The Tropical sun
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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: January 6, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00234
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COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. I things work together for good, sayeththe PERSONAL PICKINGS.People COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. 835 G. W. Herring, labor& Frt, HERE AND THERE.-

Lord." __ Neptune,No.1:).........._........... 1 00
836 M. E. Gruber, No. 1 -
: supplies
Isumtisf turn Catered ky Oar Scribes The biggest fool in this section is the as They Come and -People You Regular Meeting of the Board For the Monthof and 5........?.....??..?.?.......?? ?.. a 05 Scraps .f New. About This and That ud

nr"p"1 the Csnaty.BOYSTOJ man that don't know enough;: to eat when Miy or May Not Know January. 837: Dade County State Bank,Inter Different Things

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he is hungry. ... --p --- ??? ? ?? ?? .L.1..1..1
BREEZES. Miss May Metcalf 'Is" on a visit to WEST PALM BEACH, Fla, $816 8-1 New Line Tablets at Anthony Bros.

The tUI key and chicken all gone and. Melbourne. Jan. 4, 1898.
RKCAPITULATIOB.Total Oysters and regular meals are served
"And it frostcth." after three days starvation appetites Regular meeting of the School Board
our Charley Pierce was a welcome visitorin recelpta._.?_-?._._.......?.?...$ 902 85 at all hours at Z 'VI'S R. siura.it. pd.
normat' .
numerous are held to-day. Present J. W. Jackson. J. Total eipenditurea._.....,..........?,., 87t 84
Tramp are ratb here the town New Year's day.E. W. Comstock, W. Widmeyer and Z. The Wilbon We..thcrford barber shopis
past week. The young man who was suffering I BaI. on hand..?. ...............?..??..?. | M 01
T. Merritt. I closed, he having moved his things to
from the big head has recovered and G. Pendleton arrived last night at The warrants issued
following were
Miami last week.
Minutes of last read and ap"
F. S. Dewey wa here on land business t uing his Christmas on New.Year's nightat his Palm Beach winter home. meeting during the month :

last Th uwIay. a grand hop given at South Hypo- prp\'e The' 840 Z. T. Merritt, frt. on desks to

Miss Maude Gee returned uxo. Mrs. W. R. Moses was a visitor to Jensen Superinteudent submitted the following Belle Flora..... ..... ........................ 6 84 Tuesday at West Palm Beach with a
yesterday morning, returning last report : 841 W. L. Widmeyer frt. on desks, full attendance of the members present.
from visit to Miss McDonald,of Lemon F. R. Oliver, one of New River'seaterprWng In accordance with orders of the
night. Xo. 12_.___?_?....?..? 57 40
Cit,. truck -growers,. was here I Board at last meeting. I insured the colored 842 J.W. Jackson fri on desks No. f\n / _.. fifju .,, ft..1" th ..""....
I ast Friday on business. He report The latest arrival in town is at the I tho 9__._ _._.__L__.. 12 21 \ aiwuuui iii luc luiu a ouuuajrSchool
schoolhouse Miami for
at term session and the servicesof
AI. Bowtfl C. W. Pierce end Walter f ine truck land and prospects good for a home of J. W. Grimes-it's a boy, as 843 T. N. Gautier, frt on desks, No. evening

Bowel were at West Palm Beach Saturday usual of three years, at the same rate paid for 18 and 20..___..._........ 21 00 the Congregational Church were heldat
::rop at New River. .' -- white'school house. Amount of insurance
on business. 844 Z. T. Merritt, frt. on desks No the parsonage last Sunday.

Mel- including furniture, $575. The 18_..___?._.. __.__ 716
Capt.Fred. Yoss made a trip to Palm Mrs. W. I. Metcalf returned to .

J. a./ Ingraham' and party passed ]kach Wednesday with launch Victoria, bourne Tuesday, after a pleasant visitto policy on furniture in the white schoolhouse 417 416 J.Mrs.C.: Harris N. L. Jackson 2nd month" 4000 40 00 Wilmon Whilldin has purchased the

through oa his launch on a tour of inspection I Accompanied by A. W. Garnett carrying our town. at Miami having expired, I renewed 418 Mrs. Geo. Lyman .0 00 Flood lot adjoining his residence, and

Tuesday.To ,watermelons, bananas, turnips, onions, same for the same length of time 419 Addle Lee Damon 40 00 rased the house to the ground and is

I'adishes, and coons. Judge Lewis, of Fort Pierce, spent that the building is insured for. Policyon 420 B. E.McDonald, 3rd month 60 00 transforming the lot into an elegant
eggs the Holidays with his son-in-law, FrankB. 421 Annie M.McDonald 40 00 lawn.
Oct. B.
the Florida trucker, "when frost each expires 14, 1900. John "
-.a. :Everett, returning home this week. and Chase & offer the 422 Eugene Lee 40 00
b oa the pumpkin and the fodder is Rielly Harney 423 I.f.Hiudry 50 00 The steamer Courtney, of Indian

the shock, etc," is not as poetical as it LIXTOS_ LOCALS.W. Lamond is for same rate in good companies to insure 424 Lula Augevlne 40 00 River, wa launched from the Cabbage

is in Indiana. ____ p Mayor kept busy many all the school houses in the County, viz, 425 J. E.Jones, 40 00
A. Hobbs returned from DeLand and long hours looking alter two men's : for 426 Mm. N.L. Jackson 40 00 Island marine ways after a thorough
iyi cent. cent.
per per annum, 3 per I
The freeze got ns and got ns severe Saturday. _____ work in the Southern Express business.. 427 John 8.Davis 32 00 overhauling and Tuesday night was
and cent. for
early all,if not all tomatoes were killed, 3 yeas, 4)3 per 5 years. 428 Susan Sanders 40 00 brought up to the railroad wharf.
IsaacTaylot returned to St Augustine: I would recommend that the insurance 429 Mrs. H. S.Hobbs -10 00
although a few may pull through. Beans Mrs. :E. B. King 'of Jupiter, returned
fuesday. be divided between the above 4SO W. A. H. Hobbs H 40 00
to her home last night after a visit with i W. R. Porter foreman of CommodoreC.
killed entirely, and nearly all tomato hand 431 Annie E. G. Metcalfe 40 00
named I herewith
seed beds killed, a few people saving ,. One ot the Boynton'settlers paid this friends and relatives in Jacksonville and gentlemen. 432 Annie D Llglitbourne 40 00 J. Clarke's East Side proprety, is fit-
lease of Castle Hall to be signed by
Savannah. you H 00 ting out his home recently built on
to reset their Gelds. The 433 A. il Ll1ththourue.jr 40 new ,
eaottgh plants place a visit Tuesday
I School Board and the Knigots of Pythiasfor 434 L. F. Kidner u 40 00 the Clarke premises with an attractive

pines,were seriously. affected, especially Miss Lula DeBegory, teacher of the the year 1898.I 435 Maude Gee 40 00 assortment of furniture from Maltby's
best sew n's Mr. Kidder and W. E Cayton came 40 00
436 LubaDeBogory
Palm Beach school, returned Tuesday notified Miss Susan Sanders, teacherat supply house.
----....--.- tip from Pompano Saturday. 4J7: Irene Blckards 40 00
from a visit with friends in Miami during ,No. 54;_and Mrs.H.S. Hobbs, teacherat 40 00
438RosaJForrey: ,_ _
, "I' H1PPEliIC ,. ., ,.'Mre.'P.'L.Te'nbrookwason the sick the holidays' No: 5 of the change ordered by' the 439_JeanDetteObeocfi7m2rd month 40" 00 One of the finest"yachts seen this

t & Board at the last meeting. On Sunday, 4..0" BDd" 40 00 season on the Lake is the "Ospney,"

*. H.kc on crop l. December, list this week but is recovering. Walter :Moore was successful in his January 2nd. r8gS,'y received acommun- 441 Mrs.Q B. Stephens 40 00 owned by H. W. Birge, of Buffalo, N.

Tu tit North our products we tend; for license last 442 J.C.Harris 4000
examination a pilots' Y. Mr. Birge is accompanied by G.
nication from Mrs. H. S. Hobbs. baying
II* who tare Ut earning* remember, James Chambers and sister spent 443 Mamie M. May 40 00
That la summer be has money to spend. New Years in West Palm Beach. month, and is now in the posession of she had referred the matter to the State Butler Smith, of Ormond, on his cruise

the coveted license Board of Education and would remainat down the coast.
flea come the ban bill pouter.lo -- On motion, Supt's report accepted.On

say the exenraioa will eau; J. II. Moore and Chas. Kittinger, of John B.' Beach is putting down a Jupiter until she heard from them.I motion, Supt ordered to make an The attention of our Lake readers is

toys OM,, that "til be a router, Boca Ratone were here Monday. double side-walk of concrete and oyster wired Capt Armour, the Supervisor, to !. equal division of the insurance of school! called to the new advertisement of FrankC.
"'t"lo and have a rattle tun.OB meet Miss Sanders at Jupiter, as she houses of the County between Jno. B.
shells between the corner of Olive and Gardner. Mr. Gardner has been ab
wt go,Just w here.. don't Know, W. A. Chard came up from Lemon would open the school there on Monday.I Rielly and Chase & Harney.On .
and his residence. from this town for
Fern streets sent nearly a year,
Wt take U the good and the bad; City Saturday and returned the same submit all letters and papers bearing motion, J. W. Comstcck authorized -
having been in business in Savannah,
Our Monty we proceed to blowSot -
a diva,.,a bit..e bad. day. : ., E. L. Russell, the East Side photog- upon the subject, among which is a to expend the money received for Ga., most of the time. On his return he

petition signed by Chas R. Carlin and rent of Hall to Knights of Pythias for
Back to the farm "lib a lIIt'rrll1ttle Bongt J..H. Burton, L. G. Lyman and Geo. rapher, has arrived from' Blosbburg, I I has decided to open and operate a first-

We work till our bands are wire; Lyman went to Juno Monday on busi Pa., where he. spent the Summer. and others, asking that the Board reconsider the improvement school yard. I class oyster house for the season, and he

AUvt only ,lib hope it won't be long, ness. will soon be ready for business. their action, and letters from Capt. Snpt. ordered to communicate with purposes running it in an uptodatemanner.

la two month veil bare Home more. Armour and others that the change re Mrs. H. S. Hobbs to learn if she will go 1
He is a man deserving
F. Dewey, East Coast ,Land, Agent, Chas. Carroll, one of the pioneer main in force.Financial to Leesville and open school at once. of patronage: and is young sure to succeed.

Mr. Freedlaud, of Boynton was here was here transacting business Mondayand truckers ot Ilypoluxo, was! in town report of Dade County School If not, he is ordered to employ another ..

Monday. _____ Tuesday. Monday with some samples of his Board, for month ending Dec. 31,1897. teacher.

Mrs. Chas. Pierce and son, of Boyn splendid tomatoes just ripening for The contract for painting the Lemon Knights of Pythias Notes.
Several people are yet setting out to. market. -
school house awarded to Clin-
ton. were here Tuesday the guest of ITEMIZED RECEIPTS: City Friday night was the occasion of the
beans and watermelons -
matoes; some planting
Mrs. S. S. Linton.Ice Dw. 1 Balance fromlast month?..$ 234 70 ton Gunby, at $& .oo annual election of officers- which resultedas
John B. Beast, the well known nurs- 7 T. J. Har.lee,taxell..._._ 283 28 The Everglade school house having

P. L. West, of FL Lauderdale, was formed here seven-sixteenths "of ery man, shipped five hundred citrus 7 polls....... ........... 10 00 been completed and received by the follows: Chancelor Commander, J.

here last week visiting friends and acquaintances. an inch on water Sunday night by fruit trees to Lemon City this week, for 8 Z. T. Merritt, from colored chairman, a warrant for$250.00 was is- A. Pugh; Vice-Chancelor, L. F. Hin-
school Miami. No. 20.... 33 90 dry; Prelate, Geo. S. Adams; Master of
actual measurement.J. grove planting in that thriving sectionof sued for payment of same.
15 Win. 11. Hejnolda, one mill
Dade.C. Work, Paul C. Jones; Keeper of Records
tax........?. ..?.. .......? 326 90 List warrant issued :
Mr. Crotzier of Boynton was here and Oscar Lane went and Seal, A. L. Haugh; Master of
-4 J. B. Wliltttdd redemption 845: Z. T. Merritt.. .._...,_.?..._ 8 55
last week-brought his gun along to out to the Everglades Thursday to hunt I. Cragin and wife will open their tar list.....?..........? .?....? 14 07 846 Sterling & Russell..................... 90 Finance, W. G. DeBerry; Master of Ex-

scare ducks with. and returned Saturday.A lovely winter residence on the East Side \ $90281 847 Chase& Harney............... ........ 17 20 Cnuquer, Joel A. Dean; Master Arms,

next week and Reve d' etc will again 848 H. B. Murray................... ? ... 1 50 M. E. Gruber; Trustees, E. M. Brels-

Mr. Thornton, the hog king, passed cold wave-overcoats and mittens, be the center of a happy circle of society ITEMIZED EXI-E.NDlTCBiS: 849 Will BoHtwIck..... ?.....?..._... 3 00 ford, Gut I. Metcalf and L. F. Hindry
his S50 F. T. Budge.............................. 4 03 .
through here last week on way in great demand and the poor "Michi- people.E. 374 L. F. KMuer, teacher salary... 40 00 I 831 M. E. Gruber.??. .............. 2 90 Representative to the Grand Lodge,

lions Was Palm Beach. I ganders" suffers, even though they 3K3 Eugene Lee 40 00 I 852 T. M.Gantier?....._................. 19 68 Guy I. Metcalf.__
came South to avoid the cold. A. Dawkins has opened a cycleryin 3110 Addie Lee Damon 40 011 1 I 853 J. W. Jackson..?..?__._?.. 17 00

Mr. Sadler, of Palm Beach, and the Chase building on Clematis Av!:. 304 Eugene Lee 40 00 I 854 J.W. COmstock............. .?........ 2 60 :Evening Star Lodge is experincing a
brown Brothers, of Hypoluxo, succeed.ed Will 'Salsbury and Clarence Hobbs Mr. Dawkins is prepared to furnish any 3U7 W. A. II. Hoblw 40 ()(I, SIS: Charles A. Green............_..? 250 0856Z.T.Menitt healthy growth. The best citizens in

in fourteen bucks New fish as kind of wheels for rent by the hour, 3U8 U F. Kiduer 40 00, ; ._._...._......_ 41 66 this community are favorable to the
teats the record on catching 401 Annie E. G. MeU'uIfe 40 OC I 857 P.W. King.?............?._..._... 5 25
Years. The dividend. Monday day or week, and is ready to attend to Order, interested in its progress and
new gun pays a i they caught; six large ones 402.J. ,E. Joiien 40 OC I J. W. JACKSON, Chairman.
\ afternoon that weighed over one hun- general bicycle repair work. 405; K. E. McDonald 50 OC4ot speak complimentary of the good work
Z. T. MERRITT;; Superintendent.
Since the above have had > Annie M McDonald 40 OC J being done bv the Lodge.
writing we dred pounds. ---- n--
I -- General Agent E. P. Porcher and Secretary 408 Hosa VUJTVJ 40 00 .
considerable in weather. -
change \he T. V. Moore, of the I. R. & L. W 403 Mamie M.stay -. 40 00 Nearly fifty members in good stand-
We received telegram Saturday night County Court. 410Mr.: t,, U. Stephens 40 00 Tourists and ducks are arriving dailyin
P. G. Association were guests of the ing after issuing transfer cards to sev
truing us of the cold wave coming and 413-LulalelJogory, 40 00 increasing numbers.
Sunday morning the truck growers and The Dade County Court conveued Palms Tuesday night; returning to Jen 415 ore Edith Hunter 40 00 eral who have removed, is not a bad

Monday morning, Judge Allen sen yesterday morning to attend the annual 814 W. J. gbone, repels, Xo, :2.....?. 1 85 constructed showing for a young lodge in a small
their friend gathered around the post- on The golf links being by
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Gamier dexka
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meeting of the association. where the care is exercised in the
office with trembling voices. Many E. Heyser presiding. Miami.....................?....... ... 57 15 gardner Eremd on the :East Side hotel town
who had read the telegram covered the I There were present: A. F. Quimby, -- SIC W. \Mdmeyer, mileage and premises will prove another feature of admission to membership that is so

pUnts that night, Jan. 1st., and Sunday I clerk; R. R. Taylor, couuty attorneyAttorneys ; County Superintendent of Schools, Z. pr diem...................... ............ ..? 6 00 attraction to the thousands of guests of marked a feature of Evening Star
W. I. Metcalf and H. HSaunders I T. Merritt was a visitor to Jupiter Monday 817 J. Comxtoclt, mlll.'alteand pr Lodge.

nearly e\'t r)LuJy covered all that were I Beach Gordon R. 1 I straightening out the knots in the dleui. .............. .................. ......... 2 60 those famous hostelries.
not too large to cover by pulling dirt I of W-Palm ; that in school 818 J. W Jackson, mileage and per officers of Evening Star
I unfortunate tangle exists the scientific world The retiring
over them with a hoe. Monday Jan. 3, lirooine, J. T. Sanders, and S. L. Anderson dIem and fixture Xo. 9................. 17 60 Never believing -
of Miami. matters there. Miss Sanders was dulv I 819 Z. T. Merritt salary ..... ......... 41 66 Frank Idner has introduced the acety Lodge have reason to feel a just pride is

very little damage done only to beans, The following named jurors answeredto installed as teacher of that school. I II II I 820 S. II. Clarke,cleaning lot"\0.20 5 50 line light in town. He is now using it i faithful service well rendered. The

although n had ice-it did not seem 821 Ceo. Carter putting down and is getting' lodge has not only been held together
in lamp
S. new bicycle
Hep a
to hurt the large tomato plants. Mon- the call : Geo. S. Rowley, J. I Frank Harney has been entertaining !! pumu So. 20.................. ............ :2 50 I the hard times and untoward
S. Anderson, N. ready to light bis store with it. Wilder
da\ night at 6 o'clock the mercury burn A. M. old time friends of his when he lived in 82J A.C. Lightb" urne, 2 moo. rent I but has

Keller M. E. Gruber, \V. F. Armstrong.. I No 20..................... ...................... 7 14 circumstances, progressedboth
dropped to 33 every thing killed to ,II t J. M. Meb eons: W. E. St Louis. They tjok in the ball came; S:.3 TaoriciLMs, pub. annual report There will be a Reunion and Social at : in membership and in the qualityand

the ground, even large tomato vines J. N. Parker, on Saturday, also visited all the points i; .. .................... ....... .............. 10 OO8J4 the annual meeting of the Congregational -: character of its order work. To

that fruit had been picked from. The I I Glenn Charles Carroll. State of of interest on the Lake and were much Loudou UluckMiul.. r .*,(> Society next Wednesday evening, : these retiring officers is due a great needof

mercury, however, had gone up to 38 j The first case tried was the delighted with this, their first visit to !S25; M. B. Ly wao.J.\illls.II'poluxo 2 40 izth. from the depart- and appreciation.
Florida vs W. N. Hull, for fishing 1 si'G Z. T. Merrill, IncidenUlu.......... 5 64 Jan. Reports praise |
at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning, but alas, Lake Worth. f
mile of Lake Worth Inlet.R. 827 Chus. >cirenKerwork. ments of work: and officers will be read i --

iou late to do any good. \Vbeie are all 1 within one for State W. I. Metcalf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koewing, of New i' No. 12. 13 and 14........................... 855 new officers elected, and the roll of I The officers to be installed tomorow j

our prospect Where are all our hopes? |I R. Taylor ; bL'Vt Lainburt & 1'otterlumber. No. membership will be read, in response. to I night start out under the most favorable {
AU gone with the frost, but some have I for defendant. The jury failed to agree; York, friends J.V. H am,12........................................ 20 78 which member both resident and auspices and while much is expected of '_
for conviction.The at'the Inn on Thursday night. They &c.. Xo 18 every
for acquittal, one &31 T. N.Cautbr labor
I five
plants ready to set a"d we can make a tried Tuesday were have cOme to spend the w+nter. Mr. and20............. .. ..................<.?..... 29 50 absent will, it is hoped, respond with .i them by their brothers, there is every treason

crop yet. 11. D. Pierce, one of the old only cases Flonda George Zapf for I Koewing came here three years ago, indelicate 832 Lainhart & I'otter.lumber, X'o. word or passage of scripture, either oral to believe that they will be equal

residents, says be has planted tomatoseed the State of Sunda'erdict vs. acquittal I, health, and after a two months 15........................:........................ 80 or written, after which the ladies will to every demand and will come up to
in February and shipped a crop, selling liquor on p.3:; The H. & W. B. Drew COM blackboard refreshment All membersof I' every requirement giving the lodge such

from ; and second trial of N..\V. Hull, il sojourne was very: much improved. lie cloth................................... 18 Odtt35 serve light
..mti so we are still consoled to t the Church and Society and their > an administration as will reflect credit ont
within oue mile of the Inlet comes this time to enjoy the Geo. H..tlthy.. window
great extent Poor, weak sinful flesh,, for fisUipg Verdict "11ot guilty." and fishing this place L famous for. ah ues, Suo 5 ... ........................_.. 2W I friends are cordially invited to attend. I t themselves and honor to the order.
We hate not gut faith enough. "All.eau], was had.

