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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00227
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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ones.NRNrENNEwaF THS TUHCU.MtJ.SUH.'.w.':..It;,IIH.l MW.ICMMMirrfwa : : 'WEST- PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY, FLORiDA; NOVEMBER -R 4, 1897. VOLUME XI NO. 38

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HERE AND THERE: rates, when given, appreciated by PERSONAL PICKINGS. 'COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE.Interesting patch of bananas started as they do very- TOWN TOPICS..

the people and made profitable to**therailroad .. well here. -
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ipt of leg .Thit and That and __ Items Gathered ,by Our Scribe Local Bappcaiop From Note Book ui .
e People as They Come and Go-- ,Maj. N. S. Boynton is expected here
DUfereatTklngs. Throughout the Cooaty.UNTON From Other Sources.
-+ ,.--- School Books..at Anthony Bros. Nay or May Not Know. the latter part of this week with his family .

the Yacht Cygnet passed this place Good roads are the biggest advertise .. LOCALS. for a winter's sojourn. Best Dairy Butter in town at Adam'

t Friday bound up the lake. ment a county can. have and attracts set- :N. W. Pitts and wife are again at their r City Market.
Island Thirteen from here,took in the Miami
and for the
.home are. preparing Grant Fenno in West Palm Beach
tlers quicker than anything else.-Pa- was.
In invoice of fine Maagonia :raised lath Advertiser. >. coming season. Tuesday. r' excursion Sunday, among whom were The Sunday School teachers' treeing

Qua were on sale in town Monday.y the following: Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, of't the Congregational church will beheld

were raised by Rev. E. Gale ry ..' The New Seminole is the only brick :L. S. Scroble, Clyde Line freight solicitor Almost everybody went to Miami San Mr. and Mrs. Chase, Mesdames BowenJ. at the parsonage Friday.evening at

hoter and situated one of the best locations was in town Saturday last in the day on the excursion. Kapp, Miss Maude Gee Andrew 7 o'clock.
) H. C. Hood received of Freedland Genl. Chase I. R. Funk
r. a couple interests of that ,
in town. See its card elsewherein .company. .
c grade Jersey cows from Alabama Gco.Brown came up toLinton Sunday Louis Griffin. There is some talk of forming a Literary -
this issue Free, bus to all trains.
jweek. He hopes to be able to sup- .. :H. B. Saunders and wife of Ellsworth; andjretnrned Wednesday.W. -,.. .. Circle in town, and it is to be hopedit

bis family demand for first-class milk Mrs. J. Frank left for New York Tuesday Me.< are guests at the Hotel Palms, visiting K will speedily materialize to the pleasure *

d butter. to lay in an immense winter stock of their son, H. B. Saunders, Jr./of 1$. Caton and H. J. Sterling came UAXGOSIA MUTTERINGS. and benefit of our young folks.

-- dry goods. Her advertisement of The this place np from Pompano Saturday and returned p .
rhe regular meeting of the county Sa II!1ay. 4 Everything salubrious: up this way Mr. and Mrs. Lee Russell are reedy
Store in another column.
lool board has been postponed from Boston appears J. W. Cronk,our Jupiter weather man, just now from the Point to the Ridge, ug congratulations from their friends

t second which was Tuesday, to tojrrow Reynolds & Hall have their boats oat and family were guests at the Palms one The of"Two Mr. Bachelors"furniture took the Pom-balance people included. on the arrival of*an only son and heir at
Fritziny's to
Friday the fifth when the full last wee1t when their home on Evernia street last Sat
and have opened up business for the day no storm signals paho Wednesday.Will. Misses Rose Sanders and Lynette Harris

ard ia expected to be present the su- season's trade at the,old stand In an- were flying. of Riviera, came down and were vis- rday. ______

rintendent included and everything other column will be seen their business 0" iE iting friends out on the Ridge last Friday
il be attended' to, as usual, in proper announcement.' E. Sudlow, British vice-consul at Jack.: Staring, 'Mrs. Fred. Dickersonand The Y. P. S. C. E. will give a moon

pe, _i_. IWm. 4 onville,made a short stop in town last Walton Chapman remained in Mi- The "Emily: B." and the "Cygnet"went light excursion next Thursday night

F. Armstrong,has leased the week on his way home from a visit to ami Sunday evening.On to the inlet last week to watch Nov. ii, for the pleasure, and .profit ofthe
up
Floridians should demand 'a general Brittingham plantation just north of the the Bay country. society and the young people of the
for chance to out.
our arrival in Miami Sunday we a get They are gone
ualizatbn of values, for purposes of astsment town limits, and will give his .especial town. _____
were surprised and pained to hear of the
when Legislature meets. attention to the splendid five.acre pine- i Commodore Hughes and wife came now.H.
death of our old townsman, A. L. Sturgis. The fishermen began their labors
ie law requires that all property should
apple held it contains. in from the North last Friday, spending Sanders, daughter and household
Mr. Stnrgis and family were among the promptly at midnight Sunday, u the
assessed at its cash value;and provi- the night at the Seminole: going to New : goods moved from Riviera down to the

ni should be made for its enforcement. Geo. A. Gale & Co expect to build a River Saturday to ensconce themselves i first to settle in Linton coming from Point the first of the week, for sure this limit was up on the first. Fish can now

ie unwilling should be compelled to fine cabin on the ,launch Pinta, duringthe on their boat for the winter. Muskegon, Mich., the ,first'of October, time.A be had at the markets, but no very big

sar their share of the public burdens.mesUnion .- next few weeks, and will.then probably i89s.'and removing to Miami last springto catches have been made as yet

and Citizen.. Amen! put heroD a regular freight andpassenger Mrs. Sam. Happersett and. children, engage in the harness business. The fine communion service was receivedby --

route: _on.the take.. _" after quite.A long and pleasant aunmerine family have the! sympathy of_the y settlers v .Revv._.N. ,Mulford _Monday for use .. Services as usual next Sunday at the of .

Born-ArWusvilTe; :& .Slitto; t>r. !; North, arrived home;last Friday, herer" ------.5* in the church of Bethesda by the Sea. Congregational churchrtHe"subject
the
id Mrs. W. S. Graham; a son. We An Illinois exchange: headed an article and now Sam's all summer's scowl has Its value Is said to be in the neighbor the evening discourse will be Sabbath -

gratulate the doctor and his good "Dam a Wife Deserter," and lost several disappeared and his face is again brightened BOYNTON..BREEZES. hood of two hundred dollars. made for man and not man for the -'

!fe on this addition to their happiness, subscribers who objected to profanity in .. by a smile. [Received too late for last week'i Issue] Sabbath. Good music also in prospect.

it for a man who is publishing a paperd print. If they had stopped to read the l Miss Susan Sanders, the Leesville
Mrs. H. D. Pierce is visiting her son train must
The F. E. C. Ryexcnraon:
claiming to be working in and fore item would have found that they school marm, spent Sunday with friends
they
:Mrs. E. C. Hendricks, one, of Juno'smost and other friends in Boynton this week. have taken quite a'number of passengers
interests of this section, we thinke were mistaken, ss'the caption only referred enterprising resident and property I on the Point, leaving for Leesville again
from this down to the Bay Sunday
doctor was guilty of disloyalty and to Charles Dam*, who skipped out OB the Sunday excursion train. She place
owners, returned this week from her The highest muck lands are right here. .worth
for it that $200:
over
right treason in allowing his embryo and left Mrs. Dam and the Dam kids to was accompanied by a Miss Lee, one of was reported
summer home at Fast Orange, N. J., and No water covered them this season. tickets were sold here at the 'roDn4
lizeq and voter to be born anywhere hustle for themselves. Tallahassee her pupils.
passed a few days in town before goingup which tells the.whole story. trip rate of seventy-five cent !

Sse than on good old Dade County soil. Floridian. _____ to her Juno home for the winter.

here may be mitigating circumstances Maj. Boynton is expected next week W. H. Sanders with the launch Pinta Some work has been done on the bicycle

t it will take many a good deed voles The Advertiser man was invited to Father Bei- ier, who was in charge of and on his arrival will begin the erec- took a lighter up the canal.last Thursday path north of town !in the way of

of evidence and years of time toN'y dine out yesterday with a friend on the St. Anne's church in this town last win- tion of a cottage over on the beach. and did not get back home till, Fri- filling np'one or two of the wet places, .
and the bill of fare consisted of day. He the canal as getting in
reports
condone the offense. Heights, ter, but who hns been in Louisiana this that be
but the best permanent good can
many good things, the main entree be- past summer, is now in New Orleans andis The finest young pineapples to be seen a fairly navigable shape now and improving done to the path and at the least expenseis

[The following is an Orlando item pub- ing a large fat opossum brqwned to a one of the yellow fever victims, but in Dade County are right here at Boyn- every day. to it on the bluff throughout

shed in the Times-Union and Citizen inRation turn and garnished with street potatoes.It the latest reports from him are that he ton; if yon don't believe it, come and put up
O. P. Bingham's( cat boat "Idler af- its entire length.At .
to a new pineapple: "PredC. is needless to say that we 'are safe for it rapidly convalescing.Chas. see.
ter being fixed in condition,
Oman is expecting to shortly receive it week.-Palatka Advertiser. If that is up proper Guild of
Ladies
of the
The was into the water and taken downto a meeting
gardeners pushing things put
torn the Royal Gardens of England a his usual capacity there is one editor in A. Stone and wife, of Riviera, are the Mission of this place held
now last week and work Episcopal
seed beds Figulus on
are being planted
bnple of pineapple plants of a variety Florida that we surely envy. arrived from the North on Friday night's ; .. .. .. ; this week Miss Alice 'Belle -Armstrong
condi'son me launch is being pnsuea now so It ,
ground is rapidly being put in -
fcknownin Florida, and of which but train, stopping over night at the Semi- of the Guild for
little daughter whose and everything is on the rush. will be in the water before many days. was elected president
lirty W. Fremd's nole and to their Saturday
plants are growing in the' Royal going up place on the ensuing year; .Mrs.. Hindry was
ardens It is claimed that the fruit isfcual eyes were seriously injured some time morning's mail boat. They will Hand
Fred.
Postmaster W. H. Cox, Boynton'smerchant Doss CothraD and his section gang: elected vice-president; Mrs. ,
ia quality to of the fine vane- ago by cutting an eyeball with the bladeof soou'ha ve their hotel and readyfor
any open prince is also gardener of have been surfacing, not only the railroad secretary, and Mrs. F. B. Everett, treas-
lei In cultivation1 knife, has almost recovered her this season's business.
here, but that it atbins a pen urer. .
no mean ability, as he has a fine patchof track, but the full width of the .
a weight of twenty-five to thirtyGrands. normal eyesight, and her physician beans in bloom already and half an grade at and on both sides of the county; .h
If it ,succeeds here its intro- hopes to effect a complete and permanent Mrs. Earnest Allen, of Palm Beach, The Florida East Coast railway have
of and well to the and
acre tomatoes planted under road crossing going : Ridge,
pjctioa may lead to a new boom." Pos- cure before many weeks. Their returned home Tuesday night from her way. now have quite a nice distance of track made S a: big improvement around the

Bbly some of our pineapple growers whoft many friends congratulate Mr.and Mrs, visit in St. Pail, Minn. Mrs. Allen and grade in good condition for the win passenger depot the past week by heavily (

or were loyal subjects of Queen Vic. Fremd on'the satisfactory outcome of found the trip down to be one as full of THIS WEEK. ter. shelling the entire area of the com '

fright induce the Royal Gardener to wnat promised to be a serious accident.J. experiences, changes and surprises as it Jack Jacobs, of Pompano, was here at pany's property lying east of the railroad

liroish them one or two of these rare was interesting and unexpected. Her Funk Bros. ov Sunday.Ye The Pinta made the run from town to tracks and between Datura and Evernia

Slants to fry here where everything iso G. Hardee, son of Dade County's friends were glad to welcome her home Juno and return Monday, taking passen- streets. This will be a boon to hackneys, .... .

| favorable to the successful culture of genial tax collector, finds time occasion- again. commission'man has put in an appearance -. gers to both Juno and the dredge, Capt. draymen and citizens having occasion to

Iven the tenderests pines. ally, when not helping his father, to run Miss \. Smith and 'het sister Miss already-a New York man was Sanders reports the. sample of John approach the depot in carriages.Municipal .
around Last ;
through the country Juno. here a few days ago. Hardee's venison left in the launch bone --e.

I Last Sunday the F. E. C. Ry. run a Saturday he saw eight deer and a pan Henry, from Tennessee, visited at the of the passengers, as being some of Election.
of W. Fremd Palm Beach
home Mrs. at
heap excursion from Fort Pierce and ther, and succeeded in bringing down a Mrs. H. D. Pierce was a guest at C. the tenderest and sweetest he ever
THE last week., Miss Smith is the well known .' last week and Fred. Voss and family .
Intermediate fine buck weighing :zoo pounds. s tasted.
points to Miami. Before interesting and yet a
Monday was an .
he SUN editor shared, with other friend, matron of Alicia hospital, of St. Augus- .also spent Sunday here.
| train had reached the St. Lucie decidedl quiet day, although the election
The ladies went from here to *
tine.
fruits of the chase, Two families secured as probably
liver the coaches for the in the division of the per-
provided occa- of three aldermen, a mar-_
lion remembered generously with venison Miami for a few days'visit' before re The tides for the past three weeks have manent settlers here within the past a mayor
being :
were filled
and from that point shala treasurer and an assessor, was the .
ionthward it steak. turning home. been quite high, but lack two feet of thirty days, speaks very well for this
was a case of stand up order of the day.
--e- -. overflowing land at highest point. section especially as this was done in .
this
Between town and Miami and re The election resulted a* follows, the
It RIVIERA RIPPLES. Capt. Charlie Earnest came up from spite of the real estate men and others
mini is estimated that nearly two Funk Bros are fertilizing their pines aldermanic candidates whose names are
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pundred Lantava Monday to see what progress down m town who seem to be very anxious
people were compelled to stand Received too late for last week's issue] and preparing to plant out a couple followed by an asterisk having received
Ihe entire [ was being made on Jamie Clark's yacht to run all settlers south ot town, no
distance, and even comfortale this the highest number of votes:
> More fishing boats are seen, now that "Pro\idencia" He reports th*,carpenters thousand egg plants on Lake Ridge matter how far to the utter neglect of
| standing room was hard to get. week. .
ALDEBXTN.igo
the weather is pleasant a ;ain. still at work on it but nearly throughand the good people and good land to be FOR
caching Miami at twelve o'clock many S. Adams'...njum.i.. M-- MMM fitl 76
fcf the visitors found their way to the Everyone is glad to see the sun again, ready for him to take in hand. He Tie glue'has arrived and work on tie found up in this section, which is almosta Carl Schrelmick......._ .........?.....? 71

Plotel Miami here the pineapple and vegetable went back home Monday night but will guitar is advancing rapidly, and from suburb of the town itself. Geo.... Branning* ....._? .... 67
mine host Graham especially
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be again in a few to begin v L ) ?? -- 53J
days rig
nd his affable lady made all welcome growers. __ up present indications it will Soon be ready I, S. Earmai1......_........ .:. ......--.. .7t.f'
hblle they prepared dinner for the un- Riviera dock is a favorite place for ging and putting the yacht in full trim for husiness.S After inspecting seeril houses in West FOR lAYOL

"IKCted rush. A ride down the new fishing several large fish have been for winter use. Palm Beach and vicinity and a couple __.. .eJ.F.Lamond ____ 71 ; ,

Idrive to Cocoanut, Grove and around ;here lately. W. H. Cox Boynton's leading businessman up this way, W. A. Avery and wife, of no w. Pugh.................. ......_._ 41.
[the macadamized streets and Bay front caught -.- I W. A. Avery of Chicago whose vi there and gardener has some of the fin Chicago, finally rented a part of the Geo. _. [
FOR M.BSHAi AD COLLKTOB.Ed.
1Ioul.cnrd gave a comprehensive idea of Commissioners Will Remedy This. last winter was of so natch benefit est beans, squashes and tomatoes'now I A. Gale residence just below the Point, A. Graham ._.._........___ 6jto
Dade's .
Ithe cast improvements that have been to his health, is back again.as; the Chica growing that thefd is anywhere along for a year with the privilege of three. T 3.Gder-.. .... ....____... 45 +

made and are under way in the ,sister From the Capital Notes in the Tallahassee go climate did not treat him kindly the the canal. Mr Avery, and son Sam. were here several J.[ \v.EricUoD-.._ _ +

tows of Miami.' Fine brick blocks Floridian we clip the following:' past summer, but caused a return of his years ago and liked the county so PUB ASSFSSOB. J

I paved streets, water and'sewerage systems Bureau of Immigration: Fifteen ap- bronchial trouble His wife. accompanies Every one is making garden while tie well that when his health failed him last J. H. Livingston. _.-----..- ... age J.

all confirm the impression of plications for information about Florida him this time to take rare of him, of sun shines, and work is well advanced year he at once came here and remainedall ; JOE TREASfRlB.
general ..._..... __..__
arrived last and and truck far George H. Maltby > 89
They and
thrift and modem enterprise, It is has been received during the week. course. Friday plants so are doing last winter, when, having about

I needless to say that the hundreds of visiI The stock of printed county matter has are stopping at the Seminole at present well. About seventy acres are undercultivation recovered, he went back to Chicago but 1 FOB CLERK

tors were pleased with all they saw, and begun to run low, and the following but will either buy or rent a house and herdM his health having gain become poor he J.E- Glen_......._ '-. -- -.- 8$

I only had cause for complaint in the failure named counties are not represented at probably tx'come permanent residents of has returned here with his wife, and Upwards of thirty votes were thrown .

I of the railroad company to provide all in the stock of printed matter now on this section. As "Lon" is an inveterate .. K. Lyman has secured the Lonie will remain here permanently if this out for irregularities or failure to comi

I sufficient ears for occasions ,like this hand: Dade. Lake, Hillsboro and Her- I and infallibly successful fisherman, as: Bradley track of muck land on the EastSide section exerts as healing aj influence on ply with the voting regulations. #

I The number going and the scores who nando. The supply for the follo'o"ingI I.I soon as be is comfortably domiciled,the and will garden and also proceed to his health as it has heretofore. .We welcome Tuesday night the newly elected offii .

| were left platforms because of lack named counties is almost exhausted: :other members of that notorious guild put in one acre' of bananas at once. him and his wife and trust their cers were.swora in office by Mayor La:

Of 'KcommodaUonj, show that cheap fo1k F Orange, BrCTard, Lee and Oscegla I will have to look to their laurels, Nearly very resident is getting a nice fondest expectations may be realized, hood JUd were immediately in t"UteJi


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i THE TROPICAL BUN WEST. PALM BEACH ;.FLORIDA. THURSDAY NOVEMBER,1,1891. "



ALTRUISM IN ANIMALS Henry Drummomtf Hunor. j T HOTELS: When In Jacksonville rGala =,

A feature of Professor Drummoud'i ADVERTISERS'DIRECTORY.

Some Show Friendly and UntelfUh Traits character which has been missed by The Palms West Palm Beach.

