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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 25, 1897
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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HERE AND THERE. : ou either the house or its con- PERSONAL PICKINGS.People COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. better crops with less money it is to our TOWN TOPICS. ,

I tents. ,. interest to do it, regardless of the flow <
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Scraps$ .( Isms Abut This ant That aid Geo. A. Gale rode a mule np from a. They Came and Go-People Yes Interesting Items Gathered by Oar Scribe.. ery speeches of the fertilizer agents.: Local From Our Note Boot and

Difltrtat Thing. Linton one day last week. M ey er May Not Ku .. t Ttiroagboat the ,onty. From Other Sources.
... Our tomato king, John Brown, is still

No matter bow we are situated we can Note the new advertisement of AlbertJ. Dr. W. S. Graham-, of Miami was on NAPPEN1SGS. in the lead. He will put in io# acres Fireworks Anthony <, *

mill find something for which to to be Bucky & Co., of Jacksonville,on third the Lake Tuesday. -a- this season. He is a hard worker and ".

thankful. page of this paper. Never utter a word of slang. attends closely to his business. He deserves Hon. Josiah Sherman, of Riveira. was

John B. Beach visited'is branch You-might, Never demoralise shot the or door wake with no a the bang baby. success, and if we bad a few; more in town Friday. *
Quite crowd went down with the The is such Hypoluzo could be -b ':,
country full of drummers lately, nursery at Gomez last Saturday men : no-longer .
hue ball nine last night to Miami to seethe which some say is another sign of the John Brown was in West Palm Beach called a one-horse town. ) Capt. U. D. Hendrickson' was a callerin

game of bull that la to be played coming prosperity.M. Andrew Garnett and wife, of Hypo- last Tuesday mostly on business. 4 .. town on Tuesday/ : ,*
there today. luxo in town Tuesday, of It i$ wonderf the amount of bananas -
were guests .
G. G. Strohm arrived home last
E. Spencer is busy now repairingthe Mr. and Mrs A. B. Otwell.N. Mr. Machattie the jovial Scotchman' J. W. Porter is shipping from here.. He ,
Onecolored individual made a ship- roof of his residence that was recently of Hobe Sound.was the guest .of John ships,some nearly every day and often Friday from his Miami. trip. ', '."' '"

ment a thin Thanksgiving week of four remembrance big fat'passums to damaged by fire. G. Collier, of Jacksonville, and Brown last week returning home Sat- twice a day, and then cannot supply the A little good work, has- been -done' by

ai Jas. Maloy, of Atlanta, came in onTues- nrday morning. Come again. We all demand., ,It is enough to induce every the the stieeta the
city prisoners on
friend the State. ,
tome up Yesterday was pay-day for the railroad .day night and were guests of the Seminole. like to see you in our midst man to put out a few bananas. even.if- it week. '*-' y'*" -1
past ,
.employees and the men employed on -- is just enough for a wind break' around .

Superintendent Matthams, of the the Flagler work of the East Side. We are already receiving stencils his place; and we might say that guavas'
Mattox of the canal,dredge
Florida Pineapple company has been Mrs. J. D. Tuttle of Fort Dallas, wasa through the mail. We will not be short are not a bad thing to have; they grow Engineer } ,
shipping pineapple plants to Mexico and Miss Lulu DeBegory teacher of the passenger on the north bound Monday on stencils when we have something to well on the muck and make a good wind was in town a few days. last week, oo a

to California the past week. Palm Beach school, left for Miami last on a business trip to St Augustineand ship. We are anxiously awaiting the break and lots of good fruit. If we short furlough.

night to enjoy her Thanksgiving with Jacksonville. ,time wheu we can use them freely.J. would only put out a row on our ditch .
Toys Cellaloid Novelties Christmas friends there.L. A fine, big baby girl,made her appear,
banks where the land is never planted
Cards Express Wagons, Presentation D. Hillbouse is amusing himself Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Strawderman and W. Porter went to West Palm we would not miss the land and we ante at the house jof John. H. Hill Saturday -

Books Jewelry Silver Novelties, and during his month's vacation from his Attorney W. I. Metculf are among the Beach last Thursday looking after his I would soon have the wind break and ,morning.. : .
Presents for all at Anthony Bros. attendants at Brevard county's circuit bananas that the clever merchants have I rs
fruit As it is to Palm Beach and
store by building quite an addition to we go : The Hotel Palms is never behind the'
court this week, from this town. been disposing of for him. Jim is making >
his Palm Beach home. bushel. Some people will
cents a
Dade County's Fall Term of the Circuit pay 75 procession.. A-bus will run in connection
off his bananas
easy money now, be of account (especially
and W, never any with the hotel with P. W., King 'In
Court will at Juno next Mon Postmast vegetable grower .
open The turkeys gave out last night and so I and can well afford a trip to town at winter) till their pockets are sewed up. charge.
day. There are several important cases I H. Cox, of Boynton, came np to town
did the cranberries Those who had not least once a week. _..._
that will be taken at this term. Wednesday, bringing about forty quartsof -
likely up spoken for theirs in time got left-of I Dairyman L, Redenbeck'received
which there were several. was string beans with him of his own : We dislike to see birds wearing bor- MAXGOSIA MUTTER1XGS. seven, fresh milk cows'" from, Alabama
Arthur Clow hauled his sloop raising. rowed plumage. Yet such is the case in the .
mom
yesterday. They came on
and Gale & Co. are putting a full cabin tin '
Gadabout" Tuesday morning with the Lantana School. There is no lUg freight ; .
Here are some names,' read them: Hon. R. W. Davis, Congressman from I their launch Pinta, "-
mill now proceed to put it and his other school there, yet the report of the School
boats In first-claaa condition for this Lucuma, Rivoca Var. Angustifolia, this, district, passed through here on theP. Board claims a school for that place The Christian Endeavpi Society will

winter1 use. Canestel, Ti-es Egg-fruit. Now you E. C. Ry. special train, north bound and it is only known to afew individualsthat Capt. Charlie Earnest spent Saturday bold a union prayer meeting Thanksgiving
can call it of these names or all or CoL Davis has been in. night in this vicinity.
any Friday night up thf-church
there is a school at Hypoluzo. ... morning '"at1. at 7 '
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Justice Enoch Root, of Palm Beach, none of them but the fact remains that specting the proposed bay improvements o'clock. 'AH ire invited.to'attend ,

has secured a valuable homestead claim it is a very nice and palatable tropicalfruit 1 at Miami. Do not sit down or walk around with James R. Sutton is, at present, assisting '";Ir": ,' .'

at Neptune on the Jupiter Ri er. He that will grow in our white sand your hands in your pockets, waiting for Side.M. E. Spencer over on the 'East Owing to the absence of Rev. W. J. sir. -

was up the first of the week beginning without any extraordinary attention, as Mrs. Frank Bunker, and son, Master something to turn up; but put your Cady the Sunday School and Christian
has been demonstrated Rev. E. Galeon Frank, and Miss Mamie Lewis, all of I wire held
by the services at
Improvement on his newly acquired shoulder to the wheel and turn some- Miss Lanette Hams was down:from Endeavor only

claim. _____ his homestead. He has not only Cedar Keys, Fla., concluded their two thing up, if it is nothing but an acre of Riviera visiting at H. Sanders the first the Congregational Church last Sunday.
raised enough for his own use but some months'!>it with their sister, Mrs. P. muck land. Life is just what we 'make of the week. '

G. C. Matthams, of the Florida Pineapple to spare, which he took down to town B. Ratcliffe, of this place, and left for I it and the world is just how we take it "; Capt. S. N Andrews arrived up from

Company continues make good .and disposed of. Now, that it has been their home Tuesday. I -- Lemon City Tuesday morning to, meet'
Geo. S. Adams, wife and baby and
shipments of pines almost every day. demonstrated beyond a doubt that this W. A. Smith, who has been workingfor Major Boynton here; the Major however ,
Taisii the time of year when fruit fruit will grow and do well here it John D. Baker, the'welt known member )lr. John Brown for two years, has Mrs. C. C. Houston and baby walked up :did not. reach here till Tuesday

brings big returns in the northern and would be advisable for all owners of of that enterprising firm of hay, decided to go into trucking for himself, from town Sunday.E. night _

western markets. places to set out a few of these trees for grain and feed men, Baker & Holmes, so owning land at Fort Pierce, he left L Horford and wife and Messrs. .
was a visitor at the Lake last week in Work has e The Everglade school house, a few' home use aud a possible profit. ... the interest of his firm. He reports a here Monday morning, pack and pack. Sealey and Hunt were pleasant callers awning to be pit around the corner of.
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his departure
We
burned Saturday -:; --." ; age, for that place. regret on the Ridge Sunday.
miles south of Miami, was ," good trade in this section. and him success. He is a the new Seminole! Hotel., This when
night. It is thought that the fire i ka Memory. hope completed, will be a big improvementto
.. good worker and had many friends at Allie Merchant's house boat has been '
was incendiary. Arrangements have Attorney W.I. Metcalf returned Thursday the building and a great convenience
Died November 21st, 1897, Margaret this place. out on the ways at the Point for an overhauling -
been made to have a new building erected from a trip to New York on legal and benefit to the gnests.
at once the County School Board to ]Jstelle, the infant daughter of N. \V. business. He came home via Ohio, One man was telling how much he I and repairing.U. .

make their usual appropriatiou. :hase and the late Mrs. Annie Chase I bringing with him Mrs. Metcalf, who lad lost-five hundred dollars on a cot- is supplied with
S. Deputy Customs Collector Elgin The market now fully
i deer a few days of severe suffering; age 1 has been visiting at her old home in on crop in Georgia One good old bananas and few
F. Curry paid Lake Worth a combined lome grown a oranges
The Park Cottage will be managedthis I:wo years seven months I that state for several months. :Christian hearted soldier of the cross to be had.
and
official aud friendly call last Friday. lemons are occasionally
beason by Mrs. Frank B. Everett "lluth! softly softly draw the curtain; lays : Bless your soul, loney, you did Pineapples and are grown herein .
and Mrs. P. B. Ratcliffe. These ladies Angela have leu here to-day, Haley arrived here last failed guavas
Have borne away little Je.rel Capt. John 1 not lose it, but you just to make iW. H. Sealey'and two sisters are now sufficient quantity not only for home.
have refitted and refurnished this well night on his way back from his New it; so it is with us if we make a failure.
of Charlie Moore
made of in the' place. and
From a casket clay. charge I use, but plentv to ship, mangoes
known house throughout and those who River trip. lIe reports trucking well We have only failed to make, itbuttry Mr. Sealey will work the."place' and his sapodillas and avocado pears are to be,
patronize it will find large airy rooms Gently,gently close the shutter, under way all alone! down the canal, try again. the sea.on.
sisters take boarders during ,
'Twill nut ham the little one now, had in season with some to spare.
and everything as, neat and clean as a and the settlers each and every one going
But cruel seen t)each note
new pin and a home-like place to stop That's nvedleiM,unto those who, grieving, at it as if they meant business. The market shows that the price of Capt. C. E. Merchant chartered M.
for a day a week, a month or for the bow. cotton is down, down, way. down, E. Spencer's Steamer Night'Hawk to Dr. J. A. Pngh. dentist, will b: m,

season. Major N. S. Boynton and W. W. terribly down. Let the young maD that and act tender for the dredge: West Palm Beach, Fla., Saturday. Nov..
as
Now wreathe the sweet little face with Jones of Port Huron, Mich., came in on writes that he cannot make any money go and up left with it for there last Saturday.. 27th, fully prepared to do any and all
fio .
On last Thursday's trip to Juno the the went.Place little buds on her breast; Tuesday night's train, stopping at the growing cotton in Carolina, come to I kinds of Dental Work. Neat and clean

launch Seminole became disabled whenit Only a few short flitting huuro, Seminole over night and, together with Florida; he can make more here from' H. Hanong and son, Rob., went up operations-Instruments always thor

fctruck: the rough water opposite the Then will lay her down to rest. Capt.,S. N. Andrews, were taken downto two acres of land in six months'"time northwest of here hunting last Saturday. oughly sterilized. Call and see him.

inlet Capt. Lawrence, in spite of the Step lightly; 'rcmnd the beautiful sleeper Linton Wednesday morning by Geo. growing vegetables than he can make They went alter both deer and ,;turkey, He will remain only two weeks., Ofbcfe

heavy wind blowing, managed to get the Speak In whispersHoft and low; Zapf, in his launch Olga. from ten acres of land in twelve' months but we have not heard what success. they Olive Street Teeth extracted positively

launch np to the dredge, where he repaired Sacred are the tears(>1 sorrow, I time growing cotton. We write from halt *__ without pain. ".

the damage Friday and came Sacred too,la silent woe. Judge A. E. Heyser is putting in al bought and did for experience. ...-
down on the regular run Saturday. Since the first of October: the Lake
Don't throw' the clods upon the coffin, his spare time rusticating on and improving r
While the Seminole was disabled the la a cold, unfeiliD;f way. his Riviera property. The outdoor It will be remembered that Geo. Worth Fruit company have shippedsome Thanksgiving Entertainment.

launch Olga took its place with Carl There are bean all bruUed and bleeding; life seems to be a splendid health Mitchell and E. Roberts have confidencein sixty-five crates of fancy pines and -
of Pythias
the KnighU
Zapf in charge: Pity tenderuesa to-day. and strength restorer to the judge after themselves They have begun tc are still shipping a few crates OCCasion- To-night at
Hall the ladies of the Episcopal Missionof
The grave b closed, the prayers are offered: his illness resulting from continuous clear the ten acre tract of land belong ally.
The best snake story since that of the Mournful silence fill the place. severe without ing to James McFarlane.:. They have: this town will give a splendid enter
Garden of Eden comes from California. But we! beyond the.exrly portalll"Wbat indoor work and application, about three acres cleared and will clear Capt. U. D.., Hendrickson's Schooner tainment to all who wish to have an, enjoyable I

A man once saved the life of a rattler : a ha.p\ little lace! sufficient recreation. three acres more. It is a mighty pool "Mary B." left for up the Indian River evening, and at the same time

that evinced the liveliest kind of grati- Farewell, the sweet little sk-cper, nun that is not good for something Sunday with Capt. Thad Devine in help a worthy cause, viz., the raising ofa

tude, and finally took up its abode in his Now Is reeling 'neath the nod. Jamie and Johnnie Clarke of Pitts- Let us do away with th it spirit; we art, charge, Capt. A. E. accompanying fund to erect an Episcopal chapel in

cabin. One night b: heard a commotionon But bh! we know the lover pint burg, Pa., have been here for a few afraid to plant a crop for fear we will I him. _____ this town. The entertainment is given
and la at home in blixa 1th Go-LSbe'li days last week and this inspecting the under the personal supervision of Mrs.
down
the He
gtonnd floor. ran not make anything. Two thirds of the:
work on the yachts Alma and Providencia. The Lake Worth Band tried to practice Beach assisted by Mrs. FrankB.
.lIIter.brothers, B ,
with mother John
found burg'aiin
the rattlesnake holding a without and l!
peoples begin any money,
window Who before rr crowed the tld., They returned Wednesday to their last Saturday night and succeededdoing' verett. Mrs Beach will attend to
its coils, with its tail out of the there is not much chance for them t
And togtther they are happy Northern home for a few weeks before in a :"blowing. There is the refreshment feature of the occasion

(Tex:rattling) Gazetteer.for a poticemin.-Deu Uealiiig; on the uthrr side.F: L. MOFFATT. coming down to stay tor the season. lose, as they did not have it to lose. I prospects of'their'".giving* a bigger blow where ice cream cake and sherbet will

9 Jamie expects to have his yacht "Provi- Fine weather and crops looking well later on. be served.. The literary feature of the,

Tile tenement house on T. F. Adams Lake Worth Home Missionary Onion. dencia" meet him at Rockledge on his especially tomatoes notwithstanding th I W. HfSauders--w: e were callers evening will be Tennyson's poem,

Est Side place was entirely destroyer! -' teturn. heavy east winds. Some of our truck.. on the Ridge Sunday morning. Capt'jsanders'says "Palace of Art," illustrated by beautiful -
by fire Sunday night It was occupkc of the Lake Worth Aux I, in twenty of the
i4 tableaus
Ladies ,
The C. B. Knott, Superintendent of the ers attribute their fine looking plants ) bfc has no contracts toe I
by J. I* McGee. the colored gardener., !illiary of the Home Missionary Union ol East Coast Hotel System, made an in the kind of fertilizer used, some toh, 1 I move Miami houses, although some prominent young ladies and gentlemenof : f
who has charge of the place. He am(I : Florida will a Missionary Tea 01 I will take part I
give ; spection visit at the Palm Beach hotel!I good sunshiny weather, and some, c If of their owners wanted him to come this town
his family started lot church and abou \I Nov :;oth from 3 to 5 p. m., a luck. This part of the entertainment will be
Tuesday it's naturally
.1(Tuesday of ,this week He announce:!; course, say just good down and move them away.
half an hour after the house was discovered The Palms, West Palm Beach. The fen the following as the dates for the opening .. for what is to be will be. We are gettin" under the direction of Mrs. Guy I. Met J r
in flames and was soon ii gill be to create :II i W. : and Mrs. M. E Gruber. It is probable t tl
C. calf
II ture of the gathering of the several hotels of the system, our fertilizer of various places and kind:ii; A. Nilson. gardener at Bing I II
ashes with its entire contents, in toe work and afford : aIn : that there will be some excellent
residence l
together new interest .a so far as known at present: The Bis- almost every man now has a sped Ll L ham's Figulus was looking :
which consisted of the household good i' |pleasant, social time. An invitation i ii IS'U"cayne at .ulauu, Dec. 10; the Pain 1 mixture of his own, and every ma r the pineapple farms and calling 01]I music as the Anon Chorus Club will assist /1 .!

of McGee, which were worth about ; I extended to all ladies interested in this Beach Inn, Christmas Day the Hotei 1 thinks, of course, his is the best and th,e friends on the Ridge last Sunday fo!:r the ladies in making the occasion ..' i

hundred and fifty dollars The hoes;;and other societies pertaining to churc: I i jOrmcmd i Jan. 8; the Royal Poinciana, a..t day is not far distant when the big h the first time he has ever been up there. a great success. 9.

was owned by T. F. Adams and wa s ,,'ork.s MRS. E. N. DIM ICK, 1 I Palm Beach and the Ponce de Leon, i,t grade high priced fertilizer will not I iC He thinks the Ridge is the ideal plan An admission fee of only ten cents mill

worth about two hundred dollars. A I Secretary. St Augustine, Jan, 15. used so extensively. If we can mall e for pineapples. be charged. M
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4 J' THE TROTPALSUN. WK T' PALM BEACH FLufiltATHtJBSDAY.. NOVEMBER 25, 188t,



HIDE AWAY, MIST AH MOON. -to remain. Indeed I am sorry that i When in Jacksonville = J: f

'could not delaj my trip a day kmgcxThanksgiving _
-frum home is .
day away
always doll in tike extreme., One miss(9 Wed
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dinner
the family especially. a. :

As he spoke the young man, in nearrh _
of a c,rr. carelessly threw cpei LU -

topcoat, and the bishop could nee that YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT nnt -<,

he was faultlessly arrayed in eveningdress. FURNISHING HOUSE OF J
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"Ah," thought the reverend gentleman -

"evidently a well to do young
a NK'Nt fellow. And he added aloud a responsive -
chord in his heart being touched at wtx AYERIe
the mention of the word "dinner" :"

I "Yes. one does feel lonely away from p
fie 1 ie'e own people on a day like this

{ T-i Ant!"you dining with friends this evening The White Parlor Clothier. ; : :

"So such luck" answered Edwards;

I I quickly. "I dine at the hotel I U have Mens'all Wool Black S6 75 & j 1.\ Fine Line of all W..f _
of and all that of J.
turkey course, sort
thing but it will not seem the fame and Colored Soils UpmiRi.. I Cashmere Pacts .. :
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old Thanksgiving dinner to which 1
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have been accustomed.

