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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1897
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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nrnaarairrarcrer, :wra.r ::::. WEST PALM BEACH DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA DECEMBER)
a..rw.rra MI TIOfKM. .Htk. It, .J 9, 1897.. VOLUME XL NO. 43

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HERE-AND THERE. sentenced to three years at hard' labor. PERSONAL PICKINGS. ,COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. shoe pinched, but we did not suppose it TOWN TOPICS. ,

State-vs. Morris, assault with intent to .. would hurt so far from borne.. ,i ---, ." .

ipi If leti Abut This lid That ud murder found guilty, sentenced to two People as-They Come add Go-People Too Interesting Items Gathered .by Oar Scribe James Struthers shipped the first crate Local Happening Prim Our Seta Book u4,

Direst Thlacl. years in the State penitentiary.State Nay or May Not Ka... Throughout the County. of tomatoes from here Tuesday. From Other Source.

vs. Holly Swaim, aggravated as- -

f Presentation Books-Anthony Bros.* sault found guilty, sentenced to three Misses Belle and Maud Earnest of LINTOS LOCAL Charles W. Pierce was up from Boyn- Toys! Toys-Anthony! Bros :

months confinement in the jail. Lantana in town last ton Sunday afternoon in the sail boat
County
were Saturday.
(Eyerbod/lftms to be holding their 1 HP "Amy." Sunday School teachers' meeting Fri. .

ath now till Christmas. State vs. Mamie Johnson, plead guilty Mrs. Geo. A. Gale, of Mangonia, cameo Superintendent Merritt Made our day evening at 7 o'clock at Mrs. Inget-
to aggravated assault, sentenced to ten school a visit on Tuesday.J. soil's.
town awheel Tuesday. A. W. Garnett made a business trip to
[ The County School Board met Tues- days confinement in the County jailState .
West Palm Beach the Interest
W. French received his Saturday
ay at the usual place with all membersnt. vs. Robt. Harter trespass, case Postmaster W H. Cox. of Boynton, appointmentas of his hens.Z. Mrs. J. S. Earman expects to be maa* .

______ dismissed for insufficiency of affidavit in was in town Tuesday on business. postmaster here last week.T. glad by the arrival of her son, Joe.I..,tonight .

[The "Providencia," Jamie Clarke's lower court. -- M. Richards of Candler, passed T..Merritt, Dade County's efficient from the north. .
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Beach visited
easure yacht is again in the water and 'State vs. Ida tattling petit larceny, Gomez yesterday returning on last through here en route to Boca Ratone. County School Superintendent spent The schooner "Mary B.:" was loading

neat trim and handsome in continued on notice of State's attorney. Tuesday night here, on his round of
appear- night's train. Geo.,M. Brown came down from West freight at the railroad wharf Monday for
State assault with intent _______ visiting the schools of the
vs. Dorsey numerous
nee as can be imagined !
Balm Beach Sunday and spend the day delivery on the Lake.
to murder continued. County. .,'
Mrs. Enoch Root was over from the'Oleanders" here. __ __ __ .
Arthur Clow succeeded in getting his n A 'Or T> > -= :.1'
State vs. Hull nolle prossed. A.CV. A. ju. runiaiuc atiivcu In town i _
oop "Gadabout" overhauled rigged today, greeting her friends Capt.H.D. Pierce went to West Palm Tuesday and held night'mass at St. An
State vs. Davis, aggravated assault, Our school is progressing nicely, with xne's
in the water in time to enter it on the West Side.Pineapples Beach Tuesday. He said he had beenin "
Spnd
Wednesdays morning; 3
found guilty sentenced to pay a fine of eighteen scholars, W. A. H. Hobbs, being r.
i the P. I. Y.C. race Saturday after. $350 or be imprisoned ninety days in the i are still plentiful in the the teacher. the dark long enough, and from the Shoemaker L. A.Willsonleflast week *!

non. _____ *- i market, and occasionally other home abbreviations of his conversation, we
County jaiL fora trip to the Keys, on business and
fruit is to be had.' and book invaded the judge he went for kerosene oil more
The big sloop "Mattie S." and two --as.ChinawareAnthony-- grown Tramps agents will probably be gone several. weeks. <
town last week. laying in light on the subject, any way. _
ishing boats and crews, property of Bros. Mrs. C. E. Merchant and childrenwere Probably

ilrs. S. H. Saunders of Eden are mak- -+..- down from Mangonia Tuesday, store for Christmas. The pineapple rogues have been get.ing Another carload of cows is on the way .
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here from Alabama out of which milk
og headquarters here during the fishIng Refugee Seed Beans-$3.oo er bushelat looking at Christmas things. Postmaster French, 1. B". Taylor and in their work again on the fresh water I m Redeubeck is going .to take first' .

season. M. K. Lyman made a trip to Lantana lake. In Wilford Porter's field they
G. G. Strohm's. pick. .
Mrs A. B. Otwell arrived home the ,
within few rods of
business. were tracked up a
latter of last week from her visit Wednesday on .
Peter Larsen brought ,some, parties part to their door, and they had better be more R. C. Enos is engaged in putting on .4
Successful Filibustering Expedition.. friends at the lower end of the Lake. Miss Chambers, of St. Louis, Mo., sister
from in his launch last will
own Jupiter careful or they have to pay the penalty a porch roof over the front of the BeeHive 1
Friday, coming by the canal'nute and .. J of J. Chambers, of this place, arrived which will be remembered '
C., A. postmaster, was building, corner Olive street and
them here in time to catch theorniDg For the past month Spa sh' Consul here Saturday to spend the winter.N. Winter.
getting was in town part of Monday and Tuesday mentioned in these columns last Clematis avenue.
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Solis of and Vice-Consul Polu
Tampa,
train. % of this business S. of Port Huron Mich.
____ week on intent. Boynton, of
of Jacksonville have been in John Brown reported three acres number of
engaged a Quite a our young people
has rented the House of Refuge here,
fruitless search for Elwyn Moses, son of Mr and Mrs. W. tomatoes set out last Saturday and theylook in Mod '
The schooner "Mary B., U. D, lien a large cargo of and is expected with his family in a indulged a jolly wheeling party .
[drickson, of Lake Worth, owner, was arms and ammunition known to have R. Moses is at home on a visit to his short time.I. as well as any he ever had, day night, taking in the splendid biqrctd a k

[unloading freight at Potter' dock last been shipped somewhere down the i parents after a sojourn of six months in besides an acre to cabbage, and probably routes on each side of the Lake. rf % .

[Saturday for some of our merchants who East Coast acksonville. H. Burton, deputy sheriff, had a before this article reaches the eyes of The affair of a union children's Christ "

[had ordered it sent from Jacksonvillethat The Dauntless was supposed to be the narrow escape from death one day last Tan SUN readers, he will have out sev talked at the meeting '
mas tree was over
County Superintendent of Public Instruction eral He has the Scotia farm
acres more.
vessel to land the in
[ way. engaged goods week by an explosion. Better be care- called for but definite
Tuesday night no
? Cuba and while all Z. T. Merritt has been inspecting in fine condition, and it is well worth
watchingthat
eyes were ful, &.c.
and visiting the schools in the seeing. The jolly Scotchman will take decision. was made., An adjournment
Sam Brown, Jr., is the owner of some plucky blockade runners's move- taken to to-night when the matter "
the' north end of.the County for the past ten Severe cold weather is what hear pleasure ia showing yon around. Whenat was
E of the most desirable fruit and muck ments "Light Wings. an old two we will probably be definitely settled ia
masted schooner sailed.i.. days.Dr. from Northern friends-better come this place don't forget to take a look,
[lands on Lake Worth at Hypoluxo. fishing our favor of a tree, we trust
I Those interested will find his announcement among the Florida Keys and quietly Eugene Brainerd and John McAl- down where they can enjoy "Indian it does not cost anything.

of bargains on another page of slipped away with a good quantity of lister acouple of Ban Gallie's prominent Summer" all the year. We call the attention of the readersof Geo Zapf has about completed the

j this paper.A supplies for the insurgents, landing near citizens, were in this town last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Thornton, I. B. Taylor Tate SUN to the article that appeared construction of the porch around the
improvement
Nnevitas, Cuba last Thursday midnight night on their return trip from Bay Bis Lyman Taylor and Grant Fenno, went in the Hypoluxo Happenings of November corner of the Seminole Block. The and-

visit to the colored school taught byj There was no trouble in landing the cayne. out to the Everglades for several days 25th concerning the bird wearing is a very noticeable one

j E. Jones 'shows a good attendance cargo, but when about to put to sea, a hunt and returned Saturday with a full borrowed plumage. After a more when the porch is extended along the

| and great interest in their studies on the steamer was discovered not two miles II. M. Flagler and party, consistingof load of''possums," but minus deer. careful reading and noticing of the entire frontage it will present a band-

I part of the pupils. The teacher is an away bearing directly towards the Vice-Prest Parrott, Supt. Goff, and a date of the report of the School Board, some appearance indeed.

i efficient one and his efforts are shown schooner. number of ladies visited the Palm Express Wagons-Anthony Bros. we find that it was a report for last year. Services next Sunday at the Congregational

by results. During the _excitement in.trying, to Beach hotels this week, passing on to .. Mr. Merritt says by its being a last church as usual. In the even

the schooner under she was run Miami the same day. bird it had its will
get way year's on own plumage ing the pastor speak on a chapterof
A sad case of accidental drowning occurred on a hidden reef and the men .took to HYPOLUXO HAPPENINGS. but when this year's bird comes out be our national history closely related to
President Ceo. F. Miles of the F. C ..
at New River Sunday by which boats. will have on the desired Hypoluxo missions and our manifest destiny among
L. C. & T. Co. accompanied by Mrs. W. Dunn and family Sundayed with
Chas. Peterson and Nicolai Andersen, Capt Metz commanded the long boat J. plumage. the nations of the earth. The Arioa
both resident of Modelo and unmarried, that made directly for the coast of Cuba, Miles, arrived on the Lake last night, Friends and old acquaintances at Boynton. .e-- Chorus dub will lead the singing.
visited Rivera today, and return to St Albums Photo Frames -Anthony
lost ,
their lives. They started By boat and the second boat, containing the
A t: t _. __ Bros. The Christian; Endeavor cnriptv will..
for New River Sunday and not returning cook, cook's boy, three Cubans and a ugus meMrs. WUMJI ew.: Mrs. A. B. Otwell returned home hold a "Crazy Social" Friday evening 7 -, |

their friends made search for them sailor, put to sea. They drifted about Wooding and daughter, mother Wednesday morning, after spending a
BREEZES. Dec. loth, at the residence of Capt. B.
BOYNTON
and found the overturned boat and final all night and were picked up Friday and sister of Chas. Wooding, foreman of few days here and on the Island. N. Dimick. He has kindly offered to _\

ly near the inlet, found the body of Peterson morning by a Bahaman fisherman, aud, the F. E. C. Ry. bridge gang toot: pos- Piero was .
back C. W. at Lantanaand take the guests over in his launch. The
How things change Our yards Capt.
and by grappling, recovered the with their boat landed at Indian River session of one of the S tes' cottages this
have almost and will be- Hypoluxo Monday. first trip at about 7.30. A good time b
probably soon
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b.l&lyof Andersen. They were broughtto Inlet, from which place they made their morning, where they expect to spend
for all who and all Invited.
Modelo aud Justice of the Peace Livingston way to St. Lucie and the East Coast the winter. come our front yards in the near future; J. W. Drum and family, of Hypoluxo, expected.- go, are
Line. it will be railroad front vs. Lake front. the of S. W. Krotzer's last
acting coroner, was telegraphedfor were guests
and went down on Moodlv night's The Cubans and Mitchell the sailor, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown Jr., of Chi- Walter Moore,of Palm Beach,is stopping Sunday. The Ladies Aid Society, of the Con

train, but en arrival and learning of the went off to Jacksonville, and the cook cago, well known winter visitors to Dade with his uncle on the Island. He gregational church, will give a Unique t

circumstances; he decided that no in and his assistant are in this town await- County for several years past were owns land over there and thinks of Miss Maude Gee, our efficient and entertainment entitled "Aunt Jerusha's

quest was necessary, and they were ing orders to send them to Key West or guests of Park Cottage this week, on clearing off some of it and putting in a able instructress, is seriously indisposedthis Family Album," next Thursday night

buried that same night. They were both Tampa. their.,way to Cocoanut Grove,.where they c-o}>:- week. Dec. 16. in Lauther's Hall. Along withit

sober, industrious young men, and their Paul Blanco a Cuban pilot who came enjoyed the season last year. will be given a fancy drill by the
ashore in the cook's boat, reports a desperate ______1 Cajjt! F. C. Voss is not "in it" any H. B. Murray was up doing some car "
untimely deaths are greatly regretted. "Double Faced Awkward Squad. It
battle fought fifteen miles from A special came in from the North longer catching cut worms. J. W. Porter pentering Wednesday for J. Brown, Hy- 'will be worthy of

The City Council at their regular meet Mantamas about ten days ago. Sunday, bringing C. M. Bingham and caught 109, he says, in a space one poluxo's bonanza gardener. ._patronage.-

ing Tuesday night considered an amend He says 1,500 Cubans attacked a Spanish wife, who were summoned here by the foot square, but, to be sure not to exaggerate Messrs. Anderson and Zeigler, of John Livingston, who works at J. P. i

ment to the fire ordinanceso that tinned camp and after hard, almost hand to illness of their son, O. P. Bingham, who we give him two feet square. Lemon City were "hung np" by adverse Oiiver's, had his bicycle stolen last ;

roof wooden buildings can be put up in hand fighting.for six hours, the Spaniards had a stroke of paralysis last week.; On The Worms have done considerable dam- winds Saturday and Sunday at Main I Thanksgiving lie thought at first i U

any block inside the fire limits by were driven from their position their arrival they were met with the age to' his watermelon vices and have Avenue docks had been taken by some of his friends ia

I getting a petition signed by the owners with over three hundred hors de com cheering intelligence that he-was better, cut the rind off of some of the fruitIn .- a joke and said nothing about it, but it*

I of thre:-fourths of the value of the bat. The Cubans, flushed with victory, and he is still improving, with, every making up-our---computation of The Shark company and shell business failure, as yet to turn up, has convincedhim J

I buildings and every one within one were awaiting a message from Gen chance for his complete recovery. nf this place last week we over population being rather slow, a coalescing of inter- that the taking of it was purposely

hundred feet in that Mock, presenting it Gomez, to storm the outposts south of I looked the lone, lonely-- lonesome C.- ests is looked for in the near future, and done for an out an out steal.
to the Council and gttting the consent of and the is threat Capt. H. D. Pierce, of Hypoluxo, made has leak again.
city
I Mantanzas, even Upton, old-fashioned. Englishmanwho the guitar sprung a The first tank car of gasoline for tH t
that body. They received a propositio ] one of his seldom visits to town Tuesdayit
ened. lives in place and solitude all Several new settlers are expected here Standard Oil Co. came in on last Sun
from Chas. hire him being his second visit here in a
Charters
to as city number of year.
been
The cook has on a alone. He owns eighty-nine acres of soon from New York, Illinois and Mich day's freight from the north and agent
t lIe that he has turned his onion and
scavenger and to clean tbe streets and well says I
!uban trips and seems posted on I land here and, as a scholar, he lacks igan-plenty of good land here and no Wellington, having had the permanenttanks
I keep them clern, he w be paid a monthlyI He that the Cohan.4ill other vegetable business over to his son-
affairs.
uban says nothing; but as a farmer, he has some better prospects for men of small capital I both cleaned and painted last ,
I salary and the city to collect for the to President in-law, Capt. Fred Voss, and Fred is >
take more kindly I
thing to learn. He makes one-half his I week, had the car set alongside the oQ
busily employed now in fighting cutworms S. Bartram of Chicago, is having
] scavenger wore. An application was JcKmley's references to Cuba than money attending to his own businessand E house and the gasoline pumped into the
i wade for a telephone franchise and also would to advances for them to and other \ermin that are inimical half an acre of pine lard back on the !
open tank afternoon.
they the other half letting other: people'sbusiness > receiving Monday
1 a verbal application for a franchise for aA accept autonomy. to vegetable growing.TheLadies'Missionary; alone. Ridge prepared for a watermelon patch. I

f! gas company that proposes to furnbJ Anything but liberty will not be From indications heretofore his crop- On Monday night of last week Post-

.t acetylene gas for lighting: nail heat g agreed to, and at present the army is in Society of the We write the following for the benefit seems assured.Fred I master J. C. Stowers received a letter

, purposes cheaptr than oil. gasolene or better condition than ever before; a Congregational Church gave a Missionary of, and to try to satisfy the curiosity of i from his Drothir, whom he has net seea
Tea at the Hotel Palms Tuesday from S. Dewey was here Friday and for fifteen years, saying he would
wood. i pass
Action till
. was. deferred tonight number of battles may be expected at the LInton correspondent- Hypolnxo
3 to 5 p. m., which was attended by a Saturday on business connected with Palm Beach on a Ward Line steamer the
1 to a bich time the Council ad- time. Blanco is hated as bad as is far from having to borrow anything,
! joutned.v any large number of the ladies of both sidesof land held here by him. Mr. Dewey intends next afternoon. Mr. Stowers was oa
I ____._ \Veyler. Some Cubans go so far as to even children,but on tbe other hand, ',
he is worse, as he comes to them the Lake._ -The- parlors. were mostbeautifully Hypoluxo furnishes Lantana several to garden 2% acres on his own ac. the lookout and on passing the steamer
II'Ibnieres-\utbony Bros. say decorated with flowers and the merrier. whistled salute Mr.
count-the more | a or recognition.
i like Judas of old, while Welter never hundred dollars trade each year ana we
j
I ferns, and the tea daintily served by Mrs. Stower's brother is the superintendent
---e-- attempted to hide his hatred for every do not think we would exaggerate if we Maj. Boynton will garden the five

Additional Circuit Court Notes. : from the baby boy to the white Stowers and assistants, some little Misses say it goes over the thousand mark. If acres on the East Side, which he has tin Mexican waters of the Munsey Steaa
-- person serving as waitresses. Next week,Tues- between New York tad
line
plying
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haired old grandmother, who dared to I our brother will keep Linton as free had cleaned and prepared, three acres ship J
la of Circuit I
addition to the proceedings; yay, at the church at 3 o'clock they will Mexico, and his duties require his COB: .
show'in tbe simplest measure their lovefor from borrowing as Hypolnxo,in a final in tomatoes and two in miscellaneous '1
' Court as chronicled in these columns Cuba Libre. hold a special meeting of the Society settlement- she will have as much on her!' garden truck. Work will be pushed at slant presence there except twice a year

last week, there were several other *.--- \ credit side as she has on the debit side. I once under the management. of II. B. when he passes this point on his way toi
o casts disposed of. vii: .. .
Antlionv Bros. We knew from the that the i and from New York City"t .
Bros. beginning Murray.
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Cards Dol1.CarJiages-Antbopy
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.; DUCK FARMING. Xloadlk B..wk..pl.i- ADVERTISERS' HOUSE FURNISHINGS: When. _._ -
from -
t A woman writes .BamigortClty -
...'. .* Hfttehiac sad" Reart.g oea a on the Yukon river, about Eousekeepiaf J A Horn:& Co, Jacksonville. 1IIJACK "

:t. Gnat Poultry but in the Klondike. "It is impossible to '- DIRECTORY*' The- Jt Raymond D Knight. Co jackaonvitk. BO
Mr. William H. Pye of Cong: Island escape the dirt.time I&1LuE err port