Difficult to TJndentaud. most who have given an estimate of the The Barman House West Palm Beach Wee!IIVL'YOU

A French scientist has lately writtenan man was his humor. He bad the Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach

interesting paper on altruism in animals "grand manner" and a stately gravity It .

arriving at the startling conclusion which.ept outsiders from seeing the Ltadiig 'Basineii Firms''..4 ladiriduab AND ORGANS: CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT TBS
that animals are perhaps better playful side of his nature. This also bad PIANOS ARE .-
Whose Cards ia This :
Appear Piper
Christians than men. He says "Ani its orig'n vin the simplicity which was Ludden &,Bates' So Music House, FURNISHING HOUSE OF '3.,.. .
mal societies are less polished, but per- the keynote of all his character. He was Jacksonville. .

haps more humane all things being and of little practical jokes and could GENERAL MERCHANDISE I _____ 5
equal, than our own,"and gives several hoax his friends to perfection. Almost :

instances of animal species made nse ol the last time I saw him was at a dinnerto U-D He dnck1OtJ,. Lake Worth. I' LIFE INSURANCE: wx YER S i

by another and performing services for which we had been invited to meet a r '1' The Equitable Life Insurance Co
tllatter without leceiving anything London celebrity who was to address a Jacksonville.

iireicliange. meeting after dinner. Drummond came RETAIL GROCERS:
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Among others is mentioned Uw case over to me and whispered, "Do ,yon L W Burkhardt, West Palm Beach. Parlor Clothier.
ESTATE White
of the crocodile and the bird trochilus want to go to this meeting?"' I shook U FIRE INSURANCE REAL : The

on the banks of the Nile. This bird per- my hoad a little sadly,fee Mug that there ,JDMathis. ,, Brelsford Bros,Palm Beach.

forms two services for the crocodile. It was EO help for it, and he enid, with a I mWHOLESALE West Palm Beach.J .
Wallace R Moses,
enters into its mouth and dispatches touch of mischief in his eye, "We'll GROCERS, ,' H Livingston, West Palm Beach Uens' all Wool Black $6 75 & | A Fine Line of allWssij "I
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thera the worms and leeches which run." We took an opportunity when and Colored Suits Ujxnwd. (Cashmere Pants .4

trouble the crocodile. It flies rapidly everybody was attending' to the celeb- Pope & McLatma;Jacksonville.Thos __- ,i,- -- ", .

away, giving vent to a peculiar cry, rity to slip out and went along to his Nooney. & Sons, Jacksonville. ;1& UNDERTAKING: > '

when! the ichneumon, the enemy of the house with the glee of two schoolboys 'x. .... '
.. E'(Gordon Jacksonville.. Soft and Stiff Hats ,
P crocodile, approaches thus apprising its playing truant He enjoyed the escape ,;,..., -

cIIJliou: of the ichneumon's presence hugely and looked upon it asapractic 1 SPICES**..? ,TEAS AND COFFEES: Ceo H' Maltby. West Palm Beach. I ;

r In rEturn the crocodile shakes its tail joe that we bad got the celebrity's i J D & R D Grether, Jacksonville.' : -' ,.. From 50 Cents Upwards. ;

+ t whenever it wishes to close its mouth, honey without his sting. 1''I' BANKING:

thus giving the bird warning.: The crocodile All his intimate friends could testifyto } .' JACKSONVILLE.Ohas. r J!
in no wise recompenses but contents his capacity for fan, and with.chil- MEATS: Dade County State Bank, 105-107 W. BAY STREET, .

itself simply with respecting the dren there was nobody else in the house West Palm Beach.
of the little animal The service Drum- Ceo S Adams, West Palm Beach
person worth considering when Henry .. National Bank of the State of Florida,
rendered i3 unilateral Bat it is easy to mond was in it. He would lower the Will \Vhidden, M II Jacksonville.First .

understand that by the exercise of ex- lights and tell ghost stories. with a com '1- National Bank of Florida,' N. Weishai

; tremely little intelligence if not unconsciously ical denouement that was irresistibly FISH AND OYSTERS: .
the crocodile may be led to funny. He would gravely propound a 'I'- I -

defend its trochilus.: problem and make you puzzle it out East Coast Fish Co, West Palm Beach. SEEDS:

Sometimes one animal will borrow only to find it was a hoax. At the very Reynolds & Hull, West Palm Beach -STATE AGENT FOR-
the services of another temporarily, as last, when he could hardly speak, he Wm A Boars & Co, Jacksonville.L -

in he case of the serpent who is ferried would try to keep up his friends' spir- a' Cameron, Jacksonville.

across a river by a duck, or, as frequently its by taking'them in with some amusing ICE DEALERS: Burton K Barns Jacksonville. Longman & Martinez F

seen several animals assist one conundrum. In the days of his power I -$5. .
h G G Springer, West Palm Beach.DRUGGISTS -
another in crossing streams of water, in after every visit to America and

lifting large stones, in moving the Austialia he came home with delightful ---Is.- PINEAPPLE-PLANTS: Lime Brick Shingles

trunks of trees in constructing dams, in stories that went the rounds as : G C Mattbams West Palm Beach.NURSERY ,

;, hunting or in mutual defense. Aphids, Drummond's latest This characteristicof ..' Coal Tar.
; who have the power of secreting an ab- humor was part cf the instinctive joy E H Dimick, West Palm Beach. Cement and .

dominal fluid of which ants are passion- of liv Dg which beamed in his very face. Russell & Co, STOCK:

\ ately fond are kept by the ants in stables He had so many interests, artistic, scientific Is.FRUIT ,_ John B Beach, West Palm Beach. ji)
I like milk cows and carefully and social and he lived in sucha Hastings& Wylie Interlachen. Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement!

I it; watched.-:.Chicago News. sweet atm p1Jcre cf faith, that life AND PRODUCE ON COMMIS-.

It'r was to him very. good.-Woman at SION: "S 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida 111;
ENGLISH ROYALTY. Home. FERTILIZERS:
J B Massa & Bro, Jacksonville. R Cafli.
Wm A Bours&Co, Jacksonville.Baker .
What It It Said to Coat the Britkh Tax Doctor In Raula. Albert!Bucky&Co, .

payer Yearly. I Slovo of Kiev curious Thos Nooney & Son, u. & Holmes %
reports some "
: The chancellor of the exchequer' nt i iI Little Bros
instances of in south
popular doctoring -I'- Dr. C. F. Houston
I out of his way recently1, says Labou- Russia. The rural dentist places bis "' ,
DRY GOODS AND
chore, in London Truth, to explain how CLOTHING:
little stool and examineshim.
patient a
t L upon STEAlIBOA TSHEA VY MACHINERYAND
1l, little the monarchy costs England. The If an upper tooth is to be pulled Kohn, Furchgott & Co, Jacksonville.Cohen ,
'
CASTINGS: ............DENTAL PARLORS--
'i i i i: crown lands, he said, belong to the sovereign he performs the operation with a simple Bros. Jacksonville. ,
:! and produce 13,060,000 per annum. Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, ESTABLISHED 1681.V .
pair of tongs like that used by cobblers, Dave Singer, "
: The queen receives instead of but if a lower tooth is to be extractedthe Jacksonville. For V the next thirty day price will be a.follow.. Cold Finiag$t PlMtfc
this revenue $1.925,000 and the rest of Mrs J Frank, West Palm BeachMEN'S Machine to S ;Alloy Filling,f 1 to s,.5o, Plate*, $5 lit ft ..UIWU very brat),I*to tae.
the Therefore operation is more complicated. The .., Florida Works,1acksouvDte. by a palate method,where plate are mad. FirM-clu."PCn&or1.ad faHtt '
royal family 11,060,000. --
tooth is tied very skillfully with a violin HI 10-18-97 Cor. Bay and Laura Sts.,over Mrs. KeeneX JACKSON
.J the total cost of monarchy to the taxpayer
string. The other end of the stringis FURNISHERS:
1 P is $925,000. The entire calculation fastened to a book in the ceiline. GAS AND OIL MOTORS AND MACHINERY

-\ proceeds on the'erroneous assumption Then the stool is removed with a jerk J A Craig & Bro, Jacksonville.Max REPAIRS:

t'' that the crown lands are the private from beneath the patient who falls,his Myerson, Haines Brothers, Jacksonville.

property of the sovereign. This tooth regaining on the string, some- a
i they are not. They originally formed a times with the flesh around it. .ItTAILORING -.1' E.I.-I. GORDON a

I portion of the general revenue of the Intermittent fever is cured either by : IRRIGATING PLANTS & SUPPLIES:
out of which the main- .
I country, came ,
live frogs or by fright When the sick
The G Christopher Jacksonville.
tenance of the sovereign. Ltvy- Popular Price Tailor- John ,
.
breaks out the is made to i
ness patient -
That abject flunky Lord Bate wish. Jacksonville.The -_... ._ e
carry about him as many live frogs as
ing cnrry.favor.with George.HI. Inserted New York .
to can Tailoring Cs.f -- SPECL\LISTS- "
te cut in his clothes. If that treatment .
the civil list which ,
in Undertaker
act wad
does net help the patient, his fel ---".-- t
; Dr W T S Vincent Jacksonville.
1; passed on that monarch's accession a
low villagers try to frighten him. The
HARDWARE 1
renunciation Urn of the lands :
I, by crown -'1-
most popular method of doing that is .
and this renunciation by a sovereign cf M E Gruber West Palm Beach. and Embalmer.Full
known by the name of likaniye. A DENTISTS:
i what be did not is the basis of .
possess
crowd of and into the OW 'C
men women come Weybrecht,
the theory of these crown lands being Dr J A Pugh, West Palm Beach.
house and raise a quarrel with the pa- _
the of the ol 'I'LUMBER L T Daniel Cocoa.
private ,
property occupant
tient. They treat him to the loudest and
the thrcne. Line of Metallic Caskets.
most offensive terms of reproach. That : C F Hoostou,1acksonville.
1\ According, therefore to Sir Michael naturally irritates him, and he answersin I M D L Dodson, Titusville.
T V Casfcen
Jacksonville.
i
,1\ Hicks-Beach's own figures, monarchy
similar terms. The crowd takes offense
costs England $2,985,000. The real at his rude expressions and resolves -- Builders Supply Co, St Augustine. I I I' Telegraphic Orders filled by Fri\

amount is, however, much higher, for i to lynch him. A rope is put --.., PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS:

there are numberless expenses incidentalto around his neck and he is dragged about Dr R B Potter, West Palm Beach. 10-28-97 19 West Adams St, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
'
to the institution which he does not in- HOUSE FURNISHINGS
: U "
until he is insensible on account of the H C Hood
clude. The hard fact remains that in
France the president receives $200,000 fright .1 J D Horn &Co. Jacksonville.The E W Pugh, "

'per annum and fulfills with decent Raymond D Knight Co, ,.,
A* Told by Horatio Seymour.
--
splendor all the duties of the head of i Jacksonville. V LAWYERS East Coast Fish
Speaking of Horatio Seymour at the : Compi
'I'
1 the stats, while with England the monarchy -
costs nearer 1,000,000 thanJ..OOOOOO Gogbnrn club, the old political member ", W I :Metcalf, West Palm Beach.A .
reminded' of the following anecdote FURNITURE: WHOLESALE AND
francs. A defense, therefore, was E Heylerliono. RETAIL
cf monarchy on the ground of economy which, he asserted, the governor used Geo H Maltby West Palm Beach. Robbins & Graham, Miami.
to tell on himself:
hardly holds water. The Chadwick-Swaim Co, Jacksonville, Pope&Campbell, Jacksonville.
"I had just taken my seat in the rail-
.
I ,t I, Bending Cardboard.An way carriage, when I noticed two min- ______'1JEWELERS_______ -- ,i._ DEALERS
location isterial looking men in front of me,"
English inventor-namo or CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS:
| said the 'Do know this : JX_,
we do net find given ia said to governor. you
Franklin Sheen West
have: contrived a tool capable of being .' Horatio Seymour?' asked one. 'No' i Idner & Son, West Palm Beach. PalmBeach. FRESH

j attached to any machine or apparatus came the answer, 'although I have seen' ... t

having a transversing slide and a fixed i him. 'Have you? Then I pray you to '1' NOTARIES PUBLIC:
J table that will bend cardboard without tell mo how he looks.' 'Well, he looks
i BUILDING SUPPLIES: Guy I Metcalf, West Palm Beach.W .
what he is-a drunkard
1 the need cf a score. cut thus preserving great answered -
the full strength: cf the material fit the the cno who had seen the gov Southern Fuel and Supply Co, R Moses, II "

bend. The tool in question is: formed of I' ernor. Ah,' said the questioner sadly, Jacksonville. 1 H Lirington, We

metal or wood and is in two parts one 'it's a great pity that he should be governor Cbas Welshans, Jacksonville. 'I'BARBERS Cow
'I understand that he owns an receive
having a recess on one edge and the Builders
Co St
Supply ,
interest in than half the Augustine. : L deliv
other a straight edge, having the upper more rumshops fresh
edge rounded off to fit into the recess in Utica. 'Yes' was the response. Ceo Hacker & Son. Charleston, S C. Wilson Weatherford, West Palm Beach, free A

on the edge of the first part allowing 'And be has to look out for them in the Oysters

space between equal to the thickness of morning: ,as be is always too drunk in an

the substance to be bent-the length of the afternoon to attend to that or any

r the straight edge to be made to the II other business.' I pricked DP my ears," PATRONIZE THE SUN JOB OFFICE day.

[ ||j longest bend required. In using the concluded the governor, "for I was
I.Ff'' tool, the second mentioned part is madea I curious to know what had caused these

fixture to the table machine frame or I two to co for me so severely. PresentlyI Fish Houses at Railroad Wharf 4pposltt

f apparatus and the first part is attached i j discovered. 'Have you seen his Thanks -

to the traversing portion. By placing I| giving proclamation?' asked one. 'Yes. REYNOLDS & Ice Factory. 10-1& tD
HULL
:.t the cardboard to be bent on the lt1aigMedge ; And I think scandalously infidel
.
,
I, ; then sliding the second part over So do L' And yet that proclamationwas i:

and, along the board under a ('ertainamount written by the rector of the lead- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN To Had I.,..r order GK Fratt Trt i I**
y of pressure, a bend in the card ing Episcopal church in Albany."- ; NOW IS the Time 5pritllfddir'J "t.ft""Teeasboag' ''''
-cu.s Cltkr InN
_, .
:; : will be Jroduced.-New York Sun Utica Olservcr. oruMtBUIttrabbrr.io7jm alii'" tR. &.t
1 h 011),..... I.e.ros I'd Weeks. -.
Arehbifchop Janssen gti 6-gsts'1'S Game Swmand Trifoliala Stork. Our trees are an wen eaute4 sad aa 1ft" way M= tone
How It Came to Be Victoria.The and h.0-1.a old buds Our prices are reuntoablt. N rite w ku, pre l tI
The late Archbishop Jan&ensof New the Sized Ordra We nil linaiab Budw004 for baring t"- tot....nII... iced rpeW a.fi, ,:
primate had been told by the I.eadiag Varieties oft Orange. i .
e..o. aced PuMt\ua ..
I4 I Orleans left an estate of only about I Tao r.EItL.\CUtN 'aU 011 at all" ........._
prince that he liked good historical Eng- NtltstIUtte! II........
(6,000. which he inherited from his "I'...._"
.
lish that could under. .....
;
names every one and
father, and three-fourths cf it he bequeathed : Gre.en TZDra
I stand. What better name, he thought, ;; -- -
Ir { for religious and charitable f
than Queen Elizabeth's. He mildly suggested
j1 ; purposes. He was entitled to a hand
some salary foryears, but drew barely : "Elizabeth?" "On no account" SERVICE TWICE: A DAY.We fio '
.
'
Kid the "Charlotte/ BOAi
j enough to pay the actual excuses for 1 prince regent you want a STEAM
: after mother and the child'stoyal _
'the
his simple living,'having allowed the your royal catered to best trade last year and ,

remainder to accumulate to pay off the aunt" "Certainly nol. The are fully prepared1 tot do so this .
season.
Duchess of Kent relieved her feelings! bya
i debt of the diocese. ---W* have them to sell, tad if we hare DOlt ''
flood of tears. The Princess Mary
on hand to suit, we caa buikL... ,
AU In the Same Boat. kissed her, and tbe baby cried. This

Gus de Smy the-Those new boots of spurred the mild archbishop. "What SPECIAL ATTENTION JUST WHAT YOU "WANT j 3
Dame is it royal highness' pleasure
your
yours squeak awfully. Perhaps they 1 I
: ain't paid for yet? I to command?" "What's her moth- IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM We are also prepared to furnish J
"
Johnnie FewSCtads-That' all non i er's name? "Victoria, answered the

; I sense. If there is anything in that, why !' Duke of Kent. But his intervention,was

don't my coat and my vest and my met by an irate look from the regent -rhe East Side.WEST Pumping Outfits for Irrigation;

trousers and my hat squeak too-Lon- The Duke cf York seeing that the chris- .
tening must be hastened forward if i\
don Tun. BEACH Write or call on us for ***
PALM Anything 1Q Line that Toe .
was to be got through with at all, took FLORIDA. 11-4.97 our

Campbell, comparatively unknown, ou himself to say "Alexandriua Vie-
received 18,500 fcr the "Pleasures of ; toria. And so the queen missed being Merrill-Stevens Engineering i

Hope," though Bums, less fortunate, known in history as Gear isna, a fitting j

I was paid f 125 for the first Kilmarnock name for the last of the Georgian dynasty ]

edition of his poems-single copies of but less suitable for a glorious reign SUBSCRIBE Jacksonville Florida.

hivh: now sell for far more-and of 60 years than Victoria.-COntempo- FOR THE SUN.
Proprietor '
$4,300 for the second edition ''rarr Review. ISQNYILLE MARINE: RAil';



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; '" THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM;BBiCH;FLORIDA: ,'t&DBSDAt., tfOVfcHBEB 4. 1891. 1

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!
A FAMOUS BAKERY. -- .
U. S. WEATHER BUREAU DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE: ; DRALEB i

tlu Hollands Bccam Cakcmake.itIt M. (E.CRUB-e-R n. j and Uat1e .
the Boys Family. JUPITER, FLA., Nor. i, 1897. .,
Weather Report for the month endiog Oct. 31 1897. Barometer corrected -
i one of the old buildings which for ,
the architectural imprint Queen temperature and elevation. 8 A.M. and 8..M.observations. 75th meridian and Ctfoeketty 4
-
time.
Comparative temperature the yew 1896 and
1895" ISg7'I
e'l time in Cheater England, is aeahopnot ma-reI.aapuad Laaterms. 1
q s ::I < an ordinary bakeshop, I > DIRECTJ05 AND x y >
:: tE! 1 00. 1193. All Kinds of Boat Coods. i:
[the royal anna jut out from the eO- '0 C.II.." VELOCJT a S > ix :
\ a StATE or I I Starts Thwart,Door*,Sash sad Bli. > It'.I wfaa J
1 and ] : or. a ,
above
g :
story, immediately is se.
a t : ZI 2: I>" !: I>" !C I !I: "" ""
: All Kinds of
: Tattle Goods.
bearing the name ""Hollands. : .. ..,', .:. ; ; ." :: ; :.OJ: = :II t' CR/lltnh.W Fishing and Sporting 1
.
I the proximity of the sign to the .M:= 8a.m' I)8.m. .:oC.i z tI WUTBn..I.;; .= !I :c :' ?-C .
(al arms is no idle commercial myth \C Tlnshop la connection with Blort ;
1{ 10021NE_2-il{'OJ F 2NFy( .aW .0111'art11 Cloudy / : 812 i 7!$ 18111! :!
are new customers.the 2IW O21 E191NE.. I9INK.: .28 '.loIPartly Cloudy 11f11\1 XJI/HI11' $!\2169161101215118! Large Gilvanlztd Tanks a Specialty. 1
annals of the tradesfolk of 3,3008, B_.231\E..23ISE.l A" Partin. Clnud- 7ti 79 $3 : 161M.'I 7318 = Contracts taken anywhere ia the County for Tin Rooting Guttering. 9 1
4130 0 -S 68I74$4
!
ater there never wag'a greater man 51:10011 NW,12INW.l21NW? 10IN..22IX{ .3.2i .S:> Partly Clou 11 7t 72 i 9 72 78 84 72 18 Plumbing,Etc. 11-117
i1 h
.23 .02f'lear 81 71 'it! 63 iOl>IiI 1-1 71'1 1 837076
Richard Holland; the original 6800aSWO5! | IS...:...Otil";;...241 ..OOiClear.O .__. 71+7a 1>10 111 n 1'18115 191H 6674 _
ner of the In 1836 the I 739W4' \W..O6iE_..061Nw.i 1 1 (>dear_,....._ 74 77$17O7682! 7277I26: $ i5 r
bakesbop. !,80 1IIX| _'_04E.| .11|(1t.t81 .00 Clear.?__ :878| f31 .O 761HAI :! 76 1 4 It 76 It. When j
hess of Kent and her young daugh- JiM lOiH.--o31:!E.; IH E.: .28 ].49| Coady_... 74 79 So 70'73(77' ( 6J>I 72D3 7178 vkitinjc__Jacbonvfflreallon
!
the Princess Victoria, visited the 101301w".05IsE.nISF.26| / .9!! Cloudy..__. 70 78 1 79 70.02Condy. ,74'81 677478i| | 7074
111"J 941Sw0'lISE .3u1sF.,17{ .00 Partly Cion.ly77: 79 83 74 788178X1 7678 1
for the purpose of officially opening '13 K...01'11 .._13t! :....1! 1 TPartly| CIoOOII/iIII 8084 76 80 82 757882 68)74181|)/ | |i-l 78 J'A.. CRAIG & BRO. i
ew bridge that was to bring alldI 3014 E.-1lIE.ltIE.2-1! Alt[Hoody. 8084H088 74\7217881 7276
140 N E"'_ 'III{ E22i\E.2#1 '.OOlPartly ClondylM' | 79141 76 62t59| 80 i3 76 .....FOR .. j
i of importance and prosperity to 15k103\E..,26NE,2MNE.3il I ,870lonify| ..__.{7M/77180A6I73733966| | 88 71 17 -
i town. Of course it was an immense 162900 E._ 21' E._\E,361 1 5iCioody__ 76 73 7* 6"1113| 7i 58 fiM 7971 TS: 11 & jHAte MEN'S FURNISHINGS. :
17 29 'J. D. CO.
l212. ; lh F."__181 E.291 ..82Clondy.950iordy.| __ 80(78il 72 76 80 67 74 7t170| 74
at for Chester and ,every one did 18129941E..IM. SE..;ldlh'.A. :,' | __ 80|76180/ 73 76 78 64 71 8 5 9 Largot
19 .. carry
k6 .17 S. ..0215..331 _
setting to make the visit of the 031C1oult 79 7780 73 76 80O4| 7tIM472TM ;
\
2029 Ml 06 NE.113'\E11 | ...? .?.14I7R! h2 71 T8M2189{' 76 81 7076
bat folks memorable. 21 2\1 .11 S.O'J _.H .1=|1Cluudy. ?. 7878 80 i8 76 88 72 78 77 7074 Hats andNegligee
ichard Bollaud was ambitions, but 231291:1\1 : 1 N.1.!N20( '..HOICloud ??_ 75 7781 1-1 78 82 74 78 76)69) 72 offering great values in Housefnrnisbings -