BTAH MOOS.alooUn I Then he added earnestly: 1 i if Soft and Stiff Hats .'

down "Bishop, if I did not feel that! you i It '> t } .
,horn de cloud npce U would refcatt mo I would ask you to
From 50 Cents Upwards.
tows : come end dine with me this evening."

t BoAh me prey! "W" can do much better than that,*" I'1 's
fl._duktV rlood yo' k"+. waht I broke in the bishop warmly. "I would 1,4' 'l7 .1I' % e 10.vl07 W, BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE.
fin ft dood n Crack ex SB. ah. be pleased if you would come and dine ?
ah (00111 Hide away l
Hide -1 ilia ,
with us We are having but a small h '

>t itch Moon ihiaio bright. family dinner and you would be en- / .j 4
Vikm.n d0 country light- tirely welcome to share it"
tight ea darn Edwards' surprise at this unexpected Chas. H. WelshaiSTATB _

:..' yo' bow hit'*nmh Thaakmrfbbia.AM kindness must have been very apparent. >v jCj
da wort owe lIe a hbbinf for the bishop hastened to add hid facebeaching
Bids sway, Kisah Moon Hide awayFrets !
H. EATOB. with good will: AGENT FOR-

"Now, I will listen to no objections, .

AT THE 'l HOp.S. for home you is only can have a short none distance in reason.cp Madison Sly. 4 Longman & Martinez P:

avenue and 1 see you are quite prepared .
A THASKSGIYLN6 8TOKT.Cbpyrlght. to go out."

!Still: smiling with good nature, the
L [ 1SB. by B. Addington Brice] worthy bishop started up the street, followed Lime Brick, Shingles,
The bishop turned into Madison by tie man from Chicago, protesting -- -- -

j square from Twenty-third streit with but in truth rather feebly I t4lSCWNCTi9; Cement and Coal Tar. :
that calm dignified stride, almost half I On the way the Chicagnan explainedto t<
t
a waddle cultivated by so many tburcb the reverend gentleman that his. L

f dignitaries AJ befitted a man with an business in New York was in connection Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement
easy conscience, he walked with his head with a deal on 'change and that if ',: -
well up ia the air and betrayed ly hLc I the bishop cared to speculate he might I 13 South St. Jacksonville Florida. it
park and forgot a number of things-that I at once concluded all was safe. So relocl&g Hogan ,
whole appearance that he was well satisfied in a day or two be able to give him a
a gouUemau always should have with the library door he put the key
with himself Good reason for being valuable tip, whereat the good bishop ,
him Among others was my watch. A4ja in his pocket and walked boldly into
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with his and chuckled for here
living inwardly,
to. prosperous was surelya ,
business man I am in constant need of the drawing room.
his fat income waxing splendid chance to add to his finances
greater
year a timepiece I see you are wearing one, I "Ladies.'' said he. "I will bid yon
alter year to Bay nothing of his work Thanking; Edwards he hinted plainly bishop. Might I ask you to loan it to I| good night now with many thanks for Dr C. F. HoustonDENTAL
the souls rich \ that he might take of his
among many poor ones advantage I .
I me merely to loan it to me for a coupleof your kind hospitality. By the way, the ,
rather-whom he instructed every Sunday offer, and the broker, for such seemed "
days? bishop does not wish to be disturbed for
in the of the II the it would
to bcv
mysteries narrow path expressed pleasure "
"What! thundered the bishop. at least an hour. He is busy in the library -
i ; The bishop'1Iet'DlO 8 were remark afford him to be of any use to the ..---.- PARLORS--
aghast; studying some information I have
} able for their eloqu.noand he had ex bishop "Oh. I ask yon merely aa man to just given him in regard to a little ESTABLISHED ISA*.
celled himself in the Thanksgiving sermon I The Thanksgiving dinner passed off man. 1 rely on your goodness of bean deal Tomorrow evening I call For the rest thirty toy price will be u tote**: Gold FUUMtt.< Phutfe i ito
may
that morning The result of his splendidly. Edwards proving himself a ) ;Alloy Filii.... $1 to it.Sos "late$51-!<; Fall get very b....Jt U f ea ]
a*exhibited all evening not to refuse again. Thank you both. by a palate method,where plats are made fmtdu*"penton art gait
In the conversationalist Just four
preaching waa practically seen i, splendid .
i this trine. Polite as ever he bowed himself oat and Sts. "
108-97 Cor. Bay Laura over Mrs. Keeae' JACKSOXVI
collections and he
beside
size of the the
weekly people participated bishop
I' The bishop sat glaring in his arm. of the house gracefully. Strange SO say -
i had no reason complain of the'l'ban.U- 'and, Edwards These were the wife, He His
chair made no movement. a cab was waiting for him.
KiTing day contributions. Therefore it daughter awl son .>f the bishop and a
r chubby round face was apoplectic with "Jim," said he to the driver, "go
was with the reflection of work well ( brother, a well to do banker. The
rage. slow till get round the comer Thento
dor that the good bishop waa on his daughter, about 22 old, was you
; years a "
"Come,come, said Edwards,chang the'station like hell I've copped the
now to a quiet, comfortable, little tall denier, willowy girl fair of
way complexion his E. I.
ing tune. 1 have no time to waste pile. We'll divvy later. GORDON
i family dinner. With pleasure he thought I with clear, blue eyes, and the discussing the matter." Then the cab started.H. .
of bow excellent the menu would be I visitor was assiduous in his attentions
I The sight of the butt of a revolver ADDKGTOH' BRCOL
F for his chef from to her the .
recently imported during evening.The half drawn from Edwards' trousers "
Paris, was no second rate one bi-&IlY son was a young Princeton man,
1 I pocket acted like an electric shock on The Orlfia .r'l'haabctriq.0 _
tamantl Si and naturally the conversation at dinner
the bishop. In a moment the nchl/
.
t l There keen of frost turned deal football and The first recorded Instance
was a suggestion a great on on { r Undertakerand
t jeweled watch was on the floor at the
4 in the air. with the prospect of a snow the"day's game. Edwards seemed thoroughly feet of the man from Chicago t of anything in
la:; before The in the with t'\f the nature of thanks- t
morning bishop iayoltuiMnly up game cursing "Th..fs reasonable."said he. "Now, .
r hastened his pace a lirtle a*heft great fluency on various celebrities of my dear bishop, that gold cross around giving in the history of Embalmer.Full
,.- 'he coolness of the atmotphera It western fame. His acquaintanceship our country is the following .
your neck. I will keep it as a souvenir
*. -ilmost 7 o'clock and past twilight. with various Chicago clergymen all of you." i 1 i entry in an old

ti i -ir the corner of East Twenty- personal friends of the bishop, served to "Kext," continued Edwards, pockettug 1 Bible belonging to one
fa'-" street, leaning carelessly against advance him in the latter'good graces, the cross, "have you any money II of the first pilgrims: Line of Metallic Caskets.
't1\'lailing in front of Dr Purkhurst's and, taken all in all, he made a very "Sonne born to Susanna
about you? 1 confess I come away tonight
tall. well favorable the whole White, December 19th 1620 six
f church was a built young impression on family. yt
ridiculously short of change. -
dressed His his deportment o'clock morning. Next for Telegraphic Orders Filled 6 Fmio.a8
man. apparently fashionably easy carries, graceful i The: bishop glowered at him in day we meet ,
!i 'He probably was not more than 25 or and well chosen language potent wrath, but Edwards : 1m-I prayer and thanksgiving." This how-
f 1t 18. As the bishop passed where he was proved beyond a doubt that he was a ever, is not generally accepted as the
standing he spoke to the divine and the thorough gentleman and the I, first observance of that nature since it -97 19 West Adams St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
bishop
latter halted. though the young\man congratulated himself more an hardly partook of the character of a
:iraa an uttti stranger to him. for having met him. general thanksgiving. But 15 months
' 4 "A fine cool enDing"said the Idler. Shortly after the party adjourned to after the pilgrims sailed from Holland

crossing quickly to the bishop's side. the drawing room the banker, seemingly 1, they held a harvest festival which List East Coast Fish .
"A little too cool for me," responded to Edwards' relief announced his Li ed a week. This is generally spoken of Comp;

E the bishop. "bat"A glance of inquiry intention of going home, and promptly as the first Thanksgiving in New England
was directed at the other. said good night. After an evening pleas- but it was not a day set apart by WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

The youig man smiled antly passed by all, during which the the governor, nor was it' attended by
"Ah. yes." said he suavely. "\ for. i visitor only added to the good impression any religious observance.A r <
got to introduce myself You must par- I he had created earlier, Edwards r few years later precisely the same
I t dun my rudeness. 1 heard you preach I hinted that he was about to leaves ; ay1 thing occurred Thereupon July 30, DEALERS '

. this ,morning bishop* aa,1 seeing you "Wait a moment please," said the / 1623, was appointed as a day of thanksgiving IX. ...
I passing now 1 thought you would not bishop. "The other day 1 bought a 1 and before the second sunset a
' take it amiss if I ventured to tell you painting which I was informed was a -s relief ship arrived. Fast days and FKEMIWe

r' how impressed I was with your ser genuine Raphael If you should happento thanksgiving days came at irregular intervals
I men know anything about art Mr. Edwards for a number of years, the latter

The bishop would have made some I would very much like to have following some marked event of a beneficent .
I Acknowledgment of the compliment, you step into the library and examineit. BE FUMBLED AT THE CO BBATt01{. nature, such as getting rid of '"
i : but the speaker did not give him time ." his imperturbable smile. Four 110 bills Anne Hutchinson whose preaching
! I Be continued hurriedly: "With great pleasure," responded and a couple of dollars in silver were caused such a turmoil in New Eng

f "This is my very first visit to New Edwards. "To tell you the truth paint- the result of a search through the bish land for the termination of King Phil. t3oo ".
I York. I only arrived last night and expert ing has always been one of my hobbiea. op's clothes. ip's war and the close of the Revolution receive "
to return to my home in Chicago Excusing themselves, the bishop and I "Hum!" said the gust of the evening and the triumph of independence in fresh delir

r. ia a very few days Ton do not know his guest crossed the hall and found "Is that all you have?" America. Then came the practice of s. ;
I. .K.: themselves in a small but cozy little The bishop nodded. the governor of each state naming a day Oysters
I f room, in which were shelves laden with "Then" said Edwards, with gravity."I for general thanksgiving These at first every

6'6'1 theological works, a large writing desk, fear 1 will have to ask you to open were not coincident, but the beautiful day.
a small safe and a couple of chairs. Edwards the safe. 1 am certain you have not custom has prevailed for a considerable

took in the situation with a banked today's collection yet Let me time, and doubtless will prevail for agesto
glance and an observer would have see-you announced it at nearly $900 come, of the president appointingsuch
seen a quiet smile of satisfaction on his a tidy sum." a day, generally the last Thursday Fish Houses at Railroad Wharf, Opposite H

L 1 handsome face. An odd thing he did The bishop attempted (p expostulate in November, to which the governor of
but something that the bishop was too "The money" belongs to the church. each state assents by naming the same Ice Factory. IJowis II n

preoccupied to notice, was to noiselesslyturn not to me day. Thus there is one day each year o-
. 1' LI ;s the key in the door. "Ah, that may be, but I am only when the 45 states and the territoriesfrom '
y borrowing it from the church, and I rely TO rerd is order! Fred Tnet ** '"
"This is the picture, said the bishop the Atlantic to the Pacific and yerar *
I proudly "Tell me just exactly what on your goodness of heart to repay it from British America to the gulf return \ I the T'I m 8 err BCoidetv7 till1ltl: ADd cirri V c hvlt.tr pP1Iard T.-.ft at'Oruameatal Ie ..,i
you think of it to the church yourself in ease 1 forget thanks to God for his manifold blessings S''I'IIbbt-.U Ito ..:= .

i I Ir The Chicagoan examined it with the ta Time is flying Hurry!" and mercits. cwertand Tnloliara stock. Our trees are all of well rip ruotrd K" i,and emur i.a t'\'ff'41'v11K rat '"' iUI...
l I it air of an expert Unable to stand up, the unfortunate )1."ud two-y. Rold' buds. .Our prices rr..... bte. Write w or H*ciJ' rnce- :&
I ,4'r clergyman crawled over on his hands \ etrroffurnash Budwad for b ring irew, foe uum it sal sprb5
I You need have no fears said he at Yves More Exciting. e Lediug all Len.on and P..meia. t all o. "r...MrcDo -. "
Y length, after an apparently minute sur- and knees and fumbled at the combina- Tnt INTnbACt16UILEtt11Y: U..U8C. ".II.r.-
tion. His hands shuck NO that he could 10-7311. Irur..,...,
/ vey. "It is a Raphael all right, and 1
yf; l ; ;4i;' ii congratulate you on its possession." hardly open it, while the Chicagoan, -
revolver iir baud, stood guard over him. ; .
the bishop gave a little sigh of relief.
Once opened it was the work of a moment
"Thank you, said he. "Iwas afraidI 1 ili'I
might have been duped, though 1 am to transfer the packages of moneyto '' you want aoWe STEAMBOAl1,
seldom caught napping. Let us return." the capacious peckers of the visitor, r !
1 --
1 "One moment, please," asked Edwards who politely assisted the bishop back to ;

briskly. "I wish you would sit his armchair.
"Bean Ut WT CARD." down as I have a somewhat lengthy "Now." said Edwards. "1 think I am have them to sell, and if we have DOd

bow delighted I was at the good for communication to make to you." perfectly satisfied. You have behaved i, on hand to suit we can build......

tune which 1e41 me to your church today "Why, certainly," from the bishop beautifully, dear bishop and 1 am delighted I 1 JUST WHAT WANT.We .
1 am stopping at the Fifth A venue affably. "Is it in reference to the deal?" to find that 1 was perfectly rightin Fc YOU
the Here is card." "In deal the relying upon your goodness of heartI also
across square. my reference to a repeated are prepared to famish __ '
In the dim street light the bishop other. "Bishop, you have treated me : have only two more things to say,
read, "Herbert E. Edwards, Chicago. with so much kindness since we first I that your sermon this morning was exaelleut -
\ \ El*" met that I am induced to put the confidence and your dinner this evening Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write .-

"I am delighted to meet you, my in you which I would perhaps equally so. As to that deal, why, we .
)0,." said the Lishop, with cordiality, give to nobody else in the world. will talk it over next time we meet, 0
which not be, alas, for or call on us for Anything in Line that yetMerrillStevens
his vanity gratified in no small measure The bL.hcp smiled at the young man may a long our
by the flattering allusion to his sermon. encouragingly. time." -

"Willyou be in New York very long!" "Y OD see," he went on. "the subjectis A chloroformed handkerchief did the Miss Boston How dull and nnexcit- Engineering C

o "Oh, no." was Edwards' reply, "on- a delicate one,not to be treated lightly rest, and soon the old bishop was sleep ing the Pilgrim Fathers must have I'
). i few days. My business here, for When I left Chicago three days ago ing soundly on the floor of his library. found Thanksgiving without football

i visit is a business one, will not de- I had to leave in somewhat of a hurry Edwards drew a long breath as he There was no kicking the pigskin then. Jacksonville, Florida.

I me long, and with but a limited and was forced to start at hardly a mo walked into the hall He could hear Wagley-That's true, but they got Proprietor RAILWAU
ui? friends 1 have no great desire ment'notice: 1 had but litUe time to conversation in the drawing rata, anti their excited licking tfca rtjojun JACKSONVILLE MARINE I


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J TROPICAL BUN WEST PALM,BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY,:'NOVEMBER. 25,. 189T. .3 .A

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A DINNER IN FLORIDA giving dinner, nerved" me for a suprenweffort I THANKSGIVING- DAY. -
,i
ESTABLISHED 1875
and,.quieting my trembling hands, :Whidden'
by a mighty effort of will powrr I again ,;! ., 'starek /.
SHOOTING ON AN OLD ABANDONED essayed a look at the game, holding my gun THE NATIONAL FESTIVAL ITS ROOT William A. flours ,&C4Grain '
PLANTATION. ready to fire the very second my head appeared to
Prepared Supply'I
above the grass. AND USAGES. : ,.

Yes, there they were, still feeding oa .. with : ,q-"' :, )
Wild Turkey For a ThmakitfTfac Repast you Y.1.
the burn as yet unconscious of.-my presence. From Garden
IU Krotatloa: aa Austere Orrailnn
Daddy Paddy. ft Galde Md a Cook. But; just: as I ran my eye along the 8eedsandFertUizars. MfilitresA .
to One of Joy and Innocent FleMure. 63011 M331S! at
Cm That I* Fact Fitting A. -Two brownn.1 of my trusty gun the old flying .... :
gobble .at-d his head and his The Symbol Mid Crowning Joy of the '
bright;
eye '
Good iboU. .'
6 East St. lorida.e
Bay ., Jacksonville { : orSj .
of Too.
taught .1 glimpse danger. late, Feart. .1.- : .
[Copyright. 1877.! by the Author.] however. Just as those burnished wings :. ) .