I F" .. sends more duck to the New York of the skin is filled with it'and, all -_..1HQTFJ.S.-- YOU ARE CORDIALLY'INVITED TO CALL AT ?Till: "
: market this year than any other raiser clothing if ruined. There is .romp sort -
Leading Basinets FIc..4 IsdlvidoalsWaoie :
than docks of deposit-gold perhaps FURNISHING HOUSE 0''lVIAX
i There are more 10,000 ont mineral ? '
his place At Eastport and their capacity which acts upon the skin and clothing Card* Ifptlf' .;ii- nil_ ,P.pGENERAL .-/ Seninole Hotel, West Palm Beach
S, for food is about two tons a day. "Talk and grinds into them. Washing does .t.' The Palms, West Prim"Beach. '
about summer boarders said Mr. Pye, pot remove it but produces a gummy # The Earman House West Palm Beach S'
referring to the occupation of several of substance, which the strongest soap MERCHANDISE: Park Cottage, West Palm Beach 1VIYE
"I feathered This dirt is the hardest thingI
his neighbor guess my won't cut U D Hendrickson. Lake Worth. .
boarders are harder than the other kind have to endure. I like the country. ... ... ,
to keep fed. It keeps me carting grain The aii is fine and clear with glorious LIFE INSURANCE:
and meal pretty steadily. We gin them aansetaom mountain and river. We RETAIL GROCERS: The White Parlor Clothier.
I chopped up sweet corn for green food have an (800 log cabin just abut The Equitable Life Insurance Co
D Mathis West Palm Beach
and a kind of water grass which grow with one room one window a bunk. J Jacksonville.
here. I have a who spends his and for a stovepipe. There are L, W Burkhardt West Palm'Beach m }
man a place
whole time fishing; too, to provide a I no bade In the whole town there is but ..' FIRE INSURANCE &. EAT. ESTATE:: Mens all Wool Black}$6 75 4 I I A Fine Lice of all Wi

change of that sort for the ducks; buthe. one cot with mattress, and that; is ours.. WHOLESALE GROCERS: add Colored Suits Upmard.> (Cashmere Puts -1
Brelsford Palm Beach.
.doesn't get enough to feed many. Our cabin is situated on a hill commanding Brae
We give what fish we haTe to the duck fine views of both bends in the Pope &McLaurin. Jacksonville. Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach.H .

lima 'It ia very good for them makeit river. Thos Nooney & Sons Jacksonville. J Livingston West Palm BeachUNDERTAKING Soft and Stiff Hats
-them grow and keeps them strong. "There are about 400 inhabitants ...
-.- Last year Mr. Pye shipped 181,000 here. The newcomers, like 'ourselves, 4
.ducks, to market This year he hag are well provisioned. Those who ha e SPICES, TEAS AND COFFEES: : From 50 Cents Upwards.
rained 19,000, and the hatching e season been here all summer have but little E i Gordon Jacksonville.Geo ,
J D & R D Grether, Jacksonville.
which begins about Feb. .1, was not and poor prospects of more. The situation H Maltby West Palm Beach.
ov!r until the end of August The hatch- is alarming. We were aroused ... ... 103-107 W. BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, ;r
,. ing is done partly by means of incubators night before last, after midnight by a MEATS:
,of which Mr.Pye has a large number summons to go down to the store and BANKING:
and partly by hens,which have the attend a meeting for the purpose cf preventing Geo S Adams,West Palm Beach. '
Dade State Bank
County
! reputation of being better at sitting a steamer which had just come Will WhiddC1l.' -

j than the ducks. Betides the latter are in from taking her provisions any far ... West Palm Beach.
more valuable for laying purposes. ther. Dried fruits, butter evaporated National' Bank. .of-the State of Florida, Ohas. N. WeSshai

Comparing the achievements of the potatoes, kerosene oil. eta, are fla FISH AND OYSTERS: Jacksonville. ,

his and the incubators, Mr. Pye gives pound. A stove which sells in Seattle East Coast Fish"Co, Welt Palm Beach. First National Bank of Florida M

the preference to the former with much for |13 brings |45: here and is not to be Reynolds &: Hull, West Palm Beach --,S1- -STATE AGENT FOR-
decision. The natural if old fashioned had except occa iooally.. We have everything
S B Miller& Cu New! Yore
method seems still the best, a smaller almost in one form or another SEEDS:
proportion of the hen hatched duckling fresh and milk Kingsland & Comstock, New YorkS & Martinez
except meats Eggs we Wm A ROUTS&Co, Jacksonville. Longman R
lost than L Storer & Co. New York :
being of the others. The hens have desiccated and condensed, likewise L Cameron. Jacksonville.

have prejudices of their own as to the potatoes and onions, and we have excellent -- ... -- Burton K Bam, Jacksonville.
. time which ought to be required for appetites -
, hatching, and they do not approve of "There are three other ladies in the ICE DEALERS: 4.1PINEAPPLE Lime, Brick, Shingles,

. sitting for the four weeks necessary to town. In fact we are the most unique G G Springer West Palm Beach.DRUGGISTS PLANTS:
bring out young ducks: Consequently crowd that ever came to a mining camp. Cement and Coal Tar.
t S. G C West Palm Beach.
they have to be fenced in Matthams
upon their Lawyers, doctors, brokers, teachers, society
1:; ,nests,which they are permitted to leave men-all are here."-New York : ...

.'i I only:Each for a day's short hatching time each is day.put into a Post E H Dimick, West Palm Beach. -." NURSERY STOCK: Agent for Sickler's Peerless> CemcnH _

separate pen. Thia accounts for the Cora Bread Djtnf O.&. Russell,& Co, John B Beach, West Palm Beach.
*,4{. great: number of pens and facilitates 'In discussing the possibilities of a _-... __ Hastings& Wylie Interlachen. 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florl4a.1

the selection, for shipping by having vast corn trade with Europe in the future ,
FRUIT AND PRODUCE ON COMMISSION 3.-
,' the birds all in lots according to their it might be well to notice that corn
:-' respective ages. About two months from as a breadstuff is rapidly losing its popularity : FERTILIZERS:

the time he steps out of his shell the at home. Many Americans 40 J B Massa & Bro, Jacksonville. Wm A Boars& Co Jacksonville.
I
'.I duck is, ready for market so that the years of age and older remember ll Albert J Bucky & Co.It Baker & Holmes Dr. C. F. Houston
)$ cc;, first shipments are made about; April ]1. when corn bread was a portion of their Thos & Son Little Bros, ,
Nooney ,
From'thattime on the birds are shipped diet six days in the.week Especially
f regularly until late in the fa1L This was this true in the southern states. ... ... ....-DENTAL
3 k. ,_ year Mr. Pye will keep sending them The art of cooking hoecake, corn dodger DRY STEAMBOATS.HKAVY MACHINERY PARLORSi
. E-- '.,': tntil December. Last, week he tent and egg bread reached a high standardof GOODS AND CLOTHING: AND i;
CASTINGS: For the next thirty day prices will be u follow*: Gail FUHajr,ft Plait 1 -
about 1,000. They all go to Washing excellence, and wheat. flour came in Kohn, Furchgott & Co, Jacksonville. to .
$ : Alter Filling$ h ta.Soe Mate, fe W K Foil beta very lint).j U f-
;,.. ton market but a large proportion of for use only once or twice a week, All Cohen Bros Jacksonville.Dave Merrill-Stevens Engineering, Co, by a painleaa method, where plate*an nad. Fi 'IItoda...)..... .rtrioiS97 .... '
r > them are not used in New York. They this has been changed.. Singer Jacksonville.Flotida. Cor. Bay and Laura Sts.,over Mrs. Eenc'.. JACSSOKt

t (f US bought up by the steamship companies Even the southern negroes have largely Mrs J Frank, West Palm Beach .Machine Works Jacksonville.
i k in great; quantities,and many of deserted corn bread for flour bread, --S..
i them are sold to the proprietors of summer and the hoecake, corn dodger and corn -.-
, hotels near_ the city. Mr. Pye's muffin now exist chiefly in'"our ongs MEN'S' FURNISHERS: GAS. AND OIL MOTORS AND" MACHINERY ,.
F ducks weigh from 5 to 5>, pounds each, and literature. Not one cook REPAIRS:
; and each bird brings him about 65 thousand now knows how to make tha J A,Craig & Bro, Jacksonville.- Haines.Brothers Jacksonville. E.I-I.: GORDON

:i cents. In the spring the price is sometimes com bread of old, and this fact in connection Max Myerson, .
455
j I e 35 or 40 cents a pound. 'expenses with the more abundant wheat. ,
% ... IRRIGATING PLANTS, & SUPPLIES:
of such a farm are heavy some- has reduced: the consumption of cornbread '
r I times aggregating $50 a day so it is to a mere trifle comparatively.While TAILORING: John G Christopher, Jacksonville.

1 necessary to sell largely in order, to we are educating Europe then, Livy-The ..' a .
make good profits. The loss owing to as to the delights of corn bread we might Popular Price Tailor- '. Undertakerand

sickness among the stock is small, hav learn the same lessons, which we seem Jacksonville.The DENTISTS:
big been only 6 per cent this season. well nigh to have forogtten. Good com New York Tailoring, Dr J A Pugh West Palm Beach.

The ducks are all dry picked, and.7' the bread is hard to beat, and it would certainly ... L T Daniel, Cocoa. Embalmer.

task of removing the feathers is a laborious be wise not to turn over entirely C F Houston, Jacksonville. *
one. It gives work to about 14 to our hogs and cattle nor yet to the HARDWARE: M D L Titusville.
girls of the neighborhood for three days poor of Europe the life giving elementsof M E Gruber West Palm Beach. Dodsoa Full Line of .
in each week. These girls receive 5 the American corn crop.-Dallas o W Weybrecht.It u ... Metallic Caskets.

t cents for each duck that they pick, and News. PHYSICIANS SURGEONS:

1 r stimulating this system of the"piecework"pickers'exertions succeeds so remarkably in Batter Sipp latt n wn. LU-- Dr R B Potter West Palm Beach. Telegraphic On/en Filled ty fe .-

, that; the feathers Florists do not; like the new fashion H C Hood.II II' "
fly briskly which decrees that butter and not flowers T V Casben, Jacksonville. "
all day long. Some E W Pugh.II
girls
. are so expert 10-28-97 19 West Adams SL I
as to make f 3 a day and one small is the proper gift to send to a friend Builders Supply Co St Augustine. --...-- JACKSONVILLE FLA
\ child has frequently earned from $1 to man or woman, about; to sail fur Eu ....
;. St.50. The' feathers are excellent for rope. Butter appears to be rather a LAWYERS:
. stuffing pillows and are gathered into strange token of friendship but just FURNITURE: W I Metcalf West Palm Beach.A .
large and now it is the proper thing to send aa a East Coast'Fish
bags sold after the busy part Geo H E Heyser Ji no.
Maltby. West
Palm Comp
farewell
of the duck shipping season is over. offering to one about; to go Beach. Robbins & Graham Miami.
Formerly the money which the feathers down to sea in a liner. The butter is The Chadwkk-Swaim Co, Jacksonville.
brought exactly paid for the picking, sent in the care of the ship's steward I. ... Pope Campbell, Jacksonville. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
who sees to it that it is served ...
those from one duck selling for I 5 cents. at the
"
t But this table on the numerous or rare occasions PIANOS AND ORGANS:
season the price of feathers has CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS
:
come down until those on one bird are when the recipient of the dairy gift appears Ludden & Bates' So Music
'
worth. only 8' cents. in the dining saloon. The gift is i House Franklin Sheen West PalmBeach. Jl DEALERS

not sent as -a reflection upon the butter | ..._ Jacksonville ... L _.
The White ChlneM Ooe e. served by the ship. Nor is it cheap but .
The ter. Indeed the butter is NOTARIES PUBLIC: 'a ..;
r White Chinese goose was intro very expensive JEWELERS: FRESH ,
duced into England some years since by tor it; costs from 60 cents toll a pound. Idner & Son West Palm Beach. Gay I Metcalf West Palm Beach.
Alfred Whitikar and brought to this It is the product; of milk from the very W R Moses, -
.
country by John Giles of Connecticut best bred cows. Five pounds is the J H Liri gton.

It is of a spotless white, more swanlike quantity usually purchased. That is BUILDING SUPPLIES: --.., I
I than the brown variety with a sufficient to last a passenger six or
bright orange colored bill and a large seven! days at sea-or even more, if be Southern Fuel and Supply Co, BARBERS: We
orange colored knob at its base. It is a .I or she becomes seasick.-New York Jackson vi lie. Wilson Weatherford. West Palm Beach. aoooI
CommerciaL Chas receive
Welsbans Jacksonville.
particularly beautiful bird, either in or
out of the water its neck long, slender Builders Supply Co;St Augustine. fresh dellftl
1 and gracefully arched when swimming. Biddy. Tw Salt .'I'..&h.... Geo Hacker & Son. Charleston S C. Snbscrtbe for Tie Oysters '
f, li breeds three or four times in a liDo yon see that hen?" asked Chief So.. ;
a'of Police Frank McDermott some six every ,' freerow'!

months ago. The chicken in question day.
was a plain looking, everyday white "Small and sure profits,often repeated
If hen and was feeding around the yard at are the foundation of modern wealth." S i

the police barracks. 1
r "Yes,"I answered. "What about it?" Y, Fish Houses at Railroad Wharf. Opposite]

Well,"continued Chief McDermott, i ,
I "that hen is white in the summer and A Tml Ice Factory. '. 10.1411Nowislielie
black in the winter. You may laugh 31 r -

but it is the truth. My attention was ._ />
called to the wonderful phenomenon To and b r order br FnitTnW fa
some time ago. At first I laughed at the That can fit you and give first SpriDIif "..,..re4 It.-
:
you -c lass -Cit" .othKePTVh ... J
"'
idea of such T""
a thing, but I -
o was soon convinced I work at popular prices should Ornam ltt.t !ihrvbbrfoy. all tk.1N... rti
that the hen had two suits tf your secure Sweetand Trifoliata Stock of Uranle. !*_...! rw .k... ........-'
feather patronage. We make an All oe"ad Oar terse .rc all wdl routed.d .. ...'
i.
-one for winter use and the two-yo. Weld bud& our r.ery /rreet. 't
Wool Suit to Sized Ord... price.are rn."lwe. tl roe ....
I other order for $ We Ql. funisb r 100r
for 12.00. $13 8udwpd
summer. 50, the tor ,
L Icading hI ietiel of l' far 'Uf..at u+l.prlra
rIDc.re.s
son, and its period incubation D } I told the chief that I would watch $15.00 and$16.00. Better ones for$18 oo, THK tNTEKLAtUJoN Orange i aUKet P+: OB ..raM,".. 8
1- fILb.
to five weeks. The geese are prolific]lay- the fowl and see if such were the case. $20.00 $22.50, $23.50 and 2500. 7'JID Na.Nra.i saaai -

ers,'liut their eggs are small for the size Boon the white feathers became spotted --

of the bird, being not more thau half the with black ones until now the hen is PANTS to order $2.75.13.00,13.50. $...00, $5.00 and $6.00. ==a
size of those almost a jet black. The fowl be
of the common goose. The can MAIL OR"DER DEPARTMENT
.. spring goslings are easily reared and lice seen barrack&-Savannah at any time in the yard at; the po- on application.ll'VV. Samples and Self-Measnremeot Blank sent f>o you want a"STEAM! BOA
are & fair average quality for the table. Press --

fi The, disparity in size between the sexes A LlT.ty Tear Coming The
considerable often amounting to ; I Popular Price Tailor *
over one-third of their relative weights. Old Moore's almanac, which won notoriety o-We have them to sen. and if we have nee

The color, as the name indicates, is a the past year by predicting the I on hand to suit, we can build .., i
spotless white Paris fire, predicts for 1898 a terrible 13 MaiBSl ?
pore which, contrasted Jocrso i1e flL JUST
}
With the yellow or orange colored bill civil war in the United States, the death, WHAT YOU WANT.

and legs, gives quite. pleasing effect of the czar and the kidnaping of the 16)We do Dyeing We are also prepared
to
Cleaning and furnish
young king of Spain and that Repairing. i
and, the goose certainly deserves to rankin about the lo-2S-w
the first class of ornamental poultry second week of November of that yearcommunication .

aura _will. be opened'up with If yoq are thinking of irrigating Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.
I.arp ErPo IRRIGATION pineapple; field or orange your truck farm,
It is a somewhat l'uriouafact that the A Bmried City Im Central h....... you W1sh to c and fuUtnformation grove send me size of area Write or can
(
weight of eggs is materially larger in A buried city like that of Pompeii is desired and give estimate of want, and I Overbe glad to furnish all o informadou what you on ?. for Anything fa eM Line tbd JM t
northern than in southern climates.Qipjtdian being excavated in Central America cost!"
at
eggs for instance are heavier the foot of the volcano Agua. Pottery, J. G. CHRISTOPHER Merrill-Stevens Engineering C
.
than those shin**! from the United fine glassware, jewels; flint instruments ,
., States, and eggs in the northern states and human skeletons over 6 feet long Machinery.and Mill Supp11es
of this country are heavier than those I 1, have been taken out at depths 14 feet Irrigating Macbinery a Jacksonville, Florida. l
r 8peciahy.1Hl _
from tAe WPW to 18 ?*. >.*. 7' Proprietor
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ME ",TBOPICAL SUN; WEST PALM B8kCHPtOfiIDAttirjBSDAYDECEMBEB 9. 1891: g'1 1'

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ODD FELLOWS. ,
\1 ,
ESTABLISHED 1875.
C r-.I > PARK
COTTAGE,4tNow :iarkel
Charity Brian ">. Greatest ComJlGlAo;

tloa-TrlpU Liak Notea Open Under William A. Bours' &". ,
'" Co
\ :\ One of the most important lessons to New 7s ]
Management Prepared Supply
learn In Odd Fellowship, as In all ,other .,
relations of life, la to realize how "more Beautiful with' "
Frontage en Lake Worth
,
blessed U hi to give than to'receive."' .The you
i Hotel Pointiana. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
KNIGHTS OF MALTA.- largest achievements measure of are uwfutoesa gained by and what the noblest we- Opposite Royal Good Meats at thing Prices

tap- COT -> rt.r .f.th. Order lam do for the world and not by what the Urge Airy MMsheii Rooms
B East Si Jacksonville Florida.
< rit -Comm*.d rj Mote. World doe for"us. In service u the largest Bay ; trss 1)orlt, ;

The new supreme commander of the compen at1ou.-odd Fellows' Herald.
Ancient and tUiwtrtou Order of Knights Bordentown lodge U"one of the;most Rates:,*? Per Day and UpYardi; U e Handle Only the Beet and Mint Reliable Seeda A Complete'Stock of reef, ;

of Malta, fir R. W. Samuel M. D.. of prosperous In New Jersey. It la 65 yean Special Rates by the bet or loath. l'ouZtry
Uoont Carniel. Pa.. wee born 40 yean old and has an Invested fund of 17000. BEACH Hay Corn Oats Floor Bran Wheat Grits Meal
WEST PALM
Ca and Is a graduate of the Jefferson The grand lodge of Kansas baa decided FLORIDA. 11-28 ; din Sggs.

Medical college Philadelphia Be Is a to abandon the Deboissiere home and will
Cotton Seed Meal Botli Bright and Dark
erect one under its own direction A tax I I l t I r Native Meats a specialty.
of 10 cents baa been assessed on each member GEJ. ZAPF, GEa LAWRENCE: AT WHOLESALE

to start the building' Owner. Captain. State Agent For Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. Tour Patronage Solicited. .

Many of encampments and lodges are
t already preparing for the parade and drill Star Brand Fertiluen-GniraBteed Analysis, Orange Tree and Vegetable Fertilizer, Pore Market on Banyan Street,
Launch Seminole Ground Bone, Nitrite Soda, )I urlace of Potash. Sulphate Potash, Kainit. Ita. .
the
on occasion of the meeting of the suv- These Feruluen bare no Superior in the Market and a trial will conTMce.
.1 rtl ere,n grand lodge in Boston in 1BWmboldt Send for Catalogue, Free. ss!t8rmmmmnrmmmm"fmmmmn''rmnrmn 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH.

H:- lodge. No 671 1 O O F..of U. S. MAIL BOAT, j
Cincinnati possesses autograph letter j
from Victor Humboldt authorizing the ne Makes Daily 'Trips Between West The Dade County State Bank

of bit Danle. Palm Beach and Juno, Stopping at. f t ''' t ,

The oldest Odd Fellow In Indiana la All Intermediate Points. f'afm Beach, Florida.
John Steward of Kokomo. He joined the
order in Allentown.'X.: J,. in 184!) He -
believes he la the only Odd Fellow now RUNS THROUGH THE FINEST Authorized Capital 100000.
living who bad a personal acquaintance FISHING r -
with Father Wildey GROUNDS ON LAKE Paid Up Capital $15,000.