., and he churned his brains: might- '241'299\: ":"'.at1\Iti07Nw,24,, { ..._12IS_21 ./ TjlloadyZ.b \ .?, ....7171i617b,3M276i9776470 70707666| || | 71188)74: )/) 81{ || "' to their valued East Coast Shirtsto

[ to devise some attractive method of 23'2\1' \ ...:.?Ofi\NWOlY! _llil (>|cie r.TZ.__ 64| 2745966837378| | | | | | 787175 1/( / trade. Note a few of their special be found in the State. Sole AgviU for
S .11:> .? _Ii IIOjCIIU16klt1i1716iI70185! | | | 71iI| O 7976 72 .
| |
wing his loyal appreciation of the 27 :!9 9:> NW_051!\_os Xl1 .00 Clear__ 656478627084| | | | | 741798117877! : prices for the next ten days: Knox and Yoaraans Hats. 1
tit In a happy moment he decided toe 21'12993, \w..0i\V,? 051 N_15 0OICIear 67166178)63(70' ) ( 82168ON : 77 HO 82172 77 !
2 \
small cakes of 9 Y9921N.OEUSIE..i2 .00 ClearZH,__ | | | |tn8177! 70 79 70 74 Everett Block.09 W.Bay Street '
i some transcendent /
W.03 N.0M lIS ,.H .. / /
.00
Clear.
31180' O-ilw | | | | | 81i72 78
Hence, put them in a fancy box and ._.O:>ISE..05ISE .18 .(Mil/Partly ClnudyI671691fOI6317181115hl| | | | : | >l 82{7S78Siirnrnary 112 Piece Decorated<< Dinner Set..... n.-9 -1J-97 JALSONTII.LR.FLORIDA.The .

at them to the young princess. 56 Piece Decorated Tea Set .'., ......__ 8 67
ppy thought! Potent cakes! Great for the Month. 10 Piece Decorated Chamber Set........._ 199 Only Coffee RoastersIn
land 1 Mean Barometer 29.98; Highest Barometer, on the 13 h, 80.16; Lowest Barometer 4 Piece Painted Tin Cbamber Set__ uu_ 81t
|The next the little out he 20th,29.79. 8 Quart GalraalMil Water Papa, Each......,. J8 the State.
year princess Mean Temperature 75; Highest Temperature on the 12th, 84";Lowest Temperature, 10'" .. _._ 1:5: ,
018 palate had been enchanted by on the 23th. 59; Greatest Dally Range <.! Temperature, on the 81st, 17; I>a t Dally 12" ** .. II M MM_ 20 J. D. S R. D. GRETHER
i flavor of the Chester cakes became Range of Temperature,on the 11tb.0.. Mean Temperature for this month In 1888, 77; 14 ** ** ** **: ** 25 ,
L of England and one of the first 1889, 74? 1890, 76; 1891, 74; 1892, 75; 1893: 77;; 1894.76; 1895, 76; 1896, 76 2 Quart Covered Tin Bucket, Kach__ ::5a" JackloaTiile, FlerUa. '
i after her accession in 1837 was the 1 897, Tha. Mean Temperature for this month for 10 years, 76. II II a 11 __ 8 1
|polntment of Bolland as one of the Prevailing Direction of Wind E.; Total Movement of Wind. 9,136 mile; Maximum 4 r a r II II 10
a's warrant holders. So much for Velocity<< U Wind, Direction and Date, 87 miles per hour on the 15th.S$. 6 Cup and 6 Saucers! (one let)for_.__ 29 CHOICE TEAS, 1 Ot'R i i

i power of a box of small cakes. Total Precipitation, 9.93 Inches Number of days on which .01 Inch or more precipitation 6 Water Tumblers for.., _. "J2 .: FRUIT PURE SPICES.EXTRACTS J Y SPECULTIFA i
How long the flavor of those cakes fell.17: TutAl Precipitation (in inches) for thU month in 1888. 8.78;1889, 8.05; 1890 Clan Batter Disbea for.;..__ 10 -1;
saved in the royal is show .-I3: 1891,8.38.:1892,1-100; 1893.11.72; 1894. 6.29; 189521.03; 1890, 5.9; 1897 We sell a 65c Bowl and Plieber for.???. ,. ..._ 49 I
memory batter twine !
9.93. Breakfast Pines, Each __ 5 Paper paper bags, dishes
the fact that 25 years later wh Average P TcipUation for thin month for 10 yean 8.96 Inches. Large Dinner Plate. F.atb.--- __ 7 and other xrocers nandriei. t

i Prince. of Wales was to be'married, Number of ClondlenHDaji, 11; Partly cloudy,8; Cloudy, 12. 4 Spools CoaU' Spool Cotton for._ __ 15 All Coffee Roasted After Receipt of OrSEEDSIII. .... (

i gave a commission to Holland SOTE-l'reMure Reduced to eea-leveU- Good Pin Fer P.per..?. ..... .????.. ? .. ?. .. 1 ..,." 1
prepare the wedding cake for that J.\V.CROXK.Observer Weather Bureau. Good Needles Per Paper 1

it event It was 110 ordinary wed- 12 Cedar Lead Pencils Without Rubber for.-. 8
I; cake that Mr. Holland producedand 12 Cedar Lead Pencils With Bobber for. __ ? i 1

and its exhibition earned him Leather Pnne_ .2.8.5,8,10 and 15 Cents .
tremendous fame that every Eng- NEW Glass Lampe Complete E.eh.-..10 "
h bride of wealth and prominence SEMINOLE HOTELOnly Very Fine Parlor Lamp (Decorated),.....99 Fresh New Crop, Reliable. I

bo has married since then has had

a Chester baker prepare her wedding Varieties best adapted to Florida.

Brick Hotel in Town. A WORD TO ALL: Special Attention given to the

I Descendants of the original Holland \ WEST :PALM: : BEACH FLA. East Coast Trade.

w conduct the shop, but they use thee ,. Send us your orders and we will
i recipe that proved so successful in Has been do Mail Orders Receive Prompt Atte alien. '
THE SPMINOTP recently completed, built in the most sub-
e days of Victoria's childhood and
stantial manner and.elegantly furnished: situated L. CAMERON I
ill bake cakes for the
royal familyhiladelphia ,
Press. on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magnificent unobstructed The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida.JACKSONVILLE..

view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes froji all directions. IJ1fl.Horfl&Co. 11-1"97 nOKMU. f

Th. layer ftod the Flagstone. Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Class.

One with of the St principal Patrick's legends altar stone connect-ac Sates: J2 per day and np. Special Bates by the Week or Monti. GALA WEEK RATES I

to a writer in Donahoe's Maga-
I GEORGE ZAPF
Manager. Dr. Vincent Will Give Twenty Per I
e, is called the "Legend of the Leper 114-91. ,. f
Cent. Discount During This Time.
1 the Flagstone. This story runs asvs F. William s Sit CO. Present iadiaUou
: When St Patrick was embark. I are to the effect that
Dg for Ireland to enter his mis- VyiLSOX WEATHERFORD. Jelly 500 affiicted per
upon 105 East By St., om..{II to to Jacksonrtate -
aD, a poor leper came to the seashore TONSORIAL ARTIST. I, daring Gala
1
M'.' k for .
tbeeipreMimrpoit
jjuit as the ship was about to weighchor Fla.
Jacksonville of cuBwit'IncUr.
and earnestly begged to_be taken Sharing Parlor next door to PostOmcc.797 W-S8-W .' ." To #
board. It is probable that be hadcard :: Only White lJarlH.'r In Town.' AdvertisersWho (those trim Iwinmlre ;
tmcBt dmrllfGala
I something of the holiness of thet M cck. Dr.Via.
and the proofs of divine favor conferred I teat wlU gire JOC dls
< q- count truss kiD uualfeeandtbrnmente
I
The Dade State Bank
upon him, and that deep within County ,
"bis inner consciousness there was born Use the' I I will prevail ..tUIIle

hope vague at first, but gradually him Beach Florida. fl III, wlhefr a.etacured.* time'This tfct
rowing stronger that in the .u jj I' Dr. Vincent has ever
company JACKSONV FLORIDA, lowered his price. I
POPE McUURIfl tfAL
6t Patrick he might expect some Authorized Capital $100,000. Columns. of and It will proteb y be the last, o alt who coy
melioration of his pitiable condition. iboold take advanuce of U.Thij .
eminent SiwruliHt take lairing
"- aething in the man appealed to the Paid Up Capital $15,000. long- tiiniling caw which lane been
at, who was so deeply touched by Fruits and Produce given upbytll nthrr phvskitnt SotwNerho.'
long you hare been x11.gin him a trial If you
II pleadings that be expressed a wish THE cannot TO tore him send for symptom bleak.SPECIALTt.s .
have the despised leper taken on OFFICERS: 1CATARRUandallCHRoIC
but fear and prejudice had such E. N. DIMICK, President. Commission Merchants. DISEASES el
he: Eye, Ear, Nose Throat Langi, Heart
in influence over the sailors that they f. II. BREL8FORD, Vice-President. Stomach. Liver. &>weK Kidnw*. Bladder

would not allow the leper on board and GEO. L. BRAVMNG Cashier. TROPICAL Fancy Grades of toritt** and Cheese. Sore Nerves.Leg Skin).Cancer and ,Blood.Rupture Chronic, Stnctnre.fleer Vario(Old
the ship began to move out while theafflicted eels, tiydroce and Piles guaranteed cared
/ without using the knife. Rheumatism. IHa-
man continued to plead from Branch Office at West Palm Beach We Solicit Your Business. ease peculiar Women,and Private Dueatc*
the beach. The saint took his altar of both teats are given special attention.
stone and cast it on the water within Cffl.e Hours From to a. m.to i p.m. SUN We only solicit the business of Merchants. and Will\ Not fill orders from Consumerstheyshould No charge for consultation Fee always
buy from their home dealers. 10-21-97 reasonable. Special rates for mall treatment.
reach of the leper telling him to sit ont General Banking Business TransactedCollect Dr. W. T. S. Vincent. Specialist.
and remain
perfectly quiet Again
Mohawk Block Cor. Bay and Market Sea.
was the faith of the man shown, and promptly remit on day ol CLAIMIt Florida.
receipt. Draft bought and sold on be prinIpaleitlrti Jacksonville,
he had seated himself the
U soon U
of the United State i29.97fed Hours: 9 to 1 2 a.m. t to 4 p. m..7 to 8 p....
stone began to the water. It Sundays- to
move over I 3o 5 p. m oalf.1"97
followed immediately in the wake of g i
Is The
the ship until it reached the harbor of Spanish andrEaney.

Wicklow, and the leper thus reached <
the shores of Erin in safety. St Patrick Forty'crhree J. B.

gain took possession of the stone. ,- i- BEST

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Th r rurd Poker. PineappleSlips pillion Massait

In the summer of 1840 Henry Clay Dollars .
went to Kentucky on his vacation. Advertising & Bro.

Three nights after his arrival at a cer and SuckersFor OF SURPLUS ARE BEHIND THE *

lain springs a sociable game began. Inthe Sale,ot the Following Varieties,vii GUARANTEES IN THE POLICIES '

game were Mr. Clay Josiah Blackburn Abbaka, Porto Rico, MEDIUM ISSUED BY THH EjiTRBiiH uipeASSURH1CB Jacksonville, Fla.
John Uardin and Sam Clay a Smooth
Cayenne, I
cousin of the statesman. It began on SOCIETY OF THE I

Friday night and ran along with varying Egyptian. Queen,
UNITED STATES. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.Fruit
luck. They were all old bands and Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, Of Any .
.
i had the nerve to back their cards. At White Antigue.rn .

II o'clock Saturday night Pernainbuco, The Life

quit a little ahead. He had beeu married Enville. WEEKLY PAPER Equitable and Vegetables.

only Uo months and was afraid Early delivery ean be made part of the

his young wife would think be was fruit last mouth.Iruiu thi.oll'laolatloub8\'lug Apply to been picked Consignments Solicited
dead. 'Sunday morning at 9 o'clock OF NEW YORK "
In The
some one rapped on the door. It was C.C. MATTHAMS,

opened, and a negro girl stood in the Florida Pineapple Ccmpany, Is the 'Jtro )oest f lijsurarjG i ? "Hone ty and fair Dealing Our:Motto.

hall She had a clean shirt in her hand I 1 Customers Sure to Get Their Mont,..
West Palm Beach Fla.CEO. .
and en the bosom was a note from Har- 5-21-97
TATE Of FLORID U/orld.
di.'. wife "For Mr. John Hardin. L Company iij the Established in Jacksonville

'wherever be can be found. The door .
S. HACKER & SON 'oeoe ocv. for Eleven Years. .
Was closed and play resumed. Hardin

changed his linen at the table.-San
Best of References Furnished.
See Thai New .
. Francisco Argonaut . . . 10-21-97

I Prrert.4 Judgment.-- -Guaranteed Cash Value Policies.

: The cause of a wrong taste is a del WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit -

l feet of judgment And this may arise your Old Friend, who will surpriseyou
with in
from a natural weakness of understanding For farther information address CEO. J. MERCIEE. Bargains
; CIA whatever the strength of that I I AdvertisingRate or Special Agent,Cocoa, Fla. Dry Good Clothlns: and

; faculty may consist), or.which is much PEREZ HUFF MAMAaaa.AC3sosY1LLa Gents' .'UI uihlh?s..... ...__
: GMT commonly the case, it may arise xt ) FLU.IDA. 102197. D. SINGER Manager,

from a want of a proper and weU directed Bridge U.IJ-<}7 Street,Near JACKSONVILLE Bay. FLUkDAUNDERTAKING

., exercise, which alone can make -
it stronf and ready. Besides, that ignorance MANUFACTURER" OF Sheet -

inattention, prejudice, rashI -

-, levity obstinacy-ia short all Doors, -
those puaions and all those vices which GEO. H. MALTBY.

pervert the judgment in other matters, Sash, Will be Sent on Ap If yon are thinking of irrigating your track f
prejudice it no leas in this its mow refinod Blinds pineapple field or orange grove send me size of ypre
IATiORi !
and elegant province.-Burke.Sid I IRRI G you wish to cover and full information of what Care and Embalming of the Dead, 4
MouldingsAHD r 1 want and I will,be glad to furnish all information
r..r w. *. plication. desired and give estimate of cost. 20 Years' Experience.

"Slowly tells me he can draw his Building Material, J. G. CHRISTOPHER -- JIa"F'
check for f IOO,000""So ,
tl Funeral Supplies in Stock.
he can. He can draw it for CHARLESTON. S. 0. Machinery and Mill Supplies.

$1,000,000,000. But if he owes ;yon as LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH.
much u 60 cents insist on having the Irrigating Machinery a' Specialty.! Telegraph Furuitnre storf, West Falq

CW)..'-p 41 fnq. c Send for Pricei, lo-a'"W J4cliSQNY1ie11R, f"'ORID.\. beach, fJorlc1a 91W

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4 THE TROPICAL SUN WEST. PALM' BEACH, ,. nom. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1891. .- -
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over every nook and corner of this ter year without a.fai1ure.snd that $*pcjuju&*

the OCrDvuaI Sun.GUY continent, this paper trimmed its r I these crops are of the best quality im

u sails to the adverse wind, and now is and always sell for remunerative

again spreading its sails aa the; patronage prices, and that they are raised
,
I.METCALF. '- EDITOR. it retires may warrant._The without expensive irrigation or unusual A Greeting From. .

people of Dade have given THE 'Sex care or labor, is one great factor

MEMBEROF a ijoyalsupport.tnowiugitnever and the greatest one at present, <' f

Florida Press I Association. id do its: part in the great work of in making the land in this vicinity so Kohn Furchgott & Co.THE

AFFILIATED *ITH spreading the gospel of the State of valuable.As ,

National Editorial Association. Dade and the story uf the attractions pineapples are not the only i

and advantages of the Great East crop this land will raise, farther experiment 1 WELL KNOWN- ,

Coast. ,_are being made to see if :

SUBSCRIPTION: 4.. other will be more profitable Millinery OIo
any crop l Clothing
One Tear,In a4vaac,_ -92.00 Dry Goods, Carpet <

Six Month,la advance.-...... ..1.00 THE MOXTHLY WEATHER REPORT, and if these experiments resultin '
Three Months la advance. W the success that they now seem to and Suit. House
as'it appears on the preceding page, i.
1 promise, the value of our. land will .
shows that the'rainfaH for .October, p
FCIUSHID ITEBT THCES9AY AT VUT Mill be still further enhanced. J
Florida.
while f.rumr. one inprTahnre, the, average ,. Of Jacksonville
----- ---- ---- -
BlACH.DADBCOtrXTY. VLOa1DA. This is County
month comparatively a new 't
precipitation in the same
and the of "poor .et
possibilities our J
for the past ten years, is twelve
IKTE2FO AT TUI FOBT OFFICK IV WEST PALM white sand" are just being found not invitation extended to alt friends on the
3ACH AS SECOXD-CLASS MATTE. inches less than in October,two yean A cordial sour

ago. The comparative data as givenin and are proving to be'a great surprise j ,*East Coast to visit our MammothijBstablishJnent, corner

Pioneer Paper Dade Count,,and the Oldest the weather report prepared for_ even to some of ourown old cit. i Main and Bay Streets, during the festive week in this City.

Publication oa the East Coast of THE Sex each week is well worth the izens, to.say nothing of those who j '
: November 8th to 12th. .
Florida. tot ween TUrorille have come here from elsewhere, but .,
and Key Vest.Be.t careful study of all interested in the
all of them to that I .
seem agree we >
climatology of this county. The re-
is have a veritable Klondike in our All orders sent to us by oar merchant friends before fisting the City Gal Week will be promptly I W
port we publish absolutely accurate
Advertising Medium on the East Coast
soil and climate combined and 1
of Florid and reliable, and is said by the one 10-21-97

officials of the Weather Bureau' at and all are now united in their Sorts J ; '"Kohn & Co.

the to work it for all it i is worth. Furchgott :
THE FJ.ORIDA CROW MrsT GO. the Washington to be most com

only question being as to the man- plete and comprehensive of any pub. 0
ANENT "THE AGE LIMIT '
.
ner of going, but go be must and lished by any paperin the United '
States. '
the sooner the better. ***, An article this paper previous to 1" '0 .. ..

seeTHE tho last presidential election pointed .

ANENT U ARTICLE that appearedin out the bondage under which most .

