,,\Fprniture 'r Company their bikes up in Jersey to keep the mosquitoes making more rapid strides towards the cash returns for aQ $ 5:

'b A man who has had the Advance ten the time of his father's death oolyJI5XX of course.'f Low prices will make from puncturing the tires. goal of public favor than that of Livy them. Their
,
it. Main Street '
'
)of the policies had been permittedto ,Jacksonville. lIotict.
t ,f months without That when "the Popular Price paper.
paying for it, ordered it you pop the question to Tailor. This is a

-:",. '. stopped this week.* Said he didn't wantit. While lapse. carrying the burden of payingthe IttnUewan-Are Had Cause to Mourn you one-Funeral of the mourners Director? (;to your girl it is not necessary to do itNew so department of their immense Atlanta The handsomest straci: j i;

He is welcome" to the ten months'* premiums on these assurance policiesWalter York bentleman Tribune. Yes; he owed me $500.- loud they can hear you al} over the establishment and Mr. Lily is giving is the Gardner Block

," subscription, and as house the Jacksonville business The .i'
soon as w get a lot has his persona] entire ground
Sanger not evinced
} of cheap bibles we will send him one as a spiritof ,T Soa} -Fine/t m Market That no one knows why the roostecrows and undivided effort determined to of this mammoth
.<- selfishness, and now that his father is Presets Gtreu a\ ,Clematis Avenue t.:
a premium besides. 'Parson'Rtid ; place it at the front with the best by Cohen Bros. what
dead the assurance will be divided among1the ;Supply St re. i T. *. tn the :

preached a sermon last Sunday on "Ob> members of the family his mother] That he would frequently live longer South. His attractive card in this> dry goods busioelrajiiw t C

.> jections to Future Punishment;. and we receiving the major portion of it, which rutortn0ate-"TDere'sthtwood suggested the housewife when pile."ale significantly n-- if he kept his mouth shut; week's SON is sure to receive the attention very front. This ta Ii

don't mind saying, right here, that denng Mike applied for a repast. it deserves. ar
That "there something to to
outwill
others. jw
leave them in easy circumstan eg "Mailam.' he replied, dis here is one o' de are say | f J:
side of the general insalubriety of the mos' melancholy coincidents dat of this paper.
During most of this time you'ng SaD Ktt I'm ever happened That penuriousness and There are .i
t climate our greatest oojection to de president of de 'S +ciatba of Wander economy are many gasoline or naphtha
goingto has also had a wife and.household of his oodchopixfrs. an' it ain't been mor'n two mm- two different things; launches on this coast and The Florida 5lachinaanridle _.., I
Hades is having to herd with the kind tes since f declared general strike.Wash.gtou they; often

of cattle referred to above. Tpp ta own to nnintain. tar. '" : ... : That a person always loses by the former need repairs or new parts. We wish I to have sae t
The following clipping L from call the should not be lorgott .
man in a place registering 975,000,000 > the Fancy washable vests at AnthonMiller's. y & and gains by the latter. attention of all our yachtrcen to
Sentinel of mechanics and others >
Milwaukee \Yis.: the fact that Haines tspecial
degrees Fahrenheit and then That is Brothers, of Jacksouville
compel every man entitled to a fair wotl.
r Robert machinery or
Luscoine for t
him to keep company with a dead,b rat, attorney Mrs. The Cause of Her Loss-First Conductor day's pay for a fair day's work; are State agents for the repair
Caspar M. Sanger yesterday received had off work This firm is petfectlj t
of
subscriber looks like to put a tads this morning on account: of the Gas Engine and Power
,
adding insult to not being able to her fare. That what he lacks of
from the Equitable Life Assurance Society pay getting it Meat to honed: lit'
goes Company of t
New
injury. -Bartow Advance. Second Conductor-Lost pocketbook eb? into York(and have the> :.1
__ of New York, a check for$102,760, Fuse l ductor-No; she saN she.bad a solemiag someone's pocket not entitled to it finest equipments for all kinds work entrusted to 1
-e in her stocking.Judge. of light
being the amount due on policies in that machinery card in this paper
Put It In the Pamphlet. manufacturing and repairs.
--- company carried by the late Mr. Sanger. Pailard Non-Magnetic rn '--ONLUMBER Their attractive advertisement [ The Raymond 1>. > J .
Tallahassee's recent epidemic of When business watch-at IDNERS'. -- as it appears
boy reverses
came to Mr.
in this issue sonville the ltedlJl
of are
THE Sex is
, has well
babies attracted widespread attention Sanger a few years ago he was earning One of His Chief ReaIOIIJI-1f I had known." worth reading. era in crockery tbt *'