The first Thanksgiving I ever passed were spread for flight a puff of smoke toll [Copyright. 1897. by the Author.] \\ Handle Only the.Best and Most: Reliable Seeds.Complete stuck of 131, a ." .
way from home found me encamped on I of the danger larking behind that clumpof The American Thanksgiving festival ctzltr' ,
!{ ;
the tonka of Blue spring, about; 100 miles I grass and palmetto. The proud head Which has become such a national institution -1 Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal j
from the mouth of the St. Johns river, in I' fell to the ground and the glorious bird ,has its root in ancient traditions and ; : ril aegs. .. ;
,
the cildnt of a wild orange grove.I lay sprawling with its quivering wing usages of a religious character. The New '

I '\ then. as now an enthusiastic utstretthtd. England Puritans wha 'felt their most Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright tot DarkeAT Native Meats 'a'specl 1ty. .".11 f
His flock did congenial inspiration' in the Old Testa ,,
hunter, and soon after I had pitched my not wait to gee what the J
matter was, but were off at once, beatingthe ment.natnrnlly sought in Hebraic sag WHPLE8ALS : '
air with vibrant wings, but not before gestions,rather than those of other peoples. state Agents For TJgert-.Allen Fertilizer Co. Your Patronage t Solicited. J !
a second shot from the second barrel hadsent the special forniawbich they were inclined ,
Star Brand rerrili en-Guaranteed Analysis Orange Tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Purr Street "f
Market
ou Banyan ,
the rear bird of the flock tumbling toearth to follow.. So it; is that we find in the Ground ne, Nitrate Soda, Mnrtntoot I'oruh.qhJhate! Potash, Kaimt. itc. :
a ruffled heap of glistening feathers Hebrew Feast of the Tabernacles, which These Fertilizer bate BO tuimlor IB the Market,.aud a trial will oout inee.. 1-12 WEST PALM 1 PKACH.
not tea yards distant from its slaughtered embodied the thank offering for the autumnal Send rOrCfttll"gue,.t7te. 7-28-9T ,{
mate."Hurrah. ingathering of the fruits of the
!" I shouted, leaping forth in year the most natural source of the Puritan 't. 1 ;

great excitement, but not forgetting to feottt, which was alike religious and socialin The Dade County State, Bank J;

slip eject in the two empty loaded shells ones as from I ran my along.gun and! one conception.of the most Indeed famous Dr. of Cotton his sermons Matherin 1111f1''''''t11111111111f11'111111/Si1i11111111111111111iitllrt1i1117" ,''''' '' ''/ ''''''' '' ''' '''''''' '" Florida. ,
"
aim Beach ;
"'l'herehdLs, Duddy;there'b our Thanks. expressly: draws the clone parallel with ; :
giving dinner. The biggest turkey in fervid unction. -- --
Florida, I'll bet a dollar. Thirty pounds Yet it was widely divergent. The ,old -- -- Authored Capital .$100,000. J'
: if he is an ounos.: And there's a hen too. Hebrews kept up the autumn feast for -
Both of 'in dead as nail!" sewn days, ending with an eighth in Paid $15,000. .J
"ddn' me done tote yo' so? Didn1 me i which they gIiway to unbounded joy : Up Capital. -*-*
*
said dab tuhkeys on de buhn?" demanded and frisked with an extravagance which ,
I I Tlie Meat Market I
he old negro as be hobbled up'fait. ; as Ma would have been frowned on at any other Cliv t f t Q-C1.RJL ,__ i
limbs could him. We this
shaking carry I season. can hardly fancy sensuous E. N.OIWCK President. ;i iE
"So you did, Daddy; so you did. If it exuberance in connection with the Puri- .
iadn't been for you I'd never have seen : tan feast The iron handed, hard headed, -- -- M. BKELSFOffl, Vice-president. !
hem. You've got a great head Daddy, I thrifty souls who colonized New England EO. L. BRAINING, Cashier, ; : l
SUN enough." found one day fully sufficient to spare ,
"Jes so, jes so, ma boy. Me done tole j from the productive use of their time% en -ICED. S ADAMS Propr Branch Office at) West Palm Beach i
10' et>." And the .Id man wagged his i I at a season when the need of work. was > ,
woolly head sagely and chuckled to him-i far lens pressing. j
-- Ofa e Hours From 10 a. tn. to i p. m. i iGenEraIBanklrgBaslnesstraasactei
DADDY P..DDT.AND HIS HUT. sell He.inaiated. upon "toting" the hen )j.f One can imagine an occasion_ of this -
tent WM uoiuing the country adjacent; turkey, while I carried the gobbler!: and kind two centuries ago. The religiousidt -== : : DEALER : i ::-:::: ft'ollotionnproiut.Uyremitte f
fur game. The bare piny woods, withtheir we both were tired when we reached his lay at the base of it all And sermons utiwelj.t. Jj
on day
swat Mil and tall tree*,offered little garden and my camp. We had a long dis- |{ two or three hours long before dinner Florida and Western Meats Drafts'nght and sold on ibepHocipal l f
In the way of real spun except few >ute about the division of the spoils, each I I. must have given the feast a delicious eitifg tbe United[ State* 1-2; 9..97
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flottuof quails and now and tbt'IU deeror one insisting that the other was entitled smack and gusto with the sauce of hunger. ;,.. .,' .
Armour's" Star
E Hams Bacon
a fox squirrel It su happened that I to the larger bird. It was finally divided I Then how the young folks must haei _. ,-:: ., -. ;
bad extremely bad luck that Ihanksgiving that we would "bwile" the hen and roast I i I quivered in the midriff while the half 1 '
w"-k, and my primitive larder, on the :.he gobbler, and that Daddy Paddy should hour's grace still held them on the tenterhooks and Bologna, Tripe and Pi -'s ,
morning of the eventful day contained have all he wanted of either or both. I as they snuffed the rich odors '- HOTEL Th 'p 1- .
nothing more than some salt pork bacon "Dat am de beg' way." he shrewdly ob9ered I I I, which lifted like inrenfe from the unaccus- :: Feet, Domestic, Poultry, Veni:3 .@r-; e a ms ,' 'i
and hard tack, with a few vegetables "to' ef ,me lab whole tuhkey we towed deUiaues. The spiritual exercitaOVTHEKET -
The grove In whkh my tent was pitched --
belnns1 to an alwndoued plantation and son and.Wild Turkeys, Butter Now Opea 'for Winter Travel.
u .
nut for sway, in the center uf a half wild '.
garden lived one of the ancient retainersof E and Eggs, and a Full Line of ':: All Modem Improvements, ,Electric

the departed household in a little tumble ii -- -- Bells, Baths, Etc..
down Wnty. Hawaiian old > r Vegetables. '.
negro, .. .
known All Duddy Paddy who cline.d to 03y $2.00 TO $3.00 .PER:DAYAddress *.-
have Into Florida when it r, q
come was an *-
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Indian pea etion and to have been at onetime .J. %44 -
a nave of Coaihuihue. the" Seaiinole -- --- "THE PALMS* .

"Wildcat" 110 waw over 90 years old L -- --- -16-96 West Palm! Bead, Florida 1
anyway,for be could tell tale of the timesof -
Andrew Jackson and was at the battleof Mi EMail Orders from any Responsible :3 -

New Orleans. He aI\\'a1sln..l..tt'd, however -_. -- '. ,
,that General Washington was present Parties in the County will Re- A representative,
in and
that memorable every city
at event declaring with W
great pertinacity that U he did not take :: ceive Prompt Attention. :: 11flI'U tows in the State
part in the fight boo wu "tbar or thar to represent oar 1
abuuU. Ills wrinkled .akin was black as -- --- firm tc solicit '

ebony, but Ms wool and his t'Yt'browswt'l'e -- ... .A ... A --- assignments. We willfyiy a' good
white ai know, giving to this old man the -P "WYVW'' eotnIJlii-l8ion Write us for paitZicuIirs. -
air and dignity of a patriarch. .ar '
.
Stencil sent on application.
Karly in the morning while the dew I BOUND THE FESTIVE BOARD. -

Wad gill glistening on the grass blades A Specialty is Made of Supplying Albert Co.

and the river bidden beneath banks of mist, mase'f, him done spwile befo me eat urn tion falry! over, we can even now see the J.Bueky&
I took my gun and sauntered down toward up... grim features of the elders relax into wintry E Winter Cottagers Yachts Private ':: '
The Brokers and
the garden where Daddy PadJy had his Daddy was a famous cook in the heydayof smiles as they zealously pay the deferred :- .

dwelling place. Intending to hunt the the old plantation's glory and he soon debt owing to the inner man. Cars and Parties. 3 Commission Merchants, .
iuuunuAk that lay beyond it. proved to me that his prestige had cot The founders of the American Thanks- -- : j t
1 saw hia white, woolly head bobbing suffered, despite his 90 yearn ivouptng giving seemed to have had a spite against s.-l-. -- r 4 Main" St, JACKSONVILLE. > ',A. t
about aiuong the fig and oleander trees an oven out of a clay hank he draped the Christmas. It smacked: rankly of popery, s.- -.e + 102197A.
and M 1 threw my leg oxer the snake fence gobbler'and placed him therein on 'a bed and,what was even more monstrous to the == 11'lli ::::
be..w raw and tTkod out excitedly: "Hi, of glowing; coals and watched over and I settlers of Massachusetts bay,of that English .
dar, tiubMk! L'mane tell yo' me je;' Bee de basted him so assiduously that I am ready I i relacy the persecutions of which had B. Campbell, ; .1MKr
big i"s gubhlah 'may eyed eber look at. to aver that no dinner' that day in all I I been the motive of their own departure to ljl1j ljl1l11jl1jl1l11jl1jl1jl1jl1Jl1jlij lJ ll lj lj ll11111 '
Fae' : huah U', ," ( Ludden & Bates So. .Music House) '"
oIW ) massa Florida was better cooked or eaten with a a neW world. iso: down to the Revolutionary -
.w itch way did he g, Daddy? Tell me, greater relish. We had baked potatoes, j war.' indeed, the Christmas festival J.ickS''nvile! fiOriJa; ,
quick! Wduut'n'hnytlUl8 to lose.: The Irish and sweet, turnips and celery,wherewith with all its glorious traditions, had but '
old man turned and gazed at me with an to garnish the bird oranges from our little foothold in New England, while ; PIANOS 1 1i
air of offended dignity in face and atti own trees and tobacco to smoke that I had Thank-ghing was scarcely recognized out i "
tilde, notwithstanding hia bent form and ordered esi lively: by the chat boat from of its limits. With the formation of the LITTLE BROS. ORGANS
-Itoh..kll1u: limbs down the riser."Dia new republic and the closer intimacy of :
Limk heah, massa. 'Pears toe me yousa all rumminda me," murmured the eoples of the states thus federated,
puttiu on ails Now, w huta am dat tub. Daddy contentedly, "we didn' usefcr tab their tastes and custom,once narrow andexclusive 0 } Best Makes, Lowest Prices, .
key? Am it yarn, or am it mine Le'ettle 'i no T'anksgibin in ole bUUry times, sah. (j began to blend. Christmas became Fertilizer Phosphate company, Fa: .lpht IVrms. ,' .
OUt quek'ion' right now on dis spot" Chris'mus-dat de season when de tuhkey as much an institution among the Sheet Music, Music Rooks and Small ..,... '.
\\V11, It won't be anybody's we don' Buttah, bah. But it am all de same, how descendants of the Puritan settlers at last Instruments of All Kinds at Rock .
get. after it sean, will it? Come now Daddy somebber. T'ank de Lawd, we uns hah as in New York or Xew Orleans and Jacksonville, Florida. .....Bottom Prices.....
don't lane time fooling. Tell we which 'nuff toe eat fo' once shortly. An may de i, Thanksgiving mounted the hippogriff and Write for Ire C atad.o s u.. 4rt 07
way he went." good Lewd presarb we uns toe enj'y de IChr I scurried to every section of the land where -
"IaiD' what me axes yo'. Am it comin tuck yellow pumpkins shone in the cornfields -
'lUUS an we uns lucky
II are requiring Fertilizers for JOHN X. C. STOCKTON, President.. ,
yore, ur am it wise I'm de one dat gees '0 uff toe fin'dem tuhkeys a-runnin wile indo and fat turkeys gobbled in the woods and you

do tuhkey an put yo' on do trail Now, hlLmm l'k. An dun' yo' forgit, ma boy, barnyards. Long prior to Mr. Lincoln's Vegetables, Pineapples Etc write to RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice-PrcsidenL -
dtt qut-k'iun am Ef we git urn. whose am dat rf it wan't; fer de ole man yo' no hab setting the precedent of a proclamation of THOS. P. DBNHAM: Cashier.

It!" tuhkey fo' dinnah. Xo sah, no Daddy, I an autumnal Thanksgiving from the us and we can give you more value JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. a<
"Well, Daddy, If we get the turkey, gobblah, dun' forgit dat!" White louse itnelf, the separate states had .
which look mighty doubtful you'll have FRED A. OBEB. fallen into the habit of celebrating the for your money than any other Manufacturer .
your hhaiu leas that satisfy you*" same day in common. So that it had become -
YeMdr.. dat am de talk. Oh we git the peculiar national festival before or Dealer in this State or .

Urn khuttS 'nullI Out ar tuhkey am goin DAVE BARKER'S TURKEYS. the great war president recommended to from any other State. Hi.ifefol' pam ., National Bank Of
toe l.! our Ult'a''b..n me sin tuhkey fly I the country at large to thank God for the
da away, me know t'ZIIlkly whir too fin I They Were Won by a Neck on the Pixeo fruits of that terrible harvest which had phlets, prices, etc., to above address. .1112.97t
urn, rah An w has mo", he am likely toe Creek Trail. been won not with plow and hoe and '

hab hen tuhkej w'ir um, sah. Now go "One time when I was burg I felt reel sickle, but with cannon and rifle and saber the Stale of Florida
niiiney' right 'lung fer dot big pine on de offended" Rubberneck Bill said reflectively on the same day which had been consecrated -

a lid* ob tie hmiimli, an ole Duddy'll folltrbehiu as he deftly shut the cork into a bottleof to the more peaceful conquests of ".Ii'" 'n" "'Ii'" 'W' ...' '1Ii''. 'W'" T '1I1".1"r<-:
yo'." ppersauctnou a shelf In Pizen Creek'a i; the teeming earth.
Th old man went buck to Get a tick up general stun and promptly settled for the The fact that Thanksgiving day even in '
against hi; door to keep it fastened during damages. "It waan't the twin bung that Sew England becomes increasingly less TRANSACTS A--,

his abafucv, then U'gun to hobble after hurt my fwlm'h, but i it was the way the and less of the religious institution which G. G. SPRINGER
UMI. thiug was done I don't mind heir hung is to be expressed: in religious rite and
Finally after more than an hour of now an then when there's a reasonable I church service, is significant. Clergyman, GENERAL BU KING BUSINESS.
agonizingly: klow {.mgreM we came to the excuse fer my dom a jig step on the atuufefeer 1 I ctiuinainly speak to sparsely peopled pews
order of a bird savanna, where we but when men treats me as Dave on that day and the giving of thanks takes ,=
..u|>|vd under the khwU of a wide spreadIng Barker an One Eyed Eddie done that I i! a form Ut expressed in the homely saw, Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of .
li\. oak and Daddy gave me 1i.uallD. Ihank-givin day three years ago I kicks, : "Ihe proof of the pudding is in the eating Accounts of Bankers-'
tttruttlon*. an kirks xnverful hard j!I of it." Religion one taught that austerity ..
"pr dat lone palmeeter ober dah by dertvrk "Ye El'e. I am ridin along the PizenCreek and self sacrifice, even in the way of innocent Merchants, Manufacturersand :
> Well right U-jon dat palmteuraiu trail when I sees Dave an Eddie pleasure, unlocked the gates of par -
a buhn (tract,of gross rcceLtly burned ahead talkin about ine. Know in Date 1 i adi&e. It permits us now to believe that : Individuals solicited....
over), an buy khuoh's 'a alike dab U well I never thinks o' plannin fer a gunplay love and kindness and ht'artyenjuymt'nt ICE '
turkeys right dar! tilt down on yo' knees an con-sekently this yere Barker guts 'of the goods bestowed by the Almighty
an <....'1. Ltvrful keerful. along de aigu the drop on me. Benefactor in moderation are fully as close AND Capital and S rjiiis 190,030.
eta dt taiumik, an when yo' glu neahde 'What's bUmpedin ye Dave?' says I, to the golden kevs. Ihe.essential flavorof ,
luHvteryo' rape up an gib it toe 't'ru- hands up. our modern Thanksgiving goes far beyond -
|.. iut Yu' UU'l aU wha'uiedone Wle yo', 'Oh, nothin murh,' he says quietly.. the turkey stuffing because there
buy'" '1 Iwn tellin thLt're btronger. One Eyed may be a question there aa to truffles or : Issue our own drafts to all tide principal .

"Yea tluddy. I understand." My re- Eddie about yer ha\In A rubber neck oysters or >i>ani>h chestnuts, but as to its DistilledRefrigerators Water cities in Great Britain, Holland,
11|wt fur the old man bad incn-a.sed since that's proof ag'in hni.gin, an he bets me being the day picked of all others fur the Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy,
be had shoo hiiiiwlf IoU well informed re- this braoeo' wild turkejsag'ina rifle that festival of the family group in the larger ,
pmlniK ill turkey babtta.mid followed yet blamed neck ai.1't no letter in a hangin sense, just as Christmas is the festival of Spain, Portugal and Germany.
buiii,tructioiikiiulUitly, Casting my t .kilt prow upon the grass1 painfully dead game six.it. 1 have Woken him up. theN can be no question" This ia the so- JacksonvilleFlorida
Ice Cleats Freezers ail
.' rLi ty Ik&ddy. my heart bl'atlng''I'udly at the What fer!' says L t to the majority of Americana, who breaki
|>ix'''|"4i.t uf a near shut at the turkeys In 'What ftr?' reitats he surprised like. i I up and disintegrate in their family cohesion :
fnmt of UH, after I had ai-cuutpliabud my 'What fer Why je derned ftnl. I'm jt more than any people in the world, later Coolers.FACTORIES Great Bargain. -
painful journey was a natural scum of guilt to win them turkeys YtI don't mind peculiarly touching and sacred. It tends
high gram* and scrub i, and to bein.. hung a few minutes, do Yt'?' I to renew the delights of family ties and : I X '
I''H' Ualdy>> i'addy's prediction correct 1 '! like yet gall' says L 'Of course; I knit afresh half ported strands of kinship : AtS5GO .
bad only to tle to nty feet and peer overit minds twin hung a few minutes It lames 1 I' This has been the evolution of ,.- -

liking oft my hat aud blow ly assuming my uetk. I Thanksgiving day, and it makes it parex- If
Taken At
j' a looping I"t,"",. raising my head '. 'loo bad, he says, sorrowful like 'too I cellence an occasion to be cherished Cocoa and West Palm Beach.Jan Once.
ant b hylnl'h. I 1'1\'d cautiously throughthe I bad ye don t like it. Bill but l'te gutter while certainly for this year In special, if r so ACRES
grax U>]'", but suddenly dropped to win them Thank givin turkeysDo 1win we choose to return to the primitive
of land miles south of Palm
the ground, cluuhing lilY gun. my hands I 'em er do 1 not?' says he ixjkin his thought of its institution we have magi 17-tf 50
thaklug at in an ague fit gun into my eye mfiwut reason for returning thanks. Beach, within fit miles from

I I The sight before tae on the burned space] i %Ye do. lUve, ye suttenly do,' says I. Bounty of crops high prices, reviving .;; IT.B. .)L iT.JIL .)If" ..JIlL .a... 'L Jr. ..n,", railroad and depot. 15 acres of
tuna the cork fur the moment unnerved "An he did, darn him! They strings bubble and the boom of hope should give this land is fine,hi\tb hammock, J
Df, for it was the Cr.t time in my life I Die up an as I aui alive an kii iin- !*- the finest possible smack to turkey and _. ._ land Most
the for
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that 1 had beheld wild tuiki'Vs at short ciolly kU km-half an hour later Eddie pumpkin pie. G. T. Ft dare. just oranges r'
range and In a large flee'k There wire pays the beL of the n.Di m QUw of them tbert a gnat bronze hued I 'But it was a derned shame boys," t Plants good for pineapples.. For information
Strawberry
giitiUer, whiM gk..ny i-lumagt shone like Rubberneck Bill said plaintively skive "There's one consolation, anyway," call
burnished o|<|vraiul gold iu the morning tried to, bqaure himstlf by inv itin we to sighed the old hen turkey as the farmer on
ITuinksgivin dinner but it was only raised the fatal ax. "tomorrow I shall be J. H. LIVINGSTON
his
tan, and fight hen turkeys all feeding All Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN B. BEACH ,
do in eatia !
ruLbin it in. What could 1 an young again
saintly> .reummbram not tours than of 50 yards lean away"'I1w lonler, I match ag'in two fat turkeys when I h id a The eternal feminine, apparently, was j & CO., MELBOURNE FLORIDA, for Special Price List, just out. Massey Block,.
my "
VtUuui even a tU of unut for the Tbonks- hull foot o' bow thtu ti.:" E. 11. E. till dui.n; illl.. Mi.>ft ILL the old .frt-.Pil Pit A>TS LARGE AND HEALTHY 10-1-97. 11-4-97 WESTl'AT" ; iI; Cll, fLA.




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TBOPIc.u. 8tn1. WEsi' PAUl 181t 1C$ :fLORID.\, THURSDAY, NOVEKBXK 25,189?. ..,..



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thatGcks the hand of him who unites UlIISGIYIJG. nocuxiTiov.pradunarto S7Vf if ... _

.lbt| Crupcal: :! in!}. him slid fawns at the bet uf the one ttotte.r BIo: aIa........d the roo-taa

.ho kik him).coda hw faleome adalation .. *: ..
MCxeeattve Deparaaeat,State of Flonda.:
t of a fwukrabon.hrw course
""Oedw the laid of ProvWieare
GUY I. METCALF. EDITOR.MEMECU I sow A Greeting From. ..
II beta moco admires, be then tuo>"t en waed tbe dooajr year with atatj Wewdnjs ,

onwansnteoliyget.I oat of bin pn>,- awUlepeepleol CMiaioawMlth have

or inee i in auMiming to ascribe motif .blabu ea.-to lie tbaakfsl w the Dirlal & '
that euatrola a.i .(nidea Ue dertiaies ofToroBjcfcoBt i'hn;
Florida Press Association. 1 that may lead THE TBOPKAL Sex or mesa If' ; ; Furchgott & Co. ti

muTED ..rra any other paper to conduct it* news toe border of oar SUM tberr i
tarrUan of aa 1_ to to material -
eolamna fn hat it consider the '
I w
National Editorial Association. may w *itL. The fapaiUltfa ol our son aadcol1lDAlr.