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1 Th Method of Temchlac Now !. Tor**. Bow to Cit Cp TcaJ. MottoWUh.. Deof J D Horn & Co, Jacksonville.: JACKSONVILL
DMifntac Merits Careful AtUnUoo. sad Ham. The Raymond D Knight C A.
J What a difference is discernible between To carve a loin of veal or mutton be- :

1 the first artistic attempts of children gin at the small end and cut the ribl ... ,YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT TUB

today and those to which a previous apart A fillet of veal should be cut first tiding Billions Firms aid ladivl4ula HOTELS: FURNISHING HOUSE OFMAX 6
.i .io generation put their hands I from the top and in a breast of veal the
. I The mode of 20 years ago based its breast and brisket should first be cut Whose Cards Appear in This Piptr. Seminole Hotel West Palm Beach

:' r notions of high art on the basest ideals apart and then cut in pieces.A The Palms, West Palm Beach.

l, Wool work waa the rage-wool work, I 1.g of mutton should be carved The Barman House, West Palm Beach YERSOThe
! moreover, that ran riot in all the most across the middle of the bone first and GENERAL MERCHANDISE: Park Cottage West Palm Beach

hideous shades which it ever entered then from the thickest part till the gristle U D Htndrickson, Lake Worth. .
,, into the mind of man to invent Patterns is reached. A few nice slices can be --.,
were confined to the stiffest and out from the smaller end, but it is usually -' -- LIFE INSURANCE:

I t biggest flowers The tints nature suggested hard and stringy. RETAIL GROCERS: White Parlor Clothier.
were systematically ignored, and In carving fish practice is required In The Equitable Life Insurance Co,
D Mathis West Palm Beach
podgy cushions and impossible bed- order to prevent the flakes from break 1 Jacksonville.FIRE .
t spreads were the result. So; much for ing. The choicest morsels of all large L, W Burkhardt, West Palm BeachWHOLESALE A Fine Line of all Wool f -
INSURANCE all Wool Black ,&75 ,a, ,.
.\ I the art cf the needle Druh and pencil fish are near the bead; the thin parts 'I' &REAL ESTATE: }
i :' could achieve nothing better wielded by come next; the flavor nearest the boneis GROCERS: Palm Beach. ;and Colored Suits. J Up ard. Cashmere PantsHens' I'1Y-. '"
, : the hands and the that that the Brelsford .- '
by taste reveled never equal to on upper part '>.:4,
in the abominations of LUrlui wools A fish knife should be used in carving.A Pope & McLaurin. Jacksonville.Thos Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach.J .

Stiff water color drawings, wherein sirloin of beef should be placed on Nooney & Sons, Jacksonville. H Livingston West Palm Beach Soft aad Stiff fiats f
unearthly flowers and fruit ere depicted the platter with the undercut under
I" or bturiug l iudacapfs herein a certain neath. Thin cut slices should be taken '5l- TAKING .

f faulty perspective outweighed all from the side next the carver;then turnover SPICES, TEAS AND COFFEES: : From 50 Cents Upwards.
i the miuor considerations of composition the roast and carve from under. E I Gordon, Jacksonville
. 1 D & R D Grether, Jacksonville. :b.
r and atmosphere or, again a marine neath. A portion of both should ba, Geo H Maltby West Palm Beach.I. .
j sketch with a sea which might have helped --,". 105-107 W. BAT STREET JACKSONVILLE PLA. Ifi .3-:
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been taken for a hayfield but for a severely A tongue should be carved in very MEATS: : t
nuiuutical looking bark In the thin &slices its delicacy depending op BANKING: --- 1 1

middle lii.-tance, were hung on the pa. this The slices from the center are considered Ceo S Adams, West Palm Bea h. Dade County State Bank, !2-t't
ternal walls to be a perpetual eyesore the most tempting and should L Will Whiddes u I
Palm Beach.
r to the rising generation These drawings be cut across and the slices taken from .,
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National Bank of the State of Florida Chas..N. Welshans| 2'
r: were always from the fiat, and both sides, with a portion of the fatal' ,
'- that being the case it was out of the the rootA Jacksonville

question nut luey could educate the ham can be served in several way East Coast Fish Co, West Palm Beach. First National Bank of Florida. 1

eye to any sense of form or indeed of -by cutting long, delicate slices Reynolds& Hull West Palm Beach --+.. STATE AGENT FOB-
actual color through the thick fat down to the bone, .
S B Miller & Co New Yor -
lo paint accurately from the flat iseasy by running the point of the knife in a SEEDS:
of accaiuplubuicut to anyone with circle in the middle and cutting thin Kingsland & Comstock New YorkS Wm A Bours & Jacksonville. Longman & Martinez Pail :

the lean technical skill but to distinguish circular slices, thus keeping the ham L Storer & Co, New York L Cameron. Jacksonville. .

I between the many tints in one moist, or by beginning at the knuckle ---," Burton K Barrs, Jacksonville.
scrap of cloud of greensward or of distance and slicing upward. The last mode Lihe
: Shingles
in the open air is a very different & most economical ,

matter It takes the artist to find the G G Springer, West Palm Beach.DRUGGISTS PINEAPPLE PLANTS: I
dominant note in a scheme of rich and How to Make Game Salad. .,. Cement and Coal Tar.
G C Matthams, West Palm Beach.NURSERY
varied coloring and ho can do so only Take three-quarters of a pound of any
because from his youth his eye has been kind of cold game, 2 lettuces, a teaspoonful : 'S._-,

trained to bee and imitate nature as she of minced chives, a little mustard STOCK: for Pial
j E H Dimick, West Palm Beach. : Agent color's Peerless Cement t
is, not as the appears when painted. A and cress, an endive, a large lOur)
child whose natural instincts prompted apple, 2 hard boiled eggs, a teaspoonful u l Russell & Co, John B Beach West Palm Beach IS South Hogan St. Jacksonville Florida. 10.11.1t

I 4 her in this, tho only true direction toward of prepared mustard, a tablespoonful o,f S5t- Hastings& Wylie, Interlachen ,

I the divine in art had her aspirations date vinegar, the usual seasonings and FRUIT AND PRODUCE ON COMMISSION ...
l promptly checked by the folly of half a cupful of cream. Wash and thoroughly I 1
parents, who prevented all future growth dry the lettuce, pull into small i : FERTILIZERS:

t'. by an insensate desire to nee immediate pieces and place in a salad bowl wit! J B Massa & Bro Jacksonville. Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville.

fruits. t'ortunatelyopinion latttrly has the game, chives endive and the peeled Albert J Bucky & Co, Baker & Holmes DP. C. F. Houston

fJ veered round generally to a more rea- and thinly sliced apple. Make a dressini Thos Nooney & Son, Little Bros, ,
r Bonable standpoint. The desire for of the yolks of the eggs, the mustard
I _
! "something to thow" lessens with constant pepper, salt, oil and vinegar. Pour this Set STEAMBOATBH4AY ...........DENTAL PARLORS...........
t j.. gratification, and the desirability over the salad and mix all thoroughly DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: 1f MACHINERYAND
of qualities a trifle more solid is gradually Put the cream over the top and sprinkle CASTINGS: ESTAStiaHBO 1884.
with the Kohn, Fnrcbgott & Jacksonville. For the next thirty days price will be u follow: Gold Filling,ft Plank Tnllappefl
itself mustard
the and
impressing on minds of and small
cress Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, to$1 i;Alloy Filling |l to 11.50; Plate, f j t..$$ Full fasts (very but),&to its ??" ?$*J
ljf allThe fragments of the boiled whites of e ggy. Cohen Bros, Jacksonville. by a palates method where plate are made. Pirat-cUi operator and Polite Aitc4aa|

; methods of imparting educationboth Dave Singer, Jacksonville. 103-97 Cor. Bay and Laura Sta., over Mrs. Keene's, ]JACKSONVILLE 1
in art and all other branches now How to Bid s Bicycle Ia the Street. Mrs J Flank, West Palm BeachMEN'S Florida Machine Works, Jacksonville.

in vogue are probably an outcome of Never ride at a pace which will no' ---.I---

i this feeling and from the very beginning permit an easy and immediate dismount* .
the youngsters have a chance of lug from the machine when desired. FURNISHERS: AND MACHINERY

I feeding and enlarging any natural aptItude Keep always 80 yards from a vehicle REPAIRS:
for form and color which they when riding behind one, and from 80( J A Craig & Bro, Jacksonville. Haines Brothers, Jacksonville. E. I. GORDON i

may possess by being taught to draw to 45 yards should be the interval when Max Myerson, .

things as they are, not as they look riding in front of one. ... PLAN & SUPPLIES: ,
when drawn often imperfectly by oth- Never sound your bell when approaching '
era a person from behind. This only TAILORING: John G Christopher, Jacksonville.DENTISTS .

In many of the schools from the very frightens or disconcerts a pedestrian, Livy-The Popular Price Tailor- .,. S e e
outset the elements of coloring and design and he never knows which direction to Undertakerand
are set before the tiniest workersiu take. The chances are much in favor obis 1 acksonville.The :
the exercises which they do with taking the wrong direction. ItJ 11 New York Tailoring Co, Dr J A Pugh, West Palm Beach.

colored papers, interlacing in patterns the business of the cyclist to keep out o:if IS.HARDWARE. : L T Daniel, Cocoa. Embalmer.Full

with different colored strips. Of course the pedestrian's way. : .I C F Houston, Jacksonville. .
,: models have to be employed in order If the pedestrian is In front and coming M D L Dodson, Titusville.
j! )! that by copying the little minds can toward you and seems not to know M E Gruber, West Palm Beach. ._ Line of
,; grasp some idea of the task before them which direction to take, then dismoun o W Weybrecbt, IPHYSICIANS Caskets.

but it not infrequently happens that one at once rather than run the risk of an AND SURGEONS:
1 '
or two in a class show ability and originality accident Dr R B Potter, West Palm Beach.
I entirely beyond the rest, and Never get off the machine, when ri d. LUMBER: II H C Hood, It .. .. Telegraphic Filled by First r

now and then achieve work really strike ing in the streets, from the side. A .T V Cubes, Jacksonville. EW II ? ? .
ingly excellent. ways slip off from behind and keep the Builders Supply Co, St Augustine. Pugh, 1-28-97 19 West Adams JACKSONVILLE.. PLA.
Designing indeed is a subject which bicycle in motion all the time and re I 5

i merits the careful attention of all interested mount without stopping. You nevei .,. LAWYERS:
in the training young intellects. know what may be behind you, and a '
I It is, in the first place undoubtedly a short stop may be the cause of a coil e- FURNITURE: W I Metcalf, West Palm Beach.A '

gift, neither to be created nor wholly] don from behind. ; Geo H Maltby, West Palm Beach. E HeYllerl\. East Coast Fish Company]!

j, taught, but capable of great develop When you mount, be sure to go to and The Chadwick-Swaim.Co, Jacksonville. Robbins & Graham, Miami.
ment by means of rightly directed curbing on the right hand aide Pope 8t Campbell, Jacksonville.
ktudy. Those who mount from the right hand side .. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ? -
I are gifted in this re- of the -' -- ---..._
ipect. are not the least lucky of mortals, bicycle. PIANOS AND ORGANS l'
I and those who are devoid of it can take Never look behind you on any account : CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: '' .
', '
courage from the thought that it is abs Vehicles coming up behind you will Ludden & Bates' So Music House Franklin Sheen, West PalmBeacb.NOTARIES \i'' \.r
branch of art for which aptitude may be guided by your movements J ackSOD ville. : DEALERS

fostered. Its uses are so obvious especially Never pass in front of a car at right I.. -.- / : IN.... &
for those whoso labors are chiefly angles Yon don't know what is on the PUBLIC: ._ ":
manual that it is no wonder that attention other side. JEWELERS: Guy I Metcalf, West Palm Beach. i<': 9 FRESH
is being so largely directed to In approaching a side street intersect Idner & Son, West Palm Beach. W R Moses, II VA')
its study in metropolitan art schools and ing the one you are on at right angles ,** H .. "'7- l
1 LhiDgton, II
educational institutions generally at the go slowly and keep to the right
present time. The aim is to foster BUILDING SUPPLIES: ... :
artistic tendencies for everyday use and Bow to Woo Sleep. Southern Fuel and
Supply Co, BARBERS: yjfresh
not in any sense to turn out artists in For sleeplessness eat two or threesmall We
the onions If a cannot al Jacksonville.Chas Wilson Weatherford >st Palm Beach.
ordinary sense. The education is the person -
training of eye and baud and the direct it is because blood is in the brain. The Welsban5lacksonville. receive '/-. ( Goods

ing into orthodox channels of the extravagant remedy, therefore, is obviously to call Builders Supply Co, St Augustine.Geo ; dIUvo1'Cdt.

a! imaginations.activities of untrammeled can the be blood done down by eating from one the or head.two small This Hacker & Son. Charleston, S C. Ms*e for Tie> Sin. Oysters K./. I I ...#IX'l' \ tree revery '-t'

onions, or a biscuit, a hard boiled egg .1 r anywnwrin _
I or a pioce of bread and "1 *- '
butter. Follow
Garnishing Roast Turkey. "Small and sure profits,often repeated, day. town. "
Celery or parsley, with blanched this up with a glass of milk, or even are the foundation of modem wealth."
water, and will fall '" '
chestnuts boiled, alternating with a you asleep. ; :
little sausage cake, chestnut or mushroom are also excellent things to eat when fish Houses at .
much exposed to the cold. Railroad Wharf Opposite the
croquettes, mushroom or chestnut t ,

puree for bread the sauce, etc., are all admissible How Lemon Are Cceful In DUeate. A Tlillf Ice Factory. 1h.14.9T
bird that
I graces the Thanksgiving The uses of lemons are manifold andthe
I tabla As a general rule croquettes
more we employ them the better we -
I or anything easily crushed in shall find ourselves For all in
4Kft T"
"e.ndi ord fiIDIr
IA your 11I fu Fruit Trt
I sickness or in health lemonade is not That can fit you and give you first-cl tea Now TllB Tim 8 Spring! aJrli\ -ry W e arc prepare. lo h-*** *'
only a safe but a remarkably pleasant work at popular prices should secure lU (110 000 Ornamental"'w, Shrubbery all U MiB.iart
; *
drink. It is a specific against worms your patronage. We make an All Swert.nd Trifoliata Stock. Our tree of orange. Lemon and fon 'k< ****** N
and skin complaints The pippins Wool oaeudtwo-y.aroldbuds. Our airs all wen rooted and ia ever, way Ir.1....... ere ltie
Suit to order for $12.w, 113.50 51ud Ordrrs. \\'t ran furnish prices art rra mnble. tt rite UA III' ptci.al Prke .a
crushed may also be mixed with water thc Budwoltot for b.' ..
i5.ooandJi6.oo.| Better Leading 1 arietieeof Orange Lemon trees,for"orDl..lIt anti eprtll' budduq _
9 and used as a drink. Lemon juice is the ones for|i8.co, 1'111: 14Ta.t5LAvijE11t' cud Pometus t..11 oa or addrua.
best antiscorbutic remedy known. It not 110.00, $2.5o., $33.50 and $35.oo. 10.7.3w : :K\IKUIj, u..UIII' ieIr iaMerlMUa, ..,.......,..,.."..

only cures the disease: but what is bet-
I BOAST TURKEY WITH GARNISH.terferes ter than a cure it is a preventive. Sailors PANTS to'order, .7S. $3.00,1$3.50. $4.00.ls.oo and $6.00. :::::;;...--

more or less with the carvingof make a daily use of it for that pur MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples i
the turkey and should be removed pose. It is a good thing to rub the gums on application. and Self-Measurement Blank sent I Do you want
from the platter before that operation daily with lemon juice to keep them in STEAM BOA?
is begun In this connection the Boston a healthy condition. It prevents chilblains.

Cooking School Magazine gives an illustration Lemon used in intermittent fe- The Popular Price Tailor
in which mushroom force- vers is mixed with strong hot black tea L I VY o-We have them to sell and if we have nose b
meat made into little balls is or coffee without sugar. Neuralgia may on hand to suit
used and we can build......
the garnishing is arranged not so much be cured by rubbing the part affected 13 Main St, J8cIs0! 1il1e Flo JUST .
for artistic effect as to show the compact with a lemon. It is valuable also to WHAT YOU WANT.

shape of the fowl and the firm way cure warts and to destroy dandruff on I!* We do Dyeing, Cleaning and We are also prepared ii
in which it rests upon the wings, thus the head by rubbing the roots of the Repairing. tc-s&97 to furnish x

presenting the whole surface of the hair with it.
breast to the carver. Pumping Outfits \
Bow to Make Garment Gloat? Wlttoat If you are thinking of irrigating for Irrigation.
your truck farm
pineapple field ,
Starch. ifiRIGATION I ; or orange grove, lend
me size of
Apple Cream. In France instead of using starch OB you wish to COver and full information of area Write or call on
Take the pulp of 12 large baked apples table napkins after they are washed ,desired and give estimate of want cost.and I will be glad to furnish all what yo in our Line that yet aced i

and bruise smoothly with a spoon. Add and dried and ready to be ironed they Merrill-Stevens

the whites of 2 eggs well beaten up and are dipped in boiling water and partially J. G. CHRISTOPHER Engineering Co. !
add powdered sugar by degrees until wrung out between cloths. They are ,
sweet enough: also a little brandy. It rapidly ironed with as hot an. iron as Machinery and Mill Supplies. Jacksonville ,

must be well beaten for a considerable possible aDd become beautifully stiff aDd Irrigating Machinery a Specjalty.! Florida.