Whitney Bro Michigan, Kber/grand S.Odd Andrews secretary.Fellows and grand' Bra masterof K!: Hj, WORTH Comfortable'EVERY Arcommodatlou DAY. TIP fill iMtM'w r t I OFFICERS: --- -- "

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There are 11,000 Odd Fellows,In Virginia for Day PUkDgeri. I La. E.N. DI./CX, PntiJent. ,

in 1U1 lotlgea: Inm-nm last year U D. HENDRICK80N, riee-l'r ,idnt.GEO. .
about feel members.* Launch leaves Railroad Wharf every E L. BRAHNMG, Cashier.Wiiidden's .

t The entrance of Odd Fellowship into morning at 8 o'clock. 11.18-97 >', -,'

Bwtnhcrof STB the KTtMtnm Pennsylvania W. IAMTKU State Medical a South dispensation America was granted effixtod in for 1847 a kxige when at! E GEO.S.( ADAMS, Propr p I Branch Office at West Palm 8tH..

aociety. a paU grand In the Odd Fellow Caracas. Venezuela The next year Vera Office Hours From 10 a.m. to i p. m.en8ralBankiog8nsi08SSlraDSict.
Cruz came forward for a similar favor. Farms f iitel d Every"h re. -
a part Mcwit' and dtctriot deputy grand in I : : DEALER IN : : -
The order In Maine baa 1U.87 membersIn !d
UM Royal Arcanum and. -
member of the We lieU Farms quickly for ca KUi fclr iteiunel also treasurer of the the subordinate lodges and g,ao-I Kebekaba. for! sale or neh.lage ASSON H.KV&EU. lit 1I 1- Collection promptly remitted OB day ef
Central IVnniyUania Building and Loan a gale of 133 in the former and CO,Aaron Ohio. 10-21 I Florida and Western Meats, receipt Drifte bought and Bold OB the prtodpaleitie -
aworUtion Tbo new supreme commander 1.8U3 in the latter *of UM Baited State 4-39-91
pies eiw marked executive ability tact One of the matters of legislation passedat E Armour's Star Hams, Bacon ,3
and courage, and the Ancient and Ulnatrioui the Pecentses&lonof the sovereign Krand Clematis Avenue
Order of Knlghtaof Malta Is to be lodge was a resolve allowing; subordinate and( 'Bologna Tripe and Pig's
congratulated that tu destinies are to be encampments to parade in their old unto ; HOTEL
directed by M able a leader forms during the.session of 1893.It .' StoreWest The Palm S
During the put year 27 commanderlea to estimated that the assessment on Supply -:: Feet, Domestic Poultry ni-

and &.OW memberi were added to the or. the lodges will next year yield 28.000! for
der. the growth being equal to that of any the Odd Fellows'Orphan. home-of PennSylvania ::- Palm Beach, Florida. son and,Wild,Turkeys, Butter .Now Opea lox Winter Travel, -
'
prevtou term of equal length. -
J. D. 'MA THIS, Proprietor. E and and Full Line of :: AU Modem Electric
The supreme commander traveled over Iowa Rebekahs report a gain of S3 lodges Eggs, a Improvements, .
6,000 sulks last year in the discharge oflots and 1,063 members last year and a totalmembership (SaccMur U Br...", '*Bakery sad Gnctrf C.)j == :::: Bells; Baths; Etc.

duUes of 17.833. My Motto-"Qulek Sales and Small Proflta.-' == Vegetables. -. .
$2.00
TO.S.OO'PER DAY.
The next meeting of the supreme com- The grand lodge of Nebraska appropriated > .
i: '
mender will be held at Washington on |200 for the transportation of the remains Bakery Goods and -,: .. ..' i --- Address*'
the third Tuwday of October, 18\8. of Harry Uotthkios from Cartagena, -- -ea- "THE "
During the past year 110 members died gouth America where he died three yean Family Groceries -- PALMS .f
==
and 1* were eipelted. ago. to his home in Lincoln. Mr. Hotch- -16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida.
.My
kiss was a prominent Odd Fellow. .... Specialty.Goods "' ; -
The total membership of the order at g :Mail Orders from any Responsible ,3 .,
The: Indiana Rebekaha must be long
last report w..llU.llta.Orand delivered free to any partof -
,
steppers, aa an exchange says they are the City or across the Lake. i '.- ITT 1 representative
eommanderlei have been estab- making"rapid strides"UNITED | Parties in the County will Receive =
in
Ilatwd in PeniujUania New Jersey, Dela- ill Orders Often,Prompt Attention. every city andtownintheStata :

w.DeIOC&... WUoooln Alaiaachusetta and Mln WORKMEN. Goods prices First-Class paid for and country Fresh.produce.Highest' E 'Prompt Attention.,, ., ::3 ,11 n t to reprexend'oar ;

The order.. Introdoced Into Masseehuaette firm tc solititconsignments. -
This Applies to Each and AH the JarUdletion Bay of me and I will save yon mo"e,. 6-1-97 7 ear We -
will
In May, 1896, and there are now pay a good .
-
t7 aubordinata commanderiei with over *-Lodg* CoHlp. r comw 88ioD. Write as, for particulars.
"IW There never was a time in Missouri --ea Stencils
'1= sent on application. .

1IMIWbur&MASONIC.. when to remember it was more that important they are the for members working New tore 5 A Specialty is Made of Supplying, ;; Albert J.Bucky Co. "1

I. force by which the order Is maintained -- --

A Bi.....1..Dtetrw I* BIIU&1e4 to A14.EuI. bet and one should of be weakness an element If of every strength member and New (goods '-$- E Winter Cottagers,Yachts, PrivateCars S The Brokers and
Wed aad &Mlk.
whp to today complaining of the high assessment Commission Merchants4
The grand lodge of Indiana baa at all would forth New Pri'cese..a and Parties. ,-
put equal energy to
truss contended and held that a Mason in secure a new applicant within the next -- -eaea Main St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
dUtKM U entitled to aid and assistance 80 days, the result would remedy the We welcome all our oM friends and -- .-.. KMI-97
from the fraternity. wherever he be at patrOD5andrordiaUyiDvite: .
way .
whole situation and reduce the == =:esp
assessments .
11-18-97
.
ere tA visit ua. _-_
the time of hU need and that
aa a matter for .
tire to comaOverseer.There
years !
of law, hU lodge U not bound to wake anyfeetltutioo. Watches, Clocks Jewelry and A. B. Campbell
though it way always do so at of are 27 4,000 lodges in with a total membership ....Optical Goods '. U1UUUUUllUjUjUjUU1UUUj!! nU u UU1UU1U1U! ,
over PhiladelphiaGrand
tU" uw n upturn.-Urand Master Indiana. (Mgr Lndden & Bates So. Music House)
Examiner A. Peabodyof Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing
The Order Eastern Star now number Jacksonville Florida.
In the United tu about 12 .UOO mem- South Dakota has Issued in pamphlet Neatly and Satisfactorily Done.
form a code instructions to subordinate PIANOSORGANS
bare Only Opticians in the City. Eyes tested .
medical examiners In his
The Maaonlo veterans of Kentucky com jurisdiction free by l latest approved methods. The new
They are very complete and specific. We store will be In charge of Prof. rrankldner, LITTLE BROS.
pow an urbanization to which none U admitted believe Graduate of
that every jurisdiction would be Optician King's Optical College r
who ha not been an.r.lllated Master benefited New \ork.: "
by the grand medical examiner
Ma.oa fur HI yuan., following a similar course.-Kell1Wne Dally Paper and PoiodUaU. Best Makes Lowest Prices ,
,
The grand :ua.ter of the grand lodge of Workman 0Jacksonville
fertilizer Phosphate
G. W. IDNER & SON \ompaQY, Kasfest Terms. '
Quebec baa Uitwd a proclamation declaring ,
of the order since
The growth ita Inception
Sheet Music Music Books and Small
the Judge ,vexntlyustabtshodIn Mont on 01:,. 87, 1868, when Jefferson : lat Door South Russell&lo.'s Drug Store ,
real by the grand orient of France: to be Seminole Block. Calla" so21.9 Instruments of All Kinds at Rock
Ko. 1, in Meadvilla Florida. '
lodge was organized "
dradeallat. .....Bottom Prices.....
by John Jordan Upthurch, its founder. : Write for Vr*. talocuOHN gt7g7
Detroit coiiuiandery. No. 1, the best has been rapid until now it Is the largest -
drilled organization In the world has completed beneficial and protdtiveorder in the United West E. H. DnfIC,
arnnjCeiuvnu: for attending the States Proprietor If you are requiring Fertilizers for N. C. STOCKTON President

twenty- .>veuJ> triennial conclave of the RAYMOND D. KNIGHT VicePresidentTHOS.
The annual expenditure of the
present Etc write to
Vegetables Pineapples .
Knight Ten at Pltuburg neztOotoU ,
+plan order amounts to about 8,000,000. Palm P. DENHAM, Cashier.

*. The grand lodge of Pennsylvania has of. us and we can give you more value JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.National .
E t buts chapter baa a sword which fered series of five of each
a prizes 11,000
was prtMiuUx. to the chapter by Companion for the purpose of increasing membership. Beach for your money than any other,Manufacturer .
Vanouurt over 60 year ago The relic wad
eapturvd at UM auirmuig of Stony Point or Dealer in this State .or .
in 1777 by Companion Yancourt'i grandfather MACCABEES.Good Bank of
Drug from any other State. Write for pam .
w" ho WM a surgeon in the Continental

arley.There Point of the Life,Benefit, Certificate phlets, prices, etc., to above 'address. 11-12-97
-Tent :'
0 "
are SI lodges Mason in Hamilton -Store.
ouuuiy U.Cdlfornla There is so much of value In a member the State of FloridaTRANSACTS
Masons number 18,808 in ship In the Knights of the Maccabees, fraternally -

107 ludgva 8U: new lodges and 600 mem- as well as beneficially that there
ben wm allied kwt year Is a tendency among some of our members -DEALERS (N-
to overlook the Importance of carrying a
Kx matter of Maaons of Kansas, '- A-,-,
grand certificate In the life benefit fund of the
James II McCall of Wichita baa the apron supreme tent and we think that U the ad- G. G.SPRINGER
Oeurge Wtuhlnttton mad to wear at Masonic -
vantages of such a certificate were fully Toilet Artices.IFine
Drugs GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
lodge meeting LaiayetneaLjo wore realized that there would not be a socialnmmhu ,

it at one tiiit __.__* in the order. providing he could
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la the United States there are 27,017 pass a satisfactory medical examination,
Royal and bvlect Mason even though be were"loaded" with other Stationery and Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of .
The total number Royal Arch Masons, protection says The Bee Hive We will Accounts of Bankers,-'
courdiug to the taut report ofgrand chap- briefly summarize its advantages The -
kn la le:.:838 a net gain since the la 1 positive assurance of a very prompt payment I Druggist Sundries. Merchants, Manufacturersand
triennial rpurtof ",lUS- in caw of death to the beneficiaries -
Individuals solicited....
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In the certificate. The advancement -
named
The KtittUh KIM Masons of the sonth
-tn JIII1I4IIUuD bat a membership of about I immediately U desired of a certain Prescriptions('arefully Compoundedfast ICE

0uuu amount permanent for funeral and total expenses.diaubility In the case pay of Coast Business Solicited. AND Capital and SqfDln $$190,000.Issue

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.A_uumandery Knights Templars, went of one-tenth onnuiiily to the member WEST PALM, IjKAKU. 840.16., ,
Ko; 1, U Chkvgo will uol purticipttW in himself; aUo a relief from further aoaessments. J '
the triennial conclave of the order to be Upon reaching 70 years of age,
held to Htuburg next October. when the earning power of the member our own drafts to all the principal

In liar)laud it U the rule to require the has ceased the payment of un"-tdlth annually CEO.S.HACKER&SONMANUFACTURERS Distilled Water cities in Great Britain. Holland

Biattcr vkrl vf a lodge to pass a aatt lar- and a relief from the payment of Belgium France, Switzerland, Italy
Wry uawlb&t1 In Maunc) juruurudenciLuLra further as&essmeuU. The monthly plan of and
Portugal Germany.
Spain
be am be tn.ulktt paying assessments according to the mortuary
table, by which we are enabled to
... ..... create an emergency fund that we are reasonably JacksonvilleFlorida
j Refiiprators Ice Cleats Freezers and
Th.lmprovtdlhdete2t Red Men has apMutiriated sure will take care of our btneflci* 8-17-07 I IGreat
J i 111.VUU.UUU suffering humanity aries without the calling of extra assess I II

i U ha luTKMten iuull In Uiueot great ments. later Coolers. .
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t trouble Whoa the yellow fever broke out Bargain f
of Honor.
KnlfhU
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t IB rlurtda I biany yean ago a relief 00111Btilkw -
benefits received in Pennsylvania "" *
w' M organized from the Red Men The total I IAT
i oj 1'biUdt-lphla. It was not organized for from July 1. lt&93, to July I, UI\I7. FACTORIES, !
1 the b.aefit of the Red Men of Florida but were 1375,500 and the amount paid by
: Cur the.uJlerepl of that state. the deceased was 'S5,798,30- $500'If Taken At Once. I

'I Georgia U a great state for the Red Knights of Honor should pay all the Cocoa and West Palm Beach.Jan !
t alto, and from her cones Robert T. Dan- special assessments at once-If their means OF SO ACRES I

! Ida the great tncohouoe of tho order and will permit Doors of land 50 miles south of Palm ;

I one of the grandees men that ever beaded Nearly $60,000,000 paid to the benefici- 17-tf Beach, within 1# miles from .t
the Bottle ones.I aries of the dead in a period of 84 yean Sash
I railroad and depot. 15 acres of ri i i
record of what the order has
ten of stands as a
I iua A. Drener t to great prophetess
iVnnnjUsDla Degree of Pocahontas and done and la an Indication: of 'what U will Blinds this land is fine,high hammock, i

I Paalliw UtUmfw great keeper of records do In the future. just the land for oranges. Moet ,

It ass the founders of this order who Grand Dictator Adams of Alabama considers MouldingsAKD : of the remainder
1 defended Philadelphia from the attack of the outlook for-the order very brightIn Strawberry PlantsAll good for pineapples. For information i

i the IJrulab during the war of 181*. and his StateHardwick Building Material, ,call on ;
Ue ueubeTkhip In the order today, numbering I lodge of Hardwick Yi:, initiated -

a 'aa& army of over 200,000 faithful 16 candidates in ten weeks This CHARLESTON.,, S. C. .. Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN B. BEACH J. H. LIVINGSTON

and loyal subjecU. will ever delend.rf I b a new lodge Instituted about one year LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH, & CO. MELBOURNE, FLORIDA, for Special PricelList.. out Massey Block,
just
$ U1t euanwai : and bids fair to be UHJ 1IdI.III ; ,
sUvppt
> -;.,_,.*..T ir.V-they helped tq j Igo too I\4Wo .. ..,_.,_ ci' Se>ld fQf PrjG011 Vii o\rn JAJG>r ANU Ii 41iT> Y i-li7 :411 Ni !NM liE.\CB:, n.c'r ,..., ,


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1801.
TgORSDAY bCIMBII .
LOA .
BUCB. ,
4. TBB TROPICAL. .SONr WUT. PALM. a .

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OCUitaI: CONGRESS CONVENED for the winter. : TIlT SATat"girii be-taught music, \
4iit Snn. should
| session on Tuesday. It Is to be "w '
modesty and truthful 1 1r "
multiplication
they will and
hoped hurry up appropriate .

t 1 GUY METCALF EDITOR. down this some way of their, 'prosperity". ness That boys should be taught* athletics v ott.8o. ;

.** arithmetic, audacity' and- the ,almightiness 09Q Fur\Q .

MEMBER OF of the dollar. .:v' r .
9 THE WORMS AND BUGS are giving .
t Florida Press Association. considerable That it is hard telling where many a
onr vegetable; growers
woman's dress ends and her soul begins. Florida. -
AFFILIATED WITH trouble, but the weather has been Jacksonville, .

National Editorial Association. very favorable and, outside of the That today will be yesterday to ..

above trouble. Droanecta are. so far. morrow. TO,, T.n..tf".1l1... Wb.nleflale and Retail Dry Goods, Carpet, Cloak '
,
. I SUBSCRiniON: very promising for a big crop" of vegetables That the Bible offers the cheapest (I .AoI..Jjt"'" Clothing House in the State.WeweJfewoU II

One* Tear,In advanc. ....... ..$2.00 this coming season. plan of fire eScape .-

01s Month,U adranee_ -,--.-, _|1.00 That all the Thanksgiving turkeys, i Holidays '

Tkrt Months.In adYaafe__ 50 and lots of geese and other fowl were Christmas a

a QtJAHASTIKE HESTRKTIOJiS are all carried off the lately prevailing 'epi
by
the Merchants of i
1 'f rriUSHID BTEIT THCK-niY AT WUT fiLM off now as far as they applied to demic. Special Inducements to "- ;

REACH DADI counV. rLOKIDA.I9TBKBD northern tourists, so they can all That even on resurrection day 'some. the East Coast. We have a Full Line of .

come down as soon, as fast and iu men will want to blow their own horns. Glove
Handkerchiefs '
.., AT THE POST OFPIC IS WEST PALM asgieut numbers as they tefit, I' be Toys Dolls, .
will soon ,
EACH AS SECO.fCKl.AS8 XATTBLPiuaeer That the summer girl
without any further let or hindrance here hunting a winter lover In fact, all goods that are easy sellers for the Holidays < ;

only be sure to bring well filled
.11 Paper Dade Count),and the Oldest That in butchering an animal now -
,
y
PnbUeation on the East Count of pocket books along. breath. low and weare doing an enormous
11 Florida between nothing is wasted but Its dying Our stock large, prices ,
Tltusrille "
We invite me
Nee department. every
.i, and Key West. That advertising space is a commodityJust business in our wholesale
THE of the Circuit coffee. :' State to correspond with us and all who have not
LAST the
; .. TERM as much as calico, caps or. chant of :

Bert Advertising Medium tilt .....t CoastFACTORIES Court was as long aa, if not longer. That when Gabriel blow! his horn dealt with us, to give us a trial order. a .f= -j t

of Florida than any ever held in thin County ._._....... .TTnirlictiTnan...w6--- Bill hoist---- his- flail uP O'. ,.. ". .. r* ,..-.

before; hot it was caused ae ranch: and, claim the New Jerusalem as a British i\OQQ, turelJ ott u0, :

.' NEEDED HERE. by the time taken by each case possession.That 10 2187PROFESSIONAL a .

an by the Dumber of cases. In the the
the are worse you
The fact w that the people all over poorer you A.
matter of both civil and criminal will be treated, : .
thi* State are a waking to the fact ,0 ," ", ?" ",, ,
that factories are badly needed in caM Dade will compare favorablywith That the bigger your income the less A.l'...__ J J4.
of the other,counties fn the .
i their several localities and the ,State.any you will be persecuted.That .. '.

papers are not backward in voicing aaa if a man don't mind his own business NOTlti ;

these sentiments. he soon as none to mind;: CARDS LEGAL ,
TOURISTS ARE BEGINNING to show :: '
In this connection the DeLand '
e up in slowly increasing numbers but That a song gets, to be a nuisance by
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subject there is no use in looking for the the time it is.popular..... \v.I. BI ETC ALP, DeYou Q NOTICE AmiClTlCSDISCHXftftX* .

very nays : crowd rill after the then That fool will attempt to old .; &,
holidays; only a .
LAW.
"We think tLat this is the main ; A HORNEr AT- r Notice .. hereby ..;.. :7s

point We need factories, that will the prospects are, that -we will not i i i,I a fool responsible: ';. Will practice in C maty,state and Federal after tills date 01 bckatt. Wford ," =

open a market for our raw material; have hotel room to accommodate That no politician believes in Civil Court KNOW ,Execvtor 01 the ..... :: :. -f
CASES A SPECIALTY."IBceinTRGPicALSrn :
LAND :
that will give us a chance; to deceased, I haH alg a flail .- "t
grow them, as usual, for strange as it I Service reform until he gets an office. Block, land tabaU '
something and sell it without send- West Palm B., cn. Dude County, f lorida. apply totkeCwisiy J..4fity.
ing it a thousand miles to strangers may seem, no season has passedbut rTonda. for a dIII ;- .;
take the chances of getting nothingat what our caravansaries have that you can buy a ol said eeUt "

all for it, and paying the transportation GEORGE M. BOBBINS. WAITER S. GRAHAM. I B.II. upj-
been taxed to their utmost. $ OOOO Bond from'the 7-15-Um ;j
companies twice what we MOlililNS & GUAIIAM CO., hinter of eke. .;'
received in case we did receive any- .-. Equitable Society, -:
thing. Other kind of factories Bargs ATTORNEYS. LAW, Ai II .p.-

might be desirable, but certainlynot EDUCATION VALUABLE Land Wilt practice all the courts Mate and. and pay foritin twenty 1 OTICE.la .
to the extent of those that would ,I Feoler pedal facilities tor examining and I N .