Tins of public good and public decency. .... filler .!....4
1 I'ftUPbcd. I4dB-tria are btimg ..alttplted.Ed.eatio.al .

0. ,.....SUBSCRIPIIOtt U a.b--. : 12.00 Jut why Doctor Graham considers ........Ko aid 1IdR'$ liMtiUtioai anMa Dry Goods Carpet Clothing Millinery OIH <

as .Momthe. advaaeaw_at.oeTan. it neoiwary to mix up with hw com rreoKvitioa theae tad..... WrafUiafaad u.:

.'featM-fa &4........?_. .... 50 meataadcririrfsmuf another papera to arcOrdaar*vita Cilaoaor'Pllnltoa Suit House ==
sad to eoaturaUtr*fih the prorUaiaUoa ofthe .J' .1 and
homily on the attitude and plk, .
PrevoVat of the Called State, I. Wfl +
rraiuat amr T TM'IT *\ ......FALMMACI.BAMCOOTY. past and present, of THE TROPICAL BiuihaahGoveraorof the "tare of -, .

PLOVDL. Scs,. probaljyaa" diffimlt to understand tloritU.do hereby>> helve Ula, my prudaaa- Of Jacksonville, Florida. 4
.&110.. appnntiac Tharedan tie tweatytfthiUyof -
divera other ,.,
or explain MS are
"?ea'xsr.A.tt,189Taa a day
BXTCZKB AT TIB war omc or wilt Parr '"mil up"IInlf) ..qndt>riD 1tb t have of public tbaakeerrim awl pasha to aa aft -,
.*AC* At IBCDffD-ClASS XATTEB. w Me Providence. A cordial i>tiitatioit is extended to all our friends on tA
marked tue D ..to"lI..titorial career.
Aad I roqont the people of the 8ut toby East Coast to. titit our Mantui' nth tittablishtnent; cortier*
In tact,it miitht tv asked t Rbi here
amde their vocation d aiiltetogiviaxtha.kto
& bejdBCM a>
lancer Paperof Dad COJBIJ.std the Mdcat Week in this v
the
Main and Bay Streets during festive City
P.WlutS'M E** Coart uf at wluMo rvqtiHst, behest ur demand s wlee bo.a..r Had '

Florid bet wen THnarflle baa it been that the mighty oracle by editable reUgtoiw devotion *rd to ,Bl.aiJl r November 8th to 12th. .. hAll
and Key Weat. tratioaa<4 charity aid hladaeaa to thow vho '.
,- the Metropolis tWb it i i'tnmhent on are to poverty or affiktioav"la .

himself to voncnstif to the public ti-aUoway .henof.l have bereuto. i imy set orders sent to ns by oar merchant friends before visiting the City Gala Week will be prone I
Bert Advertblair Uedlta us that Cant hand and earned the grit aea4 4 the
.f fends.Thaakiglvtng.. the inure motives that pnnnpt any State to be aflLSvd at TalahaaMe. the capital -

polity ot THE TROPICAL Srs on any this the dfteeath day of oY" I"'r. to. they io-2l- c s
>of oft Lord. Uowaa-l h a4ral : ......-- Kohn
line whatever? The queetion may be u oe eight Furchgott & Co.
tad iiety+nvea..md of todeftendeaee Ol ,
pettinentpr it maybe impertinent; the Caltrd SlAtes the one hundred aid

ThaaU for the or-iage.d the ptae.lev I ertainly it j ii.. ti.nvjy. ,.y-Mcoad year.

air that idn the putt like wlae; The Metropolis saysTime was, 'WILLIAM O.BLOXBAlf, .
2U Mark worm wine haa swept our path, -U vernor cf JTorHa." .
years ago, when Bn>. Sfetralf was *xpfpcx$ :
Averted putdeatlal wrath; lOB, theCoveraor-Attevt: # a r -
Far alt ...ar .&ad hnpe&it be the most outspoken of all Florida "JOB5 CRAWFORD

Accept Ot Lord oar:tkaaka to Tbe. editors." It can not say that the Secretary of State.- .

E. II. 8.TBAJTCMCITUQ .
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time eter was when Bro. Metcnlf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL N
made the columns of bio newspaper

rid tan tow special DAY-onetbat reason to everyFT otrme the damping ground for petty scan- ; De

dalsor the medium far giving the \%T1. METCALP JOTZCS Of APYtCIT
this year if never before; for DIScEA w:
details of more voted ones. Fortunately ATTORNEY ATaLAW.trin .
YOU
hare we out the greatest reason to -
r'KNew
i ur e'even "f continuous Notice W bents guts, i t
be thankful for the escape our State years praetiMui oaoty,itut tad federalCosru after tab
tui- bad ih'w ,Year Tr'>m the -IrwttlrnnrxenfjrilnwfpvrY pnhlie>t'iiin of a newspaper in Bre LAND CASES A SPEOAI.TT.oflteeut ,Exeatar of tbt EUU iabafl rs:

I ard and Dade nnntirawillnotebuw) Advertisers TKUPKAL Sri Block I >aad.dreeated. Load tart -_
? Hat
not Palis tk-aeb. ade Coanty. fbrliU.CEORGB .
HnartN-lem type that ptrent I we. applr totteCauly J T-y I
any
that I ty. Honda, for a d ,
Coatperial you can buy a j
} he i'ate to readaloud before his ktradua el aald tftato.MS4ai .
M. aOBaiHS. WAlTB m.GUB.ULlOBBIN
abundant crop, freedom from wife and rhildren. The record tblJt & GRAHAM Uo.. $20,000 Bond from 1 E.M.B8 = '
[Eseevtor the
Gratej -
f Ann*,cvtlnnm a n l Wight? Shallot the Metrupolw says we have an "the the Equitable Society,
of all Florida editors. A'TORltEr' LAW -
mllht outspoken
we. of the dut of ftide. IWI Who Use the Will practice h all tbc conita tate and and pay for it in twenty -
thankful that if it be our record has been F e-1onL epeeial lacilitJe fur examlaing and PSt105SC1
infectious;
no or conUgiooM -
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vfftxtiag toad IIUtwe annual installments?
earned and denunciation
disease inranVa hycriticisin have cloned oar wet Palm Bear offin
ever oor
i ttme. *pre,din d olation anti of official wrung and nnfairnesstn Any son ben bmttaea.part from of Uade the Lake County Worth should Ktioa be re or Do you know that at Vreata Iafortlvrltceut0tb... Jadictot Clients }
red either to oar Tituvule or Miami office to a i for Oade Coats :
high places from that of the Governor
WiieooprH-j band? \.ril,.. thin in end will rewire proper attenUon.TttiuTUie the end of twenty years Florida.
one when it would that down t u a justice of the peace, Columns of ,Brevard Co at,.. and MtoaiL Dade Tie Dade Co *ty. J
jear scene wr
d E cool but not for bold display of the details County Florida. 10-21-97 (after you have paid Henry tom..t atIt
.tlilriy ow day to oniverulttwnkmrhing
1 that of dirty scandal in community "!k PLAIN W.Pods a:c.CAMPBBUU all the installments) appKartof from the i
we are living, if eaUaoJiciu for _piatesMVOHCE. ',
for aotlung more. or connty. Whether his effort were '. l.OPE &; ClllPBELI you can- above eathbd and thatoaedtb.dleedtds

nroperly appred iated" or" "whetherthe ( I *.... ia ebb r -

i W VT0 better clang of citizens came out ITORHEtS AMD COUNSELLORS AT LAW. (A) Draw the principal ot the nrideat the Ktatoof rbiW,I
THrosNAr Tern TOWS SLEDS THE PlusdA Nalonet'! b nktQVS 1 t3 -
and him" entered [ Ill East Bay Street Bond u Cash,with a dividend ad-
are street lamps awl more shad supported never aid that the defendant It etq

u... Not bnt into this editor's calculation wbn 8-5-97 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. died,or. yean of age. aad that than Lie
a hy p**** fning--
(B) Dra..thedl1'ldead to Cub. Meta the aervtee Ba whew 1
the troth was before him and his
the
T compJiitwMitinjr loeHtion. : IT C. I10 )D. M. D. leave the principal with the Sod i drfvadaat. _-
the streets, the surrounding country duty was plain. His judgment may l1. ety and receive as annual income It to therefor ordered that J -.

and t....ri'iIl-DJIllia-t1oh'OopLod with Nt times have been at fault as in a PHYSICIAN AND SURGtOM.Oflce UXXCe,5pereeaC. per a. i balm,da appear to the bCl ut I- :' :_-.

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hereto Mon 1M"
TROPICAL on or
t the compliment we every time bear libel case cited but no position was sad Keaiiteace lieU Boyal Potnctoiia nua) for life,laving the principal 1 3d Oar of Janoabetox .L, :

t>. erii .ism or complaint of DO taken or at oided in violation of conscience. Hotel, PALM BEACH; 6-1-97 of the Bond to be paid to your the fir t Uowlay to the i .:.- "" -

lights for the streets on dark nights. So much for the matter of beira at you death I It bfarthrr ordered that tteslibhed >t2 ';''

and trees to I THE Sex editor's "eungtieme" and E. W. HUGH, M. D.. oar a. week for aiC4"'T' :.-- .-
no
protect and shad Do weeD pri>*&II Mid Third daft '
know that i
judgment. you fyoic
thosirveta and .pedestrian nn son PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 1595,U TIll Taer'ca $ca..iibd {

glary dItY.. ThotrveMwe will have An to THE Scs editor havinz! SUN Office in rear.. DimteVt Drug i-tom. should buy such a ida. ia aaid. Cosily of Dade, I..

i as soon as they ran gro*. for many l dI18W" along any lies the Retddeace-Sooth WftIt of-Ide I1emaii of Olin ATeaoe.S2H Street. 3 Door Bond and should die Ordered this lit day ofIH97. 110 '

statement u as fAr from correct MB .
are planted already.<<1 The s'n-et 96 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. A. F.QCIYS

, 2 (lamp we can hate whenever thebns- are most of the Metro| olis oracle's after paying the first [lSt-al Clerk
W.L M ETCALF.
' IDeM men and residents i will pat them statement and conclusions in the R.J B. POriEK. 31. D., installment, all further 'Solidtor tor CoBpiatoaat. .;

article in question. \\e are still living I
CLAIMIt
U rip for the town raunot do 80, with payments will be

S its of fUDd ,still learning and have no hopeof 3-85-93 PALM BEACH FfJk I --/j
preent eacarcity .
waived and heirs OTICE IN ATTACH
your
graduation, in any of the important N

.*. varied lines of editorial A. PUGW.DEHTI8T. will at once receive the
and ur J. III County Court, Dade C_ R:?

A GOOD MCBOOL, well attended, u n newspaper experience. principal of the Bond ged.tge &.Gale All 1.c

e good advprtiWrnent for any lot-alitj. In this moat emphatic di claimer Is The CrowB and Bridge Work a Sped-tty. (20,000)f W.8. Uaioa.ToW. n. } ...ew.n9..'i .

Oar County whool board hag far of the motives and policy that Due Local AnaMtltetie Teeth.weed to Excrartionol 8.t latoa.cWNda..d: .f'

oUheJ scbooU wherever ne>d l, and tor Graham has seen fit tit attempt Teeth zt acted Without PaJn. Do you know that soil totemted
Yes added that
OFFlC4ih Door from (.or dematto Are. are hereby
the parent. *tii.nMee to it that ti> Caddie on us. as self appointed and Olive St72.9di such a Bond can be issued iMtiiated. and know peadtaftV- .
their children attend rvgnlarljr. The WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. Coart d DadeCuaaty. tlurKto. .,- 'f
for Tar Sex have
spokesman we no for $1,000 or for
BEST Galen W 1\. Ltoioa VMrd tee 1t-"
fol'owingadtifpfroni the lake
ButW
'esire whatever to question the correctness T. and
DANIEL $100,000 ilewrlbed property,tyiajj
( Bulletin will fir mime school iliitiita *- of the attitnde' the Metropolis L. or for any Coaaty ut Dad.aad State ef (,f', :

in this Coant.r: "ParentH has HO abjectedly outlined an its DENTIST. intermediate amount? attached,to-wit: ,;;,<: :_<
The tart halt of SortkVtrtE -""
s'loold make every pllN1ible Mrrilll'f': own. It is entirely within the province COCOA. 1HDIAN RIVEB.FLOaiUA.l-at Do you want to know -t half...S.wtW..t,..rw .-

1 in order to Mend their children r'ga of Doctor Giaham to set forth more about this Bond North-Weet ......., aa4*** ,-

larljto M-hiMil. We are glad to note tny rand all attitudes of the Metropolis AdvertisingMEDIUM \yALLACE R. MOSES Wed qJJ&rttf'aa4 divided W '
Then East fractioaal half >4 SerdeS
fill and mail
that moat of them in this up
virinitj not that such a declaration of Successor to A. W. Robert. to..allup fort1-l'1s ..aSJ tb..ta... -

are doing thin; yet.a trw are still policy is needed to appraise i the readers REAL ESTATE AHO INSURANCE the couponbelow. Three(ll) East Dade c..tI. :c. .
Dejrlertinz thus, their imperative One(l)) Mile,UM';!) Hore Ww
of every paper under Doctor Agent fiT West Palm Beach Town LoU also P.t.M1"Weedlra.One .
i H.-.roar:
Went Palm Be ell Water WorU. SlQgle -
duty to the' growing generation"t
iraham'a editorial management on I :NOTARY PUBLIC 1 8ryt\drt0dHoeOa.(1)CaUraaw .
Clematia Ave-Dae,near Olive..tr...t. TweeOD. .
this but
coasl: we will publish his 5-21-97 Wwt falio Be-ch Florida. COUPON.
.(l, Plow, Oae ;il;: Sfcawl 1te>t .
Now position as he himself elates it with
THAT LAKE WOBTB U coming LlPt H raea.0.l Pesd

into promir*nee ax navigable water out criticNm and without comment GUY L METCALF The Equitable Society, fat 0..(1)8J>ria "" 0IIa AL .:-

riudit former It speaks for itself louder than One[1J J Packing 80_. 'nit ti '
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quiet ruthlessly 120
NOTARY Broadway New
PUBLIC York.
( tongue or pen: said W. S. Llaioa la aId '
di'tarbed by the many craft that For the State of Florida at Large. attached .
Its ''In'closing this article we realize Of I would like to receive Bata .... .
cover surface every winter, it I Any Deeds,Mortgages Leanec and Contracts an ex. Now,therefore the ;
; that our readers will say: How Drafted. aU o her *** latef*** all" ;:
would he well for the ow Dora of those about the Metropolis? And the inqUiry CuoYeyaodng a SpeciAlty. ample of your 20-YEAR ENnOWMENT qninsi per to.&'* art*..*--s*f 1 >

t craft to procure ropint of the D. S.mvigtttiun is pertinent. We admit we 4 All Work guaranteed Legally Garen. BO the drat Monday appear Febrsary.l.* ,"
Office in adapted>d
TROPICAL to
SON .
Bdddtk.Neat
f are not as outspoken as..e would
laws and Ju.lgm.at by d-bait will W f-.:
nee wherein Palm Beach Dade .
like to he. Almost CuuistyFlurlda.
every day we my
age. : #
-- said defeadaat.Wlt !_
thotte IMMM Hpj.ljr to theirveMHcU.aniltk compelled to clone our eyes tj -- -
... aid tk*trat'kFthin
I : the liet-etwurjir steps tn niniply matters is large which enough some, we Jay,shall when pair Miami WEEKLY PAPER C.T U. LIVINGSTON I wag born on the...._day of let day t,my d bud Novrathcr. A.QLStiL *

t ._ viihtbeintit OIMV. if they. have not lish. At present we cannot afford t.> JUSTICE OF THE PEACE i A. r. Jif

done HO already. tell are the truth about week matters and whoa are Sixth Judicial District Dade County Florida .-.-...-.-...._.......18..._.... W.I.METCALr. Cart !!-a s::
happening every
r- mss Office la Ma..ey Block Attorney tar PlaiatAVOTICE !f'
compeUeS Jo remain silent This is
In
The ::;A
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THIS OKASOB COWTY Uwrd of a mortifying confession, but we are 7- 91 WEST PAI.M BEACH FLA. Name. 'l;
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consoled by the soothing assuranceof ..*.............. -
county rwisinisi4iiners )hi"
appropriated many; good citizens who tell ns I M. D. L. DODSON. t"Ort1lLlCA -
one huu<'reil dollars to ad.y that "it is better to take no notice of < I l'

tL.e that county and other counties such matters that it would injure Address._.______.._......_ Lane Ort'lt:1 at l).I".......'..1IL.. '-

; have done, will do the the place to publish them. But we STATE Of FLORIDA 10-21-97 Notice i*hervby ( ikJaiaol : #
or name five ,
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are perfectly aware all the time that mtler hi.<..........
', thing, for they all want settlers and they are only foolioe ns. Do yon Miami, Florida.FKAHU0 to make flaa pr.rta weed' "k
know that advertising in the beat know, kind reader, that if we were 8. s. and th't .ni>. P""" wdN 1II1II1f_ 4
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to pnnt the news, we would have apersonal aeista. .taa.se Try THE SUN for C mm, Coil I, at Ja.1Ilia !
Job .
189. U
and Work.UNDERTAKING. :
quickest way to get them. Dude encounter with kiives and SHKBN. G8O. O. BUT IER. .Joseph Wells../h. tIIt.
tiiiHI1.
County, of e.11I1'JIP.m goon fall in pistols on our hands inside of a v>UEKX & BUTLER. .l1,7II for the..wtr kdI
line week, and we would look in vain for AdvertisingRate 40 Smith. R_BW( 41 K.aL If.i '::'
: the protection of the law and its officers sum row AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. H e.n... f>e WWmiaJ m*
? And there would be others his rontiaumif reihfBrt ipes! t
ETHICS OF Office at West Palm Beach of.""ioll...'.. rat .
JOURNALISM.n too cowaritly to a 1opt such a course, legall, J A .\l'IIIOtIr...UIliW\- ,
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allhhead fu,
Sheet Selectlnz and graddtnA laDI locatIng GEO. H. MALTBY. W. S.Tanere. H'W****M.'_I--
the Miami Metropolis last wee vindictiveness aDd estimating timber a llpeelalty. Care.- John H. :riBl. fS faee.. ,1
ful aDd .
correct work -- G. w.It"" ,,t,
to enable individual of guaraDtetod. AD -- -
some
perty rou;
Editor Graham under the capth'n"The mnnkallonl bI mall receive tt + at JY.- !
their own stripe to start an opposi Will be tiOD. Mate aDd Blue "rlot..t prompt aUt'DI I Care and
Sent Lo.-t Embalming of
the
on Ap .. 1'rIWE.'iT Dead
Eaitor'aConscience"! under tion paper at Miami and we would rn PAUl BEACH FLA. 11.7.95 -

takeb.Ha he has per'eet right/; to do, be compelled for some years to come 20 Years' Experience. WHBXli Jat'h.mrin,be .
to divide time between
desperate "
our wM
to tell why haloes not care to make struggles to make ends meet and plication. \VILSOY WEATHEKPOIID.TONSOftlAL -- 'I' it your OH Friend ta I
with Bargain _
MM paper 8 public scandal monger kicking ourselves for our lack of re- Funeral Supplies in Stock. you flal8l 11t
GiMdd
Thus far. all right hut when DoctorGraham policy. ARTIST. Pry .
; A mortifying confession but,alas a ** ea.1 dents' .'UI ul-hl.t.
(like the proverbial dog too true." having Parlor Mxt door to Port-0mce. Telegraph .r.nutu. D. SINGER -
1-T-9I Oaq White 8tw, W.t Palm
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THE TROPICAL BUN WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA,' THURSDAY. 'HOVEMBEB Z5,1897. 5

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THE PURITAN FOLK a long story of his various attempts to

remarry: when his first wife died leaving I When all visiting oa?..Jacksonville. m. E G UBE D .HARDWAREI!

him a widower 66 years old. He IN..
MEN A0 WOMEN WHO GAVE U3 had a dreadful time of it, for he was J. A. CRAIG & BRO. I' : t tw

THANKSGIVING DAY., close fisted in the matter of settlements, ..... FOR -. r '
but finally he drove a bargain.In '

X..... T.ry Attract. Abt nil SI4.I the early days of New England MEN'S FURNISHINGS. and Crockei'y I

.... U,.. .f Ow r..... Aoewton.Ctmd almost everybody of dignity performedthe carry the Largest Line of
marriage except the parson and the Glassware; and Lanterns.
TMsf &e *** M4 rIULarphat. Hats and Lamps
whole of used to invade
... company guests ''"'" ''
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All Kinds of Boat Coods.
the bridal chamber and make long prayers Negligee Shirts ,

Th<. who want to know Just what there. Young fellows who were not Stores,Tinware Doors,Sash and Blinds
to be found in the State. Sole Agents for
bet of people they were who gaTe invited to the wedding had the pleasing All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods.
America custom of stealing the bride after the Knox and Youmans Hats. I
a ThanlugiTing day should Gasoline Stives. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stove
marriage ceremony carrying her off Everett Block W. Street -
nt Alicw 3Ion Ewle'i 229 Bar
book "Cua- Harrison Bros' Mixed Paints
Ready :
toou and FMhiciu lu Old New Eng.The and releasing her only when the bridegroom I I &-12-97 .JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDA. ? 24au Orders Given Prompt Att&AUoA..IJ.97 (
land" bought a supper for them. ..