QUESTION OF GOOD ROAiis haTing tbte columns a short time ago, men engaged in handicrafts labor as PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL NOTICES.SHERIFFS NOT1CS OP APPUCATloaD13CHA&G _.

been decided in their favor. be the following from one of our State compared with the agriculturist, so
only thing; remaining to be done is to SotJee b hereby d*.t. thct i$.
exchanges comes in : .'
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will of that.A
: very apropos we nothing .
say att lU date.. Itt"Jh'IMfol8senw -*
\TT I. METCALF SALE.rnderaadbyvirtneof. J
build ns good roads and as many of There is a very dimple way to make clerk in Philadelphia wrote last 1 of tile feasts W & q

them, as SOLD as we fin. the public roads good and easy to July to Harriet Hubbard Ayer, the ATTORNEY AT. LA W. u order of sale, toned land,deceased I khail U*a lea

... travel. If a quantity of pine straw beauty oracle for the New YorkI I Conrta.Will practice IB ounty,SUM and Federal Florid out,ID of aa the attachment Conaty Coin callie of Dade therein Coaaty pending halt, Florida apply totteCoattj tor a dlKharg Jvdct tr uaa*tty : .

BE all is raked with a horse rake from the World, inquiring for a hair dje.as he LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. wherein George A.Gale b plaintiff and W. tratioa of saW ettatt.
SURE THAT YOU TAKE nl"N'8
adjacent woods into the roadbed, should lose his place as clerk if the Office TRoPICAL 8m Block s Untoa to defendant,aad Imne4 pursuant T.1M. Ii:.M. BBIUiBieeator O
nary steps to have your town, its West; Palm Beach, Dade County, f lortda. d tile Ertat*f J.Kle t
to section of
l.M5.Be.1Med Statute Florida
this boon becomes compact,and lasts change in the color of his hair was ....
advantages:; and surroundings all [shall oa Tuesday,
for many months. We would call not arrested. He further stated tbat
ELHEYSEIt 11..11, A.D 1897.
,
put in the pamphlet. that the count
the attention of our county commissioners a fellow clerk in his department had 1\. between the hours of one and two o'clock pat NOTICE IN ATTACH
commissioners will issue. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. a., the residence of L B.Burton, at -
II again to this way of getting received inconsequence
already
a discharge
I FLOBIDA. too. Dade County Florida, offer fur rate to In County Court Dade Connty,
up a very good road for little money of approaching grayness, JCSO. Ute highest and beat bidder, for cash One George A.Gale \

ONE CASHING FACTORY in this State in case they cannot afford, at present notwithstanding the change in his Will practice. In all Courts except; tile County yule,attached utile property of W. 8 Linton. S.lr J funs MUd..en...
Court of Dade County. 6-15-97 K.J CHILLINGWOBTH.H W. tOL
used one hundred barrels of sugar inputting to give us a shell road. The appearance was the result of accident L-H..BURTON_. ass To w.8.1JIIth,daIee4.at..AIOIIIlac.rwte

Tip{rntiraty\ alone tLis seaton. sooner the road between here and rather than age. This is what the GEORGE M. aOBBUS. WALTER S.CKAHAX.nOBBlNS 0-28-21 Deputy Sheriff : .

This County could .accommodate Juno is improved the better it will age limit means,that each successive & GRAHAM CO., Instated TOIl are hereby sad blow aoUfled pccding.tU&.ati to .

one or two such factories. be, not only for those '\ho" live alon; year U spreading through all trades lb court ot DadeCwuty rTortda. hy
ATTORNEYS AT LAW .
this road, but for this town az well. and professions like 'a :contagious NOTICE. Calera W. 7. Uatoa where U* I.
Will practice all the ronrta. State'aadFeler
described Mdbeia
property.lying 4 _
CC disea,' +L Special facilities fur examining and I III the Circuit Court or the 1 *
.
GALA \\EEK JACKSONVILLE 444 ,. .'4 perfecting laud tll.l_ I Seventh Judicial Circuit, I County of Dade aad 8UU.!nbrtdafea
AT begins ; I We bare cloned oar West Palm Bearh office I in and fur Dade County, f !.Chancery. attached to.wit: -
Monday and it will Any biwineaji from tbe Lake worth section or Florid. J The Kut half of Xortk-Vr
path
repay any WITH OP FISHING
THE OPENING THE
.. northern part of Dade County should be referred -
The Dade State Bank
AGREES WITH US. County
of our readers to visit Florida's metropolis : HJf. either to oar Titosviile or Miami office, vs. )Foreclosure hat half oIloatll-WN&.nrtar and Woof
the Lake the local merchants } *
season on '
I and will receive proper attention. Henry Lraholra et aLIt ) .North-Wwt quartet sad West.uU#
at that time and enjoy the are beginning to feel the effects A couple; of weeks ago we advisedour Tituaville Brevard County and Miaul Dade appearing from the affidavit ot W.L Met- West quarter and ndtvUcd h3 .UtI(

festivities and amusements that the! of a revival in business. After hoitieulturists to work along County Florida. 10-21-97 call,solicitor for complainant filed in the Eat fracUoaal haS of gaetSMi SUteei

merchants of that will above entitled cause, that Henry Lenhoim.I Township rorty-Sto(M) 8eathK* isl
city providefor six months o. practical stagnation! Fault W.FOFB. D.C.CAMPBELL.
the line of producing needled fruits, one of the defendant. U, In hia belief a nonresident Three(48) Eaat,Dad Ceoaty. Vart&-
the occasion. Read the complete it will be easier to appreciate the value especially guavas and from the following pOPE,& CAMPBELL. of the Sute of Florida, aad that his One(1) Mite Oat(1) Hone Wage @

programme for the week, as it place uf residence to aaknowa t>> the al&uc,1 Slap H.,..*,rOttfl Ii jP Uta Fork4&
appears of the industry factor
fishing as a seen
it will be
tba
: extract !! > at
'r 'h tie i A TTOfiHEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. and tbat tbe defendant I* over c.eatJou'1ean Weed Hu,Oa\1)Scythe sad ftMis;&
on next page in local busin'eea'ptrospzrity. It is a least other writer and much TV Matt
one one of age and that there b no one ta tills Hoe One(1) Cmhivator. i3))
111 East Street
4C. lesson some of our merchants needed better qualified to write on such mat- Bay State,the service epos whom would Mod the One(1, Plow OM(1).....i Ptofe;
8-5-97 JACKSONVILLE FLOBIDA.. defendant Light Harness On[1] Powder 0a.&
to learn and they should profit ).yit.1 ters than ourselves was writing the
ELECTION is OVER and the new officen It b therefore ordered that yon.Henry Lea. Fork OM(1)gpriaUer. OM(11 ShotdOn

sworn in. Now let them do their THE SUN ,has always been friendly !o' same advice for another Florida paper. HOOD, M. D. tolm.do appear to the bill of complaint Bled *IIJ[ Packing Bonn That the IteP
this recognizing its H.C. herein,ou or before the aid W. s.Union ta said property tat
duty do and will industry importance It i is,so pertinent to.the subject
you yours we PHYSICIAN AND SURGION. 3d Day of January, A. D. 1898, attached 4
and it
business factor has
as a that it in full
have as nice a little town as there is we, publish ; including being the first Monday in the month. Now,therefore, the aald W., /lrrlat
had no occasion[ to regret its attitude Office and Residence aQ oher tot i* tHt.qnlreOto sin biSY
his closing panegyric on our fair. near Royal Poincian penoa
I along the East Coast and one that It b further ordered that this order be paM
Hotel, PALM BEACH. 6 appear to said *rtlo. .* rl
the -t-97
on this subject despite ad- Uahed week for
will hortlilonnr.. .. )willinrr..... .. tostantlallth. once av eight consecutive the Int; Monday February, A. D.t>
--- --- -- State.Mr
week prior to said Third of
day January
f prosperity that a good Providence verse criticism on the part of the kid L. II.Corner,the well known In Judgment by default will U entered!
1898. THK.TmopicitScs.a
, glove aristocracy (?) that has seen guava jelly man, of Merritt Brevard E.W.. PUGH, M. D.. newspaper published laid..defendaat. JtWltnew
i assisted by sick yankees and good In aald County of bade, State ot Hors
fit to dtprecinte this industry and county, has sent some more of his ay had and the seal daft
vegetable crops can give us. fresh guavas to Washington, and is PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ida.Ordered ihU tt day November,A.D. 1
'enc1eavored'tprotect this 1st day of November, A. D.
antagonize those who determined to find a market for them Office in rear of DImlck'g Drug Store. 1897. A.F.QU1MBT. (SOIL] A.r.QCIMBY. .

C. and defend it. Time, bow. all over the country. F. H. McCarthy Retddencc-Wellt Side ol Olive Street, 3 Door [Seal.] clerk Circuit Court. Clerk Coaatjfe
a fruit dealer whois handlingthem South of UematU Avenue. W. L UETCALF fl
THE is said to be the factor that W.L M ETtYALF, [
FLORIDA STATE BOARD of ever, here, is in full sympathy with 3-2696 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. Attorney fur Plaintiff. I1

Health has extended the quarantine squares all things, and THE SUN believes the undertaking, and is doing all I Solicitor for Complainant. ll-i-2mo* ...

season to December 1st,and any one it. he can la make it a success. He re- IR. B. PUTTER M. D., ,
cently forwarded some of Mr. Gur. I "
coming here before that time must uey's guavas to New York city, and :<< ,OTICS FOX PUBLICATION. NOTICE FOR PUBUCATIOM

show a health certificate before they believes there is a chance of makingthe 3-23-93 PALM BEACH FIJI
IT is TO BE HOPED that the new fruit a popular dish in many e LAXD OfVICB AT GAIU8t'1f.l.E. fiA. } Loa Ornci: AT UAIIUTILLB.fUu
will be allowed to enter the State. Sept :fftb, 1(91. .
I tank service being inaugurated by parts of the North. The very per Notice is hereby given that the tollowioi- aevsshsr I,1sR.
All who intend coming here on or be- ishable nature of the guavas requires J.A. PUGH, named settler has filed notice ol his inteatio named Notice settler U hereby II..Sled gives that at the biz tf IIit f
the Standard Oil in this to make floal notice
proof
in of hia claim,
company support
fore that time should take note of that they be ordered in advance,and DE N TI8 T. and that said proof will be made before Clerk to mike Sear proof. Mttwirt at hk
town will result somehow in a reduc- then delivered to their destinationas Circuit Court, at Juno. Florida oa Novem and thit laid pmof will be male ...
this fact and bring the required document Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. CrcaitCoutalJ.aeFin, oa '
quickly as possible. :Mr. McCarthy her 13th, 1107. vu:, .
tion in the price of kerospi e and gas- 1887 U: ..
Local Anaesthetic freed
along. oline to that charged towns both suggests that they be shipped in of Teeth. In E&crarUon Andrew J. King, of Hobe Sound, Florida Jotepti A. Well.,if Jupiter,FIBd.

egg crates.If Teeth Extracted Without Fain.' Hd.21,837.! for the S 4! of SW)(. See 11 ant .SI.T11. for the 8W>j, Sectio U Tel
north and south of us. We are rein a guava that is seedless,or near. OFFlCE-4ih Door from Cor dcniati Ave. W of N W W. See. 13/Tit.40 S.. B.ti E. is South Range U .
THE ly so, can be it will add and Olive St. lie names tbe wttnesaea to prove He name tee following witnesses la;
PROSPECTS ARE FAIR for a produced residence
bly informed that the Florida East immensely to its usefulness. Assis- 7-2-98 WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA his continuous << poo and eultif wn his enntinaou reaidence epee a4 eaife
number of tourists this win of Mid land 'I: "".said land vial'
greater Coast railroad charges $141.60 tant Pomologist Taylor who is a E. K. I bcber; ,of lobe Sound,Florida. J. A Armour,of Jupiter, Fta.

ter than we have ever had before, freight for a 60-barreI carload from well known authority on the scienceof IL.T. DANIEL, Ntlooa Ww. S.E.Tanere Cowlea, ,"" .-* -a W.S.Taa!!",. Hob 1Ioa.....II .' j

which is far it what might be termed fruit here- W. A. Jackson of Jobs H. Grass.9f Nel'l".. a..
very good as as goes; Jacksonville to this "iot, while the DENTI8T. Sug.len Florida. G. W. Hetrtag '
p ,
dity, says a great deal may be accomplished 04t j. ii. BAHCO, Eegister. 11-", J, x.BARCOL.P
but the best sign of improvementand rate to Miami is such that a merchant in this direction by care- COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLOKIDA.- .

coming prosperity for this section at Boynton, sixteen miles ful, patient efforL The plan he
. suggests is as follows: A guava having ,.
is the greatly increased acreageof south of us, can have his oil shippedto the fewest seeds should be selected lyALLACE B. MOSES I' So-.us:
It
vegetables that is being planted Miami, shipped back to Boynton and the seeds planted; when

anJ the enthusiasm with which the (paying the local rate)and still save the trees produced come into bearing Successor to A. W. Robert, KAI Es BROTHERS 1
the most seedless of their fruit REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ,
growers are going about their work. 70 cents on each barrel. If this is should be selected,and,the operation ,
Agent t'tr West Palm Beach Town
LoU. also
not discriminationagainst this point continued as before. In time, West Palm Beach Water Work. Machinists and
sea
when the seeds become very scarce :NOTARY PCBLIC. EngineerAGENTS
\\'herfmerchants are obliged to Clematis Avenue, near Olive Street
promulgation by budding or layer-
ELSEWHERE will be 5-21-37
ix THIS ISSUE Wlllt Palm
Beach. Florida.
charge 23 cents per gallon tor kerosene ing can oe resorted to. The almost FOR-

found) u trop report, the feature, in seedless varieties of tomatoes,
when points both north and
which we wish particularly to call "Beefsteak" and "Ponderosa" orig GUY I. METCALF, The Gas Engine and Power Company.
south of us sell it at 15and 18 cents, inated in this way. The flavor of

your attention, is that the fruit was then we do net know the meaning of the fruit is also apt to be improvedby NOTARY PUBLIC Repair Parts for their Motor in Stock.

sold in the field, thus saving the the operation. The experiment For the State of Florida at Large.
the word discrimination
gro'nerall the trouble and as appliedto is well worth a trial, for the many Deeds, Mortgages Lease and Contract
expenseof freight rates.RISING small, hard seeds of the guava are Drafted.Conveyancing Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a Specialty.
picking, packing: shipping and a Specialty.
against its popularity, and even a AU Work Guaranteed Legally Correct.
taking: his chances with the com mis- moderate demand for the fruit out- Office in TROPICAL Sea Block

.i'Hl men. If every grower of fruit or VALUE OF LAND. thousands side of Florida of dollars would into bring the State.many West Palm Beach. Dade County, Florida. OUR SPECIALTIES:

.r-getablos in this section could sell Hard times have been
; seen, but Repairing.
II. LIVINGSTON ...
in like manner we Ih'nk: it would be The Fruitman's Guide, of New nobody has net starved to death J. Installing....

York the journal of the fruit there, and nobody ever will. No JUSTICE OF Gas Gasoline, Naphtha,Kero-
leading THE
fully as profitable, and much betterin other State in this Union could have PEACE ene, Vapor, Hot-Air : Complete 150latcd.IJ&1I

other ways for them to do so. trade, in speaking about the use in suffered in one night a damage of Sixth: Judicial District Dade County,Florida. Steam Engines and'o Scales aDd of aDd Pumping hauls for & '

value of land says: "It goes without 150,000.000 to its leading industryas Office In Mawey Block, all makes aDd capacities. me&tie use operated b1 g.
.
ae. ( did Florida by the freeze of February 7-21H7 WEST PALM BEACH FLA. gasoline, steam or .atef. ,
saying that land, producing crops Cj, 1395,) without raising a cry Inv.nto**' Models ConatKueted
with ....
a. aDd Diapa"
FOR TWO WEEKS PAST THE Sux has without danger uf failure, and crops for aid. Almost any Western State, M. D. L. )

beta receiving: compliments on its increased of best quality and largest quantityper would have appealed for help from DODSON.
the within
government forty-eight
bize and improved appear acre, must rite to high value." hours but the wonderful land 0: the G l

ance. It is only the return of the These remarks, while made especially orange and pine never asked for a 10,21-97 SSlSt,, j Ja '\O VI lie! Eli

paper to its former prestige and in-. in reference to the irrigated penny; has fought its battles alone Florida.
6.Miami,
coming out slowly,btu .surgly with
; dirates the increased prosperity of f! lands the arid West, hold equally flying colors, and will soon be doing : -

the East Coast territory, its chosen trne of all! land in this country and business again at old-stand-a FRANKUN: SHEEN.: GEO. O.
little late in the day but fresh B0TLBRC11EEN
and First-Olass-
field of work. Our interests are inseparable is the principal reason that land in smiling as ever. It has earned anew ; &BUTLEK.SUR'EYQiiS .

from that of tbe farmers this section has enhanced Hi?in valuein the title as' the "Land of Eternal U: _

the fruit growers and the fishermen the past few years and hide fair to Youth' for such recuperative pow. AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.
ers belong only to a place where Nature Office at West Palm Beach
When the local industries are prosperous be worth considerable more as the still is young. Florida is all Lands legally .0b-dl.lded aDd map fur JOB WORKi'

THE Sex but reflet ta that fact. years go by. right and will continue' to be all lug nhibed.and SelectlDe: aDd grading lands. Iota tr tl .1!
estimating timber
When the freeze came, followed close The fact that this land will raise right Hurrah for Florida-L.! S. fur aDd correct work guaranteed a Ilpecll ty.All Care.tom
Perkins in Florida Farmer and Fruit mulllca\J.oDa by mall receive .
by tbe financial panic that spread immense; crops of pineapples year aN, Grower, tloa. Malllt and Blue PriDbt at prompt; atte -
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.. THE TROPICAL SUN: WEST PALM BEACH, FLOB1D1, TiltnlsDAYlI'OVEJlBD 4, 1897. 1


A FAST COLT.

e.s.. w. u.. 1'.p&en H' .... sad Tot- Ace Limit. JACKSONVILLE'S GALA FESTIVITIES.The I. 1

H* BkM Deemed n.8em'al [Written for THB TEOPICAL mr.) I' BUELSFOED BEOS.

men gathered about a hone III was IOJPC to die to-morrow..

Bear the western market commenting I should plant a tree today. Entire Program for the Week. .
upon the prominence of the beast'i STETBEM GIIAIIK RealEstateandInsurance: i

lit* and general lankdneaa. The animal In their immunity from the encroachments -

belonged to a farmer living near of the modern terror known'as _OID1!, 8 p.m. Business meeting of the Florida Volunteer Firemen's
Ypdlanti, and it said Palm Beach Florida. I
waa never permitted "The Age Limit" the ,
agriculturists KOYEIBER 8. Association at the City Council Chamber.
to its
grace grow under feet on share in of
one the
priceless
privilegesf
the road. The farmer was not pleased royalty. 'oeoeaooo Notary Public Cottages to ,Rent.
with the remark and the strong inferences j

that the poor thing had never So alarming has 'the rush from the 9 a. m. Parade of the Florida Volunteer Firemen's Association 61.97 Post-Office Building North of Poiuclana Hotel. j
.
realized the sensation of rural districts in France
become
corn and oata. that TUESDAY, and Jacksonville Fire Department Welcome address by Hon.

uked.What do you call your horse?" was the interfere Government has been requested to HOYEMEB 9. R. D. Knight, Mayor of Jacksonville. A prize of$z5.oo will be i 1

,
and
devise some means by awarded for member of the Association with
Company largest
"Cyclone, and don't he took it?" replied which the mad exodus to cities be
the man from the rural districts. can number of men in parade. (See daily papers fur route.) 1

"Cyclone! What a name I He certainly prevented.this The most effectual barrierto 2 p. m. Championship Hose Reel Conks ist prize Championship Cup and THOS. NOONEY & SONS 1d d

looks as if one had struck him. movement would be a financial (150( cash; 2d prize, Ocala Contest Cup and$75 cash; 3d prize, $25 cash. .