1 consume our raw material." Gov. Atkinson of Georgia in his perfecting land titles. .._._ __u annual_ installments _
w e nave eiosea our w esc rairo Bearh uiuce nun
tbe t.1mt"fart el the
; What is true of DeLand is fro recommendations consider-ble to the legislaturehas At 1-3 to 1-2 Any bUHlnes from the Lake Worth.ction or Do know that at Seventh JvdicUl Clrrett }
to say about schools.He From northern part ol Dade County should be referred you to and fur Dade Cuuty, _
also of West Palm Beach, with the is a firm believer in them, and either to our TitasviUe or Miami office, Florida.
and will receive proper attention.TUimllle the end of twenty years
thinks that nothing the state can do The Dade Conity IUU Btkt
"added fact that we have not only and MianiL Dade b
,Brevard County .
to improve them should be left un of Prices on Adjoining V.
plenty of raw material bat enough done. He holds the opinion that in County, Florida. 10-21-97 (after you have paid Henry tevkolai it it J

t %'iste material to give work to one proportion as the people are educated i Lands.pSbOP404-. IRANL w.port n.c.CAM FBBU all the installments) It appearing for from_tie aa the state will grow in wealth and ', ptalaa .
or more fartorH* nearly al\the year population. Education; fits men and pOP & CAIPBELI4tA you can- above emtitled asa. tbalQMnttbedetrejdaaU Bawf }_
t f ; I wajJ
around for la M bit
women getting the best results
Muck and Fruit Lands for-sal* -1 A'5 reddevt ul the BtaUof norUa, : ;'
from the conditions with which TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. (A) Draw the principal of the
'I By wastA material we mean that acre (and upwards) lots,at |s d-f>er acre, lueol..we-.II.... ..8:
they have to deal and good schools Bond in Cash,with a dividend ad-
t which is either left to lie and rot on immigration.-Gainesville I during the next 60 DaJL These lands 111 East Bay Street and that the defendant I* Ne _T.. <
the ground or else is given oriabld encourage Sun. are on Lake Worth south of Lantana, 8-5-97 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. dded,or, year of ace, sad that ShiPs li M*%'
away "i' and known as the Hvpoloxo Garden (B) Draw the dividend la Cash state tile e.nk.... WMIII nRt_
here at home for a lowpt10e. Gov. Atkinson i is the Land-the best lands the County
very not only pne In leave the principal with the Rod- drf......" .
C. HOUD M. D.
.; who believe in education We hav This is a special offer for vege.table.a&d, *:it II. ety and raeeiTe an annul incomeof U to tbenforr ordered Ik*jMfetulH. )
To School pineapple growers. .ito appear.the' bUl.1barsta **#fl
and
nnpply a canning preservIng a Board and County school PHYSICIAN AND SURStOH. $1,000 (I.e..5 per cent per annum

factory we hAve t.OWtttOt' which Superintendent in this County that Easy Terms e tcni- on for deferred further. Office and Residence near Royal Polndana ) for life,leaving the principal 34.us Day Of Wore 01 JIAUI1.Ute L fx'2If

get too ripe to ship during the IIt'erD.to. have the same opinion payments. Hotel, PALM BEACH. 6-1-97 ol the Bond to be paid to roar I being the irrt M4ay te the*.a ,

season and have to he either sold about education as Georgia's Governor particulars, enquire of' heirs at your death? U Ufartbt r ordered taat thY

here for what they will bring or else hence Dade County has good SAM BROWN, JR., (Owner), E.wPUGU.. It!. D., Wiled onee a week for tiPt *-4fwfeUpriiirtoaeJ4
Do know that TfclH day If k
Cocoanut Grove Fla.
if
1 left to rot inthe h>M. Betides this, schools and they are increasing every PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. you IM'JM,u Tea T orK&iHrit ttf-tfa

when the market falls so low that it year in number and efficiency. W. I. METCALFV,#West Palm Beach. you should buy such a iMbed said hasty c4 Pada Skrjhis. :
I 12"9 :' Office in rear ol Dlmlcll's Drug to"'. I ;
doe not pay to ship, the grower* Residence-Went Mde ol Olive Street: 3 Doom Bond and should die -
South of Clematis AvenUe. Ordered tkto 1U day 01 II '.
stop picking and leave the balance ." .' 3-21196 WEST PALM BEACH. FLAn after the 1891. A. ",QtIKIf.
payin
.of.the ciop toga; to ruin or feed the first SPELT Cert ''

crows. At this time not only riP' PROSPECTORS B. POTTER M. D.. installment, all further |W. LMK'nALr.IkrUdI.ot lot 1

.
tomatoes could be had for canning ( .- payments will be

but aim green one for pickling and ..... 3-23-93 PALM BEACH FLA waived and heirs
About this same time cabbages tv _AND your NOTICE .p1aIaa"J'

A. PUGU will at once receive the ;
1; cornea burden to the grower; and J /. Conii/r C?*r/
conldhehad for little -- INQUIRE e principal
for the
y nothing DEN T 18 T. of Bond Geurge A.Oak

: j- and) would come in good to use fur Crown and Bridge Work a SpecUlty. (20,000) ? w.8. U loa. } 8aa soars N

pickling in ronnwtion with the green Will find THE TROPICAL SUN Local Anaesilietic Teeth.rued In EnraitlOBol Do To W. S. Uatoa.dtksdaaLa..d_

d tomatoes.IfJuueand. Teeth Eat'acted Without Pain. you know that SUM Interested: .
loa led to the muzzle everv week with OFFICE-4th Door(rum Cor Clematl.Ave,. T You ar.k **t>* idtl*** that a ttdt ICuttrt
duly the pineapples and Olive-St. saca Bond can oe issued instituted.-aid-hiuw peadis(,-lilt- #''

would be ready for the cannery, for just the information they want. 7-2-98 WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. for $1,000, or for Gl1..wCueatl.tlurW. If :

i as stK>n as they begin to pick there Try it and be convinced. Gale vs W. a. LUUn, wtonte sw T
T. DANIEL
$100,000
L or for any described property,lytM M4fa.fJ
culls left
are that are'either
over too
Price 1 $2 Six Months $1 Three Months 50 eta a County ol Dada aM 8UU U t1IiIWI.
1 small Subscription year, ; ; OEHTI8T. intermediate amount1Do .
too riP' or in some other attached>wttt

i way not perfect enough to Ship, but COCOA.: INDIAN RIVKR, FLOB1UA.I1M8lyALLACE you want to know The.t half rUst to katf 6mtb 01.Wtet 1ottb.WatEa ,_nar"f

.' jet tasting just as good and as more about this Bond of.Nortk.West..,..., asd w.t kUtf

': good to use in every way as the R. MOSES West qsarter aid isdh IdH fed fEast !: *
U. S. WEATHER BUREAU DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
Then
fill and itlhi!
larger and perfect ones up mail rradloaalllall'" ****
Later JUPITER, FLA., Dec. i, 1897 Successor to A. W. Robert, the TowMhip rorty-Mi ((4Thrc .)5.gk5
in the season come gun vas, Weather Report for the month ending Nov. 30, 1897. Barometer correctedfor REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE coupon below. *(48) EaM. Dads fMwty. Fla' '!

wild grapes; and huckleberries and temperature and elevation.' 8 A.x. and 8 p.M.observations. 75th meridian Agent for West Palm Beach Town LoU, also One u> Mae, UMl Horn .wr/ar.lif.r..6t1t
Went Palm Beach Water Works. tllap Har-.r..iPu&a.
other fruits, including mangoes, time. Comparative temperature! for the years 1B9s. tSq and 1897.. NOTARY PUBLIC. Weed Hue OM 1)ieylbe.ad Rtrlt l lhue.

while early in the season there would tII :a TEJ4PERA.TUa; 521.97.We Clematis Avenue,Palm near Olive Bench trcet., Florida. COUPON. .0.8 (1) CilUvatur, t..

be some mulberries and later on I > DtRB\"I'tOlC AND i tI';:: ': I lHj7 I 1896. 1189 I 3.CS I One (1, Plow UM (1} kkonl .LIl.J
tj VELOCITY Q ;; .:; ; SUTIC' PEREZ F. HUFF, Manager, Light lUraew CM(1) P...
; pumpkins a. d other vegetables IWUTHU.
;' :!: :.tj OP WIND. !! 'OJ 7i X ,, I GUY I. METCALF, 1\-'
could be had. 0 + The Equitable Life of N.Y. Fork.OMtgi( >riikler. OM
l = \a. \9 \: I. ,, ODe tkaY
(11 Pack's Ru..e. n.
:I 3: > >
to : : I: > NOTARY
All the above' could be utilized inmore I 18p.m. .; 3:0. :.c :.c >.C .3: "3: I 12"a.m ,Z PUBLIC Jacksonville Florida. sa.dw. a. LlaIO.I..w Property ts'
i -- ?' I : ::i For the State of. Florida at LaraB. _ttarlwulKow.tkerelora.tlM. _
iI I UDP or ways ny a :mining factory 1':9toi'IS....?I2S| ..... 14S| ......261,08SW..2l TIClear-- :' ;oi16 Deeds { and ContractsConveyancing I would like sail w.it
while if. hi addition to the canning 2 :.19 9b1SW-04I\!.... | [ .00|(.'lear.._..--..17il80I85I71/78Ist| | |/ | |71 ?74i66 70 Drabs I to receive an ex- all keeAl'
..._....._ o:ker parlous Iat..t.J. anqnire
$3O liNW.101N..Ox|\W15 HClear| .103jti3I7oI5sI64I8178| | | | | 78 a Specialty.
department a small laboratory 4 40 16 XW... 05M5| !; ...0W; | NW..12| ,()0|Partly Cbs .y 6274{ /76151<1167 82 78 'n1170 All Work Guaranteed Legally: Correct. ample of your 20-YEAR EN- .2to appear to said srttus eIa It
14 W..__03NW..06I\E...18 .02iC'I"ar. t H6S 79187 7384/| 71 78181 ..
5 :10 | > | 6. 74 Office in TBOPICAL the first )Monday A. fcfudtmrt 1
added oil of ...... \ \ "OOI I'aruVcinud. / SUN Biotk. POWMENT BOND February
was lemon extracts 01 6130 181 W.03IX $ 677J| 7J I IId17l18016| 74 8:' U I 76 adapted to
17 SE...lal|:' _. ... .INIIP..rtlyI'ouIi7477$11u76d77.'l| ( ,;' 74 West Palm Beach Dade County Florida. by kfaalt will to ttW**g
l lemon, lime, pineapple and other 8J.H008IE I ._...06|>*.._ 04E| ._14i1 / .Oul|Partly C..lly '6172/ / 72/7B8i[/ ) 66/78Ml| /74 78 my age. said defendant. *
I H-i'l| UbiW._..( _._0W.!! ..12 .00Cartl| oady; 72 7'18169I75 71<1 .
( 6-1171IH21J 76
fruits and cocoanut oil could be produced 0(30( 10W| ......0411I3010NW sB_..o.isE..09| ODCI| ar...._ 6? 74 HO 67 74 82 7679837278| | | | J.U. LIVINGSTON, i Whose.., ka.d sad the uisI.4l'"
and lemon mid lime juii-e ...04ISW03ISW.. .OCII'!| lear..._.,..16 \847H'tt7 6176 1e2 75/7H/83/ / 7l'78| I was born on the...........day of this 14 day of .NovrMbrr.A.IX t"
prepared < __ .IHCI"ar., aJUSTICE .
12 8016 N..01 :Y 18IN.25 72 | 7212 | ( u1187 OF THE PEACE (Seal] A. r.Cll1JIBI.
and 'Uittled for the trade.t 18 30 24 ME.19143024IE E151NE..24 .0)|Partly lundvl7l T:,73171 78181 .i>*|7.-j; 7*p! ;i 64 011
1715I3O __.18E..21 .OOIPartly| 'flouJy6x 71'74 76172 74\74 7072)77'S6X7J\) Sixth Judicial District CIrR MIll
t But very little more -mltchillt>rywq,1d 28 E.-_-_14 E..16\ ....211 (MIlear....-._.' 7" 767873| | 76W07.1 || i 763i"i>O68 70 Dade County, Florida .................................18......... w. L UETCALr, .
16 30 22 E..._18 E.._UlE.._.24 0') Part r C.uu.iy I | 7877OOiPa 7o 7477 6068\ Office in Mawey Block Attorney fur llaiittl. 116lf
t be neeeiwary fur putting/ up 17 80 lit E..._.07/EN..12INB ..29 1 ,CluuJv._ _. 76171177171 74 711H 76 74 66 70 /-19-97 WEST PALM BEACH FL.\. -
18 3018 SE..12 SE..M|S&.AAI| 1 4JI ''oi-dy._ T31T117d6M171T8i4178I7816i7Y| | | (
it:>ted coeaonut and pineapple NE..2o1ISa..23ISE..861! | | T\Cloudy.. .._...._\73,73177, 727478| | 75 76 78(67( 72 Name........................................ -
..__ | ...._ .. | tly Cloud 737377| | 73173179( 74 76\np'i7,66( M. D. L.
yrup. 21 3022IE...._13IE._.12E..21| | .OtlPartlv Clo'idy 74737MI| | !\97479| | 75 77 704859| | DODSON. NOTICE FOR PL'BLICATIOLA.a
Another that could find 22 30 14\XE..07IE..07IE.17| | Partly Cloudy\737278| | 7t| | |!5777668'72!
factory 23 30 08 W.,....03Iv..O7IN....1S .00 Clar.; ..._- 646776| | | !370807578)77| | | | ) 6172 Address ..AIIG'ILLLOve.taf
Bomethiug to do nil the time wouldbe 24180iSNW..OIE.) / _...15K| _I6 .($) rlear.j6.17417716217O17l711T4(79M11T2: | | | | | (/ | fA ................................... OrrUIAY IS.-'1
25o20SE.21; E..2tISE..26 .00))Partly Cloudy 757.-.j77| 73175Zi 79168174180)74') Notice that IM
one fir be manufacture of fibre 26 80 16|E: _.21IK04E._13 k._26 Partly Cloudy 75)76178)/ 74 Z Z !II6,8I 6X74 1021.97 named settler hereby ku alai cites 101&tt .l W .-
27 30 121 W.._ | .06 W_17 I.4S;P-rtly Cloud v 71174(79171( 75 7974767368( Miami, Florida. to make Baa1 el M1 t
for'it'coold haw palmetto, cocoanut 21'130 H\|SW.061|E.....08 I;...i3 00 Partly Cloudy 72174179\70 74 79687478| | 70 n 8oaS-5o and tbd....!pout proof will is Nippurl Iw ask Idov--
lll TO 18IB .._.()3INW.06| E.14 .00 Partly Cloudy 7571 flU 71 76 79168174178
67 72 ... Ea
material to work \ ..._ COfeacCo'IIaU.. ., tla, oa ;
and pineapple on 80 .10 07SW..08NE..18| | NE..25 295aouilv ? 666874| | 66 70 78687376| | | 68 72
PRANKUN SHEEN. GEO. 0. BO .. Trv THE Qiiu.. 'ft.. 1ft w u>__..i. 1WT.'U: __2.&.
every month in the year and if thesupply Summary for the Month. -1 QUEEN & BUTLER. TIER -- 'v. .uu nu. ". Joseph A. Well._fJi>ittr.H .

should it would I .. Hd.tl.1II1.for the aWL., fertwi II **t
ever run out
Mean Barometer, SO 14: Highest Barometer-, on the'IMk 30.27.;'Lowest Barometer, W South tUox*U E..L Ji
be nn easy Imltt- r to raise enough on the 1 si,29 89. SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. lie names tkvfulkiviaf w>'"*** wl a

sisal and sanaevera hemp to supplyany Mean Temperature, 73; Highest Temperature on the 1st. 85"; Lowest Temperature, Office at West Palm BeachWEATHEBFOKD UNDERTAKINGGEO. kis.Mid eontinn land,'"viu a KMdcace.(*>. 154 .*1 rof.

I on the 3rd. 58; Qrettent Dally Range .J Temperature on the 4th, 18; Leas Daily Lands legally subdivided and mapa fur. J. Armour,of Jswur.t,1. flV.
shortage. Range of Temperature on tile 25th. 4, Mean Temperature for this month in 1888, 710; i ai'hed ng and Selecting and Itradiag lands, loeaa. H. MALTBY. 8.Taacre.H..t. ott.i, Yea ;j
That the facts are us above stated 1889 73j 1800, 74*. 1891,71; lo192! ,69";;1883, 72: ; 1894, 71*. W95, 72; 1896, 76 fur and estimating correct Work timber a Bpeclalty. Care. John H. Uranl. N.i-<".'*, ." .
\oI97! 73'. Mean Temperature for this month lor 10 ye-re, 72_ mqllleaLIoDB by man receive guaranteed AU coo;. -.5--- tie W. lIerrllllC. BAaCold.
old and most of our newerrflttiJt'DtS prompt atten 11-4.51 J.M. ...
,11 l our Prevailing l>irerti..n .>f Wind E.: Total Movement of WInd. 8,137 miles'Maximum; tloD.. Maui and Blue hints at Lowest t..... -
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know an i we publish them Velocity of Wlud, Direction and Date 88 miles per hour on the 18th. SB. eea WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-1.9\ and Embalming of the Dead

herein the hopes that they may Total Praivitatt.,6 4111nchtll: Number days on.which .01 lock or Bore precipitation 20 I WHEN In Jacksonville be Mrt;ii

meet the eyes of some one who has fell, 5: Total Precipitation (m lathes) for this month. in 1888. 8.\18; 1889 2.47.1890 Years'Experience', it your OM Fries who will W

the money to invest and will comedown 4 93:1891.2.16:1892.0.89; 1893.5.01; 1894.299; 1895. -1.80; 1896. 2 40; 1807, 6.49 'VILSON --... i you with Bargains in
Average P ecipit&llon! f>>r flits month for 10 years, 3.61Inchea.
j here and start one or the his I I Number Cloudless Days 10; Partly Cloudy,16; Cloudy 4. .. TONSORIAL ARTIST. ta' Funeral Supplies in Stock. Dry Good, flothlDl sal
such factories to '
i Other, fir both OTEt-Preasare Reduced., to sea. .Ivvel, 3 ,* Shaving Parlor GfDts' .'utnihlng1-
profit! and the bepettt of' this section. -- J. W.CKO.V'K.,qtwetTet. Weather.. Bureau, H.91 OtWWkB4bvhiTurya! next door fo Poet-0oe. ''r"t'Crap '" D. SINGER, Mash". j

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Date In Per diem , ? ___ 2 60 mien visiting Jacksonville DEALER
History-Dec. 9. 8tH J. W. j:.eksom_!leaP and per ult OIL_ m. E. ORTJBER HARDWARE-
UM-Qsstoru Aftatpta, king <*' ew es, diem and Incidental......_....:.... 17 60 : IN...
.cUbratsd M a nOer and soldier born Utookbobs 819 Z.T.Memtt,salary NOT __ 41 6682oS.H.ClarheeleaninglotNa20 J. A_ CRAIG & BRO. -
; klllad at Lotsm Ia tb.Thirty
Tssn'war, UO.taoaJohn 550 -'-..FORMEN'S .....
821
Jtllton..the lien Mdebraud In London painter;dltd,diwl 101LpiaYsadyk. :pomp Ceo.No Carter 20._potting._. _down_ 3 50 FURNISHINGS.We i. and Crockery :
822 A.c.Ushtbvurne
Uwdua; bona IliIII.IIItTlle..YiuI moss rent,
plead their independ No 20.____??r?. 1 14 carry the Largest tine of
by a decWr vktory over the Bpanisrds ttAyaeaebo. 8:3 TKIIPICU.Nee, pBb. annual re- Hats and Glassware,,Lamps and Lanterns. '
n.war fang r.d lor about s port.10 00 All Kinds of Boat Coods.
wbea UM but e nntEa OtiOw
year stronibold Callao
824 .
Loudoll BlacUoII labor,No 20. 6 50 Negligee Shirts
,w.i"to UM patriots. Stores,Tinware.DOOM Sash and BUaifl
825 M. B.
L.Tmao.bUnIs.Hlpoluxo 2 40
aa-ratwltatJlno tlbeobald).famous ternspaatto to be found in the State. Sole for '
,died; bora U Tipperery- 826 Z.T.ilerritt,IncMrntttU.-..,_ 5 6.* Agent: All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting G Odt.
r--: H27 Cbu.Cbartera'lCnengerwort.No. Knox and Youmans Hats.
USi-tm OorMU.ouuUr of OoneU valrw 12,13 and 14?.? ____ 8 55 .., Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves.
tlty.dial.WJuba 827Ji Z.T. Merritt. appropriation. Everett Block.erg W.Bay Street, Harrison Bros.Ready Mixed Paints.
RIM BTOWM author artist andtraveler. Lemon City___.._-_ 500 00 S-u-9J JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 3XT&il Orders Giv n Prompt Attention. .1j7,
BtUbUr to CblM la IlDi-Il. died
8J9 Lalnh.rt A Potter,lumber, No. -
I Oakland Ul; bun tolT.UUJuai
a..rWV1.e&Uu>r t 4 politidu, 8 sad 12?.. ? ____ :20 78 t ..
...; burs Kill.UK 830 W.J.Shone repair., No.2__ 9 10 '
-Alfrxt Narb meets of a1tncl1u.0 8.11 T.N.Gautier,labor,&e. No 18 BEELSFOED :EROS : :
dad M teaCOUNTY"- ,., 11&11.. and 20__.*..---- 29 50 Economy, We open ,the,way *. practice it, in the
832 tainhart & Potter,lumber, No.
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--- .e Best for Least Price. The ofPreach
the quality
15_... _____ 80 Many
SCHOOL BOARD. 833 The H.&W.B.Drew Con black the food yon eat is aa important as the RealEstateandInsurance.'

board elotla_......_...._.......... 18 00 It, boots you read as much as anything in .
Itplar Umli .f Uc Bard Far the Math 8.t4Geo. H. Ifaltby, window
|.( Dtctabtr. shade,No.5___.._ 2.20" fact that pertaining to better liing.Quality is the essential Palm Beach, Florida. .
835 0. W. Herring labof & .Frt element in everything on* bays.
-- .," Neptune,No.15_....___ 100
Some
folks put with more or less unpleasant things,
WEST PALM BJJACH Fla., 836 M.K.Gruber upplU*, No. 1 up Notary FtibligCottages.to Rent.
Dec. 7. 1897. and5_.__....___? ____ R 05 rather than change dealers; Those who favor as with their

of 837 Dade County State Bank,Interest patronage are under no obligation to us, neither are theyto 61.97 Post-Office Building North of Fointiana Hotel.
Regular meeting the School Board ,
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held to-dv. Present, J. W Jackson, J. W. JACKSON Chairman.Z. others.