They had good things to eat, though -
reader will (
rarely wonder howit if twd people did have to eat off the I. i If yon are thinking of irrigating your truck farm

tame about that theao people were same plate. For instance one New, pineapple field or orange grove, send me size or area
rwprtuille' fur an anniversary day when England way to cook eels was to stuff IRRIGATION yon wish to cover and information of what you BRELSFORD :BROS. i
they ao bitterly oppo e o'd letting theirpoor them with and cloves stick 1 want and I will be glad to furnish all information
little half frozen, skinny children nutmeg desired and give estimate of cost.
them with cloves, cook in wine,
placeon

Oddrato The young April OHM Foul's of day.those days were a chafing Indian pudding dish and, hominy garnish,with rappawn lemOD& J. G. CHRISTOPHER, Real Estate-and-Insurance 1 a ai

beautifully did in linen-gome fleshy and Hill} i
pone, samp and succotash learned Machinery Supplies.
thin <
thoagh-Utt1e.
linen abort deered
how to cook from the Indians. Pumpkins Palm Beach Florida.
,low tvtduxl shirU and taglike dreasM Irrigating Machinery a Specialty. ,
they didn't think much of for the
of linen drawn in around the neck 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.,
nason that they had such an overdoseof
with puckering ktrings. Notary Fu.blicCottagga to Rent. .
them. And here is for
a recipe
"pum- 1
Then the Monday after they were born -
pion pye" which housewives
they were carried off to the meeting and use-if they can make head may or copy tau 61.97 Fost-Office Building. North of I'oinciaiu Hotel.JtAJniEt .
brae to be baptized. There was no fire edit
:
In thuM meeting bxnuea, and often
they
."Take about half a pound of Pum-
bad to break the ice in the
christening
pion and slice it, a handful of Tyme, a
bowl But the Puritans .
had
no monopoly little Rosemary, Parsley and Sweet I. STORE GEORGE H.CHASE. KH.BCRS POWERS. !.
of such cruelty to children. The rn '

brie of the Episcopalian prayer book ESTABLISHED 1886-_
aayi that parent must not defer baptism Tr AST'OAST

longer than the first or aecond Sunday

after blnh. S. b. STORED & CO.

One of these New England parsons :
believed' in infant immersion and practiced .

it, too till hU own child nearly

hat its life by it After that he learned Wholesale Commission'Dealers ,

IOIU8 IeDI8. ..
i
Judge Bewail writes Jan 23, 1694: .. and Shippers of all Kinds of. -

"A vary extraordinary storm by reason -.,i.- "' -" <.

of the falling and driving of the mow. ; of ,Florida Offers Lobsters .
Few women could get to meeting. A : : !*

child named AlyiandfT was baptized in '" .
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the afternoon.
It U surprising' that ..' -."- 11

truck so deep into New consumption England! or .,. ;'--o. > .t.:1., : : Fresh :

that infant mortality was so great. Remember Fish.Turtle. <

too that in the book on the _,." ,< -.... .-- r" -1
rearing of children it was advised that
their feet be often dipped in cold water COTTON 11.1 THEE. :
Marjoram, off the Stalkes and .
and slipped Great
that they wear thin soled shoes,
"that the wet may come freely to chop them small and beat them, then Advantages ........ i
them. mix them and beat them altogether and

One doesn't wonder, either at theme put in as much Sugar' as you think fit, Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida. _
then them like froiz. After it is
fry a x;
of the families. Sir William
was one of 23 children by the Phipa amemothf'l' fryed let it stand til it be cold thenfillyourPye. 1M8-97. 16 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK. I
Take sliced Apples, thinne
; Printer Green had 80 children
; ronnde-ways,and lay a row of the Froiz
the Ber. John Sherman of Watertownhad
26 children by two wives-20 by and layer of Apples, with Currans betwixt To Settlers in
the of .
the layer while your Pye is fitted way .
his hut With death making
so -
many and put in a good deal of sweet butter
subtraction, the Puritans had to do a T. V. CASHEN
little multiplication before you close it, when the Pye is Perfect Climate, Productive Soil, ..
baked tale sixteen yelks of Eggs, some
ltmu t have taken a good deal of
White Wine \ergis, and make
scuffling with the elements to provide or a Choice Fruit Lands
Rich Garden '
bread and meat and clothes fora family Caudle of this but not too 'fhicke, cut Tracts, Manufacturer of and Dealer In
up the Lid and put it in stir them well
like a small Sunday school They didn'sJet
together whilst the Eggs and Cane and
Punpious Sugar
Good Schools
to it is
enough eat, plain fur the ,
children were almost all rickety and be not perceived and so serve it up. i I
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Probably it was good but there was YELLOW PINE LUMBER
all had to take elaborate compounds of mighty little "pumpiun' to the "pye' Tobacco Areas, Plenty of Churches
baked audit, mashed earthworms,herbs
and a good deal of everything else in -. >
Laruhura and ale
them.
to
strong cure
the shop. Sixteen eggs in a pie when and countless to
But the children were smart children: ways earn a competency
they are belling at eight for a quarter .And Timber.
Pb..be Harriett was powerfully converted '

will scare out a good many thrifty ..
when she was 4 old. JtueTor-
yean .
houac ies ol
; today. .
ell could tell Scripture stories before _. .. .
They were heavy drinkers at -- -
she was S years old and before she was pretty Mouldings. Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work,
first, but very early it began to be hard
4 khe could say the greater part of her lines for habitual drunkards. They had Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates.
catwhLnn of the Psalms readdi.tinetly
many to sit in the stocks, lost their votes and
and make pertinent remarkson had a great"D" made of "redd" cloth Jacksonville, Florida. 10-23.97:
things she read. She asked
many hung around their nocks or sewed on Attractions
many mysteries abtonbhing questions about divine .their clothes. Special ='

The recipes for fancy drinks were intolerably I .
Cotton Mather took his little daughter
and full of all the
Katy, aged 4, into his study and their long and all the herbs of spicesin their I
shopo .
told her that he was to die shortly and The Southern Fuel and Supply Coe o
gardens. Their simpler ones were rather pany
To
Tourists
that the mast remember all he said. lieset messy things,one would think. Here and Sportsmen in the line of ,
before her the sinful condition of
is Landlord May's recipe for flip: .
her nature and charged her to in t Wholes*!. And Retail Dealers J_ "
pray "Mix four pounds of sugar four eggs Bird and Deer Fresh and ..
semi places every day, and so on with and a pint of cream,and let it stand for
much more lugubrious matter of the Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
two days. Fill a quart mug twothirdsfull Hunting Salt Water
same sort lie lived 80 yean after hewarts ,
of beer put therein four greatspoonfuls
poor little Kar,1IO.1"b&c' of compound. Then thrust and Laths.
the lively sort of time the Yachting Shingles ;
Puritan children had. into the mixture a hot loggerhead and Fishing
"
The pour little Puritan boys were notallowed add a gill of rum. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
A popular drink in Salem was whis-
all, and Bicycling Turtling and
to go swimming at tlebelly vengeanoo"-charming name! ,

every tithingman was strictly enjoinedto It was made of sour household beer

keep them from it. Each tithingman simmered in a kettle, sweetened with and Sea Bathing, Shell Gathering.
had families under his and
ten charge,
molasses, filled with brown breadcrumbs
if one may estimate that there were ten and drunk hot. Office 408 West Bay Street

boys in each family the chances are
For medicines the old Puritans had
that on a hot August day some one of and Jacksonville Florida.
the awfulest messes. Sow) bugs r.o. .. 10-28-97-- ,
thaw 100 young ones defied the law iu -
roses and pounded coral and toads
dread and the chances of ,
executor goingto and burned char
caught in March to a ,
a place where it is more than Augustall of the
and ambergris were some drugs.

the holo year either.around and no good swimming Of the course last they degree.were They bled and used physickedto to make In I Of all Regions for Invaeel The D CO.

But the ones danced and they Raymond Knight
young
up parties or classes and go to a retreat, Th
ha drink. little 8 0 n.lids considered
*! punch to One girl where they would all be inoculated for by people

yrars old wouldn't stay at her grand- smallpox-not vaccinated, but inoculated -
BtothtT's house' because she couldn't with the real disease. There they who have traveledover -WHOLESALE-

have wine to drink at every meal, and
"broke out" together, had the fever together
her parents upheld her in her conduct. sweat together, scaled off to- the world as superior to the
They had candy and gingerbread and Housefurnishing
gather, and many a love affair sprang
oranges and pictured story books; but, cir-
amid such
up highly unronuauc Mediterranean
alu. they went kturies of the "Couver- cumstances.The Riviera as a health '

kiuo and Holy and Exemplary Lives of greatest of all trials, one would MM.Qoods x

Kwral Young Children" "The Life of think, was the way the neighbors all giving life restoring resort for

Mary Paddock Who Died at the Age ofins got into tho sickroom and prayed all }

"l'raue Out of the Months oflinbeii It good the We extend cordial invitation to
day long. was no poor those afflicted with lung troubles a
and the likes of them I badgered creature: telling them to hold ,
They went to school and froze there their tongues and to let him alone. all East Coast Merchants to
when they wen'n't warmed up with he told them rheumatism catarrh etc
They kept at him till to :
'Luum 1.lg and with whipping and such pray and they fairly hectored him into make their headquarters with us ::
beneCts: of nature." Betide, the teacher heaven. _

had devilbb devices such as a split But they had glorious times at fu. -' *- during Gala Week. 10-2141 J.
batch, into whom cleft the bud child's
nerals. They must have all got tight as ,
sane tau put and pinched.' They had drums from the amount of liquor they

leather paddles. and the whole community drank. Funeral odes were about the only

didn't rise up in horror at it. punning poetry the Puritans wrote. Come See and be Convinced-.
"
though little children were blistered They had no prayers or sermons-just THOS. NOONEY & SONS

pat grown up young men. put the man into the ground with gnat ,
bachelors and "lone men" had the pump. Everybody had to have gloves

went of it very decidedly The tithing and rings were often given away by the That this Section is all that its most
man kept his eye on them all the time. family of the deceased. They had such Commission Merchants

I In Hartford they had to pay 20 shillings lovely things on them as- ardent admirers claim for it. ,
, a week to the town fur living }>reparedbe
without a.if& Widowers hardly waited To> follow me. t
till their wives good and cold Dr. Buxton of Salem left when he PORTERS-
I were
t Man they married again. The father died a quart mug full of rings he had Our people are hospitable, and they are gladto

hud "made" as the thrifty phrase was by J
and mother of Uouniur>> Window Foreign and Domestic / A
Ufu widower and widow 7 and 13Wwk going to funerals welcome good people from anywhereand
of in New England the ,
rtivtivfly when they were I Strangest: all.
1 land of rocks, where they plant fields Fruits "
; burned. The governor of New Hampshire and Produce
I married a woman whose first husband with shotguns and the sheep' noses everywhere. ,

; was put tn the grave just ten days have to be ground so that they can nibble

i Ufure th. wedding. A single woman the grass between the pebbles, they WHOLESALE

I was"an antirtit maid" at 26 years,aud used to import the gravestones from old > CROCERS

a spinster of SO year was a "thorn- England. ,
bark. And these were the folks who invent- COME, TO DADE

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THE--SUxD -fr-s-CHOOh THi Date In ffirtoij-KoT..19.. -
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h-'I ."JUa IB the IRa )[s"di d a'eMIIruUDc. >.'": ESTABLISHED 1874. & Com sf

USSlN IX, FOURTH QUARTER. INTERNATIONAL Kingsland .
CIl-tMrp Bottn Clarke.Ameneaa ee die ---Co Hoctior a legitimate baaktag bosinesy
SERIES NOV. 28. aDd explorer. Ura ta Attemtrfr eecaty. .
Va.dM.lB3.BU upon strictly oioiiaerrizl lines .

<.iIa.ba1ml Winsiow. oprxm ef the r
Tnt .* th. r.-. I Pet h. lilresa t'JOUd tkxea caaiut Market NEW ::
i Kesre.redurirgi No. 5 Y( _.7
7 ......7. -CUr Text. I Pet I., She s.u woh tie AiaUcx bus u WU First National Bank of FloridaAT
anmttoa,. S. C.;tied t> Eats t: XC&Fnaz I
T C*msestag Vj tk., IU.. H. M.BariGg feeaobert.Uermaa aaftoeal eompcncr WHOLESALE DEALERS L\ ALL KINDS OF Fi

Mears I I ,maud fur feu stag,Cad baLaui.died ito i
Vaaa; ternZ? .
completed our Rudy cf the Artatf laa-J od .Abn Uar&ld. rrwneth prerfdent -
the A poddi*. it cerate"un Ctrttgtbat : U the Card Maee. LoB ta (Jraogcvi
w. abocld bait at tart oee leaaon I I.I A.. died a* tluctt. tr. Long brmoeh. D 1 plorida fish

from the writiep d PrVr who vaa .a tieL Jacksonville, '- Florida,
ICU.vne. EaJeek. poet, died at (JaibluJ. .
fMtb Wore Pacl. who .aa twed ty the6ptrlt UA3., bunt HVU. "'A'>h"1(4
to te tie toftfevger en the jE1'tat&1 tsau-twnenJ rlenr.k&ff. the Boaa agent' !S.' cits chi bnauess of merchants, i lantm and rah growers. All accounts baTePrafu
of Pentecost who aboiped .... ,I.... ... .
I sass to open u rub. aa..wmtai t.J r '
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the donr to the gentiles, aid with whom tdE6-caroiaaJ fctoapajte. rrand as of Usewo.U A
f ? Panl At CM tiiM *(tnl IS dajf ID Jerusalem did AI (Cat i, 17, Ib). But irbtfhcr wtnodj l&CrwblasI I Mddvo. Ute Eceu. radts- on England aril the Continent bought and sold
sad acutM died u Pana. Len LML ,
the writiaja cf Peter or Paul the ; > 'on favorable terms.
tbrocgb both aed''i
same Pfirif afoke
t wrought to t<<1a. eUDa. Paul ..Id. "Be This Date In Ifut ry-Hov.20. JAMES H. SCHUMACHER, President R. C. COOLEY Cashier. ConaSamsat. SoUc1t* .

t that wrogfct eSectntlr/ Peter to the _, IO2IOJTi
U'r.t'8ID da Uaoa.a followeeoftklamLta..daectered-
pnrtletblp of the cimuMMoD, the tame :: .
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war Klgbty la me toward the frenrtlea" t&r ii.-ai.ge to the fast la- -
(GaL II, I) la bet, we nest tear In die b fIIIlhe d ': '
Bind flat vbet&rr we study Moses, orI tiuu;Eoi.aJ*. cape .. 9 to'+ ..:'4 ."T..; :-+.::. +. ::..::o: "+=o- ._::. -r.o-: :"..: :.+:. NEW HO'Only I-

the prrjj.btt, or tie r'(eli, a t.ktkc, f r fifcl-Kr UirMopber eat UL. ;.:
Bet elation,all were written by the tery Eniu.h mss tf aratsa.dud. SM

mine korj Spirit of Od, Um lUi- .
1. "for. mach then ai Chris bath -ALraLaJB Tccker. metaptjrtnaa '*a4BMk Brick Hotel in Town.

sl offered for ua ia tie Ge.b,rna jocmtretUkcwhe .,Lets dim n at<&r UTe7.EniIlUld. 5 } D.-HORN & CO. PALM BEo\ CH PIe
WEST
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with the tanx hind, for be flat l& -Tooi Hood baciarut and .
path inffmd Io the Cub bath std from edtor U ita. MA e In." Tte tbocptt here tstti c I tetk to aaibur fill "hoo of tile b ID1.' died: ban UURCn1ttyt.ft c-xnt-l-U-d, WIt is 4s;'
1. Are values in Housefnrnisbir THE SE'II'TOLE -
l.
I chapter til, 18, where bs aid that Christ 1iLk64her offering great stantial manner and c1e/3rl 'va _
bath once lU end tar tlt>\ the jail for A>zander J. E. Ooefcbom. Brirbk r gs ti> ,th V valued Cast Coast >
arbitrator n the IZEMU A: .aL->& cijunjcade rP on high ground fronting Lake Worth and connt tn4i oJ: a wagsiflcetg,
the ODJort that He might trite to & trade. .
ua f i X te a: few of their special
M Oo.-DfoTa la tS7i'i die. Len ksoS.
God being pit to death In the firth, tot ed view each way and guests copy pe-'petni hreeze fraa a!) ,
tftt-Znr AiailrtJ 0 B. Oiu oa. retired,died f prices for the nest tea dan:
qokteaed by the Spirit. It amz. to iw in Iliiladtrlphia: Lora hAL : Cuisine and Service Strictly First-CUa.
that the thought ia a ctntiLtUkiion cf the l36j-W IJaIa Jamts Fiats.1BttaMtbnlinb I-

beginning of ids epistle where te emr.baaixea popolariy kacnra uMUj Flutus.*," : i..t. -. *. EiUs {2 per taJ ui up. Spedal Bates Ij tb YI k sr i
& t the Jhlnjr hcje Ij the reswre:tics of eoB dua.died bear Ptuladeipiu:'Loa laALaa 0 -112 !'Mir Dais tPd Diawr*et_:;._._ $7 49 ,
Ctrttt from the dead std dwtlls tfc' ; LS L. :I.laoe *- r' 5"i I'I re D.a.rated T* 'S*_. ,,.. 3 6T
open 4.r GEORGE ZAPF Ii :
InberiUBee thereby eccred to UII wbicb *-. Gn m vieh Babtnateia. the Boaua *- ..': 10 Puce ricer f" Caaqabfor...t_ 199 114.97 {
ptanut and euutpw. dud: ban J :a. r' 4free"attad t !
TG. .1Det_ _
ought 10 lift u aboie all pieei: tbteg C 6J .
M4-..U)5ei t'aeiIa. TmkcOi ftmhamaiicp .. -
+
o1 8 Quart W'terPaUii, Each_ 13 ,
Baking 1U bf>tj in an eontennticD.t. Overt BnJaia. cued ia Urfkiua. G4rs.ire
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"That be co longer ibncld the the +: IO __ 15 POPE & McLAUIilN JACKSONVILL.
This Date In H rli 12" ** ** "* .* ._ J1.
r Rat of bin tine In the te-b to the I&sta cf !t ry-Nov.21. 20 .
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men, jet to the will of God. Or u In 23
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Y ISTS-Sir Ttcotaj Gresham, Enlih t.xaomia. i r
Rom. it, 11, "Dead ic&td onto fin, let died u Lo&-ua: uum 1.1:1.: > e' 3 Quart CUT-,...:TIN BurkrU, Iieb__ _:_ 5
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it Jie onto God tbrocgb Jc,o. Cbrl-t our lj&6-fcir JUui lia alma. ajUi' DaN afar t..J' f 3 ". 8 Fruits and rodeCommission
A' ..
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Lord." ., .11) "
The laced dcntr U a new creature wh. ervul with usa'tiod' a1n-rt tbeSpanbb '. f
i or creation In Christ, old thin;' arua.a ant waj a.o ia.ei VTh A: 6C.p".16S 1IrftII(01l..f'ff.T_ .._.- 29 '
't patted away, an ttlngs new. end be Uoppoatd Sir fraud Drat in Azaervan...,. >>. 0 6 w at TniBblrr-- f r. .___ .r _. 12 J Merchants.