"That's what happened to him my system that would furnish farmers some 8p.m. Trades Display with illuminated floats by the merchants and business .

friend. It was just like this. You re- reward for their toil. men of Jacksonville. (See daily papers for route.)

member the awful breeze we had out to From being the most solid of pursuits, Commission MerchantsIMPORTERS '

Tpsilanti about three years ago? This agriculture has been reduced by con eeoec ,

feller was a tucking colt at the time ested and fluctuating markets, and
a. m. Hoof and Ladder Contest. Florida Volunteer Fire-
9
and was in the barn with
two horses. Icious financiering, to a species, of -
The cyclone, regular old hummer, came opelesa: YEDXCSDAY, men's Association. If two or more teams enter the prizes will .
gambling, with all the ,odds
aloug and thrashed, the barn off its legs against the producer. HOYEIBER10. be: 1st prize Jacksonville Trumpet and $75 cash; 3d prize $.SOin Foreign and Domestic /' :

and .dropped it nigh on to 100 yardlIW&1. cash. If only one team enters, a prize of the Jacksonville
After the twister had This being the case, it is small wonder .
raised all
Trumpet and Iso in cash will be awarded.
the bob, fences and sheds it could that the laborers in France are leaving Fruits and Produce
we Coupling Contest tat prize Gold Badge. (offered by PhiL C. Clark) and $loin 3
went out to look things up. The two their plows in their furrows and betake ,
cash; 2d prize, |io in cash.
horses were stone dead and the colt- lug themselves to the nearest towns and
Special Rlce/tJT Foremen. Foot Race toot ards. Price, fine Officer's Lantern
.
would you before it?-was nowhere to cities in search of support. WHOLESALE
be found. presented by PhiL C. Clark. CROCERS
The last touches an artist to his
"Neit day 'I turned over the hencoop wk, the lightest and brightest puts lines in 3 p. m. National Circuit Meet, L. A. W. Sanction, under auspices of Jacksonville ,

which lay in the field half a mile the Wheelmen at Panama Park Track.. This track is a one-third mile,'cement

away Bight in that coop and laying composition" are known as "high surface and equal.to any in the United States, \ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Io-28'97 ,
lightS and
this
to
on the door which faced down was the depressing picture 1

colt Ha commenced kicking when he there are two "high lights" that go far AMATEUR RACES. .

heard us, and we took him out in a towards redeeming it from its forbid- Novice Race ist prize, Silver Cupt value|io; ad prize, Bicycle Suit value$6.

harry. He wasn't scared a bit, I tell ding aspect. One Mile Open ist prize Custom Made Suit of Clothes, value$30; 2d prize, ESTABLISHED 1874.
yon and wu cool as a encumber The One is the fact that the agriculturist
Single Wardrobe, value $20; 3d prize Banquet Lamp, value f 10 ,
neighbors say they saw the coop goin is more his own master than the follower --Conducting a legitimate banking business :
One Mile Handicap. 1st prize Gold Watch, value $25; ad prize Overcoat,
through the air and the colt after it
of commercial lines '
any other art or craft, and the other value$15 3d prize, 34 dozen White Shirts Custom Made value upon strictly i iFirst
The little feller caught the coop and ; $so; 4th prize,
that he incurs
got inside of it to save himself, that'swhat the least danger of becoming Pair of Shoes, value 5.

he did. That's the plain truth ; a superfluous item and is the Two Mile Prize Clock and .
Handicap 1St Candelabra value $30; 2d price National Bank of Florida
and if yon don't believe it ask the colt least tempted to mad devices for self- Combination Writing Desk and Book Case value $m; 3d prize Shaving Set value 'I

Good day, atrangerLDetroia Free :obliteration, fearing that he may have |io; 4th prize, Stetson Hat value $5. ,
Presi survived hts usefulness. There are few .

recruits from agricultural ranks for that PROFESSIONAL RACES. -ATJacksonville F t
PATENT APPLICATIONS.
body of veterans of whom it is said
: All professional prizes payable in gold.,

The YM Majority of ThOM Beat t 0 WathUflorn "The most thet can do is to cultivate a One Mile Open ist prize, 175; 2d prize$35; 3d prize, J,:so; 4th prize,$ro; 5th Florida, t
Are Rejected. I cheerful despair." Instead they say prize, $5Two. l

The applications for patents filed average !with Girard: "When death comes hewill Mile Open. rat prize, Jico: 2d prize $40; 3d prize, Jao; 4th prize $10 Solicits the business of merchants planters and fruit growers. AU accounts have t
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about 125 a day There are 85 :. find me busy. I can plant' to-day. 5th prize, $5- .personal attention. J f

principal examiners, with perhaps 200 if I die to-morrow," Two Mile Handicap 1st prize, $60; 2d prize, $30; 3d prize, $iS; 4th prize, Draft on England and th. Continent bought and sold +I
assistants. Every examiner and
every I In this one respect the agriculturist isan ,$10; 5th prize, {5.
on favorable teirn .
assistant examiner has his
own specialty. -
i "upcrowned king;" he may abdicate, RACE FOR eta MEMBERS ONIY.
Let take the
us of f
case say a poor i but can never be compelled"to resign? JAMES H. SCHUMACHER, President R. C. COOLEY, Cashier. ;
Inventor living in Oregon. He makes a One-Third Mile 1St prize, 25 Fine Cigars value $2.50; 2d prize, last man in
i He is never called upon to pass through 10-21-97 J
valuable invention and desires to obtain furnishes cigars.Exhibition .
a patent. He sends his applicationwith the tragical experience of those who.are 'J
i
of Trick and Fancy Riding by Clarence McLean the world renowned -
$15 to the commissioner of pat- equestetfto step down and out that rider.

ents. It is referred to the examiner having their place be filled by a
may younger There must be two or more starters than numbers of prizes given or they will J
charge of that peculiar class of in- or more handsome man.Ianyand"varled The D Co I
be down in .
cut number accorringly.Entry Raymond Knight :
ventions. It is his duty to reject it if as are his disadvantages ;
,
anything can be found on which to base for each event 50 cents. Entries close November 4th. All entries :
they are amply atoned for in
a rejection. Nearly 600,000 patents must be accompanied by fee and sent to W. M. Stockton Chairman Race Committee I
and
serene old
have been granted\\n the United States. self-respecting age. Jacksonville, Fla. -WHOLESALE-
(Concluded next week )
and probably more'than 1,000,000 in E. H. S. Among the riders of national reputation will be present are Bald Cooper, .

the rest of the world. If any of these S--- Kiser Meitens, Hoyt, Butler, Wells Coleman, McFarland Stevens, Johnson, t _; ,
Housefurnishing '
anticipate the invention the examiner Kimble, Randall, Price, Hadfield Aker aud Freeman. : ; _
most reject the application. It is not Com to. Plorlds.Florida's .
....- 8. p. m. ,$2300 Display of Fireworks will be exhibited on the grounds Main :
necessaryjthat exactly, the same thing '
should haTe existed before for if anything world-wide fame -as an ideal street between Fourth and Fifth streets., tie exhibition will include a number of ---Goods \..:

set pieces and all 1897 novelties in fireworks. '. '. :; -0( '
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substantially similar can be found habitation for: winter as well as summers '- .
y .
the applicant mast go to the wall But too well known and proven to be con- ... .-' '
men than this if anything similar has -oeoe.ooo. ;
tended over. It ever a region held out We extend a cordial invitation to
been described in printed publication
any -
in any language anywhere in the hopes for a fountain of eternal youth, THURSDAY, 9 a, m. Military Parade by Infantry and Artillery Companies all East Coast Merchants to

world or if without being patented or i ours does most certainly. Every point NOVEMBER of the First Battalion Florida State Troops and visiting' com

described in print it has been used any- ,climatic and otherwise, is m Florida's panies. (See daily papers for route.) make their headquarters with us

where in the United States the exam- favor 10:30 a. m. Grab Race. Florida Volunteer Firemen's Asssociation. tat prize, Gala Week. <

iner should reject It is the healthiest spot on earth, and '100 cash; 2d prize, Iso cash; 3d prize,''25"cash. during 10.21-97

The rub comes all the time upon the the most beautiful. None will be disappointed Consolation Race. Prize, $25 cash. Open to teams of nine men who have ;fit
degree of similarity which will constitute who visits this State. ., Y
glorious not won any prize. Cart with 200 feet of hose all coupled up spanner tight; run :

& tremendous an anticipation responsibility of the, invention.it will be Yet the time has come when Florida 300 yards to hydrant, connect lay too feet hose, break coupling put on pipe and Seed Potatoes, Beans, Tomatoes, Etc. r
claims the attention of the outside world
get water at nozzle.
seen, is thus thrown upon the examiner.He BEANS-Green Pod Earliest Valentine., 1,000'10
: Early Mohawk. Imp. Refugee Refugee
r.
for other than.her natural
purely attrac- 2 p. m. Meeting of Mayors and Councilmen of the State of Florida in
wants to be safe. It is both hit City Best of All, per bushel,$Z.SO.
pride and his duty not to allow a patentto tions. Aside from the fact ,that ours is Council Chamber. Address of welcome by Hon. R. D. Knight Mayor. BEAN&Rust-Wax Proof Nod Golden: Imp W ax Golden, per bushel Wax,,S)Black.oo. Wax, Wardwell's Kidney Wax Detroit Wax,

go out that ought to have been re- the only Gulf State which kept yellow 4 p. m. Delivery Prizes to winners of contests Florida Volunteer Firemen's Then are Special I/iw Prices,intended to introduce my business on the lower East Const,. red
jected. The is that jack there other things in her are onlyrual whew order i.aicompauird by tin advertimiuent.Write .
consequence a great away are Association. ,
fur Market Gardener's Wholesale Prices or use Henderson Thorburn'a, Bul-t's, L Ddreth's -
many examiners reject almost everything favor. 8 p. m. Fantastic Parade in costume by military companies, secret orders<<: ,Burpee's.Johiwoa and Stoke's,Gregory's,Livingston's or terry's.
Mail Order filled on same day as received.
on the first examiuatioa No matter Her industries are countless her*resources labs, and other organizations. Iso cash prize to the most unique costumed com-
how broadly new the invention BURTON It. BARRS Seedsman
maybe boundless. invested in
Capital pany. (See daily papers for route.) ,
be found that
eomethiug always
is akin to it The can nearest thing that can Florida is never lost. It will increase 9 p. m. Grand Military Ball and opening of Duval County New Armory. 10-2191 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .

be found rapidly with years. Those who help to
is used as a basis for rejectionWashington
Star.Mydertoa. develop this wonderful State will in a oeoecaoa .
DO NOT FORGET.. ...
decade or so reap illimitable benefits
10 a. Convention of and Councilmen of the
m. State of
Mayors !
,
Glau Balls from
their work. Capital is all that
The small island of Billiton between florida needs to rank ,first with other FRIDAY. Florida, in the City Council Chamber. 'Russell{ 1 & Co.

Sumatra and Borneo, has long been famous more prosperous states. NOVEMBER_ [ 12. 3 p..m. Contention of State Good Roads Association, at Boardof ,

for its rich tin mines which are Trade Rooms.
Ye of the North, where every avenue
controlled the Dutch In
by government. of work is crowded,come to Florida and -oeoeo4ca DRUGGISTS.
describing the geology of Billiton be-
double thousands-there is better
fore your no -
the Royal Academy of Sciences in
Amsterdam recently Mr. Verbeek gave place as yon will soon find out. EXTRA ATTRACTIONS.The .

an account of the mysterious "glass Come to Florida.-Pensacola. News. following attractions will also appear in Jacksonville during the Gala WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF

balls of Billiton," which are found -+...-- Week, &t the Opera House. Druggist Sundries toilet 4rticlesPerfumCs'
of the tin ,
among some ore deposits.They Novembers. Minstrel Vaudeville show, Jacksonville Rifles Glee Club.
are round with grooved surfaces. Conjure With Corn Bread.
Similar balls are occasionally found in ... November 9. The Tragedy "Romini." -- and patent Medicines.

Borneo and Java, as well as in Australia Some of our State papers are accusinga November Entertainmentfor benefit of Ex.Confederate Veterans' Home.

ilr. Verbeek thinks they cannotbe Florida editor of writing the follow- November//. Mr. Walker Whiteside in "The Man in Black." A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies. ";

artificial and there are no volcanoes tag:

near enough to support the, theory that "As a steady diet corn bread is the Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service.
they are volcanic bombs. Besides, he most hateful fodder on earth. In .
the glassy rocks produced by the that in far
says the days were golden
nearest volcanoes are quite different in other time, when flour was scarce 6-1-97 Seminole Block, West Palm Beach.

their nature from the material of the and apt to be worm. when yams WAIT !

balk He suspected that the mysterious had gone out of season, and appetiteswere ,
objects from theYolauoei things to strike an observer
were ejected ages ago
of the and afterward with well-grounded horror-thtn 5 WHIT !
fell the earth.moon corn bread could be endured. It U. D. HENDRICKSON
upon had to be. But not now. ,

Once in a way and a while it will WAIT .
A ftammcr Core. do to try a little-not for food, but .

In a news item in The Sun a doctor to conjure with, to bring up the daysof AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. General Merchandise
is quoted as saying that a day's absten youth and hunger and sport and

tion from food will cure summer complaint niggers and persimmons and musca
dines and black haws and chinca- Mrs. J. Frank will return from New York in two
Some years ago the writer cured pins and trapping partridges and wetkswith Large Stock of -. Wholesale Oils, ninfliinir
dysentery of several weeks' duration by Salt liiOuSriBS Parts t
twisting rabbits out of hollow trees Gasolines, 76 and 86. ,
taking few doses of tht
a wineglasiful \ and squine1 shooting and hickorynut "foodies'and Gents'ess
following formula at half hour intervals and bog I'illin' time and 'pos- qturnis'Aings,

-via. a tablespoonful of table salt and sum and taters aid cuttin' bee trees Hats Caps Sloes Dry Goods Seeds Ms
two of cider vinegar in a pint of water. and coon hunting-such stuff as rjadies ; :* Goads a SpeciaZtH oming. ,

I The relief was permanent. The remedy dreams are made of, corn bread is A Full Line ol the Latest Styles in
Was recently used by a person suffering all right. But for bread making
Seiin Machines I Hardware
from a customary summer complaint, purposes it is a fraud and a sham." $ SHOES $ [ .

! and two doses effected a cure of tho From the way it reads we should sy a

I complaint-E. R. IX in New York Sun. the writer was a reconstruction immigrant Agent for Mapes'and Williams*ClarV'n Fertilizers

from old Virginia, and so far .beyond .-
1 The late Duke of Marlborough in alluding the sere and yellow leaf stage as The Boston Store Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor

I to the size of Blenheim palace to be at least superannuated and tooth- Boats 75 Feet in Length and Under,
t used to say, by way of a joke that it
less-Editona ishis home. MRS. J. FRANK Prop'r.Seminole I
,
4 wasthe only residence in England Steamers -

t which required 4.000 worth of putty a Block, on Banyan Street WEST PALM BEACH. "Lake \V orthtt and "Gladys"On "-!'

II year to keep the window panes: in order. Nothing but a narrow, insignificantand II-J-W7

partially dried up.brain will continually Lake Worth
Tomintoul, in Banffshire, Scotland
show its at successful contt -
I is the highest village above sea level in anger Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonville
m:>oraries. Such spoutings only show
Scotland if not in Britain. Until recently -
-
selfish littleness and a confession of their Free peirerjr boat on rake Worth.
this village was comparatively ZQriQ fOt' ; Q z. l

uik&owB. _la Uw, towUt! irwWi -T .p.KB degeneracy-take Butler Bulletin, w-i-97 Lake Worth, :Florida


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e THE TROPICAL SIFT. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA, 1'IItmSDAY; NOVEHBKll.4; 18at;: y,
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ESTABLISHED t875.

DESCENDANTS OF PILGRIMS. SUMMER FASHIONS. A GRAND. ,GALA WEEK Subscribe for -Bi Sm

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Sir Walter Bciaat FlgurM Tbut Than Ethereal Eflteta Product With UgktH __s.__ William A. Bours & Co.f
An 18,000 Ia .*!-erlei l riaJ -Pof>iUr.t7 of rasa Sleeve

Many people in America claim descent It has been decided for this season Jacksonville is Making Great Pre- Great BargainAT '
from the pilgrim fathers. There mightbe that; light colors and light materials are : '
a VEry considerable number, if we to be worn over silk,and ornamentedwith parations For,.This Event '" Grain Garden Seeds and Fen

come to think of it For instance let lace in every form-insertions, ... .

us IS tune too number of married people frills flounces. yokes etc. It is em- and Jacksonville Fro'
Begin .
It Will Xorember 8th Last Until St &.
6 East Bay -
among the first hundred who survived phatically a lace sean.! Many of the $500 If Taken At Once. ,
Xorcmbcr tnh-Low Railroad Rates Offered t
the first winter as 20 couples. Wewill summer gowns are covered with rip -
allow them three children apiece. pling flounces cr ruffles of the dress material -Splendid Amusements 811 the Pr.- ACRES We Handle Only the Beat and Most, Reliable Seed A Complete Stork of '.

We will each of these children with lace. When insertion gramme..
gin to edged
t*t>-a large allowance it is true. Then is nerd: it ia put in bands round the ,4. of land 50 miles south miles of Palm from Hay Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, CS ,

ve bare for each married couple for skirt, or.wo or three rows of it:; pointed Jacksonville intends to hold a gala Beach within I% ,

the first generation :3 descendants; for ia frcntiu the form of a V- Black lace week on November Sth, 9th, loth, nth railroad and depot. 15 acres of Colon Seed Meal, Both BriPt

the second C; for the third, 12; fcr the over white silk is very much in favor and nth, and this city will on that occa- this land is fine,high hammock, t I ,

fouith. 24; for the fifth 43; for the with a sash. scarf cf soft silk or black just the land for oranges. .Most -AT WHOLESALE -
sion and hospitably entertain all who
.u:b. 96; for the seventh, 192; for the ribbon. try of the remainder tome within its environs.
ightb! 234; for the ninth and the present The effort is toward lightness and .. for pineapples. For information Yertilirere-Giaraeteed Analysis, Orange Tree aid -
good &SuL
generation. 768, and for the crig- ethereal effects. White is. very much There will be bicycle races by crack Star Druid GroorA Bole. Nitrate Soda, Ilartstaot t'otaab. Sntpkate _
iril :20 married conplts, 15,360. So worn. Sashes continue to bee conspicuous cyclers (from all over tbe country); fire- ,call on TheN feniliun.have DO>pertor i.the' Market,and a trial a>Ucms

that the living descendants of the Mayflower fratcre, and collar effects are of fre- men's tournament(in which all the fire J. H. LIVINGSTON Send for Catalogue

pilgrims can hardly be more than quert occurrence en dress bodices.A !. companies in the State will compete); ,

Jbc a! l ,OOo. Oat of these a great many I welcome feature observable is the military and fantastic parade, fireworks, Massey Block,
Lava probably clean forgotten their de- unlined lace sleeve. Ail sorts of finish
UH1'EsT PALM BEACH. FLA.
trades display etc etc.. etc. In short,
&..c:::_ Probably there are Dot anythinglike appear at the shoulder, such as frills, T. V. CASHEN
everything will be done to entertain the
J ),000. little poufs and the like, but the very ,
If I were an American I should certaiuly latest sleeve is without any cf these people who come.

like to be one of that 10,000. epaulet additions.! Mcst sleeves are Special low rates have been obtained Fans Wanted Fiery he ere.

Kct that I feel the leaft attraction to a trimmed, the favorite mode being shirring "from the railroad companies and hotels "- .Manufacturer of and Du
What have
We nell Farms quickly for cash. roe
Borrow and fanatic religion bat because i cording or tucking from top to and Jacksonville endeavor to make for sale or exchange? AS SON H. RUSSELL. &
the pilgrim fathers made so fiercea bottom. IO.,Akron Ohio. 10 21w.wwww
t the trip of all who come a pleasant ore.
fight for existence and a place where Among this season's revivals are
Now
,Jacksonville is the metropolis of
they could think as they pleased and crepe de chine and white glace silk. YELLOW FINE LUmB
the State, and the people of this city ear-
allow no one else to thick as he might The latter is used for accordion plaited
please. Ancestry in this country at skirts and the former takes kindly to nestly desire to be more"in touch"with HOTEL Tie PalmsNow

least, is chiefly a matter of selection. j tucking and shining. A beautiful gownin their fellow citizens. This gala week .