Chairman; J. W. Comstock W. L.1Jaseytrl T. Mg&UTT, Superintendent We offer many advantages not obtainable elsewhere. .
\\ and Z. T. Merritt, Superiq.tendrnt Avail yourself of the opportunity for better living by
SAMCgl.I.. STORE GEORGE:\I.CRASK.. KII3UKN POWERS
Financial report of Dade County School opening jour grocery account with us. Prompt Paying

Minute. of last meeting read and pIWOTCU Board, for month ending Nov.30,1897. Customers will save money by doing BO. ESTABLISHED 1866-


following The daprrinteodent report t submitted the Nov M 1 State Balance ITEMIZED Treasurer.on:nan.: Bicfcim!Redemption.__. ...$2583 07. 'BURKHARDT'S S. Li. STORER & cO.


Colored school house at Miami furnished Tai Sale__..._.? ??. 7 60 i a G -OGO0GaOTrE4sT .
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with desks and occupied; ai assistant 5 Z.T.Merritt,Dlmkk Books 74 87 = 1-

John S, Davis employed. The 20 State Treasurer BedemitttunTas -. Wholesale Commission Dealers .;+
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acbool house at Sale ,_._.... 1 65 Everglade having been '

burned, a house has been secured and $2G 1 69 and Shippers of all Kinds of. ; \ .

school began again on the 2910. Have
visited all the schools north of New J'EK1UD xPENDl'frus: '
867 lula DeBogory.sal ,1st month 40 00 Lobsters : : :
River except nos. 6,13 and and find <
24. 868 ),I...U. U. Stephens II 40 00 ,
food work being done, general satisfaction 869 R.E. McDonald II 50 00 c4s1S-S- .
to the patrons being given except at 870 Annie M McDonald II 86 00 ,
Jupiter visited the schools at Elliott'sKey 871 J.C.Barrls "'' 40 00 ? : Fresh Fish-I: ;

Lemon City and Miami; the 872 873 Rosa sirs H.Forrey S. Hobbs "" 40 40 00 00 :

schools at Miami in .. ..
are a flourishing 873 Annie E. O.Metcalfe 40 00 ..'
condition; the attendance at Lemon City 876 Mamie M.May II 40 00
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has fallen off aomewhat on account of 877 Mr*Qro. Lyman 40 00 : : : Turtle
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878 A..Llghtbournekr 40 00 .
there being whooping cough and chicken 879 L.1'.Hindry II 50 00 /" ........ .
pox in the district; three pupils have ,8HO Lula Angevlue II 40 OO of Florida '!Offers .
been withdrawn from the Elliott's I asl ,E. ..
Key J Jone 40 00 Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
school but three more came in, leaving Sttt Irene Blckarda 40 00 .r ...
nine still on the rolL 8H4 W.A. H. Hobbs 40 00 ,!-., i.: :,;"-......!>; ," 11.1S-97 .16 Fulton Fish Market, NEW ,YORK; "
883 Maude Gee 40 00 '
The following warrants have been issued 886 Mrs.N. L.Jackson II 40 00 ., -
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during the month to teachers: 878 Jeanette Obenchin 40 00 v ; .

Nov. 8, 390, Addie Lee Damon $40 00 891 888 Ada Annie F.D lenltt Llgbtbonrne "" 40 50 00 00 '

9, 391 Ada F, Merritt 50 00 892 Amy M.Mann 40 00 < : : .: T. V. CASHEN : .
.. Great
392 Amy M. Manu, 40 00 893 Mrs.Edith Hunter 16 00 t. Advantages ,

393 Mrs. Edith Hunter, 16 oo 895 L.F.HinOrr 2nd month 50 00 .
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896 Lola Angevine 40 00
'9. 34, Eugene Lee 40 oo 400 Irene Bkkards 40 00 .s__ .Manufacturer of.and Dealer ia
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20, 395 L. F. Hindry, 50 00 403 A.C.tlghtbourue, !r. 40 00 I 1', '" ,"
M 396 Lola Angevine 40 00 404 AnnleD. Lightbourue II 40 00, "

22. 397. W.A. H. Hobbs 40 oo 407 Maude Oe 40 00 I II .
!
411 Mrs. B.8.Hobbs 40 (H)I YELLOW
PINE LUMBER
393 L. E. Kidner 40 00 777 O. J. Hardee,cleaning grounds I ICGroe To:SettWrs'in the ofPerfectClimate :

399 Susan M. Sanders 40 00 ..?.?,??.?..__,.?ini 10 0( ..v'i way. .rf .
400 Irene Rickard, '40 00 780 City Mlaml, ew WttteSchool.. 500 00 "" -
741 Thoa. Kane & Co. Furniture V Productive,Soil -
Annie
B.G. ;
to 401 Metcalfe 40 00 Cutler...._M.._._....__....m?_... 46 20 .. .And Timbep. .
J. E.
402
Jones, 40 00 784 Anthony Bros.,Incidentals for
Choice Fruit Lands Rich Garden Tracts
403, A. C.Lightbonrne 40 00 O lee._. .??._.._...?.?___._ 490 ,
e
Oat Annie D.Lightbourue 40 00 785 W.S.Tancre, Freight on Desksto lIouldi 1gs. Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work, ;
Jnoiter.______._.. 50 Sugar Cane and Good Schools,
;
'-I. ,R. E. McDonald
405 50 oo Pickets Lath Orange and Vegetable Crates. .
7Htt H. &W. B. Drew Co.?..?__.__ 600 "
406 Annie McDonald, 40 00 787 Tbos.Kane & Co., Furniture, Tobacco Areas, Plenty of Churches

407 Maude Gee, 40 00 No 18.. ._.__.........._..._ _.. 46 00 Jacksonville, Florida. 10-23.97
408 Rosa Forrey, 40 oo 7x9 Chase& Burney,Insurance....... 49 &( and countless ways to earn a competency i

'. 409. Mamie M. May, 40 oo, 790 A. F.Qulmby Beeordlag Devdi. .3. 50 1J
791 John UUU&rd labor at Nep-
410 Mrs G. B. Stephens 40 oo Mae_._.................................... B 75
25, nit Mrs. H.S. Hobbs, 40C0Ikc. 793: Herring anti Rushing,repairs.4 2't'
3,
6, 413, Ada P. Merritt 50 oo No.18_____..__ 1M 75 ,
794 J. W. Jackson, hauling and
414 Amy M. Mann 40 oo changing desku....?__..,_...... 4 05 8 Wholesale And Retail Dealers In-:-
.
415. Mrs. Edith Hunter, 40 00 7U3 J. W. Jackson, Mileage i pr

Nov.IS, 815,T. Gautier,freighton Diem..??..??.-................-.-..--.. 17 00 Attractions!
desks 37 15 I 796 Z.T. Merritt IncMeutalu.......... 6 49 Special Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement -
797 Z.T.Mrrrltt,salary,Oct?..??._ 41 66 ..
Respectfully submitted 798 M. E.GruberSupplle8.asprbm 9 20 Shingles and Laths.
Z. T. MEKRITT, 799 JoneH.! removing and selling ,
Superintendent up clowU No,U- 2 00 To Tourists and Sportsmen in the line of
8>OO S. Williams, pairing and Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.
The Supervisor of Jupiter school filed putting up dean, No.14...-...... ..... 8 70 Paving
A letter of complaint against the teacher 801 W.H. Fibber repairs, bucket, Bird and Deer Fresh and
at that place. On motion it was decided Ac-: ;No 9._.......??-?-___...??.. 810

to change the teacher from No. 5 at 802 Diuiick & Billhonse Repairs; Hunting, Salt Water -it
ice..No. 1- 10 22
Jupiter, to No. 24 at Leesville. and send 803 W.Vo s.draj age. No.12. ._._ 1 00 Office 408 West Bay Street .
UM teacher front No. 24 to No 5 at tlOti T. N. (Gentler putting down Yachting, Fishing,
Jupiter. Superintendent ordered to eaU..pumps& -, No. 18, __._ 86 52 .' -Jacksonville, Florida*
h07 W.L. Wldmever: mileage and Bicycling, Turtling and 10-28-97
notify the teachers that the change willgo pr di..ID..._._................._..? .- 6 00
into effect January 2nd 1898. 80S J. W.Comstock mileage and pr and Sea Bathing Shell
On motion; That inasmuch as the diem.?.__._._._. .._?_. 260 Gathering.
Lemon City School house will be completed 809 Q.A.'-ale&Co.supplies, No. 6 75 "New Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves
810 (,' Vi.bears, Hauling Furniture,
before the next meeting of the No.12._.______.____-??..._ 2 00
Board a warrant for $500 is ordered 811 TKOPirAb Sen, Incidentals as .-. .

drama in favor of Z. T. Merritt Super. prrbllt?_?_?_.__._.?...?._._ 7 75 Standard Ligtit'g Co's Vapor Stoves
Intendt nt, to be paid to the contractors 81:1 City Miami, Colored School
: house Miami No. 20.___.__ 250 00
when the building u completed and de-
813 B.lit. StepheuH Removal and OUR EAST COAST AGENTS: -
kmed according to contract setting up of desks_._._._._.__ 1 60 I Of all Regions for Invalids -
M. E. Gruber appeared before the J H Niver Daytona J C Frink, StuartW
$2436 99 Th eel 0 n.. considered by pea P Shryock \eR Smyrna M E Gruber West Palm Beach
f board. a committee from the Knights Frank T Budge Titusville M B Lyraan, Lantana

I of Pythias offering to rent the upper BtCAPITCLATIOH. pIe who have traveled Edward Stiling Cocoa Stranahan & Co Fort Lauderdale '

part of the West Palm Beach school Total receipts....__?....__?.-.$2671 69 Geo F Paddison &Co Ban Gallie Jordan & Spivey. Lemou City
building their Castle Hall for the Total expenditure_.*...__._...? 2436 9'J Hodgson Bros, Eau Gallie D R Knight, Lemon City
I u year over the world as superior to the A Y W Hojfg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, Miami
I iSyS at a rental of eight dollars per BaL on band..... .?...?.........._........I 234 70 Geo E Coon, Jensen W \V Culbertsoj Cocoanut Grove

1 month, under the same conditions as Mediterranean Riviera' u as____ a u health_______
last year The Board decided to ac. The Raymond D Knight Co.

I cept the offer; Superintendent ordered giving ,life restoring resort for ,

ta prepare new lease and present the The Tropical Sun those afflicted with lung troubles SOLE STATE AGENTS,

bill for the rent from Sept. tat, 1897. -. a.'Jf 1021.97 Jacksonville, Florida.
t Superintendent ordered to negotiate
: rheumatism, catarrh, etc.
I fur the insurance of M ;school houses 4 :

and report at nest meeting; also to insure

i the Colored: school house at Miami. Job Department .
.. ._. .
t and the Lemon City school house when THOS. NOONEY & SONS

I finished, with Chase & Harney at the ,

i rates offered.The Prints Letter Heads
, colored people of Miami turned Note Heads Come See and be Convinced! -. MerchantsIMPORTERS
Commission
.. over to the Board 133.90, to be used for StatementsBusiness ,

I school purposes. Cards .
| The bid of Cbas. A. Green of {266 oo, Bill Heads That this Section is all that its most; f
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! for building a school house at Everglade And all kind* of Fine StationeryAre
. ardent admirers claim for it.
* accepted, and the Board appropriated ,
You Supplied? xl / I
Foreign and Domestic
i $250.00 towards paying for the
I Our people are hospitable, and they are gladto I
same, the people of that district to pay

I i the balance; Dr.J. W. Jackson was appointed Give us a Trial Order welcome good people from anywhereand Fruits and Produce -:
a member of their building ,

I committee to represent the Board everywhere. !
And We Will
j The following warrants were issued today WHOLESALE :

| for general cipenses! : CROCERS

Mt1 ".. L wtdweyer. nlteaz aid ,

par."--.-...,_.,.. ... ? 6. 00 Please You,. COME TO DADE
'lk ,.". Comstock mileax an4<) ETA( sO Y.CLIaF' FLO ZDAI 19'2a1w0 t
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d THE nOI'ICAt811N. WEST PAtH BBACh rwllIDA, -
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t THE. ..SEASON'S. FASHIONS. FERN ,CULTURED ,ESTABLISHED I874j .. corns
I I I & i
Kingsland
XA raw i p .iiti I. Way of atybs. ,
business- ;
Dow AM Denote PT mtt May Be Malt banking
... legitimate
tblortab rd.alat.The .. j ; 0r-=cOBdncting a
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I. BlMrtoh tlu.HMM. ; ;
lines, :
iota on corrcnt modes to to begbi -' wpoV&rictij commercial
! It is better to with young

l Uttered There are co sererely aU sides plain are meet tkirts Taxied.and plantls:: Vick's Monthly. Be careful No. 5 Fulton Market,, NEW YOU .C-
not to overpo them. Wash the inside of FloridaAT 0. -
skirts elaborately trtemed. The skirt National Bank
i linings are made with knife plaited dally of good the pots drainage.clean and Use open give espe-rich First WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FlS&:::> _

Mil set in the edge without
on entirely
fibrous soil, light rather than heavy,
Stiffening and quite from the
separate and instead of filling the pot with soil '
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dxttt skirt at the tblmd. The .
eicept wa to the brim leave plenty of room to hold 4 ,
Mv aleeTes are proportionately small- water. Ferns should never get quite "" 'plotIda Fish
Jacksonville Florida ;
suite don, in fact-with Y ry small dry at the root yet it will not do to / ,
poffi> frill at the As for
< top. bodices
keep them soaking wet Many of them,
there U an infinite rariety. There are especially the maidenhair and gold and Solicit business of merchants, planters and fruit growers. All accounts have

oat bodices long, short and medium in silver ferns, dislike being splashed over 3- ...........personal attention. .... ....F
length. There Russian and other '" A y
are "" SpeeialiITOENOLEH :
head, and hot sunshine must never fall ?
blouse bodices and bodices_with and directly upon 'these- delicate' kinds: Drifts oa England and the-Continent: bought: and sold ;
E without The Bided oft
basque
one way 'ems are sure to be killed by little on lavofable terms.
trimming appears on many of our bodices '
dribblings of water'given everyday. Cashier.
i and newer than a mass of ruffles or JAMES H. SCHUMACHER' President R- C. COOLEY, olgft2D.nw Sou.1tcd.
The same rule that applies to watering ',,' 10-21-91
! jabots are the single shawl reren carried
other plants -good with ferns. When
1; from the right shoulder to the left side ,
the of the soil looks fill the
J. top dry pot
E cf the waist with water to the brim so that alhthq
yTuhion continues to be devoted to ; D. & CO.
s ball of soil may have a thorough soak- HORN
tithe* and belts of all sorts and descriptions. .
1 ing. It is not best to set ferns in a draftof
Black lace trimmings are considered .
either warm of cold air.
the last word in point of elegance "oBAY STREET, Jacksonville ,PJJ .
. There is no need to keep ferns in the .
and modishness Brick Hotel in Town.WESTPALM.BEACHJrLA..
house all Only
summer, though peopledo .
i Edges of fur and fur trimmings all many THE GREAT MONEV-SAVING'STORE.
it. They thrive better outside on the ;
It sorts are in ondeuce ou the new gowns Prices to Merchants. Wnte for quo =
' piazza or other sheltered spot, providedthe We sell at Wholesale and Retail. Special :
- will tatio s. Our Mail Order Department is given very careful and. prompt attention.
owner not forget to water Has recently been comoleted, built In Use j
Below few that will attract the eye of Bargain Seekers
, them. we quote a. prices THE uL/MluUL/LV stantial manner and elegantly furnish'"
t An old fern that has ..1il16d"the pot -'
full of roots may be repotted at anytime on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent,\

except in fall Repotting at this ed view each way, and guests enjoy perpetual hreeres fro.n all directm:;;.:;

season would interfere with the partialrest Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Clasa.
which most fern like to take at .1 .
this season. With plentiful wateringone 'c; t, c; v .(f A Bates: J2 per 'ay end np. Special Bates by the Week or Kes& "-

can grow quite large specimen ferns t b
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t in wonderfully small pots. Two points (;")1' ""t- I'. 0 GEORGE ZAPF, Mann--

that the fern It-4-97
grower must'neverforge t .
I in potting and repotting are to have t .W I
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the drainage particularly free and to .-. .aN ROPE & McLAURIN JACKSONVILLE. T LO
take all earthworms from the soil ,
1J 0 M a s
J ;0 to:. :::: .
How to M.ke Delicious Clam Soap. o Produc

IYIKTSO WRAPS.both Put a dozen large clams, choppedfine """ ''-1 ,,G. Fruits and
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for day and evening! wear. Velvet, to a st8wpaD,'add a' :pint of wafer 'i J : : N'

i lace chiffon and fur are to be seen frequently and heat slowly to' the boiling point, R \ R Commission Merchants.Fancy

a 14 on one garment Chinchilla, but do not boil Sailrt 1>!$ pints of .

Fenian lamb and table are favorites, milk, with a slice of onion. Melt -. '
i IT but there are cheaper fun which make heaping tablespoonful of butter; add 2 .2 Grades of Buttery and Ch ; .
* a very effective edging tablespoonfula of ,flour1.and stir until "r-
i
11 There is a new fashion in the making smooth; then add the clams and the .. We Solicit Your Business.We .

{ f| Of bows for the neck these being now milk, from which the ouion has been Q only solicit the business ol Merchants and Will Not fill order from
1 f contrived of accordion kilted silk, very removed. Simmer for two minutes and .a should boy front their borne dealers. #
small and short and tull,'with finely season with a half teaspoonful each of

, plaited cod., They are set in the center salt and pepper. Beat the whites of 3 ;
of a collar band made of plaiting, and eggs to a stiff but not dry froth andpour '::

. El they are made in"glace silk of every the hot soup upon them and serve Fi04 ._ ED. S. BAIMES. KS.1JVIaehinists

,, conceivable hue. immediately, This soup is delicious\ and o This Elegant Parlor 1I ICES 13 OThERS
A little novelty in collar bands also very appetizing. If the clama are quite ; ,

: to be noted is in imitation of.a clergyman salty, use half the,given quantity. ,of l Lamp Only 99 Cts.
.i 'a collar, made in white satin. and salt Decorated Bowl with and Engine -
ever this is tied an ordinary bow of any
oolored ribbon. Bw to CfcooM Sponge Star Oil Heaters $2.90 and Shade. to match.