Wt 1 ..._- ...... ...., _- l l'17 Proprietor J ACKSO jy
"d. It9m'lkh;r fl&&lP! MARINE RAILWAYS

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HEROES OF MEXICO. that the white horse_ he was_ridingwas zed -

-- too' attractive for the "greasers." ESTABLISHED 1875-
AMERICAN VALOR ON FOREIGN FIELDS "Well," said he, "the old fellow miss- COTTAGE Whidden's Market
ed the fun at Monterey, and I want to
FIFTY YEARS AGO. give him his share this time. It was Now Open Under William A. Bours & Co.
New Management Is Prepared to Supplyyou
in this battle that Taylor said! to Cap

feptate Chart rears Charge U Btuca tain Bragg, whose battery stood near Beautiful Frontage on Lake Worth with' -
4* .. P Film Tmylor at Buen Plata when the Mexican infantry began to Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana. Grain Garden Seeds and. Fertilizers.

X.rnil..'u'1'..."of Monterey-Bril- waver, "A leetle more grape, Captain Good Meats at living Prices.
heat Da1.g.1 Bobert E. Lee had about 6,000 men at Buena Large, Airy, Well-Furnished Rooms. 6 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida. qc1'es1r. 1 orlt

ICopn.tt. 1ST.. Book by American Press AaocUUon. Vistas When asked afterward if he had ,
btareaerved.1 not hesitated about Rites: 33 Per Day and Upwards Beef
his ;
IFTY putting small \\e Handle Only the Beat and Most Reliable Seeds. A Complete stock of ,
years ago force against Santa Anna's 20,000, he Special Rates by the Week or Month. 1cuZtzoy
the armies of said he would have liked a couple of Hay Corn Oats Floor Bran Wheat Grits Meal
Scott and Taylor more companies of regulars. He was WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11-28 grid 1aes.

r 1. were the marchingto posts assigned force aware, but that he Santa"didn't Anna stop had to a count very large the a a I Cotton Seed Meal, Both) Bright and DarkAT Native Meats a specialty.Your .
Mexicans. I
The Mexicans were repulsedand :WHOLESALE -
order the complete military routed. Santa Anna lost 2,000 killed Owner. Captain. state Agents For Tygert'Allen Fertilizer Co. Patronage Solicited.
and wounded and large numbers of his
domination of star Brand .'I'Mllizel'l'GuarRnteell011)518., Orange Tree and Vegetable Fertilizer, Pure Market on Haayaii "*tr 'cl,
e Mexico. soldiers threw down their arms and Launch Seminole Ginned Bone, Nitrate Smia. Muri.iteof Potash Sulphate Potash Kamit Lie.
{ This never returned to the ranks. These Fertilizers have no superior in the Market and a tnal will coimnre. 11-12 NEST PALM HKACH.
was the only Send for Catalogue "r*e. io-SW
The Mexican war little
time in the his- gave oppor- U. S. MAIL
tunity for brilliant naval actions. The BOAT, --
tory of the republic -
1 that United Mexicans had no navy, and only one Makes Daily Trips Between West The Dade County State Bank

States soldiers seaport attacked.town That of was any Vera consequence Cruz which was Palm Beach and Juno, Stopping at "1111t111in111111f" ''''''''''AlkylllnUl1il11UUU1111''''''''''''''' '''''''''''''''''' ''1i11111r '''''' ,

played the role All Intermediate Points. Palm Beach, Florida.
was besieged by Scott in March, 1847.
conquerors upon Captain Josiah Tattnall bombarded r

luted foreign about soil two Active hostilities had Vera Cruz with his wooden "Mosquito RUNS THROUGH THE FINEST :-= -- Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid .
During that

arms time,there in which were American many years.brilliant soldiers feats, both of fleet"commander It was of a the deed ram worthy Merrimac.the future The WORTH FISHING EVERY GROUNDS DAY. ON LAKE Up Capital $15,000.

Tolunteers' and regulars, displayed the fleet comprised the steamers Spitfireand I I Thori I IGEO
highest valor. The fiftieth anniversaryof Vixen and five gunboats under sail. Comfortable ArcommodatloLS I iii. Ill tyMeatMark t r t OFFICERS:
Leaving one schooner at anchorage as a . fur Day Passengers.
the close of the war is a fitting time blind, Captain Tattnall took the othersin E. N. DIMICK, President.
to recall some of the deeds which led tow of the steamers and -- U. D, HENDRICKSON, Vice-Preaident.
on pretenseof
vp to victory.The getting to sea with them sailed down Launch leaves Railroad Wharf every CEO. L. BRAINING, Cashier.
battles of Zachary Taylor's army the channel At morning at 8 o'clock. 11-18-97!
a turning point, insteadof
hit were victories always were fought sweeping against and odds decisive., yet going outside, he steamed up within i S, ADAMS Propr ; Branch Office at West Palm Beach.
eight yards of Fort San Juan D'Ulloa
Taylor led off in the invasion of Mexico. and -- Office Hours From 10 a. m. to i p. m.
between that famous castle and Farms Wanted -
He fought his way to the city of Monterey Fort St. Jagtx From that position his Eveplere.We == : : DEALER IN : : a General Banking Business Transacted
100 miles south of the Rio -
shots reached the city. As the Hell Farms quli-kly for cash. What have you -
soon as .
Grande, a strong military position well fur sale or exchange ANSON RU-SEU. &; Collection promptly remitted on day >J
fortified and garrisoned by 10,000 regu Mexican gunners in the forts got over I'O.,Akron Ohio. 10-21 Florida and Western Meats, i receipt DraftH bought and Bolil no the principal
their surprise at the Yankee
audacity eltll'll"f the United States. 4-29-97
lar troop Taylor had but little over they concentrated a heavy fire of' shot E Armour's Star Hams Bacon 3
6000. of them volunteers. ,
many Fight.
and shell upon the unprotected wooden Clematis Avenuj -
ing began the 19th of December
ships. The water around the fleet
was and and
1848. At the end of three days all the churned Bologna, Tripe Pig'sFeet
into foam, but the vessels had
.IH OTELThe Palms
heights Cured and around the guns the turned city had upon been the cap.flying run inside the range of the Mexican Supply Store :: E Domestic Poultry, Veni-
guns, so that they did not make a single -
Mexicans. -- -
by step taking advantage enemy retreated of the solidly step ::-West Palm Beach, Florida son and Wild Turkeys, Butter == Now Open For Winter Travel.

built pressed houses forward for shelter.and fought The from Americans houseto J. D. MA THIS, Proprietor.Successor -E and Eggs, and a Full Line of :-: All Modem Improvements, Electric

house Over 40 of their officers were t ( to BrsnDlnj'i Bakery and Grocery Co) --- --- Bells, Baths, Etc.

shot down while leading the attack. 1 My Motto---Quick Salt and Small Profit*. Vegetables. a $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
On the way south from the Rio -- --
Bakery Goods and Address,,
Grande Taylor hAd fought two battle
at Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma. Family Groceries "" "THE PALMS,"

In this last battle, fought May 9, 1846.! -- --- 1-16-96 West Palm Beach Florida.W .
.....My Specialty.Goods -
occurred the brilliant cavalry chargeled .
by Captain Charles May on the EMail Orders from any Responsible 3
delivered free to -

Mexican May 9.batteries.1846. Taylor marched with ,I of the City or across the any Lake.part -E Parties in the County will Receive =-= liii A in every representative city and
AH Orders Given Attention.
1,000 soldiers from the battlefield of Prompt \ liI t
n r ii town in the Stare
Goods First-Class and Fresh. E Attention. 3
Palo Alto to the relief of the besieged prices paid for country produce.Buy Highest. Prompt to represent our
garrison at Matamoros. At Resaca de la -- -- firm tc solicit
Palma Mexicans of me and I wUl save yon mo"e.v. 6-1-97 -
8,000 disputed his P ror'signments. We will pay a good
i paaoga Their line was drawn behind a -r 4444 Xrnniis8inn. Write ns for particuara. -

ravine 60 yards wide, and the roadcrossing -- -- Stencils sent on application.
I at the center was exposed to !flew Store
fire from their cannon, which also were g: A Specialty is Made of Supplying Albert J. Bucky & Co.

chaparral trained to lining cover both the sides openings of the in road.the New goads t E-: Winter Cottagers, Yachts, Private .o 3 The Brokers and

splendid practice Taylor's cannoneers CAPTAIS, ROBERT E. LEE. E; Cars and Parties. Commission Merchants,
drove back the advance Mexicans until (In lJ.I7.. New prices..... -- --, -
their guns were massed in and behind shot tell After bombarding the cityone -- -- 14 Main St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
We welcome all our oM friends and 10-21-97
the narrow pass over the ravine. Soundsof hour Tattnall received an impera patrons and cordially invite strangers -
increasing battle at Matamoros the signal from the commodore to with- tn visit us. . == 11.18.97w

warned the Americans that there was draw for fear all would be lost Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and A. B. Campbell

not a moment to lose, and Taylor or- After the capture ofT Cruz Scott ....Optical Goods 11jl1 11jl1 11 11 l1jl1jl1jl1jl1jlljl1jlljl1jllJl1jl1jl1jl'jl' ,
dered Captain Charles M. May to charge pressed onward toward the City of Mex- (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House)
the with of ico, the the brilliant Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Jacksonville Florida.
guns sjuadron cavalry.To fighting on way ,
and Done. _ _
Neatly Satisfactorily n
cover the charge the American gun battle of Cerro Gordo. The late General
ners opened and drew the fire of the James Shields was one of the heroes at Only Optician in the City. Eye tented PIANOSOEGANS
Mexicans Then the gallant horsemen Cerro Gordo. At Contreras and Churn. free by hitest approved methods. The new
store wi 1 be In charge of Prof. pent Idner, LITTLE.BROS.
spud like lightning down to the ravine, busco, farther on toward the great city Graduate Optician, of Ki. g'. Optical C llene .
into and across it, leaping the enemy'sworb many brilliant personal feats were per- ="ew'orl... .
before the guns could be reloaded formed. At Chnrubusco gallant Phil Daily Papers and Peviodieals. Best Makes, Lowest" Prices

and trained to meet the onslaught. The Kearuy charged on horseback with a G. W. IDNER & SON, fertilizer 0 Phosphate Qompapy, Easiest! Terms.
cavalrymen cut down the cannoneers handful of dragoons to the outer walls Sheet Music, Music Books and Small J "
1st Door South Russell & Co.'s
with their swords, but so impetuous of the city. At the storming of Chapul- Seminole Blllc" Call on us Drug 102197E.H.DIMICK Store Instruments All Kinds at Rock
1 was the rush that the squadron swept tepee, Sept. 18, 1847 a host of gallant Jacksonville, Florida. .....Bottom Prices.....
on past the guns Gathering a handfulof soldiers, afterward distinguished in Write fur err.t'aratuine 9-I7-47

survivors May faced about and both the Federal and Confederate armies ,
charged again capturing the Mexican won high honor. More than 50 West Proprietor // you are requiring Fertilizers for JOHN! N. C. STOCKTOX, President

general At that moment a regiment of brevets were given for that battle to RAYMOND D. KNIGHT Vice-PresIdent.
Vegetables Pineapples Etc write to .
American infantry following May's men who became distinguished leadersin Palm THOS. P. DENHAM Cashier

gory path, rushed in and seized the bat- the civil war. Among these were us and we can give you more value JAMES[ D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.
Grant, Lee, McClellan, Joseph E. John-
tery.Finding that Taylor threatened to ston, Longstreet. Stonewall Jackson, Beach for your money than any other Manufacturer .

march to the interior of Mexico, Santa "Fighting Joe" Hooker, Beauregard, or Dealer in this State or .
Anna gathered an army of 20,000 of Pickett Armistead. Stunner Major National Bank oi
hit best troops and marched into the derson, Earl Van Doru. Sedgwick, 'Au-I Drug from any other State. Write for pamphlets .

valley of the Rio Grande to expel the ger and Fitz John Porter.In 11-12-97
prices etc. to above address. .
..... ,
of Cha-
Americana The armies met ou the geld the scaling of the castle Store.

of February 1847. at the puss in the pultepeo Captain Lewis A. Armistead, the State of Florida
leader in the front rank of Pickett's -
Angostura mountains, near the Hacienda the e -- -- -
of BUenA Vista The place was another charge at Gettysburg was the first man
Thennopyka A narrow causeway to leap into the ditch and place a ladder -DEALERS IX-

between steep mountain spurs on for scaling the embankment. This he -TRANSACTS A- -.
the one side and impassable water accomplished under a shower of bullets
conn** and ravines on the other was and hand grenades, but was woundedin G. G. SPRINGER
the only road by which the Mexican army the adventure. Longstreet. who was Drugs, Toilet Articles, GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.

could march forward. then a lieutenant, marched with his
his the in the heavy battalions which
Taylor deployed men on company
mountain spurs and on the crest of the followed up the attack of the light divi Fine Stationery and Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper of .
ravines. On the 22d Santa Anna demanded sion. He carried the flag of his regi- I Accounts of Bankers,-'

the surrender of Taylor's army, ment, and while waving it to cheer the Merchants, Manufacturersand
men forward was severely wounded. Druggist Sundries.PrptICriptioDs'u -
The flag was picked up by Longstrt-et's Individuals solicited....

companion, Lieutenant Pickett. Pickett r.-rully Compounded ICE
lr bore the flag to the very walls of the
castle, and while the battle raged on East Coast Business Solicited.WEST ANDEeMprators Capital and Sirplos $$190,000.

the right and on the left at the base of .PALM UKAni.( )-10 !>fi
'' t the hill he lowered the Mexican flag -- -

from its staff upon the dome of the castle Issue our own drafts to all the princi-

I ; then amid wild cheers, he flung CEO.S.HACKER&SONMANUFACTURERS Distilled WaterJI pal cities in Great Britain, Holland! ,
the colors of the Eighth United States
I infantry to the breeza Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy,

Robert E. Lee came out of the Mexi- Spain, Portugal and Germany.

r can war bearing the scars of battle and i
brevets for gallantry on the field. I JacksonvilleFlorida
many Ice Freezers and
( One feat that has been rehearsed a thou ; L S-lM1 I

; sand times around American campfires ( -

(c <> ScJ was the perilous passage across the vol- later r Coolers. Great
canio rock beds of Pl'
City of Mexico to carry vital dispatches s
between the divided wings of Scott's
c I army. The rocks were pointed so sharpas I FACTORIES -
I :: -
GtSEEUL ZACHART TATLOB.A to cut the shoes, the night was dark -- $500 If Taken At Once. g

demand which Tcylor declined in avery I and stormy and Santa. Anna's pickets Cocoa and West Palm Beach.Jan :
i 0"
brief answer It is said that Tay lined the way on either side. After sev- 80 ACRES
lor's representative in the parley, the en aids had attempted to cross and given Doors 17-tf of land 50 miles south of Palm i
late General Thomas L. Crittenden of it up. Lee set out alone and succeeded. Beach, within l!# miles from {

Kentucky, said to Santa. Anna at that Scott declared in his official report Sash 'f"-.1 .t, ."'i'f :'fAT.t"f: jBaggecgai' railroad and depot. 15 acres of l
time, "Taylor never surrenders! that it was "the greatest feat of phys- Blinds this land is fine high hammock, 1

Early on the 22d the Mexicans ad- ical and moral courage performed by -- just the land for oranges. Most
Tanced Taylor exhibited himself everywhere any individual during the campaign. MouldingsAND y
KIUIEB. of the remainder L
with the utmost daring A white GEORGE Plants good for pineapples. For information
borne, which he rode that day for the Builtling Material Strawberry
first time in battle, attracted the shotsof Doubtful. call on
the During a lull in the Pallette-Here s. a new impressionistic CHAKLKsTOX: S. C. J. H. LIVINGSTON
enemy I ,
All Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN B. BEACH
fighting the old hero sat with one leg study of mine. Fine Eh?
SQUTN.c { out
saddle, bullets D'Anbere (cntically--yrn-ypipe or 1& CO.,
over the pummel of the 41'SF IzriAANpIi MTUYe'Listjust
York Sexed cur friv I r IQ-l-cn "-4.97.. WEST PALM BEACH:: FL4.
tying all urea him. An aid SUiieif: pie?-New Fress I I tt


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ANNUAL MEETING AntonI;-Otto Stypmann, of St. Lncie -

;lht OCr.aitaI un. River;; H. H. Macbattie of Hobe Sound;

Of the Indian Hirer and Lake Worth and S. F. Gibbs, of Melbourne. .
f Pineapple Growiri' Association.
moved that the name
R. D. Hoke

a \GUY METCALF EDITOR. Yesterday being the first Wednesdayin I i D. E. Miller be substituted for that of ott 80.

January, the members of the L R. & S. F. Gibbs. OQQ FurCQ .

t MEMBER OF L. W. P. G.Association met, required Capt. W. I. Allen offered as a substi- ,

1 Florida by their constitution to hold their an- tute motion that the report of the Com-

Press Association nual meeting, and elect their officers mittee Oil all the names, except the last,

AFFILIATED WITH for the ensuing year. I' be accepted and that the Associationvote Jacksonville, Florida.

National Editorial Association. Jensen being the place where their: for its choice as between Messrs. b

meetings are usually held, and beingcentrally Gibbs and Miller. The motion prevailed The Largest Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods, Carpet, Cloak and

SUBSCRIP1 ION: located was designated as.the I and on a roll call the vote Clothing House in the State.We .
location and twelve o'clock as the hour ((22)in )
One Year fa adane
Ms Months,In adranee.- _-12.00_'1.00 for the convention.G. 1 favor of Mr. Gibbs, thus adopting the

, Thrw Months. advance SO C. Matthams. acting-president of entire report of the Committee on Nom are offering, Christmas Holidays
... before the
the Association, called the meeting to I ination.