The people who keep up their genealogies -! fine white lawn with insertion of festival is gotten up for the purpose of Gjy .And Timbef

drop ont as they go along numberless .i butter colored lace over silk illustrates bringing the rest of the State into closer Open for Winter Travel. .

branches. People who wish to the employment of trimmings on bodice relationship with the people who live in .. "

recover their genealogies have got to'' and skirt in the form of a V. Equally the 1aJxest'city in Florida, and for this Mouldings. Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Woi
"hitch en" at cne of the dropped I Ibranchu. 1 attractive is a gown in black and white All Modem Improvements Electric _',

Every marriage in a genealogy -I I gauze over white silk with insertions 1 reason we hope to see many thousand Bells, Baths, Etc. Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable
here that occasion.
ia a kind cf junction where many I I of lace and small puffings of chiffon. : people on Jackson-

r lines may meet. Sow the business of I Hats continue moderate in size, except yule is growing more,rapidly than any $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY. Jacksonville Florida. ifl.

c the genealogist is to look up all the janetionst j\ the remtrandt: which is always other city in the South, and all Floridians Address-. ,

to follow up each one and to large. Very handsome feathers are used, no doubt are proud of this fact, "

cheese the line which offers the most but we want our friends in the State to "THE PALMS

dssir&ble alliances. Some years ago: an see for themselves, and we trust there 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida. "Small and sure profits,of tea i -
ingenious gentleman offered to find J4 J I
royal of modem
will be a generous outpouring of our are the foundation
descent for cne fcr .t'iO down.
any people during the gala week. A warm
He did it He said
too quite honestly. .
that if yon could only get back 100 welcome will be given everybody who Ship Fruit .

years or so it was perfectly easy to con comes. i
1 nect with Edward I or Edward IIL- ,. YyA Don't- you think that you can arrangeto Us your And \ A T l III.That r

Sir Walter Eesant in Louden Queen. bring your family also?You will.enjoy Products Vegetables.We -

r the trip. Don't forget the date, Novem-
">>7 OWB Note." berglh, loth, nth and 12th. Jackson. will sell them for you at the .
I have made in a number of years of ville will, give you a warm welcome. Highest Market Prices and will can fit you and jiteyoaf
wiriR
ardent collection quite a library cf my I .74f make Prompt Returns., work at popular price .

own notes and the fact that 1 have al- your patronage. We stake
J. & Co.
Albert
4i Bucky
J'eadylied two-thirds of my probable Wool Suit to order for |Mi5.ooasdfi6oa ,
f tether of life and am a. "buccaneer" oft f !
Commission Merchants | Better oies
the newspaper world by sires of circumstances fI I fi dMarket ,
sometimes gives me a pang.I i 14 Main St., JACKSONVILLE FLA. 4- $2o.cU J $22.50. $2J.SO sad

recognize the ludicrousness cf my collection ft I References: Any Merchant in Jacbou iUe.
Is Prepared to Supply I Write for a Stencil. 10-21-97
for an impossible future of comfort t "r PANTS to order, $2.75, $3.00, $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 and $6an.
; and leisure for even ono possible you with <4
MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Sample.and Self-Meaauremeaton !
posthumous work. I have never had r ,
leisure to produce one whole or complete ErUMEB TOILETS. Good Meats at Lining Prices. A. B. Campbell application.LIVV.
I piece of literature and probablynever with torbanbke twists of tulle round ,

shall have a day's leisure in my : the crowns and large bows of ribbon. qt'sslt. "EJo'lt (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House)
Capotes take rather the beret shape, The Popnlar Price Tl
i life but; this irony cf fate does not; deter I Jacksonville, Florida.
me. | made of soft, pliable straw, with flow beef, I

I like collector of of era feather tips rosettes of tulle, eta ,
am a specimens I ouz>rrg5qn3 PIANOSOEGANS OBTillt'
13:1am St Jac
butterflies He will never learn to fly, i White veils are esteemed most dressy. : ,
Those cf tulle with black spots are the eggs.
or the secret of it, or anything in particular n .
>Bert becoming. It is rumored that the '
but he goes on collecting.I i E We do Dyeing, Cleaning and Repairing.LITTLE w.-
shall never write the books of the bonnet is fast superseding the hat Native Meats a specialty.Your .

sketch skeletons u my imagination, but among married women whether young Best Makes, Lowest Prices,
I shall certainly continue to make endless I| or middle aged. Toques and bonnets in Patronage Solicited. Easiest Terms.

preparations for a posthumous library ,! consequence are assuming increased im Sheet Music, Music Books and Small
cf according to my schemes and portauce. Picturesque hats with low Market on Banyan Street Instruments of All Kinds at Rock BROS.

plots and themes some 1,000 sturdy crowns are loaded with ostrich feathers 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH .....Bottom Prices..... ..
volumes. i which are again to the fore. Indeed Write for Free CataJuitue. 9-17-97

: The world of readers may thank God their popularity is a noticeable feature

r perhaps that these books will net appear -j I of the season.! JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President Fertilizer 8 ptyospfyate Qomp; ,,1
Ostrich boas included in
are every
in print: but I am Just mad i Clematis Avenue
RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, VicePresident.THOS.
: wardrobe. the neckruffs
1 I enough to gut acme zest in life out of Very becoming are
P. DENHAM, Cashier. Jacksonville Florida.
making, in isasination: these schemes made of colored and white chiffonthe ,
edges fringed with ostrich featherflues StoreWest JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.
,, for lOOk!! that can never be written. Supply -::

Perhaps: it is as Ease an occupation a3'
old chins collecting stamp collecting, I! As to the capes, they are very short- ::- Palm Beach, Florida, // you are requiring Fertilizers for .
button colLcticg and to jump to the wide pelerines, in fact-cf light silk
extreme of Philistinism, the collection richly embroidered or spangled lace, J. D. MA THIS Proprietor. National Bank of Vegetables Pineapples, Etc, write to .

cf dubious old masters, mostly daubs. also plaited: tulle. Imported ones direct (Sncccuer t.Bringing'.Bakery and. Gravy c.) us and we can give you more value .
I confess this speculation eeezcs to me''I from Paris, made in black chiffon, com-
to be a fad co wiser. Locking at it from bined with Eilk or gauze, the pattern My otto-"Quick Sale and Small ProQu.r for your money titan any other Manufacturer .

tiy thick point what(,view a library, as these a bock daubs: lover would, I Some outlined cf them with take cord the are form very of effective.a bolero Bakery Goods and ,the State of! Florida or Dealer in this State or .

. buy.-Lotus. 'I with wing sleeves. Others are merelythe Family Groceries from any other State. Write for palm .
short fashionable cape. It is predicted

Broke the Spell. I that this summer will see. the .....My Specialty '----TRANSACTS A- phlets, prices, etc., to above address.;
last cf and that in the autumnthe
to the time of election capes
Up Cleveland's Goods delivered free to any part
?
i; wra a popular superstition with poli-j shape cf vihite-mantlct will reap of the City or across the Lake. GENERAL BUNKING BUSINESS.

ticiiun that no caixlij-ta whosa name : pear. ALICE V AlU"t:3L AM Orders Given Prompt Attention. I
began with the letter C could be elected
Goods and
;'' Delicious Cordiale.The First-Class Fresh. Highest
to the presidency. The iCea arose from nest delicious ccrdials are distilled prices paid for country produce.
1 The
Southern Fuel
the fact that nor man whose surname i I Accounts of Bankers and Supply CoMt-Wholesale .
presented this peculiarity, no matter from sugar loaf pineapples and Buy of me and I w ill Bare you money. 6-i-g? ,-
also from peaches The New York Tribune -
r bow strong be was with the people, bad Merchants, Manufacturersand
gives these directions for making And Befall D al.r. IB-. I
ever teen successful at the Tberewere
polls. .
them: tore Individuals solicited....
two Ciintcns George aud DeWitt {i I Jew (
'I ,
Peel and cut the pineapples in small
William IL Crawford i Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Coo
Henry Clay i
I: pieces or chop the cores left after mak- ,
Lewis Casa and a number of others, ing preserves Put the fruit, with its .Jew (goods 4. Capital ad Sup Ins $$190,000.Issue
_ who though their prospects! seemed .
, juice, in a porcelain lined kettle end ent Shingles and Laths.
bright indeed met with a defeat when ,
add tcccgh, warm water to fill the New
it came to the test' Several cf thus C's, ( Frices.....

George; Clinton and Henry Clay, for instance .1 I spaces betweEn simmer the until pieces.it la Let thoroughly the pineapple We welcome all our oM friends and our own drafts to all the princi- Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick]

were sirens: candidates: : several .'-pllwulUl.c.'OC'di.llyin.ite..nngers pal cities in Great Britain, Holland,
then strain it all
cocked pressing out
to visit us. .
timed, but could "make the
never Belgium, France, Switzerland
,
i the juice from the pulp. Allow about Italy,
nflo."Pittsburg Dispatch. Watche<7;Clocks; Jewelry and .
| half a pound cf sugar to a pint of the ....Optical Goods Spain Portugal and Germany.

Section of a Kentucky I'edlge.e.Bob I I liquid. Let the sirup thus formed boil Office 408 West Bay Street

Jolly of Cave City has a hand- for ten minutes then add an equal Fine. Watch and Jewelry Repairing JacksonvilleFlorida
quantity cf the best; cooking brandy. Neatly and Satisfactorily Done. S.Z79iWest
in 1798 It
law purchased in Virginia.
Bottle the cordial and keep it six mouths Ya2S97Jacksonville Florri.i
was bought in that year by the grandfather Only Optician in the City. Eye tested' ,
before csir: ? it. frees by latest approved methods. The new
of the Otter brothers the well E. H.DIM ICK .
Mdke peach cordials in the same way; store wi 1 be in charge of Prof. rank Idner, ,
,I ,
known Lcuisvi11e'merchants., who are CraduateOpticianof Kii g'a Optical, Col- Proprietor -
using fine White Heath peaches and lcte.; e'ork- =-
co spring chickens at this: writing ,
adding one-quarter of {he blanched ker- Daily papers and Pevlodloals..
then:selvcs. Mr. Otter, the grandfather, Palm
lids, cut; into thin strips. Serve these E.WINCHENBACH
Manager.
F.M.BmTTltsr
shortly after moved to Kentucky and
G. W. IDNER & SON
ccrdials in the tiny glasses that come ,
the with him. i
brought Mr.
saw Jolly
for the purpose with ice cream and deli- 1st Door South Russell&('o.',Drug Store
has owned the saw for 43 years. The Seminole Bliick. Call on us Beach
cate cakes wafers. 10-21-97 FLORIDA
or MACHINE ORKI!
rear wheels cf the wagon in which Mr.

Otter made his trip to Kentucky from Woman Ia Tennla.Despite -
Virginia are still to be seen on the place Drug
the vaunted -ADAMS'-
cf Mrs. Caleb Freeman in the Cave physical superiority
of the masculine sex, lawn tennis Iron and Brass j
City cc.ltry. These are about 100 years ...... Castings.
old.-Glasgow Times. has been taken up almost as successfully '..-Store.DEALERS .
by women as by men. The women's City 1VIattket.U General

A Smart I11 J kr. championship tournament held at Philadelphia Repairing Promptly and Accurately Dog

"Yardsley donated a caster worth 97 demonstrated this fact beyond you eat MEAT..... L iron Building Columns, Saab WeighU and Crate Ban a SfoKlall1. tihaI1int.
dispute. There are few American ,
sports Pulleys Hanger and Boxea in 1'a'.WIctL
centa to the minister and put a tag on Stock. Saw Mandrels U all tot'
which offer the pleasure and excitementof you want good meat, and thatis
it marked $16.If
tennis without personal danger and ,the kind always on hand- SUGAR MILLS. -
Yesl""Well .
the parson took the article to which can be enjoyed by both sexes I Native and Western, "*". Drugs, Toilet Articles .
equally and tennis has been justly i Office and
Yardsley's store yesterday and traded it pop. Shops at End of Viaduct in Rivcn tlc.
Fresh
liar for this reason says a contributor and Smoked,
-.. for dry goods.! Yardsley'a smile won't to The Puritan, who adds: The difference 10-21"97 JACKSONVILLE no
be able to be out again for six weeks. Salt and Pickled Fine ,
in skill between men and women Stationery and
Harper's Bazar. and none but the best.A .
-
who play tennis well ia great, but is -

JIJ t.1hble. probably due mere to the handicap of Clean Market and Polite Attention.
dress than physical shortcoming, al- Mail order PrumpUy Filled. Druggist Sundries.
"The >$1,000 beauty had to get a divorce
though both factors be taken
must; into Plants
Strawberry
from the human ostrich. The Old Stand-On'' Clematis Ave.
account The fin de siecle American woman -
"Why? PrescriptionsCarefully Compounded
might with West Palm Beach.
compete men on an
"Ha kept swallowing" her curling equal footing if complete dress reform East Coast Business Solicited AH Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN J. .

)yttq and hairpin* -Chicago Record In iport were brought atouL 7-1-97 GEQ.. S, ADAM?, M'gr, WEST PALM u ;\e1J: U1Q6, & CO., M LBOURNE, FLORIDA, for Special Price List .just.*!

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THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, HOVBlllBEB 4. '1891. 1 ..}1,
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FEWEST FOOTWEAR. DELICATE.DESSERTS.. ;

Creams to Tempt FUfglnj Appetite, City Directory. MR9.tLB.STEPHESS.COCOASTJT.GKOTE_ _Iutl'1lltor HOUSE'Is

BICYCLING From Good Bouekeeplac. ,.. W.J.SHUNk? COCOA. FUJaC.-.l. en1NJr THE EARMAN
'
I Almond charlotte russe a dish fit fora OFFICERS MR&JEJXSTT OBE. '
. .. ......... CHAI'f. ,"..Instructor
king requires a pint of thick sweet F. LAMOND --" MayorE. A. r. LANli
{f. .GLENN ___. __Clerk.H -Snperrtour now open for Winter Travel.
..IM. B.!.. of tk. Pointed Toe Is 'Fait.Feotgar cream white of an egg a' half ounce LIVINGSTON ?..._ _A.uaIor svKa.ca.ADB.* i. .
of gelatin 2 tablespcotf of sugar a UEO. H. MALTBY_ Treasurer MINNIE 1(. IU Y_... ,,.,.. :Iistrnetor 3eat of Accommodations.:
la Colon to If ieh ? "
the c- ED. A. GRAHAM ....._ .......Marohal
WSt FISH ER. .,...,
teaspooifnl of almond extract. Put the ? ? ,opermor Table Best the Market Affords.IH .
Low abets .
Bicycling-Special
gelatin in just enough water to dissolve LMTOS.
. ..... For Golf BOARD OF ALDERMEN. in CUo-
. it. While this is slowly dissolving'whip W.A. H.HOBBS-lastraetorBOYNT05. .
--is' ... Rates Rf Distance from the
Stlpt'nillor usuna ble. Short Depot.
the to froth.
Dame Fashion that the cream a Whip the whiteof
says pointed' GEO.W. POTTER. .. ._ President .
.
bee ii out of date. The (sensible women egg and mix: it with the cream. As OHN B BE CH._._ ___A.S.- LAMOND MAUI GEE. .. ___IUh1Ittop Add mll
BRANNING ? MRS. S. EAK1TAN
will wear a round toed and comfort- soon as the'gelatin is dissolved boil for UtO.T. A.: S1RAWDERMAN-.GEO.S. AD IMS ._..,CARL SlHKKbNUK HAS. w. WEBCK __8upenl or p. .
able boot but many who are sensible 3 minutes add the sugar and when Council meeting on the tit,and jd Tuesday in PALM BEACH-
D other point will choose the shoe about as warm as milk add the flavoring each month,at 7:30 p. m. MISS L. DEBOGOBt -Instructor 114 97 WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

which makes: her foot look prettiest. and the cream and eggs. Beat the t. !. DIMItK_ __8upervlaor

[ere one sees both round and pointed mixture until cold. Pour over a sponge County Directory.. COLOKKBC I:"
cake that has been baked in a scalloped ANNIE D UGBTBOCR.1I- _Iutnetor
WYS _. ,,.,
tin. Put the cake while to JOHN apenjaor
warm pre-
COUNTY OFFICERS.A.

vent crumbling into a round dish allowing E. HEYSER.....:.. ....... County JuJge Baker & Holmes
the scallops to show at the top a. E. QUIMBy........ ...Circuit Court Clerk ,
t qti then pour the-cream into it, and you ROUT. It.. TAILOR.._ Prosecuting Attorney
B. I. CHI LUNG WORTH_ ?....... Sheriff PATRONIZEThe
have a dish fit for a king. C.C. HAIGHT.. ... ,_ ........-Tax Ai-e8or --{ WHOLESALE DKALX&S IS )- .
Bavarian Cream.-A pint of sweet T.J. HAttUKE! !.............?..?Tu Collector
J. '. LA MOSD. ................Treaaurer
milk a half pint of hot water a pintof FRANKLY SHEES........ ........Surveyor .
.P whipped cream 2M cupfuls sugar z.T. }lEIUIlTT _SapU Public Instruction : Cotton Seed Meal and Fertilizers

a teaspoonful extract of vanilla, a capful COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. < .

of canned or fresh pineapple a cupful N.w. PITTS.Chairman..Lake Worth Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Feed, Grits and HeaL
of chopped English walnuts a half G. W. LAIN HART.. ..._............Palm Beach .
boxful of Dissolve the W. J. SHONE! ......._.......Coooannt Urove
gelatin.
SHOES lOB tim BOUEK.DCS gelatinIn E. U WHITE .... .._ ............Lemon City .
as little water as will cover it Let W. S.TAC":..........?............ -Hobe Sound Materials ---"""
so perhaps we may take our choice .it soak an hour pour' on the hot water Com &liliionen meet ia regular session onL. Building .1
ad still be in the fashion says a writer and when perfectly dissolved add the .* first Weduesdav in each month.

if the following. In the New York Herd milk and sugar and boil ten minutes CObNTY SCHOOL BOARD. ,:
Lime, Brick, Cement, and Plastering llair.,
: briskly. fiemove from the stove and SUPERINTENDENT OF FVBLIC UCSTB.CCTIOH. ,
There are some new stylea in bicycle add the vanilla and cream: Set in a z. T. M ERR1TT! ___.._Lemon City Tropical .* >
hoes and leggings! Many women are cool place and as soon as it begins to XEXBER3 or SCHOOL BOARD. Tough on,Flies/
.J W. :JACKMN.<:-bairmanCott> Grove
iscardiug the leggings and high shoes form stir in the fruit and nuts. One W. U WIDMsYER..._;..__ .. Jupiter Guaranteed to Protect Horses and Cattle against Flies.
or wheeling altogether contending may leave ont the walnuts, and on taking J. W. COMSTOCK__West Palm Bo.adl .

hit a prettily fitted shoe and a neatly from the mold decorate with FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. 9.18 97 Office. Main and Bay Sts., JacksouTille, Florida.
artered stocking are much lees obtru- blanched almonds standing them up- s
XEXBKIU FROM DADS COtrX?T.
de than the distinctive bicycle shoed right in the cream. Keep in a cool E.N. DIMICK. Palm B-ach......._......S legging. Still the shoemakers pro- place until served. B, POTTtR! W Palm Bach Representative
ide high shoes low shoes and leggings White and Yellow.-Whites of 4 ... Suni rJkT J:> '1

nd more of the latter are seen on the eggs, 4 tablespoonfuls of fine whiteconfectioners' State Directory. "

rbeelwomen in town and country thane sugar 3 tablespoonfuls

low oxford ties. of currant jelly. Whip the whites G. G. SPRINGER
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.W.
Paris has never sent us daintier foot- of the eggs to a froth then add the J ,

jear than the exquisite ties, made intoy sugar and jelly beat well together put D. BLOXIIAM........... ... ...Governor
shade to wear with the fluffy be- in small dishes ready to serve and JSt). UCUAWFORD. ... ..Secretary of State
WM. H UKYXOU'S. .........
lawns which the Comptroller
tolay.
ounced are rage pour' around a custard made from the JAMES B. WU1TFIELD........ ...Trea urer lob Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper 01 .
Any color can be procured from yolks of the eggs a cupful of milk wM.B.LAMAR.._..:......Attorney GeneralW. Office1
delicate pink X. SHKATS! .... Supt. Public Instruction
blue
be most
mauve
md 2 of Add
tablespoonfuls sugar. a L. II.WUMKWKLL ........('.oRt. Agriculture .
ille green to the red shoe to be worn little lemon juice to the custard. PATRICK HOUsTON..Aduta.IGeneral _
Ith all black costumes. Then as wom- Spanish Cream.-LEt a pint of W. H. )MILTON JR......... Survelor-Gcneml ;
.
'
Joins in so many of the manly sports, milk part cream come to a boil and Uttce. at Tallahassee Elends.U. ICE ;

ha bootmakers show riding boots golf- stir in the yolks of S eggs beaten to S. SENATORS.