Collar bands are still a very distinctive : The first' requisite-of a good.:sponge $ (): -AGENTS FOR-
point in the costume, and many it that IS shpnld be dark in polo The #f. "J i;), .'' ...;
very somber gowns have a dash of beadtiful yellow sponges commonly Write for OillIealt Catalogued The Gas Engine and Power Company,

bright color at the neck which addswowleituU Been in druggists' windows are a delusion \ .... Repair Parts for their Motor in Stock.
to the effect! and snare. The natural color ia

Hats are less extreme than they were a light to medium brown, and the yellow

earlier in the season .The toque is a fa sponges have been bleached by,a Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a Specialty
i
I j| vorite shape, and there are some exceedingly vitriol bath which destroys their elasticity -

!, small bonnets Bound felt hats and makes them wear. .. much
with moderate brims and 'soft dented sooner. .. J i, OUR SPECIALTIES:

, crowns are a novelty. The hats are The feel of a sponge should be velvety

fashioned so that they seem to tilt a and it should compress into a very t Repairing.... Installing.....
small bulk squeezing, and it must be ,
t trifle on the head. Birds, plumes,' _
, Gas, Gasoline, Naphtha,Kerosene
Complete, Isolated LighilsfJ
of a uniform color. The beat and mexpansive oei
wings, aigrets, flowers, fun and jet Vapor, Hot-Air and and Pumping Plants for domestic >
and jeweled ornaments are all employed -, are Levant sponges. They : Steam Engines, and Scales of use operated by g err,

u garniture in millinery this season. come from the eastern :Mediterranean, all makes and capacities. gasoline, steam or water. ..!
For opera and other evening occasions the Dalmatian sponge being next in

where full dross is in order are some quality and price. There are very many Alarm. Clocks, Fully War- Inventor Models Constructed with Secrecy and OUpaUh.
charming evening wraps. One seen recently others, however, known to the trade as
is in pink satin covered with horse sponges, Limo oa sponges, yellow ranked, 65 Cents. The Daisy Oil Stove

duchess lace. Frills of accordion plait velvet, sheep's wool and glove sponged ,- Office and Works, l
Irt"
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ed chiffon covered with lace finished it The prettiest and at the same time tile grSotlce to All: While vlwltlng in our City 2 1 Burner" only" 35 75 Cents" 10 21-97 Foot of Liberty Street j\ J a 4 oIVI.11 iQ. flOf .

around the bottom and it was headed cheapest is the grass sponge, which ia we cordially invite you to make UH a call. "
with a chiffon ruche. The large collar is made spot myriads of ,small, filaments 3 99
of( satin ribbon, lace and chiffon. In and looks like a ball of yellow wool. J. D. HORN & CO-, 105 East Bay St,

striking contrast, but equally stylish, is a The majority of, sponges used in this :! ,Son JACKSONVILLE& Co. FLA. DO NOT FORGET...... .,
white hooded cape bordered with ermine country come from Floridi'Cuba also

and fastened at the throat with a lace supplies a good many. The sponge,

bow? having long ends and a jewel in after being detached from the bottom, Jo897REYNOLDS Russell & Co.
the outer. ALICK Y ARNCJL either by a dredge net Or an instrument & HULL ,
something like a sickle, which is made ,

Book Corer Del1ralDIo for the purpose,. is allowed to lie in the
WHOLESALE
The possible pecuniary advantages of sun until the flesh decomposes AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DRUGGISTS!

designing appeal to women home workers The sponges are then trodden underfoot

of :'artistic skill But. there are cer- in running water until the flesh ia ;sit
all washed away, leaving the skeleton, q Y @yst&rs Qam&and WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
which is the sponge as we know it If ,, ,

the decomposition is allowed to go too druggist (Sundries, toilet j .
far, yellow spots will appear upon the >

sponge and damage it"They are] thenpacked Qren qurtZ Perfumes and
np and sent to 'he'de le, and, patent Medic

after a further washing, put on the .

market SERVICE. 1 ; TWICE A DAY. A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies.
.
Bow to Stew Duek
Halve a roast duck, ,put it into a We,catered, to the best, trade last year and Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service.:

a Btewpan,'a little, beef"gravy 'added ii are fully p'repared'0 do' so this season. 61.97

possible, a few leaves of sage," a small Seminole Block West Palm Best

onion pepper and salt Simmer a quarter .
BOOK BIXDISO DT LKATHIB uosa ic. of an' hour ''and skim cleans then SPECIAL ATTENTIONIS Seed Potatoes

laID mechanical conditions to be met in add green peas according to taste Cover Beans, Tomatoes .Etc.

designing., Concerning these: as they close and simmer nearly half ant hour GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM BRANS-Greco Pod; Earliest Valentine, ...
exist in book cover designing The Ai longer; then drop in a small"piece "ol BEANa-Sus Best of All, per bushel,$r.5o. Early Mohawk Imll.lltfagt'ee Refagtt.
Poi
Amateur, which illustrates a unique butter and a little flour; give it one Rust Pilaf(:olden: Imp tt as Golden.per bushel Was.,$Black Wax, WardwrU'aKldDt'J Wax UTbis ***]
leather mosaic cover, says: boil and serve in one dish. The East Side These are S.eclat Low Prices,intended to J.oo introduce bu-lDesa Oeatt
are only awd Diy 0"the lower Eatot
The artist who wishes to be successful Write fur Market Gardener's when order la a'jcoplll.I'aDll'd by this ad".rtl........&.
in this branch of design should first Bow to Core Hydrophobia. WEST PALM Halt dretb', Burpee's,Johnson aDd 0 Stoke'&, Gregllry'al.iYiD&iloo'a HendehODt" Thorbuna's, )ada's 'ID
BEACH orlon
of all endeavor to gain by practical o bThere is a very simple method of curing -. '-FLORIDA.,- '114.97. offer filled good on only same on day orders&zI received.received or ferr'L
before
December .
servation and if possible experience in Toth.ro
both --
hydrophobia and that form ol
a bindery some knowledge of the cutting epilepsy which is so frequently mistaken Slh. BURTON K.. BARRS Seedsman

of the brass blocks for stamping for it, which cure is known as -si 97 JACKSONVILLE FLOJUD.--=
the designs, of the of blocking I
processes the Buissoii treatment and is effected i -
of how different inks behave on by forcing the poison'through the pon-a WHIT !

different surfaces, colors and textures, of the skin by profuse perspiration. Incases U. D.
l of the bookbinders' cloth-should, inC a where ooavuldona have already> HENDRICKSON

.word, learn what are the possibilitiesas taken'place thepatten, should enter a WAIT ,,
,
well u the difficulties of the tools vapor bath, with temperature from 127
,aDd of the medium by which his design General
Merchandise.
degrees to 140 degree F., aDd.zemain _.1;
is to be translated.
there until all symptoms of hydrophobia WAIT!
Many a design may as a design be have disappeared.Where these baths Wholesale

r pleasing to a publisher and yet be madeIn are used as a. preventive: -one should betaken AND SAVE. YOUR MONEY. Oils t\fd

absolute ignorance of how it is torvxodaoed be In-each of seven consecutive da Js Gasolines, 76 and 86. SOl I t t Grocene es, PaInts, Qif

and bow or on what clothit l This remedy"is so' simple, that if no Mrs. J. Frank will return from New York in two

Is to be printed thereby often putting Russian or Turkish bath can be had it weeks with a Large Stock of . Hats
l impossible tasks on the shouldersof is quite possible to gain the desired result )- Caps, Sloes, Dry Goods Seels Ms
the unhappy' brass block ; iss'and r
engraverand in SAT room by: excluding the air Qsnis'urnfsAings
I t the still more unfortunate binder as much -possible,placing patient :ina 8em Machines

while the result as often as not fails entirely chair over a lighted oil stove on which Bodies press Goods a SpeofaZty doming [ Hardiare,

to come rp to the expectations. ia a pan of hot water and, having .: ?fA
raised by the original design. wrapped all in blankets allowing the Full Lime of the latest Styles in Agent for frayed'sad WUliallU.t Clark's ;

.patient to sweat put the poison F er t.U'tAtII,
Old Time Tae} Recipe. $ ,SHOES $
Anti-Friction
Iron
Boil 1,4 pounds or 3 cups, of brown Bow to Cat Bacon Properly. For Marine Railway
Agar with 1 Se cups of milk. Boil them First A. Boats 75 Feel in length and Under
the bones the
remove place steamers .
until a little snaps in ice water, then ban -
con'
on a board 'with the rind d 'TheBoston
add a piece of butter the size of an egg ward. Slice the bacon with a very sharp Store "LakeyortV* IOn
and let the mixture boil and
again until it knife down to the rind. When enough "Gladys"
hardens when tested in water The butter slices are MRS. J..FRANK
cut, press the knife closely to Prop'r. Lake Wort|
-should be especially sweet flavored the rind, cut sharply, and they will Seminole Block, on Banyan Street, WEST Schooner eMARY "
B.
t and fresh. Pour the candy over walnuts, fall apart Bacon should be kept cold 3. 4' PALM BEACH. regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksoat'

or chopped almonds and. firm to cut wety. < 111.97e Free Delivery Boat on take Worth.
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I TII SUNDAY SCIIO L. .SEEN IN AUSTRALIA. .. ._.- r.

; ...:-_ COCOANUT GROVE. SAMDEI B. CLARENCE C. .,
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USSON XI, FOURTH QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL Aa1. '!'bas. Bang, fine- Catties-Baan City Directory.. MRS.W.J.SHONE G. B;STEPHEya.Instructor: _VV .. _.8apervl sOr 1841.,

'I That Live ea Laves :B.MrLL : I
SERIES DEC. 12. COCOA PLUM. '!
There OFF/CER&
are a good many curious things MRS.JENETT OBKNCHAIX.A _Iutn.tor: i S. i CO
in the animal kingdom of Australia. J. P. LAVOVD ___ -,. ...... .Mayor F. LANG_- __8uJIeI'VitIur
I 'fist* tile ......, II Tim. IT, 1",. 18-11.:: I.E.GLENN...... .. Clerk
Perbapa the most wonderful are the J. H L1V1NGSTON __.. ___ _..AIiaIOr EVERGLADE.
sa-., \....., *. Ooldea Test, U white ants which form, quite a featureof \iJ O. H. MAtTBY._ Treasurer MISNIB M. MAY____Instnictor WHOLESALE V iiijJ.
ED. GRAHAM .._ ....._,....Marshal .
wx. &
SqpmworLISTOX.
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I 1-i the -
Tta. *. flun atary by th Ee D. northern regions. Their homes

.. I.az.s. are very elaborate. They live altogether Commission Fish Dealer =:;
BOARD OF ALDERMEN. >
in' cities W.A. H. HOBBS--Instructor
L MI charge the therefore God,and the -that it, ant dries. 'Each _,..._. _. _j_.. .Supervisor..

Lord ream' CbrUt, who shall Judge the mound is a great city in itself in whichA GEO.W. POTTER.____ President BOYNTON. No.7 Fulton'Fish Market, NEW YORK.

{Dick and the dead and (7 Hli appearing JOHN B BEACH....__ ........A. S. LAMOND MAUI GEE.....__ .._ __.-InatniftorCHA3.
BBANNI.NGGEO. "
U
J. A. Sl'RAWDERMAN.GEO. W. PIERCE.. Snpervtoor
and Hit kingdom." TbcM an'lame of : S. AD*MS.-_.XARL SCBREBNILK Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano,. Spanish -: i V

tha .last word of Paul by the Spirit to Hound!meeting on the ist,and 3d Tuesday In. PALM BEACH. Mackerel, Blue Fish, Etc. ,? ... .. '...,.,.
each month at 7:30 p. m. MISS L. DEBOGORY..........Tn t."tnrG.
'Timothy bis dearly beloTed Mm In the N. niMii;if. ...__. ....N.. ...anpanliinrCotoalD. References: Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fiah.
faith (chapter I, t), of whom be laid that DIrectory.COUNTY Dealer in the United States. .

to ad BO tuaJi M dear unto him (Phil. 11, e County ANNIE D. tIGHTBOURNL.Iutrudor gg ..Stencils famished on application. ll-18-3ia, ': rzr, <
80 margin). He bAd been urging him to JOHN WISE: lupenllor .t ,

tw wrung \a the craw that U In ChrMJre OFFICERS. I 1

.j; to endur hardness u a good sol6k A. E. HET8ER: ..,..... ..... County Jalg ;a.
and place! woo had chosen him; A. P. QUIM BY........ ... Circuit Court Clerk The Only Coffee RoastersIn
EOBT. R. TAYLOR.._ Prosecuting Attontef
to to show hlrnwlf
study approved unto H.). CHILLINGWOETU. ... Sheriff THE EAR MAN HOUSE'Is
Ooh .. Co C. HAIGHT ., Tax Asxeesor the State.J. .
"Preach the word. Be Instant Inbeacon -. 'Ia T.J. HAttUKK!':...................Tax Collector
of W';' __ .ifitJ. J. r. LAMO D.... ....................TreasurerVRANKLYN m
out acajou. Reprove rebuke SHEEN........ ..... surveyor D. S R. D. GRETHER, now open for Winter Travel. ,_ .4
tshort with all long raftering and doc Z. T. MERIiITT..SupI.: Pablie attraction .
tri_" la chapter Ut, 16, IT, he had aid GIGANTIC ANT HOTOD. JukMBTllIe, Florid :Beat of Aceommodations.:

that all frriptnre Is given by Inspiration I the houses and streets are heaped one COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.N. Table :Best the Market Affords.. _
of Cod and In profitable that the man of upon the other in the best of order and PITTS, Ch&irmaa..Late Worth
b. u. W. LAINHAKT :.., ...........Palm Beach CHOICE TEAS -J3atha in Coaaras etion.-
God may thoroughly furnished unto all the whole inclosed in a fine roof or W. J. SHOSK: .......-...... .Cocoannt trove PURE SPICES. }\ OUR
good wnrki and BOW he exhorts him to dome. Its streets are as busy as in E. it WHITE .... .. ....... .. .Lemon City j SPECIALTIES.Paper Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
ka that wurd faithfully, the word which Chicago or New' York; The workerslurry any w. s. TANCRE: _....__....__Hobe sound FRUIT EXTRACTS
he turf known from childhood (Hi, U). Com:illl!Onen meet in regular session on A.ldrPIt > .
along on urgent business, and tile Ant Wednesday in each month.COLN7YSCHOOL MRS. S. E. EAR MAN : '
butter
Paul teaohua to hold fait the faithful word paper bags dishess-twine ... .. .
here
(Tttu I. V); to hold forte the word of life and there a policeman or soldier, BOARD. and other Krocers' sundries.All I .

(Pill. U. U), and to rightly dhUo the armed to the teeth M it were, with ants' SUPERINTENDENT OF FCBUC INSTaCCTIOK, Coffees Roasted After Receipt ol Order. 1 4-97 WEST, PALM BEACH; FLA. .'* .
word of truth (II Tim. II. U). weapons, Bee that law and order are re Z. T. M kRR1TTLewoe City io-ji-97 Bi

1 "Forth. time will eon* when they epected. the center" is the chamber ol XEXBIU or SCHOOL BO1BD. ... "Iit
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Will not endure pound doctrine but after the president and his wife or the king J W. ON.llairDlID..CQ'OIDat: : grove ar -

their own lust ahall they heap to them- and queen. It is surrounded with no J.UWIDMLYKR W. COMSTOClt! _,..___.._..West_.._ PalmBwb.Jupiter ,
Hmteeebera, having Itching ear*." How end of officials and servants. Sometimes SEEDS. Baker & Holmes : *

feac we have already been In those tirnee these mounds reach an aze. FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. .. ,
I caeDot aay, but that we are In them noM enormous ::'.::
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The? one shown in the MKMSKR rxOH DADS comT. Fresh New Crop Reliable. *,
picture be
MB question. Loren of self lover must E. N.I'1MICK. Palm Beach-._..;....._.Senator ,
fit pleasure more than loren of God hat at least 40 feet high. These white ants &. B,POTTfcR W Palm Brach, RepresentativeState --{ WHOLESALE DEALERS IN .s

lag a form of godUneae. but denying the seem to .have a good digestion their ... Varieties best,adapted to Florida:

ptwt* thereof (cbapterllt. 1-4), are thing favorite articles of diet being glass Directory. Special Attention given to the Cotton Seed Meal and Fertilizers ;'

tea plainly awn. Some men who have the wood and stalks of grass but they seem East Coast Trade. ..
rub la church affairs do not hesitate to 10 have a special taste for cork. They *r ,

ask for pasKtn who will give them the have been known to reduce the woodAOTBAUAH EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.W. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.L. Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Feed, Grits and MeaL :" "J .
thought of the age rather than the word -

of Oud and there are pastors who are Its D. BLOXHAM..;...._.; ... ...Governor CAMERON.
bur ready to please the people than to JS.'. UCliAWFORD.... ..Secretary of State .
WM. H IU YSUL"S.. .:......Comptroller The Pioneer Secdsaaa of Florida. Building Materials.
fnach' the preaching which God bids JAMES B. WHITFIELD. ., .... ...Tre tmrer .
thank Fake prophet u la tbe olden time. WM.B.LAMAK............:.Attoruey GeneralW. 11-197' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
4 "And they ahall turn away their ears S. 8H: K!:ITS Supt Public InstructionL.B.WOMRWELL

from the truth and shall be turned untohUti" PATRICK HOUaTON..AllfutattGeneral Coo. Agriculture) Lime, Brick, Cement, and Plastering Hair.

Then became they receive not W. H. MILTON, Jll......... Surveyor-General ...ii
the lute of the truth that they might be Officea at Tallahassee Florida. J. B. Tough; on Flies." .,.
rod. Gad shall send them strong deluafcia -
U. S. SANA TORS.
that they should believe a lie that a s Guaranteed to Protect Horses and Cattle against Flies. 0.
they all night be judged who believed not PASCO. .. ................ ........MonticelloS. Massa&Bro.
R. MALLORT, ............ renaacola t "* ,
the truth, but had pleasure In nnrlghteooiII 9.1897 Office Main and Bay Sts., Jacksonille, Florida. .
(II 'l'MA. II, loll( ). It la rarely a [
wetful light to tee large congregation .h U. S.i. ONGREs.. JlAN. .

gather to listen to than who dtaard par t EOBT W. DAVIS '... ............ ....PalatkaS. .. .
stems of the word of God and call other : : M. SPAUKMAN ,. ......... ,...:... Tampa .
DI'tkm'1II1UiL E. WINCHKNBACH, Manager. F. M. BURST, Treasurer.

1 "But watch thou in all things, en- SUPREME WUttT JUDGES. Jacksonville, Fla. '

Ian tffitoUons, do the work of an evantJM M. MABRy.................. Chief JusticeF.
make full proof of thy ministry." B.CARTER '........... Associate Justice FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS.TIron :

There Wpattwn for a minister or evanE B. r. TAYLOK-.............. COMMSSIOH MERCHANT{ :
E lam but the Lord Jesus Hlmtelf. Be

wag filled with the Spirit, led by the S\ R. R. COMMISSIONERS.R. .
ftplrit, ipoke the word: which the Father
Will. Him and did always those thlngivkfcfc H. M. DAVIDSON, Ouincy, Fla....Cnairmaa Fruit and Vegetables. and Brass Castings.. t

clawed the Father (John ill 40; .- H. E. DAY-,-Gainesville I ... ... .
till M). When He suffered He said, J. M. BRYAN...._ ._ _..__KissimmeeJsHN --
BKAB AND BABY.
f General and Accurately; Done. '
. "I,.. ... '.the;" and He finished the work of a house to a shell that would L. NEE1.JtY JR. Clerk._ .... Arcadia. Consignments Solicited Repairing Promptly .
workvthkh the Father Him doG Headquarters and offices of the Board at Tallahassee. >,,'! '.
. gar to soon crumble into dust and all without 5.' Iron Building Columns, Sash Weights and Grate Ban a Specialty,Shafting, : .
(Math. x1. M; John xU 4). the least sign from the outside of the -..' Pulleys: Hangers and Boxes in Stock. Saw Mandrels of all Sizes Furnished. "
1 "For I be :
offered
am BOW ready to ;
Honest* and Fair
Oar
.., sad the time of my departure teat band. house. General Directory.. Dealing" Motto. .."..
I W i Loot Won this to bad laid "I am ready Among the many droll Animals ol Customers Sure to Get Their Money. SUGAR MILLS. -

I -ad to to bound only, but also to die for Australia is the native bear, or koala It ;:
CALENDAR Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside. .
COURT Established in Jacksonville
tee Mat of the Lord Jnoa" (Aeta ill lives almost entirely on the leaves oi .' ,
II). It IU desire that Christ (Seventh Circuit.) '
u constant trees and when it wants its breakfastit JACKSONVILLE FLORIDJL .
for Eleven Years. 10-21-97 .
...14 U naciilfitd ID bla body whether climbs up into the branches easily J .D. BBOOMk! .................'.Circuit Joagi- .- "'. .; .