.. rnuiHiD iTEir THCBSDAT AT WilT rin I order, and the minutes of the called The Directors were then instructed to Special Inducements to the Merchants of

IEACHDADECOCNTTVLOHIDA. meeting of last month were read by retire and elect officers of the Association the East Coast. We have a Full Line of

Secretary Moore and approved as read. and an Executive Committee. The result

i R1TISIO: AT THE POST fFPIC" IK WEST PALS Messrs.John B. Beach, L. S. Eldred, of that election was that-the following Dolls Handkerchiefs GlovesIn

BACH A:* SECOND-CLASS MATTES.Pionetr and W. R. Moses were appointed as a L were elected for the ensuing year : Toys, ,

t committee to receive and report on proxies President, G. C Matthams, of Lake fact all goods that are easy sellers for the Holidays.
I .
; and credentials, and all
proxies were
*WT >fD .l-Cnjnt>.aodthe Oldest Worth; Vice-President, C. L. McCarty, A
, j j (' .. handed in to them.G. .
i ulilir-tti.i Plurt.tatrtwranTrtwrllle9n1
,, Key Wert.RM.tdrerthingSGdintnnnthr.a. Board of Directors, begged the indul Jensen; Treasurer, W. I. Allen, of jars business in our wholesale department. We invite every merchant -

i =. genes of the members for submitting a sen Executive; Auditor Committee, C A. Robinson, Capt., of B.Eden B.; of the State to correspond with us, and all who have not

: ; Sewall Col W. G. Winans, and lOtto us, give us a ,
of Foriii.i.YiTr .
t I the year just past, explaining the inability .

i Ii of the Board to meet as usual, on Stypmann.The 9
I matter of an official paver for the "foli7 fure ott Co.
II the day preceding the annual meeting,
I >viLLE is TRYING to indue ttuInditin > Association, in which would appear all 10 21-97
owing to the disaster of a few days previous -
)K>\vr II nol l Luke Worth I'ine- official calls, reports notices etc., affecting
which had made it impracticablefor

apple Grown .\-ati- ;;ttiol! to maktheirlleadgoarter.at e the Directors to meet and prepare a the organization was next con
unanimous vote of the '
sidered, and by -
that 'lace; avery written report. The verbal report was "
Association TBS was
p I.lUoI.iIIt! > .-ffort, by the way. submitted and was accepted by a unanimous
adopted as the official paper. With the .
vote of the members. .
4 exception of one this paper has
James Andrews presented his report as been thus honored ever since the day PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL NOTICES.
ARltI\\I." FtW\1 Till \OHTI ..r.. it 1. Treasurer, showing a balance in the
the Association! was first organized.As .
rrl'llsillg" dait!. and the iniitttiur tredMiry of nearly two hundred dollars.
I I might be supposed, the effects of
now are that m ii ;pi'f'II'! t by far w'::1'! ': ltl'r saving paid the stockholders a div- the frost of Monday night proved to be W.. METCALF. De Q NOTICE OF AJPUCATIOH VTA tf2f.: ,'

viMt thi Mition I'lisi) aerl..TI ThuWer'id dyad ti twelve and one half dollars per DEScH ZG& .
i the of conversation and discus-
),hare. The report was adopted as read. subject ATTORNEY AT. LAW. YUKN0W
it.r"'f>.'tn the rI
Iwnefit it istc : sion on the part of the growers. While NOTARY PUBLIC. Notiec Is hereby lives that six i
U hul'!*,*!, of l bail th.'j"itors auJ \V. D. Edwards, auditor, made a hethen was a keen realization of the set Will prsctieetnOnnty.istaand FederalCourts. after this date OB bebatt ohM tate J.a l.*:l '.
the il'itt'll. port stating that be had examined t r ford.Executor of the Palate of ]. C i tang
II I back the disaster would occasion it
S5e books and accounts of the officers, and was LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. I land, deceased, shall All a baI ace us B(]
had found them correct. refreshing to see how little of depression Office THOPICIL $! vN Illock, shall apply to the County Jadjre ol Dad* ..:J
and West Palm Beach. Hade County f lorlda.GBOKOB ty, Florida for .. discharge from tksi
THE NATIONAL FISHERIES CONT.RE83 General Agent Porcher made a brief discouragement was expressed.The that you can buy a
ration of said estaU.713em .
general of opinion -
'1 will meet at Tampa on the 19th of report showing the business now being about concensus this the will K. ROBB1.1S. WALTER .. GKAHAM. 1 I $20,000 Bond from E. U. BBKL8FOR&
up was : damage
this month, end thin section should, handled and referring very briefly to the OBB1N8> & QUA HAM CO., Executor of the Estate of J. U. BnN
probably result in from to | the
thirty forty { Equitable Society
by all mean, have one or more n> complete report he had presented to the ,
prMentativea less
there. Will Directors and which had already bten per cent fruit being shipped than ATJQRHEYS-AT-LAW, and pay foritin twenty
I the
' County received and adopted, much of it having was expected a week ago. Will practice In all the room Mate and OTICE.
Commissioners appoint some one or read The compensatory features lie in the Federt Special facilities for examining and annual installments _
been the
at October meeting. perfecting land titles.
will the citizens select '..ne or more fact that high prices are bound to rule, We have doted our West Palm Beach office Do know lathe Circuit Court of
C. T. McCarty was called to that at Seventh Judicial: Circuit
upon report Any bualneM from the Lake Worth action you
't'prwentstive i both because of the in the or IB aid lor Dade n} b Cba10.,.
men a s delegates? If on his work at Washington, before shortage crop northern part of Dade Courty should be re. Florida. County
this section is to be and because of the protective tariff thatis erred either to our Tltusville or Miami office the end of twenty years ,
represented and Congress, as representative of the Ass and will receive proper attention. The Dade County State BAOK) -.-
there ia no question but it should be, ciatioa's interests in the formation of now m force and is certain to cut off Tttu.vmeBrcvard County and Miami. Dade (after you have paid Henry Lenbolm et aLIt /bl'__--'-
County, Florida. 10-21-97
a move should. be made in this matter the tariff bill. Shortly after starting the importation of cheap, small and Inferior all the installments) appearing from the affidavit of V.L

at once.FROSTY adjournment was had until two o'clock fruit from the Bahamas and West FRANK W. KIFK. D. C.CAMPBELL, calf solicitor for complainant BW tt .b

p. m., when Mr. McCarty resumed and Indies next season and thereafter while & CAMPBELL you can- above entitled cause, that Bear/ Leak
the tariff measure is in force. It i is lOPE one ol the defendant, ii. la his belleL a ..
WEATHER IN DADE. gave the Association a concise but lucid further conceded (A) Draw the principal of the resident of the State Florida, sad tait& '

statement of his efforts of the obstacleshe that more fertilizerwill ATTORNEYBANOCOU.98ELLORBATLAW. Bond in Cash with a dividend ad- place of realdeaee: b unknown to) the

The weather bureau caused no 1 little had to contend with, of the assistance be used and bigger and better, if 111 East Bay Street, dded,or aad that the defendant Is over tweetji*

1 disturbance last Friday when he received and of the final result, fewer, apples will be grown and the re 8-5-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. (B) Draw the dividend la Cash, yean of ae, and that there to no oae b ttfrlSttte
, sult will be bigger income from fewer ,the service whom would 1UICII
warnings viz the of the tariff
were sent to fruit and : raising to seven leave the principal wrti. the Sod defendant

F truck: men alone the coast of Dadeof cents per cubic foot on packed pineapples acres.Even those who H. C. HOOD, At1. D. ety and receive an annual income It Is therefore ordered that you,Henry!L*

( an approaching cold wave. and seven dollars per thousandon were disposed to takea ottt1,000Le.,5perceuR holm do appear to the bill of eompUiat I

i The first telegrams said fruit in bulk. The report was enthusiastically gloomy view of the situation concede PHYSICIAN AND 8VRQWH, ) for life.leavlmr the per annum berets, ou or,before the ..,
"frosty received and Mr. that it will take a few weeks to verify principal 3d Day of January A. D. 189*,
weather for Sooth McCartywas Once and Residence near Royal Polnrlana t>f the Bond
Florida and freeziiig to be pild to
their fears your
tendered a hearty vote of thanks and that then they have very Hotel PALM BEACH. 6-1-97 being the Bret Monday la the month.
for North Florida, Sunday morn for his hard and successful work likely overestimated the damage. All heirs at year death? It b farther ordered that this order be p*:

ing. Then came another setting the in all, the general feeling is not E U bed once: .. week for eight e-nseatrn
'' In pursuance of a resolution introduced one o E. W. PUGH, M. DMPHY8ICIAH Do you know that if weeks prior to said Third day of Jsnarft
date another day later. depression and but is in
in the forenoon by Jas. E. gloom the line 1898 THE TMp cii.8cs.a lewiiiapcrftVlished

Saturday' night the thermometerdropped Andrews, and carried by the convention, I of extra effort to overcome the setback, AND SURGE OH. you should buy such a In said County of Dade, State of fk

t to 30 on the west shore of the election of officers was made the with probable results but little, if any Office in rear.' Dlrtilck'i Drug store. Bond and should die Ida.Ordered ,
short of of estimates. Residence-We t side of Olive Street, 8 Doors this. let day of November, A I.:
lake Worth but a good wind, although order of the hour, and on the passage of : previous South ot Clematis: Avenue. after paying the 1897. A. F.QUI BY.

from the north-west, keptthe another motion to that effect, the Chairman '- 3-26.96 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. first (Seal] Clerk Circuit ConK

: I cold from settling, and Sunday appointed as a Committee on Nomination Call For a Muting of Property Ownari. installment, all further W. L METCALF, ;

of Directors, Messrs. W. J. n B. Pori-EK M. D., Solicitor for Complainant. 11-4-Sats
morning saw no damage done but own payments will be
much aprehension for the Allen, of Jensen, Jas. E. Andrews, ot The of West Palm

night. Sunday night found coming the Eden, J. E. Fnltz, of St. Lucie River, Beach are hereby requested to attend 3-23-93 PALM BEACH FI.A waived, and your heirs NOTICE IN ATTACHMENT.In .

thermometer down L. S. Eldred of Ankona and W. R. a meeting at Lauth r's Hall, will at once receive the

1 again in places, Moses, of Lake Worth. Thursday evening J A. PUGH. County Court, Dade County. Flu
s but the wind still kept and January 13tb, principal of the Bond
up no George A.Gale
A serious damage resulted. After quite a lengthy session of this at 7 p. m. sharp, as facto of vital DENTIST. (20,000) ? vs' } AltadUDeal.
Monday committee during which time the Association ) W.So Union. 3um sworm to,U 5a
importance to them Crown and
will he dis Bridge Work a Specialty.
night came, and with it the dreaded had an informal discussion on cussed. Members Local Anaesthetic need in Extraction: Do you know that To W. 8. Union defendant and all otbtr f..
of the
fall town council sons Interested
of wind with no rise in both of Teeth. :
temperature timely and instructive
are especially urged to be Teeth Ext acted Without Palo. such a Bond be Yon are hereby notified that a suit hai kM
and pres can issued
it was that fruit and the Committee of Nomination finally OFFICE-tth Door from Cor Clematis Ave. Instituted, and is ;
ent. and now pending. In the CoUfl'
J. W. St.
plants suffered whatever injury may reported a list of Directors as follows : 7-2-9 WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA.. for $1,000, or for Court of Dade County, HorWa, by C orp A..tj

have befallen them Cot W. G. Winans, of Eden; Capt. H. Chief of Fire Department.5u'bSQr1 $100,000 G&le'VI. W. s. Union, wherein the toUofr,

But ?nc thing prevented widespread E. Sewell of Sewall's Point; W. R. I T. DANIEL or for any described property, lying and being ii cold 4

long tin period that preceded the Do you want to knowmo..e The Knit half of Noith-West qoarttr u.
COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLOKIDA.1-JW8 East half of SouthWest quarter sod West 5.- -Zi
cold wave. Hud the ground been U. S. WEATHER BUREAU about this NorthWest .' :
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. Bond quarter and West h&Ud Ouet1 _
moist and the plants full of sap the west quarter and undivided half latent h '. '

t result \\\JI.j! 1I1't"I'o -arily have been JunTu, FLA., Ian. I, IScj8, \WALLACE' R. MOSES, Then fill up and mail East fractional hall of Section Sixteen (II)i .J
Weather Report for the month
ending Dee. 31, 18g7. Barometer corrected the Township 'orty-Sis (46) 8uaib,BaupF rtJ- _
I dire i illd\*d it Succenor to A. couponbelow.
; it' was setback W. Robert
a to for Three
temperature and elevation. 8 A.11. and 8 P.M.observations. 75th meridian (48) East. Dade County Ffcrtda: alii 'c
I 1't. fJ nit in exposed places is about time. Comparative temperature for the years 1895, 1896 and 1897. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, One (1) Mule One(I) Horse wagon OM( ) _

the sum total of cl.uriKge.T u Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots, also Single Harness,Fourt4))Potato Forks,OaIIt) /'

the truckers in I DIRECTION UD :r :1 .i i I-TXWPXRATUHE.: West Palm NOTARY Beach PUBLIC.Water Works. COUPON.PEREZ Weed Hoe One tl) Scythe and Raat .Oat(I) ')
some places the .. 1+397. Hoe,One
i 0 -M VELOCITY ;; I 1896.1 I 11'3.' Clematis Avenue, near Olive Street. (1) Cultivator Twot2) MattmM
effects were more serous. Many .. L7:: or WIN D. !
I lo.t then: 'nIirrerur vhilein :.;!. r >; :! \ WEATHER. : :II'I "." :: :II::: $ :::: ,.... L I S Manager, tight Harness, One [1] Powder Gum,One tU <
t many I .. : 0 1I 1I t" I. ro :x :x l'I. II I UY I. METCALF The Equitable Life of N.Y. Fork, One (1) Sprinkler, One IU Shovd wl .-
cases ailj >initi.i fieldehcsiptnl.I However ?r Ma.m. I P. m' ,I :-I< < : I S"I :C.C .3i.Ie I. i (i One (1) Packing HouHe. That theater***

there is p'enrv i>f time to .. I 1 i I't NOTARY Jacksonville, Florida. Mid W. s. Union In said has bM f
replant 1:1 jl E .19INW..Ill E.. 271 1.091Cb : ............ -PUBLIC property
Jin-1 still! 2':31)14h..O4ISE... Os an... 16 .051 Partly Cloudy\69\75 78' For the attached 'J
vejv-iMen 67 7 7ti State
get into tio Florida
: .. 6/t11'11' IIIlIH of at I
:: a'l TSE." 14158... O/t SE..21 Large. would like
to Now
..... .. .. 201 Partly Cloudy 73178 HO 72 7ti 60 47 54 611 51 61 Deeds receive an example ,therefore the said W. S. UnloB ..* _.
market Ht It'-inf dimf's: ; .ir!.tr 4'. U; ; O&IS. .071 .....191 .00 Clear..?......?... UIH lilJ Mortgages, Leases and Contract ail other
; + 611
U .. ( .. 16 53 persons Interested WqnlreiUo
; .w. t4 INW T Partly ('Ioul, 71 717672 DraltCOlIVeyallclllg of are hereby!
thai! otht-r tr' ck rxs-i \W ..141 N ...04lsw..nl GM 81 6U ;5146 52 your 20-YEAB ENDOWMENT
: : ;! <'N"'> ': : .00lPartly 'I"udy 5158 66 51 5M' 75 60 I64 IIti 45 56 a Specialty. appear to aid action OB or brfu

1xu1'grn\\.rn( h.c' IIr.\'j H.d! fur) ; .- I ::" ,.11'.07NE..l3INE..17:;...... k:?..? .?.. .OOIPltrt".O01CIoudy.Cloudy. ,,,,, 5771 j172! 75\68\ 679( 65172 71'346M All Office Work Guaranteed In Legally Correct. BOND adapted to the first Monday February, A. D. 189, *
TBOr .
.. .: I I!qo., ..., lmv! :.. ..151E ... 24 .04 .."". 72 81' 7'117til7/1 6,. 72 :.1o SDH Block. judgment by default will be catered aia!** "
b,|.'.1 all t""I'\, and 11rs! \\. "i.: 1 1/1/=. ,14N E.? 131 E...... E .?..1 T Clear.Cloudy......?._.-...?.. 78171 72 78 77 77 69 68 7211'18 78 78' 66I79I6MI53161 West Palm Beach Dade County, Florida. my age.I said defendant
i 11 8U'tvINW..07 .. 111 E.....14 I .00 l'Iear....... ... .
tin : VIH re-p: i':MI);; and thus / ? ? 66/70 7ti 62 69 72 581621'iJ Witness my band and said CM*
:get 1: 2r W.....0:1 W...?0-11 Yo' .. Oti .OOClear ... 1.Jli15-i T the real of
t: !:w !IIij' 0Wi.07Ii.- 71) 79 6-i 7 751601ti1l16 1 H. LIVINGSTON was born on the........... WI let day of
tii4;' t' :. oil IIi' )iertilizer '" : .00 Partly Lloudyl6M 71 711 titi 72 77 day of November. A. D. 1897.
alrt'aol.r in .
H'\I' !I.ils..0. ... 524649
; ?O7ISW .23 i .81 t'oudy._.... 68' tUI77! 1 65I7)1 (Seal.]
64170 76 A. r. ,
ttt- ;:rO6.. : and! the henefit of bOil al-J.r'nd.v 15ia0 J W.,04IN.OMINW, ..U .()OI Clear......?....... )60j6i 55160 721I$166,tiM 613950 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE QCUIBY ,_