to bate left In the grate of hi. dxaLLTJ.Lad Gl ... t-.tter I'Hint lor _._. __ 10 !
L-",, Brf.bh admiral born died ife
bapttan Into Cbriat all the atif! life with : We M-U a 6ie & wl and PI tier f.r ._ -49

iu alma aDd desire, and benctfonb airy tsas.1James B JQ, the 'Ettnek I hePer l" n BnoaUa..t PI le. each i S Fancy Grades of Batten and Chi

to walk la eewocM of We (r JD. ri, S. 4). died; born I;.". t! Larif-Dinner Maten. r..b.._ ___ T /' t

L "'or the tine fart of for life may to6 Ciarle f rase Adama, arbor and di- :.. t 2Opoo ..at" Sf...... .'..tl..I"r__ 13 We Solicit Your Business
office oa to bare wroopbt the will of the ..1awa1J. woo au t'at.ea Sao iruiKer r Gmrl I In* Fee l'-r__ __ 1 ,
fentilea, when we walked In laadiiocDea .- to E .t-ian>1.aring the civil har. ana aa ar- ;. j i G...... ""'Jto,- Pry. Pnprr 1 We o>ly solicit-business of Merchants ud WD1 Sot CQ rden fta** i
Utn.ur in the A1&tMu.a clauu ca.e, died -- rJ aboUt boy from their k+ me deairrs.
*, lusts exceaa! of wine reieling, b nqoettDga .t; 12 Ce- ar (,all rVwcU* r b ot RCbhrfir.-
ia burton burn acre MJS.laifeHun.
; m
,, and abomioable Idolatriea. .Jntmiali McLara Eu k.eipwemcrof A 1ti'., Lad Pee it. W.tbRabb r'or,.__ i', l
That ia the life of maty citizen of till Vucuuin and a member of EUm.ua'. -, Leat.r rnrs.i._,. ..:, --:%.R.a tl.1o ...: t3 CrBta'r
world today Jnct Icing to fulfill the de eairfnei uiea; born tviu.bMCaptare +. craLa psi Pu-piste. F.xh... to 1
alrea ct the Ceeh and of the mind (Epb. II. of Port Arthur China. aDd ..- a Vary Sine Parlor Lump (Dee rated 99 .. (i ED. S. K ft.1 t
I), with DO thought of God or of a futurelife. n'hie Biaonacre of Uuneae. :;+ HAL'iES.HAINES
That, boweier ia not the writer'. lift Sir fienry t'-.. ',{.nrate secretary to BROTHERS,
point here, but rather that thaw who bear Queen Victoria llied at Cbwea. .in,iaod; J i

( the name d Chrict are ofttimea tiutttj of bun 133. Caivi-rt \au. tuned Aaerteaa A WORD TO ALL XICI.
Und cjo axehiuct.: drowned m Saw Turk ; : jVIaehinists and
raring that aaoie old life In some iteaanre, tray 1 EngineAGENTS
to their own loa and to the great difbonorof JM-tkDjaQID Ward Iicbardionetlebrated : : Send us your orders and .e will
i 0
Him whose beautiful Dame they bear. Eii4iab tA&1&1I1II nail. ,w..a SA Lr.o :+. FOR-
do the rest. #
4. Wherein they thick It strange that dui; burn tau : (: \)
if ye rao not with them to the aame ezce**
of riot, ifttMog eril cf you." Io our day This Date In 22.KOEoln The Gas Engine and PGwer Company.

U b not only the eOJ.le..f thia world who History-Nov. .y Repair Parts for (h -ir Motor in Stock.
lInt U strange that tbeir witH or bur Caraber Sirar do la ttalle.uplor. if J. B D. Hrn & co.d. .

I bands, or brother or ilfttn will cot er of the M joijppi rtilrj.Lan u ..iuen. .
Franca: kited by mninnrin fuliuvcn ut7.
freqoent the theater and the ballroom anymore Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a Specialty i
aloee they Late received Christ, but L -11111ip Join bcfacyler. American soldier. r < 1'-'

many wboe name are on church n-gixtm Lam u AKnj. died there Last13hLJugald SUCCESSORS: TO Ar'a ;
and who are l<<'IIae the communion sable tiiee art-eminent bfAndi plulaegs.er OUR SPECIALTIES
and yeteontinoe In tile old godleMlila -- and. hjcinrer. hers in UJauvgh. :
are harder to pot up with in their cruel there u Io2j. ;;. F.? Will aIlll, Son & CO., i. t T
}1 word and conduct toward those who will mIiiI-Ic.hD Lawn.Oral prtxident of the eon r Repairing.... TInstalling. ,
walk no longer with them in their world- UD Da1 a.ncrUDdL., the articl<>(con .
f Uuea. fe6eration. CUa a at Oats fait, 1 a.; bum t105 East By St.. : >> Gas. Gasoline Naphtha Kern Complete, Isolated 1

it-count rt& **."?.. .Vt. nr i TTj;-. I 't f '- T "" kid Pumping Plant for
"Who abaH
liii 6. trite! to Him that lalo-Geuge Ella Mary Ann :"_).the EnUirO ; Sales -
bAs ready to judge the quick and the dead." b.h novenas. ai aria, KngUml; ; UJt. : Jacksonvin -FiR; (:- Steam Engines and of tnr tie llie operated bye
..11 1 w. found to tbe ACM, there shall be a 1'ft1JICi'Ibe s.n >: all makes and capacities tas+ .steam or water
rnarrection both of tie just and the I D. French-American steamer Ville lu
( .u jogs but Dot at tbe sane time. There Marie,from :.t w Yore for Brut, run due 3 lovtntova fiodals Conatruetad with s.er..ty and Dlapat
at a.a b the Lc lteli ktup Locbeem. P-:; T'.J
s i shall tea judgment also of thing and Y saved;unt of:IJ! auoU CD Urdk vm.. .-* ..+. *i.+,3>_-,. j:* ..+i dead just and nojart, Lint cot all attic .0 .W.

acme time. If we are ChrUt'i! our judgment 18enry while Vice'iilLouu prwdrut,d1al1Dg1illobtod, L e.nat a'.UI'....... Office and Works, l illc

a for tin ia pan ..t C'aharr. where lie 1IftTburluwd: D"" 'ornipy::::;,_. and n 10 21-57 Foot cf Uberty Street )a\l flc
IIDlft'Pt1llClf' our .101, tat all who are file iUcWl of JUQ. pol
r tooit appear before HU judgment feat, tube ell,: br..ri--:rD :I.Y..;; \01'1. dud m Sew Tort REYNOLDS & HULL
jodgHl for their works since
they received
U. Ferrbs mTentcr of tie Fane -- -
Him (Bom. lU.tJj\ i,,,, > tr*. vbebt. died in Pit .bung.
After tba! -* J .'" *.'* *. 10>- DO NOT FORGET......
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
.. "' .r w" will come with Him to DEALERS IX
1I Judge the thing nations fr tbeir trratOtent This Date In History-Nov. 23.HStAntou .

1 Francois PreFiencft Russell & CO.
end of the thousand all the ncsavrd -
Tear* ,
I vast. wnier. did. A jish 0-gsters Game ,
I will appear before the great white throne lie-Prsnklt: Pierce fotr-
ere they are cent into the late of fire to tet-o.li pnsiuent. bona; \;._ tldJW ,
have their portion with the des it end Lit k4 "" ft

aBjttU (Her. u, 11-15). If people bad any lS4-EIbridg Uerry. sutea2l 7 DRUGGISTSWE
faith at all in Cod tend HU word, one man one of rte-lI1gno,! .*' \Z1>A 'rte.
died m KaUucgtoo. Um ,iiAx. ana Green
would "Gcd
reppow that the statement, 1:41 l *V -

i abeD bring e\rrj mcrk into jndprrent. 1&16-<.;harlotse Cu ahmaa.A' tion. l '.- CARRY A FULL LINE OF
with w-crtt tLirg nbetber it bet
every
bona CuiI.
good cr wbetter it Ie eul"(EccL: xii, 14), trar. (wd acrr.a io 4. UI GE5- BertT.lyreTtumae SERVICE TWICE A DAY. Druggist Sundries loUd

would lead them to consider their ways, I. BriKlfTwn. bootcb: aatronumer V: : / A-'I
I and if Cbristiits IkTed what ill wntt D dratltIBtiaipre We'caUrni to 111"| rw...t tra<1.. last year and .

I ia I Cor. Ul, !s. U, they would surely French Paul CheralKr. the veil known deplume are full) prepireil to da $o thin season. -- \Perfumes and\Patent .ge.A .
ctncatorut muer now
i : mend their ways end quit their rorlcliness -
Un-arnt, died' born lain.lWiliam .
lest they be fared u ty: tre.l11uch to
III their iba me. dal.. m. bog J Euliaoi died; born Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies. I

8. "For. for this ante was tbe gospel l l-ieernl''' Alna Peteraoa Bwey. noted l 1PZCISL ATTENTION
preached also to them that are dead that FtoloJal inan and guvemcr of Indiana Courteous Treatment and Prompt servfcl
I they night be judged acccrdicg to men: In dial: bunt.;;.'LIt
the flab, bat U\e acccrticg to God in the 4-erneraa naluun Harrej Oiteon,a CnwnTe. IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FRO;
Spirit. The bet ligl.t I bate upon chapter ...ran. < ..:d at Tiftn.: 0.. bornsS 61.97 Seminole Block. West Palm Besel>

Ill, 19, ia that found in chapter 1.11, G&-Macnce Frvoervi Ut Baa* noted: marme "c= '--'
arti. died in Saw \o.k city; ban ire: -
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which. If I ondtrttainJ: It, tractea that the S L bartboiotua M. Hi aua. prvtaiai-nt 13Uieranre The East Side. -- !

same Spirit who was in Christ waa al o inNonb French ,died: in Puru. Lora L";' Seed Potatoes Beans Tomatoes Etc.
aa well aa in all the prorbtts, and 1IDI-lalo Capas nl, the gt 1DC knot of lw ,

L tbroogh hIm preached to tbe actedilatiana. tine aied a1 Parma, Italy. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11 4.91 Bt .YGr.ea P.Nt: E treat TakMine. Early Moa.wk, lap Rid mot hkf> f I
- who in the day of ChriJ l'. humiliation Best cl AIL per b.J.heL S.SO-
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were spirits in prison. May they cot This Date In Hiswry-11 ov. 24.1STJ BEA*_\\u l*....l: imp Golden Vax. Buck Was Wardweirs Cllr.' 1hs. t.
Rm t T o''o f tea \\
ax.per bashes: $;ookrv
be the dead here referred to who. when
I< JUm Scarab n.- s coal L.. Prices intended to intro-locr b 4Bew n the war En* fWriir ;
Kaoi. rtfom
rebgioat my
r tbe* were alive bad the gospel preached dot- burn bua.Uraat er. are cultaa..lwits..ra.rt.a...__...... by rl...a..I ..."..1 _
I to tbem,some of whom must have believed m EtunlicrgB. f-r Market Carle era Wa-iies l< Pricw or aye Hr"r., t aTb >>
during tboae 130 ,tars Lot possibly died 1&6-Ju.Th. ehivt. .awk died in tknada1ZHenry Order filled
I WHIT on same day a-TKriT LBURTON
; before the delajrt? I confess that tbe waters TluuuiS Buckle EngiL.ii hiatortan. -.J
I are deep here, tat come day we shall burn in Kent, Ln.;iacd. died Id It. BARRS Seedsman
,
i know more fully. 1836 Cuattn Emne-T. tx.t and author bom.
7. "Bot the end of rU thing U at hand. !.>to--. .. rr.UuamLaicbt.t.relit WAIT S 10-ai97 JACKSOXVI LE f1O ,
Be ye therefore tofr and watch unto Whg .:a _lL&n, (ilv..lylw'k a t... _i..1& f n. --

.. I prayer." In few of tbero-eibilay of our IKS and William aecomp11.hmeAw B. ..AtAIr. wo, dial of ;John barD Ja 1.;a j A*
sojourn In these nrtal bulies trdiraeny U. D. HENDRICKSOK]
I tar. died IB Mow York city; banal. 1 WAIT !
day or tbe possibility of tLe whole c!:: rib: 189P-AaguaI Belmont banker aDd pwractaadied

i being caught cp any day, what natr.rot in New York dry; barD J814.1m'Ihe AND SAVE YOUR: MONEY.
i 1 peraona ought we to be in all holy eoneraaUoa Hnm_ d murder mal resolted m
and fudlines! Whatever gifts or acquittal for the noerawbo: rad n..ua the General Merchandise.
peN God baa stowed upon OK, Kt 01mlnLner Pimfcertoa: madIrC1GoruDa llr>i. J Frank will rvtnrn tram Sew York in two

the same one to another as good John J.Jacob of Sea Vii ,.....'.* ithHL1\tn.f' .
'I' steward of the maniftld grace uf God give mod kl n.&lIIr; bun liS. Wholesale Oils

bus(ruse endure 10). Let all oa lUtekJ not thick,. counting trials strange them a This Date In History-Nov. 25. ,W',axes'.an G an t' rr 1.urn1s1ungs: Gasolines, 76 and, 86. Salt L GrO UPI S, Pel lllS. C _

privilege, and even if suffer for
we doing
well. God will be well pleased if we take J.6aae writer Waru died,in the Lcjy.um hymn: ;;;_"' .'.;.:!.J@o --.":.@o@o. ..... ::-'':.@o. t' S-:::::.1....:.:!. \tr"J.j:2.:.....:.:.:..
Hat Sloes
it meekly (chapter 11, iU). burn 1.4.G3i4ieneral. Caps Dry Gonfe Stilt Ms {
,
fc "And, abuse all things have fervent Jean Joaepbfeoinbert A Full Litll!' of ih. Latwt .Stvleu. in ,

love amoEgycuntltea, for love hall cover Aaabit ,a French
.
.. moldtode of fliti." Humility before auidier Lurtaint ut.a..lua fortune New,born Or in ,$ SHOES $ Sem i [ Ma ac1it c HardiarC.r

God (chapter v, 5. II) and love to our fellows teeasin Lr64Ltgarth. .; ,

must be very pleating in the eight of the lghsh l .
God. for both are ao Cbriatlike. Though painter and e&olC&1unM. Agent for MaptV and Willinm A CUrtV- Per

Be was rich(bow rich we cannot imagine), die; turn 1t... The Boston Store t

yet for our rakes He become poor ttat l & TaraaiK.D of Sew York Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor
thus He might make us rich and it was bj the fcrltiah. the taxi nLOC'li- ,
Bia lore to ba when we were deed in sine puamn bekl b;them in the Crated Slates. MRS. J. FRANK, Prop'r. Boats 15 Feet in Length tad Coder.

that did it-tbe love tat shed HU blood 14-Juba bailo. omed' biUkaJ chuiar. died; Steamers -
bu.nU.4 '",11\(11. K M-k. mi Kenyan fit-Pt: WEST PALM
blood which alone take BEACH
for n, that can Jiii,-ba henry Bavelock. noted English sol
away fit* This la tbe love that coters dirt and one ot tile bra_ lea fna during IIJ t! "LalceVorthU and "0 1atlye"

sins aid if we bare any love to Him the ncpvr mutiny in podia died a* UM \V
worth mentioning we will not worry mocb eat {of.ar; bum l'. e.tfl On Lake

trer chapter ill, 19. or Iv. 6, bat jut bold .-Urto. the noted singer, died m BerUa:
fag and wait for light and Uve to get fouls LunaJd'Ihua.u dolt Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and J"k

under the Mood which cleaojeth fruu ail Aodrewi Bendnckj nee pnaade&t *
bf tile L anal lrl" PATRONIZE THE Free Delivery Boat Lake
rtta-% wed IU v"a .SUNJOB OFFICE on Worth.
ata. >uti>u (,.rA I?Ji. -
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THE TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, KOVEMBEB; 25, 18ft. y. -f _

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there was the boy and couldn't afford -
THANKSGIVING. Harry
pantry and seized the pie and hurrying to
to board him out, and so Essie had to GBoh ZAPP, Gax'LAWRENCE, SAMUEL B. MUtEK. CU.R5NCSG. HIU.EX.
the door opened it and thrust out the pie
Vow th Jocund leer tat take care of him. And she did. And she Into the night, crying: "There! It's the Owner. ,Captain Established 1841. :} 'J: J) : j '
down I grew to love him so that her whole soul 1"1
M. last onet Take it!
Spring, with ber trees was bound up In him.- And Harry he "I dou't want your pie, Trudy," said a
broideries hated that boy's father,and instead of lov- deep voice from the darkanes, and a hand Launch Seminole S. i. MILLER & CO. .
the
ing child used to be all the time looking ,
And itarlik flowers sad
..". laid hold of her own as sL) started back, .
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for the father' traits in him:: And
ItdDI frees, and a stalwart form came into the beamof '
then he to of the child U. S. MAIL BOAT WHOLESALE :
t Ii tar off, faded and unknown. began get jealous ; light and mounted the step and enteredthe ,
not that he loved ILssle much he
so never
I I door and closed It behind him. "I Makes
Daily Trips Between West
loved but himself. And the
anybody
'W I t Where, too It rammer1 more he saw Essie cared for the child the don't"Geoffrey want your 1 Geoffrey pie, Trudy Masters,I want she you.cried" Palm Beach and Juno Stopping at Commission Fish Dealers/

opulent tame more he let It be he didn't for
seen care All Intermediate Points.
Th poop of wood, tbe staging bird, him. for In a fainting an voice Instant.UIldidn", and caught his know arm No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, ,NEW YORK. :-::
support
Ira BOW ol things not seen or heard "lIe didn't strike hIm-oh, no, Harry .-
.F
you-I didn't expect""No = :: !
Sa atoma't.ebbing, flickering tamo Farnsworth -
RUNS THROUGH
didn't strike
him-but his THE FINEST
," he said "I don't believe you did. Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish
But laWy flatbed October's blue every look and word was a blow for the Nobody did. I didn't myself. I didn't FISHING GROUNDS ON LAKE Mackerel, Blue Fish, Etc. .-. -. ,. -'.- -- -.......*" "!