N Use or death (PhIL I. 80). He knew&ir.aleo and carries its child on its back.A J. D. BEOUS .............. .State's Attorney Beat of Referencea Furniahed: ;:.
die would be gIn aDd to be with SPRING TERM. 10-21-97
CkrM wood ta Tery far better (Phil 1.II Oscflola County. 1st Monday in March. "
M). Dot DOW be aenucd lure that he Blighty Force. Orange M "
0. W. WEYBREGHT
ww MOSI going home He rpenks of It .. The greatest force known to science Volnsia Lake 4tb"W April.

fcUdattnurt.. The body would die, the Is that produced by the contraction and Bre ard 'th" fed (Spanish and ,

I, taUnarb l. taken down, hot he, Paul expansion of metals, resulting from the Dade lat Monday after ith Mon

Ik* uma .In the body, would depart to be action of heat and cold. day in April. i Dealer in Hardware, .,
wlu ('h1* and would be about from FALL TERM. cFancy
.. tat body and present with the Lord.I. Every person who has traveled by rail Osceola County 1st Monday in October. I Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter, Mixed Paints \, H
has( noticed continuous jolting and N N N
a .
Orange :M :
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1 ban fought a good fight; I have
fiafadwd. By course; I have kept the faith." throbbing of the railway carriage. This : Lake tth PineappleSlips Tin Copper and Sheet Iron .
U is the Debt i>f faith and the life of faith is caused by the wheels passing the in VoIuaU td NOT.tih .. Work

a4 the walk ..l faith (I Tim. ft, 18; Gal. terstices between adjoining rails. On Brerard M to and SuckersFor
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H. W; CoL U, 6)). It U teller Ing God all account of its expanding property no lat Monday in November.after tbe 4th Monday Dealer in Pumps, Pipe Fittings, and General Plumbing Supplies, Tin Ware Agate

F la* .ay through and aU that Ha baa ald.A. line would be safe without small spaces Rate of the Following Varieties, via Ware and House Furnishings of Every Kind.

Pad pat It tUwwhne "BUIetlng all I left at these points. O.S.LANDOFHCE.J.M. Abbaka, Porto Rico,

things that art written In the. law and Intbrrou"Acttxilv. Originally the rails used to be riveted BAECO ........................Begi ter Smooth Cayenne,
It) 111. not a AGENT FOR THE AERMOTOR CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PLANTS
bilk' that MB ever be made to emit the closely together. The result was thai N. D.WAINWRIGHTBecei 'ei Egyptian Queen,
when the brake was applied on a train Offices at Gainesville. Florida.GOVT Golden
Out
Ai Dr. Weston aja"If Christ Ripley Queen, Queen,
tatsrbt aa many teach today, He would going at a great pace the heat generatedby White
DEPI.
SIGNAL SERVICE Antigue Estimates foi Work and Material. One or both promptly
the wheels caused
the friction of an
oriel haw bra crucified for I" We
allowance J. W.CBONK...................... ...Observer Pernambuco, Furr.ish.5d.
mat aaraeatly contend for the faith that expansion of the rails, for which no 1-31-tf., ,
, .a.ease r<* all delivered to the saints, was made. The great expansive Observatory at Jupiter Inlet.GOTT Enville. .
u4 Rn ember that Paul laid, "If any force therefore twisted the rails out of Early delivery can be made, part of the WEST :PALM: : BBAOH. FLOB/IDA.
fruit from thla Plantation been .
LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE baring picked ,
bb ,tm aa angel from heaven, preach '
I the straight line and the next train last month. Apply to
aay oUr fucptl.'" him be accuwed1J : derailed. LUbt House at Jupiter InleU ., .
( "4 III; Call, g. II). that came along was JAMES A. ARMOUR ....... .. KeeperJ. C.C. MATTHAMS '
This great power is used in the con .A.. WELLS......... ........... let AftHistanl "
t MllcBc fonh there .U laid for "
MwaW ricbtewMiMM which up the Lord me a, Btruction of ironclads, iron bridges and .r.A..1>.NE.. ....... .. ..... Id Aasietani Florida Pineapple Company, Florida East Coast Ry.

of the kind. When it is requiredto .
IN rltLteoui judge hall give me at thaI things 5.21.97 West Palm Beach Fla.
i tiy, and sotto DM only, but unto all them rivet two plates together with the DISTRICT SCHOOLS. Tim. T kU .... 9-U.rNeu4 t. Ja.. 8, 1897. .
laatUt km ilia ap)>earing." Crowns, greatest possible firmness, the steel bolt ..- .

.4 1 MI Mdmtand It, are rewards for service are fixed when redhot and screwed up LEMON CITY.R. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up).
la to gitro to tboM who earn them, that all the devices known to E.McDONALD.PrlD lpai
tioiUfUUa
as tightly as w.2. ___] .L STATIONS J.O ?
tary bay haw somewhat to cart. BUU when the MISS M. A. McDONALU.._.__.Agvliitant ... .. .. :
but ...
mechanics will permit, ........... tOSp LT ackaonnLe..4i. brim .
IIq that day (Rer. Ir, 10). They are tremendous E.L WHITE. .SupervborPOTSDAM. .. ID 616 .. .Ar..SL AuFasiine. ..LvS 26 ...... .,
110I glue to us when we die but only a' bolt cools it contracts, and a ,.,.i.. iOKaLlUfe ....... Auguattne..Ar. 'S3up ........, ."
f. tit arftkrtni of our Lord at the resume tightening is brought about, such al L P. K1DVER. ..._.__._ ttuctor. .;.... Llffialisoa .." ....... Hutino ...- 2Ar 446p456p .... .. ..w ) ,

Jk r of tU Jut sU, 14; I Pet. v, 4; could never have resulted from any L R. FRAZIER a. ....Supervisor ...... .. .. ..........Pala-ka...........Lv.LT r.. .
4 i L,. nit It). lute often referred to the other known> method.In NEPTUNE. .11 OOa14Sp .. LT.. ... & .. .. ...,

, i <**> tour to to _Wen to the faithful for making modern cannon the same MISS IRENE RICKARDS Instructor .. ... 806* .: ............8.n Sikn W Ma teo ee............err..Lv... 6 Slop .... .. .... ',
dOf [ law distinct kinds of service but this one principle is applied. They are not cast ._...?.._..__.__.__.._.Supervisor .. > S8p Ly..On&ond..........Ar. r M. ...
bfc .. .. .. .. ....
.Give
thaw who In all their service carry constructed of JUPITERMRS. Dartona. u. :
in one piece but are sep- ... .. !lSp. .. ... :..PartOraeaa.. .. r .. ...
*Ha them a certain: attitude of soul-viz, arate pieces of metal made to fit one on W. A. U HOBBS._.__.Instructor .. 1 lip .. .. .....Kew Smrroa... .. 210p .
Mine HU ap| aring. When He coma to redhot. The J, A. ARMOUR .. .. ..............SUperVisor I13p ......... Oak Hlli. .. .::::::-
the air fur Ilia p t4e.I flriuly btIlle\ tha the other when tightening JCSO. 55.... !62a.. .. .... Titui-rtlle...'....., 12 .. .. .. ....
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resulting from the-aoling process helps tap .Cltr Point... L ..
y saint nil) meet Him buS many mal ANNIE E. G. YETCALF..IDstructor :::. t .. ...........Cocoa ........ Ullp1207D .. ...,
.Ie. stLamd and many rcodta DO crowns much tow aid building up the stupendous A. E-UtYaER! .. .. ...Supervisor! !n1 .:.... 8S8o .. .._.....Rock,edee........ ...... .
... U .11I8 tt.au "or. Ill, 14. IS). resisting power. MANGONIA.MISS ...... ..... ...... ..... .........EauGaifie......... .. 11 H5& ............. ...... ...... .
- II also fixed ...... ..... ...... ..... .?. Sarno.......... !! 8a: ...... .....
wheels
A' iny first answer no man stow The tires of cart are ROSA FJRREY.._____. UatroetorGLOUGKS. me .... ..... ..:... ......1. ......_.M ........... u 11 ..... .....' .
*ha tut, bat all furwok me." To stand when redhot and they remain on sa : ROWLKY! Supervisor -..:. 'I...... ...... .... ..._....R..seIDd.: _....... 10 tie. ......
aIuee for the right Is Intimate fellowship if do come off it WEST PALM BEACH.L -.... :..... ..:... .... .. Sebastian......... 10 ......I.
ever
.lt| Lord firmly that they ...... ..... ...... ...... ..8t.L-loie.......... U G......
our
who said to the eleven, can only be from some defect in the F HIXDI'Y.......____. _. Principal _.... :::.... .::... (OOa ....... Fort Pierce........ Vb ...... a IOg .
tor.shall to soattend and shall leave mfta I.t'LUXGE"U.E.-..___...._._ AssUstant ...... p ..... ...... 601 .......... Edna........... lib....... 144y
*. aDd m 1 am not atone for the Fa wood. B.INUEKSOLL!: ....... .... Supervisor ..... <40p ...... ..:.: 62oa ............Jea> D. ......... 857a849a ...... ...... .:.... .q r
...... 6 ..:. ...... 840aTlla ..::........Stuart.......... J .....C
i David A DOE That Plays FootbalLA COLORED. Sun ..... imp .._. .. Of ...... Alicia ....' 8 Si;;* ...... ...... ...." late i
amusing scene was witnessed J. E. JONES __" _......Instructor ...... 7 .. .......Hobe Sound.:.... 813&....... ...... ... .. I'",
i urord against him and talked I.... to recently in Dublin where a number .,.... .........,IUv1'ra 733a. ..... ...... ......l1l1 e.
I kIDg.i the time In like painful I playing football witha LANTANA. ...... SlOp ...... ..... 11 COlI Az....We Palm Beach....LISSp 724a :..... ...... ......10 toe
, Wrumitanees with tbnusvlvM hot It .UUbiU small boys were MRS. GEO LYMAN .___ .........Instructor ...... .............. .... .Un-oa. .... .. 847553a ...... ...... .... 114.
'rtUeII that enoounaod bliuself In large bladder under their own special A. W. UARNBTT. ._ ... .. SupenldUrLl.lOTT' ...... .SSP...... ..... 2 E6p ......Fort Landerdale..... ...... ....:. ...... TIB1I
It. Lcd ate Gad rules. A Chance to do YourJob..1 ......101)p.. ...... ...... 40.p" ........Lemon City..... 5O* .... ................ I s
IT. (I &DI. xix 6). KEY. ...... loaop ...... ..... 43UpAr............Miami.....:. ..LT. a ...... ...... ...... Ilia
"Kotwlikitandlng the Lord stood One of the teams, presumably being J UI ES C. HARRIS.__.______.Instructor.
TOi. be and strengthened me that by me disappointed in the turn up of a "man" L H. THOMPSON._. ._._....Supervisor. A. A W.BRANCH. Trains S2.SIi, B7 and 78, between Jack>
the Jftactlnc Dlfht be fully known, and substituting in his BELLE FLORA. O STATIONS. :* 7sonville I and St. Anjnstlne dally.
.T filled the vacancy by I No.: Train 308, between Miami and hit
ttsat all the lentik* hear and I was stead bauddome collie dog. L. F. KIDNERR. .___.....___._ ..instructor.Supervisor.. Up ro.l'LT.. .New Smyrna....Ar. llap, i 2.'P Pierce dally,excel' Son:jay.
.*>..* .... of tbe mouth of the 1km." a with extraor- R. FRAZIER_.___.. -.... alp N..::. Lau BeleL..LI'. U30pTha 4 Sop Train 3& between Fort Pierce aaa
a. bats rid 1 will The dog played his game a H-pI41s2a Lv..Orange qty..Lv.1219p,8 33p Miami daily,except Monday. .
leave tree
never nor the ball BISCAYNE. 11 U t11At..Orange 13 8 Trains of St.
ionake ordinary intelligence, stopping aty..Lv 15p Sp 8S and 78 sonth Anu
a..a t1tt. eo that we may boldly say the when it was going against E. LEE. ....__ -. Instructor tine daily, except Sunday. -
gg Ie mS WpIIt (Herb ziU. 6. 0). UapP1 with his head FiPAOEVlLSO.V._._____ Supervisor
art tho.wb. eat ay bolD the heart, "Be- his team and on every occasion upon CUTLER. Stcanur"BISCAYNE"
and.Hod Ialll1altal1oD; will trust,and .which he got possession of it he ran
-lie all ADDIE LEE DAMON ,.. .. .. .Instructor
afhW mouth and despite
to ,
the Lord Jehovah Is in his
it
my with WU. tCZZABU...___.._ Supervisor S .
"4th aad *' ion (lm- ill I). I opposition of his opponents, carried it .
nIL "An4 the Lord shall deliver me fromt5 triumphantly through the goal The MIAML::: FLan
nU 'YERRITT. ... ___ la appolated to Perform Service.follows:
? work and wiU preserve me unto about 25 minutes in the wi F. Principal
Ie game lasted 4MY M. N A NN._ ___ ___..A lil r.Dt
Msfealy kingdom HUM 30
whom be glory and ended 10: p.m. Wednesdays an 1 Saturdays connecting with Train IL
f of large gathering T. X. G.\UTIER-Snpenillor
a
.. +"- tBd" Amen." Yet In the presence
4ot cae ttta sod Phil 1. *. and II TIm. I, with much excitement in the dog's. team COLOKID. 1 Lean KR1TEST t A)a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays >-

.Ito ib aad HBJII,, strong assurances, there winning by ten goals to nil MRS. S. LUCK-ON._ __.lostrnUorSupervisor or Connecting at Yams with Train T8. foUowiaf morainf.
III receive A. C. LIGHTBOCRXE.- ....
teal to money -
Pba laid leer As there was no gate '
that Paul feared J.",bJ..w lTII. J.D.BAR."iEB, r
ibte .1l hi a+laht be Ioit. ru1ah the and as the teams depended on th.e generosity J"EESVILLE.RVS4Y8ASDERS.onlnstrDdor. __ T+ed+.--r.\v J. As(...',.u.I.a.PMsaanr. : .lr"T. =>*.- r
;Itt that aay true ahud. of.. Cod, can. of their: patrons the laljfe* vohuvtanly \ i / ., Tla.
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TailoringCoPopular Witty Sayings. Int Mp.M.d With alluy more,than any material DOW known I Colien n Brothers' -
instead of n
Business Bargains.' Can be used in front teeth

; WEST PALM Price Taftoi gold at cneap rate. This brings fillingfront
BEACH FLORIDA. within reach of every one
teeth
Yes, we saw her; Phillis is a beauty. _. :

She is still in Idner & Son's beautiful jGreaI; fashions change.remarkcd .

rindow. the'haoge.-How fluent barber TIme wat when Goods House
GUY $METCALF It A Dry
hairdresser wu also a blood-letter Popular
EDITOR Suits to order, $16 aid $20. Coroner-I attended a card party the other thc But rcplcd the.ceupln& of thO'chair of tor.tur. J
AND MANAGER. The he d four a"CI I
night man on my right ... ahc raised his band to check the erilDIOO .
a nd a king the man on my 'eft held four kings fashion hal greatly Florida.
t ide. I YEARLY T[rouses to order, $4 arid $5, and Undertaker an aue. -What did you bold c hsnged.-l; TnnscripU ,

SUBSCRIPTION $2 Coriiner held the inquest.Kx.. will t':
All new ladies goods
our Goods Hoi
Tie Leading Dry
Fine Hats at Anthony & Miller's."So beat the Boston Store next week.
Samples and Measuring Blanks S.

sent by maiL you refused him?" Lo. the Poor Indlan-Wcll. laid the Congrea-
"Yes: I told him it WM better to make a loan from OwsitalU!. I guCSI the 1.dIaD probeICIII in the State1
great many'men happy by b.'ing engaged to has been solved at last We'll soon be rid
hem than to make one mwerable by marrying of the red men now. .
iim.H London Fun Almanac. How so?a,ked one of his con.ItuenTheyvC .
17 East Bay Street: Finest Butter and Cheese, : in town at taken up football-ClevcUnd l* der.: The Largest stock. The Newest Styles:

Clematis Avenue Supply Store. No need to send away from home for aTthe Lowest Prices.To .
10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE FLA.MASGO.MA boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can I

AMONG OUR O UROHES.I. : Willie-Why, "bat's the. .mattah.. old chap. '? any build you one as fine or as cheap as yon I all whom request we will send samples free of charge. -

.' i .. Fall inoilr off your-\&bike w. ?awaked Miss Klondike for want. See him, and place your order. WE PREPAY Express Charges on all

Time and Place .of Services, SpecialNotices I her hand lawst evening, and she referred me utterly-Indifferent- -Too- mean- to tell we that orders to the amount of |5.co or over,
t ohprfs-her.-L-
MUTTERl.NGS.Rev. the order.
Week-Day and iun- you don t think football ought to UesUIPre! *??' when money accompanies
i Dry Goods, Hats, Lamps, Hardwareand just look bow many get maimed S and killed inlbuS't
day Meetings. Mail Order Departmen
... W. J. Cady was up calling on Boat Goods are being closed out at maim tn.I kilUnybSdy except football The Best Equipped

friends at the Point MonJay. less than cost by Gale & Co.. at Man playen.-l odDliattl Enuujrer-! writl! for Sa1l1Dlca aDd fr} it. four MouSy Back If Goods Ale Not MWiSffJI
Episcopal s.vvi..*. gonia.
The launch Pinta took a big crowd' Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when #
Obviating the Trouble"These shoes
you want Fancy Groceries.
S. EPISCOPAL CBVk'B-BdbcJda.by.the-Sea. down to town to attend preaching last sold me last week squeak HO that thy keep me you COHENSR THERSI

S .. REV.J. N. MCLFOID. Rector. Sunday night-good for the Pinta. awake nights acid the customer entering Friend-But if there's no hope of InlDg!him
theshoeMre.
Zsv.t. FlTZ-Jiues HINDRY the. operation'
.ti t Mln oter. "My dear sir." replied the sh" dealer reassuringly what are you going to perform
Service every Sunday morning at II o'clock. The U. S. steamboat\ inspectors were "yiiu shouldn't sleep in. them.- fort Ufe. I
Doctor-$100-Brooklyn
to A launch will run re nlarly in connection teav. around last week taking in the steam'' hunkers Statesman.A POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUS
West
| Palm Beach city dock at logo. Fare ers Lake Worth and new assortment of Agate-Ware at 1 Have you seen the latest novelties atSIRKL'l'S
for the round trip 10 cents. Gladys Nighthawk
O. W. BAZAAR.
Weybrecht's, cheap.
in their tour. Jacksonville Florida.
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10-28-97
BlOTHKBHOOD O. ST. A! DBEW. Taking Things Eas,. Reporter-Any Inin A Marvelous C-re-Mre. Goodsnm-My.wbal ,
MteU
the aODt Second. and Fourth Wednesday- of each On The Schooner "Mary- -B." came in Football.ed in ihe Captalu practice.-game No; the today boys .went real wonderful I cures they are making down at tbehospital ....."'............... ................. ;

I_ r. NINDRY.Director. From the north Saturday with a full loar eaay to-day. 'hey lire saving themselves up Mr. Goodsum-What have they done .
W. F. state-that a blind --
4lrs.Goodsum-Th.
AMCSTKOKC. JJL, Secretary. for the championship game to-morrow. Robinson paper -
of freight, some of which was for down got his nose broken. Smith loot an ear man was removed to thai institution last evening so-called citizens.
P. I. T. C. ur good
.. the Lake Dottfcon got a few teeth kicked out. Jacock dis- an l. after remaining there an hour or so, > 1
points. located his jaw and broke a few fingrr; but began to,;ee snakes.-Puck. ss -
|l. B. Church South.amice That a bad road often leads to t
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nobody what could caU
got hurt-
really
S
you
of the "Pelican
A'lie' Merchant's houseboat is. off ol f Judge. Newest holiday patterns io ladies' The first club race plantation.

every t1nlt aol Third Sunday of the and at the school dress goods, skirts etc., arriving dailyat Island yacht Club for the seasou of 1898 -
each month,at 11 p. m. Sar.day H.'hnol at ways np house Buy your Holiday Goods of us; our '. That you can't raise a good oq ;
10 a. IlL every Sunday, In the* lbllc Srhoo dock having an addition built on it I to Prices will make a Merry Christmas :or the Boston Store. was sailed last Saturday.
seed.
ullding.- Everybody cortllIllylnYited.' the rear of the hoUse covering the whole you Idner & Son, Seminole Block. Stock-Dealing---Client-You say that when 1 1 The course was from Maddock and poor II