1613026, 5.....,09I/E.l31 E ..15I/ .011 Cloudy.?_.?._ 5M ;) 58 58' 7511 ........................ ? CterkCooBtjCosrt.
71 ....
broken up and Kw tened. 17130 30IE.._. E..051 .._16 .00 Cloudy_ ?_ 70 72174 6M 71172 :51 5563 Sixth Judicial District Dade County Florida ........18....,.... I. METCALF
11'11-10 E.?...071 E......101 E..- ......_.. 71 ; 62 7816/t 70
.00IClordy. 217571
In two weeks, tin we are informed 19130 2-11 E..OiIE..OHI E.?.. 13// .OO/\oully./ ......_ 727317771 7-i1r5 60 ti8 73 86 70 Office in Massey Block, Attorney for Plaintiff. 4-B7-8M

by the jrardner of the Ea.t Side Olao 201:......06I..E. ....O/t'E.15 OO1CIoudy. ..... ..?..,71i3177174 71i 57 60161i 66 78 75 li5,69 7-'9.97 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. Name................. -
hotel 2 t) O'IS.o I ; :ls .. .07Is..19 .OOIParll, Clulldy 7171 711 69174'62 II-II\/t 70,72 ...................... -
2: 3t) Ols\\ ...03 W..031 7a 64 68
W.14 00
premiseM, no tra::a will l he visible of Y3 3U 1W'W.04 V..... .... /Partly Cloudy 69175 HI 6M 76163 4M156 75 670
/ .121 .16.00 Clou.ly............ 70 67 74 66 70 6\1 H M. D. L. DODSON.
243013; VW..o7 \ 574 til 68 Bargains in Land
the cold wind that TjC7oudy _._ 61
other quarters send prevailed in while 26130 25,3014'ME o51SW.' '.?.o91S..O u S..I5IS..2! .....16 1 Tlrartly\ .Cloudy.?.......... 72 71/74 70726066715161756168 75/70 72/66 5t/ $/76 66171 Add res .................................... ,

equally encouraging 8U191NN'U6IN 1 .'..061 ,,:..191 6ICloudy ........ 6619 6172. 7 i571fU Hll l14. 10.21.97 At from I']to M of prices oa adj iniB, k1d
ports. Flo ida) U rapidin 2'I T'O 28 W..06S.OlISW..I61\ ) .... .?.?.. 5HI6016 55) 58 6017 72 62! Muck and fruit lands for sale ID }acct 15d't
291:1032 "W..l1 .. : .: .20/CloUdy./ ........... 50 58166' -I9H 78 68 6,75, 62 68 wards) lots, atye per.crc. during qt tlsdLant
recuperation THE Snx venjtures {0140 2S NW..U61N..02V..17! .1101CIear....___. 7073157 65 Miami Florida. "
52 -
,, 58 n / uu rroii b onn i"
.illO 1$1N W..Otil N. ...U41N, W,17 62166,50 HO 69 74 8. >
the that those .O01CIear. ....?..... 53 32 69172 s.I nf-andknowBasthe HjpoluiO Gstdvs
prediction who 56 iT 5 I Try THE SUN for Job Work.UNDERTAKING t& belt lands ID the l'ouaty Tlusl a

turn in to recover lost time and progress Summary for the Month. PRAHKUN SHBKN. GEO. O. BUTLER ere.special offer for vegetable and pineapple |W" I

will, ii six months time, be un- Yean Barometer 30.15: Hlgbellt Barometer, on the 29Lb, 80.33; Lowe SHEEN & BUTLER Easy TuJDa-.6 per unto on dtlerrd M}'
un the Hlb, 29.88. Barometer, ments. For further particulars enqulr ol
able to appreciate really serious
any Yean "emperature, 690: Highest Temperature on the SURVEYORS AND CIVIL EHQIHEES8. SAM BROWN )
22Dd. 830: Lowe JR., (Owner ,
effects from what at first threatenedto on the 291 b. -i90: Greate Daily Range 01 TewpentureOD Office at Wen Palm
the 8111t f1I
; bast Cocoanut Grove,
be a dire disast..r. Range of Temperature, 011 the 18tb. 40. Yean Temperature for thlll month In 1888,Dally 63 Selecting ndgradland mapl fornltihed. GEO. H. MALTBY.
ioo*, iv-; nw.ojiaai 71-; 1892, 67* ; or W. I. MBTCALP. West Palm BeA
This is a great State. Her peopleare '. 1893. 68; 1894, 66-189", 6-10i 1896, 660 and estimating timber locatIng -
1697. 69 a
Mean Temperature for this month for 10 and IIjleCl&lly. Carelul -- '1' M. B.
resllur<'t'ful. Her recuperative years, 67 correct work guarantePd. All LYM AM, Lantana, Fla.
marvelous. Her 'T'H'uNT'000'' Wind XW-: Total Movement of Wind 6,886 mlle mUDlcalloD by mall receive prompt sttencea con_ Care and 1.JtJ
are independence v UlUlmum Embalming
powers Blul of
Wlud. Direction and Date 28 miles per hour on the 25th. 8. WEST !BEACH. .. the Dead _-
has let her PAL 117 _
never people for Total FLA.
1'reeiAtatiuo,1.96 Inches; Number of days on which .01 inch A5 20 Years' -- -- --
assistance from a neighbor or far tim fell 8: Total Palpitation (in aches) for this month in 1888, 8.25 or; 1889 more, 0.36 Preclplta. Experience WHEN in Jacksonville be lure tad Nit i

away State, and even Nature has 266189114518924.44; 1893,1.83; 1894, 0.99 1895. 6,27: 1896, 3.251897,1,96; 1890 WILSON WEATHEttFORD 'II your Old Friend, who will surpri* :-
seemed to hare a partial smile and Average P capitation lor this month for 10 years\ 2.65 inche*. ga' Funeral you with Bargain in '

helpful hand for this great 'otnmon- I .NOTK-J-rewqreBedoc Number o.Cloudless Days? toleyei.8;1 Partly.Cloudy, 9; Cloudy, 14 TONSORIAL ARTIST Supplies, in Stock. Dry Goods, Clothing andGenU'

wealth I' _
/i W.Fl14tNE1 Obteryej Wewjjej Bgrejn Shaving Parlor next door to Post-Office Telegraph Fuinishlngs.... ...-
1-7-97 Qa1l Wail, $afbtt II 1'9"11 'anaitllre Store, wet Palm D. SINGER, Manager,
Itcii1 f 4TIg1r" II Bridge Street Near Ba,.
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THEY'.SAY-' < canon visiting.....Jacksonville. m. E. ORUBER DEALER HARDWARE IT
model "* *
charming little book ,
for ; :
a man's best
and cheapest law .
children baa been received -
by as entitled yer is his wife. :
"Patience Pigeon's ,FORMEN'S ......
Diary That it is appointed to
man once to and
Aged Eight." It.U issued from the die, and it is an appointment he has to FURNISHINGS.We Crockery

Franklin Publi thing Hoube of At. keep. carry the Largest Line of
lanta, Ga.. and written Glassware,tamps and Lanterns.
by one of That the rights women want is all Hats andNegligee
our well known resident catwoosa, All Kinds of Boat Goods.
ladies of they.have and as many more as they CM _KOW
Palm Beach. Dire Enoch Root. < can get. t ", ,_, Shirts Stores,Tinware.Doors,Sash and Blind

The contexts relates the daily say 'That most men grow old before they tote found in the State. Sole Agents for All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods.

ings and doings of a natural but know it; Knox and Youmans Hats. Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stove

somewhat sensitive .little child. That women generally grow old before Everett Block.rag W.Bay Street. Harrison Bros.Ready Mixed Paints 1H-97
3CU Ord Qt..A Prompt
told in a most delightful and .realis they let anyone else know it. _8-197 jAfKSONVII.I.Eo FLORIDA. t r

tie manner. The characters and incident *1 hat' old age always bankrupts the -- '- .' 1
', ; :
bear unmistakable evidence of woman whose face is her fortune.

having been drawn :direct from nature. That woman for her sphere wants I BRELSFOUD :BROS.

The quaint unconscious humor the earth and all that is therein. Seriously Are you getting,the best butter for your table

and underlying pathos will not That pink lemonade and peanuts were You know how easy it is to spoil a

only interest the young, but prove the progenitors' of pink teas, and ..chest NOW, Good Meal with poor butter. A good deal RealEstateandInsurance

attractive as well to older readers. nuts. ? of anxiety on that score can be avoided by getting your Latter

Healthy, true to nature books of That when your girl 'allowS'YOIl: to from us. Palm Beach, Florida.

thU( character! in an age wheu HO print a kiss on her cheek you should Of course, every store will assure you that they keeponly

much pernicious sensational reading always print a large edition. after Notary FtxblieCottaggs to Rent.
the best butter, but the eating of it is the proof
is pat forth for our youth's That if the voters were forced to
perusal, all, and the price is :;generally sure Criterion of quality.
will be appreciated by those obey the laws they make, they would re We.have 6.1.97 1'ost.Offiee Building North of [Joint ana Hotel.
parent Good butter is scarce and not so easy to pet. .
who desire peal over half of them.
children to start overcome that difficulty and our butter is always tit be depended
forth into the world with true and That an indulgent husband is a good upon. It is the very best New York State butter
wholesome ideas thing to have, if he don't indulge too
of life. pinch.e 35 cents per pound. 3 pounds for $1.00. JSAM0B1.X,. STOREK. GEORGE H.CHASE. KILBCRN POWERS. ..
The introduction is written by th .

well know promoter of the Congress That it was the worm that had been ..... BURKHARDT'S ESTABLISHED 1865-
of Religions at the Worlds Fair the out all night that the early bird caught.

Rev.John Henry Barrows; of Chica .That the Santa Claus that brought one S.LLSTORER&CO.Wholesale

go. In it, he says: "I have been turkey is now serving time in jail to .
I pay for it. .
charmed by Mrs. Root's: picturesquerealism.the'photoKraphic i ,
That as,long as man knows there isi
accuracy of Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida Commission Dealers
her touch something he don't know, he will try to \
with regard to what bright t Miami The Most Southern Railroad Point in
find it out I .
children see hod think. and Shippers of all Kinds of. .
That a colored servant don't always "J the United States.
The kindly wi; which
Irish Accommodations for Guests Hotel Homelike and Comfortable.
mean a green girl. 200
us laugh U mingled, with the best of Lobsters : : ..
Dhristian lessons. When Louisa M. That feeding a hen on layer'cak'e IH6-97 S. GRAHAM Proprietor.Hotel ".
won't always make her lay.

Alcott passed away, English speaking That you can cut a deck .sometimes . . . . . . . . . . . . .
children the world over, felt bereaved. Fresh Fish :
using your knife. :
The many who will read .
That Gus Anthony claims his Christmas ,
this book will be sure that much of f :
girl is the dearest of them all.
Mb Alcott's spirit has entered into .
another's ht art." That it is more polite to break biscuits : : Turtle.

Many of the illustrations will havea whole.at table than to try to swallow them Are excellent eating when you can get them FRESH. That is the ....0...

local interest from the fact of i
their That some people live in such small only way we have them. We gel them,fresh here Every Day from : Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
representing well known
Hike Worth. children of houses they have no room for complainLThat : the finest oyster beds in Indian River and open them to order any 11-18-97 16 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.
women are taking to drinking '
-asAnother want them-serve them the haif shell fill
way you on or your order *
soda.water with a wialCia,it ,_ .
Good Cr p.I That the only order to give a book for a gallon or a barrel, Call and see as at the City Dock. :

Capt. B. )f. Potter, although agent is one to "git." '

man, is one of the older residents of young thi That you should never sit down on : GARDNERS OYSTER HOUSE T. V. CASHEN,

section having lived here for a dozen the spur of the moment unless you want ...- .
yean or 10; andbelieving that our white to get up again quick. -,> '

and land was good for something, he, That a woman's will lasts longer than : 1-.98 f FRANK C. GARDNER, Proprietor. : '- Manufacturer of and Dealer in

several years secured ; ,, ,. .
ago. quite a tract a man's wont. .
of the best ridge land there .t : .
found was to be That grass widows have a right to . . .". . . . . . . . . .
south of town. wear weeds. YELLOW FINE LUMBER
As soon u able he planted oat pinetppta -
That one woman in this town although
on some of it, and last had
year a
crop from some two acres-18,000 not a loose, neither is she a spring IT } "BOTE'tNeJ $Kiuse;..best jiwpmmcxlatious on the '
plantsto '
sell. These gave him exactly 400 chicken.' HLJ FRE'SC'O l !0 I O I I Coast; table first-class, and every .find Tim erg. .

crates of pines which he shipped to di That too many women now-a-days and comfort; hot and cold

ferent Northern markets, from some fare self-possessed one else seems to baths; modern improvements; center of the famous pineapple section; close

which he received very good returns. want them. to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance. Mouldings. Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work,

and from others very poor, in one casea That matrimonial bonds are assessed Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates.
Terms Moderate.J. .
shipment of over fro crates to Cincinnati oftener than they pay dividends.

bringing him no returns whatever, That this town is longing for the ad L. JEN: 'SEN, Proprietor, Jacksonville, Florida. 10-23.97

but in spite of all drawbacks the net re vent of the poster girls.
was 335 oo. That when an irresistable force strikes
His expenses here for working fertil tfT Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River. 11-15-97:

izing. gathering, crates, nails, wrapping an hurt.immovable object both women get The Southern Fuel and C
paper and hauling to the depot was -- Supply Company
That before we stop all immigration I
| ,
19.00 leaving him a clear balance of
we better be sure that Americans are
fn6.au a* his profits from his two acres II The JacksonviileFertilizer Co Wholesale And Retail Dealer In-:
of land. In addition he had about capable of self government.

|tooooworthofalipa, but as he used That very few widows refuse to be:4fortedby .' Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cern
another ,
most of these himself he man. .
them in his profits,although they rightly That some men, haven't enough .spiritto ent Shingles and Laths.
belong there. furnish a ghost for a mosquito. ,
E. SUDLOW .lUufa snot
His pines are all of the common, or That there may be as good fish in tbe ,
red Spanish variety, but from extra fertilizing sea as ever were caught, but some men Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.

and cultivation the fruit wvery as wilt never catch them. ostPineapple and Vegetable Fertilizers
large and fine and ,
being pickedoal That there may bave been some 1

when in proper condition' for tribes of Israel, but we have never ...AND DEALERS IN....
Office 408 West Street.
shipping and properly wrapped and missed any. Bay

every packed crate, he bad arrive the at good its fortune'northern to have destination That some men don't care a button, (Cotton (Seed Meal, ground f ftobacco, 10.28.97 -Jaeksom/ille, Florida.
unless it happens to be a suspender
in good condition and bring the
top market price his loss at Cincinnati button. ....... And (All haw Materials,

just being when due that to his market shipment was arriving so glutted there every That woman every man her bias.has nis prejudice and' At Lowest Market Prices. "New Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves

that even when sold at the best pri That Charlie Miller knows that bicycling t-f.Send for Pamphlet before purvhasiuz. 12-16-97
his pines brought barely enough to cey strengthens the knees for his girl

freight and commission. weighs iSo pounds. Standard Light'g Co's Vapor Stoves

Ben hated to give us this report for he That a woman succeeds in making a

claims that his profits should have been fool of a man if she gets him to propose. OUR EAST: COAST AGENTS: -
fully twice what they when the -e_
sue, were TdIO EAST. COAST J H Niver.Daytona J C Frink, StuartW
quality and condition of his pinesae.c HOTEL 1tRlI{ '1LS.w P Shryock New Smyrna M E Gruber West Palm Beach
taken into consideration but lays ... Frank T Budge, Titnsville :M B Lyman Lantana
the blame on the extraordinary to Edward Stiling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co. Fort LauderdaleGeo
! prices that this fruit in Park Cottage. F Paddison & Co, Ean Gallie Jordan & Spivey, Lemon City
brought the
! Northern John Kulb BrooklynN \iC Dome,Jack- Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallie D R Knight. Lemon City
' markets last summer. I i mville. Ha Mr Frank L Hunt, Mitu I M A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, :Miami
His prospects are good for a bigger,. Thrmetee, Ralph A Hunt and Dolly Hunt, Geo E: Coon, Jensen W W Culbertsoii, Cocoanut Grove
sod if anything better crop this coining Chicago; Wm Edgar Stephens. !Augustine;

Mason, and for is in nest,hopes of having. a better Collage J N Oamberlain 1'ity, Ma.Wm and wife, MaxCr-jtmberlain Wilson: lie Hart,.! of Florida Offers The Raymond D, Knight Co.
report us lime. We 1
hardly .
Maas.Semiflole I
Edith .
Tauipa; Haaly
think he has much cause to complain -.- SOLE STATE AGENTS,

even if his profits fail to come up quite I jo.2i.9T Jacksonville, Florida.
to fun an for .
acre most Northern farmers
would think themselves fortunate 1:baa BenniQXton, Hoboken N J; Harry Srr- ----
gent, W M Ru-".ell I,Jmknouyille;S Ueim lie I-
ooe-fifth of that amount on almost l.ind. Port threes; K S !lender kn I Wire, AlU..y Great
any of their ciops. S \; M K King and wife C.'Webb, Ali Advantages
Capt. lien M. Potter is the present \ IalllIo S topper, 1'ajne, Miller; Long THOS. NOONEY & SONS

manager of the Lake Worth Fruit Co's.I UUn.lNW B Henijr Augusta, tia; L S ,
Scuble Jacksonville MN J trunk, Miami; D
plantation at Mangonia but his post T Le,Atlanta; N IS Collier,Jacksonville
office address is West Palm Beach ..- Commission Merchants

I where any requests for further information 'The Palms. To Settlers in the way of ,
will reach him and receive his attention. I
(i yuamtance,Lake City, Ha; M T rfhbuernd
St Luui S Fi.k Worthington and -IMPORTERS-
--- "ife ; Perfect Climate, Productive Soil,
wife. N Y: It II Koll Like CUT, tla; Ue E
Services will be held at the Cong t2-- Ha E A Mann, Boston;
Blender ; /
Choice Fruit Lands Rich Garden Tracts Foreign and Domestic
Rttional Church as usual. SundaySchool 11.1 Lours, Kauiond M Lours,('i'n'inrati.Mrs; ,
at 10 a. m., the Lord's Supper W M leuucU.hce It l.rnnett.Vaah>ngtou
D C u'dliam Edgar Stephen St Augifetme; Sugar Cane and Good Schools,
tad Christln ;
reception of .
members at IL Fruits and Produce
C liau.man. Mrs K W liausman I'Utabnrgh,
Endeavor at 6,30 p. m., and preaching Pa-John f Lotett, Miuicu Tobacco Areas, Plenty of Churchesand ,

service at 7.30 p. m. The Ari on -,.,_

the Chorus evtning.Sl will.lead the service of song in Earmia House.ItohTt countless ways to earn a competency WHOLESALE I"'f ) OCr'R' C:

E.Carter and.-If.,.uwa tv: lme Me- l-".. \\., rt\ v !
Tampa Frank Drichscl New York
CPI efcf r r Tif! Sp. >alias ity;Ida M B M"Sbeuerly raoion' and,frall wife, Kuahulle,Itch Ind;I I I COME TO DADE I J AQXSONVILLEJ; : FLQE"I D.t\. JOoZ811 i iTEE



: IF

ti i

6. lit!

.y.tf sent every effort of the white man to ESTABLISHED 1874.
get them to go away? banking business & Comst'
For the best of reasons, since this arid Conducting commercial a legitimate lines Kingsland :
INDIANS WHO LOOK OUT FOR THEM- nook in the hills gives them a better upon strictly ,_
SELVES. living than their brother Indiana get on -THEFirst -- tg

, I. .... Who Owm Cattle Sheep and Farm Their the most very fertile name reservation explains it in all the, for state.they : Rational Ml of f Florida No. 5 Fulton Market, NEW YOIUt.-

. are known as the Hot Springs Indians. ,
A Frotpneu" Bud That "Live. I. Bat Tea out of the rocky hillside gushes a WHOLESALE DEALERS IN All KINDS OF FBI I

I Wet.r*-Th. Whole BiuiiMM la the it
hot sulphur spring, which flows, U, -AT-
[ .'BuM .f Womea Cheap Sanitarian. baa Bowed for hundreds of yean, Jacksonville Florida
, ,
The American Indian: has been in through a narrow ravine on the banks Solicits the business of merchants, planters" and fruit growers. All accounts have Fish
little mndvillageiabniltThe
, of which their
I "hot water" ever since the first white ......personal attention Florida T
water is BO hot as it pours forth and sold
visitor to this country found him living Drafts on England and the Continent bought ;
and flows down the gulch that it will
here. It baa not always been the fault on iavovabl tens.
blister the hand if thrust into it, and it COOLEY, Cashier.
R. C.
I, of the white man that in some localities JAMES M. SCHUMACHER. President
la so highly charged with sulphur' and 10.3197
where the red men were formerly
very elements that it has
other medicinal a ASpeeialin i
I numerous they have been quite exter
reputation second to none in the country t
minated. At times indeed they have
for the of rheumatism and like GO.
core &
I\4 been ilaves killed without without right as cause in Mexico and made and complaints. And so, having perceivedthe j- D.tORN{ .