throughout the State, and will be life assurance to the amount of sobbed young Mrs. i it; "that you wunlj I beSlK'b #* t
nearly a brute to poor Fido I would never nishing in the Soetk.
used as one of the strongest inducementsfor $zaoooo. The premiums married you." i Life insurance is "- 1.
were met
as no longer ..pt
-My dear," replied !Mr Flt"reeamici haveSHINGLES considereda : present retail skeet _
.. immigration to Leon county. Professor they matured, and the receipt by his of kicking that miserable little beast was o luxury, but is a recognized feature of exclusively la t

E- Warren Clark will probably widow within ten days of the time of his don my chief Tit-Bits.reasons for prollOlling to you."- .oil- every careful man's business foresight gage East mtrchalltl ton

make it a leading feature of his new death of such a competency" illustrates i "BB Among insurance Coast i
Leon Boat building done right at home LATH ETC companies none rank them when visiti
county pamphlet.-Tampa Ne ws. the value of life assurance as a saTe: investment in higher than does the 'Tt
the most IDOrlh U
I approved manner, good workmanship Equitable Life As- or It lay
We
As this section has the
epidemic in avery for men of wealth as well as and at living prices. Call can make you Lowest Price, surance company, of New

, aggrated form in the shape of boy, mere provision of the prudent man to Capt. A. T. Rose. .: on F. 0. U. your station . among the solid young business York and of The tW'ork Tailj :

girl and twin babies,probably our cocommissioners o his men sonville, are not '
ity provide ,
family against want when h! An Ini-urable Complaint-The Write us for anything need ia Jacksonville none hold .
you a
;i tOnntryedltor more enviable tllfJ---j
will make this fact one: of is gone. U a reliable ene>clpedia.. A subscriber position in our people, but .

the leading features of Dade County's I .. him: this query recently i find ,"\,\ bat ails mv hens sent: ? Building Material. social and business circles: all on the East Code
tery morning, one' than does
or more of them Mr. Perez .(
Huff
it will be I keeled over, to ise no more." the State the
pamphlet as a stronger inducement t The reply it at they come to troot""i
WANTED TO CONTRACT frr 500 or I,( ) "Th-fowls are dead It is an old complaint> Builders agent of the Equitable. Captain tTaoPlc.r.
Supply Co. Ceo.
__..J.,:.:;' for Emigration than the above, cords 4 ft wood, both lightwood and and nothing can be. uoue except to bury tit : n." Mercier, well known J. Sex. 1\11 .. (

and will correspondingly do this County split green pine, price $i,oo and $1 SO --Lockport'iMinn > Phonograph.XX St. Augustine, Florida. on the lower in every hamlet most itGctent work8'r "

that mach more good, especially as \ie per cord, f o. b. cars within 40 miles of FINANCIAL interests will be c ---oa-- East Coast is their local their popularity Is1i : .
'
can say that there are no MXUS at present Worth West Palm Beach. Address-Lake suIted during Gala Week by buyers mat representative, and he is actively at fact and 'urtber.promises tt '
Ice --
Works, West Palm Beach, Chadwick-Swain Lainhart work in the interest ; I
Furniture\ of this
Company Potter
of the abatement of the epidemic. Florida. tL._ of courseMain progressive to their
t Strut, jackspnyille. company whose advertisement ,
J 4-2 8-97 West Palm Beach,Fla. THS TRoncAi greets I particular Theft CPI
,
Sri
--. readers this week. speaks for itstlf.L' .




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