BB?. W. A. LOVPEK.I.tor, stern of the boat. Thelausecf theOmisDinn-See here Lucy buy on a margin. and the slock depreciates I Matham's docs north to and around a That sunshine and dew doges
But in it
am to put np more margin. case goes
said the teacher to one>i her bright scholars, up, what happens in that case? buoy off of G. C. Matham's dock then out bragging about it. I
County Supt. Z.: T. Merritt visited our you have written the word oyster without an r. Uro..er-That'l a matter that needn't trouble
Hv Bln3! fit** liodge. Ho. 4G. Ohl ves exclaimed the scholar reaching: for, You It won t happen.-Bcxiton Transcript. a dead beat to windward to a buoy off of That kissing U unhealthy if J
school Wednesday, and was well satisfied alc to make the correction; I must hive
Knights of PythUa, beta thinking ibis wa one. of tbo6e. m"DI.ba Wnu Lanehart's, then to a buoy half a man catches you at it. 4
with Boat building done right at home, in
everything the attendance
Meet except when there is no r in oysters.-Voukers States this the
eveiy Friday mile to the west and around to'
Ume. Visiting 1m then Nlghht8:30p.lD.ltandlird which he thinks should be larger man. _ _ the most approved manner good work- That after man came woman t
cordially invited. and manship and at living prices. Call on starting point, making a distance of has been after him ever since.
Castle Hall over Public School Building more regular. Xmas Clothing at Anthony & Miller's.: Capt. A. T. Rose.Emflloycrl about seven miles. _

W.U WlOTCIVEE K. 0(M.B.Canucc R & S. Mrs. Ceo. S. Adams'and little Ruth, Dissimilar Cases. dismissed my last watchman on The wind was blowing about twelve That some men want the w .
"97Ii That clothes don't make the man. we know account of his intemperate habits. Now. are get it as soon as they are dea4.--I
were visiting at Geo. M. Sears last \t"e're heard IIf it Jnv after dav: .vou sober? miles an hour from SSE. -. .. ., ..
Thursday, but George himself came tip But they make the star in the burlesque show 'AppIiC nt-Ye" sir; very often -itceup.Fine The following is the result of the race : mat It ooesn pay to DC too BC: $
L ,_. JUNO JINGLES. : And a little will go a long way. impudent.
after them Friday and all the family returned : i -Washington Star Handkerchiefs and Stamped : CATS ENTEBED : J

Some few deer home that evening Frank Cort Big stock of fine apples at 'Clematis Goods at Mrs. L. Moffatt's. New Siren Sidney Maddork; Drucle, X C. dow; That the winter tourist are Uj

are still running right taking them down.P. Avenue Supply Store.A Hats every week. Martha F. It'tJarner.. a supply of new fish stories tokf r
through the hammock
ant ducks are Start. Finish. Corrected
quite numerous Lennon reports havfug.eut his usual Strong Pointer.-There are no snakes in Won't Help Him Any.-Postmaster General S time. them. 11
the
on: Lake.C. Hawaii. This shown that the Hawaiian ar a Gary says penny postage coming However
acreage of tomatoes but owing to temperance people.-S.ill Lake Herat that will not help the man who ..'rget.! to malt Siren.__2.27-00 8.4 '-50 1.2047 That a great many people bl s
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A. Drucie it 26-i O 8534)9 1 26-19
and his wife's IcUcr.-Clcvelaod Leader.
Wpodmff M.P.Cainhae the damp weatherthe.. cut worms are Martha._..2.26-80 8.54-49 1.21-54 climate instead of their ova irBI

set trees out quite a large number of orange giving him some trouble.. OjLher. than &Shoes Co., Mangonia.almost at your own price-.Gale Good new Tinware; cheapest in town BBABPIEB: habits. .a
and other I .
ornamental shrubbery. this the plants are doing fine and prospects l'uz21r&-"lt.. I at O. W. Weybrecht's. Arlel, O. W. Potter; Narene H H.Richard.son That the more you keep yot
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_' All Little the little things that Gadabout ( J. D. Clow. .
; the crops in this section are in a.. are favorable for a good crop. puzzle one. Mr. Soak." No New Discovery.-First Assistant Postmaster ; sloop) 1 shut. the less crow you will bUtt
nourishing condition. I -That's w. Now. I.Mt night for instance, I General Heath says that women have Start. Finish. I I
Some nice pines Louis had Jo trouble in finding the house I lived in. proven to be a success in the postal service I That all matches are made 2 Ia 1:
Spencer the oldest ..
child of M. Ariel ._
are still coming down the canal but blame me If I could find the keyhole."- Since the dajB 01 Adam woman aiwsysbasbeen 'J.9-20 withdrew..

settlers along the Ridge. from the E. Spencer ate some paint last week'; Banana. J.i.e. Heath uretty ban successful made no in new u.mdlinn discovery.the -male Ohio State Mr. Gadabout._._. 2.20-20 2.151-55. 3.55-30 j r except those made at the lea ds

and for a while was dangerously sick Sheet Metal of all kinds and sheet metal Journal. That the Turkish bath is onr/1

Court week is over and everything 5 is from the resultant lead poisoning but work at 0. W. Weybrecht's. For Fresh Florida Pork and Venison The weather was fine for racing wind scheme. of the Turks to kill CJsi

I I again quiet and serene. Tile visitors aU at latest reports be was getting better -Tireless Tank---Tell de borg dat I passeiaway go to Ciin's Home Market next door and course excellent Owing to the ill- I That the mill wheel never

expressed themselves quite delighted his recovery being .only a matter 'o f sub Ime happy an'del de way uv me death wux t east of Lauther's HalL ness of O. P. Bingham, the entries of the water that has passed. tmj
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with '
the time. "Idler "Nautilus" and $
general appearance of our little Wayside Wallows-I'll do it, p"ird, but bow The General Not Annoyed.-When a certain "Charger"were I.
town and the attention and ails yer hurt? general was camping on the 1> wer Mississippi withdrawn. That what is worth doing s S _
tkw accommoda R. C. Enos took 11reless Tank-Run over by a loaded brewery Bis negro boy. Harry, was one day asked by a Just worth doing well \
they received. A large nnmbe a run up to Titusville wagou Judge.' friend whether the general was not terribly annoyed after passing around the first buoy ;

aailedbemselves.. of the elegant lunches: on business last week' and being gone' WHO n __ TO__ _CTt."U'irvr" '' ') .w. _R by"'.raosfjuUops._.' ..... 'M.u ......'_" "_"_"_'wu;_, u_anl-__. the "Martha" had the misfortune to pull That some things are done we;
lUlU-- reJtUlar meats prepared by several three days instead of one, as he expected THE ONLY TAILOR. George U so 'tozicated. : be don't mind the out the throat block, causing a loss of ever that are not worth douf K Jl

of the cottagers here. without telling any one that he was -Gains in-Spissitude.- ----Actor skeeters'toxicated aDd they iu don't th mornin'mind Mars'the skeeten George.-Is San so two minutes making repairs, after which That yon should be sure yottl
-Now the
.. Sunday School- going caused some of his friends a lit- thhUns. plo Francisco Argonaut. she proceeded on her course. TheIINarene" and then-don't bet on it. 11}

weeks ago by the election was organized of two tie anxiety by his prolonged absence. been V. ice pretty Fr"m thin the so Audience-That'far.-London Tit-good Bite.; it"ha Ladies' and men's shoes now arriving. also met with a mishap; after That it's hard telling whka cl

, t ley as superintendent H. C. Bai Just about as they were going to getup More coming every day at the Boston sailing once around the course her turnbuckle turn out the worst-those thai ali

and Mrs. Joseph a search party to find, at least his Holidays are nearirig-Our Greeting Store. !! on the head and
stay snapped too much
Jenkins as secretary. An is a Splendid Stock of, Christmas Goodsat or those that are sot] .
interesting remains if possible, he returned home WANTED Second-hand Typewriter her mast cracked it
Lowest making
session was held last Prices. Idner & Son. i. necessary enough. ij i
ecHbol Sunday in the alive and well and was _astonished to -- in good working condition.Must be for her to lower her foresail and
house with a fair attendance, and find he bad friends An Inhospitable Man.-Smithrs is positively cheap. Address "]. H." care TROPICAI pull out That the more bilious a fir f-
so many that of the thus the
were the race
it is boated still most inhoftpii ible man I ever r W."' SUN office, West Palm Beach. sharpie race was
more will more pensive she looks. 4
I make their interested in his welfare. Yes; I never kncw him even to entertain an between the "Ariel"
idea. Cincinnati and the
appearance soon. A regular church Commercial Tribune. Rlghteon Indignation.-Mr Jones I won "Gadabout i That when a woman goes to I&
service is der what it is that makes but after finishing two <
being! arranged for, to be held -The band met for practice last Satur. Make an Xmas present of a nice pair Mr. Jones (savagelYI-Wily baby,!so.'wakeful hereditary, of rounds of the nail she will take a flat-iron IsiS
as soon as'a day night at W. f shoes at & course Thin is what course the "Ariel" withdrew -
preacher can be secured H. Sanders, and Mes- Anthony Miller's.ilim cornea< f your sitting DP hammer
dime here. to srs. Ceo. Lyman. Chas. Earnest. H. nights waiting for melPuck.WANTEDA giving the race to the"Gadabout," every time. \
I -... I.s. Tope-I t'iuk it's weiry wrong fer a man who by this time had That should tell
<. Sanders Milton Dick Wm. F. Armstrong tqr SI'llli> ker BARBER'CHAIR: a long lead. you never J

.! Botany as a Plastic Art. I Jr., F. A. Rowley and leader W. a brohibUbunist Beery Bummer?-Wot? Are yet gettin' ter be i "Pride of the West" preferred. Address Had it not been for the accident to the friend anything that you woai&to

J I: H. Sanders, all took part in the toot and tim Tope Naw: simply finks otter be Wilson Weatherford West Palm Beach, "Martha" she would have won the cat see in big.sized type ia TH*S"
lowest
t' Written 'or THB TROPICAL SLTN.i .] ;4 also in the hereafter which Mrs. W. H gijr' away.-Julge. stating price. 12 2 tf race from the swift "Siren" one of the That, if you could iatrodsft:

II il i In former //Indian River Oranges at Clematis He Holds Fast-He Don't recent admissions to the P. L fault-finder
a think Y.
I article we affirmed that Sanders furnished for the occasion and Vf'nup Snnnlv tn.... oldpm is olle of thc Ilre.th."t. r.al'k you_.I......_. _that__ .t._. ,_ '- _. C. fleet to himself, there *a
&uic uay me pineapple would be reared in getting away with which they were 7;lim ; & saw She in-It'H a *ame? -- - J'n UJiU Iii looltea upon as a teaser in com no fault finding. j

under glass. Since then we have learned assisted by Mrs. Geo. Lyman Miss Alice In the papers from Roy-Mv bein'sister's cured.got her picture e.caping his wonderful.arms when he There gets* them no chance around of ing events. 1|I That in damp climates they asbrtlldi

that pines Belle Miss 5 Second Small -Huh! you once.-Detroit Free Press. The next race will probably off
thuajeared fruit all the year Armstrong, LulaAngevine Boy That aiut nothin'. come mostly. |
round the fruit all averaging eigh and Geo. B. Brown, all of whom also My sisters Ci'ictuoati picture bnijuirer I* in a, corset advertisement WANTED TO BUY-An improved on Saturday, Dec. i8th.a That
t : yon are only on this pla
pounds,..and, many weighing twent* tookpart in. adding to the enjoyment place of five to twenty-five acres front .. live
so while
fi y e. of the meeting. ; Clothing less than cost at Ceo, A. trig on Lake Worth or Indian River. yon can. |
When L ... Gale & Co's Mangonia. Give full description and lowest price. THEY SAY- That between and
the glass is lifted I Juneau Ju.,
to give Address
them P.
air, the air is freighted all ;:: liet'ln.eAlonJr.-'Ialld-lJo.- to Mr. BIunh- St. Louis Mo.WANTED Moore. 221 South Fourth St., '" Sam has quite variegated c&ssj
about ,
with A Fair Report.t man a Uing alonxt Unit he ropolllCd yet? That the more fertilizer, the .
bigger now.
the
the
delicious fragrance emitted iith-No. but he in improving. The first J
by the
night be called be l'eU the TO pineapple.That .
album in big hand CONTRACT for
ripening fru t. Thomas G. Speed is a colored man I all the evenlnr;the second night he had niv i cords 4 ft. wood, both 500 or 1,000 That Davy Jones' Locker is *

Botany as a plastic art opens up an infinite well known to most of the older resi- on pug hlUp dog In for b'8 an a'hour.ms; last I night have he hopes.held-Willie Lon. split green pine, price f lightwood i.oo and |and i 50 better the the fruit.bettter the fertilizer, the That Satan is the original, &*

area for useful and helpful discov. dents and to many of the new. He has don Th.BIts.Decorated. per cord, f o. b. cars within 40 miles of boss multi-millionaire. 1

! tries in every branch of agriculture.. lived here for quite a number of yean, Crockery at Bargain Prices Worth West Ice Palm Works Beach., West Address-Lake Palm That a laugh is more musical than a That yon should never solj

The latest achievement in which man during which time he has had charge of at O. W. Weyhrecht's. Florida. Beach
has -. .-. .-- tf.I cry.That away for what yon can get &tk
striven to outdo nature is the discovery -i the gardens and pineapple plantations of every car must ride
on its
He Was Found own *
-Policemen WANTED That
ran somei ime TO the and te
ol I PURCHASE biggest
new cereals. produced by cross several of our property owners at differ be found when they are wanted in 'h'<:alto PROPERTY. FLORIDA wheels.

fertilization. On the Earl of :Win- ent times and at present he is foremanof op.Thus a'id found robbed one him I he of other everything evening on. his held him winter homes-,Persons send full owning description farms and or That there is all the difference in known is the humbug j
person
Chelsea's farm the feat has been successfully the Lake Worth Fruit Company at but but he is clohing.-They would have tak-n that price to J. V. Bond, Box 181, Dayton world between the the That the baby epidemic stf g
was so big that it would have flue north and
I Ohio. south but
accomplished by a Mr. Gorton Mangonia.A of them.-Pe 'ria Herald none poles. is causing no alarm. |

a.-scientist... -who has, spent years on his few years ago. knowing that there I nt... .I .. P I.:_ 1.___ __._ .u_, .. -What'll Thanksgiving. _a.,,_at._Kl..ndlke.Tilkoot_ _. Charlie Th". _.. __.__u That von ran't cnnnnrt afl tf*
KU-IDlposm ru n..u.v, U4V"JWU -->1 H1C .r .v .n aj ..m.BBS vine dinner ---- 6VY" UICIiIi is not "
tdt I to be ift'tfa ,
: was money made in raising pineapples things out for holidays; Oh 1 such !,,' Jack te"eonly got. thoQsal'ddoJiar.. wife of a necessarily the wife on a before-the-war salary,
Out of an- Juneau governor.
a total of no.ooo flourishing and having saved a little tiful enamel Jack- 'e ca..t git no turkey fer that,
up goods .bucklesfcel's, pi but I'll t U :yer what That
us we'll do I'll some girls jw
plants only ope per cent are utilized cash himself, he in vested it in a piece of. &c ; there is the"DeW DeSota coo; the store an* git a dozen go down' kiS That the sails never fill with the wind other marry I
girls
It ii"d..im. d that ri-:h rewards await land on the ridge, a short distance south aru.s; no one has 'em but Miter & Son. im.gmttheresu-j.-ew York EveningjJurnafSend ; that has passed. II they can;

the explorer ind appropriator of these of town and at once cleared some of it I 'R-1 tuH frushinff inl-Oh. daddieS I ..., .I"M .. --for- Butterick- Pattern Shi-.._" 'n : That about the nnlir, sw.... M_ __ .. That u some_ other girl,marry i
named richest and set it out in pineapples.Last 1 at sberlT dc!rot ltal ers yo'arc dun I stoehis near :l1i turLey tab-rit: snl tr-7It! airs,a.Fla.LUMBER t..*. Macdonald Agent,-Jacksonville --- .v- have ever done is-time.-- -'-o ""Ul men iney will never get anotner CB"$,!

In the realm com;,,* lieah wif dey's That the of the uansgrs J
of therapeutics there year he had a small and np a sear-h warrant. That way
areas crop _
.. many a
D .ddi Doan' man
i < git scared b treats his
." many: remedial p'ants to find and I this year from one and one-half acres he Xit'nn> warrant >to seuch' our y.Itommic Dry ain't,._ writer better than he does his type be hard, but an honest maa'l b&

mold as there are for food fibre andperfume. picked and shipped 12$ crates which Judge. ON__ oftener. wife-and That the more we ship i., J p 4

netted him 18600. Everything for man. wqman and That to what we ship out, the lest B*|

In this last department Florida is preeminently His expense for work fertilizer, child at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. not thick some men will drink anything will have. M

rich. For every blow human Crates, nails wrapping paper, etc., was 1500 Heintz's Seet Pickles at Clem- enough to bite. That there
That are no freeS
ity 'receives from any peculiarity of 19s.00leang'him $ i.poas clear profit, atis Avenue Supply Store. bad good children die young but up on the Klondike. i!

climate or environment, she can furnish or at a rate of over $60.00 an acre. ones not till their time comes.
Closing out Crockery regardless of SHINGLES That salt saU! &
and
two balms to soothe and allay. He sold some pines in town and used a cest-Gale& Co., Mangonia. i Thai: every step you take brings a pepper .
-
The virtues of and few himself which that much you a seasonable one. '
orange lemon are I are not included, nearer your grave.
Aunt and
beyond praise. neither has he included said the tncles.-'Allthatajle you." That That listening to an ontsfdcr'J.broo'ght
I any slips, of plain-spoken man, SH Intlneea. *Go some people will
The passion vine that grows wild fur- which be had over ocoo Theseje'refused -' .. to and the be an wlse.t.thou'" sluggard. Consider, her wars LATH, ETC. big a hailstone it takes to tell you how trouble to the first III*4

nishes an antidote for delirium tremens. li w a thousand for. and kept and ...".._1.guess_._.I_11_ _have_ __tn L," gghc| ._ T..nnz Ardnni w... ........ _1.._ That..I.a... ___to. split a shingle. wife. 5'
t insomnia, all forms of nervous, trouble, set out himself. Their value of$;35.00, / -tug ye left((tine that 10 I"can'J uuuie get a HI fatthlag'l-o"01 OHPOmem, Both. P 'S Wlue YOII Lowest Prices, always--- '" i""iy oi me mutton is not That going to the end of t

.. epilepsy. St. Vitus and En'iH. fe; f J. U, your station governed by' the color
", dvce.i really should be counted as part of the . e wooL f the means getting rid of your real8
S Three or (our swallows of cockleburr income from the and New Write us for
; acre a half of goods coming in every day to anything you need U That 50
the don't like
That girls
,., tea, taken every ten minutes and pines but he has not included it in his the Boston" Store" Call and., see them. :Building Material. lightning sunshine does more good than but still like them to be ntW dl.-'

S.5 rubbed on the wound, is said to antidote reported profits. looks Like It-Does that girl Of and makes less noise about it.
,,' the poison of the This cold cream far her complexion. yours use That if That, the stronger the butt .
5 most report shows that Chnmpley! Builders you
Demons witha
any man want
to
I IDeM s' I know that I've Supply be well fed
i- snake. E.RS. little capital to start with can make enough PreePrese.icw:cream to, fill a Slor box car.bOug-Detroit It her Co., your boarding bouse, court the cook. at able it is to control the market.-<-

money in raising pineapples in this sec- St. Augustine, Florjdg.LaInhar&. That undertaker That one place where the

"'I tiun even at the low prices at which Airy Rooms. dean Beds and a'' --oa_ boxer. Maltby is a scientific don't win is at a wedding

t4e for JTAa J5 un'!. I I pines were sold at this past season, and I i Seminole.Good Table Hotel., be sure Ceo.to stop Zapf at Manager the New That the marriage That the proper age to HO*! =j
*
wtthopt! counting the slips of any value.! Open aU the year. r' I9-7 Potter, only serving a writ of ceremony is often you feel like it, and the pr> "T
habeas
Wnl *
Flq 8cch1 "" i i'' \ b corpus That cold feet is never s csi |
QTttpllct! %il fault
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