Of Lam1IIc beauty on oar way. suppose myself I'd ever see you again." WORTH EVERY DAY. References Fulton Fish
: and Market National
And he led her and seated Bank or any Wholesale
Sow it. with all the march from May, In her In the *
Lies dead and hidden from human gait 'v chair she had just left and took another .Comfortable ArtommndatloLS Dealer in the United States. .A&

opposite. .. 0*Stencils tarnished on application. 11.18-Bm'>
t for Day PuseDgers. #
white the la In the -
Bat ran sky "\Thel"8 did you come from, Geoffrey -

Memory will still reclaim the past stammered Miss .Trudy, when she could
And who shall fear the wintry blast peak. Launch leaves Railroad Wharf

Or areUe ould when snowflakes fly? "Nowhere," said Geoffrey. morning at 8 o'clock.. 1118-97 every '
"And where ?" she THE EAR MAN HOUSIEIs :;

Tbs"The! larger rick in many the barn a garnered and bin geld "Nowhere, after,a" little.he are replied you again.going resumed -

The things the farm and garden yield,
Are< after warming his hands at the blaze and
Best of Accommodations.
Let u be glad the circling yew quite as if they had parted yesterday, "I We Mil Farms quickly for c..h. What haft von '

Baa brought lu gifts ao manifoldHie haven't been very lucky. I went away In for tO sale. Akron or exchange, Ohio. A SON H.RUSSELL wet& Table Beat: the. Market AHords.SaUua .:'

beauty of the wood and wold pursuit of pastime. I haven't caught up 1ft COAACCUOfto- ;- :'.
And fur the thought: that life U dear. with her yet. I'm back after 25 years of

it, tired out, without a dollar In my pocket Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot. '. :,:
Let 111 (ire thank for ererythlng or any clothes but these I stand in. Clematis Avenue, '' '

Within the swift year' ebb and flow. And I looked at the old house that had g MRS. S. E. BARMAN .
.c
All lives mart meet their cold and Know, strangers In it and I looked at the old ; ,r :
Bat at the end eomea jubilant spring "I COCLDS'T BAY DONE"THAT IF I'D fAX: graves that held all my people and I Supply Store .;
RIED. --- ;:
JOU.BESTOI. wasn't going to become a tramp; and 114-97 WEST PALM- BEACH. FLAY.
sensitive little creature. He
never pratodthe there was nothing left for me but the river
poor dear for anything he did, let him out here. And I saw this light and came ::-West Palm Beach, Florida, .,
MISS TRUDY'S VIEWS. try ever so hard to please him; he never '"!t.
this way,I didn't know why and I lookedIn
smoothed his hair or patted his cheek or J. D. MATHIS Proprietor.
,
the window and saw yon. You haven'tchanged .
gave him a kind word or any other word. Baker & Holmes '
kT&ixucrmo STORY BY HARRIET FRKSCOTT Sometimes he'd look at him with his big much in these 25 years, Trudy. Sicccuer u Bra..I..'* Bakery sad Cnctry C*) <
8POrroRD.Co I'd have known you anywhere-the same ::
eyes so like a wolf that the boy would cheek My Motto-"lulck Sales and Small Profit .
old l'OI't'Iln your the same soft fire

[ )'rla'ht" 197. by the Author.] have then he'd to run sneer crying at out him of for the a bawl room baby., and In last your hour eye.and I've It'been, all looking been rushing at you over this Bakery Goods and -< WHOLESALE DEALERS IN >- F .

. The long wire of the doorbell was still Because the boy loved birds and flowers I the
me, things I'd half forgotten-the old
rlbrmting when Miss Trudy, a woman of and all outdoors he called him a girl baby, I under Family Groceries
evenings the stars the old days Cotton Seed Meal and FertilizersHay
|utck motions, abut the front door to and because he was delicate and a little upon the river. What a cursed fool I was .MY Specialty.Goods
rhlch she had been summoned by akxgiring thing made him feverish he called! him a to go after fortune and leave !" .... .

beggar,having run there atfcnw humbug. But, oh, how dear the child was "Well" said Miss Trudy,you not without delivered free to any partof Corn, Oats, Flnur, Feed, Grits and HeaL :. ;
with a pie out of the batch she alms to Essie: I How she loved him I She would sit some hesitation,"well,you've come back. the City or across the Lake. ..r!
baked to give away on Thanksgivfag. With her arms round him in.the twilight, "Yes I've .
come back. And there was
She did not know who the person when Harry was off driving his fast horsesor another brief silence. An Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Materials
ra., but the person evidently knew her doing nobody knows what, and feel the I I "Geoff" said Miss Trudy then, "what Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest Building -==%, '-
fcnd laid: "Thank you. Miss Trudy This child's dear little head on her heart and sort of life have you led since you've been prices paid for country produce.Buy .

bie gives both of us reason for thanksgiv- I lay her cheek on his and love him so or ?" of and I will nave 6i-q
gone me you money.
tag-me that I've got it, you that you can i lie down beside him at night and feel his "About the average. Nothing much Lime Brick Cement, and Plastering !I Jr.

ve Ie.II arms round her neck, and his dear breathon amiss. Nothing at all to my credit. :
"Humph!" said Miss .Trud,. "If Ihadn't her face and his soft, sweet kisses, and "Have you married "Tough on Flies.' .

any better reason than that forthanksgiving It was a joy and a comfort to her-Harry I I "!\. There was always just enough Jew
shouldn't, say much about taking his pleasure somewhere eke-and remembrance of you to yndar." Guaranteed to Protect Horses and Cattle against Flies. .,
?
k" And then she went back to her pret- all the joy and comfort she had anyway. "Jow'syour temper

hr little sitting room. Its blazing fire and And she would feel she could endure the "Same as ever." New (goods z 9.1897 Office, Main and Bay Sts.,Jacksonville; Floridad
lugs and rocking chair, its peacock feath- one as long as she hud the other, thoughno "Easy go lucky?" .
Irs and fruits and the great fragrant tempo child. If he was one of the angels, will "Perhaps so." Pri'cesa.t.a

tree that she had raided herself from a make up to a wife far her husband's neglect "You always were a spendthrift," said New ,.
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Iwd. She sat down before the fire and I of her. And she used to look lorI Miss Trudy." J. T
We welcome all our old friends and .
tamed back the skirt of her gown over her I ward to the child's growing up and grow- "When I had money to spend, maybe." petronaandcordisfyinvitestrang- Jt WINCHENBACH, Manager. F. M. BURST,.Treasurer.

RDM*, showing, had there been anyone ing into all she wanted him to be,and her "Not likely to be now then," said Miss en tn visit us. '

to we, a foot still delicate and pretty aa having him and his love when she was old I Trudy, half to herself. "However one Watchen+ Clocks Jewelry and .

Irhen Geoffrey Masters used to pull on its -and it was about all she had to look forward Jaired in a family's enough and to spare.I ....Optical Goods FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS -
fern-shoe deaf, dear, bow many years to, and goodness knows she hasn't! suppose," she added presently, "that :
| o! "Yes," said Miss Trudy to herself, ,I much to look back ward on, for her whole you've had so much roaming you'd be: Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing' ,

r should say I had some better reasons for glad to stay at home" Neatly and Satisfactorily Done.

| glvtng than just that I ran give "Glad!I"with a tone that somehow found .";
wa-.tIaIJa and mince pies,though that's her heart., Only free, by Opticians latest approved in the City.methods Bye The tented new Iron and Brass Castings. '

igabdaVaL I've reason to thank the Lord "And you don't care for.fast horses and store will be in charge of Prof. Prone Idner .

lor a whole procession of blessings Yes, ; tI their companions 6raduateOptician of King's Optical College General Promptly and Accurately Done.*
knd the first and cheapest of them all is "Don't know whether I do or not Never New York. Repairing .
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that I'm a single woman and own drove I like boat Dally Papees and Ptvloditals. .
my one. Fancy a best. '
Saga and Grate Ban Shafting, -
Iron Building Columns. Weights a Specialty,
planter. I can turn round without any i> .r ;jJJi "Yes. One Harry Farnsworth's too G. W. IDNER & SON Pulleys, Hangers and Boxes in Stock. Saw Mandrels oj all Sixes Furnished. .' .an
body's leave, and there's no man here many in a family." And then there wasanother ,
battering up. If that Isn't a blessing. I .r %, silence. 1st Door South Russell & Co.'.Drug Store .-\-;'
Seminole Block. Cau un us SUGAR MILLS '
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Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside. .' j10021oC)7

West E. H. DnIlC Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.



Palm .



Beach 0. W. WEYBREOHT ,, "" ,.T.0-.;


Dealer in Hardware, fPluraber
DrugStore ;c.:

Mixed Paints :R!?! .
Steam and Gas Fitter .

Tip, Copper and Sheet IrOD( Work.

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IH B HMH H B

e -DEALERS IN- Dealer in Pumps Pipe Fittings aDd General Plumbing Supplies, Tin Ware Agate
has Uf And then there's this hone "Do you drink said she, gazing.steadily Wits and House Furnishings of Every Kind.
"' mine Aunt Gertrude left me a trifle into the fire.

money for my name and I put It out "About as much as yon do, I suppose.I .

i Interest, and In 80 years It bought me like brandy in my mince pies, though." Toilet Articles AGENT FOR THE AEHMQTOR. CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PLANTS
his hawse this garden thin little orchard And then there came a laugh into hit Drugs, ,,

peach and pear and plum and apple eyes, and he leaned forward and tilted up
her chin. "Look at me, Trudy said ha +
this pasture, this cow and thilpprtne. ,
Estimates for Work and Material One both
And I've got what I had he1 "Do you mean to take me, after all?" Fine and or promptly

to live on and a little for the poor. I "I don't know. but I_do, Geoff," said Stationery Fntnillh.\d.. '.
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in't have done that If I'd married. she. "I guess I should do as well as the

'..*. I kraal to think It hard times when married life before that baby came had I others have done if I did. And. my goodness V WEST PA tM"BE3A.OT3.. : LOB,1DA:

Trey Masters led me such a dance, been just a slavery to his folks, the old father there's the minister! I'd most forgot Druggist Sundries..
king my heart beat BO I was afraid he'd and mother who gave him the plan He always comes for his chickens and

It and then going away the Lord If he'd take care of them, and they saw to tarts the night before Thanksgiving."
ITS where without a word when I'd ant It that he did. and that she did too. They "Tlfen take me now," said Geoff. "I've Prpscriptionsnarefnlly CompoundedEast Coast '

made up my mind to marry him. But just walked right over her and sat down got nothing. "I'm nobody, but we mightbe Coast BntuncsH Solicited.WEST \ Florida East Ry.

fra sure It was a merciful escape. on her, and she was soft enough to cry happy )'et.
| "Yes, thuiw werecrwldavs. Don't tens when.they died. I "With a sort of afternoon happiness," PALM UI<:AeH. lt6. Tim TabU 1U. 9-4:'rrKUd U Jail 8,1337. t

about old fools! There's no fool like "And there's another thing, I'm sure- said Miss Trudy, swallowing a sob.

young fool! And that man made me I'm sure it's a reason for thanksgiving, if "We can go down hill together. Here'i SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up).

BfT.r once Yes, bo did. It gives me a ever there was one, that I didn't marry my purse. Quick" You'll have to pay n obi NoJi STATIONS. '.0 'II No 82

king now to remember tbe nights Ito Harry Farnsworth. I guess I'd have the minister. SEEDS ::::: -5. ...... fTR ..... v....... acksonnLe ....A.r. s 95p =: 111.-' ::::
And then there noise of
I watch for him and be didn't come strangled him. I couldn't despise him anymore wa a bustling I...... lOb .. 8l p ..... Ar..St.Aagusttn..Lv. ib: ...... f"'-- ..... ......
t never rouki bear to Wk at the Mars on than I do! Humph! Yes-well, welcome as the minister and his wife came ...... lu fie ..?.... ..... ...... Lv..8t.. AuCUltine..tr. 6 2 ...... ..... ... ......
clear winter's night since Humph Farnsworth! And there's other In for their customary basketful, and an Fresh New Reliable. ...... .11ilia ...... ...... ...... ......... Butinga........ 44 ...... ...... ...... ......
Harry my Crop, ......11 ..... ...... ..... _.Ea t Pa:aka........ 4 ...... ...... ...,.. ..... .
-...ll..e do outgrow things If we shut, Louisa How she did set her hearton .... t1 bra....... ...... ...... .......... .......... /a p ..... ...... ...... ......
||,. long enough, and that's a rmxon for Larry Wellmanl And I didn't wonder. ......1101 ... ...... ...... Lv......... Prata..........Ar. p ...... ...... ...... ......
nkrgtvtng. I'm Ye*. I'm an old fellow. And Varieties best adapted to Florida. ...... 14ip: ...... ...... ...... Ar.San )(at_........ Y. bb& ...... ...... ..... ......
sure. He was the most engaging .. ...... ........
..... 0ba ...... ...... ...... L..8aD Mateo..Ar. ... .. .
and I'm thankful for 1C I'\e often b&ndkome, too-handsome as an archangel Special Attention given to the .......I218i ...... ...... ...... Lv..OrmoDd.jr. II Ii6Jt ...... ...... ...... ......
wouldn't, marry the beet man liv- his great blue eyes full of heavenly East Coast! Trade. ...... 105p ...... .... ...... .. ...Daytona.......... .. Btp ...... ...... ...... ......
Rome ...... 115p ...... ...... ...... .......3ortOrsaga.. .. II R. ...... ...... ...... ......
(; I wouldn't marry the pope of light, and his yellow hair in m.a.and J ...... 14.1p ...... ...... ...... .......New Sm .rna....... 21 ...... ...... -..... ......
tlnuwU if he wax to a..k me. I'm my his face as if it was cut out of marble, and Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.L. ...... I I" ...... ...... ..... ......... Oak Hill ...... 1 aap ..... ...... ...... ......
i 1"'IIl'I't1. and vterythlng about me Uny when I looked at him I always thought of ...... Bbd...... ...... ...... .........Tttusvtll.......... 12....... ...... ...... ......-
and 1 a dollar And said he w"NOWBER& CAMERON ...... 1\%lip ...... ...... ...... ........CUI PolD......... 12 20p ...... ...... ...... ......
own can give away the morning star. people \ / ...... I alp ...... ...... ...... ...........Cocoa ........... III lip ...... ...... ...... ......
r bout acting Jane can't. Look at was going to be anything he chose-minister The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida. ...... IMp..... ...... ...... .._.....Rockiedge......... 120 ..... ...... ...... ...
jfanr the can't nay her soul's her own. senator, pm-ident. And he had a 11-12-97 JACKSOJJVILl E FLORIDA. ...... 4 06p ...... ...... ...... ". .........Rau G.IUe......... ". I185a....... ...... ...... ....N
nd yet when she wa at honte.he ux-d little something, and they got married : 11

rule all the text of us children with a And she was in this world or the next. 415p.'

d III IMD. And now she say to Jalivd And so wan ha And the first thing she ...... s ...... ...... ...... .........&bastian.......... ... lO&ia j _.... ...... .;.... Nod/
I1'ar,1 think Ml down town Rain home and vent l CEO.S.HACKER & SON .... 650p ...... ...... ...... ..... .8 Lneie. ..... II. ...... ...... ......
go knew he came one night ...... IQ8p ...... ...... 600&, .... Fort Pieces........ 8 ...... ...... ...... 110, .
I you'll let me have the hone.' And he to bed with his boots on. And she's never ... ...... /... ..... ...... /e""N....... Eden .. ....._uu"___ Seta ........... _..Uh_no' -_-u-.-u-, 6W
ys'l'an'the\'a the hone. What you had a day's peace from that hour to this.I ... ; sr..... .;.... II ala ..........Jensen, ......... 0&a835a ...... ...... ...... gall
and ...... .... ...... 840a ............Stuart...........d //8e. ...... ...... ...... iusp'
down puldingk to
rant town Always I And he's never come anything ...... TOlp..... ...... Tlla813a ....,......Allcis........... .. ...... ...... ...... I m1
fur a woman's home-enough to do they live from hand to mouth any way F THp ...... .;.... ........Hobe!bound...... 8Ua ....l Sip
i bum t'ta1at home! And khe's staid they can. She never knows how he's costIng ...... T84p ...... ...... 858a .......West Jupiter....... .. 8 OUa .. .... .... 12 <<1p
i borne blue she can't I drunk or sober, and she new outcry of surprise and question, and a few ...... 102p ...... ...... 10:a*, ....... Rinera.......... 7Sia724a ............. ......11181
Ull..l'I"fthlntt'.1IO home, of low ...... 8 lOp ...... ...... 11 OUa Ar....West Palm Beach..LT. ....... ..... ....la 801
> it. P ul.ie thought Jane wa doing dares to go anywhere with him, she's so Folemn moments spoken words, ...... 846 ..............IB 2Sp! ...... ...Linton.Jort ... &4Ta ...... ...... .... 1111
at thing when t-he married Jairedndid score of being shamed out of her life by and another bustling noise of adieus and ...... ...... ...... amp ..... Lauderdale..... -. 513&l.."". ...... ....:.. T let:
Miss Trudy stopped outdoors after the ...... to Bop ...... ...... 408p ......Lemon City........ 6 uta.! .... ft&*
she
h Mock foolish, and I Ij
farm wad lots, bank anew his getting so's to be never minister and his wife a moment to look at ......10 ...... ...... 43JpAr... .._.....Miami. .... ..LT... 5"U !., ;.. ...... ...... Site
and chaise and a herd of Jt'I'M'Ybt'l'r j dares to hAve any roml any because she I
I Khe's had a cent to upend tromtdaJ couldn't endure their seeing him and scornIng the stars in the clear wintry sky. "If A.A W. BRANCH. Train.83 35,37 and 73, between Jac?

to this, for be took what Itlongedbrr him, she trying to keep secret what ail you'd just as lief"call into Jane's or Loufse's STATIONS Mo.iv..New ?.No.4. aoanlle Train sad:3J8,St.between An Justine Miami daily.and fort
> and kicked It with his for theI world knows. as you go by, exclaimed Miss Trudy 0..2:1) .
up the: ., ._._ Smyrna..Ar. lip 5 25p Pierce daily,excepr Son lay.
don't suppose she could get it | "What a woman wants to marry forwho's after the departing pair, "and say you S BOP- 11 SeXv.....LakeHe'en..Lv. 13J1p: 4 Sip Train 34, between Fort Pierce sad
the mad but nobody wants hot without guessed I'd done about as well as the others 11 We Lv..0range City.....LT. U19p 8 &p Miami daily except Monday.,
a row. gut enough to live on marrying after all" And then Geoff drew her t flip U MAr.....Orange City.....Lv.,Ulip 8 tip Trains 3a and 7$ south of St. Aagns
rater all the time and fche wears a calico 1 passes me. She can't go anywhere, MANUFACTURERS OF tin 'daily except Sunday._
> I wear alpaca, and I don't know the 1 she can't do anything, she can't giveaway In and shut and bolted the door.

r she's had A new bonnet. she can't invite home she can't "Do you know," remarked Miss Trudy Doors Tea atu.m.e"BISCAYNE"

"And tak at Eie-just the sweetest, draw an independent breath. She is a looking up from her knitting as she sat

Wt hearted girl that ever lived, and' cipher, a nonentity; she hasn't a right to by after her husband's side a little later and Sash AI
he had fresh coal the fire-
put .
'1 never had any children of her own]1 herlf or her children or her labor or her upon Blinds .
"do know I somehow feel as If I .
14 the link girt that died and she'sfur 1 I Marry And what in the you
property. 20 old Geoff and appointed to Perform Service aa follow:
wl them and her arms have athetir 1 world for? To lose her fr .dom, to give were years again you Mouldings I
them and she'd give half her life: foi' herself a master, to make herself a slavehumphyeswellif were 22. We've got a great deal to be -AlIDBuilding Leave KLUn Bow p.m.Wednesdays Saturdays, connecting wiib Train Si r
thankful for haven't ? Tomorrow'sThanksgiving i
we "
& much, thank the Lord
XT-though that's not saying I
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day. Did know It? Leave KEY WEST 5:00..m. Tuesdays and Fridays
r.h. -and!1 I than another its that you
don't value her life straw for thing
a one
: more Material'l with Train 78, following morning.
Humph-well-;yes-I don't see that I've Connecting Maori !
> Carried to Harry Farn worth. Anna 'dfilling toreand got a better reason for thanksgiving than
*a ,a widow with one child-a litth' so! There goes J.P.BEGRWITH. J.D.BAHNER.
",.,I w,' t f heaven It ever there WAIl on I there's only one more pie left besides the that you've "come home,- Geoff, andI'te I URGES FACTORY SOUTH, Trio J DaCW. 4;>',Cha.; Paaeaser Agtc' >
1 into the married you! St. Augustine, FJa.
Ant ill
4 use d and died. minister's. Awl Trudy ran .
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NOVEMBER l8. 1897. ,
TSE TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH rWIUDA, THUBSDdY'