, the West Indies. virtues of this wonderful spring n.at* Solicited. 1145 (

1 I We recall that most of the English many years ago and knowing from the ;: 50 EAST BAY STREET, Jacksonville Fla.
traditions of their ancestors that its wa ,..- --
i settlers of America started out by treat
ing the Indians with fairness, or at least tare have cured many afflicted people, THE GREAT MONEY-SAVING STORE.We .
the Indiana have erected rude HOTER i 4i
l they did not intend to murder or make present with sell at Wholesale and Retail. Special Prices to Merchants. Write for quo- NEW SEMINOLE 4t
bathhouses, which furnished
. slaves of them, as did the Spaniards of they tati. ns. Our Mail Otter Deportment is given very careful and prompt attention.
wooden tubs and which rent out to
I I the southern countries. The pilgrim fathers they Below we quote a'few prices that will attract the eye of Bargain Seekers:
who from far and
paid Massasoit for the land and patients come near. ,y
That is why it has been said that they Only Brick Hotel in Town. :
corn they took aDd William Penn made
j live in, or rather by, hot water, for their
treaty whereby he acquired a large WEST PALM BEACH, FLA :
bathhouses yield them a fine annual income ,_
amount of land. To be sure the prices
I paid were very small and in the light of end they are probably the richest Has'recently been completed, built ia the :
red in all these Q" .
men parts. THE SEMINOLE
modem times betrn quite inadequate ,. .ef
! Their simple huts of "adobe" or O "1 ; stantial manner and elegantly furnished; Eon tIIqt ,';
but that they paid any price at all O b Ljnq
mud line the left bank of the Worth and commanding magnificent,
brick ravine high ground fronting Lake
have taken it force
r when they wight by ,...
shows that they were muted by a spirit in a double row. Each house consists ,p. ed view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes frog all direction
mainly of one large room, with a 5
j of fairness. and Service Strictly Firet-C1aas.
, Yet in pite of a spirit of friendliness mud fitor and roof of thatch at cne end ...... I .... ..... cO ;: Cuisine .
and mutual forbearance the red men a huge fireplace and at the other a big ::::: -' ..... Rates: |2 per.fay and vp. Speda1l&tu" lie Reek or Ees& -
oontinntil to dwindle and melt away be- bed the space between being filled up ti N :::ICo
I with all of household GEORGE ZAPF
fore the advance of their white brothers sorts furnishings.Some :) ;: Hanag
of the Indians have 11-4-97
separate 0 :
: It was the inevitable progress of civilization '
I houses, which they rent to white paBASHFCLISDIAISMAIDENs V Oq .
I before which the Indians could not

I exist. The mode of living of the aborigines -- ----- t3 :","J \ h POPE McLAURIN JACISON tfAf/R1
! conduced to this end. Now there w a ._,

was that same Massascit, who, though ?: .
" a great chieftain, yet lived in a wretched .0
Fruits and Produce
hut and mb.-i.-ttd upon the scanty a ro ......
I gleanings of the toil and sea. ..00 to_ '
Like him lived all his barbarian 'OW
1 brethren m the east, along the Atlantic a w LN Commission Merchants. ,
coast and as far west as the Mississippi

valley. Cut when the territory in which s .... N t; Fancy Grades of Butter and Cheesy ,
lie our present states of New Mexico /
and Arizona was reached it was found N We Solicit Your Business.We :1
that some of the Indians were dwellingin <0-
'Cp only sol eft the business of Merchants and Will Not fill orders from Coa---of" ,
permanent villages of stone and mud I This Elegant Parlor should buy from their b..nw deaten.BD. INt1f 'ii
bones These then, are about the only tients and when these are all filled they 1:3
I Lamp Only 99 Cts
ones who have ruaiiuaiue 1 themselves quarter upon each other and give up
J intact as against the advance of the their own dwellings to the sick ones. Decorated Bowl with B

white man's civilization. They do not do this from any inclination Star Oil Heaters $2.90 and Shade to match. S. HAIRBS. E-S.1

t After our great government was of hospitality, however, but charge HAINES
1 founded and well established we did all "four bits" or 50 cents, for a lodging 450. BROTHERS,
\ we could to make amends for the losses and "two bits" or 25 cents, for each Write for Oil Heater Catalogue.
i the Indians had suffered at our hands, meal, the latter being furnished in a Machinists and
and instead of taking from them with- small board shanty run by an enterprising I

out pay their lands and hunting groundswe red man.Perhaps .
bought them. In certain states there it should be said though -AGENTS FOR-
are settlements of Indians who are se- that the whole business is in the hands
cured in the possession of vast tracts of of the women for they do all the workof The Gas' Engine and Power Company.

t land and who are making good progress cooking, making the beds, renovating Repair Parts for their Motor in Stock.
; in education and the arts of peace. the mattresses and linen and providingthe
There for instance, are the Cherokees, towels and baths while Mr. "Lo"
who u a tribe are far richer than any merely stands about lazily or loafs in Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a Specialty.

j equal body of white people in this country the sun-and collects the fees. Althoughno
; who have schools and colleges immense longer wild and dependent upon the OUR
and fertile farms and live happily chase fur a living, still Mr. and Mrs. SPECIALTIES:

and peacefully by themselves. One "Lo"remember the ancestral traditions,
of their number years ago invented a one of which is that the woman is the Repairing.... Installing....
Cherokee alphabet and their rulers servant and the man her lord and master. Alarm Clocks, Fully War- Gas Gasoline
seem wise and upright. But they seem reconciled to this ranteed 65 Cents. Complete, Isolated Lighting
f arrangement The Daisy Oil Stove sere Vapor Hot-Air and and Pumping Plants for domestic
j Those who still persist in leading. and there ia never any distension Steam Engines, and Scales of use operated by gas
. ; wild and roaming life even are looked about the division of the spoils. 1 Burner only 35 Cents all makes and capacities. gasoline, steam or water. .
the The whole Y.Sotice to All While fluking in our City, :2 "
; r upon aa wards of our government community shares in the 75
we cordially Invite you to make ui a call. U II Inventors' Model Con tpu.t.d with .....
and are protected in their rights so farM benefits derived from the spring, and the 3 99 .y and Dispatch.
! possible. Schools and educational in receipts are equally divided. And these J. D. HORN & CO. 105 East Bay ;ALA.1Q.q7
atitutionsof advanced grade have been receipts are not small by any means, JACKSONVILLE .
I I founded for their exclusive use and all for, though they charge only"two bits" SucceMori to F. William,Son i Co. Office and l "to J';'
have been assigned! reservations upon for a bath, yet they have many visitors, 10 !l.97 Foot or WorStrueet Ja \)oiuille, Fl' .

I which no white man is allowed to intrude and the tuba are kept filled from morn

with the sanction of authority. lug till night Not t.Jy do the white REYNOLDS & HULL
! less he has been appointed to care for people rent huta and set up housekeepIng ,
} the Indians themselves here but bring tents and provisions DO NOT FORGET..
I These reservations are scattered and camp out In fact they look upon WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

throughout the country, particularly in this beneficent creation the sulphur .
the west and southwest, and the Indi spring, aa the poor man' sanitarium -1 tfassell & Co.
ans now, instead of being permitted to and hope for their own sakes that it qi.ish eyste'1'S Game ,
, roam about in savagery and indolence. will never be taken from the Indians so ,
i are encouraged to till the soil and pro- long as they dispense the waters so wisely
Tide for their wants.: Agents have been and at so low a price DRUGGISTS.
: appointed to defend their rights donations and _
: Green miss
! of tools and agricultural implements Eight Important KacU.
. have been made for their use and An inch of rainfall is equal to 14.- WE CARBY A FULL LINE OF

j schools have been established at their 600,000 gallons per square mile.
I very doors which they are compelled to The average weight of an Amman etd nSERVICE TWICE A DAY. ngtfst sundries toilet criial4 St:

attend.So is 141}, pounds; of an American We catered to the bent trade last and
; it will be seen that we have at last woman. 124 pounds. year Perfumes and patent edict t
: done much to atone for the inevitableHOT Space has a temperature of 800 degrees are fully prepared to do so this season. ;7

The below falls of zero.Niagara carry down 10- A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies.

000.000 cubio feet of water per minute, SPECIAL JtTTENTIONIS
equal to about 8,000,000 horsepower.Gold Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service.
can be beaten 1,200 times thinner GIVEN TO ORDERS FR05fvein

I than printing paper. One ounce 6.1.97 Seminole Block West Palm BeBc '. '

r cover 146 square feet ......
. -
The big trees (redwood) of Calaverasgrove. The East Side. "
I California, are 92 in number, 10 Seed Potatoes, Beans, Tomatoes Etc. -0- ;
II being over 80 feet in diameter. ,
I II range in height from 150 to 237 feet and PALlf BEACH, FLORIDA. 11-4-97 BEANIE-Urrea Best of Ail P-;buchel: Earliest,frSo Val DtiDe. Early Mohawk, Imp. bfl&lCt'eo atf. MtsBb

ate'o in age from 1.000 to 3.500 .... UEANI.-WanP.wt: Imp Golden Wax,
r llltCk Wax Wardwell'. K1dltt'1 w.., DetrottVKThes.
II ,
I .ar &
The seven wonders of the world were :S.ecial rlow Prices,in ended to l Iinttalua
the pyramids, the pharos of Alexandria, are 'II(_ whra 0..1. I. lilY bu'isereo. the lower It- <** "
Write for Market Gardener'Wholesale arcorupauted, b'I' .d yerL I.......&. -
the hanging gardens: of Babylon the dreth's. Bu'. Prim or use Hendel'lOO" Thorbuna' BUM1- =
I ., temple of Diana at Ephesus, the statueof Mall Urdara fitted on lao:::day and se received.Stokes, Gregory'.. l.iviDistoD'i or hrry'L -:
t i Olympian Jupiter, the mausoleum of 98 .. BARGAINS 98.y. This olIer good only 00 orders received "dore December 10th. '

Artemisia and the colossus of Rhodes. BURTON K. BARBS Seedsman .>

that The of Mount longest St tunnel Gothard in-the 49,170 world feet ia . . . . . . . loaf 97 JACKSONVILLE, ,FLORIDA. ;.'

I The Uoosao tunnel is 23,700 feet in --.:"-
SPRINGS, STEAM AND BATHHOUSE. length. We Hare a Fall Stock of Ladies' .

harm that came to them through the U. D. REND
necessary appropriation of their lauds A Carton Man Engine. and Gents' Shoes RICKSON
and are treating them according to the Avery curious man engine is employed ,

precepts of the golden rule. There are at a mine in Cornwall, England amine Ladies' Dress Goods our Specialty. General
now and then exceptions which cannot which is 1,800 feet deep. Merchandise.Wholesale

be avoided, for the present generationof This engine has been constructed for Mrs. Frank willbehere .
lifting the miners and for a week or so and
red men will cling to their savagery lowering themto Oils
and selfish white men are always to be their work, which is at a depth of will ,
found ready to commit unjust acts for 1,400 fet't. It has two parallel vertical offer you Special Bargains. Gasolines 760 and 86. S Silt 1 t GfOCerieS, fMdill

their o\s u enrichmentBut rods provided with stages or platforms d Present with
what about the particular Indiana which are reciprocated past each other, Every Dollar's worth Hats Caps Sloes
who are now in "hot water?" In south the stages being two fathoms apart purchased Dry Ms( d Seedy!! Trnnl
era California where green and purple Each rod receives a motion through the at the I

mountain guard a great valley in whichare same distance.A SeiiEj Machine
the headwaters of the river San Luis man stepping on to a lower plat BOSTON Huiiu
i Rey. reside tribe of Indians whose form is raised by the lifting of the rod, STORE

forefathers had been there for at least which brings him to the level of thefceit Agect for XapeI'aDd Williams. Cbrk'r .
100 years They live near the foothills on the other rod which ia then at MRS. J. FRANK Prop'r.Seminole .--- Fertilizers.AntiFriction ,

At one end of the valley which is nowfrnown its lowest position.On Iron Marine
as Warner's ranch. The soil I is to this he steps So he continue For Boats Railway
dry and poor, and their small bunchesof stepping from one to another, rising 1) Block, on Banyan Street, WEST PALM BEACH Steamers 75 Feet tD Length and Under.

cattle have very hard work indeed to feet between each step. The platforms j 1117\
find sufficient nourishment to sustain are opposite to each other at the dead i "Lake Worth"
life while their grain eldsarenot large points of the engine crank, and a slight and "Gladys"On

or very productive. pause is made while the miners step off I Lake Worth

This being the case why should these and on. Thus strings of men can ascendwith Schooner "MARY tt
Indians tenaciously cling to the little the slight labor of stepping from PATRONIZE I THE B. regularly] between Lake Worth and .Jacbolfuw

t lb&Y.t t OI1e ylattazul to e49ibtp. 1 SUN JOB OFFICE Fret DeUTe7( Boat on Lake Worth.

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SIIE WON HER WAY. honesty. Mr.: :Adler accepts her two boyi -- .

free of tuition fee but the mother eye City Directory" COC'O \SUT GROVE. SAMUEL B. MILLER. CLARENCE G. MILLER
MR4.G. B. STEPHESs._ _
Is their IWltnutor Established 1841.
HOW A RUSSIAN JEWESS ACHIEVED, on work. One boy is backward ..' W.S.!iHOSE..._____ --8upenLVlr
arithmetic, She is
paying a tutor to

SUCCESS. coach him so that he may not be behind OFFICERS. R$. COCOA PUM.M ._ CO.
JE E.NCHAI ruetor S. B.
his class, and both boys are receiving a I. F. LAMOND___ .. _____Mayor A. F. LANU... ...__..___ _...._..SupervlsorS
I. E. GLENN.._._..??.__._.._..___.ciert
1M .....-.w, a.... UM target Ontdow musical education. She is just now anxious ::1. H LIVINGSTON ..??.. .......AssessorLiEO. EVERGLADE.;;
about her nephew. She tells me he ( H. MALTBY....._....__.__..__Treasurer MIX-NIB M. MAY Instructor WHOLESALE
..*...... !. u.. tooatry-How 8bB works too hard and she wishes him to ED. A. GRAHAM ... ...........Marshal W .tlSII EIt.__-.. ._.___SapervimrUXTOX.
... 1U Cp U. BAI4NE1.Ifl.&t4

., u., ....... give those up early his newspaper hours route and spend BOARD OF ALDERMEN: W. A. H. HOB BS._.___._._.Instructor Commission Fish Dealers,

morning in bed beforehe ... .?. .?..__...?.....? ._?.?_.._ _.Supervisor
A Wom&D-a foreigner a Russian goes to his medical studied, but the GEO. W. POTTER.___._.__ President BOYXTOX.M.ACD No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.

JewM*-keeps the largest outdoor news- young man is evidently endowed with fOHN B BEACH.._.... ........A. S. LAMOND I liEE......-_ _._. ....InntructortHA
quite the proper spirit for he will not t I. A. STRAYVDERMAN L. BKANNINGJKO. >. W PIERCE. __ hwr
Und in the great city of New Sl'HRIWNICK Saper
York. hear of S. AD\MS..C.\RL Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano Spanish
Her buiiiea and her success did not itBrone Council meeting on the 1st, and 3d Tuesday in PALM BEACH. Mackerel. Blue Fish, Etc. .
is still young as well as refined each month at 7:30: p..m. Ml-s L DEBOGOUY _.__..Instructor .
all come In a day or a year. But she and ndaome. .There is the essence of I:. X. DIMK'K__._.___Supervisor References: Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish

Mined it baoelt1,. and no one among a proud and lasting sorrow about her, CountyDirecto. COLORED. Dealer in the Dui'ed States.S" .

hr thousand of patrons begrudge It. but such is the strength of her character VXXIE D. UGHTBODRSE.._ Instroetor Stencils furnished on application. 11-18-3m
that JOHN WYSE.__.-. ..._.....Supervisor
Tb. II'Cf'H of her noceaa it an unfailing this only serves to grace her man- COUNTY OfFlCERS.

court**? and a naturally dowered lady. ner and her attitude. Not fee of those A. E. IIEYS ER County 4u Igr

hood that command the highest respect who pour in and out the elevated entrance A. F.Ql'IMBY.... ... Cimm Court Clerk
The Coffee RoastersIn
at One Hundred and'Sixteenth KOBT. R. TAILOR.... Prosecuting Attorney Only
Her name U Brone P. Nelson
Chanelea, u the was called in Russia), street but miss her when she is off duty ('.C. HAIGHT.. -Tax As-essor the State.J. .
for a moment Her anxiety to serve T.J. HAUOEK..... ..............Tax Collector
and it U always entertaining to listento you [. r.-LAMOVD.... .... .. ......TreasurerRAXKLYN
the few rewired words she occasionally is rather the hospitable anxiety of the l SHEEN.... .., Simeyor D. & R. D. GRETHER, now open for Winter Travel.

leu. fall of her life in Moscow. hostess looking after your comfort than Z. MKRKITT. ._.Snpt. Piblic Instruction Jtcksoniille Florida
:Best of Accommodations.
the servility of the pushing tradeswom
BriieelsoaIia patriot She used to COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.N. .
lire near Tolstoi and see him daily at an. I cannot describe just the way she .W. PITTS, Chairman ....Lake Worth Table :Best the Market Affords.

hii work. She love him and she nndentandi gives you your paper and your change. t.;. W. LAIMIAKT.. ........ ....Palm Beach CHOICE TEAS, ) OUR -Ba. in COAAceUon.-
W. J. SHOVK .Cocoanut Grove
what the count and the ban- You must; go buy one for yourself if you E. L. WHITE .Lemon City PURE SPICES. } SPECIALTIES. Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
iahed Prince Krepotkin are trying to are ever in New York and then you W. S. TANCRE_.__....___ .Hobe Sound FRUIT EXTRACTS j

teach the Russian people, that will see. Her touch is not only deft and Como-ixsionen meet in regular,action on "('
great re-
the flm in each month. 5MRS. S. E. EARMAN
formi are cot effected in a day and that obliging-it is graceful, it is. eiquiste. Wednesday Paper, paper bags, butter dishes twine ..... ,
"they alIo ene who only stand and "Oh" she will say to me sometimes, COIN Y SCHOOL BOARD. and other grocers' sundries.All (

wait" "I have no time to learn the language', SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC ISSTRUCTIOW, Coffees Roasted After Receipt of Order. 114-97 WEST PALM BEACH.: FLA

the literature of this great people. My Z. T. MERRITT: _.________...._Leuion City 10-21-97
In Moscow u a wife and mother .
Brone wu kept in comparative ease life will be wasted, I know. But I am J JACKSON.XEVBEIU: or' hairman.Coeoanut SCHOOL BOABD.W. Grove

through the exertions of her tradesman hoping some things for my children's fu W. L. WIDMEYKR...__....__ ..Jupiter
J. W. COMSTOCK..___.West Palm Beach
tore. Maybe don't this SEEDS.
ana-bond. But she was broad minded you want pa- Baker & Holmes

and had studied her country's literature per. Perhaps you are only purchasing FLORIDA LEGISLA TURE. ,

at well at that of others. She was a I to purchase from me?" VEHBERS FKOM DADE cot'n1'. Fresh New Crop Reliable.
Bostian Jew and she felt the : For this I give her a little lecture E. N. PIMICK. Film Beach._.......___..Senator ,
oppression --< WHOLESALE DEALERS IN >-
and after it we shake hands on the inexorable R. B,POTTER,W Palm Beach, Representative
of her government ... Varieties best adapted to Florida.
So she with her husband and fact that neither of us can

children though loving Russia. left two it afford of to miss business or doubt the motives State_Directory Special. East Attention Coast given Trade.to the Cotton Seed Meal and FertilizersHay

and came to thia country about eight or our customers.
nine They about It is no easy life to stand at this EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Oats. Flour Feed Grits and Meal.
years ago. possessed Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.L. Corn, ,
street foul weather
corner through and
8,000 ruble or some 2200. But they
shared the misfortunes that come to through fair day in and day out, sometimes W. D. BLOXII 'M. ... ....GovernorJSO. CAMERON.
L. t1t.\; FORD .Secretary of State
from o'clock in the
many strangers in a strange land. They morning until WM. H KEYNOLI'S Comptroller The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida. Building Materials _

bad not the ways, they had not the 8 o'clock at night} to meet all kindsof WM.B.JAME'iB.WHITKIELD LAMAK ... Attorney., ..Treasurer General V-I2-97 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. ,
people and the refined
coarse ,
Drone' husband died nine .
tongD& W. X. 811 E.VTS Supt. Public Instruction
months after their arrival and she was the snob and snobess and the keen man L. II.wml RW ;LL .. .... Coo.. Agriculture Lime, Brick, Cement, and Plastering Hair.
and PATRICK HOUSTON Acijutaot Gener.1W )
of business. And
left in New York to care for herself woman H. MILTON JR... SurveyorCeneralOtbcvii
and the two little boys. The money was all, to know by the keenest attentionand at Tallaha&aee Florida. J. B. Tough on Flies."
study just what paper they want
dwindling. She hired herself to do sewing -
to have it ready with the least possible Horses and Cattle Flies.
Protect against
machine work. For two weeks she delay and always with and S. PASCO. ....... .. .. ... Monticello Guaranteed to
worked for nothing as a learner, and unvarying S.R.MALLORY .... Peollcola Massa .
then she took full rank with the expert- marked courtesy. And the result? An 9.18 97 Office. Main and hay Sts., Jacksonville, Florida.
income from the newsstand of from
to I should & Bro.
$4,000 $5,000
per year
ROBT W. DAVIS ._ Palatka
judge. How many American women S. M.Sl'AKKMAN ..... .H.. .H. .. Tampa
"to the manner born" are there who( E. WINCHENBACH, Manager. F. M. BURST, TreasurerFLORIDA

would do it or could do it? SUPREME LUUttT JUDGES. Jacksonville, Fla.