naj shoes and stout walking boots a cream with three-fourths of a cupfulof PASCO........ ..........?.........Koa&lce1loS.
rhich only differ from the male models sugar. Let this come to a boil then K. MALLORY............... ... PensacoU: AND

n their delicacy of form. add half a box of gelatin which has Neat Work 4,
There never was the time when the soaked in a little milk for 15 minutes. U. S. CONGRESSMEN.

comer girl bad to have so much foot Let this all boil thick from EOBT. W. DAYIS .................. ... Palatka
up remove S. 8PAKKMAN ......... .........Tampa
[ear as now. There are just 16 styles of the stove and stir in the whites of the Distilled Water

hoes which she should have and if eggs' beaten stiff. Flavor with vanilla
SUPREME JUDGES.M.
he is ambitious to exhibit different into awet mold and set the ice. .
pour on H. MABET.................. Chief Justice .
arieties of each style the total could This is often used in place of ice cream. a'. B. CARTER ............. .Aa ociate Justice j

silly be swelled to 60. Just why a I R. F. TAYLOB-.............. Promptlyt
;lrl needs at least 16 pairs of shoes can I BaD&Ba Charlotte. Refrigerators Ice Chests, Mim and ,

easily told. In the first place when I Soak a third of a box or IK tablespoonfuls R. E. COMMISSIONERS. .- ,

he gets up in the morning she of of granulated gelatin in a
ores thrusts her feet in her bathing third of a cup of cold water. Heat a R. H. M. DA nDSO .Quincy, U..Chairaan later Coolers.
DAY___ ______Gainesville
to the cup of banana pulp-1 bananas peeled .H. ? _? Executed a aFACTORIES
Uppers preparatory morning and ricer-in the J. M. BRYAN.._.. __ _...._......KksJ""''
tath., When her morning toilet is com- pressed through a upper JGHN U NEELEY.JR. Clerk.._ __Arcadia.
tleted, she discards the bathing slippers part of a double boiler. When the
Headquarter and offices of the Board at Tab ,.
ith the round toe< and flat heel and pulp is thoroughly scalded add a scant ;ahaasee. ;
dons her breakfast slippers. An hour cup of sugar. When the sugar is dissolved -I -- ..' i
after breakfast it is time to think of themorning' remove the boiler from-the fire I Geliefai .;.;< -'%.. -, .. Cocoa and West Palm-Beach. i

fun. It may be a brisk runawbeel. and strain the gelatin, over which a Directory AT

a visit to the golf links, aloneback third of a cup of boiling water has been Jan 17-tf

ride a long walk or a yachts poured into it Add also the juice of a CALENDAR

trip any one of which requires apecial lemon or an orange or a fourth of a (Seventh Circuit.) .

kind of footgear.For cup of pineapple or currant juice. J.D. BROOM&...........;.......Circuit Judge ,,
the bicycle there are three styles, Set the mixture into a pan of ice water J. D. BEGU3 ;............. .State'Attorney :

md the one that baa suddenly gainede to cooL Just before it begins to set SPRING TERM.'

>e most popularity is the low shoe, OdCHola Orange County- tat*II Monday" March." REASONA.LE J

'sshioued somewhat like the ordinary Lake 4tb" O. W. WEYBREOHT
Volusia II ja April.
with laces. At
ixford tie but fastened Brerard 4th ,
rat the wearers of the low shoe used Dade te 1st Monday after 4th Monday ,

hick golf stockings but they have been in April. Dealer in Hardware,
FALL TERM.
found to be too warm so those of lisle c- OsceolaCounty.1st Monday in October. Plumber Steam and Gas Fitter Mind Paints. .
read were substituted Notwitbstandg Orange *. M II ,
the sensible arguments which recommend Lake 4th PRICE
the low shoe there are many CHARLOTTE WITH WHIPPED CREAM. Vomits M .. No. Tin, Copper,. and Sheet irca Wort

ffho adhere to the high boot The newt : pour into it very carefully the stiffly Brevard "lib "

in these is made of various colored beaten whites of 4 eggs Have ready a lit Monday after the 1th Mon
French kids to match the costume. charlotte mold lined with slices of ba- day in November. Dealer in Pumps, Pipe Fitting,and General Plumbing; Supplies,Tin Ware Agate
Will and House Furnishings of Every Kind.
Pour the mixture into it and
Golf calls for a special shoe. It is nana. U. S. LAND OFFICE.J. .
when it is thoroughly chilled loosen the
made of Russian leather and.has low M. nARCO. ..........................RegisterN.
broad heel and thick sole, the latter berg slices of banana near the top of the mold D. WAINWRIGHT...... ......EeeeiveiOfli We are now Bet. AGENT FOR THE AERMOTOR CONSTRUCTOR of! IRRIGATION PLAHTS .
inserted with several' rubber disksand with a thin knife and turn the charlotte
-e8 at Gainesville Florida.
the heel with a rubber crescent toprevent ont Garnish the base and top of the ter Prepared than

slipping when delivering a violent charlotte with stars of whipped cream. COPT SIGNAL SERVICE DEP1J. Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptly

blow on smooth grass. These shoes With the egg beater beat the double W. CRONK...................... ..Obserrer ever for turningout FatnUhid. 1-31-tf.
ue cut not higher than six inches andwe cream until stiff; then press it through Observatory at:Jiplter Inlet
of their essentials is to make walkIng a pastry bag with star tube attached. WEST FADM: BEAOH. LOB,1DA.:

easy.. This recipe is from the. Boston Cooking GOTT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. .

The correct walking shoe is a laced School Magazine, whith illustrates a *Liiht House at Jupiter Inlet.

........... .. ,
the charlotte garnished with whipped JAMES A. ARMOUR Keeper
affair! of calfskin made as high as J. A. wELLS!: ........ ............ Assistant .. .
goU shoe with an inch and a quarter cream. J.A. PiNK." .................. Sd Assistantt : Florida East Coast Ry.
square heel and made so that the forward Latett In Gaatronomy.

part of the foot from the ball to The tendency which of late has been / DISTRICT SCHOOLS. Tim. T bl. MOo t-C.rr..Ce4 to J... a. 1S9T.
the toe the ground. A _
tests firmly on e
quite noticeable to substitute the plainest '
-
horseback ride of course, requires apair treatment of viands in cooking foi\ LEMON CITY.R. .8OvrH BOUND (Reed Down). NORTH BOUND (Redl'p).
of well made riding boots. The E.McDOXAI.0.....?...____.._Principal First-Glass
the complicated methods in vogue for MISS M. A. McUOX ALU..__._ AKxbUnt No. ojfl ot41I 1 STAT10 S. .O i No Bl: _. _
smartest kind are made of patent leath- the past two or more centuries is one E.L.! WHITE............ .........JupervJaorPOTSDAM. ? ...... a. ...... 7 05:; ...... Lv.......Jaeksuuville .A; IISSp ...... 8 Js. ..... .....
......10. ...... 8 ...... Ar..8t.Auguatine..Lv.. a' ...... 7 11IM ...... ..""
that promises to grow. This admirably _.... 115& ...... ..... ...... Lv....... t. Aogu.tiae.Ar 6 ...... ...... ...... ......
impulse, says the New York Sun la L P. Kt DS Kit.....? ,.. ..."......Instructor. ...... 100...... ...... ...... ......... .Hwt4aga......... 4/s. ...... ...:.. ...... ......
R. It FRAZIER......................Supervisor ..... ,125i." ... _.E ast Palatka...... ...... ...... ...... ......
due to the Anglomania a small group .... U B ...... ...... .... Ar..PrJatka..L.. ..
of Frenchmen whose gastronomic opJBi NEPTUNE. ......11 ..... ...... ...... Ly..l'&Jalu..Ar. ..... ...... ...... ......
The MISS IRENE RICKARDS ...... ....Instructor ...... 14ap ...... ...... ...... Ar..8anMat: .L. 41J......... ...... ..... ......
ions are considered authoritative. < ._._.___.__.__ Supervisor Job ... B o5a ...... ...... ...... L..San Mateo..Ar. ...... ..... ...... ......
members of this band claim that to Printing ..... 1263p ...... ...... ...... Lv..........Ormond..Ar. ...... ...... ...... ......
JUPITERMRS. .... I Dip ...... ...... ...... ... ....1>&1toll& ....... II ......
serve roast beef with any other graW W. A. If. IIOBBS ... .._ Instructor ...... 115 ...... ...... ...... ........ .PonDraaga... .. fK'p.... ...... ...... ......
than the juice which follows the cut o t: J. A. ARMOUR... .. .?..?...?..?.?....?Supervise .. .. 14.>p ... .. ...... ...... .......New 81J'1'D&.. ..... .". ... ... ...... ...... ......
.... ..... ...... ..... .. ..........0aJtHUl. ....... 11 ...... ...... ...... ...... 1
e the knife is positive desecration tbnl ty JCSO. ...... r 5fla....... ...... ...... II ......;..T1cusvUl.......... If8sp. ... .
vegetables of certain sorts should nevei ANNIE E. G. METCALF___ _Instructo ....;. 8 dip ...... ...... ...... II .........Clty PolaL........ 12 .... ...... ......
s A. E. HKYsEIt ....._. ..... .?.?..Supervisor ......991p...... ...... ...... ....... .Cocoa. ........ 12 lip .......... ......
be seasoned with anything but a little ? ...... aMp ...... ...... ...... ..........Rucksdgs......... 120ip .... ...... ...
salt and melted butter game with breat MANGOS ...... f06p( ...... ...... ...... .........E .uGallle......... 1185E ...... ...... ...... .....
MISS' ROSA .' )RREY._.. .._._. IqstructuSuperTuo FOR ...... fQllp ...... ...... ...... ...........tI.ruo........... 1188.... ...... ...... ......
rOBOCTDOOBWKiU.er sauce roast lamb with mint E&nof, GEORGIC S. RlHVLt\' ?... .. .. SEND IN YOUR ORDERS ...... 4 t5p ...... ...... ...... ......_.Mllbourne......... 112'Mp -&& ......
but some prefer those of calfskin or boiled mutton with caper sauce andy ...... ...... ...... ..... ..........Rleland......... 10'ia ...... ...... ... ..
WEST PALM BEACH. ...... .........Bebe ties.......... 10h ...... ...... ...... N JII f
Busnia leather. They reach nearly to roast shoulder of mutton with ouioi L. F HIXDHY......_.. ............. ...... ...... .8t. Lucle. ...... V. ...... ...... ...... '
the knee and are made with stiff tops, sauce. These are the simplest furls LULU AXGEVINE.I .._?.___ AssUstinSupervwo Principal ...... ........FortPierce........ II ....... ...... ...... atop
U.lNUEUSOLL: ........ .... ...... Is-p.1. ......... .Edeu... ........ IIl1a: ..... ...... ...... a15p I
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pointed toes and low, broad heels. Then that sauces to accompany meats can as ...... ............Jeuen. ......... 9:5 ...... ...... ...... Ia..p
there are ,.tennis shoes and yachting same, and there is none better or eaBiej COLORED.J. ...... ............IIIuar': ......... II .... .. .. ..... 106J I
/ E. JOVE. .. ._.___.. _. .. .... Tilip ..... ...... 'Ilia" ......... ..Alicia........... ...... ...... .......255p E
shoes, both of canvas with rubber solesto of concoction. \ ....____. ..?_. Instructor ...... T 21p ...... ...... 81' ". .........Robe1Dd......... S 4 a........ ...... ...... 121.'p t
: D. INGERSOLL. .Supervisor .... ...... .. .. ... ... ..... j
prevent slipping on velvety grass or To this list says the authority qu tl Letter Heads, ... T84p 85aa .... .West Jupiter. 8 .. ..... .1110.
: contribute t1ie LAXTAXA. ...... 81tlp ...... .... lii:foal 1. ..........RIYlera........... 'I ...... ... ... ...11 I. ; I:
tilting decks. Slippers for afternoon ed, we are able to from\ Statements ...... Slop ...... ...... 1I"Ar..P" West Palm Bc&ch..Ly. 7 f4a '". ...... ......1J 611I j
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wear when finery is donned are in innumerably point of view of simplicity of treatment MRS.GEO. LYMAN... .__........... Instructor ...... 841Jp...... ......It: Sp ...... ....L1Dlou........... .. 8/7a..1....... ..... 9I. i
A. W.UAKXETT: Supervisor Invitation? ..... II ..... ...... ,35p, .....Fort Lauderdale..... :I' ...... ...... ...... 71as j
dainty styles and colors;, a dish or preparation that is essentially ELLIOTT KEY. .......10 t0p.. .... ...... f edp ......Lemoo City........ 6 IJJa! ..................... 6 r '
and the same can be said of the footgearfor American and one of very great merit JAMES HARRIS.__...._._.....Instructor. Note Heads, ......lo ...... ..... 4 sop ........... .......... 5 ............. ...... aloe j ji i

evening wear tor dances aud similar Open a round clam so that the meat i8. R. H. THOMPSON..._ .___6.pervl80r. Bill Heads A. It W. BRANCH. 'Trams g"35.87 and 73, between Jac.o. I i t
functions. in the middle carefully separate iOnYlIJe aDd !
divided BELLE FLORA.L. I fit Anguttoedaily.Tr.bn
Schedule. .
each part from the shell, with!;,'as F. RIDKER......__.._.:"-.?._ _Instructor. Envelopes, JI' o.ea.I.I'Ly..New STATIONS Smyrna..Ar.: So.Lip 2. Na 5:/. Pierce dailr.'dN, except between Buds'Miami. and J'ort i!

SUwod uhrooma.. little loss of the liquor as possible,' R. R. FRAZIEiL.r.Supervisor.S'A 1110 fs.1Lv..Lake, Helen..Lv.12 Sip f Mil Train 8l. between Fort PIerce u4 ;
)Mushrooms no matter how cooked transfer the whole to one of the sheila. YNE. Fosters, UpjJ1 SZa'Lv.Orauge' Clsy..Lv.12 19p S 3tp Miami daily.except XQoJal' .1
a at.A.r..OraugeClty..Ly. U lSp S 25 .Tra1ua 85 and 7S a SL Augur .
ought always to be carefully examined with the addition of a little butter ah'da E. LEE*.._.... ....__._:.... Instructor Tickets tine daily.xcept Sunday. :
as they are likely to become infested pinch of salt and pepper and then Allow .I'AliK W SON____ Supervisor Cards .) -4 !

with worms if a little past their prime. the clam to cook in a hot oven for i a CUTLER. TIM ftUM&er"BISCAYNE" i r;

Wipe button mushrooms with damp few m Dutes. Then transfer the shell! ADD jflKR DAMON '_'_.._' ..JlIslruC'torW
soft the table n zz.\ltl)._...__.__... Supervisor r [ :
to
flannel aud stew gently in water 15 with its contents directly

minutes, salt to taste add a tablespoon and it will be found that the toughest MIAMI. .
ful of butter thicken to the consistency clam so treated will become teu4r IDA F. )I RmTT. ___Prlnl'lpal."MY Is appointed to Perform Service as follows: A ,
M. \' _._.___AssWrxat AND FIRST-CLASS
of cream with a little cornstarch moistened with most appetizing result This mod T S.. GAl'TIEkl _.__.......SupervlHurInstrutror Leave MIAMI 10:2):: p. m. Wednesdays Saturdays connecting wih Train 3V i
with milk and boil three miimtea. of treating a clam reduces cookery to {
COLORtD.MES. Leave KEY WEST 5:00 a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays ,
fat in two tablespoonfuls of cream and the simplest form with a maximum o S. L. \CK..OS._ ___ Connecting at Miami with Train 78, follovnn mornia J. .
bit while yon count five. Remove from success. The bivalve when prope!y A.O.L10HTBOL'RXE.__ .....-Supervisor

the fire and serve at once. Mushrooms cooked in this way appears in the h If LEESVILLE.SCS .J.P.BSCKWITH J.D.. BAHSSB.gt .
should be served hot They lone hell with a sauce composed only of its Traaio. Manager."F Ati'ttkll. gerA18A.. '
very \\tSAN HERS., ? ? .?._ .... Instructor AuzusttM, ru.
their delicate flavor jf }lukewarm. 955 J"M and *Jittie melted but J. r. L1 ESt..:."".H'!.""" _._".:.. gupervwo PRICING$ OF AVL KINDS :;


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OCh ic tLr.opllicSUit.\( New York Tailoring Co ratty Saying Bwneu FUll APO Iat BuplDa.FACTS.rap..Md With 'Company Jacksonville.with-during ChatiwtckSwaim Gala_Week. Furniture Main SL, n Bnm n'f



A. der7-. wboloc piety tad .0& wend
Peeler Price Taflsn his RUe of humor says that ke was one day I
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. NOTICE! Be sure and save year caned dovanto his parlor to perform.a] mar
Dental Work for Dr. J. A. PngX our rage Cft'ftIIOIJy for a maple. hi middle life.asked -
boss who will return in a fewweeks. "Hare you aver been married bcforc:
Dentist

,GUY I. METCALF Suits to order, $16 and $20. :. the"l'Io"Ra clergyman,:,Srr.-you" "of to the the bride.bridegroom. A Popular Dry Goods H :; -

EDITOR AND MANAGER. aor--Wlut do jaw think of that. biD -Well yes.I bare"replied the bride. lama
asked the fawrer icafly. -but it was twenty yeas ago, ana befell Jacksonville Florida.
Trousers to order, $4 aid $S. -It isa't Mg enough."tile impecuBtoai dIRt off a ban and kille JiJaIdf whew wed ,
rrp.Ijed."Cuuioieriag Out trouble yrn'r pas beta married only* week so it really sia'tworth '
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION! $2 to hate ia gettiac your money you apt W me atioaing.-Harper1* B iar.
merge at iea&t 25 po r cwt mure. Washington' ii The Leading! Dry Goods i :
Samples and Measuring Blanks Now is the lime to have ,oar sewing

sent by maiL PERSONAL-Alice, will meet yon machine cleaned and .repaired by J. W.
during Gala Week at Chadwick-Swaim i Enckson. in tie State.