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: Remember1;J. A. Pulth'dnr dentist Nolle '
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< trnt4! iUtrt ; i Nfci York Tailoring Co : art will modes of be dentistry.,here models Satur and lay methods and has,'_ all practice latest_ !Son Dr.to J.'announce A. Pugh wishes to his patrons THB TROPICAL that he I f.fiiI Brothers


., will resume hiS dental practice at this I ;

WEST.'PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. Popilar? Price Tate 'New. Clean Package CnBurkhardt's. point, nest Monday November the I


___ \ Useful Art.-Of course, said one old tarns 29th
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r 'otheothe-.-tlt boy i* teamm; Latin aDdGrce i 1\ Popular DryJacksonville Goods D--
GUY I. METCALF l at Jlrltr, but U be' gettia' anythlpacticalt
f Suits to ,order, ,, Sl i6.:>r/d $20. Oh yes.alter last letter lie wri PARK COTTAGE -.
EDITOR AND MANAGER he tells me he Is taking lessons- tn:..f enr.II"Detroit : Florida
Free Pear. ,
jronsgrs to ord r, $4 aqd $5 Now Open UnderNew t :
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YEARLY Fur the little folks-Dolls big and lit \1.ti y

SUBSCRIPTION, $2 tie, toys dolls-OJUS. Tays OIUS. vast Management The Leading Dry Goods Hj

variety Idner's. Beautiful Frontage on Lake Worth .
r Samples and Measuring Blanks

sent by mail. .-.. *-', '. WANTED TO BUY-An improved Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana. in the State
J. plains of five to twenty-five acres front

( on Lake Worth or IndianRIer Well furniShed Rooms

I"..- 17 East Bay-Stfeet Giv Address e fuH'descriptionand P. Moore 221 South lowest Fourth pnce.St., Urge, Airy, I The Largest Stock The Prie esS

St Louis Mo Bates: Sf Per Dsy u4 upwards' at the Lowest .
JACKSON.YILLE.-. the Wee or Konti.
Rate.ltJ '
10-21-97 Did you e'er get even with that girl that to..tyour Special all whom request we will send Maple free of<
To
1 'lONG OUR CHURCHES. job in the office? You may i a 'I ge for
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yourself. I married bi-r.she holdn the job and WEST PAL BELCH FLORIDA. WE PREPAY Expres. Charges on all
Is- there is only one,.f us that ever does strok of orders to the amount of 'S.OO or orer
: lime and Place of '
Services, Special work-Detroit Free Press. i the order
when acwmpanie
pure AND FACTS.Witty money
Notices Week-Day and Sunday Mens fine Shoes at Anthony & Miller The Only Coffee RoastersIn
:, Meetings.Bplatopat With The Best Equipped Mail Order Depa
Saying InMnpantd huddling at home, in ,
State.J.
-.t- right the I aDd T1J it. Yoar Mosey tact If GoocIa AR >sol Y ItRupectfuJly
Business Bargain the most approved manner good workmanship Write for Samples

SarvUas.EPISCOPAL and atliviox'prices.can aspt. I -
D. & R. D. GRETHER .
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The Qualificition.-Her father-Too hive tht A. T. Rose. .
CHI-M. ..Betheada-by-thfSta. nerve to art me for my REV.J. N. MCLFOED, Rector. of my oil a?',the prcelesa jewel: : in my dna Proa "'TOO y.1I think.&aId the man COHEN BROTHE
an.L PlTX-J AMES HIMDBV. Ass't if init<>... darn Her '!lorer-Tliat'* what,aDd I want the who had txMigbt a large tract of arid land that -a
jrwl'land the diadem thrown Hrrfapersh ,
all be able to water this waste. I dnjdo
Wilt be open during the .Hummer. Servief III that c.*. oa can have h..,. I'm looking fora replied the native. It strikes me. though., that CHOICE TEAS, ) OUR
r every Sunday morning at II o'clock. s. laui.ch man with o. eve fur her.-Vellow Book. here's: a heap better chauce of your wasting the PURE SPICES. [ DRY GOODS HOI
POPULAR
,t Will ran regularly In connection, tearing Wee' New line of Hats at Anthony & Miller .ter.-Washington star. FRUIT EXTRACTS J .SPECIALTIES.

Palm Beach dty dock at 1030. Fare for th.. .We have'..nl at FURNITURE STORE Florida.

: round trip to cents.BftOTHxaaooD Cranberry Sauce all ready lor use, no Paper, paper bags, butter dishes, twine ( 10-28-9T Jacksonville, ,

bother. Bnrkhardt'si All operations by Dr J. A. Pugh. den- and other grocers' sundries "
np ST. AMDKBW.-Meets or tist,are -little Pricesto
easv or no pain. .
the !Second and Comparison. The Kl ndi' miner held All Coffees Roasted After Kfceipt of Order.iozi97
: Konrth Wednesday! .of earl e gold to s every one.
a which he bad toad It ;;
.onU. L >\ HINDU Dp nugget : just was a I
Director. big a* bis fist. ''sn'Uhai beauty he sated
'' .... W. f. AiMSTRONG..Ja., Secretary. The consensus of opinion was that he nuggttw.s P ink And-AD u.ma"or of Boston has married
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eirL P r'k and beans for !
a beauty i.irtee-l. Yes indVed. said one of a Chicago two -
heol4hands. after the ot'-m had expressed I leveland Le 'der. Sa
h,+ad..I"'lioa ytnat"na l easily'worthH B.Massa ThaoksgiViog prai58
-- M. B. Church South. Ret J. ,
'. ,weight dime beef-N-stoaTnveler.. D.lin'y Japanese Cnps and Saucers in ,
Owari Gurf and Tokio Ta sets
i Service every Flat an t Th rd Snnilay of ware.
.. each raoithat 11 Buy your Holiday (}-wits of us; our in same. Vases, Old Kasi and Red Todo -
m. H- hint
p Sunday ala t -$-
Prices will make a Merry Christmasor1 .or i,
L *every Sunday, in the rtiblfe 9th make-Elegant presents at Idner's.
f Building. Ever you-Idner & Son, the Pioneers.
)bo.lyeur.iIaUylnvited. New Goods at th&stoD Store.Ce'tlnc .
BET. W. t. LOVDBR. P.'ntor.vtnlng Dr. J. A. Pugh, dentist, will be in & Bro. .-
rf ... ...... Did t November 28th 7:15: 0'
f. -- -- West Palm Beach, Fla., Saturday Nov. Bargains you hear what Wbimp- Next Soda Night ,
ton's little bov said when thesho"ed him the
;. Star : 2th. fully prepared to Ad any and all twins Wh.,
Uodg, No. 46, N.- twas It? He said: There
f hinds of Dental Work. Neat and dead imma'a lee. ee>ting bargains agala.-Col- Jacksonville Fla. '
Knights ot Pythias. operations. Instruments always thor lier-s Wekl) West palm Beach Coi re ationa1 CWt .

r Meets evny Friday NlgbUt&jop.m.standar1 "ughly sterilized. Call an.l see him. He
time. Visiting bn then fill remain Very Finest New Prunes. large a. d
l cordially invited. only two week, OfficeOlive : .
I Castle Hall over fublic School Bui ding Street. Teeth extracted positivelywithout juicy.: Burkhardt's. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.Fruit
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M. B CKVBEB.C.C pain. Decorated ,
Crockery at Bargain Pricesat
W.L. WIDKKTEK.K. of R & S. .4"9. O. W. Weybrecht's. The pastor will preach in the morning and the newly-foraei.:
HU F.zPfrfenre.-Ha'l'e had
you ever any ex- _
perieace.a ataite ma- ag.-,? asked the theater I choir, assisted by a ladies' quartette will tender a Thanksgiving
had Up in the >abject.-Teae"er-N"me six an' and
I proprietor w o adwrtlsed for such a perM Vegetables.
. t- THKT SAT- n Yes, air. I have,replied the aprll,ant 1rov mats of the rigid zone. Tommy-t'- ur polar the evening at 7:15 o'clock. '
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t estate etwi-en Podunk and Persimnionville b TS and tw. seal*.-Detroit Free Press.
every da for seven )'t&rsLoula Consignments Solicited
t.. That the less you pray the more you nikCouneranr.aL Ladies fine Shoes at Anthony & Miller ORDER OF SERVICE.

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rI will grumble. Be rare and come to SIRKIN'S BAZAAR Sterling Silver No'ellies-Watch '"

I r.1 That among the things taught in our for everything you need., chains. necklaces, rings pins pocketbooks "Honesty and Fair Dealing"Our Motto. Organ Voluntary,.Mrs. M. E.: Gruber.

I f schools patriotism should be the principal. No need-to-send away from home for bracelet, latest styles in shirtwaist Hymn No. 222 Gospel Hymns. "Holy! Holy! Lord God .
sets, stud.;, links-Best Goods for Customers Sure to Get Their Money.
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can the money ever sold-at Moer's. Choir and Congregation.
build you one as fine or as cheap as yon Established in Jacksonville!
That homes wives think their husbands want. See him, and place your order. An Exception.-The old custom of dog eat Invocation-All uniting in the Lord's Prajer.

I' are made of dust dog doesn't p-evail on the KI -ndlke. The dog for Eleven Years. .
Warning to Sta.Guers-Mrs. Planet-Before oesn't Ret a chance.-Cleveland Leader. Responsive Reading-Psalm loo.

t That a reasonable woman is not al we sad were watch married the star my husband for hour and.. I Friend-used to ewri Mrs. J. H. Floyd assisted by Mrs. M. Best of References Furnished.. Song "Glad Tidings of Joy," MOD Chorus Club
:- waYI1ln lJOnable. Mrs Planet-Now he tells me that he cultivated J. late of 10-21-97
i a taste for astronomy in those days and t*<'; First Presley.Class Chicago, will open a Messrs. Armstrong, Ingersotl. Cady, Butler Hopgood,
Dress
That it would be he stays out late Ing observation with se Making Departmentn
good luck for. some I. er I learned friend Philadelphia North the Bee Hive old stand, after Decem Miller and Sanders.

men to lose their imputations. Am erican. her 1st, 1897, with a full Line of the LaUest "
Anthem, "Sweet the Moments Ladies'
I That Entire Wheat Flour. Ever try it.Burkhardt's.. samples of Materials,Trimmings and Quartette,
the
shorter a woman's skithe .' Linings. A specialty of Costumes Furnished \ Mesdames Happersett, Gruber, SackeU Mil 1 Leoa.

longer the men will look. complete. Also agent for the

That Good new Tinware cheapest in town Celebrated Delsarte Corset. Mail orders Responsive Reading-Psalm 08.
being good tempered ruins more at 0 W. Weybrecht's. receive "
mm than drinking whiskey. Beach Fla.prompt attention. West Palm Song, "Onward and Upward," Arion Chorus.

Madam said Meandering Mike, yr jes askedme
That one feather in the to split that wood. Yes. Would you like to For -7 Hymn, "The Lord's My Shepherd" No. lop Gospel Hymns.
milliner'shop have me terry it into the house and make a fire Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and a .- -..,- -' '
I is worth more than half a dbirds a en turret. If you _'nt to was the surprised reJoIa'der. Good Table, be sure to stop at the New J' Song, "I Could Not Do Without Thee," Arias Chorus.
Wi don .
11,1 t want to. I
was merely Semi note Hotel. Geo. '
in the bush. ihowin you how after hivin' somebody Zapf,. Manager ".- ,
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me oo one rhrek I could turn the other. Good Open all the year. : 'c Duet and Chorus, "Give Me The Wings of Faith"

That a pretty woman is never as good day,-Washington Star. Messrs. and
Armstrong Sanders.
She
she Wbi Felt Badly.-I-frel so miserable.
u looks. Clothing made to order at Anthony & What s the niat'er Mrs. Robinson told me Notices and Offertory.
Miller. secret to derv and I've forgotten what it w& .Give
That some women are better than they Fliegende Blaetter.
All uuite in the "Gloria."
look.. Have you seen her, she is a beauty? Send for
Butterick
i n. Why, who?- Phillis. Pattern Sheets to Address
Where? In Idner's by the Pastor.
That yon don't have to be a collegegraduate handsome Wlndow-don't miss her. Mrs. M. G. Macdonald, Agent, Jacksonville -

to know how ,to raise pine ip. The Profesoor1 Mistake. What made Fla. Song "Nearer My God To Thee" Ladies'. Quartette.

Grumpy 110 m..d when the phienologiut said he Anew assortment of Agate-Ware at
plesThat bal a pat love fur little children? Because 0. W. Weyhrecht's, cheap. Solo and Chorus, "The Wayside Cross," Mr. Ingenoll.
it is always married men that are the lamp the processor was feeling was ca used
anxious by a baseball with which a small boy aeddent.allBlruek The Song "While The Years Are "
to try to find the north,pole. ) Grumpy. Ae', been laying for the A Mean. Man.When a woman runs it bs Rolling BJ. Anon Chorus,
.-Detroit Free Press. mean m n who will use his Amen-Somerville .
I That, though a woman may limp, she Journal. Doxology.

I J hates to acknowledge the corn. The only Tailor store in town Come, Benediction.
Dress
up. SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. WANTED To CONTRACT for
I V SOO or 1,000
That the best instrument to buy cords 4 ft wood, both
a Our lightwond and
dentist J. A. who
: Pngh, now has
woman is a violin, for they generally charge of the finest "Dental Parlors" in split green pine, price $1.00 and f i SO

i i have a chin rest. the State, at Daytona, will arrive Satur per cord, f o. b. cars within 40 miles of
West
1! day, Nov. 27th and will only remain Palm Beach. Address-Lake Sun. PROSPECTORS
That many a woman will object to two seeks this trip. Take advantage of Worth Ice Works, West Palm Beach,
: Florida.
bloomers but put on a bathing suit. this opportunity and bare your Dental tf. ...

i i l F That uan air motor work done-Neat and painless opera.
6. a cyclone iaa lions- ,AND_ -
f howling success. -
I r. \ Good Either WayA fight between a male
I That it and a bu'ldoK' : near Klwood. Ind the other
i does harm day '
no O2ST-
to eat wormy result diD the death of the dog. -
! fruit except to the orm. enough it was Dllt by ki king. ,ut by Strangely latins A.Chance to do Your .JNQUIRI
I hat the
__ mu e killed his adversary. It's a POUr. LUMBER
i mule that w-n't work both ,
That wayj.-Uwiston.
since broken necks have been (Me ) Journal.

: r cured there is nome hope for swelled Will find THE TROPICAL SUNloa.i
: Holidays are Hearing-Our Greeting SHINGLES
r. beads
is a Splendid block of Christmas Goods d to the muzzle every week with

; i That a case of at Lowest Prices. Idner & Son.
sandbagging is
usually the
; just information want.
t: '- LATH they
:
stunning affair. Be sure to rail at Clematis Avenue ETC.We .
1 i Supply Store for fresh Try it and be convinced.
That there your vegetables, can make
are skeletons in almost chickens you Lowest Prices Job.11Q
! sweet and Irish .
potatoes, and ;
I every house although still covered withmeat first class groceries of all kinds. F. 0. 'U. your station . abscriptioli Price-l year, $2 ; Six Months $1 ; Three JOI
r
The Glad Write as for anything you need in
F hild.-George-Pa.. it says in t"e -
I papers that the snow is twenty feet du
That
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some vf our p at
young men
.Building
! clean upper lips from necessity and haveetoor not here!!tiJiminynbutl'm Rledlweudo.'tllivr Material. j

1 from choice.That lum' Pa-Why GeorKie-Iust think of Builders ''SmaUand sure profits,oftes
g np in the mornin1 and cleanin' the side Supply Co. ta
f w ilk!-Ue eland! Leader., are the foundation of modem>>

to take Ito is lain stealing, but FaacrWachVest St. Augustine, Florida.Lainhart&. --- -
[ to take f;10.000 is emlwzzling. Anthony & Miller


''I I voice That lACks it is never culture.* f".bile to tell you a mule are his inreach Nuts.New Sweet Almonds, Walnuts Burkhardt, ,I'..s"II Potter, ori I( :_- A Tair il


.* of his heels. &madam act Whit a r trace He asked Was of the Alarmed brandy tramp A in at boot-Do this the doo mine.-I .not l de-I 10-28-97 West Palm Beach. Ma. ;J r rThat

I That the bigger the ass the smarter he my good man you do replied the good woman;
thinks be bray but don't be alarmed; there's not enough to intorlcateyou .
I That's what lam alarmed about. jed vanish and can fit yon and gireyail
madam.-Yonker's Statesman.Dr. .
That reaching the top depends on And We Will work at popular prices sb '

your taking the necessary steps. J. A. Pugh, our enterprising den ancy, i your patronage. We .i'!
tist, arrived
Saturday Nov. 27thand he Wool Suit to order for f.\
That sin harts worse after the POSITIVELY extracts teeth J,:
pleas-
WITHOtJ'l'PAIN.
: are is oven. 1', He will only remain two weeks Please You. ", 1' IfS oo and f i&ox Better o* l ;
i this PineappleSlips ..
trip. 11O.oo.22.so.21-5O and IJS.!!
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Warning to Debtors. IF ANYTHING MADE TO ORDER, PANTS
.r and Suckers to order
.. ,, CLEANING. PRESSING, REPAIRING

All persons indebted to the old firm of GO-TO SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. For*ale, of the FOilowing Varieties, vizAbbaka The Tropical MAIL ORDER DEPART'I. and 5c1f.Mtasurf1ll >:
Sun on[
Palatable Porto Rico. application
Microbea-Dr Magee. Chicago"
the Branning Bakery & Grocery Co.. are stys the oyster is only a scavenger of and Smooth 1
that Cayenne
i hereby notified that if they will call on each o e of him contains millions of microbes ,


the me Best and basis fifteen settle of 50 days their cents I accounts will on the settle dollar.within same the All on dash Pre-s.ma.e Well 01 all exceedingly red we pepper can say good and is that a fare.-SU suspicion micro Paul.'es ot, Pioneer with Irmun a Ripley Qu While. 'n,Egyptian Antigne.Pernainbuco Gulden Queen. Queen, Job DepartmentPrints L I V'L The Popular Price13MaiiStJacboii T



accounts not settled by that time will be Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when Ii,8&

placed in the hands of an. attorney for you want Fancy Groceries. Earyd.ver.v.n- EDVille- Letter Heads J

L immediate collection. Sheet Metal of all kinds and sheet met- fruit 1.011\ this Plant at onhavingtheerre, the Note Heads We do
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GEORGE L. BRANNING. al work at O. W. Weybrecht's.Naturally last Dtolltb. .\Ilply to p eof ked StatementsBhsiness Dyeing, Cleaning and Repairing.! -!

.- Enou h.-I'e-ry Patettic. Von C.C. MATTHAMS. Cards .
are
a singer I don t think. Your voice
the wind blowln'Mc?. us a empty JUl founds. Wa like Florida Pineapple Bill Heads 1
Sstaik f for Tie SUL ( Company
worn Wttr'n. Wb'lihouldn.t it? I ain't had And all kinds of Fine
a diink ler two da Stationery
I ;"--CincinnatU En< b-Z1.97
}uirr.. West Palm
Beach KU.Are I You Supplied ? t" -

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