LILLIAN A. NORTH. M. MABRy.................. Chief Justice
'I F. CARTER ... ... Associate Justice MACHINE WORKS

B, F TAYLOU............. M

Aaiwer to the Qoettioa What Good Wom R. R. COMMISSIONERS.;

en's Club B.T. Done. R. H. M. DAVIDSON", Quincy Fla..Chairman Fruit and Iron and Brass Castings.
While it cannot be denied that some H. t:. DAY _._...___.._._...._.._.Gainesville .'
women's dubs seem to exist mainly to J. M. BRYAN.._._ ._....._._KUsimmee '.
show off the bonnets and gowns of the JGHN I.. NEEl.EY.JR. Clerk.__ _Arcadia. Consignments Solicited General Repairing Promptly and Accurately Done. _
Headquarters and offices of the Buard at Tal-
members the list of really useful ones lahassee. I.. Iron Building Columns. Sash Weights and Crate Bars a Specialty !shafting.
c't becomes wider with each returning au U., Pulleys, Hangers and Boxes iu Stock. Saw Mandrels of all Sizes Furnished.

tumn. This year in New York city "Honetlt1.ud fair Dea n&" Motto. .
there was intense activity among the la.dies' Gene'lfHJrectofJCOURT ; SUGAR IDLLS -- _
Customers Sure to Get Their Money.
political organizations, more than
there has been at any time before. Each CALENDAR. established in Jacksonvillefor Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside.
i4I //iii candidate for mayor had clubs of women (Seventh Circuit.)
Eleven Years. 1021-97
working enthusiastically for him. J.D. BROOM! .Circuit Judge

). In fact several women have been regularly J. D. BEUUS .. 8tnl '11 Attoroe\\ Best of References Furnished.

employed from some of the party Sl'RlNU TERM. 102197Red

BROKE P. KELSON. headquarters to go out among the OacKola County. 1st Monday in March...
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need hand* earning from $10 to $12 meetings of men and directly address Orange Lake *. !II 111" .. 0. W. WEYBRECHT%

per week. For 1 year and 8 months she voters themselves. These ladies are VoluBia ill u April.
Breiard 4th.' .Spanish and ,
this work diligently and thenit and effective speakers too. .
pursued very popular Dale Ut Monday art.r 4th Monday
slackened. She lost fcix weeks work. Meantime the record of one club, a in April. Dealer in Hardware, _

Bar rent of $13 a month was going on nonpolitical one will show the magnificent FALL TERM. ancYr i ,

and her children must be keptShe possibilities for good that lie Obceolit: County" 1st 2-1 Monday" in.. October... Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter, Mixed Paints

heard through an acquaintance of within the power of organizations of Orange .. ..
her husband who had known her in women. That u the Chicago Woman's Volusla Lake .. 2d 4th Nov. PineappleSlips Tin, Copper, and Sheet (iron Work.

Russia of stand that Ellen M. Henrotin has
a newspaper was club. Mrs. prepared Brevard lib "

for sale at One hundred and Sixteenth the brief statement copied below let Monday arenhe 4th Monday and SuckersFor
street and Eighth avenue. The owner merely making mention of the club's in November.U.S.LAXDOFHCE. Dealer in Pumps Pipe Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies Tin Ware Agate
Sate, of the Following Varieties! vir Ware and House Furnishings of Every Kind.
for 250. When asked
offered to sell the bn>iness f achievements. you are
Abbaka, Porto Rico
Brone had only $b5 left in the bank what good women's clubs do, just point
............. .. Smooth Cayenne
J. M. CAUCO Register ,
record.It n'
but she collected her jewelry remnantsof to this
your questioner with work N. U.WAINWRIGIIT.. .. Receive: Egyptian Queen AGENT FOR THE AERMOTOR. CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PLANTS
former luxury and took it to a pawn. supplied 50,000 persons
Gainesville, Florida.GOFT .
shop on the Bowery. There they gave during the depression that followed the Ofllcfs at Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,

her fur some diamonds, her watch and closing of the World's fair. SIGNAL SERVICE DEFT.J. White Antique. Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptly

chain and other ornaments $100. She It introduced the kindergarten system W.CROXK..................... oboerverObservatory Pernambuco, FurrU.h.d. 131tf.
still lacked the money but a cousin of into the Chicago public schools.It at Jupiter Inlet. Enville.

her h .band came forward and loaned established the Children's Aid society Early d-Jlverv can be made part of the WEST IFAT M" "BE A OPT F LOR,'IDA.

her 1100, and the stand was purchased. which distributes garments to GOFT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE.Liirht fruIt trout thin 1'lantatloii having been picked
last to
".'or myself" she often says in recall. poor school children.It House at Jupiter Inlet.JAMES .

lug her start in life in this country "I raised $35,000 to aid the Kenwood A. ARMOUK .. .. KeeperJ. C.C. MATTHAMS.
had fear indeed I did not care. industrial school for boys.It A. WELLS. let A'itOlblllnl
no J. A. P.NK.. id AlIIIlgtant Florida Pineapple Company, Florida East Coast Ry.
Rain cold and atom 1 stood out there.I secured the appointment of a woman -

thought only of the children." physician in the insane asylum at 5.21.97 West Film Beach. Via.
TIBM TmfcU I-curro.ted u J 8. 1897.OOTH
D..pite a rival who established himself Dunning.It .
and vpuut a good deal of money on supports the school for boys in the ---
the opposite corner Brone in eight city jailIt .
R. K.McDOXAI.1) Principal

BMUths was able to pay back the loon inaugurated the movement for MISS MrUUNALIl.. "....IIIllIot -...... JJoSS-e ...... e P -...... LT....... J&ckauavilie STATIONS ...A?. Jio it Sop'aw -...... KoSJ-.......-......
of and sheer funds for the woman's dormitory K.LH1TK .SuuerUrL .... .. .. ...
$100 by Spartan courage raising ..... L5A.liSp.Ar.I.Augumtas..Lv ib: p \Ala .
cw.tomcrllhhe university. l'OTSD.tM. .... ......... AI1IU&IiII..Ar. saup446p ...... ..... ..........
and extreme courtesy to at Chicago .Ce..... ....... ...... .. .... .. Ra.i n............ .. ...... ... ... ..... ......
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suon established a paying bub DcliII at It raised an endowment fund scholarship K. KID'KH: ... In.triiftiir. ...... .......... ....:.E&abP&4Lk&....... 45 ............ ...... ......
her stand. Then she took her two broth- for the Art institute. R.K.FRAZIER. .Supervi-or\ ...... ........Ar..P&l&&ka... .......L'f. 4<10 ...... .... .....
XKPTCXE. ...... 1$5i.. ........ P.1&tk.y. 4iopSKp ...... .... .....
en into partnership and the concern It has organized the following ass& ...... ........ KaMO..L1'. I IV}. ...... ..........
bow U-t.iUt-8 herself and her ciations: The Protective Agency For .MISS.IRESIRICK.RDS ..Instructor ...... ........ & M&teo..........Ar. ...... .... .....
ttupporta Supervisor ...... .........OrmODd..Ar. 2 .... ... .....
two boys, her eldest brother his wife Women and Children the Physiological 'PIT Kit ...... .. ....Dayto &.......... 2 ...... .... .....
the For PhYbical Culture .... ..... ...... ll .......Pon and boy. a younger brother yet unmarried institute Society Mtt;. W. A. H. hOBBS..ln.iruct..r ...... 14. .....Kew Smyrna....... ........... .....
and IIIT nephew, a sister's child. and Correct Dress, the Public ". AUMOlTU .. Supl'ru..rJl'SII. ...... S ........ OakHUL ..... .. ........ .... ......
'V don't know. she in her echool Art association and the Chicago --.. I ........Tltuivtn......... .2Kp.. ..... .... .....
says ... .. ... .... .. ... .... .. ..
.GiveThe ......Ot Polll'- .
quaint \ay. "to whom the business now Political league. ANNIE E. G. MKTCALF: .................In.Ir./'Ior _-.. ......... Cocoa _......... ..... .... ......
belongs. There is a and 13y the way come to think of it, A. E. II t.\.10:11 .SupervisorMAXCOMA. ...... .........Rockled.......... .. 1207p ........... .....
common purse. -.... ........Eau G&lfl.......... 11 :Do* ... ..... ......
we are confident that one will not take where is any club of men that has done ...... ........_.Sarno .......... USlia....... .......... .
uetxls." much this? MISS ROSA FJUKEV. ................. IntructuritUUUKS. ...... l..v.. ..........}Velbourna....... 112-1& ..... ..... .... g"
ft l* uiy IUOTJ than he absolutely as as C : : ItuV LI.Y SnprrviMirWr ...... ...,......Koseland.......... II) 4"" ...... .... ... .
This is the sixth yesrof the business. ...... .......8ebagtiau......... IlIh ..... .... .... N $
"Who could fall in love with that!1" % PALM KtACII.L. ...... ........8t. Luoie.......... II' ...... .... ......-
The entire family are engaged in it. exclaimed a man on looking at the F IHXDltY......................... ... Principal ....... SP.! ...... Port P1erce........ II ...... .......... 111J
There are three tables filled with newspIr l.l'U' \NGEVIXE Assistant ...... ...,.......Eden. .......... N 9tr.'a............ .......
I little house picture of an American lady who has U.iXUfcKS'M.L SII.rn""r, ..... ..,.......Jensen. ......... j 9Sa ...... .......... l&.t
and periodicals and a noble place in a profession. Who ........4 ..........Stuart.......... 949a....... .... .... $06>
won a ip.
I under the elevated stairs where the COLOKhD. Sun. ....... .........Alicia .......... .
wants you to fall in love with her, you I E. .|O\r>. ...... ...,.....Hobe bound ...... a
itork thriving .
I is kept. There is also a conceited idiot? Not the woman herself D. R. IXGERSOLL.............. ......Supervisor ... ...... ......West Jupiter .. .. .... 8Sia..3'. ... tOp !

j bewipaprr route nerved by pushcarts. certainly. The solid fame and moneylihe I.\XTAA.MRS ............ ( ) .....West.... Riviera Palm beach.: ........LLinton. ; .. 1.S I.

, Taking all into account the firm count has obtained for herself are worth (!E<>. LY\UX ......... Instructor ...... ..... ...... ap ... ... .... .... .. .-. "..... .. ..... .. l.. '
, their regular customers at something of \. \i.AUNETT.. ... SuervirKLUOTT ...... : ....... ...... 135, .......Fort Lauderdale. .. S Slat: | ... ..... ... .. 718*
j between 2,000 and 3.000 a day. Their more than the fleeting admiration a A Chance to do Your ...... p....... .. ..... 4 tsp. a ...... .Lenum Uny ... & "*., ..... ...... .. IS*
: KEY. .
, thousand bhallow brained jackanapes ...... : .... ... 4:Sip Ar.. .......Miami... .LT.| 6 'a ..... .. ... 110a
eipenswi for the privilege of the stand JtMEsC. IIUCKK ...... .. ..........Instructor .
amount to considerable a and afresh like you. You and your kind will find out R. H. THOMPSON.Saprnisor.BELLK A. &BRANCH. I I Traini S2,35,37 and 78, between Jaclrsonfille ;
t year Almighty made women for and St.u 'Itln..d"lJy.o .
permit U taken out each year. that the "LO RA.t. JI' .- !0. 1.1 _STATIONS.: ITo._ ). NO.4._ Tram AH, between Miami and Fort
, else than merely to be fallenin .................. .. '
time at something .. F. KIDXER 'nstructor OOalLT.| .. .New S.jrna....Ar.. 1 lop 5 zapnorcedailT.etra;>t Sunday.
They employ one man's entire love with by fouls First and foremost R. R. FRAZIER................. .......... Supervisor.BISTAYNE. 11.11 2aaLT......LrkeHeen.....XT. IS J p 4 :5.;>pi; Train A$! between Kurt Pierce and
j $3 per week. Three boys deliver in the develop 811pll 52a.Lv. .OrangeCity... Lv. 1 i 193 S io'Miami' rtaihr.' except Monl T.
fur |3 of all, he created her for herself, to I iap.ll &ls1Ar..Orange City.....LT. U Up,. S ....p. Trams &; ani 74 south of St. Aagu
early morning hours each day per |
, as an individual her capabilities E. LEE.. Inhtrno Job11. tine d ily. UI''ptIl : week. They work from 6:30 to 7 a, m. reference to anybody else. K PAlE WILSON..... ................. Super\ iw.r -
,: frum6wllLm.eathdayfor$6Piek.A young lady stands at one of the tables CUTIER.ADD1E Tke"BISCAYNE"Ct......

Dr. Bertha V. Thompson is city physician LEE DIMOX ............ ..... IiiKtrurtor
The nephew delivers from 6:30 Win WM. I rZZAlllt.................... ....... SupervIsor S .
to 7 his to of
a. m. and then way MIAMI.

bit work and study at the Bellevue II appointed to Perform Serru u foJowj:
of the good new time comingis tiPi F. MERItlTT. Principal
Medical for the rest of the day. A sign .
college AMY M. MANX AwiHtiintT.X. LflkTt MIAMI JO JO Wcdnaadayi and with Tram 5i.LMT .
beautiful house for : p. m. Saturday conneutig
Even the little boys aged 12 and 10 respectively the apartment C1UTIEK.Snp.riw.lMKS.

run a pushcart on the morning business women now nearly completedin (''LOREII. Iork *KIT WEST$;M i a. m. Toeadayt and Fridays

of school They New York city. It contains ten suits \ L. \CK-OV...... IiiKfut'-oi IllllAlOtial. Miami with Train 73. following morning
vacation from finished and furnished inmost A I'. LUniTItOl'KXE.... .... .......Auptr\iM>i
and it is of rooms,
&ttthd the Felix Adler school J.r.BSCKwrrH. J.D.R.AHNER.
Mr. Nekon'swifh that they be educated approved style. Even the single LEKSYILLE.SUSAN 'Z'ratII Maaa1 A.o;', Uen. Paajeager Ai***.
in The dfQomli have bathrooms attached. SANPEKS. .. ... .. .. In-trurtoi, **. 4.si1Ml .
a nanjuftariau establishment j, IVLEES. ... ,...? .uuerv'1::
j Jty wed ib m gw then} |a that of 4 ? 9 ? ....-


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rht: | Cwgua; sun New York Tailoring Co The Kolfhts musicale of Pythias and.lecture ntirtalnmi given last gram comment It would and on it be will each too suffice lengthy number to say an of that article the p rob to Brothers'i-i iv

Thursday night by Evening Star Lodge, and! every one,was from received the first number with generous ; to Cohen n

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Popular Price Tailors No. 46, Knights of Pythias, at their the last.applause

Castle Hall, proved to be the finest

thing in the way of an entertainment Of course; the the main address feature of W.of the\ Goods Houl
GUYI.METCALF evening was
undertaken in this town. i Popular Dry
ever ,
', EDITOR AND MANAGER. Suits to order, $16 aid $20. Nearly three hundred invitations had DeHart, Past Grand Chancellor of the

Domain of Florida: on the snb- -
been sent out by the Knights, and that Grand I 4 Jacksonville, Florida.
fYARLY Trousers order, $4 aijd $5. the of an excellent and select feet of "Pythianism-Its Origin, Aim

SUBSCRIPTION, $2 affair prospect was appreciated was clearly shown and Objects." Rev. DeHart is not only; r<< i Goods Hoi :

Samples and Measuring Blanks by the audience of over three hundred of, known as one of the most learned South and The Leading> g Dry !

divines in the ,
sent by mail. our leading citizens and their ladies who eloquent Episcopal

responded by their presence. but he is known to Knights ardent workers of Pythias in in the State.The .

as one of the most
The appointed hour, half-past seven

,,I o'clock, found many in waiting and their ranks, as well as one of the ablest Stock The Newest Style :
Largest ,
4 of the
of the principles
J a 17 East Bay Street, when the doors were thrown open numerous expounders
j: I and complimentary were the comments -, Order they have in the State. at the Lowest Prices. S4i

,III AMONG OUR CHURCHES, JACKSONVILLE FLA. that gratified the ears of those of Dr. DeHart's lecture was a mute ile To all whom request we will send samples free of charge

,{ ..' 10-21.97 the arrangements committee, to whom I piece of eloquence and the impression I WE PREPAY Express Charges on all
l Time and Place of Service, SpecialNotices had been entrusted the decorations of left on those who heard his expositionof orders to the amount of Kco or over,

'j Week-Day and Sunday the hall. From the panelled ceilings true Pythianlsm must necessarilyhave ; when money accompanies the order. -

if 1 t i Meetings. town Best at line Clematis of fruits Avenue and Supply vegetables Store.An lawere. hung festoons of evergreen, grace been of the best. HU remarks The Best Equipped Mail Order Departmea!