Furniture. Company, of course Main I How the World Could Be Im proj A-Tha ,
East Street Street Jacksonville That's the placeto world would be a deal better off if people
77. Bay ,buy.-Edward. would stop givuc gaud attire toothei'people The Largest Stock. The Newest Stf -
flid1f and follow U thenuetvea.: Somerrille Journal
.. FLA. Couldn't Have Bees Him-letnmedToarist- at the Lowest Prices. "'
16.9;.!ryT: JACKSONVILLE Mr Haiwed.1 met your maways"a ia the James Bird is the best iceman ever on
AMONG OUI; CHURCHES, WsU He pas beeomeaveryeicceadutebiogo the Lake and the residents along the To all whom request we will Bead samples free ol dwp.:

.. drummer should to it that he is kept on all
,firmer Hayseed st'a bee looe other shore see f WE PREPAY Express Charges oa
Time and Place of Service, Spedi fellow mister My moo had DO ear foe music all litu-prompt. service: at factory orders to the amount of |5-oo ot Oftr,
Notices Week-Day and Sonday THEY SAT-. :-- and couldn't keep> time to a tune ter eaR his prices should insure him a big custom. when money accompaaies the order.
eck. He hadn't aothia 'erpt check and uopodence. '
Meetings. t- .-S-T.Weekly. So Very Kode-'Tm not going ta that female i Mall Order
.. That very few women 'can be both barber shop again. There's a deuced rode girt The Best Equipped Depai _
+ Concord from New York Ken :
good and stylish at the same time. Grapes there don't you know.* .. Write lot dimple sad Try it. Tow Ifowcy Back If......Aft XM.era
Episcopal Serviecs. tucky Apples and Florida Sugar Cane at What did hesayr'
is for a Clematis Avenue "Why. she boked at my mastawso red mwsk- Respectfally-
That home amply a place Supply Store. ed me if I would have it sponged off or rubbed: # -

Errscop.u.Cao'H-Bo-th 1a-by-t SH... man to go to when he ant go anywhere m.Cleveland Plain Dealer. -
Swelled Ftd.-"JIowo cornea it car tint

Sxr.L. PimJtxes z.nJ Hty>X.T Mn.roBj Awt Viairfer, Sector. else. : +hen r uk for a So 5 shoe you give me a J'>o. Finest Irish Potatoes in the market at COHEN BROTHE! TPOPULAR

Win be open dubs the Miauoer." SorY"U7 That the,first thing a cobbler generally .IB'Why.. my dear t'r.yoaTl benpnxrl of those Clematis Avenue Supply Store.
hoe* that year feet will aweU.Harpet'aweekly.
Sunday morning! :at H o'clock. 1 launch purchases is his last. R : Four Adeina-.i soulless thief robbed AdeU-
will raareaartyfamnapctiaa. Jr.amag"5Palla That'sl1v& aa PaW cd$3000 a few days UQ,and BOW the DRY GOODS HOi
North at one time; ..... .
Each city hit at IDJD.: Fare for tieBKOTBKSBOOD up '" Goods tosuitand fit anybody andeverybodjtTHE poor.oppreMe-l woman wul have to siag -

round !ri"IO ctcts. used to cost more than coaL' BAZAAR. er Denver song or PoI two t.to get even'- with the world again. JO-28-9T Jacksonville, Florida.

sr. % That soae people's tongues'distanceCleir Lying in the Graveyard -
il.2W-I'eet.a oa We have.'m at FURNITURE STORE
thoughts. 'mot the dead a'one that He
the Second and Fourta: Wedacaday of eull
In the graveyards still and diear;
month. L-P. Hisi>U,Director. That whales have been known to live Too often <].,the tombstunes ten She-Of course you all talked about me as
left
W. F. A! :Jay What faint true, I fear. soon as"I back on the dock before
MSTMC Secretary. 400 years; Cleveland Lea/fct He-.\. dean we thought you had attended HYPOLCIO H1PTUUG&
and succeeded ia
to that sufficiently. away I
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H. E,Church, South.r That not ore'of us, however* would Good new Tinware cheapest ia town. A new ,assortment' of Agate-Ware. at (Received too late for but week's....) then went oa to school : -}_
care to be a whale at O. W. Weybrechr. with his
... 8rrrtr ; 0. W. Weybrecht's, cheap. Here is how things show op ia this successMoagnitoea
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Th-rdSandayad1 That it takes a smart man to make a i The Contrary Sex-Parson .I"IIIISO.-60 dis
each Buatn.at 11 p. m. Sunday S bol He Knew the BruiaeM-What did that man vicinity just now without any fancytouches.
st Ettle
: =: fool ride chile am a nL Do de odder one belong lathe UTES.
one.Thata
bicycle any can want? asked the druggfctA "
10ewySnB y
said the clerk
pint of whuktyV' new ,who have down f1
pahson dat's XII. too
called ;
; Ewybo.rjeortiaJJyfaTlEET. bachelor is allays a Judge.. was on trial fora week. alni."A

W. \. LOVIIEK, rntor. bchdor'and nothing else; --Did he hate a prescription Fine weather ADd the trackers are

FINANCIAl, interests will be con. .Jto.Wen..what did do" of it.
yon taking advantage
That married though is John Brown was b West)
a man any- sultcd during Gala Week by buyers at -I wrote one for him."
Evening Star Liodgs Jta. 4S, old-thing his wife sees fit to call him. Chadwick-Swaim Furniture Company "Coasideryouraeu permanently. a-- shopping last Friday
Knights of Pythias Cleveland Le-der. John Brown made a flying trip to Hobe .
That the sting of gossip b the truth of coarse, Main Street, Jacksonville. --- -
Meets emy Friday SIgStaS--3op.m.staadard Cracker dust for Fried Oyster Burk. Sound last Friday. He reports having a The familiar whistle cfHypolaxo
thatthexsuinit. I sweariJa'the
I come mighty nigh deacon
Ume. Mating bathers cordially inritedbCastle ; oonfcsK-l as he came lure the boiue nursing hardt's. good time even if he was alone. was beard Sandal
Hill ever Public School Bur d Bg. That: the wisest men don't always use brnieed"'thamb. .
M. Eo -1 on don't tell me!" said Va wife. The only Thing to Say. ''Therer* said the
Gaza the most words Bat I do tell you. I am a-tellm you riP U iy.pointing to the woodpilehow does that Sunday School every Sunday at 2.30 OHof I3ypa'aids
W.I.'W'U/JlEnL L d 2 & s.. r4.97r I BOW. I b't thumb with the hammer.an''sled :.tr1
: That the best, .way. to avoid -going- to I of savin'my..By nnitelite I moot alwa -Hama"responded Mr. Perry Paletic, "I P. 111. All are welcome and everybody ia West Palm Beach last

--- sleep on a full stomach is to lie on your do I hullers oat, ''By: pepper: I dnnno howmnchhi.ttevlwoaliolma ever saw the Ilia"-tlndnnati h nouirer._ I: is innted. We have a foil home and a era! priadples.. __
>leitif it bad hurt* "
Fublleity.Merely back. 1 little wimie.7 ImHanapolU JournaL, Sheet Metal of all kinds and sheet met- good Sunday SchocL

That the danger from, lightning and al work at O. W.Weybrecht's. P B BBU* N Three cf&oyg.' bandy

stock about in the Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when The public school is progressing nicely her Friday belpls\
j to a store and open it Is from lynching is equal yon want Fancy Groceries. DisenchantmentIt's only been three were np

not sufficient in these days of keen business South years,"said the alUow lady with the downdrawn at this place with 2i# scholars i. attendance ter renovate his wi t

: rivalry. The merchant in order That you are very seldom struck the engagement S"rioos Misumler.-tanJiig created: quite a sensation-Penelope but-Their I believe weight 11I.OII111.tJtaI1011 fa jrold." sai.11 was worth m1 now and the prospects of needing ries, encumbers aidA I

to succeed, mast male known his adran- second time by either of them. > that some cruel misunderstanding parted I "1 most are meant" said the gentleman a larger school building before long
lbe1ll. with the stoop in his shuolders and the hawmedown -
tages through the newspapers that reach That Kentuckians want mint for the Marie-Tee: he nderstooJ that her>fatherwas clothes, slightly sailed at the nod I grass scythe, a brash 1 1bing J
Ijle ets.as If by earryng home mackerelgol tomato king. J. Brown is aad '
weaJthy. Brooklyn Hypolazo'a hoe shovel the
the a
people not only of his city but of national l,>wer. backs."-L laeuiali Knqairec.PERSONA I( .
the surrounding towns as welL This isnow Those new hats now at M rs. Moffatt's working a force of men patting the ap is the common order ef itgy
That it is about time some fellows left -Adolphns, you are forgiven ia for
called Scotia farm shape a crop of vegetables > a good maay arc barsfeg! _
"publicity but it
can "be the middle of the road and took to the Not Opposed to Work.-Old Gentleman [ttrampl [ will meet yon Gala Week at
of various kinds He has
quite as well recognized under the good -why are you opposed to work? Jacksonville, have ceremony performed alreadygot
woods.- Tra.p-I ain't If peuple dtlnt work how his seed beds The Scotia Farm b BOW '
old name of and buy our furniture at cut rates "ofChadwickSwaim !OWLMessrs.
adrertisng-Scranton could I get along in t ese hard bmes>-Roxbary
is
Truth. That Ex-Botcher-General Weyler Gaze4te. Furniture Company.of and harrowed and will..

.. .-. : now open for an engagement to either No need to send away from home' for course.-ElheL .Pence and Bowen of Boynton, shape for a crop of various .

To Hake Sugar la Florida.A write a book or go on the stage. any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbuild The Cook-Arrah,mum! (M wish yeM tape were welcome visitors at J. W. Porter's etables. with oar T--1!

That the girls can tell why some men l you one as fine or as cheap as yon out The a.Mistress the kitchen(faintly entoirely)-I only! wish to make last Monday morning. The boys, actually Brown, a.t the HaL a.a

movement is n foot to establish a don't marry. want. See him and place your order. a few bjacniu aiL! for my husband's sapper Brid beat the railroad company by pot ia six acres this What*

sugar factory at Miami, Ha. Those who That stewed pup is now one of the Proved It-Mrs. Watts--The uoctors say'a get-thai'The Cook (bursting into tears)-Oh!that's an. walking np ahead of the early passenger
good cry is healthful. is It? An rishterdayanaing: ye onlir wanted train. I Mrs. II. IX Fierce spent
are at the head of the enterprise are familiar Klondike dainties. Mrs Potts-1 know it is. A Rood cry mate a few biscuits lor my boosbaa's sapper;" II '
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with the business ere a trip to the seashore last year,and !rime an' Danny Brenaa. the cop got hold ov wan at : week ia Boyatoa, vbiti8;t
sugar and are That Charlie Lease won't vote for his b tcfc feeling better than 1 had for oh ever so thin boi mi&buke an' ate ut; a.' God only Dr. H. C. Hood of Palm Beach was '
backe4 y.c pi1a1ists with plenty of wife Go of Kansas long.-Indiana polls Journal. knows will be tree call here again dn, ..tPuck all: Capt. Charles and wife ma
as *ernor ; called to this place last Friday Might to .. der -
Friday. Mr. Pierce *
mweylo carry on the enterprise suc- That he says she governs too much The finest nobbiest and latest goodsat see Mrs. J. W. Harper, who had been ia
ce $ully. The promoters consider. now. lowest prices at SI KL.'i'S BAZAAR her retara, as he was
health for severatwetks. The doctor

'i ing the purchase of several thousand That it is about time to put the bicycle He Couldn't -- poor returned home oa the next awning's affair business.sotaew hat mined ceu11:1'

s acres of land that will be planted in in cold "Oh. must the maiden said
I joke storage. we part ; train and Mrs Harper is getting better.

\tf cane If they meet with success in their That epitaphs generally flatter-or lie*. "I-My cannot name.part"-he heard bans it called his!head- ....Give- Mr and Mr*. R. B.U. Mooee)f

j plan they will begin operations at an I I Tfct in this country, nothing now hBeca_ I am so.leveland bald.* Plain Dealer CapL Fred Co Voss baa aa acre ol D. Headrkksaa anti cb nw

early date. Should this industry be established beans on his Island place that art not welcome visitors at Capt 1
rules but the dollar.
it willTnean MUSIC in the air during Gala Week
an increase of well worth bat
i only looking at. well Sunday sad the rcUabU sad tjfe
over Ian to population cf Miami in I That trashy novels are only enjoyedby by Chadwick-Swaim Furniture Company
: worth putting yourself to the trouble of
,of course. Low prices will make ,Captain steamed ap the Hyp,.,
a very short time.-Grocery U' ,lJ. trashy people. H. Main Street,Jacksonville. going to see. While looking at the beans the part down to tl Bit the *

That Ruth was one of the summer The just take a look at the captains
Mrs. Murray Hill ia a very homelv.woman. orange of the south tad of the 1 W1
girls mentioned in the Bible. Her husband'it absent from the city and her grove just set out last summer.
A Good Crop Eepart.Anotbertf < nearest (fnen-l Mrs. Manhattan Beach,caned. 10-
I That yon should never snore so loud Mrs Hiil said: We nil aot afford

our p ineeapj growers, who in church that it keeps others awake. ."Thelastthing away wa to girt my husband mea kiss.did before hewent The Trenton farm owned ADd managed Fred. C Vow's acre of hesi...

had promised;; us his crop report has I That editors- 'ought "to know that H'm! should think that would" be the very by our successful tracker, A. W. bland land. They will he'Ii
last thing be would want to do.
kept his word and we publish his figures horned horses are always gnus. And now they don't speak for some renaoo.New GarneU is in fine shape being partly market in a week or tea di;

below. This report is for 1896, and gives t i That some men consider a fourthclasspostmabtership i ark rtorid.Decorated planted to beans. Bat for the protracted demonstrated that tf Capt ..

the returns from a three-acre field of the a first
common Red Spanish variety that was O. W. Weybrecht's. ... nave been planted to eggplants Mr. saying aaythiag about tart!
I| That the sphere of woman is wideningso
given no unusual fertilizing or attention. A lady much interested in good works was Garnett has a fine patch of tomatoes at field sad fruit tree, tat thi:
is her skirts. bewailing the loss..f 4 romewhat ill-bred out ready set out oa his Island plantation.
The following are the exact figures as I extremely wealthy neighbor who had been go and do likewbe. 1|

given by the grower, \V'i'ford Porter, I That sweet face and gentle voice very liberal in hu help to her country chari-- .. .
ties. -Mr. X. is dead." said she; "be was a, Messrs. Harper Freeman and Griffith
have ,
whose post office address is Palm Beach. fooled many a man.. guol and kind and helpful to me in all sorts ol ;. M. Harper U dew ef}

Florida, : t That Chinese children are taught to could waver not He know was so him vulgar in ,London poor,dear; but fellow we shall we A Chance to do Your took a trip Tuesday on the sail boat"May" and getting ready to pat fejf

15 ot6 apples sold at 5 cents: i each._. ,-.153 30 honor, respect and obey their parents; meet in heaven."- : 'Weekly(London). to Palm Beach and West Palm egg plaau, etc. He say ti*

16\02! crates tare jutes net _'_.. -__. n 95 r That the Chinese are heathen. For Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and a Beach carrying np a boat load of punp- of the clearing getting Ct Poll
14 oo .1ips .IJat$3aper th') sand 63 oa kiss and bananas to exchange for groceries. &i
That few smart hate Good Table, be sure to stop at the New the land. lie sill Plat
31,000 slips planted that could hare been very men sympathetic Seminole Hotel. Geo. Pumpkins are mot worth quite as
f _Zap Manager. lad expects to work it a j:
sold at$4.50 per tbonant.-. __ .u 139 50 wives all the much
Open year. an ounce as Klondike gold dust ta
Three acres nail look **&.!
'-t That love .is a beggar who begs for bnt they will for
Total.--. ___ 9i815 "OareDce," she sighed romantically MOO JoL. pay just as good groceries country man, but if he ww54*
more, the more you give. something true something brave, something as the dust will and are more ac-
COS*. I" heroic to prove your love FIT me." cessible. acres by band and da it ri
That wh n dentists fight, it is a drawgame. -Well." be faltered but calmly, -I have offered _
Two tens cotton seal meal. _._____ 41 oo ; ."- to many IOU.""-New \ork Herald. got through 1M ramie think !

Wot king and fertilizing for the year... 30 oo Urge acreage for oat mss tot
AIl cost of picking:: and ikliverinj crop(7 2i I! Tbat'if jouwant to know your faults, WASTED TO CONTRACT frr 500 or 1,000 Our prominent and ever-ready-to-r -- :
-
!: tell other people theirs. cords 4 ,ftv wood, both lightwond and commodate old bachelor, J. W. Porter teU
Dan. returned
Total _. 1.4121 unless im- split green pine, price |i.oo and |i 50 has a lot of fine cucumbers, onions Smith
Net profit __,_._ .r- 837 54 That'a.. poet never writes an per cord, f. o. b. cars within 40 miles of beans and peat f rum a summer _ti.". Hfif
; pu!a,moves his pen. West Palm Beach. AddressLakeWorth tomatoes growing oa his home
: Owing to his selling tie bulk of his L I .. titer J. W. Santa, a.dtbaeott<
place and also
'
Ice Works West Palm an of
Beach acre watermelons
,
: i That, a make a gift, there must be a ceufnl tomato grower el Uwffe
crp to a buyer here he had but little giver. Florida. tf. over oa his Island tract that are bloom.
4
been sutioaed over arrest
for .
delivery.In
i
expense That: you don't know your poor relations I Northern Man down in Florida)-What's the 'Nork ing now-no one need wish to see better water lake after tkdla
the above he has the talce of that ? looking
figured price
f orange grove ones. .If Jim succeeds he
will
and rich don't know be able
; your ones Native-Tea thousand dollars mister. Had by stall gwdea. which wwlapidated !
of the which he used
himstlf.which
slips
1 the consumption lung the first of January to treat the boys to a

is perfectly proper: for if he had not had von.That there is nothing created without I Consumption"Just weal lungs? haven't maybe?consumption." bunch bananas if nothing else. Jim -'ybe recent of

Item of iis own raiding be would have a creator. t. "M; lungs are eoun'l as a dollar. I am merely is surely a hustler and They are going to put ia a t&
.
for good to locate doesn't richly deserves
looting a
place ;
bad to out that much cash for them They know what has betabe
pay ; That victims"know matter to me whether it'n North or South, East IIICte5L --
some they are
but even taking this amount off leases a I. or N,.st." done here gardeattg. If ff
bound, by the rattling; the chain. "Oh! Well. HI let you hate that grove for
net profit of about |;oo for the three $iy>."-New York Weekly. Oh! By the way, who says lets finish these things, happy are ye C

acres fully this amount really for he sold .. That you should comply with some FOR SALEi-Every article in our '-oosr- the road Capt. Dinuck: has given as them. T
bear with others but
quite a number of pines to our merchants humors serve store at cut rates during Gala Week. No the land for a public road from the take
raitntd
none. A
and other parties on the Lake, old goods in stock. Chadwick-Swaim LUMBER to the railroad and it has been laid stroll up to the
{ is woman oat thcaa.J
That man willing to give Sunday fonad
Furniture of morning
Company course, Main
to say nothing about what he and partly built. It
should
gave
awayor
used himself. ;, the right to build the fire and chop the Street,Jacksonville. of be the duty ia waiting for the escontc lA'
every one that mail
wood. gets at
Hypolaxo
The land on which this crop was j I That we should prefer the love to the ,itable.M!.jud" said cil-the"I woman am not disposed to whom to Meandering be unchar SHINGLES, to help finish this road. Tea men work. Miami, and anderuoud when the trill whvf&t F

grown is some of our white sand soil, on hatred of our fellow-beings. M'ke had applied fur something to eat, "bul ug one day each coald put the road [ia was easily ,
the west side of the Lake up on the ridgein you people are becoming harder to ple.e than LATH good minutes late The tcmg trail!!
!! That mercy's hand wove the vail that the hired men"oa wouM turn up your none ETC. temporary coadi on. Ask your that tall!
the Hypoluxo neighborhood, where" if I were to offer you cold victuals' neighbor there was aot UndJf
hides the future from us. '-Madam," the what day will snit him to
I was rc-pl.oo does me in We can make Lowest Price help crowd bent
both \Vilford and his brother, J mes W., justice. It would all depend on what day was. you h I you work on the road. What is cars. Among the
have and That women have a much finer sense If you was to paM me oat a few Roman punches F. o. B. station a neigh J. W. Poner.V A Smith. Ljt
formerly Kentucky, fine I reckon I could bedowaright grateluL"Wa&b. your . borhood without a good road?
profitablepLantatious. II of the beautiful than men. ingtoa Star. Write as for anything y. seed ia Masters Roland and Mack 8*;

a< A report of his this year's crop has That men glory in their. strength THE BAZAAR invites yon all to come Last Friday morning Master Willie Smith and J. F Cri5 Q

.been premised us Milford as soon as .' women in their looks; and examine the new stock. Building Material. Griffith, wishing to indulge in a little large time and claimed to ....

he has time to make it out, and it will That the less strength an onion has What Is Being Waited For-We are patiently Builders Supply Co. sport before school hours went fating the worth uf their moary. ,

published as soon as received. the better we like it; wailing fur tome Inventor to place a chaialess down on the dock. He _.---t
bicycle crank on the market.-Washington Star St. Augustine Florida.Lainhart. succeeded ia
That we don't eat oysters for their laming a 35 pound fish oa the dock We would call the SUd _
,
looks.I Boat building done right at home in --- and in
j I the most approved manner, good workmanship the'scuffe with it. Willie being readers to the card of the Far**
V f That, when you break si'.ence, and & the lightest weight of Ia i t
Subs ribe for The Sun JOB at living! prices. Ca11 Vn Potter the two cot I which ar pears rltnbcre

I need not try to pick up the pieces. leapt A. 'fa Rose, Loza11 Wm Palm 8falcb,F1I. knocked over board. Being a good t This well known house to !?sit

lwimm lit mauap1 to gn 0\1' n4 the reception of gratf.


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