.. were not only an Inspiration to member*
and '
Asurance.-"I hope," said the girl'' fully looped reaching across from Write for Sample and Try it. YOGi Money Back U Good Ar* Sot u W...,,:
;\ I, Epiaeopal Strvieo.EPISCOPAL falher."that you expect to surround my daughter diagonal corners of the room, whilefrom of the Order present, but threw much:

," } accustomed.Oh with all the." luxuries to which she has been the four sides of the centre square light on features of the work of the -Respectfully-

' j, 1 i Cat'lI.l'a-Beth..sda.by.th -ScI. yes" was the prompt and cheerful re- were handsome triangles of red, blue Order that has been too little understoodby
REV.J. N. MCLFOKD, Rector, sponw.We have talked it over and we COHEN! BROTHERS' :
, t. REV.L. FITZ-J AMES IIINDRY. Ass't Minuter. agreed that we would just as leave come right and yellow bunting, the Order colors, many on the outside. The effect ofle

f. I Service every Sunday morning at n o'clock here to live as not."-Washington Star. the apex of the triangles reaching the the lecture is already being.felt for -

( A launch wilt run rc.ularly in connection, leav. Boat building done right at home, in: centre of the respective walls opposite good of the Order. DRY GOODS ROllS '
Inn West Palm Beach city dock at : Fare the POPULAR =
10:50. most approved manner, good workmanship

lor the round trip. 10 cents. and These decorations with the tri colored It is here and now that the member s
at Call
living prices.
,J: Sunday School at 3 p. m.t Capt. A. T. Rose. on shields and symbolic letters of the Order, of Evening Star Lodge desire to express 102807IIASGOJHA Jacksonville Florida. -4 '

surrounded by evergreen wreaths, gavea most heartily_their appreciation d th ore

t i j i the BROTHERHOOD Second and op Fourth ST. \SDREW.-Meet Wednesday of each on old Squandered Squirt's fortune-Lawyer has been It's too squandered bad the way In most pleasing affect and were pronounced good ladies and gentlemen who so kindly, ......."" ..... .... ......"" "" .......-'"

litigation. by all the prettiest thing in the and willingly assisted the
.4 montn. L. F. HI Dar. Director. Layman It is, indeed. so arrangements -

.- Q, W. F. AKMSTBONG. JR., Secretary. Lawyer-Why, fully nine tenths of it has way of artistic decoration ever seen, in committee both in the giving d{ MUTTERIXGS. P. L T. liCt.
. none to his heirs in witness f< Truth. this town. their time and in the exercise of theii :: .1
M..B.Chu South. -Wheels repaired, damaged tires doc Attractive programs, printed in the talents in the work of decoration and Nobody froze to death that we have Sailed Friday b

Service every brat and Third Sundays ol toned etc., at the Bicycle Hospital on colors of the Order, showed the order of the preparation and rendition of the heard of np to the present writing. from bW, blowing shoot list B3$|'<

each mootb,at 11 p.m. Sunday School at Clematis Avenue. exercises as given below, and were very program. To everyone who in anyway hour, with occasional pufs. fg

10 L m.every Sunday In the t'obllc Srboo] Each in His plllrt'All .- favorably commented upon, many of the contributed to the success of the<< Wm. Hanog is painting and otherwise I Course from Maddox & Ifr3si

'11 Unlldlng. Everybody cordially invited. the people can't be heroes; guests taking extra copies of the pretty evening the committee and the Lodge fixing np his sailboat so as to run a I wharf to a buoy near the mf epi
REV. w. A. LoffPEB, Pabtor. Cotter take lings as dey come.
i Some is figgers some Is tern four page folders home with them as membership feel truly grateful.For party boat this winter. Wm. Lanehart's, then to wst, eii

Makin' up de general- num.Washington. Star. souvenirs of what they termed the I For the information of those who were -'-" buoy near west shore, teats WI:

t Ev nlng star liodgt, flo. 46, pleasant entertainment had II Cant U. D, Hcndrickson'i schooner
they ever unable to attend, the programme a* starting point 11|
Knight of Pythias. Try fancy Java coffee, 35 cents, at the .. the
attended -"isoffnp again '
Clematis Avenue Supply Store. on the Lake. rendered, is given below ; country There was a good represmU&nfj

1 Meets ewty Friday Night at 7:oo p.m.standard sc. another load of freight. club's fleet. The and class oti fe '
lime visiting bothers cordially invited. Klondyke Courtship.-"Maria. called the
Castle 1U11 over Public School Building. old gentleman from the head o' the stairs "15 Programme. first, followed by the sharpie ds\s
that young man down there yet?" Geo. Zap"s launch Olga was on the
M. E. GBCBER,C. C. "\es. pupa*'replied the truthful maiden. then the big calL Time was ink
W.I. WIDII EVER, K.of R. & S. 2-4-9; ..W ell. if he intends to go home before morn Lace Worth ways the first of the week -
I II ing i he'd better begin to say good bye. The sun . but u again in the water and back SECOND-CLASS CATS.fj '
, i 1i will be up in less than two weeks.'' New-York
I Evening World.While atume. _______
i i Purl AND FACTS. March, "King John March," Hausc ,, STAN Flues Ton fat-
away, Dr. J. A. Pugh, our enterprising Notary Public J. P. McKenna is rand Nancy 28789 829X9 OE3M J

I' Witty Sayings Intuapuud With alloy, which dentist resembles, has secured tooth structure a new Violin, Mrs Guy I Metcalf; Piano, Miss May Lacey; ning his East Side place himself this Cbaner 28748 28742 88324 88028 08JW 087U 35X4 J

i ;; Business Bargains. more than any material now known. Cornet, W. H. Sanders. year and is planting it out mostly in to

i Can be used in front teeth instead of matoes. SHARPIES. I

! Flags,_Flags, Flags at Furniture Store gold, at cheap rate. This brings filling Address of Welcome Miss Nautilus 2 4(40 -10-105 I ITS ISXarene ,
the school
front teeth within reach of every one. Chancellor Commander' M. E. Gruber. Forrey, teacher. 24645 lJ1UUU''
"MatUma. why do recipes always say to keep after
spending the holidays at her homein
i t jellies and preserves in dark places?" Immediately Disproved.-The philosopher Gadabout 2 47 22 40409 1114418
' i!I I ,,-So that little boys like you will be afraid too stood at the third story window and said unto Piano Duet "Polish Lantana is back again and attending And 34T04 42184 1841911FIRSTLASS
where ,
" they areChicago Recordt the multitude: Dance, Scharwer ka,, to her duties. !

t t I Dont-forget- -J.-F.-OLIVER'S when IOU The ree."stream can rise no higher than its Misses Arrristrorig and Hindry CATS. |

t you want Fancy Groceries. Whereupon they turn the hose on him.-IndUnapolia Mrs. E. Moore, who has been spending *
. : Journal. Martha 23301 40800 107U
the with her daughter
summer in
A Georgia pessimintgiTi-a vent to his feelings Male Trio "A Little np Idler 23443 40008 1058 ,;
in this hopelesft verse: Want to rent a wheel, ladies or gen Farm. Well Tilled, the interior of the State, is back again Sirene 25442 40208 107. ..

Alas alas, alai tleman's? Go to the Bicycle Hostital on Messrs. W and occupying her East Side residence.T. Oracle 25440.40054 1MU .
Th life's a losing battle! Clematis Avenue. Armstrong, Jr., C. H. Miller and '
All human flesh to grass

Drive up the hungry cattle W. H, Sanders. has There was
Atlanta Constitution. And so. Pat you think Dennishad the wrong J. Ringgold rented' the A. U. Urge gathering sip

side of the argument? But what reason have 4 Wilder place over on the East Side and pie interested in yacht races, II t
Bicycle Hospital on Clematis Aveuue. you to> be sure of this "Faith, he hadn't
another worrud to lay after Oi hit him wid me Song' "The Legend," From the Opera "Sea King will raise a crop of tomatoes and other wharf to witness the racwf sag.

Teacher: "Don't any<.f you know how to first bric ."-Clevelan<1 Leader. vegetable on it this season. whom were ladies, cheering for t
dnd mountains on the map? Now, look at this Mrs.-S. H. Happersett.
nap of Ahska. What is that row or chain of favorite yacht.
tUrk roanc] spotsT Class (in chorus): "Nag- Stopping The Paper The cold weather killed The sailed
nets."Puck. or badly InjUred cats even, bat the &! ,

t'<; Song, "Into_the Mist," Borl1elle the vegetable gardens in, this vitinity and Gadabout allowed the Axle i

J Send for Butterick Pattern Sheets to Some newspaper readers stop takingthe and hurt the pineapples more or Nantilns time and the result .
was at
= Mrs. M. G. Macdonald, Agent W F. Jr.uP
Jacksonville because Armstrong, .
paper they read things in less
t Fla. just how much we cannot say as lows: tot class eta Idler first; DrD;
it which'they do not like; some stop yet.
second and class
"I like to rook enough to last," remark because things which think should Lecture t ianism.lts{ cats Nancy ImIt;
I the bride. they Ai"ls and' Objects second.
young The Pendleton launch which Sharpies, Narene Ant; ..
I You do. you lo." groaned tbe devoted hnb- be in it are omitted; others stop because was
laud,-oattterlhow little you coot.-Cln& they imagine that they are not able to Past Grand' Chancellor W W. De Hart summered at Gale & Co's boat yard, has Ins second. .;,

zt been brought out and is This race is the first meetixf j
being in
i pay for it; others because they have a put
i Largest and best assortment of tobacco Song, uFaithful running order for its owner who will season of the Nautilus and Karat s4
grievance against the editor and
I and cigars at Clematis Ave. Supply Store wish to Roeckel h shortly be here. decides the championship of tit iii
punish him; others because the
proprietor Miss Belle
( Earnest' races in the d
If 'ou.olatlon.-"Illet tired writing jokes day sharpie class Karat
after day." said the ameteur bumo""LDou't grows weary of sending the paper .
e Quite a number of our citizens went Nautilus each tsoaithe
-: you care." replied his friend, consol to readers who will not for it i. having woo three
, Ingly. "Think how tired the pay ; Piano Solo down to the K. of p lecture and last
people are wbo "Home Sweet Home enter- series. From now oa CBS=
) and still others De
i .S ; rent them. Philadelphia North American. because they do not appreciate Lome, tainment last
Thursday night and done Richardson's
\ report Novena will If b
For Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and a the value of keeping np with Miss Alice B Armstrong themselves as very much pleased championship flag.

Good Table, be sure to stop at the New the times and knowing what is going with what they saw and beard. The
, Seminole Hotel. Geo. Zapf, Manager on in their own community and in the Vocal Duet next race will be sailed oa fi.
Open all the year. world at large. "Hebe, Reddi'1g' Fernando -- day, Jan. 8th, and will be an Ia_
Heyser, a of
son the
, 111 r A I'er"lnity.--"Mikt." said plodding Pete The newspaper man is always sin Mesdames Happersett and Gruber Rev. E. Heyser and a resident of late race. Anybody who enjoys sack py
1 guess devve got us." will be welcome to down sal do
I riiif l What did the folks in de bones say?" cerely sorry to lose a subscriber-that gonia several years ago, is back on the come
rU we don chop wood we can't sleep in de is to say, a good subscriber, who Lake ness the race from the wharf b I>t;i
pays Song, "The again and in
I bail. Dey'll lock ,t." Skipper, Jude charge of the "Bertie of Maddock&
t "Well we kin go furder down the road." promptly and appreciates the real B.," Capt. U, D. Hendrickson's Mattbam's. ,
"No. we can't It's going ter rain in about L F delivery -
a' _
value of the When Hindry, boat.
five or ten minutes' an' rain hard. De horrible paper. one the
alternative in jes' dis: Whlch'll we do other of
go ter variety subscriber cease to be a 1
I work or take a bath?"Washington Star. Miss Susan -OITLUMBER -
I constant reader," the proprietor does La Serenata "The Angel's Serenade Sanders, who taught the
No need to send from home Brag, school at Leesville
away for not grieve over the event; on the contrary came home to spend 11
any build boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can he rather enjoys it. He does not Soprano, Mrs S. H. Happersett; Alto, Mrs, M, E Gruber; the holidays but, accompanied by her ,
: you one as fine or as cheap as
: want. See him and place yonr order.yon care to force his publication on those Piano' Miss Hindry Violin, L F. Hindry. father and sister, left Tuesday morning

who neither appreciate nor pay for ise t. for Jupiter to take charge of the school SHINGLES
A Chinese
I had a thought Thought and wants-his John head Chinaman rubbed. And when the sumptions subscriber, Instrumental' Trio, Gavotte. "La at School that place J by order of the County I

lias found that he can get: Great Krit.in to d e who has failed in all of his efforts Sympathie, Sudds Board.
fend all his twill
coasts. All he has to do is to
Great Britan the aforesaid coasts and the compell or induce the newspaper man Violin Mrs. Guy I. Metealf; Piano, Miss May Lacey By request of the '
defend tbem to the bitter end. It is as simple ; Sheriff your correspondent LXl'H -
and practical as the Irishman's plan for &rilingI' to conduct the paper according to his Cornet W. H. Sanders. went up to Juno ,
his monday and
frying pan to Ret something to cook in it.
-Indianapolis JournaL contracted and selfish ideas, ostentatiously by request of the Judge we have in
orders the paper discontinued an put We cat Lake Lowest Frl
appearance son
If your wheel damaged or your tire Finis. every day siuce. When r

f punctured take it to the Bicycle Hospitalon the proprietor simply laughs. the Court decides it has no further need ,. P D. U. your station . .

- Clematis Avenue. The following from the Tifton, Ga., i of our servicee we will gladly Write m for anything yon we41
t Gazette, aptly expresses the ethics of civilization
Time's l'hanjt'es"Vou." aaid she as she THEY SAT- That fish is and our regular duties
good for again. )
I the Materia;
the brain
came down the stair, leisurely pulling on her situation: and. Building
f eloves "you used to say 1 was worth my weight That bear fishing strengthens the imagination.
After forbear
Ie Rold." you get angry and stop your are profitable II Judge A. E. Heyser and
J I "W It, what if I did" be asked looking at paper, just poke your finger into bears to keep around the house. That fruit cools the blood, cleans the several days last week wife spent Builders Supply Co.,
b a witch for the third time in fifteen minu t' teeth and aids at Riviera. The
l "And now. you don't think I am worth a wait the water, pull it out and look at That the apple first gave woman Judge occupying his time in St.
. of t..11Iillutes.-lndiauallOlis That looking Augustine, Florida.Lainhart.
Journal. the hole. Then will know how Eve overcame Adam after his
you knowledge, while the petticoat but it took young
gave orange
i grove and other -01a -
Best oiater and cheese in the marketat sadly you are missed. A man who her mystery. the devil himself to overcome Eve. interests at that point and
the Cl otis Avenue gaining i & PotUl.
Supply Store. thinks That
a cannot thrive without health
paper That many a man hates both at the
-- a man may never have been to a mon same time. They returned

what A persevering is going on in Son.in.Law.-"May the village inquired I ask the his support ought to go off and Cork and yet sees many drawings of it opoly and a baby till he has one of his to Juno Monday morning in time for IO-28.Q7 West Palm Beach.F& :
obcenrant stranger.: stay When he comes back own. County Court which J
MW are celebrating the birthday of the half of his friends will not know he That Adam's wife first started the That there opened that day. -
oldest inhabitant, sir"replied the native. is food for fowl
She's fashion every -
of but
lot today, sir had gone and the other half will spending the summer in the some of them have gHERIFF-SSALE.
And tell me. wbo it that little to scratch to get it. !
pray man country. Mr.
not care, while tile world Carrie
with the dreadfully sad eoi.tenance who walks at Urge That the mouth is the Leon, Cnder and by virtue of aa eueitkM I M .
by the old lady's side'" kept no account of his movements. That the only man who really profits grocer's friend, oat of the OJIIII
"That's her Son in-Iaw, sir. He's been the orator's Private County Court of Dade
keep You will find by tips is the pride and the dentist's Boarding. Florida. In .*...
lug np her life inenmnce for the last thirty things you cannot en- employer. hope. a MOM therein xndlnf.,

'ral'll.L"udon Tit-Bits. dorse in The "Bookof That the Everything R. Thomu le plaintiff. aDd The TsblNIfaptbt
every paper. men that grumble New
so much Neat .
That Clean I
the best and Chorea, of U
cure for West Palm Beck.
WANTED Books" is often very plan, hits about having to get and build gout is to live -Homelike_ trustees .
TO PURCHASE FLORIDA up the on ten cents are defendant I bare In** 'SM
PROPERTY.-Persons owning farms or some hard raps, but if you were to fire may soon reach a place where they a day and earn it Jatara St, 4 doors east of Passenger Ota ot.I and will wll at public auction ia front "sat ,

winter homes, send fall description and get mad and burn your Bible hundreds will have no cause to grumble. That it don't make much difference = f Court BOOM door, at Juno, Di* C II

price to J. V. Bond, Box iSi, Dayton, of presses would still go on That what kind of footprints yon make Florida,during the legal hour of..J*.. I-
Christmas but as long OF
comes once NOTICE CONTEST.
printing it. So, when you stop and not that often a year as they show you are going ahead. First Monday in February, A. 0. f UI.

' Cheerful Philosophy_"I hear you came home your paper and call the editor names, to some of us. That the best u. S.Lays Ornci AT GAHUTILU to the highest and best bidder for .. or
i from Klondike in ." That the faster the of use in raising interest of laid 0
your trip a b"x cir.Fact the will be speed the train, I Tabernacle BaptW
paper published and
,"admitted crops is brains.
the cheerful one. Bullhat's iSttaws4SS&1 and It '
the trustees *
the strain In the follovlnf1
nothing. I knowof one fellow whocame home what is more you will read it on the greater on the bridge. That there is I real estate and tawrMl..
in a box.Ctndnati Enquirer. not a swear abandoning his A. the appurtenant
sly. That bicycle will make in any So. 25.777 dated homestead Entry longing, ,tW "
a mother for Indian language. ber Z3, 1"W, being situate In the f*
I WANTED TO CONTRACT for get she has children at home. E1iofSWi6See.24Tp a. Township 4uS. aD1Nof\Wj the.. Dade and State of Florida t ..it:
500 1,000 That
South I
cords 4 ft wood, both lightwood and To Let. That Kentucky whiskey will furnish in DadeCouD'y'orida' with, Range n East, Being the West Half (Wi,) of Ld1A i
a snipe has a nerve running clear five snakes .aDrelllio. or a View 10 the in Block ;
to said tlll"-
split pine, price f i.oo and every gallon. entry, the said number forty ou. (41'' U
green '1.50 A five furnished down bereby summoned parties are
I -room cottage to let for to the end of his bill, and to appear of West Palm totk'PW
so has before at Beach,
Jung according
per cord f. o. b. cars within 40 miles of That both kinds of the Cnrnq Judge Flood,
the winter Nicely located block the plumber. Jersey lightning ,011 Monday the said town offlc d i iii'
west Palm F*\ h. Address-Lake one fatal. is The 24th Day on file In the

Worth Ice Woil' fI,, West Palm Beach, from the passenger depot Inquire of That the northern pocketbooks a& 10 o'cloek A. Y. to /January, 1898, Clerk cf the Cllrruit Court of Dads c*d&ro
have at
.1 fJ9rida, box West tan : That a mugwump is timonycoocerniagsaid and furnish tea. Juno,
ff. 12f' ? Beach}. started tat their! winter tours, to a chap that used The ease willbo heard aged ablndonmeat. Florida.B.4.CHILUXiWOKTI
belong to (bf other 18911Y at this tltllce
1 I I II p tyj .D. WAjh1iJ lJ1'r".ItepeBiyCO. r. Sheriff of DadeCew1P.I.YEtCALF

!f1U9? .
I Attorney for f1fJA .


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